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Schatzberg, Eric, 1956- / Wings of wood, wings of metal : culture and technical choice in American airplane materials, 1914-1945
(c1999)

List of figures,   pp. [xi]-xii


Page [xi]

List of Figures
1.1. The wooden airplane in popular culture                      4
1.2. Typical airplane structure of World War 1                   8
1.3. Metallic modernity: The Corliss engine at the Philadelphia
Centennial Exposition                                           13
2.1. A 1918 Fokker V-37 steel-tube fuselage structure           24
2.2. The unsuccessful J1, 1916                                  25
2.3. Typical Junkers wing construction                          27
2.4. Dornier D1 metal wing construction                         29
2.5. Results of a static test of the JN-4 metal wing structure  34
2.6. Junkers F13 all-metal passenger monoplane                  36
2.7. The huge Staaken E4/20 all-metal passenger monoplane       37
3.1. Elastic buckling                                           49
3.2. Samples of spars tested at Wright Field                    50
3.3. Intercrystalline corrosion                                 55
4.1. Army CO-1 observation plane                                71
4.2. Gallaudet DB-1 metal bomber                                73
4.3. Stout ST-1 all-metal torpedo bomber in flight              85
4.4. Delicate structure of C. W Hall's metal HS-2 wings         87
5.1. Stout Air Sedan                                           104
5.2. Stout Air Pullman                                         104
5.3. William Stout's disastrous first trimotor                 109
5.4. Ford 4-AT                                                 111
6.1. Amelia Earhart's wooden Lockheed Vega with NACA cowling   119
6.2. Molding the Vega's plywood fuselage                       120
6.3. Internal structure of a Fokker F-10 wing                  121
7.1. Thomas Morse XO-6                                         139
7.2. Materiel Division fifty-five-foot metal wing              150
7.3. Boeing all-metal YB-9 bomber and P-26 pursuit             152
8.1. Rohrbach metal box-spar construction                      161
8.2. Boeing Monomail all-metal mailplane                       163


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