A numerical analysis of three-dimensional vortex trapping by Todd W. Riddle, Stuart E. Rogers, James C. Ross, Russell M.

By Todd W. Riddle, Stuart E. Rogers, James C. Ross, Russell M. Cummings

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Atkinson, works director, and W. W. W. Downing, production manager. A. 1/44. ~ P. G. Crabbe (left) was Gloster' director and general manager from ]947 to ]957, and W. G. Carter (righ,), who wa succe ively de igner, chief de igner, technical director and consultant from 1931 to 1951l. 52 53 powered by the Rolls-Royce Nene and de Havilland Ghost engines. AA, but it wa not destined to attain production status largely because its performance and development potential were not considered to be sufficiently far in advance of the Meteor; thus work on several airframes was abandoned.

3 and 4, deleted. An amusing sidelight on the erious business of ordering the new jet fighter was the lengthy difference of opinion between the company and the Ministry of Aircraft Production on the matter of naming the new aeroplane. 9/40 prototypes had been received by Gloster Aircraft Company, the MAP produced an imposing Jist of po sible names; it included Scourge, Terrific, Terrifier, Terrifire, Thunderbolt, Tempest and Cyclone, but an amended list is ued two month's later deleted the last two.

9/40 prototypes on their first flights. G. Sayer had been killed in a Typhoon over the North Sea on 2l October, 1942. l began. To these achievements should be added the succes ful organization and admini tration of a workforce totalling some 14,000 men and women in 40 factorie dispersed over a wide area of Gloucestershire. l on 12 January, 1944. For operational service with o. 9/40 prototypes. 28/23C Weiland engine, these aircraft had a number of airframe refinement which included a fully transparent fairing behind the sideway -opening canopy and four-cannon armament.

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