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Princeton, Princeton University Press, This book consists of a group of well integrated articles on jet propulsion. Beginning with its historical development, chapters on general formulas, cycle analysis, matching components, engine performance, with interesting chapters on fuels, ram rockets, helicopter jet rotors and atomic energy applications cover a wide range of technical information on this subject.
The entrance chapter by F.
Mallna gives an interesting discussion of the history of developments, including R. Goddard's pioneer experiments. Chapter I by Maurice Roy covers a detail analysis on the interaction of flows with the engine and airplane exterior.
The effective thrust is divided correctly into interior and 6I external components. Next the momentum change of the flow through engine is determined, where the housing reaction and end pressures at exit and entrance are considered. The latter are determined by an analysis of entrance and exit flow conditions.
These are complicated by the interaction of internal and external flow which takes place at the ends, as well as the appraising of the latter, and its drag reaction on the exterior of the engine housing.
In a succeeding Chapter C, C. Meyer follows a similar approach, along with discussions of experimental data on axial and centrifugal compressors, burners, and performance matching. The general discussion on ram jets by DeMarquis, D. The main landmark event that opened the way to the development of communication theory was the publication of an article by Claude Shannon in the Bell System Technical Journal in July and October under the title " A Mathematical Theory of Communication ".
He also used tools in probability theory , developed by Norbert Wiener.
They marked the nascent stages of applied communication theory at that time. Shannon developed information entropy as a measure for the uncertainty in a message while essentially inventing the field of information theory. In , in a declassified version of his wartime work on the mathematical theory of cryptography " Communication Theory of Secrecy Systems " , he proved that all theoretically unbreakable ciphers must have the same requirements as the one-time pad.
He is also credited with the introduction of sampling theory , which is concerned with representing a continuous-time signal from a uniform discrete set of samples. This theory was essential in enabling telecommunications to move from analog to digital transmissions systems in the s and later.
In , Shannon made his fundamental contribution to natural language processing and computational linguistics with his article "Prediction and Entropy of Printed English" , providing a clear quantifiable link between cultural practice and probabilistic cognition.
The latter are determined by an analysis of entrance and exit flow conditions. These are complicated by the interaction of internal and external flow which takes place at the ends, as well as the appraising of the latter, and its drag reaction on the exterior of the engine housing. In a succeeding Chapter C, C. Meyer follows a similar approach, along with discussions of experimental data on axial and centrifugal compressors, burners, and performance matching.
The general discussion on ram jets by DeMarquis, D.
Wyatt and Bruce T. Lundin is extensive and most interesting. Similar studies are not likely to be found elsewhere. Special chapters on intermittent jets by Joseph V. Foa include propulsive cycles, the pulse jet and wave engines.
Section G by Martin Summerfield on the liquid propellant rocket engine is a valuable discussion of basic thermodynamic relations as to the nature of combustion and nozzle performance with liquid fuels. It includes cooling problems of rocket motors. Section H, by C.
Bartley and Mark M. Mills covers the interior ballistics of solid propellants. This important subject is well treated and gives features on mechanical design as well. Charyk, is of special interest in its relation with the ram jet, as well as the general problem of mixing and combustion of two or more dissimilar streams. The work covers considerable analysis as well as experimental performance evaluation.
The chapters by Albert Gall on Jet Rotors cover the kinematics and blade propulsion reactions with jet motors. This extends to helicopter jet rotor performance, including mechanical design.