By L. L. M. Veldhuis, P. M. Heyma
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By 1727 fourteen types of submarines had been patented in England and in an issue of the Gentleman’s Magazine of 1740 there was a description of a boat which had the facility of a ballast using goatskins to admit and expel water. The first military submarine was the Turtle used in the American War of Independence,1776. It was designed by an American David Bushnell, with a single crew who had to propel the boat. It was the first true submarine propelled by screws and capable of independent underwater operation and movement.
NB: Some of the stories quoted herein come from serving officers, so naturally cannot be attributed. ALB August 2011 DEDICATION To the many Nimrod aircrews, some sadly no longer with us, who flew in the aircraft for over forty years protecting our shores, rescuing our sailors and supporting our armed services, both on land and at sea. PREFACE This book is about an aircraft which was arguably the best reconnaissance aeroplane in the world until it was scrapped prematurely by the government of the day under great financial duress but, unfortunately, leaving the country almost defenceless from a long-distance maritime reconnaissance point of view.
Air shows of course always put great pressure on the pilots and as described later in this book a Nimrod was lost demonstrating at one in Canada. In addition, by a sad coincidence the competitor to the Nimrod, the Bréguet Atlantique, crashed at Farnborough in 1968 demonstrating single-engined operation but flying too slowly and too low. The first production aircraft, XV226, flew on 28 June 1968 and was the first production aircraft to have the MAD boom fitted. Besides assessing the effect of the boom on directional stability, Avros were also responsible for making sure that the magnetic anomaly detector was far enough away from the fuselage so that it could function correctly and detect submarines, its primary task.
Aerodynamic optimisation of wings in multi-engined tractor propeller arrangements by L. L. M. Veldhuis, P. M. Heyma