Items where Year is 1965

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Kariappa, - and Somashekar, BR (1965) Application of matrix displacement methods in the study of panel flutter. Technical Report. National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore, India.

Leela, BS and Shankar, R (1965) A diode phase-sensitive detector (Computer analysis of loading effect on diode phase-sensitive detector circuit from point of view of nonlinearity). Electronic Engineering, 37 . pp. 681-683.

Murthy, SNB (1965) Acoustic oscillations non-adiabatic flow systems. Technical Report. National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore, India.

Nagabhushana, S and Krishnan, A (1965) Temporary storage check unit for NAL data system. Technical Report. National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore, India.

Rajappa, N (1965) The curve of earth's equator (Curve of Earth equator examined on basis of recent satellite data on tesseral harmonic coefficients in geopotential). Current Science, 34 . pp. 311-312.

Sengupta, MK (1965) A low pressure d.c. mercury vapour lamp for interferometric and spectrometric work (Low-pressure mercury vapor lamp for13; interferometric and spectrometric work, noting electrodes, main discharge tube, electrical circuit, etc). Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, 3 . pp. 444-448.

Subramanian, NR (1965) Application of rheoelectrical analogy to the study of wind tunnel contraction (Wind tunnel contraction study of inviscid incompressible flow using rheoelectrical analogy, discussing experimental techniques, contour velocity distribution, optimum smoke injector and adverse pressure gradient estimation). Aeronautical Society of India, Journal, 17 . pp. 154-166.

Venkiteshwaran, SP and Sivaraman, KR and Gupte, CG (1965) A notice on the feasibility of wind generation of electric power for communication links in India13;. Technical Report. National Aeronautical Laboratory, Bangalore, India.

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