*  Antonov - Wikipedia
After Oleg Antonov's death in 1984, the company was officially renamed as the Research and Design Bureau named after O.K. ... Antonov Design Bureau remained a state-owned company after Ukraine achieved its independence in 1991 and is since regarded as a ... Антонова), and earlier the Antonov Design Bureau, was a Soviet, and later a Ukrainian aircraft manufacturing and services ... The Bureau enlarged the "Ruslan" design even more for the Soviet space shuttle programme logistics, creating the An-225 "Mriya ...
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*  Oleg Antonov (aircraft designer) - Wikipedia
... subsequently known as the Antonov Research and Design Bureau), which was later moved to Kiev, Ukraine. In September 1946, ... Antonov was appointed chief designer for the Yakovlev Design Bureau. In 1940 a new aircraft design bureau under his own ... In 1943, Antonov returned to Yakovlev's design bureau to fill a vacancy as Yakovlev's deputy. Much of his time and energy was ... The first of the Antonov Bureau's designs was the SKh-1 (Se'lsko Khozyaystvennyi- pervoy - agricultural-first one) agricultural ...
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*  Aeronautical Technical Institute - Wikipedia
... was a Yugoslav design bureau for aeronautical research and design of military aircraft. It was established on August 10, 1946, ... Aircraft designed by the institute include the J-20 Kraguj, the G-2 Galeb, the G-4 Super Galeb, the J-22 Orao, the Lasta and ... Aircraft designed by VTI Žarkovo were produced by manufacturers such as SOKO (Mostar) and UTVA (Pančevo). Currently active ... It existed from 1946 to 1992 and was responsible for the design of the majority of Yugoslav military aircraft. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aeronautical_Technical_Institute
*  Silbervogel - Wikipedia
When this plan failed, a new design bureau was set up by Mstislav Vsevolodovich Keldysh in 1946 to research the idea. A new ... The design, however, formed the basis for a number of additional cruise missile designs right into the early 1960s, none of ... Almost all modern rocket engines use this design today and some sources still refer to it as the Sänger-Bredt design. On 18 ... One lasting legacy of the Silverbird design is the "regenerative cooling-regenerative engine" design, in which fuel or oxidizer ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silbervogel
*  Lavochkin La-160 - Wikipedia
It was designed and manufactured by the Lavochkin Design Bureau from 1946. USAF reporting name - Type 6 Aircraft 160 was an all ... Although designed as a fighter, Aircraft 160 was intended for research into high-speed swept-wing flight, of which little was ... after Alekseyev left Lavochkin's design bureau to head OKB-21 at Gor'kiy. Data from General characteristics Crew: One Length: ... The Lavochkin La-160, known as Strelka (Arrow), was the first Soviet swept-winged jet fighter research prototype. ...
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*  TsKIB SOO - Wikipedia
... and it is currently managed as a branch of the KBP Instrument Design Bureau. The name means Central Design and Research Bureau ... TsKIB SOO (Russian: ЦКИБ СОО) is a Russian small arms design bureau based in Tula, Russia. It was established in 1946, ... Notable products designed at TsKIB SOO include: Afanasev Makarov AM-23 aircraft cannon Afanasev A-12.7 mm machine gun NSV ...
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*  TsNIIMash - Wikipedia
... the Central Research Institute for Precision Machine Building, a Russian industrial design bureau. http://www.rbc.ru/magazine/ ... Ground control of spacecraft, as well as research and development of new methods and algorithms for guidance, ballistics and ... 88, Dmitriy Ustinov had successfully lobbied to control post-war research and development of rockets in late 1945. Impressed by ... Theoretical calculations and experimental research on aeronautical and gas dynamic loads in the atmosphere of the Earth and ...
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*  ZSU-57-2 - Wikipedia
The Design Bureau of Research Institute No. 58 (NII-58) (formerly known as the Central Artillery Design Bureau, TsAKB), under ... the Design Bureau of Works No. 174 in Omsk and the Research Institute No. 58 in Kaliningrad, Moscow Oblast submitted a joint ... Based on past experiences with SPAAG designs, Soviet engineers designed a vehicle that used a modified T-54 chassis, with four ... According to the statistical data of the Air Defence Research Institute No. 2, a direct hit of a single 57 mm shell could ...
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*  Max Volmer - Wikipedia
Scientific Research Institute No. 9), in Moscow. Volmer was given a design bureau to work on the production of heavy water; ... After World War II, he went to the Soviet Union, where he headed a design bureau for the production of heavy water. Upon his ... In 1916, Volmer went to work on military-related research at the Physical Chemistry Institute of the Friedrich-Wilhelms ... Today, NII-9 is the Bochvar All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Inorganic Materials, Bochvar VNIINM. See Oleynikov, ...
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*  Gorodomlya Island - Wikipedia
The German colony at Gorodomlya was designated as Branch 1 of research bureau NII-88. The bureau participated in the design of ... The Soviet government established a biological research center at Gorodomlya Island in 1928. During the 1930s the island was a ... In 1946, more than 170 German rocket scientists and engineers, including Helmut Gröttrup and Fritz Karl Preikschat, were ...
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*  Artem Mikoyan - Wikipedia
New Soviet airframe designs from their design bureaus, and near-sonic wing designs were threatening to outstrip development of ... Further MiG-5, MiG-7 and MiG-8 Utka did not progress beyond research prototypes. Early post-war designs were based on domestic ... Many more designs came from the design bureau such as the MiG-23, MiG-29 and MiG-35 and variations. After suffering from a ... Mikoyan formed the Mikoyan-Gurevich design bureau, producing a series of fighter aircraft. In March 1942, the bureau was ...
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*  Ministries of the Soviet Union - Wikipedia
... at least 450 military research and development organizations, and approximately fifty major design bureaus. Other industrial ... of the nine ministries incorporated institutes engaged in applied research and a network of bureaus responsible for designing ... The ministries responsible for research, design, and production of military equipment and weapons or their components consisted ... Zickel, Raymond E. (1991). Soviet Union: a country study; research completed May 1989 (2. ed., 1. print. ed.). Washington, DC: ...
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*  Russian Alsos - Wikipedia
Scientific Research Institute No. 9), in Moscow; he was given a design bureau to work on the production of heavy water. ... The nuclear design bureau and assembly plant Arzamas-16, for example, had more than one designation - see Yuli Khariton and ... Scientific Research Institute-1011, NII-1011, today known as the Russian Federal Nuclear Center All-Russian Scientific Research ... The home in which Riehl lived had been designed by Volmer and had been previously occupied by Hertz, when he was director of ...
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*  Timeline of Cambridge, Massachusetts - Wikipedia
1978 National Bureau of Economic Research active. Formaggio Kitchen in business. 1979 - Harvard's Film Archive opens. 1980 ... 1936 - Harvard's Graduate School of Public Administration and Graduate School of Design established. 1938 Hayes-Bickford ... and Forrester Research in business. Premiere of Marsha Norman's play Night, Mother. 1984 MIT Media Lab, Institute for Resource ... U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved April 30, 2014. "Largest Urbanized Areas With Selected Cities and Metro Areas (2010)". US Census ...
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*  Hugh Latimer Dryden - Wikipedia
... as well as other aircraft designed during World War II. By 1934, Dryden was appointed the bureau's Chief of the Mechanics and ... The NASA Flight Research Center was renamed the NASA Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center on March 26, 1976. This was ... While at the NACA he supervised the development of the North American X-15, a rocket plane used for research and testing. He ... Joseph S. Ames, he obtained a transfer to the bureau's Wind Tunnel division, and began taking graduate courses in fluid ...
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*  Manning formula - Wikipedia
Most research shows that n will decrease with stage, at least up to bank-full. Overbank n values for a given reach will vary ... US: National Bureau of Standards. Scaling and Similarity in Rough Channel Flows at the Wayback Machine (archived July 16, 2011 ... One of the most important applications of the Manning equation is its use in sewer design. Sewers are often constructed as ... Research has shown, however, that n values are lower for individual shrubs with leaves than for the shrubs without leaves. This ...
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*  Eugene Wigner - Wikipedia
As it turned out, a design decision by DuPont to give the reactor additional load tubes for more uranium saved the project when ... In the late 1930s, Wigner extended his research into atomic nuclei. By 1929, his papers were drawing notice in the world of ... In the postwar period he served on a number of government bodies, including the National Bureau of Standards from 1947 to 1951 ... During the Manhattan Project, he led a team whose task was to design nuclear reactors to convert uranium into weapons grade ...
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*  Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak - Wikipedia
It was designed in 1945 by the Douglas Aircraft Company for the U.S. Navy Bureau of Aeronautics, in conjunction with the ... The D-558-1 #3 made a total of 78 research flights with the NACA before being retired on June 10, 1953. The third Skystreak is ... and a design and mockup of a combat aircraft. A contract for design and construction of six D558-1 aircraft for the first phase ... The airframe was designed to withstand unusually high loads of up to 18 times gravity due to the uncertainties of transonic ...
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*  R-1 (missile) - Wikipedia
The Soviets established a missile design bureau of their own (OKB-1), under the direction of Sergei Korolev. This team was ... Soviet-designed missiles in the near future. In April 1947 Stalin authorised the production of the R-1 missile, the designation ... In October 1946 the Soviets transferred the German missile engineers working for them to a special research facility near ... and had 30 V-2 missiles assembled there by September 1946. ...
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*  Viktor Tikhomirov - Wikipedia
... designated as Specialist Design Bureau-15 (OKB-15), and commonly called the Scientific Research Institute of Instrument Design ... "Tikhomirov Scientific Research Institute of Instrument Design. Historical Review" (in Russian). Tikhomirov Scientific Research ... Several other design bureaus were involved in creating the Kub, all coordinated by Tikhomirov. The Kub prototype was placed ... In 1944, the aircraft radar activity was separated from NII-20 and became the Central Design Bureau-17 (TsKB-17). It was ...
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*  Sergey Ilyushin - Wikipedia
Upon his own request in November 1931 he was reassigned to TsAGI Design Bureau and worked there till 1933. In 1933, Ilyushin ... This time he was also appointed Assistant Chief of the Air Force Research and Test Institute. ... was a Soviet aircraft designer who founded the Ilyushin aircraft design bureau. Born in the village of Dilyalevo, Vologda ... In 1925, one of his designs was sent to a competition in Germany, where it took first prize for flight time. After obtaining a ...
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*  Burrill Lake - Wikipedia
"Burrill Lake Rockshelter: An early use of a research design in Australian prehistory". Australian Archaeological Association. ... Australian Bureau of Statistics (27 June 2017). "Burrill Lake(state suburb)". 2016 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 10 July 2017. " ... By the 1930s a mail service was in place, and by 1946 an open-air theater was operating in the town. Burrill Lake remains a ...
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*  Betty Holberton - Wikipedia
Holberton worked at Remington Rand and the National Bureau of Standards. She was the Chief of the Programming Research Branch, ... She helped to develop the UNIVAC, designing control panels that put the numeric keypad next to the keyboard and persuading ... Later, as an employee of the National Bureau of Standards, she was very active in the first two revisions of the Fortran ... She recounts her work on the ENIAC and LARC computers, her design of operating systems, and her applications programming. ...
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*  Enid Mumford - Wikipedia
During this time she became Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Director of the Computer and Work Design Research Unit ( ... Later she then spent a year at the University of Michigan, where she worked for the University Bureau of Public Health ... Effective Systems Design and Requirements Analysis: the ETHICS Approach. Macmillan. 1996. Systems Design: Ethical Tools for ... The coal mine research required her to spend many months underground talking to miners at the coal face. Early in her career ...
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*  Soviet rocketry - Wikipedia
Stalin thought the group's designs were too close to captured German jet aircraft. As a result, the design bureau was closed ... This design group was under the control of Tupolev's TsAGI. In 1939, Moscow ordered Sukhoi to head a new scientific research ... This new organization under Sukhoi's direction began research and design of round attack aircraft. The first of these was these ... The first aircraft they designed was the I-200. The I-200 was a single engine jet, designed to operate at high altitudes and at ...
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