Friedrich Ahlborn

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Friedrich Ahlborn was a scientist who worked on zoology and aeronautics.

He has a substantial de.wp article: https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedrich_Ahlborn

Ahlborn cofounded the 'Hamburg Association of Airship Aviation'[1] (= Hamburg Association for Aerial Navigation)?

His 1897 paper "Über die Stabilität der Flugapparate"[2] was influential for Ignaz Etrich and others.[1]

In 1916 Ahlborn was appointed head of the Hydrodynamische Versuchanstalt der Flugzeugmeisterei (of the Deutsche Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt)?.[1]

Publications by or about Friedrich Ahlborn

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hans Fabian, "Aeronautical Research Comes into Being During the Time of the Empire", in Hirschel, Prem, & Madelung, 2014, Aeronautical Research in Germany, p. 29.
  2. Ahlborn, 1897, Der Schwebflug und die Fallbewegung ebener Tafeln in der Luft, Stabilität der Flugapparate?
Names Friedrich Ahlborn
Birth date 1858-01-04
Death date 1937-10-27
Countries DE
Locations Hamburg
Occupations zoologist, physicist, scientist, teacher
Tech areas airfoils, insects?, birds?, aeronautics
Affiliations