Marchis, 1904, Leçons sur la navigation aérienne

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Lucien Marchis. Leçons sur la navigation aérienne (Ballons sphériques. - Aérostation militaire. - Aérostation scientifique. Aéronautique maritime. - Ballons dirigeables). Année 1903–1904. Paris (VIe): Ve Ch. Dunod, éditeur. 49, quai des grands-augustins.
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818 pages of (legible) script!

The book is dedicated to Meusnier, whose influence is mentioned in the text.

Contains:

  • overview of the history of aerial navigation
  • principles of balloon statics and dynamics
  • techniques: preparation of gas, construction of balloon envelopes
  • military aerostation; Revolutionary era, Franco-Prussian War; present state of military aeronautics in France, Germany, England, Austria-Hungary, Italy, Russia, Spain, the United States, China, Japan, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Denmark, the Balkans, and Morocco.
  • scientific aerostation: the usual suspects; international ascensions; instruments; meteorology; ballons-sondes;kites
  • maritime aeronautics: Hervé is the hero
  • dirigibles: Charles Renard & La France; numerous other efforts
  • lists of ascensions, etc.
Original title Leçons sur la navigation aérienne
Simple title Lessons on aerial navigation
Authors Lucien Marchis
Date 1904
Countries FR
Languages fr
Keywords aerial navigation, military
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Page count 818
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