Index of Publications. Issues nos. 1-120, 1955-1996

Chapter 20) Sailing theory - balance, angles, efficiency, performance, lateral stability, polars, speed reqirements

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Angle - attack 82=305
Angle - beta, circles of constant 82= 75-78 & 86-91
Angle - beta, constant 82=293-295
Angle - beta, how small 76= 44-50
Angle - Course Theorem 41= 25-27* Morwood, John
Angle - Course Theorem 45= 43-45 Sidgwick, J.
Angle - Course Theorem 49= 63-65 Barkla, Hugh M.
Angle - Course Theorem 70= 59-63* Bruce, Edmond
Angle - Course Theorem 76= 45
Angle - Course Theorem 82= 41-43
Angle - Course Theorem 85B=42-44 Morss, Henry A.
Angle - Course Theorem 89= 9-11 & 28-29 Morwood, John
Angle - Course Theorem 103= 18
Angle - Course Theorem 113= 24-27 Hannay, Ian
Angle - how close to wind can you get 70= 70-75
Angle - lee helm 76= 50-53
Angle - leeway 61= 24-28* Bruce, Edmond
Angle - leeway 82= 44
Angle - leeway 84A=40-42 Morss, Henry A.
Angle - leeway 84B=15-18 Thomson, John Herndon
Angle - leeway 103= 21 Morwood, John
Angle - leeway 111= 20-24 Hannay, Ian
Angle - leeway 120= 65-67 Norwood, Joseph
Angle - leeway removal - angled hydrofoil stabilisers 2= 10-12* Morwood, John
Angle - optimum course for high speed sailing 115= 41-43 Fishwick, Simon
Angle - optimum course indicator 41= 28-31 Johnston, W.G.
Angle - pointing - windward ability 40= 47
Angle - pointing - windward ability 53= 19 & 47 Tangvald, Peter
Angle - pointing - windward ability 67= 66-68 Parham/Farrar
Angle - pointing - windward ability 69= 69 Glenn, Marvin
Angle - pointing - windward ability 82= 32
Angle - pointing v speed made good 56= 32-33 Morwood, John
Angle - pointing (pinching) 76= 45-47
Angle - sail drag angles 49= 63-65 Barkla, Hugh M.
Angle - sail drag angles 84B=42-43 Morss, Henry A.
Angle - sailing close to the wind 41= 24-25 Parham, H.J.
Angle - speed made good to windward 70= 59-63* Bruce, Edmond
Angle - speed made good to windward 82= 60-64
Angle - speed made good to windward 87= 52
Angle - speed made good to windward 89= 32-34
Angle - speed, maximum possible to windward 82= 78-81
Angle - ten degree yacht 56= 32-36 Morwood, John
Angle - ten degree yacht 70= 70-75
Angle - trigonometrical ratios 82=301-304
Balance 93= 28-31 Fuller, Noel
Balance - buoyancy & gravity 5= 9-12 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - cat stability flying a hull 42= 29-34 Wonder, J.H.Th.
Balance - centres of buoyancy etc. 31= 10-14 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - centres of effort & lateral resistance 8= 12-13 DARING/O'Brien
Balance - centres of gravity & buoyancy, etc 8= 12-13 DARING/O'Brien
Balance - combined forces of sail & hull 40= 46-52
Balance - combined forces of sail & hull 82= 31
Balance - foils and foresail 78A- 1= 34 Hulme, Dennis
Balance - force & resistance 78A-10= 35-37 Booth, David
Balance - forces on a yacht 83A=18 Shortall, John
Balance - heeled shape 31= 29-30 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - helm 78A- 4= 20 & 22 On TIGER
Balance - hull 31= 6-19 & 32-45 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - hull, importance of 78A- 4= 11
Balance - interaction of wind & water forces 37= 13 Morwood, John
Balance - interrelation of hull & sail forces 37= 17-23* Bruce, Edmond
Balance - jib & rudder on a foiler 78A- 1= 34 Hulme, Dennis
Balance - lateral 120= 65 Norwood, Joseph
Balance - metacentre 5= 23-27 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - metacentric method 31= 33 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - position of buoyancy of A class catamarans 78A- 8= 78-79 Carden, John
Balance - racing speed and Bruce number 89= 21
Balance - sail and hull forces 40= 23-28* Bruce, Edmond
Balance - sail and hull forces 82= 12-16 & 38-40 Bruce, Edmond
Balance - sail balance - directional stability 5= 28-29 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - sail balance, catamaran 7= 20-21 Morwood, John
Balance - sail carrying power 5= 23-31 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Balance - side force balance 117= 24-26 Hannay, Ian
Balance - steering balance 84A=15-22 Morss, Henry A.
Balance - Weight jackets for boards 105= 40-41 Weight jackets for boardsailors
Balance, Hull 82=208-216 Bruce, Edmond
Bruce Number 83A=21
Bruce Number 83B= 4
Bruce Number 89= 3-4 & 20-23 Morwood, John
Bruce Number 94= 24-26 Morwood, John
Bruce Number 95= 23-27
Bruce Number 97= 21-22 & 28
Bruce Number 98= 3 May, Kenneth
Bruce Number 103= 8-17 & 40-42 Morwood, John
Bruce Number - analysis 93= 31-41 Boehmer, Richard
Bruce Number - racing speed 89= 21
Bruce Number - (sail area) 78A-10= 33-34
Bruce Number v length 103= 12-13 Morwood, John
Bruce Number v speed 103= 8-9 Morwood, John
Bruce numbers 95= 22 Woods, Richard
Coefficients - Dimensionless Ratios 61= 22-23 Darby, John F.
Coefficients - speed v sqrt length OSTAR 1972 78A- 3=5-7 Morwood, John
Drag angles 120= 11-12 Norwood, Joseph
Efficiency - catamaran 66= 70-77 Ellis, Greer
Efficiency - expectations 82=298-299 Morwood, John
Efficiency - hydrofoils 74= 20
Efficiency - ice boat 66= 70-77 Ellis, Greer
Efficiency - rigs 103= 50
Efficiency - yacht 53= 6-8 Morwood, John
Efficiency - yacht 61= 62-64
Examples of calculations of forces 82= 99-107
Force balance 120= 9-12 Norwood, Joseph
Full scale measurement of sailing forces 40= 23-40* Bruce, Edmond
Glossary of sailing terms 103= 65
Heel reduction 2= 9-12* Morwood, John
Hull Speed and Catamarans 78A- 6= 18-20 Novakovich, Milan
Interaction - sail/skeg 117= 31-33 Hannay, Ian
Lateral stability 43= 50-52 Yorke, Gerald S.
Lateral stability 56= 31 Morwood, John
Lateral stability - centre of lateral resistance 31= 37 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Lateral stability - centreboard size 41= 11-15 Bruce, Edmond
Lateral stability - centres of effort & lateral resistance 5= 28-29 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Lateral stability - critical overturning wind velocity 64= 83 Bruce, Edmond
Lateral stability - curve of FOLKBOAT 66= 5
Lateral stability - curves 34= 54 Fulton, Jack
Lateral stability - flying proa 71= 80-87 Taylor, J.S.
Lateral stability - multihull 38= 8-9
Lateral stability - overturning moment of tri 68= 69-70 Crowther, Lock
Lateral stability - righting moments 6= 15-17
Leeway - cured by centreboards 69= 27-31 Brown, Jim
Leeway on Piver Nuggett trimaran, improved 78A- 4=5 Stevenson, I.
Optimum yachts 103=whole
Paravane sailing 108= 14-17 Glencross, Roger E.
Performance - catamaran 45= 27-42 Satterthwaite/Quilter
Performance - coefficients/figures 89= 14-23
Performance - coefficients/figures 94= 24-26 Morwood, John
Performance - sailing coefficients 90= 56-57 Doering, Claude F.
Performance - windward ability/pinching 67= 55
Performance - windward ability/pinching 76= 50-53
Performance - windward ability/pinching 78A- 8= 55-56 Marks, J.S.
Performance - windward ability/pinching 103= 18-19
Performance analysis (examples) 82=108-117
Performance characteristics, selected yachts 82=310-313 Morss, Henry A.
Performance coefficients for aerofoils 9= 7-8 Morwood, John
Performance criteria 119= 12 Chapman, George
Performance criteria 120= 13-16 Norwood, Joseph
Performance figures of merit 82=116
Performance measurement 76= 34-44 May, Kenneth
Performance measurement 82=156 Bruce, Edmond
Performance measurement 93= 5-6 Bradfield, Prof. W.S.
Performance, improving sailing craft 82= 38-40 Bruce, Edmond
Performance, optimum windward 89= 32-34
Physics of sailing Craft, Full Size Measurements 82= 12-37 Bruce, Edmond
Pinching 89= 28-29 Morwood, John
Planing hulls, trim of 96= 16-19 Warring, Ron
Plumber's Nightmare 78= 13 Dumpleton, Owen
Plumber's Nightmare 79= 72 Dumpleton, Owen
Polars 31= 17 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Polars 38= 17 SYMMETRY catamaran
Polars 40= 35-38* & 50-51
Polars 41= 4-5
Polars 56= 46-48 data plotting
Polars 61= 14-19 & 46-47 Hogg, John
Polars 66= 5 FOLKBOAT
Polars 70= 53, 64 & 67-70 how to
Polars 76= 27-29
Polars 82= 22-26 & 138-146
Polars 119= 17-22 Chapman, George
Polars 120= 44 Walker, John
Polars - data plotting 82=128-133 Bruce, Edmond
Polars - Flettner rotors 120= 92 Norwood, Joseph
Polars - Kiteski 118= 21 Roesler, Cory
Polars - sails 89= 28-29 Morwood, John
Polars - trimaran 76= 30-33 COQUI ARROWHEAD
Polars - wind turbine 120= 58 Norwood, Joseph
Portsmouth numbers 94= 24-26 Morwood, John
Rating rules - Bruce numbers x root LWL 94= 25
Ratios - boat speed/LWL square root ratio 78A- 9= 30 Baader, Juan
Ratios - boat speed/LWL square root ratio 89= 3-4 & 18-19 Morwood, John
Ratios - boat speed/wind speed 56= 35-36
Ratios - boat speed/wind speed 82=147-151 Bruce, Edmond
Ratios - boat speed/wind speed 103= 58
Ratios - Bruce number (displacement) 78A-10= 33-34
Ratios - Bruce numbers 89= 3-4 & 20-23 Morwood, John
Ratios - coefficients/performance figures 89= 14-23
Ratios - displacement/length 83B= 4
Ratios - displacement/length 89= 3 & 22-23 Morwood, John
Ratios - displacement/length 94= 24-26 Morwood, John
Ratios - displacement/length 103= 10-11 Morwood, John
Ratios - force coefficients 82= 97-98 Morss, Henry A.
Ratios - geometric L/B 10= 5-8 Brown, Woody - MANU KAI
Ratios - hemispherical coefficient 90= 58-64 Doering, Claude F.
Ratios - horsepower speed ratio 99= 5
Ratios - lift/drag ratio 82= 45-48
Ratios - lift/drag, optimum 82=305-309 Bruce, Edmond
Ratios - L/B for racing multihulls 78A- 8= 37-40 Shortall, John
Ratios - maximum speed/sail area 82=273-279
Ratios - optimum length for speed 52= 19-20
Ratios - performance ratio analysis 93= 31-41 Boehmer, Richard
Ratios - Portsmouth Yardstick - graph of selected yachts 89= 18-19
Ratios - power/weight 6= 15-17
Ratios - power/weight 97= 19-22
Ratios - power/wetted surface 6= 15-17
Ratios - prismatic coefficient 15= 14 Morwood, John
Ratios - prismatic coefficient 46= 11 Morwood, John
Ratios - sail area which boat can carry 49= 44
Ratios - sail area/weight 82= 97-98 Morss, Henry A.
Ratios - sail area/wetted surface area 57= 45 Thomson, John Herndon
Ratios - sail area/wetted surface area 89= 3 & 17 Morwood, John
Ratios - speed/displacement 103= 45
Ratios - speed/drag graph for kiteski 118= 21 Roesler, Cory
Ratios - speed/length 90= 47 Wellicome, John
Ratios - speed/length 103= 6-7 & 43 Morwood, John
Ratios - speed/restoring moment 90= 46 Wellicome, John
Ratios - speed/sail area 103= 38-39
Ratios - speed/seakindliness 103= 53-56 Morwood, John
Ratios - speed/surface area 103= 40-41
Ratios - speed/weight of multihull 78A- 4= 59 Wharram, James
Ratios - S/sqrt LWL analysis 93= 31-41 Boehmer, Richard
Ratios - thrust to side force for aerofoils 9= 8 Morwood, John
Ratios - trigonometrical, angles and speeds 82=301-304
Ratios - weight and wetted surface relationship 54= 69-70 Sidgwick, J.
Ratios - wetted area versus wind and wave area 78A- 8= 26 Bagot, Col. A.G.D.
Resistance/weight ratio 120=143-145 Norwood, Joseph
Reynolds number effects 78A- 3=5 Morwood, John
Rig design - retirement yachts 70= 37-38 Morwood, John
Sail force diagrams 5= 19-20 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Sailing Analyses 61= 6-95 Publication
Sailing facts and figures 89=whole
Sailing Figures 56= 5-78 Publication
Sailing Theory 5= 19-31 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Sailing Theory 31= 6-45 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Sailing Theory 37= 6-13 Morwood, John
Sailing Theory 120= 9-16 Norwood, Joseph
Sailing triangle 89= 11
Sailing Vector Triangle 82= 74-91
Section CL/Cd curves 120=118 Norwood, Joseph
Speed - as function of heel angle 83A= 5-6 Norwood, Joseph
Speed - catamarans and hull speed 78A- 6= 18-20 Novakovich, Milan
Speed - comments 77= 20 various comments
Speed - design for fast sailing 82=whole
Speed - designing for speed to windward 61= 24-40* Bruce, Edmond
Speed - displacement 103= 45
Speed - effect of weight 53= 83
Speed - Formula for max possible speed of catamaran (suggested) U Novakovich, Milan
Speed - high speed sailing 105=whole
Speed - ideal yacht's maximum performance 76= 42-44 May, Kenneth
Speed - in light winds 103= 59
Speed - in medium winds 103= 62
Speed - in strong winds 103= 62
Speed - Kiteski drag graph 118= 21 Roesler, Cory
Speed - length 103= 43
Speed - made good to windward 70= 59-63* Bruce, Edmond
Speed - made good to windward 82= 60-64
Speed - made good to windward 87= 52
Speed - made good to windward 89= 32-34
Speed - making a fast barque 94= 37 Robbins, Stephen
Speed - maximum possible to windward 82= 78-81
Speed - maximum speed for a course 40= 47-51
Speed - maximum speed for a course 82= 33
Speed - maximum speed versus sail area 82=273-279
Speed - ocean speeds 103= 61
Speed - optimum speed yacht 49= 42-44 Morwood, John
Speed - port tack is best for speed (right of way) 78A- 9= 59-60 Chapman, George
Speed - power to weight ratio 97= 19-22
Speed - power/weight ratio 6= 15-17
Speed - power/wetted surface ratio 6= 15-17
Speed - quantum leap 108= 14-16 Glencross, Roger E.
Speed - racing speed and Bruce number 89= 21
Speed - related to length 90= 47 Wellicome, John
Speed - related to restoring moment 90= 46 Wellicome, John
Speed - related to sail area 103= 38-39
Speed - related to surface area 103= 40-41
Speed - related to weight for multihull 78A- 4= 59 Wharram, James
Speed - seakindliness 103= 53-56 Morwood, John
Speed - spoiler of speed 61= 72-95
Speed - spoiler of speed 64= 83-84 Sunderland, Albert
Speed - S/sqrt LWL analysis 93= 31-41 Boehmer, Richard
Speed - trigonometrical ratios 82=301-304
Speed - vs length 103= 6-7 Morwood, John
Speed - weight and wetted surface relationship 54= 69-70 Sidgwick, J.
Speed and hull shape 22= 15-16
Speed depends on unwetted topsides area 78A- 8= 26 Bagot, Col. A.G.D.
Speed of multihulls 38= 19-25 Morwood, John
Speed of multihulls 78A- 4= 59 Wharram, James
Speed of multihulls 78A- 6= 18-20 Novakovich, Milan
Speed of multihulls v resistance 38= 19-25 Morwood, John
Speed of old clippers 17= 6-8 Morwood, John
Speed record - sailboard, 32.35 knots 101= 5
Speed records, flying hydrofoil 104= 25 Ellison, Michael
Speed Sailing 115= 47-50 Ellison, Michael
Speed sailing - canal courses 105= 30-31 Ward, Graeme
Speed sailing Symposium 78A-10= 32
Speed sailing Symposium 90= 44-48 Report
Speed Sailing Vehicles 93= 3-12 Bradfield, Prof. W.S.
Speed to Windward - designing for 82= 44-59 Bruce, Edmond
Speed under sail meeting 78A- 6=3
Speed versus Seakindliness 78A-10=8-10 Morwood, John
Stability 5= 9-11 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Stability - righting curves 34= 54-55 Fulton, Jack
Steering 79= 76 Wrestler, Philip
Steering 82=261-267 Bruce, Edmond
Steering - Atlantic steering oars 99= 24-25 Morwood, John
Steering - board steering 82=263 Bruce, Edmond
Steering - bow steering 94= 14-15 Ellison, Michael
Steering - differential for catamarans 79= 69-71 Coley/Needham
Steering - emergency 79= 76-78 Wrestler, Philip
Steering - of TIGER 78A- 4= 18-23 TIGER
Steering - PLUMBERS NIGHTMARE 79= 72 Dumpleton, Owen
Steering - rudderless 112= 9-18 Gilfillan, Henry W.
Steering - tiller or wheel 79= 64-66 Ellison, Michael
Steering, power 78A- 4= 25-26 Hsu, W.K.
Symbols used in yacht research 59= 9 Hogg, John
Symbols used in yacht research 61= 3-4
Symbols used in yacht research 82= 9-10
Symbols used in yacht research 89= 13
Theoretical Yacht 56= 28-30
Theories - Froude's law broken by catamarans 78A- 6= 18-20 Novakovich, Milan
Transverse stability 44= 10-11 Morwood, John
TREP analysis (Time Related & Equivalent performance) 94= 27-29 TREP
Tuning 117= 31 Hannay, Ian
velocity diagrams of kiteski 118= 22 Roesler, Cory
Velocity vectors 120= 9-16 Norwood, Joseph
Weight breakdown of Iroquois cat 78A- 9= 66-72 Peacock, John W.
Weight for safety 69= 77
Windward ability - lateral resistance 5= 19-23 Satterthwaite, Charles A.
Yacht Design 44= 11-12 Morwood, John
Yacht Research principles 83A=15-19 Shortall, John

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