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REFERENCES

1) Collected Researches on the Stability of Kites and Towed Gliders, L.W. Bryant, W.S. Brown, N.E. Sweeting, Reports and Memoranda, National Physics Laboratory Feb. 1942

2) US Patent 2'429'502, Captive Helicopter - Kite Means, A.M. Young, Oct. 1947

3) US Patent 2'433'344, Aeronautic Positioning Device, M.G. Crosby, Dec. 1947

4) US Patent 2'494'430, Rotating Kite, J.R. Carnworth, Jan. 1950

5) Marchaj, C. A., Sailing Theory and Practice, Dodd, Mead, and Co. , NY, 1964

6) US Patent 3'487'800, Windsurfer, Hoyle Schweitzer & James Drake, Jan. 1970

7) US Patent 4'129'272, Aerofoil Structure (Flexifoil), Andrew Jones, et. al. Dec. 1978

8) Roeseler, W. G., and Funston, N. E.; "The Sea Nymph and an Ancient Egyptian Yacht," Ancient Interface IX, Pamona, CA 1979

9) Marchaj, Aero-Hydrodynamics of Sailing, Dodd, Mead, & Co, New York, 1979

10) Some notes on the Flexifoil,  T. Schmidt, European Kiteflier, May 1980

11) Wind Power for Ships - A General Survey, Air Commodore C.T. Nance, Symposium on wind propulsion of commercial ships, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London Nov. 1980

12) Kite-Sails for Wind-Assisted Ship Propulsion, Prof. G. W. Schaefer, K.Allsopp, Symposium on wind propulsion of commercial ships, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London Nov. 1980

13) Kitesails Discussion, T. Schmidt, Symposium on wind propulsion of commercial ships, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London Nov. 1980

14) UK Patent Applications 2'098'946 to 2'098'052, Tethered Sails, R. Duckworth et al., British Petroleum, Dec. 1982

15) Kite Sailing - a Survey, T. Schmidt, Boat Technology International, July 1981

16) Jacob's Ladder, Ian Day, Yachts and Yachting, Dec. 1982

17) Sail Equipped Motor Ship "Shin Aitoku Maru" and Studies on Larger Ship, Watanabe, Nakanishi, and Takeda, Ancient Interface XII, San Francisco, 1982

18) Aerodynamics of Sail-Assisted Propulsion of Commercial Ships: A preliminary Study, Armand, Marol, and Saint-Blancat, Ancient Interface XII, San Francisco, 1982

19) Kite Power Review, T. Schmidt,  AYRS No 97, June 1983

20) Kite News, T. Schmidt,  AYRS No. 98, Dec. 1983

21) Comprehensive Applications; Modern American Developmental Sail Powered and Sail-Assisted Cargo Vessels, Thiessen, Ancient Interface XIV, Long Beach, CA, 1984

22) Downwind faster than the wind, T. Schmidt, AYRS 100, Dec. 1984

23) Roeseler, "Sky Sail Progress," Ancient Interface XV, Seattle, WA, 1985

24) The Influence of Cable Forces on the Efficiency of Kite Devices as a Means of Alternate Propulsion, N. Burgin, P.A. Wilson, Windtech '85, International Symposium on Windship Technology, University of Southampton 1985

25) The Use of Inflated Sails for Ship Propulsion, Keith Stewart, Windtech '85, International Symposium on Windship Technology, University of Southampton 1985

26) The Application of Elevated Sails (Kites) for Fuel Saving Auxiliary Propulsion of Commercial Vessels, R. Duckworth, Windtech '85, International Symposium on Windship Technology, University of Southampton 1985

27) Some Comments on the Relative Merits of Various Wind Propulsion Devices, J.F. Wellicome, Windtech '85, International Symposium on Windship Technology, University of Southampton 1985

28) Kitesailing International,  Dave Culp

29) Ultimate Sailing - The Hapa Revisited, J.G.: Hagedoorn, P. Ashford, AYRS 114, Dec. 1993

30) Ultimate Sailing II, P. Lynn, C. Sands, AYRS 116, 1994

31) UAV Cover Story, AW & ST, 10 July 1995

32) Ultimate Sailing III, B. RoeselerC. Roeseler, C. Burgess, D. Costes, T. Schmidt,  T. Kitson,  AYRS 118, 1995

33) UAV Survey Article, Steven J. Zagala, Aviation Week and Space Technology, 8 Jan 1996

34) Kiteskiers fly in ESPN Extreme Games, "Hot Water" (cover story,) Tim DeVaney, American Kite, Fall 1995

35) Aerodynamic Decelerators, Donald Waye, Aerospace America, December 1995

36) Toyota Tacoma TV Commercial 1995, Saatchi and Saatchi, Baja, California

37) Advanced Composites in a Simple Shop, Henry Elliot, Professional Boatbuilder, Feb/March, 1996

38) Modern Commercial Sailing Ship Fundamentals, Priebe, Cornell Maritime Press, 1986

39) Small Autonomous Aircraft for Economical Oceanographic Observations on a Wide Scale, Tad McGeer & Greg Holland, Oceanography V 6 No 3, 1993

40) World's Fastest Sailboat, Popular Science Cover Story, January 1991

41) Crackpot or Genius, Francis Reynolds, Chicago Review Press, 1993

42) Kitesailing Progress, Roeseler and Culp, Sail Tech, AIAA at Stanford, 1989

43) Boeing Pilotless Condor, AW & ST, 23 April 1990

44) Unusual Sailing Systems for Kites, T. Schmidt, The Naval Architect, Feb 1984

45) US Patent 5,366,182, Kiteski, Roeseler and Roeseler, Nov. 1994

46) U. S. Patent 5,355,817, Sailboat, Schrems, 1994

47) Bosnian Sky Spy Snoops for Crime, Fulghum, AW&ST, 6 May 1996

48) Richard Wallace Video, Radio Control Sail Plane in Tethered Flight

49) Fly-by-Wire Parafoil Can Deliver 1,100 lbs, Michael O. Lavett, AW & ST, 1 April 1996, p 64

50) To the Third Power, Koch, Tilbury House, 1994

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