“"Turbine Blade Fabrication Using a Lost Wax Coring Technique”
“This film is from Lewis Flight Propulsion Laboratory, now known as NASA Glenn Research Center. The film looks at addressing the problem of turbine inlet temperature and the benefits of air-cooled blades. A promising blade is the fabrication of cast air-cooled blades using a lost wax technique…”
Advert from Engineering.
Vol: 180, No: 4688 – December 2nd 1955
Hudswell, Clarke & Co of Leeds
Founded in 1860 as Hudswell and Clarke and continued trading until the 1960s. Several of their steam locomotives are still in use or preserved as museum pieces. The company was involved in military work during the early atomic era and produced the framework of the majority of early British atomic bombs.