Trajectory‐Tracer Study of Helix‐ and Band‐Type Postdeflection Acceleration
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10.This differential analyzer was developed at the Dynamic Analysis and Control Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and was adapted to the present use by George Welti, and Benjamin Logan, of that laboratory, and the author.
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12.See references 7 and 8 for operational details.
13.At Tektronics, Inc., Portland, Oregon, and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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