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V-1Vergeltungswaffe 1 (German flying bomb used in WWII)
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Because of its limited range, the thousands of V-1 missiles launched into England were fired from launch facilities along the French (Pas-de-Calais) and Dutch coasts.
where [kappa] = [square root of [k.sup.2.sub.0] - [[xi].sup.2]], [J.sub.m] and [H.sup.(1).sub.m] are Bessel and Hankel functions of the m-th order, respectively, [[bar.b].sup.(v)], [[bar.b].sup.(v-1)] and [[bar.c].sup.(v)], [[bar.c].sup.(v-1)] are the scattering amplitudes of the incoming and outgoing cylindrical waves on the v-th layer and v-1-th layer, respectively and "T" denotes the transpose of the indicated vectors.
But the V-1 was not the only hydrogen peroxide-powered flying machine the Germans had in their arsenal.
That, of course, was the German V-1 "flying bomb," with which we in London had to cope day and night for many months in 1944.
ABHAN Rusty Young from Nimitz air department's V-1 division said the yellowshirts are the voice of safety on the flight deck during flight operations, "A yellowshirt's first concern is safety of everything and everyone on the flight deck.
Particularly chilling is the author's account of the V-1 bombs and V-2 rockets that regularly passed overhead, and which hit London, where the author was evacuated after being wounded.
Two grades with high tensile strength, Elexar 8614 and 8623, are non-brominated and have UL-94 flame resistance ratings of V-1 and HB, respectively.