Issue 44 - Fall 1997

  • Summaries of articles in this issue; masthead
    2
  • Riding a boat like a bicycle
    David Witt
    3
  • A composite-propeller-blade manufacturing process for human-power water vehicles
    Leo Benetti-Longhini & Bradley Klena
    6
  • Twenty-four hours in Köln
    David G Wilson
    9
  • Low-cost aerodynamic testing
    Dominic Bencivenga
    11
  • Corrections to "Steering-trailing-arm determination"
    Dietrich Fellenz & Timothy Gorman
    13
  • Low, High and foldable & Gorgeous: The Wave, (Trans. Wouter Suverkropp)
    Marga A.B. Ruitenbeek
    14
    Reviews
  • Human Powered Vehicles CD 1997, Oliver Zechlin, Christian Meyer & Carsten Zerbst
    David G Wilson
    15
  • Construction videos
    David G Wilson
    15
  • Proceedings of the Seventh International Cycle-History Conference
    David G Wilson
    16
    Letters
  • Ackerman, Gorman and three-wheeled HPVs
    Lowell W. Zabel
    17
  • Another Bizarre Idea
    William Volk
    18
  • The Tour Reveiw
    Joachim Fuchs
    18
  • Congratulations
    Paul MacCready
    18
  • Slow on hills?
    John Riley
    18
  • A mini-history of HPVs
    Arnfried Schmitz
    18
    Note
  • Sustainable-transportation conference
    David R. Conn
    19
    Technical Notes
  • How thin may the braking rim of my wheel get?
    Chris Juden
    20
  • Another comment on how thin may the braking rim get?
    Mark Marsh
    20
  • Zach Kaplan on Fairings
    Zach Kaplan
    21
  • Call for papers for Denmark 1998 European Championships
    21
  • Bicycles and the Tax Man, (trans. Wouter Suverkropp)
    Richard Veffer
    22
    Editorials
  • The outing of impotence
    David G Wilson
    23
  • Record rules and altitude
    Paul Buttemer
    23

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