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XIII. Bibliographie
  Création/Mise à jour : 03/06/2003
I. Origine
II. Un concept audacieux
III. Les essais au sol
IV. Le Convair X-6
V. Les moteurs du X-6
VI. Le développement du X-6
VII. Le Convair NB-36 H
VIII. Le Bombardier atomique WS-125 A
IX. Projet Pluto
X. Le Vought Slam
XI. Le Tupolev 95 LAL & le Tu 119
XII. Principe des turboréacteurs atomiques
XIII. Bibliographie





'Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion pro- gramme.' Metal Progress, 76 (December, 1959) 93

Barnaby, Frank, Man and the Atom; The Uses of Nuclear Energy, (Funk and Wagnalls: New York, 1971)

Bussard, R.W. & DeLauer, R.D., Fundamentals of Nuclear Flight, (McGraw-Hill: New York, 1965)

Clarfield, Gerard H., Nuclear America, (Harper & Row: New York, 1984)

Cleveland, F. A., & Johnson, Clarence L. 'Design of Air Frames for Nuclear Power.' Aeronautical Engineering Review, 16 (June 1957) 48-57

Connor jr, J.A. 'Aerospace Nuclear Power Safety Considerations.' Aerospace Engineering, 20 (May 1961) 26-70

Credit, L.W. 'Single Reactor All- nuclear System Favoured for Nuclear Aircraft.' SAE Journal, 68 (May 1960) 34-38

Crocker, A.R. 'Testing Aircraft Nuclear Powerplants.' Aeronautical Engineering Review, 16 (December 1957) 30-35

Gantz, Kenneth Franklin, Nuclear Flight, (Duell, Sloan, and Pearce: New York, 1960)

Mann, Martin, Peacetime Uses of Atomic Energy, (The Viking Press: New York, 1961)

Miller, Jay, The X-Planes, (Aerofax: Arlington, Texas, 1988)

North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Combustion and Propulsion Panel; Advanced Propulsion Techniues, (Pergamon Press: New York, 1961)

Penner, S.S., Advanced Propulsion Techniues, (Pergamon Press: New York, 1961)

Perelman, Roman Grigorevich, Soviet Nuclear Propulsion, (Triumph Pub. Co.: Washington, 1960)

Reeves, E. D. 'Atomic Powerplants Are Out, for Highway Vehicles, Locomotives or Transport Planes Until Problems Are Solved.' SAE Journal, 66 (March 1958) 69

Thornton, G. & Blumberg, B. 'Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Heat Transfer Reactor Experiments Fulfil Test Goals.' Nucleonics, 19 (January 1961) 45-51

Thring, M.W., Nuclear Propulsion, (Butterworth Inc.: Washington, 1960) U.S. Congress, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Research and Development of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy: First Session on the Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Programme, July 23, 1959, (U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1959) U.S. gov - ernment report, Review of Manned Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Programme, Atomic Energy Commission and the Department of Defence, (U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1963)

York, Herbert Frank, Race to Oblivion, (Simon and Schuster: New York, 1970)

Sources :

X-planes de Jay Miller
The Decay of the Atomic Powered Aircraft Program par Brian D. Bikowicz
Tupolev Tu-119
Vought SLAM
Dream of Atomic Powered Flight
The Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Project De Carolyn C. James
Preliminary analysis of three cycles for nuclear propulsion of aircraft
Nuclear Energy for the Propulsion of Aircraft

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