COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH (CSIR)
DIVISION OF AERONAUTICS
DURING WW2

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The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) carried out testing to assist the war effort in Australia during WWII. Some of their research work is as follows:-

 

Report No. E.18 - Examination and test of a Japanese Yokogawa Magneto Type 14 CF2L by J.C. Wisdom, B. Mech. E. (May 1942)

Report No. E.21 - Tests of a Nakajima Engine from a Japanese "Zero" Fighter Aircraft by M.W. Woods, D. Phil., B.E., B. Sc. and W.H. Clements, B. Sc. (March 1943)

Report No. E.23 - Tests of a Mitsubishi Kinsei Engine from a Japanese Type 99 Divebomber by W.H. Clements, B. Sc. and J.C. Wisdom, B. Mech. E. (April 1943)

Report No. E.27 - Tests of a Nakajima Sakae 21 Engine from a Modified "Zero" Fighter by W.H. Clements and M.W. Woods (June 1943)

Report No. E.30 - Examination of a Mitsubishi Fuel Injection Pump and Mixture Control Unit from Japanese Type III Single Seater Fighter "Tony" (October 1943)

 

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