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