The installation and operation of Mamba propeller-turbine engines in a civil aeroplane, such as the “Apollo,” involved a number of new problems, some of which were fully brought to light only as a result of experience with the engines in the aircraft. The paper describes these problems and the steps which were taken to overcome them either in the design stage or, subsequently, as a result of flight experience.

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