Preliminary design study of a centrifugal jet engine with a supersonic propeller
Struble, Arthur D.
Stewart, N. J.
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A theoretical analysis was made of an aircraft propulsion system incorporating a centrifugal jet engine and a supersonic propeller. The primary aim was to increase the economy of a jet configurated engine. The design for a supersonic engine was included, since it was necessary to use a propeller, in order to create thrust for the installation.
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