An Integrated Hydrofoil and Propeller Design Tool for the Windows Environment
Beckett, David R.
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An investigation of the feasibility and desirability of the employment of personal computers in hydrofoil and propeller design was performed. The feasibility and desirability of the employment of personal computers in hydrofoil and propeller design was demonstrated by the seamless linking of the MIT Propulsor Lifting Line Code and the MIT Propeller Blade Design Code into a single Microsoft Windows(TM) based application.
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