Generalized performance limits for propellers, windmills and lifting rotors with axes parallel to the undisturbed flow
Gawain, Theodore Henry
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Author(s) subject terms: Propellers, axial trubines, windmills, lifting rotors, helicopters, fans, performance coefficients, performance limits, momentum theory of propellers, actuator disc, vortex ring state of lifting rotor, stability of lifting rotor, thrust, drag, power, efficiency, effectiveness, figures of merit, dimensional analysis
NPS Report NumberNPS-57Gn72121A
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