Airship lift - static, dynamic and powered static
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The basic principles of airship aerostatics and aerodynamics as they apply to powered Lighter Than Air vehicles are summarized. The development of static lift is discussed, as is the effect of the variation of atmospheric parameters on the lift of an aerostat. In addition, the use of dynamics and powered statics as a lift adjunct is reviewed.
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