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Five Years Experience with Minimum Induced Loss Propellers-Part II: Applications
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1984 by SAE International in United States
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Minimum induced loss propellers are almost essential to pedal driven aircraft because of their potential high efficiency. The theory of these propellers is given in a companion paper. This paper describes some applications including an anti-propeller, or windmill, of minimum induced loss.
|Technical Paper||Five Years Experience with Minimum Induced Loss Propellers - Part I: Theory|
|Technical Paper||Practical Design of Minimum Induced Loss Propellers|
|Technical Paper||Math Modeling of Propeller Geometry and Aerodynamics|
CitationLarrabee, E., "Five Years Experience with Minimum Induced Loss Propellers-Part II: Applications," SAE Technical Paper 840027, 1984, https://doi.org/10.4271/840027.
- Design of Propellers for Motorsoarers by Larrabee E. Eugene. Pps. 285-303 of “Science and Technology of Low Speed and Motorless Flight,” NASA Conference Publication 2085, Part 1, 1979.
- Propeller Design and Analysis for Modelers by Larrabee E. Eugene. Pps. 9-25. 1979 NFFS International Symposium Report, Bakersfield, California; published by the National Free Flight Society, pps. 9−25.