1984-02-01

Five Years Experience with Minimum Induced Loss Propellers-Part II: Applications 840027

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.

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