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Paper presented at the SNAME 9th Propeller and Shafting Symposium, September 20–21, 2000
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-2000-18
...A Coupled Viscous/Potential-Flow Method for the Prediction of Propulsor-Induced Maneuvering Forces C. L. Warren (AM),1 T.E. Taylor (AM),2 J. E. Kerwin (FL)3 ABSTRACT A technique for the analysis of propulsor-induced maneuvering forces on surface and underwater vehicles has been developed...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 7th Propeller and Shafting Symposium, September 20–21, 1994
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-1994-002
... collectively will improve the propulsive performance of the vehicle at the off design condition (similar to a controllable pi~ch propeller). It is also advantageous to set the ·collective pitch at a low value tor loW speed maneuvering and backing of the vehicle. Each blade continually changes pitch...
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Paper presented at the SNAME Propellers '88 Symposium, September 20–21, 1988
Paper Number: SNAME-PSS-1988-02
.... The comparison of SIPUP’s at sea data and design predictions shows good agreement in both propulsive coefficient and vehicle speed. coefficient calculation swirl inducing taor upstream sisup propulsor united states government vehicle stator investigation ne propulsion propulsor requirement...

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