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Published
**1956**
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Written in English

- Naval architecture

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Hubert E. Russell, Robert C. Stancliff and Roderick M. White |

Contributions | Stancliff, Robert C., White, Roderick MacLead, Massachusetts Institute of Technology |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 1 v, : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL25113658M |

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THEDETERMINATIONOFLONGITUDINALVIRTUALMASSANDDAMPING OFAROTATINGPROPELLER by HUBERTEDWARDRUSSELL,LIEUTENANT,U.S,COASTGUARD ROBERTCLAUDESTANCLIFF,LIEUTENANT,U.S. Thesis (NE)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The determination of Longitudinal virtual mass and damping of a rotating propeller.

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Stancliff and Roderick MacLead White Download PDF (4 MB). The virtual mass and damping coefficients of a rotating propeller are determined using URANS computations.

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