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Lendo

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I didn't know what it was until I got Jan's program and researched it on the Internet and came across a reference explaining it. I found that interesting, now if I could understand what Min CR means in Jan's program, I might find that interesting as well.
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George
 

davidjgall

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....now if I could understand what Min CR means in Jan's program, I might find that interesting as well.
Any suggestions?
George
That's Camber Ratio, George; the height of the maximum point on the camber line with respect to the chord line, expressed as a percentage of the length of the chord line. The Min CR refers to how nearly "uncambered" or how "nearly symmetrical" of an airfoil can be used at the given point of interest on the propeller blade, or for the entire blade, as the case may be.
 
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