AIRCRAFT PROPELLORS - JAN. 44

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    I just realized the first prop manual I posted was for the navy. Here's another that I had to split...
     

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    Great!!!!!!!!! Thank you :)
     
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    More really good stuff. The fact that you can engineer a system that works flawlessly while all of the parts are spinning around at 2,000 RPM while expending a couple thousand horsepower. Fascinating!
     
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