Found an awesome artical about engines, props, etc.....

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by parkland, Sep 11, 2013.

  1. parkland
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    Good article, though my PC couldn't visualize the figures. It more or less sums up in few lines the principal info and data from Gerr's Propeller Handbook.

    Unfortunately, the Bp formula is badly written. The correct formula is:
    Bp = (DHP^0.5 x N) / Va^2.5

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