POP and PPP

Discussion in 'Software' started by Andrew_Davis, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Andrew_Davis
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    Andrew_Davis Junior Member

    I stupidly cross posted this in the main forum...

    Regrettably, the workstation with the useful University of Michigan/Darpa "Propeller Optimization Program" was burglarized

    No longer on the U of M engineering site...anyone have a link or a copy?
     
  2. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    In the attached .zip file you'll find all of it - POP, PPP, MPP, SPP. Just unzip it in the folder you want (a sub-folder "University of Michigan" will be created, with the files inside) and have fun. ;)
    Cheers
     

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  3. Andrew_Davis
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    Andrew_Davis Junior Member

    Good man! Thanx
     
  4. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    You're welcome. Saw your website... You are creating some nice classic-style beauties, I like them. Guess you will have to input some hefty wake fraction for those full-length keels... ;)
    Cheers and good work!
     

  5. Andrew_Davis
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    wake fraction

    They all have twin outboard propellers operating pretty much in the free stream.
    If a client wants a propeller in an aperture, he can go elsewhere.
     
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