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The Journal of the American Helicopter Society is the world's only scientific journal dedicated to vertical flight technology. It is a peer-reviewed technical journal published quarterly by AHS International and presents innovative papers covering the state-of-the-art in all disciplines of rotorcraft design, research and development. (Please note that AHS members receive significant discounts on articles and subscriptions.)

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Publisher: AHS International

Volume 15, Number 2, 1 April 1970

Articles

Investigations on the Effect of Blade Torsion on the Dynamics of the Flapping Motion
pp. 2-9(8)
Authors: Sissingh, G. J.; Kuczynski, W. A.

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A Self‐Monitored Stability Augmentation System for the CX‐84 V/STOL Aircraft
pp. 10-16(7)
Authors: Griffith, C. D.; Crosby, V. M.

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A Simplified Empirical Method for Rotor Component Fatigue Design
pp. 17-22(6)
Authors: Graham, G. L.; McGuigan, M. J.

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Convertible Fan/Shaft Engines
pp. 23-29(7)
Author: Seery, Michael E.

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The Development of an Improved Method of Conducting Height‐Velocity Testing on Rotary Wing Aircraft
pp. 30-38(9)
Authors: Shapley, John J.; Kyker, Robert A.; Ferrell, Kenneth R.

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New Experimental Techniques in Rotorcraft Aerodynamics and Their Application
pp. 39-45(7)
Authors: Tanner, W. H.; Wohlfeld, R. M.

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