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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 3, 1 July 1970

Articles

A Computer Model for the Evaluation of Helicopter Fire Control Systems
pp. 3-9(7)
Authors: Elwell, John; Mathewson, George

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Validation of Ground Based Simulation
pp. 10-21(12)
Author: Sinacori, John B.

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Measurement and Evaluation of Helicopter Flight Loads Spectra Data
pp. 22-34(13)
Authors: Porterfield, John D.; Alexander, William T.

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Rotor High Speed Performance, Theory vs. Test
pp. 35-44(10)
Authors: Harris, Franklin D.; Tarzanin, Frank J.; Fisher, Richard K.

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The Stopped‐Rotor Variant of the Proprotor VTOL Aircraft
pp. 45-56(12)
Authors: DeTore, J. A.; Gaffey, T. M.

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Development of VTOL Flying and Handling Qualities Requirements Based on Mission‐Task Performance
pp. 57-65(9)
Authors: Harper, H. P.; Sardanowsky, W.; Scharpf, R.

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