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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Volume 29, Number 2, 1 April 1984

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Influence of Hygrothermal Conditioning on the Compressive Buckling of Graphite/Epoxy Composite Structures
pp. 12-15(4)
Authors: Rehfield, Lawrence W.; Prucz, Jacky; Murthy, Pappu L. N.

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Model‐ to Full‐Scale Comparisons of Helicopter Blade‐Vortex Interaction Noise
pp. 16-25(10)
Authors: Schmitz, F. H.; Boxwell, D. A.; Le┬┤wy, S.; Dahan, C.

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Finite Difference Modeling of Rotor Flows Including Wake Effects
pp. 26-33(8)
Authors: Caradonna, F. X.; Tung, C.; Desopper, A.

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Flight Tests for the Assessment of Task Performance and Control Activity
pp. 34-41(8)
Authors: Pausder, Heinz‐Juergen; Hummes, Dieter

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Finite Element Analysis for Bearingless Rotor Blade Aeroelasticity
pp. 42-51(10)
Authors: Sivaneri, Nithiam Ti; Chopra, Inderjit

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Wind Tunnel Test of a Soft/Stiff Inplane Bearingless Rotor
pp. 52-60(9)
Authors: Banerjee, D.; Johnston, R. A.; Messinger, R. H.

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