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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 54, Number 3, 1 July 2009

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Wake Structure and Kinematics in the Vortex Ring State
pp. 32003
Authors: Ahlin, Gary A.; Brown, Richard E.

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The Prediction and Validation of Hover Performance and Detailed Blade Loads
pp. 32004
Authors: Schmitz, Sven; Bhagwat, Mahendra; Moulton, Marvin A.; Caradonna, Francis X.; Chattot, Jean‐Jacques

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Hover Performance Correlation for Full‐Scale and Model‐Scale Coaxial Rotors
pp. 32005
Authors: Lim, Joon W.; McAlister, Kenneth W.; Johnson, Wayne

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Flight Test and Simulation of a Cargo Container Slung Load in Forward Flight
pp. 32006
Authors: Cicolani, Luigi S.; Cone, Andrew; Theron, Johannes N.; Robinson, Dwight; Lusardi, Jeffery; Tischler, Mark B.; Rosen, Aviv; Raz, Reuben

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HISTORY ARTICLES

Engineering Analysis of the 1907 Cornu Helicopter
pp. 34001
Authors: Leishman, J. Gordon; Johnson, Bradley

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