Alexander Mendelson, Robert W. Carroll
Aerodynamic coefficients similar to those of the isolated airfoil are obtained as functions of the cascade geometry and the phasing between successive blades; the phasings considered are zero, 90 degrees, and 180 degrees. These aerodynamic coefficients are plotted for the special case when all the airfoils are vibrating in bending in phase (360 degree phasing). It is shown that the effect of cascading for this case is to reduce greatly the aerodynamic damping.
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