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Old   May 15, 2010, 15:27
Default NASA rotor 67 2D Parametric Model
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Hi,

I am working on NASA rotor 67.

Can anybody have NASA rotor 67 midssapne profile interms of Camber, chord length and angles.

I need parametric model. If somebody have pls send me at samahmedpk2000@yahoo.com

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