Andy Kunz email (remove spam text)
>What does balance have to do with RPM? Please enlighten me! <G> It would
>seem to me that prop imbalance causes the engine to wobble, but doesn't
>significantly change the RPM.
Have you ever been to a speed shop? You need to get your tires balanced
for operation at the expected speed. Harmonics.
Oh, it does! When you're spinning at 60K RPM especially.
You can be perfectly balanced dimensionally (same outline both blades) and
statically (it stays level on the balancer), but until you spin it you
don't know for sure.
Andy Kunz - Statistical Research, Inc. - Westfield, New Jersey USA
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