effective pitch ratio

Basic propeller characteristics represented by the formula V/nd, where V is air speed, n is propeller RPM, and d is diameter. Pitch ratio is the ratio of the geometric pitch, or other specified pitch, of a propeller to the diameter of the propeller.

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