This message is from a none engineer who is searching for an aerodynamic engineer who likes to invent and think out of the box. I am presently beginning work on a project that is far beyond my capabilities. It involves low speed aerodynamics and high speed rotor dynamics in one machine. The concept I believe is sound but needs to be proven. The idea here is to drum up interest for a possible parrnership that would take a product from concept to patent and then to market. The very real possability exists that the early stage concept could warrant a grant from the D.O.E. for proof of concept. My search begins here! Anyone interested?
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