By Fosner A., Fosner M.
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In fact the force deduced by theoretical considerations should act perpendicularly to the direction of motion. 1 If the point at a distance cf4 from the leading edge is chosen as center of moment, then OM = O. On account of the resulting simplicity, the "moment point" is often taken, particularly in American writings, not at the leading edge of the profile, but at a distance cf4 from it (see II 6). 28 J II. PROPERTIES OF TYPICAL PROFILES This apparent contradiction may be explained in the following manner!.
A point which deserves special notice in the case of thick crosssections is the definition of the angle of incidence, which is usually referred to the chord of the section. Although the simplest relations of the properties of thin cross-sections are based on the use of angles of incidence referred to the chord of the section, thickening of the section, especially when achieved by rounding off the front edge, shifts the chord considerably. In order to apply the simple laws for thin profiles to give approximate values for sections of finite thickness, the difference in the angle so produced must be taken into account.
By transforming the same circle into a cross-section of finite thickness it is possible to produce all the transitions between a circular section and a thin plate. The thicker the cross-sections the more nearly they approach the circle; the thinner they are, the more they approximate to thin plates. It follows directly from this that the eross-sections derived from the same circle, and therefore having the same lift, become shorter as they grow thicker. This means that a thick cross - section must be somewhat magnified before it is replaced by its middle line, or in other words, that the lift of a thick cross-section is rather more than that of its middle line.
2-local superderivations on a superalgebra Mn(C) by Fosner A., Fosner M.