lightsaber wrote:Not just balance, but each row of blades must have a different part count to the next row or a bad resonance will happen. Best if a widely different prime number.
If you notice the blades are a multiple off 7, 11, 13, and 17. The compressor blades will add a multiple of those or 19 or 23 or 29.
Tristarsteve wrote:Just need to find some proof.
JayinKitsap wrote:Lightsaber's introduced the concept of resonance....
acjbbj wrote:Also, those in music will note that the ratio between the pitches of the high-frequency whine (fan blades) to the low-frequency "roar" (fan itself spinning) approximates several nice musical intervals.
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