Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. 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Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. The placement of point control forces, the implication on power requirement are examined briefly. Finally, an initial consideration is given to using a control force on one blade to cancel the noise generated by another blade"> Lr, is solved numerically, a window function is used to modify the solution to ensure periodicity, tailor the results. Loading schedules for different radial, chordwise locations are obtained. The analysis shows that larger rate of increase, amplitude of loading are required when the point control force is moved from the blade tip to the root. Subtle differences are also required if the control force is moved to different chordwise positions. 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