In my other question I was looking for a relation between the forward speed and the thrust (lift) of an auto-gyro.
I have come to the conclusion that for an auto-gyro in auto-rotation the forward speed will rotate the rotor and with that regulate its rpm. The faster an auto-gyro flies the faster the rotor rotates resulting in a higher thrust.
What I hope to accomplish is forward braking where the auto-gyro flies faster than needed to provide sufficient thrust, resulting in a higher rotation speed which will then result in more thrust and lift the auto-gyro up. This additional thrust isn't needed as the same level is required. By braking the rotor, using a generator, the rotor speed is reduced till the point it is still able to maintain level using auto-rotation. For this theory I need to understand the relation between the forward speed and the rotation speed.
But it is still not completely clear how this forward speed relates to the rotation speed. I hope someone can explain it to me or point me into the right direction.
I might be completely wrong and came to the wrong or inconclusive conclusions if so don't hesitate to tell me.
Thanks in advance!