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There is no simple answer to this question, but you can take a mean value of 300 m/s as Nasa does in this article. The tip of a fan blade has a linear velocity of more than the speed of the sound for a modern engine (e.g. 420 m/s). The root of the blade is a much modest velocity as the diameter of its path around the shaft is small. So the tip and the root ...


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