The report I found above contains no data and states it is a 'Progress Report', and therefore isn't a 'Proof of Principle Report'.
A final report would properly contain the traditional sorts of data displays. But this is not a final report. Rather, it is a progress report.
Data would also be expected in a proof of principle report (as well as a final report), so if you could identify the correct link you were referring to, then I would be obliged.
I wish Woodward worked that way, but his idea of a final proof of prinicple report really isn't one, however if you pull down the following pdf files from the same page on NSF.com you will have a sample of the latest M-E rotary test data available. You also might like to take a look at the jpg files appended to that same page.
M-E Rotary_2010_Woodward ED.pdf
Lastly, you mentioned in your last post that the U.S. 6,347,766 Woodward & Mahood patent expired in 22 March 2006. Could you point out where you saw this information? I'd be shocked to find out that Woodward's University, CSUF, would have let that happen since they paid for it in the first place.