This paper presents a summary on the ongoing research and development of a solid-state piezoelectric composite rotor design for use in rotary systems. The paper focuses on the theoretical analysis of a two-bladed rotor with varying parameters such as flight speed, blade pitch angle, and rotational speed. XROTOR, a blade element method based software, is used for analysis. The two-dimensional aerodynamic characteristics are acquired from the previous research on a Macro-Fiber Composite actuated simply supported thin airfoil. A set of simulations are conducted to determine the best geometric configuration, so the piezoelectric increase in thrust is maximized. The proposed hub-rotor system has the potential to be implemented in unmanned-aerial-vehicles such as single-rotor, tandem-rotor, multi-copter, and ducted-fan rotorcraft, or other rotating systems such as wind turbines, turbine engines, and marine propellers. This paper presents a summary of previous findings on a solid-state rotor prototype, and a new investigation on the theoretical aerodynamic behavior.