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Regardless of the aircraft, fly too high into air that isn’t dense enough to support the weight of the heli, and the rotor will droop and then stall.
With disc brakes, use latex gloves to handle pads and rotors, because skin oils can contaminate braking surfaces and make your brakes squeal.
It was five o’clock by the time a new rotor arrived and the truck roared to life.Lunik: Inside the CIA’s audacious plot to steal a Soviet satellite|Bobbie Johnson|January 28, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The NTSB, which has released a 1,852-page report on evidence it has collected, found that the engines and rotors bore no evidence of mechanical failure.The Kobe Bryant crash one year later: Lakers’ plans, the probe, Vanessa Bryant’s wishes|Cindy Boren|January 26, 2021|Washington Post
Enclosing spinning fans, or rotors, in a duct means that they could hypothetically be quieter and more efficient, and it’s a common choice in the VTOL space.These new flying taxis offer a glimpse at our future commutes|Rob Verger|January 15, 2021|Popular Science
So serious is this heat that it can distort a major APUS engine component, the rotor shaft, and cause significant damage.
Next he says a double rotor Chinook landed inside the compound.
The coil represents the stationary part, the stator (Fig. 445) and the cup the rotating part, the rotor, of an induction motor.
The difference between the rate of rotation of the rotor and that of the magnetic field is called the "slip."
The rotor circuits are, therefore, closed upon themselves in normal operation.
For starting, a polyphase resistance completes the circuits of the rotor winding.
The currents in the rotor winding are induced by the action of the rotating magnetic field set up by the stator currents.