rotor-blade hinge

rotor-blade hinge
шарнир лопасти несущего винта

Englsh-Russian aviation and space dictionary. - M.: Military publishing house USSR Ministry of Defence. . 1974.

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  • blade grips — That part of a helicopter rotor hub into which the blades are attached by a lead lag hinge pin. Blade grips also called blade forks …   Aviation dictionary

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  • flapping hinge — A hinge connecting a rotor blade to the hub and about which the blade rises and falls (i.e., flaps during its rotation, and thus permits equalization of lift or rotor thrust) between the advancing blade half and the retreating blade half of the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • teetering hinge — A hinge connecting a rotor blade to the hub and about which the blade rises and falls (i.e., flaps during its rotation). This permits the equalization of lift (or rotor thrust) between the advancing blade half and the retreating blade half of the …   Aviation dictionary

  • alpha hinge — The hinge at the root of a helicopter rotor blade with its axis perpendicular to the plane of rotation. It allows the blade tip to move back and forth in its plane of rotation. Movement about the alpha hinge is called drag. Drag dampers oppose… …   Aviation dictionary

  • lead-lag hinge — The hinge at the root of a helicopter rotor blade with its axis perpendicular to the plane of rotation. It allows the blade tip to move back and forth in its plane of rotation. Movement about the lead lag is called drag. Drag dampers oppose this… …   Aviation dictionary

  • lag hinge — The hinges of a helicopter that permit movement as the blade drag varies during rotation. These are located approximately at the root of the helicopter main rotor blade. The same as a drag hinge …   Aviation dictionary

  • drag hinge — The hinges of a helicopter that permit movement as the blade drag varies during rotation. These are located approximately at the root of the helicopter main rotor blade …   Aviation dictionary

  • helicopter — /hel i kop teuhr, hee li /, n. 1. any of a class of heavier than air craft that are lifted and sustained in the air horizontally by rotating wings or blades turning on vertical axes through power supplied by an engine. v.i. 2. to fly in a… …   Universalium

  • Autogyro — An autogyro is a type of rotorcraft invented by Juan de la Cierva in 1919, making its first successful flight on January 9, 1923 at Cuatro Vientos Airfield in Madrid. [http://www.vectorsite.net/avheli 1.html#m4 Vector Flight] ] Similar to… …   Wikipedia


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