Basic theory of the helicopter
Basic theory of the helicopter
Basic theory of the helicopter
Basic theory of the helicopter

Basic theory of the helicopter

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The helicopter, in spite of what may be said, remains a strange machine retaining for the « man in the street » (and sometimes even the initiated) a somewhat magic and mysterious aspect. In this pages, our wish is to tear off this veil of mystery. But, it is to be well understood that in a few pages it is not possible to explain everything. Therefore we have made a choice dictated by pratictal consideration. Let us hope it is the right one !!!

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Rubrique : Hélicoptère
ISBN : 9782854289374
Référence : 937.
Année de parution : 2010
This initiation to helicopters was a real first.The complex functional aspects of the machine are explained simply by a sequence of colour pictures backed up by an attractive text. 
This manual is intended for a wide public : neophytes, specialists (pilots, engineers, mechanics, aeronautics teachers, etc.) or the simply curious.The latter will make a surprising and fascinating discovery.
For the neophyte, the initiation manual provides an indispensable and solid base enabling him to acquire more detailed knowledge of the helicopter. « Basic theory of the helicopter» is the tool that future pilots and technicians. were waiting for. Lastly, for the specialist, the manual is both a reference work and a return to source theory.
The author, who was head of the Helicopter Division « Education » department in the company EUROCOPTER offers the reader a synthesis of his long theoretical and practical experience in helicopters. « Basic theory of the helicopter » is used by the company EUROCOPTER to train pilots and technicians in its clubs, both military and private.

Référence : 937.
Niveau : future pilots and technicians
Nombre de pages : 80
Format : 21x29,7
Reliure : Broché
Raletz Roger Auteur

1. General
2. Basic notions on mechanics and aerodynamics
3. Blade and rotor
4. Control of rotor lift
5. Main rotor reactive torque and tail rotor
6. Aerodynamics of the rotor
7. Helicopter flight and power required

Livres de l'auteur Roger Raletz

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