This is a collection of Ray Prouty's columns from Rotor and Wing magazine from 1979 to 1992.Culver and the Lockheed team decided that a radio- controlled, free flight model would be much more valuable, and they were not deterred by the fact that no radio-controlled helicopter model had ever flown. Their model had a five-foot- diameter, two-bladed ... rotor helicopter with direct cyclic-pitch control. It was soon discovered that in model size this configuration was too lively to fly by remote control.
|Title||:||Helicopter Aerodynamics Volume I|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2009-08-01|