A Dynamic Helicopter Performance and Control Model.
Final task rept. 1 Sep 66-30 Dec 71,
PRINCETON UNIV N J
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Carico,D. Durbin,E. J. DA-28-043-AMC-02412EDA-1-H-162202-A-2191-H-162202-A-21907ECOM02412-11Report on the Princeton Pennsylvania Army Avionics Research Program.aerodynamics, mathematical models, helicopters, aerodynamics, descent, aircraft landings, flight paths, pilots, performancehuman, aerodynamic characteristicscomputerized simulationThe report gives the results of the development of a dynamic helicopter performance and control model. The dynamic performance model is obtained by using the force and rotor aerodynamic equations. This performance model together with the moment balance and control equations are used as a basis for a helicopter control model. This model can be used for over relatively large speed range and varying rotor rpm. As an example, an analog computer simulation is made for a HU-1C helicopter, performing a steep descent maneuver, close to autorotation boundary. Author