external load

external load

external load
i. A load carried, or extended, outside the aircraft fuselage (e.g., weapons, fuel tanks).
ii. A load carried by helicopter or floatplane outside its fuselage. These are normally carried by slings, which are suspended below the helicopter and are referred to as slung loads or attached rigidly to the airframe.
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An external load is connected to the device to extract the electrons and harness power.
Three 7,332-rated shaft horsepower GE38-1B engines provide the power for the CH-53K King Stallion aircraft, enabling the aircraft to carry a 27,000-pound external load over a mission radius of 110 nautical miles in hot weather conditions, which triples the external load carrying capacity of the service s current T64-powered CH-53E SUPER STALLION aircraft.
The US Marine Corps will employ the four SDTA aircraft to verify the helicopter's design capability to carry 27,000 pounds over 110 nautical miles under "high hot" ambient conditions, tripling the external load carrying capacity of the current CH-53E SUPER STALLION(TM) helicopter.
On the last flight, the external load capabilities of the Jayhawk were used to sling loaded the replacement engine 90 miles to Mayaguana Island's rocky shoreline.
Within the PAtracker software, PA was coded by body position, intensity, activity type, and external load.
2] that occurred during squatting with an external load of 40% of body weight (40%BW) was further increased by the addition of WBV (Rittweger et al.
The independent triple-hook external load system delivers three individually tailored resupply loads or equipment such as dual-slung, up-armored humvees, the joint light tactical vehicle, or light armored vehicles to forward-operating bases.
A heavy-duty cargo hook permits more than 3,000-pound (1360-KG) external load operations.
After the trial the family launched Meg's Campaign to bring external load bearing and retaining walls within Building Regulations - at present they are not covered by the regulations.
Since our intention was to study the effect of external load at certain soil water contents on soil compaction at different soil depths (0-100, 100-200, and 200-300 mm), enough water was applied to wet the first 400 mm of the soil.
Before AOA indicators the pilot calculated his landing approach speed according to the aircraft weight, its configuration and external load.