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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The single-engine, single-seat K-MAX[R] is a rugged low-maintenance aircraft that features a counter-rotating rotor system and is optimized for external load operations and designed specifically for vertical reference flight.
Three 7,378-rated shaft horsepower (SLS 59 deg) T408 engines will provide the power for the King Stallion, enabling the aircraft to carry a 27,000-pound external load over a mission radius of 110 nautical miles in Navy high/hot weather conditions, which triples the external load carrying capacity of the service's current CH-53E Super Stallion powered by GE Aviation's T64 engine.
Palm Beach Helicopters is an FAA 141 approved flight school with examining authority having 141 approved courses for private, commercial, Instrument, CFI, CFII, ATP, added category and class private and commercial, Night Vision Goggles Initial, recurrent, and Instructor, External Load, and Turbine Transition.
The training process is usually described by the external load values.
An external load is connected to the device to extract the electrons and harness power.
The external load percentage and the design temperature change in Equation 1 could vary a lot in different applications.
The maximum displacements measured for the not preloaded carriages under an external load of 10 kN were about 52.
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.
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.