static rollover

static rollover

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In situation A, the center of gravity is inside the track of the skids and the helicopter is safe. B is a marginal situation. In case C, the skids are narrow and the center of gravity is outside the track of the skids resulting in the helicopter rolling over on to one side.
A phenomenon experienced by helicopters when landing on sloping or uneven ground. The helicopter will not roll over as long as the center of gravity is within the skids. However, if it moves out either because of a sharp gradient or a change of weight on board (as in getting in or out of the helicopter on the sloping side), the helicopter is likely to roll over.
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The parameter known as the Static Rollover Threshold (SRT) is defined as the maximum lateral acceleration (expressed in g's) in a stationary regime supported by the body before rollover occurs, and is highly influenced by body geometry which decreases with increasing height of the CG for a body of equal width (Wormley et al.
geom] = static rollover threshold geometric; b = width of the base; and h = height of the center of gravity.
geom], and the values were compared between them and with the range of variation of the static rollover threshold proposed to verify the stability of vehicles, which relates the lateral stability with height of the CG.
castaneum compared with the Static Rollover Threshold model [SRT.
With operators having to meet static rollover thresholds, it has meant longer and safer vehicles are now required to carry out everyday transport needs for their customers.
The table is used primarily to determine static rollover thresholds and tilt operation capabilities.
The accelerometer is for applications such as brake deceleration compliance certification; durability testing of vehicle radiators and air coolers; roll stiffness and static rollover threshold tests, among others.
REAR MOVING BARRIER & STATIC ROLLOVER TESTS NO.