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Mbb Bo 105 Dissymmetry Of Lift

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Wow Dewey,

Is that like some kind of cure for insomnea?

 

Thanks for the poke Wiggie............you just woke me up! :lol:

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On the lynx the lead lag is absorbed by the Dogbone which I think is a Titanium circular member between the pitch change bearing and the Main rotor blade cuff. There is a "virtual"flapping hinge in the titanium ( now bolted version ) main rotor head. The BO 105 rotor head is a thing of beauty , the only weak point being ( IMHO) the TT straps.

 

http://www.b-domke.de/AviationImages/Rotorhead/6927.html

 

See above for best link to all the rotrhead you need to know about.

 

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Thanks for the link Widgeon, that is awesome. Makes you shake your head at some of those designs. Either the engineers were geniuses, or they were huffing something strong. Speaking of which, I better get back to sealing our concrete hanger floor. :wacko: :blur:

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