The evaluation of a number of prototypes for the free-tip rotor constant-moment controller

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center., For sale by the National Technical Information Service , Moffett Field, Calif, [Springfield, Va
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StatementLarry A. Young.
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 86664.
ContributionsAmes Research Center.
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Hood of developing a successful free-tip controller. This design was not adequately tested prior to tunnel entry.

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This was The four prototype development guidelines were: 1. Maximize the number of controller concepts considered in the preliminary stages of the development program. (The key to this objective is to avoid early. Get this from a library.

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The evaluation of a number of prototypes for the free-tip rotor constant-moment controller. [Larry A Young; Ames Research Center.]. totypes were evaluated, a tension-torsion strap design (fig.

3) was selected as the controller far the free-tip rotor model documented in reference 1. The tension-torsion strap design evaluated in reference 2 was composed of thin wires wound into par- allel straps which were embedded in an elastomeric filler.

The development of several prototypes of a constant moment controller, a critical component of the free-tip rotor (FTR) concept, is described. Cradle-to-Cradle and Innovation. The evaluation of a number of prototypes for the free-tip rotor constant-moment controller The development of several prototypes of a constant moment.

Larry A. Young currently works at the Aeromechanics Office, NASA Ames Research Center. The evaluation of a number of prototypes for the free-tip rotor constant-moment controller. This document describes 5 steps to the evaluation of prototypes: 1. Confirm the Prototype 2. Develop Questions 3.

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