AERODYNAMICS Arizona Army National Guard Aviation Support Facility #1 REFERENCES FM 1-203, Fundamentals of flight TC 1-212, Aircrew Training Manual Learning Objectives Applied and simplified understanding of helicopter aerodynamic characteristics
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Arizona Army National Guard
Aviation Support Facility #1
FM 1-203, Fundamentals of flight
TC 1-212, Aircrew Training Manual
Dissymmetry of Lift is the difference in lift that exists between the advancing half of the rotor disk and the retreating half
When landing or taking off, with thrust (lift) approximately equal to the weight (light on the skids or wheels), the pilot should keep the helicopter cyclic trimmed (force trim/gradient) and prevent excessive helicopter pitch and roll movement rates. The pilot should fly the helicopter smoothly off (or onto) the ground, vertically, carefully maintaining proper cyclic trim.
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