Initial design study of existing flight control system of RPH and feasibility study of implementing HHC on the SH-60B
Webb, Charles David
Wood, E. Roberts
Howard, Richard M.
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The paper reports on two subjects, first the initial design study of a Remotely Piloted Helicopter's flight control system and secondly a feasibility study of implementing Higher Harmonic Control on the SH-60B aircraft. Described for the former is a complete study of stiffness constants, system freeplays and power requirements needed to provide Higher Harmonic Control to the Remotely Piloted Helicopter. The later gives practical design considerations for four alternate mechanicalhydraulic designs. The Remotely Piloted Helicopter Higher Harmonic Control work is an ongoing project at the Naval Postgraduate School and the SH-60B work is an initial study which is currently being evaluated at the Naval Air Test Center.
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