# Aerodynamics at LMU München

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How does rotor downwash affect a helicopter with horizontal stabilizers (mounted at the tailboom) in a free air hover?

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When the cyclic stick is pushed forward, a main rotor blade will reach its maximum blade pitch angle:

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When the cyclic stick is pushed forward, a main rotor blade will reach its maximum blade pitch angle:

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That point where airflow leaves the surface of an aerofoil is known as:

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Yawing in a helicopter is the term used to define a rotation:

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The chord line of an airfoil section is the line:

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The total rotor thrust is:

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In a hovering helicopter, recirculated air at the main rotor blade tips will cause:

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If the collective pitch lever is lowered during straight and level flight the helicopter will pitch (1) because (2)

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The center of pressure of an airfoil element:

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The resultant force from pressure envelopes around an aerofoil can be described as:

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The lift coefficient of an airfoil section:

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Aerodynamics

How does rotor downwash affect a helicopter with horizontal stabilizers (mounted at the tailboom) in a free air hover?

it will pitch nose down.

Aerodynamics

When the cyclic stick is pushed forward, a main rotor blade will reach its maximum blade pitch angle:

on the retreating side.

Aerodynamics

When the cyclic stick is pushed forward, a main rotor blade will reach its maximum blade pitch angle:

on the retreating side.

Aerodynamics

That point where airflow leaves the surface of an aerofoil is known as:

the separation point

Aerodynamics

Yawing in a helicopter is the term used to define a rotation:

Aerodynamics

The chord line of an airfoil section is the line:

drawn between the leading and the trailing edges.

Aerodynamics

The total rotor thrust is:

a force acting at right angles perpendicular to the relative air flow.

Aerodynamics

In a hovering helicopter, recirculated air at the main rotor blade tips will cause:

increased lift.

Aerodynamics

If the collective pitch lever is lowered during straight and level flight the helicopter will pitch (1) because (2)

(1) down (2) the coning angle decreases

Aerodynamics

The center of pressure of an airfoil element:

depends on the height of the airfoil element.

Aerodynamics

The resultant force from pressure envelopes around an aerofoil can be described as:

the total reaction

Aerodynamics

The lift coefficient of an airfoil section:

changes with the velocity of the airflow, squared.

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