- May 26, 2019
- Cape Town
- R44/22 H269/300 MD 500 Magni (all); Xenon RST; DTA; ELA; MTO Trojan
- Total Flight Time
- Stoped counting at 2000
Caution the rotation torque applied to the rotor tends to make the gyro turn.... Yaw is what you mean?With an electric rotator drawing its power from a battery.
For a given rotator, leaving it engaged a few seconds after the brakes are released will affect additional energy for rotation. Rrpm is reached faster and after a shorter run. Less A.o.A of the disc is then required to reach the required forward speed and therefore less rotor drag. Thus the total distance is reduced (Only little bit, since 3000 Watts during 5 seconds is about little before 1000 Newtons during 100 meters)
Caution, the rotation torque applied to the rotor tends to make the gyro turn .
stroke of genius right there in your comments and why a helicopter has a tail rotor referred to as the anti torque ..
pre rotate to 170 - 180 Release the pre rotator ..take power get nose off the ground, wheel balance on the mains gently fwd on the stick without front wheel touching the ground and fly it off what could be more simple ?