I would have thought that a stress level x 3 \ 4 would have been food for thought by both pilots & designers.:lalala:I found it very interesting as well but not quite sure what it means.
The conclusion simply satisfies his curiosity but what do the findings tell us on a practical level?
That's not correct. The coning angle for a given rotor flying in steady state conditions (i.e., turning at a constant rrpm) is independent of weight and g-loading....The problem with a preset coning angle is that it is only optimum at 1G of a certain weight. ...