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The basics of Helicopter rotor behaviour.They don't [ul][li]speed up when pulling G[li]autorotate when dropping[li]flapback in the transition[li]cause mast bumping in negative G (teetering head types)[li]apply precedence effects in the turn[li]suffer tail rotor roll[li]loose their lifting ability during a power droop[li]suffer retreating blade stall at high speeds[li]snap off if you overspeed the head[/ul]Sorry, now I'll speak English, yeah that pitot thing really bugs me ;-)

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>The basics of Helicopter rotor behaviour.>>They don't >[ul][li]speed up when pulling G>[li]autorotate when dropping>[li]flapback in the transition>[li]cause mast bumping in negative G (teetering head types)>[li]apply precedence effects in the turn>[li]suffer tail rotor roll>[li]loose their lifting ability during a power droop>[li]suffer retreating blade stall at high speeds>[li]snap off if you overspeed the head>>[/ul]Sorry, now I'll speak English, yeah that pitot thing>really bugs me ;-)No flame here, but you may want to try X-Plane demo. I think it has a good modeling of rotor behaviour. I experience most of what you described. If you do, I'll be interested in knowing your evaluation. :)Marco


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