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more new coinage by Stu Fields
POLTF: Problems Obvious to the Least Tutored in the Field. This is to be used with NHFY: None Have Failed Yet. NHFY is an industry accepted response to POLTF
April 20th 10 06:34 PM
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New coinage by Stu Fields
I've coined a new acronym that stands for a principle often used in the experimental helicopter community. I have named it NHFY. It stands for None Have Failed Yet. It is a reliability measurement used by some that certainly needs close examination to ascertain the validity. Some folks who...
April 7th 10 03:41 AM
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More Helicopter Aerodynamics by Prouty by Stu Fields
I'm looking for a used copy of Ray Prouty's More Helicopter Aerodynamics. Also for the copy titled Even More Helicopter Aerodynamics. These issues are required for a research project I'm doing for the Experimental Helo magazine. Thanks
March 19th 10 08:29 PM
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credibiltiy by Stu Fields
It seems that if there are two possible causes for a helicopter accident, the preferred one for the manufacturer is the one for which they have no fault. That certainly is the best for them. However, lets say that a low hour helicopter suffers a failure directly attibutable to fatigue. ...
February 20th 10 01:10 AM
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new post by Stu Fields
I've been sending posts that didn't show up. I've been sending e-mails to folks that never received. I've been receiving e-mails that I couldn't answer. We just replaced the cmos battery so we'll see if this gets thru.. Stu Fields Experimental Helo magazine.
February 4th 10 04:53 AM
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Zyglo T62 compressor and turbine wheels by Stu Fields
Just completed checking the wheels of 84 Surplus Solar T-62 turbine engine sets of wheels for cracks. Only found two turbine wheels with small cracks. No cracks found in the compressor wheels. These engines seem to be quite sturdy. We started several and looked at vibration levels with a...
November 24th 09 03:00 AM
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Piasecki crash by Stu Fields
Just got word of a Piasecki crash that involved Joe Pike and to other people who were on board. Joe had re-stored the twin rotor ship. Initial data seems to indicate an engine failure with the ship hitting power lines and burning. Joe was an outstanding wrench and pilot. Joe did a BFR for me...
November 9th 09 02:05 AM
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USMC Huey Crash Photos by Mike \Rotor\ Nowak
Hey All, I just came across these photos and am curious if anyone knows the story of what happened. Weather sure looks clear so I doubt that had anything to do with...
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November 5th 09 03:18 PM
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Volume II of Ray Prouty's Helicopter Aerodynamics by Stu Fields
I've got my copy of what turns out to be a MUST HAVE addition to the Volume I work of the same title. Few people can write clearly about a technical subject like helicopters without using a lot of mathematics. Ray Prouty has a real knack... I'm jealous.... see ...
November 3rd 09 07:09 PM
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Helicopter Chasing Lamborghini by Burn Jet A
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5sjwZXCoSc
October 30th 09 03:19 AM
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PHOTOS: Rotorfest and PHL - October 04, 2009 by DV
PHOTOS: Rotorfest and PHL - October 04, 2009 Over 100 photos in this group. The highlight at Rotorfest for me was the Kaman K-Max and the Pilatus Porter jump plane. The clouds moved in briefly in the AM and gave us a short-lived scare, but they burned off. Plenty of copters and GA aircraft,...
October 5th 09 10:08 PM
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Helicopter crashes by Stu Fields
The Safari near Phoenix that crashed with the loss of two lives is now followed by a RotorWay in Vermont flown by Ronald York that crashed resulting in the Death of Mr. York. The investigation of both accidents is pending.
October 4th 09 10:55 PM
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Turbine powered rotorcraft by Stu Fields
FAR 91.409 involves itself with requiring some sort of special inspection program for turbine powered rotorcraft. Builders of Amateur Built turbine powered rotorcraft are being forced to generate some inspection program documentation to get the airworthiness certificate. Nearly all of these...
September 24th 09 06:17 PM
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SparrowHawk gyrocopter model for X-plane available by Noel Lopez
I have a flight sim model for the SparrowHawk gyroplane for use in X-Plane 7.0 or greater. Email me for a copy. Noel
September 22nd 09 05:24 AM
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remote controllable transponder by Stu Fields
Anyone know of a transponder that can have the codes switched from a remote set of switches and a remote Ident button? I guess I'm asking if there are access points in a connector where this could be done, or has some whiz already done this? My helicopter likes it when I keep my hands on the...
September 9th 09 11:51 PM
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shoulder harness inertial reels by Stu Fields
I'm looking for a used shoulder harness inertia reel believed to be a Pacific Scientific part nu. 0108900-101 or -109. Stu Fields
September 9th 09 07:52 PM
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Helicopter Photos Updated by DV
Helicopter Photos Updated I've added 29 Helicopter photos in August. They can be viewed here. Plus all other helicopter photos added previously. (The new are the first 29) http://phlairline.com/spotter/Copter0809.html
September 6th 09 01:50 PM
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High altitude Helicycle by Stu Fields
A report in of a Helicycle climbing at 600fpm at a density altitude of 8,000. Of course the passenger capacity is limited to only 6 politicians with the lies removed.
August 18th 09 08:41 PM
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BWB remembered by Monk
I was cleaning out my emails and came across this little beauty from BWB. Thought I'd share. bwbill wrote: I took my brotherís small boy Christopher with me to a shopping mall the other day and I lost him for awhile. He approached a uniformed policeman and said,...
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August 11th 09 09:41 AM
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Helicopter Pilot Jobs by Helicopter Pilot Jobs
Hello to the forum!! First post and it's one for the rotorheads. I wasn't sure whether to post it here or under another section but I am sure if it needs to get moved/duplicated the moderators will do that. Anyway, this is a website that was designed, built and is maintained by helicopter pilots....
August 7th 09 10:30 AM
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