Watch Helicopter Size and Speed Comparison 3D Video

Giant helicopters with heavy lift capacities ensure the rapid deployment of personnel, heavy equipment and cargo in congested environments. From kamov Ka-25 to the Mil Mi-6, the  below video is featuring the world’s biggest helicopters

 

The Video is Featuring Following Helicopter

  • Bell 47
  • kamov Ka-25
  • OH-6 Cayuse
  • OH-58 Kiowa
  • SA 319 Alouette
  • Eurocopter EC635
  • Kamov Ka-27
  • HH-65 Dolphin
  • Robinson R44
  • MBB Bo 105
  • SA 342 Gazelle
  • Mil Mi-1
  • A129 Mangusta
  • AS365 Dauphin
  • RAH-66 Comanche
  • AH-64 Apache
  • Westland Lynx
  • Kamov Ka-60
  • Kaman SH-2 Seasprite
  • Kamov Ka-50
  • Kamov Ka-52
  • NH90
  • AS332 Super Puma
  • Bell 412
  • Mil Mi-24D
  • Mil Mi024
  • Mil Mil-24A
  • V-22 Osprey
  • UH-1Y Venom
  • AH-1z Viper
  • S-61N
  • SA 330 Puma
  • Mil Mi-8
  • EC725 Super Cougar
  • AW101 Merlin
  • HH-60J Jayhawk
  • S-64 Skycrane
  • CH-53 Sea Stallion
  • MH-53 Pave Low
  • CH-47 Chinook
  • Mil Mi-6

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A helicopter is a type of rotorcraft in which lift and thrust are supplied by rotors. This allows the helicopter to take off and land vertically, to hover, and to fly forward, backward, and laterally.

These attributes allow helicopters to be used in congested or isolated areas where fixed-wing aircraft and many forms of VTOL (Vertical TakeOff and Landing) aircraft cannot perform.

The rotor system, or more simply rotor, is the rotating part of a helicopter that generates lift.

A rotor system may be mounted horizontally, as main rotors are, providing lift vertically, or it may be mounted vertically, such as a tail rotor, to provide horizontal thrust to counteract torque from the main rotors. The rotor consists of a mast, hub and rotor blades.

The mast is a cylindrical metal shaft that extends upwards from the transmission. At the top of the mast is the attachment point for the rotor blades called the hub.

The rotor blades are attached to the hub. Main rotor systems are classified according to how the rotor blades are attached and move relative to the hub. There are three basic types: hingeless, fully articulated, and teetering; although some modern rotor systems use a combination of these.

 

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