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This book explains the complexities of helicopter flight in clear, easy-to-grasp terms, covering helicopter aerodynamics and operations in a building-block manner of teaching.
The book provides background knowledge as to why the helicopter flies, and more importantly, why it sometimes doesn't. It explains the aerodynamic factors associated with rotor stalls, mast bumping, wind effect, and many other important aspects of helicopter flight pilots are required to know. Soft cover, 288 pages, illustrated, glossary, index.
The worldwide helicopter industry has waited a long time to see a manual of this caliber. Helicopter pilots need to thoroughly understand the consequences of their actions, and base them upon sound technical knowledge. This textbook provides the background knowledge explaining why the helicopter flies and, more importantly, why it sometimes doesn't. Technical knowledge and sound handling are the ingredients that make a safe pilot. For the student learning to fly helicopters into the 21st century, this book is one of the essential keys to flight. Review questions conclude each chapter.