Design and Analysis of Helicopter Rotor Hub for Strutural Loads

K RAVIKUMAR, M VENKATA RAMUDU

Abstract


The rotor system is the rotating some portion of a helicopter which produces lift. The rotor comprises of a pole, hub, and rotor blades. The pole is a hollow cylindrical metal shaft which expands upwards from and is driven and now and then bolstered by the transmission. At the highest point of the pole is the connection point for the rotor blades called the hub. The rotor blades are then joined to the hub by any number of various techniques. Principle rotor systems are arranged by how the primary rotor blades are appended and move with respect to the fundamental rotor hub.

 


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