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Description of the spray rig used to study icing on helicopters in flight

D. L. Bailey

Description of the spray rig used to study icing on helicopters in flight

by D. L. Bailey

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Published by NRC, Low Temperature Laboratory in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Helicopters -- Ice prevention.,
  • Helicopters -- Safety appliances.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby D.L. Bailey.
    SeriesAeronautical report -- 186A
    ContributionsNational Research Council of Canada. Low Temperature Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8, [10] p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21097314M

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Description of the spray rig used to study icing on helicopters in flight by D. L. Bailey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Description of the spray rig used to study icing on helicopters in flight. Author. Bailey, D.L. Institution. National Research Council Canada, Division of Mechanical Engineering.

Date. Abstract. A description of the spray rig used to study icing on helicopters in hovering : D.L. Bailey. all tests. Canada supplied its Hover Icing Spray Rig. The U.S.

Army supplied their in-flight icing simulator Helicopter Icing Spray System (HISS), a custom CH heavy-lift helicopter fitted with water tanks and spray bars, and all the support aircraft and crews.

NASA helped calibrate the HISS by flying its heavily instrumented Twin Otter in the. Major technology elements of the Aircraft Icing Research project include icing weather information, icing simulation, icing effects, icing operations, and icing education and training.

The study of tailplane ice formation leads to better understanding of. Thus, such labels as trace icing, light icing, moderate icing and heavy icing, which are used to relate the rate of ice accretion on a fixed cylindrical probe on a DC-6, are of little use to the helicopter pilot in ascertaining or predicting the rate of ice accretion on a complex rotor system.

Version 1 Aircraft Icing Handbook Civil Aviation Authority This GAP handbook was published by the Civil Aviation Authority in Copies can be purchased from Tel: GET RULES ( ). It is also available free on the CAA web site Copies of other GAP booklets can be obtained from: Safety Education and Publishing Unit.

Analysis was made on the effects of icing on trims, stability, and some flying qualities of tandem rotor helicopters in terms of forward velocity, icing time, atmospheric temperature, liquid water.

deicing/anti-icing equipment is not utilized, unless encountered for an extended period of timeŠover 1 hour. LIGHT The rate of accumulation may create a problem if flight is prolonged in this environment (over 1 hour). Occasional use of deicing/anti-icing equipment removes/prevents accumulation.

It does not present a problem if the deicing/anti-icing equipment is used. NASA’s icing research involves the development of tools and methods for evaluating and simulating the growth of ice on current and future aircraft surfaces or inside the engines and the effects that ice may have on the behavior of aircraft in flight.

At NASA Glenn Research Center, “We Freeze to Please”. Our icing research teams utilize a refrigerated wind tunnel, an engine test cell, and. Pilot Guide: Flight in Icing Conditions, dated Decemand AC A, Effect of Icing on Aircraft Control and Airplane Deice and Anti-Ice Systems, dated Jare cancelled.

This AC does not authorize deviations from established company procedures or. flight crew and ground personnel. Develop a set of commonly agreed recommended training practices and procedures for the de-icing/anti-icing of aircraft on the ground, to reflect current industry best practice. Publish these recommendations as the document ‘AEA Training Recommendations and Background Information for De-Icing / Anti-Icing of.

during the Helicopter Icing Flight Test Program. the analysis approach and then offers a description of the Introduction Whether a helicopter is used for emergency rescue, military missions, or commercial business there are strong desires to operate them safely in all climate conditions.

OperatingFile Size: KB. This s film, Operation Ice Cloud, produced by the Vertol Division of the Boeing Company, shows viewers how a testing rig, which creates an “ice cloud,” is used. program though was the Helicopter Icing Flight Test (HIFT) program, a mu1 ti-year effort involv- ing NASA, Bell Helicopter Textron, FluiOyne Engi- neering Corporation, Hovey and Associates, and The Ohio State Uni~ersity.l-~ scale flight test program, a UH-1H hellcopter was flown in both hover and forward flight at the Ottawa Spray Rig and behind the Army HISSFile Size: 6MB.

Thereby, aircraft icing could induce a serious hazard for flight [1], while ice formation on the wind turbines or cable lines may destroy the safe operation of equipment [2].

Accordingly, water. Drone Sprayers: Uses, Laws, & Money Saving Tips () Manned aircraft (airplanes and helicopters) Ground spraying rigs (tractor pulled, truck mounted, etc.) Humans (Backpack sprayer) A detailed description of flight, lab, and software testing for the UAS, and, if applicable, the various flight conditions including.

Get this from a library. Helicopter Icing Spray System Qualification. [James S Hayden; Edward E Bailes; Joseph C Watts; Larry K Brewer; ARMY AVIATION SYSTEMS TEST ACTIVITY EDWARDS AFB CALIF.;] -- The United States Army Aviation Systems Test Activity conducted an engineering evaluation of the CHC helicopter incorporating the icing spray system designed and built by a contractor.

Development of the Improved Helicopter Icing Spray System (IHISS) A.A. Peterson, M.D. Jenks, Boeing Helicopters, W. Gaitskill, U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command Your Path: Home > Development of the Improved Helicopter Icing Spray System (IHISS).

equipped for flight into icing conditions are signifi-cantly affected by ice accumulation on the unpro-tected areas. A NASA study (NASA TM) showed that close to 30 percent of the total drag associated with an ice encounter remained after all the protected surfaces were cleared.

Nonprotected surfaces may include antennas, flap hinges, controlFile Size: KB. For flight into moderate icing conditions, all equipment in paragraph b. and blade deice kit must be installed, operational, and turned on.

Flight into heavy or sever icing is prohibited. Helicopters equipped with blade erosion kit tape are prohibited from flight into icing conditions. Flight into known or forecast icing conditions with. In places where dedicated use as an agricultural aircraft is uneconomic, utility types such as the Antonov An-2 biplane and De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver have been used.

In the case of helicopters, tanks are placed on or outside the body of the aircraft, while a spray rig, extending outward to the sides, is attached well below the main rotor. Reference Guide page 5 INTRODUCTION This reference guide provides decision charts, checklists, direction, and points of contact to assist personnel in performing the responsibilities of the Aircraft Dispatcher.

It is designed for personnel that need a quick reference for outlining non-routine procedures or. Each winter, AOPA members call the Pilot Information Center with questions about icing, asking, what, exactly, is "known icing"?

When can I fly and when am I grounded? The answer depends to an extent on the kind of deicing equipment an aircraft has. But, since the majority of general aviation aircraft are not equipped for FIKI (flight into known icing), we’ll focus on non-equipped aircraft.Individuals searching for Helicopter Flight School and College Information found the following related articles, links, and information useful.