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An Exploratory Study on the Speed Limit of Compound Gyroplane(2) : Speed and Wing Sizing
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An Exploratory Study on the Speed Limit of Compound Gyroplane(2) : Speed and Wing Sizing
Shin, Byung-Joon; Kim, HakYoon;
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 Abstract
A study on the speed limit and sizing of auxiliary fixed-wing of compound gyroplane was performed. The performance of the plane that uses the same rotor system and power of BO-105 helicopter was compared with that of BO-105 helicopter. The wing area which is used to compensate in lift, was calculated considering the aerodynamic characteristics and lift sharing ratio of the rotor. Achievable flight speeds were observed for two types of fuselage; BO-105 and streamlined bodies. The study showed that the autorotating rotor can share 1/2 of lift at high speed and the parasite power of compound gyroplane having streamlined body and small wing can be minimized, accordingly it can fly faster than helicopter with airspeed more than twice.
 Keywords
Compound Gyroplane;Autorotation;Transient Simulation Method;
 Language
Korean
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