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|x1= <code>_rotorForces = [[rotorsForcesRTD]] _taru// Returns [[-465.981,351.941,45960.5],[-469.079,397.451,46933.3]]</code>|= EXAMPLE1
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|x1= <code>_rotorForces = [[rotorsForcesRTD]] _taru// Returns [[-465.981,351.941,45960.5],[-469.079,397.451,46933.3]]</code>|EXAMPLE1=  
  
 
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| [[rotorsRpmRTD]], [[weightRTD]], [[wingsForcesRTD]], [[airDensityRTD]] |= SEEALSO
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Revision as of 10:36, 7 April 2019

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Description

Description:
Returns force produced by rotors.
Groups:
Uncategorised

Syntax

Syntax:
rotorsForcesRTD RTD_helicopter
Parameters:
RTD_helicopter: Object
Return Value:
Array

Examples

Example 1:
_rotorForces = rotorsForcesRTD _taru// Returns [[-465.981,351.941,45960.5],[-469.079,397.451,46933.3]]

Additional Information

See also:
rotorsRpmRTDweightRTDwingsForcesRTDairDensityRTD

Notes

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Notes

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Posted on November 4, 2014 - 02:00 (UTC)
Benargee
There is no official information I can find on what these values mean. According to my testing on the Mi-290 Taru, here is what I have come up with: [[rotor 1 roll +right/-left, rotor 1 pitch +down/-up, rotor 1 collective +up/-down], [rotor 2 roll +right/-left,rotor 2 pitch +down/-up,rotor 2 collective +up/-down]] When yawing left and right, rotor 1 and 2 collective differ from each other. This is normal behaviour with coaxial rotors. Yawing right increase rotor 1 collective and decreases rotor 2 collective. Yawing left does the opposite. Rotor 1 in this example seems to be the bottom rotor.