DLR Tests Multi-Swashplate Active Rotor

Credit: DLR
Active control of helicopter rotor blades can increase performance and reduce noise and vibration, but it is no easy task. Routing power and signals to actuators that operate under high loads on a fast-spinning rotor to drive flaps or other devices that control individual blades remains a challenge...

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