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Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission Program

Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission Program

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Published by Lewis Research Center in [Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerodynamic configurations.,
  • Aircraft configurations.,
  • Helicopter design.,
  • Helicopter propeller drive.,
  • Mechanical drives.,
  • Noise reduction.,
  • Rotary wing aircraft.,
  • Transmissions (Machine elements)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert C. Bill.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 103276., AVSCOM technical report -- 90-C-015.
    ContributionsLewis Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16131237M

    The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is an Army-funded, joint Army/NASA program to develop and demonstrate lightweight, quiet, durable drivetrain systems for next generation rotorcraft. AD-A24 0 SEPO 4 IU9 Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission C c (ART) Program-Boeing Helicopters Status Report KO Joseph W. Lenski, Jr. Boeing Defense and Space Group. .

    On , Boeing Helicopters was awarded a contract by the U.S. Army Aviation Systems Command (AVSCOM) and the NASA Lewis Research Center to conduct the. The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is structured to incorporate key emerging material and component technologies into an advanced rotorcraft transmission with the intention of making significant improvements in the state of the art (SOA).

    Work performed by the McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company and Lucas Western, Inc. within the U.S. Army/NASA Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program is summarized. The design of a horsepower transmission for a next generation advanced attack helicopter is described. Government goals for the program were to define technology and detail design the ART to meet, as a minimum, a . Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program Status Authors / Details: Robert Bossler, Lucas Western, Inc.; Gregory Heath, McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company.


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Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission Program (ART) Paperback – by Joseph W. Lenski Jr (Author)Author: Joseph W. Lenski Jr. The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is structured to incorporate key emerging material and component technologies into an advanced rotorcraft transmission with the intention of.

The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program was initiated to advance the state of the art for rotorcraft transmissions.

The goal of the ART Program was to develop and demonstrate the technologies needed to reduce transmission weight by 25 pct. and reduce noise by 10 dB while obtaining a hr 'mean time between failure'.

Get this from a library. Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission Program (A.R.T.): final report. [Joseph W Lenski; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. The effort undertaken by Boeing Defense & Space Group, Helicopters Division, to conduct the Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (A.R.T.) program is summarized.

This ART program is a joint Army/NASA program to develop and demonstrate lightweight, quiet, durable drivetrain systems for next generation rotorcraft.

ART addresses the drivetrain requirements of two distinct next generation aircraft classes: (1) Future air attack vehicle, a 10, to 20, lb aircraft capable of undertaking tactical support and air-to-air missions; (2) Advanced cargo.

The current status of the Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is reviewed. The discussion includes a general configuration and face gear description, weight analysis, stress analysis, reliability analysis, acoustic analysis, face gear testing, and planned torque split testing. The Advanced the hr ART program goal, the hr figure Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program was ini- is approximately four times greater than the base- tiated to address these needs and advance the line and was a difficult goal to achieve for a heavy state-of-the-art for rotorcraft transmissions.

The lift vehicle. The objectives of the Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission program were to achieve a 25 percent weight reduction, a 10 dB noise reduction, and a 5, hour mean time between removals (MTBR).

A three engine Army Cargo Aircraft (ACA) of 85, pounds gross weight was used as the : National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA. Bell Helicopter Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program: final report / [Zachary S.

Henry]. Author. Henry, Zachary S. Other Authors. United States. Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission Program Authors / Details: R.C. Bill, Propulsion Directorate, U.S. Army AVSCOM. Abstract. The U.S. Army/NASA Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is charged with developing and demonstrating a light, quiet, and durable drivetrain for next-generation rotorcraft in two classes: a 10, Future Attack Air Vehicle capable of both tactical ground support and air-to-air missions, and a 60, lb Advanced Cargo Aircraft, for heavy-lift field-support.

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Our simulation software features selective fidelity for a range of applications. Get this from a library. Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program summary. [T L Krantz; Jules G Kish; United States. Army Aviation Systems Command.; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

Work performed by the McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Company and Lucas Western, Inc. within the U.S. Army/NASA Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program is summarized.

The design of a horsepower transmission for a next generation advanced attack helicopter is described. Future rotorcraft transmissions require key emerging material and component technologies using advanced and innovative design practices in order to meet the requirements for a reduced weight to power ratio, a decreased noise level, and a substantially increased reliability.

The specific goals for the future rotorcraft transmission when compared with a current state-of-the-art transmission. The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) Program was initiated to advance the state of the art for rotorcraft transmissions. The goal of the ART Program was to develop and demonstrate the technologies needed to reduce transmission weight by 25 pct and reduce noise by 10 dB while obtaining a hr 'mean time between failure'.

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Advanced rotorcraft transmission program The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program is an Army-funded, joint Army/NASA program to develop and demonstrate lightweight, quiet, durable drivetrain systems for next generation rotorcraft.

ART addresses the drivetrain requirements of two distinct next generation aircraft classes: Future Air Attack Vehicle, a 10, to. Get this from a library. Bell Helicopter Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program: final report. [Zachary S Henry; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

The objectives of the Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission program were to achieve a 25% weight reduction, a 10 dB noise reduction, and a 5, hour mean time between removals (MTBR).

A three engine Army Cargo Aircraft (ACA) of 85, pound gross weight was used as the baseline. Preliminary designs were conducted of split path and split torque transmissions to evaluate weight, reliability, and .The principal objectives of the ART program are briefly reviewed, and the results of advanced technology component tests are summarized.

The tests discussed include noise reduction by active cancellation, hybrid bidirectional tapered roller bearings, improved bearing life theory and friction tests, transmission lube study with hybrid bearings, and precision near-net-shape forged spur gears.The Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission (ART) program was an Army funded program to advance the state-of-the-art in helicopter transmissions.

The program was directed and managed by the Army Aviation Systems Command Propulsion Director-ate and the NASA Mechanical Systems Technology Branch, both of the Lewis.