New design of coaxial tilt rotor aircraft for future helicopter project of US Army

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 New design of coaxial tilt rotor aircraft for future helicopter project of US Army


Artist illustration of AVXs coaxial composite rotorcraft for the future long range assault aircraft project (flraa)

AVXs coaxial rotor platform design uses a dual ducted propulsion system, and AVX uses ducted propulsion systems for its U.S. Army new armed helicopter program (fara-cp). The coaxial aircraft design also has a back ramp and a highly flexible mission cargo or personnel Bay.

Kendall Goodman said AVX used this dual platform approach because the U.S. military requires the flraa to be a medium size aircraft, while the military wants it to be tiltrotor in some respects and coaxial in others. In the future, the design of flraa will be larger than the platform of the new army armed helicopter (fara-cp).

The coaxial counter propeller will provide more lift, while the tilt rotor will provide the speed the military wants. Therefore, tilt rotor aircraft will need more power to achieve these higher speeds.

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