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  1. Hi there! How do you adjust the volume of the GONG that rings in the headset every time an alarm comes ON on the warning panel? Ive read that it goes through the AMS44 but it cant be adjusted individually. Its just very loud compared to all other communication systems in the aircraft. I checked the VEMD as well but I didnt see anything about the volume adjustment... Anyone here could help me please?
  2. !!!Opportunity!!! Are you looking for a possibility to build affordable hours? We are offering time building on AS350 ferry flights through Europe: hourbuilding@wucher.at
  3. Looking at both aircraft you do not spot any major differences, my guess is the engine has been upgraded, the avionics, anything else? Is the airframe made of a new materials? I'm doing a project comparing the innovations made in helicopters in the last 40 years. Thanks.
  4. What is the Servo Flap and How Does it Work? The servo flap is a small airfoil located at about 75 percent span of the rotor blade, situated on the trailing edge of each rotor blade. These flaps are controlled by the pilot through push-pull control rods and their function is similar to that of an elevator on fixed wing airplanes. Moving the trailing edge of the flap upward moves the leading edge of the main rotor blade up. This increases the rotor pitch or the lift in very much the same manner as the elevator, on a fixed wing aircraft, changes the angle of attack on the wing. Thus the helicopter pilot can cause the angle of attack of the flap to increase or decrease in pitch, causing the helicopter to alternately dive or climb. So with that said why isn't it used more?
  5. What is the advantage to the Eurocopter "starflex" rotorhub used on the as350 and as365?
  6. Curious as to why some helicopters, bell 407, 429, as365, ec135, ec145 have fins at the end of the horizontal stabilizers and so many others like the as350, ec120, ec130, uh 1, have regular horizontal stabilizers. If the advantages to the fins at the end of stabilizer is so great why don't all helicopters have them? And it seems like most attack helicopters, ah 1, ah 64, mi 24 hind have conventional stabilizers. Sorry if this question seems stupid I'm just trying to learn as much as I can. A lot of this I can't get from my already massive helicopter book collection
  7. I hope someone can help me. I'm working on a project comparing operating costs. I'm have a real hard time getting info for the AS350 B2. Can anybody give me an estimated direct operating cost per hour as well as a reserve for overhaul per hour? Just an estimate for west coast usa flying 500 - 1500 asl. Thank you, Mark
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