[Helobubbas] Here Is Our First Clear Look At Chinas Z-20F Seahawk Helicopter Clone (Updated)

Marc Liebman marc at marcliebman.com
Tue Oct 15 17:26:01 PDT 2019


Maybe I missed something, but the 60Bs and 60Hs I flew had four bladed heads.  The PLAN copy of the H-60 has five.  So the question is why?

Is it blade area to give more carrying capacity, reduce blade loading to get more speed, or is airfoil construction capabilities limiting airfoil shape?

Marc Liebman
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Subject: [Helobubbas] Here Is Our First Clear Look At Chinas Z-20F Seahawk Helicopter Clone (Updated)


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