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Eurocopter EC135

3,087 FlyingOtaku  2 months ago

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DESCIPTION

The Eurocopter EC135 (now Airbus Helicopters H135) is a twin-engine civil light utility helicopter produced by Airbus Helicopters (formerly known as Eurocopter). It is capable of flight under instrument flight rules (IFR) and is outfitted with a digital automatic flight control system (AFCS). First flying on 15 February 1994, it entered service in 1996 and 1,300 have been delivered up to January 2018 to 300 operators in 60 countries, accumulating over 4.5 million flight hours. It is mainly used for helicopter emergency medical services then for corporate transport, law enforcement, offshore wind and military flight training. Half of them are in Europe and a quarter in North America. The Eurocopter EC635 is a military variant.

Development

The EC135 started development prior to the formation of Eurocopter under Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm (MBB) under the designation Bo 108 in the 1970s. MBB developed it in partnership with Aérospatiale, the Bo 108 was initially intended to be a technology demonstrator, combining attributes of the successful MBB Bo 105 with new advances and an aerodynamically streamlined design.[2][3] Technologies included on the Bo 108 included the first full-authority digital engine controls (FADEC) on a helicopter, a hingeless main rotor, and the adoption of a new transmission.[2] The first prototype made its first flight on 17 October 1988, powered by two Allison 250-C20R/1 engines. A second Bo 108 followed on 5 June 1991, this time with two Turbomeca TM319-1B Arrius engines; unlike later production aircraft, both technology demonstrators flew with conventional tail rotors.[3]

CONTROLS:

NORMAL HELICOPTER CONTROLS

Collective Pitch = Throttle
AG1 = Spotlight on.        (VTOL/TRIM)
AG2 = Camera Controls (VTOL/TRIM)
AG3 = Lights
AG4 = Stabilize (slightly works)
AG5 = None
AG6 = None
AG7 = Open doors
AG8 = Open Sliding door
LandingGear = Engine off

KNOW ISSUES

  • When you stabilize she tends to go right. So I recommend you tilt a bit to the left

  • It's a bit accurate but I tried my best

NOTE

Sooo... This is my first helicopter project, I have a hard time making this, im also tired cuz' I spend my whole time making this (With breaks). Anyways I think thats all
WWRRRYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 37.1ft (11.3m)
  • Length 46.6ft (14.2m)
  • Height 15.3ft (4.7m)
  • Empty Weight -169,077lbs (-76,692kg)
  • Loaded Weight 8,180lbs (3,710kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 4.945
  • Wing Loading 89.4lbs/ft2 (436.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 91.5ft2 (8.5m2)
  • Drag Points 6248

Parts

  • Number of Parts 703
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    1,293 Numbers

    @ImABoe yep that’s correct I’m gonna miss that sweat sweat sound of the HH65H dolphin and the EC135

    2 months ago
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    3,087 FlyingOtaku

    @Numbers it's probably old that's y they gonna replace it

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    1,293 Numbers

    Victoria police uses one of these helicopters as a rapid response helicopter sadly tho the helicopter is going to be replaced as well as the HH65H dolphin helicopter with 3 new AW139 and 1beach king air from sky traders Australia

    2 months ago
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    😮!!!!!

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    @ImABoe you're welcome.

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    @Yourcrush thx

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    14.1k Yourcrush

    Awesomeness at it finest.

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