Vibration can cause some adverse effects on helicopter rotor blades. It can damage the integrity of the rotors, decrease the life expectancy of components, safety issues and more. Luckily thanks to new technologies and engineering there is an overall reduction in the level of vibrations, but not enough to not manage. >/p>
Currently with today’s newer models the vibration levels are still higher than the levels that are registered from a jet-engine. While the levels of vibration are not likely ever to completely be eliminated there are steps that can be taken to minimize them substantially.
Vital to the safe operation of any flight machinery is regular maintenance activities using reliable equipment to gauge the need for maintenance. Identifying the issue is the first step in taking care of the issue.
Helicopter Vibration Analysis
Getting that vibration level down starts with
What Is Structured Cabling?
Structured cabling is an important part of telecommunications infrastructure, and it serves a lot of different uses such as computer data transport and telephone services. Structured cabling services are defined by ownership points. It starts with service providers and the number of lines needed, then a point of demarcation is reached. This is considered the stopping point, and the place where the structured cabling company connects the lines.
Every structured cabling system is different from the next, this is due largely to:
- The structure in which the cable is being installed in.
- The type of connection products.
- The specific function of the cabling that is being installed.
- They types of equipment that the structured cabling will be used to support, both initially and in the future.