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  • rotorcraft — [rōt′ərkraft΄, rōt′ərkräft΄] n. ROTARY WING AIRCRAFT: also rotor plane …   English World dictionary

  • Rotorcraft — A rotorcraft is a heavier than air flying machine that uses lift generated by wings that revolve around a mast called rotor blades. Several rotor blades mounted to a single mast is referred to as a rotor. Rotorcraft may also include the use of… …   Wikipedia

  • rotorcraft — noun (plural rotorcraft) Date: 1940 an aircraft (as a helicopter) whose lift is derived principally from rotating airfoils …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • rotorcraft — A heavier than air aircraft (an aerodyne) which throughout all or part of its flight derives the whole or part of its lift from rotor(s) rotating in a substantially horizontal plane. A helicopter is a rotorcraft …   Aviation dictionary

  • rotorcraft — /roh teuhr kraft , krahft /, n. a rotary wing aircraft. Also called rotor plane. [1950 55; ROTOR + CRAFT] * * * …   Universalium

  • rotorcraft — noun Any aircraft that obtains its lift from rotors …   Wiktionary

  • rotorcraft — noun (plural same) a rotary wing aircraft, such as a helicopter or autogiro …   English new terms dictionary

  • rotorcraft — ro•tor•craft [[t]ˈroʊ tərˌkræft, ˌkrɑft[/t]] n. aer. a rotary wing aircraft …   From formal English to slang

  • rotorcraft — /ˈroʊtəkraft/ (say rohtuhkrahft) noun → rotary wing aircraft. {rotor (def. 2) + (air)craft} …   Australian English dictionary

  • rotorcraft configuration — Arrangements of helicopter rotors. There are five main configurations: i. Single main rotor/tail rotor. In this arrangement, a main rotor provides vertical thrust and helicopter control while a small tail rotor fitted at the tail end of fuselage… …   Aviation dictionary

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