Lockheed Model 286

 

 

 

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Overview
Parent type Lockheed XH-51
Variant *No Variant assigned
Design authority Lockheed-California Company
Primary manufacturer Lockheed-California Company
Key Characteristics
Operational status Out of service
Max gross weight (ground)   256 2,132 kg 4,700 lb
Crew 1
Seating arrangement Side-by-side
Configuration
VTOL type Helicopter
Compound type None
Lift configuration Single main rotor
Control device type Tail rotor
Features
Number of engines 1
Number of propulsors 0
Number of lift devices 1
Number of control devices 1

Lockheed Model 286

 

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Vertiflite articles featuring the Lockheed Model 286

Vertiflite, January 1969

Lockheed's Model 286 "Puts the Fun Back Into Flying"

 

 

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US patents related to the Lockheed Model 286 issued since 1975:

 


PAT. NO. Title
1 9,449,488 Object recognition and notification
2 6,641,365 Optimum speed tilt rotor
3 6,007,298 Optimum speed rotor


 

Google Books related to the Lockheed Model 286

 

Helicopter Aerodynamics Volume II

Ray Prouty

2009-08-01 - Lulu.com

This is a collection of the Ray Prouty's columns in Rotor and Wing and American Helicopter Society's Vertiflite magazine from 1992 to 2004.

 

Aircraft Fatigue

J. Y. Mann
I. S. Milligan

2013-10-22 - Elsevier

Aircraft Fatigue: Design, Operational and Economic Aspects contains the proceedings of the ""Symposium on Aircraft Fatigue—Design, Operational and Economic Aspects,"" held in Melbourne, Australia, on May 22-24, 1967. The papers explore the design and operational aspects of the fatigue problem in general aviation and transport aircraft, as well as the economic aspects of the fatigue problem as it affects both operators and manufacturers. This book is comprised of 21 chapters and begins with a description of an approach to structural reliability analysis based on order statistics and the expected time to first failure in a fleet of specified magnitude, along with its application to structures subject to progressive fatigue damage. The following chapters deal with structural load measurement and analysis; design and certification programs for a wide range of aircraft types including the Anglo-French and American civil supersonic transports; acoustic fatigue; and the design of joints. The detection of fatigue cracks in service and the effects of fatigue on the cost of design and operation of aircraft are also discussed. This monograph will be a useful resource for aircraft and aeronautical engineers as well as officials of civil aviation.

 

Lockheed Horizons

Author information not available.

1982

Book description not available.

 

Jane's All the World's Aircraft

Frederick Thomas Jane

1979

Book description not available.

 

AIAA Aircraft Design Systems Meeting: 92-4251

Author information not available.

1992

Book description not available.

 

Lockheed

Gil Cefaratt

2002 - Turner Publishing Company

Book description not available.

 

Flight International

Author information not available.

1969

Book description not available.

 

Alabama Warbird Survivors 2003

Harold Skaarup

2002-11-13 - iUniverse

Some of the finest military warbirds in American aviation history are still flying in the Southern State of Alabama. Many of them are on display in a number of excellent air museums, or they have been mounted on pylons to stand as memorials to the many military aviators who called Alabama home. This handbook is designed to provide aviation enthusiasts with a simple locating guide on where to find Alabamaýs retired warbirds within the state. Many of the aircraft can be found in the Southern Museum of Flight, Birmingham; the United States Army Aviation Museum; the US Space and Rocket Center at Huntsville; Battleship Memorial Park at Mobile; Maxwell AFB Park at Montgomery; or in the hands of private owners and collectors. The handbook provides photographs of many of the aircraft preserved in Alabama, along with a brief description and history of its service within the US armed forces. The aircraft are listed alphabetically by manufacturer, number and aircraft type. Famous aircraft found on display in Alabama include the Lockheed A-12 Blackbird, and a number of very rare flying machines such as the gigantic one of a kind Boeing Vertol XCH-62 Heavy Lift Helicopter not found in other aviation museums.

 

Flying Magazine

Author information not available.

1967-10

Book description not available.

 

Aircraft fatigue: design, operational, and economic aspects

International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue
Australia. Dept. of Supply

1972-01-01 - Pergamon

Book description not available.

 

 

Lockheed Model 286

 

 
 

Lockheed Model 286

Aircraft Notes

Ref. Author(s) Title Source Date Type
256 FAA Type Certificate Data Sheet No. H5WE Rev. 2 FAA TCDS web site July 23, 2012 Website