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V-22 Osprey Multimission Tilt-rotor Aircraft

V-22 Osprey Multimission Tilt-rotor AircraftThe V-22 Osprey is a joint-service, medium-lift, multimission tilt-rotor aircraft developed by Boeing and Bell Helicopters. Boeing is amenable for the fuselage, landing gear, avionics, electrical and hydraulic systems, achievement and aerial qualities. Bell Helicopter Textron is amenable for the addition and nacelle, propulsion, rotor, appendage (complete appendage system), ramp, overwing allowance and the dynamics.

The aircraft operates as a helicopter if demography off and landing vertically. The nacelles circle 90° advanced already airborne, converting the aircraft into a turboprop aircraft.

The aircraft can accommodate VTOL (vertical abandonment and landing) with a burden of 24 troops, or 6,000lb of burden at 430nm action range, or VTOL with a burden of 8,300lb of burden for a ambit of 220nm.

The helicopter is self-deployable worldwide, with a bear ambit over 2,100nm. Normal operating ambit is up to 1,100nm.

The tilt-rotor aircraft is accessible in three configurations: the Action Advance and Advance Abutment MV-22 for the USMC and the US Army; the all-embracing appropriate operations CV-22 for US Appropriate Operations Command (US SOCOM); and the US Navy HV-22, for action seek and rescue, appropriate warfare and agile logistic support.

The V-22 is absolutely shipboard compatible, with the world's aboriginal complete brand bend and addition stowage system. It is able to accomplish off all US Navy L-class amphibian ships, the LHA/LHD advance carriers, and can be stowed on full-size CV/CVN carriers. For stowage, the wings are rotated to lie aloft and alongside to the assembly to actualize a bunched ellipsoidal volume.

The automated addition and rotor folding sequence, which can be completed in 90 abnormal in a 60kt wind, is as follows: the aircraft acreage in helicopter mode; the two outboard blades of anniversary rotor are bankrupt inboard; the nacelles are rotated advanced to cruise mode; and the wings are rotated by 90° clockwise.

The aircraft is powered by two Rolls-Royce AE1107C turboshaft engines rated at 4,586kW best connected power.

The engines are adapted with full-authority agenda cyberbanking ascendancy (FADEC) supplied by Lucas Aerospace, advancement analog cyberbanking ascendancy system, and blaze aegis arrangement from Systron Donner.

A manual interconnect shaft provides single-engine operation. The thermal signature of the aircraft is minimised with an AiResearch bittersweet discharge abolishment unit, installed on the nacelles abreast the engine exhaust.

The absolute rotor, manual and engine nacelles angle through 90° in advanced circling and are directed assiduously for advanced flight, and through 7° 30' in aft circling for vertical take-off and landing