Definition of Rotor shaft

1. Noun. The axis around which the major rotor of a helicopter turns.

Exact synonyms: Rotor Head
Generic synonyms: Axis, Axis Of Rotation
Group relationships: Main Rotor



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotor Shaft

rotodome
rotodomes
rotodynamic
rotogravure
rotogravures
rotolo
rotolos
rotometers
rotomolded
rotomoulded
roton
rotor
rotor blade
rotor coil
rotor head
rotor shaft (current term)
rotorcraft
rotorcrafts
rotors
rotos
rotoscoliosis
rotoscope
rotoscoped
rotoscopes
rotoscopic
rotoscoping
rototill
rototilled
rototiller
rototillers

Literary usage of Rotor shaft

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Automobile Ignition, Starting, and Lighting: A Comprehensive Analysis of the by Charles Brian Hayward (1922)
"There is no mechanical or electrical connection between the windings and the rotor shaft, nor between the laminated blocks of the rotor and the windings. ..."

2. Internal Combustion Engines, Theory and Design: A Text Book on Gas- and Oil by Robert Leroy Streeter (1915)
"The stationary part is adjustable to a certain degree by rotary motion around the rotor shaft, so that the time of closing the circuit, and hence the ..."

3. Motor Vehicles and Their Engines: A Practical Handbook on the Care, Repair by Edward Smith Fraser, Ralph B. Jones (1922)
"If it is revolved clockwise it will next reach position B and fewer lines of magnetic force will flow through the rotor shaft. When it has revolved to ..."

4. Automotive Ignition Systems by Earl Lester Consoliver, Grover Ira Mitchell (1920)
"The two rotor blocks are placed at right angles to each other some distance apart on the rotor shaft. The space between the blocks is occupied by the coil ..."

5. Automotive Ignition Systems by Earl Lester Consoliver, Grover Ira Mitchell (1920)
"The two rotor blocks are placed at right angles to each other some distance apart on the rotor shaft. The space between the blocks is occupied by the coil ..."

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