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PostPosted: Sun Mar 23, 2008 1:44 pm    Post subject: Helicopter statistics school assignment Reply with quote

Hey everyone..I decided to post here too..anyway Ive recieved an email from my collegge professor containing an excel file..basically a diagram which contains numerous helicopters like the dragonfly, flyrt, AH-64 Apache and others..some alreday have speed info on them..while some have other features already filled in..so can someone help me with this..?can i send this email and can anyone complete it for me..for an expert this should require couple of minutes of work..or if you cant do it..at least point me to a site that is specialised in helicopter statistics..ty!=)
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 3:22 pm    Post subject: Statistics Reply with quote

Rokkec

There is no single site I know of where you can obtain operating specifications for All helicopters.
I would suggest that you pick one at a time and use a search engine like Google to locate what you need to know.
You were not exactly specific in what you were looking for.

A manufacturer's site often has specifications for each helicopter they put together and would be an ideal place to start.

Bye the way, if this is your assignment from the Professor, maybe you should think about doing it yourself ?
Gather the data and I am sure another college bud can enter it for you in the "spreadsheet".

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