By Z. Patek, L. Smrcek
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RIPCORD CABLE ROUTING The routing of the ripcord cable from the handle to the pin determines where the lanyard connects to the cable. Most RSL attachments connect with the ripcord cable either at the yoke area or just above the ripcord pin. Generally, there is a double ring installation where the cable end of the lanyard is located. [Figure 2-53] On this particular installation, the connection is at the shoulder yoke area. yard is stiffened with a short piece of coated cable and stowed in two pockets located on the yoke area.
This design has the pilot chute packed in the container, which is locked with a straight locking pin attached to a short lanyard and handle. [Figure 2-42] This handle is usually mounted on the bottom corner of the HAND DEPLOY PILOT CHUTES The hand deploy pilot chute was invented by Bill Booth in 1976. There are two types of hand deploy designs. One is the throw-out pilot chute (TOP) configuration. This is the type where the pilot chute pulls the locking pin located on the bridle. [Figure 2-40] The original design had the pilot chute pouch mounted on the belly band.
Ring, harness, replaceable, 3-ring. Specification: Commercial Proof load: 2500 lb Identification: RW-6 Common use: Replaceable 3-ring harness ring Comment: Replaces soft RW-1/82 and 83 harness rings. Figure 3-73. Ring, harness, mini. Specification: Commercial Proof load: 2500 lb Identification: 444, RW-8 Common use: 3-ring harness ring Comment: Sport harnesses. qxd 5/13/05 8:03 AM Page 3-21 Figure 3-74. Ring, quick fit. Specification: Commercial Proof load: 2500 lb Identification: 555, RI-1 Common use: Sport student harness, pilot emergency harness Comment: N/A Figure 3-76.
Aerodynamic characteristics of multi-surface aircraft configurations by Z. Patek, L. Smrcek