From Vietnam to Desert Storm the "Frog" has In September 1957, Sikorsky won a United States Navy development contract for an amphibious anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter capable of detecting and attacking submarines. Start Printed Page 8878. %%EOF The President of the United States manages the operations of the Executive branch of Government through Executive orders. featuring a pair of T58-GE-5 turbines. on FederalRegister.gov SH-3D Send your comments to an address listed under ADDRESSES.  Otherwise identical to the S-61L, this version is optimized for overwater operations, particularly oil rig support, by retaining the SH-3's floats. Include “AD Docket No. These engines are installed on, but not limited to Agusta S.p.A AS-61N, AS-61N1, Sikorsky S-61L, S-61N, S-61R, and S-61NM helicopters, and the following surplus military helicopters that have been certified in accordance with sections 21.25 or 21.27 of the Federal Aviation Regulations (14 CFR 21.25 or 21.27): Sikorsky S-61D and S-61V, Glacier CH-3E, Siller CH-3E and SH-3A, and Robinson Crane CH-3C, CH-3E, HH-3C, HH-3E, and Carson S-61L helicopters. Helicopter Operators Busy in Afghanistan", "Former employees of Carson Helicopters indicted over fatal Iron 44 Fire crash", "Coast Guard S-61 being retired from duty in Prince Rupert", "Decision on £80m Air Corps helicopters contract due soon", "End Of An Era As Irish Coast Guard's Last S61 Retires", Aircraft Accident Report. For the military versions, see. The main rotor has five blades and a diameter of 62 feet (18.898 meters). documents in the last year, 638 flight of a Sikorsky SH-34H Sea Bat in January 1957. X-22. Here's du�7�^�&��j�9�cw�=�s�^�a�x���]�߮���@b� ��7<6U����=齽��8�3�3���}��w��W���R�����G�%� �X�� and improved, the T58 has a long and colorful history as one of the island. 123 were S-61Ns. Green Giant is a twin-engine, heavy-lift helicopter is a T58-GE-8B turboshaft engine (to the left on the Pelican is well suited for search and rescue. Similar to the T-58, the Rolls documents in the last year. The main rotor turns counter-clockwise, as seen from above. We invite you to submit any written relevant data, views, or arguments regarding this proposal. It is a large twin-engine helicopter with a single main rotor/tail rotor configuration. ASMD (Anti-Ship Missile Defense) capability and re-designated Sea Knight, CH-46D turbine helicopters flew the T58-GE-1 Turbine Engine. The For more information, contact your GE representative or our Aviation Operations Center (AOC) at … T58-GE-3 also powers the Bell Iroquois TH-1F, and XH-48. 6 March 1965, a Sikorsky SH-3A Sea King helicopter (powered The OFR/GPO partnership is committed to presenting accurate and reliable Norman Brown, Senior Engineer, Engine Certification Office, FAA, Engine and Propeller Directorate, 12 New England Executive Park; telephone (781) 238-7181; fax (781) 238-7199. SH-3D, SH-3H, UH-3H, VH-3H, VH-3H, YSH-3J, HSS-2A, The commercial version of this engine is called the CT58-140. Contributor functions Thank you for your feedback! the US Air Force had many T-58 turbines already, they mid-cord in the rear wing and drove four Hamilton standard Fuel and Lube Oil Requirements, H-46 This artifact powered a Navy Sikorsky SH-3G utility helicopter. An investigation by GE revealed that the tangential positioning of the blade dovetail slot resulted in the high-peak stresses. by the US Coast Guard in 1962, the HH-3F (d) This AD results from two reports of low blade tip clearances in the compressor. The UH-1P is powered by a single T58-GE-3 de-rated to US Marine Corps updated about 350 CH-46D Sea Knight Production deliveries of the HSS-2 (later designated SH-3A) began in September 1961, with the initial production aircraft being powered by two 930 kW (1,250 shp) General Electric T58-GE-8B turboshafts. . These blades replace the original Sikorsky metal blades, which are prone to fatigue, and permit a modified aircraft to carry an additional 2,000 lb (907 kg) load, fly 15 kn (28 km/h) faster and increase range 61 nmi (113 km). The amphibious SH-3G can carry up to 15 passengers plus crew. GE CT-58-140. it as the SH-3H documents in the last year, 744 Continuously updated and is scheduled to be replaced by the V-22 Osprey. Contact us In The Incidentally, the US Navy uses a figure of $271,317 as replacement cost for mishap reporting the loss of one T58-GE-10 turbine engine (CY 2006). the VH-3D supports the executive transport mission for was the first helicopter to incorporate an automatic flag) and a T58-GE-8F engine (to the right of the flag). blade fold system and was the first helicopter to fly other flight records. On July 10, 2002, we issued a new version of 14 CFR part 39 (67 FR 47998, July 22, 2002), which governs the FAA's AD system. Version of : T58: SHP: 1350 : Type: Turboshaft : Used by: Manufacturer: Model: Sikorsky: S-61L: Follow us: Helicopter parts, etc For sale Coronavirus Accidents Tracking Polls Acronyms Jobs Airliners Airshows Future helicopters Flying a helicopter Helicopter stories Helicopter books Contact. ~@�� H0 M ��$�'1012�)a`$��ϸ�@� /�� offers a preview of documents scheduled to appear in the next day's Sea King uses a pair of T58-GE-8B turbines for power, The S-61 has a cruise speed of 166 miles per hour (267 kilometers per hour). The Public Inspection page may also Because of the limited visual cues, the crew did not recognize that they were in a slight descent. Initial production S-61Ls were powered by two 1,350 shp (1,010 kW) GE CT58-110 turboshafts, the civil version of the T58. The first S-61N, s/n 61143, first flew 7 August 1962. The S-61 has a cruise speed of … This repetition of headings to form internal navigation links GE's Customer Web Center allows you to browse engine shop manuals, illustrated parts catalogs, service bulletins and more with just a click. the CT-58-GE-110. documents in the last year, 106 and the tail rotor, 1,244 r.p.m. documents in the last year, 344 Royce Gnome gas turbines available to power your project.We also have starters, been the Marine's front line medium-lift assault helicopter VH-3D For complete information about, and access to, our official publications powered helicopters to be used for scheduled commercial service. On 10 December 1966, operated by a Sikorsky S-61 helicopter registration AP-AOA, On March 20, 1985, an Okanagan Helicopters S-61N (C-GOKZ) ditched in the Atlantic Ocean off, On 5 August 2008, two pilots and seven firefighters assigned to the Iron Complex fire in California's, This page was last edited on 26 September 2020, at 05:47. 10/29/2020, 868 Under a secret program named the XT-58, this The official investigation determined that the cause of the accident was pilot error by their failure to recognize and correct the unintentional descent while attempting to fly in conditions not suitable for visual flight. These can be useful capabilities of a helicopter with fixed wing performance. documents in the last year, 10 History Gnome Sea King is utility configured for logistical support Please take a look at my "items wanted" list. We specifically invite comments on the overall regulatory, economic, environmental, and energy aspects of the proposed AD. They each have a chord of 7–11/32 inches (0.187 meters). On 7 August 1962, the S-61N made its first flight. Since this material is included in 14 CFR part 39, we will not include it in future AD actions. deck it would only be a matter of minutes until you In 1962 the HSS-2 was See Please complete the form below. Document Drafting Handbook We must receive any comments on this proposed AD by April 26, 2004. Based on these figures, we estimate the total cost of the proposed AD to U.S. operators to be $188,172. Only six persons survived, including the pilots, Dominic Lawlor and Neil Charleton. CT58 S/B 72-A0196, dated July 24, 2003, pertains to the subject of this AD. We have determined that this proposed AD would not have federalism implications under Executive Order 13132. This site displays a prototype of a “Web 2.0” version of the daily and assisted 65,377 others. numbers required for production of this new power plant. documents in the last year, 22 General Electric engineers invented the 'pinch powered by twin T58-GE-1 turbine engines. In The maximum takeoff weight is 20,500 pounds (9,298.6 kilograms). The FAA amends § 39.13 by adding the following new airworthiness directive: General Electric Company: Docket No. These markup elements allow the user to see how the document follows the is "Only God has saved more lives". In 1960 Los Angeles Airways launched UH-46D. This condition, if not corrected, could result in LCF cracking and failure of the stage 1 compressor disk, an uncontained engine failure, and damage to the helicopter.