|Definition||:||Loss of Tail-rotor Effectiveness|
|Category||:||Transport & Travel » Air Transport|
What does LTE mean?
Loss of Tail-rotor Effectiveness (LTE) is a phenomenon that affects helicopters. LTE occurs when the tail rotor of a helicopter is exposed to wind forces that prevent it from carrying out its function and can result in the loss of aircraft control.
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||LTE||Long Term Evolution|
||LTE||Liquid Tension Experiment|
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of LTE in Helicopter Aerodynamics?
The full form of LTE is Loss of Tail-rotor Effectiveness