MRB

(redirected from Main Rotor Blade)
AcronymDefinition
MRBMartinsburg, WV (regional airport)
MRBMalaysian Rubber Board
MRBMissing Right Bracket
MRBMultiple Resolution Bitmap
MRBMajor River Basin
MRBMaterial Review Board
MRBMaintenance Review Board (Commercial Aircraft Industry and FAA)
MRBMedical Review Board
MRBMortgage Revenue Bonds (secondary mortgage financial instrument)
MRBMerit Review Board (various organizations)
MRBMultiple-Resolution Bitmap
MRBManagement Review Board
MRBMississippi River Bridge (Illinois and Missouri Departments of Transportation)
MRBMeal Replacement Bar (nutrition)
MRBMaterial Record Book (various companies)
MRBMain Rotor Blade
MRBMystic Roots Band (band)
MRBMarine Royale Britannique (French: British Royal Navy)
MRBMotorized Rifle Battalion
MRBMooring Riser Buoy (off-shore oil production)
MRBMerit Rating Board (Massachusetts)
MRBMission Requirements Board
MRBMassachusetts Rating Bureau
MRBMaximum Reservable Bandwidth
MRBMarinated Raw Breaded (chicken)
MRBMelbourne Rainbow Band (Melbourne, Australia)
MRBMouse Rebinder (program for changing mouse keys)
MRBManufacturing Record Book
MRBManual Resuscitation Bag
MRBMost Reliable Basis
MRBMalfunction Review Board
MRBMandrivausers Romanian Backports (Mandrivausers Romania Project)
MRBManagement Reserve Budget
MRBMuslim Royal Brotherhood
MRBMike Renick Band (Cape Girardeau, MO band)
MRBMaster Reference Buoy
MRBMessage Relay Box
MRBMedical Recruiting Brigade (US Army)
MRBMADS Resource Board
MRBMaster Record Boot
MRBMedium Response Boat
MRBMateriel Requirements Branch
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You might think a 12-gauge shotgun would be a better choice for aerial hog control, but a full load of buckshot hitting a main rotor blade would mean immediate disaster and most likely death for all involved.
This will relieve pressure and apply upward force on the blade pin while leading and lagging the main rotor blade.
One main rotor blade exhibited damage approximately a foot from the rotor tip.
The AAIB said available evidence indicated the accident followed a main rotor blade strike on the tailboom, probably caused by excessively low main rotor speed.
Their helicopter burst into flames after its main rotor blade hit a sand dune.
Mechanics, using the right tool to remove your Black Hawk main rotor blade pins is the right way to do the job.
The main rotor blade was found to have struck the tail in the final stages of the flight.