Excell Weight & Balance

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Excell Weight & Balance

Postby helothere » Fri Aug 1 2008, 22:38

Thanks to AEROLOGISTICS
AS350B2 C of G

Thanks to Becker Helicopters
A109E Loadsheet
AS350D Loadsheet


Thanks to Hevilift
AS350BA C of G
AS355 C of G
76 C of G
B212 C of G

Thanks to Heliaust
R22 W&B
R44 W&B
Bell 206 W&B
Bell 206L W&B
Bell 407 W&B
AS350B2 W&B

Thanks to member jbl
R22 W&B
Hughes 300 W&B

Thanks to Bront
AS350B2 W&B - with easier fuel amount


If you have any loadsheets you'd like to share, please send them to bs at bladeslapper dot com or PM me, ta.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby heli_79 » Mon Oct 26 2009, 07:24

Any for MD 500 D or E aircraft?

I have tried another download in another post but having trouble downloading to the lappy!

thanks in advance,

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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby mdav » Tue Oct 27 2009, 03:28

Good start, Does anyone have a EC120 version, i could really do with that.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby frenchforwindow » Tue Oct 27 2009, 23:59

sure...here you go :)
regards.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby mdav » Wed Oct 28 2009, 03:13

Excelent
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby Islandheli » Wed Oct 28 2009, 05:36

Thanks to you all, who have submitted their work.
It is a nice change to see that we can all work together for the better.

Snuck out from work this morning and me at the CP Ian and an Island old boy (LT) managed 5 snapper!!!
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby oldrotorhead » Wed Oct 28 2009, 07:42

Congratulations to all those who have developed these spreadsheets - (I wish I had the smarts of some of you young blokes) and thanks to those who have submitted them for us to use. Without dampening your enthusiasm, however ( and don't shoot the bloody messenger here; ie me), you may be interested or even dismayed to know that CASA do not approve carte blanche use of these methods of W&B and CG calculations unless the particular system has been specifically checked and approved by an appropriate CASA delegate. It's all to do, apparently, with CAR 138 which mandates the use of the Flight Manual unless CASA otherwise approves. (I personally reckon that's a pretty long bow to draw but I'm not a lawyer, eh - I reckon the other regs which simply require you to ensure you are not outside weight and CG limits are the more applicable ones)
This may not be the CASA view everywhere but I can tell you, that at least here in southern Queensland, if you were asked on a ramp check or audit to show your CG computation and you produced such a spread sheet as your answer, irrespective of how accurate it was or even if you were to say that the figures are straight out of the Flight Manual, they will still take a dim view of it if it is not "approved" as per above.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby frenchforwindow » Fri Nov 13 2009, 03:33

Note :
The use of Excel spreadsheets are acceptable provided they meet the following:
Authorised by an approved Weight Control Authority - CAO 20.16.1 para 2
Information critical to the operation is password protected:
Acft BEW
Longitudinal and Lateral Arms etc.
The only things that should be changeable are:
Fuel loads
Pax weights etc, the things that are different for each flight.

The Weight Control Authority person will be able to give better information. It will have to be promulgated in the Ops Man that you use an electronic means of W&B including the version number.

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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby helothere » Fri Nov 13 2009, 20:44

A request via PM -

...don't suppose you could ask the guy that did the Heliaust ones to make the Bell 407 one plot the c of g on the graph like to other ones do?
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby helibird » Thu Dec 10 2009, 06:52

Have you found your 500 D & E? Have been developing them at the moment. Might be able to help with anymore you need, just need the load sheets with the graphs and I can make them up for you.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby Team Player » Thu Dec 10 2009, 07:13

MD 500 D & E spreadsheet would be handy if anyone can help
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby helibird » Fri Dec 11 2009, 05:28

Give me a few days and I will have the 500 ones for you or if you have a particular machine, email me the loading details and i will make them up for you.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby RatioCination » Fri Dec 11 2009, 11:43

Does anyone have a B206 b3 version completely in kilos, not lbs please? (I know I can convert at the end, however I'm looking for one that is Weight (kilos) X Arm = Moment. Many thanks.
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby helibird » Wed Dec 16 2009, 06:27

Hi,
I wrote this over the weekend from the 500D Manual.
I haven't locked the sheet down just in case you want to add the correct data from the individual load sheet.
The calculations work but please check the inputted data before use.
Any more needed?
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby andronicus » Thu May 13 2010, 03:30

To Whom it may concern,

I when I try and download the 44 W&B it doesn't show up in the folder I try and put it in, I have microsoft works spreadsheet,, not excel.

Not all that savvy on computers.

Any ideas?

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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby If I Was A Bird » Fri May 14 2010, 01:53

A bit difficult to say with the limited info you give. You say the file does not show up in the folder you try and put it in. Does this mean you have downloaded it ok and then try to move it somewhere and loose it?

I suggest downloading it again but save it to somewhere like your desktop so you can find the file easily. You should be able to open it up if you follow the instructions on either of these websites

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933428
http://www.microsoft.com/products/works/more/worktogether.mspx

I hope this helps :D
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby flying emu » Mon Nov 22 2010, 02:06

Hi All,

Looking for a Bell 407 weight and balance spreadsheet, with C of G plotted on graph....

Thanks :D
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby HeliSAJ » Mon Jun 27 2011, 21:32

Hi All, I am looking for a Hughes 520N weight & balance program, can anyone help?
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby GBC » Wed Oct 5 2011, 01:38

Anyone got a W&B for B412?
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Re: Excell Weight & Balance

Postby CYHeli » Wed Oct 5 2011, 02:05

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Agusta A109AII
Agusta A109E
Agusta A119 and AW119 MK II
Agusta-Westland AW139
Bell 205A-1 and 205A-1 with STC SH5977NM
Bell 206B3 Jet Ranger
Bell 206L Long Ranger (L, L1, L3, and L4 models)
Bell 212
Bell 407
Bell 412
Bell 429
Schweizer/Hughes 269C/300C
Eurocopter AS350BA, B2 and B3 Squirrel
Eurocopter AS355 N, NP, F1 and F2 twin Squirrel
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Eurocopter BK117 C-1
Eurocopter EC120B Colibri
Eurocopter EC130 B4
Eurocopter EC135 P2
Eurocopter EC155 B1
Enstrom 280FX
Enstrom 480B
Boeing CH-47 Chinook
Cabri G2
MD500D (Model 369D)
MD530F-Plus (369FF)
MD600N
MBB105 LS A3
Schweizer 333 (also known as Schweizer Model
269D Config A)
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