teetering hinge

teetering hinge
A hinge connecting a rotor blade to the hub and about which the blade rises and falls (i.e., flaps during its rotation). This permits the equalization of lift (or rotor thrust) between the advancing-blade half and the retreating-blade half of the rotor disc.

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