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Why does a model airplane fly ? Tips for beginners

Technical contribution video to the topic "Why does a model airplane fly?". Tips for newcomers and beginners. How to optimize ? Aircraft & Thermal flying. Buoyancy, resistance, demolition, polar, thermal
detection, speed, wind and lee types, circular flow, transition point, laminar flow, turbulent flow, thermal on slopes and in the plane, buoyancy coefficient, resistance coefficient, etc.

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Video content / Playlist

  • Introduction to the expert presentation in the model flight basic principles and subtleties.
    Contribution to the content of the following presentations from model pilots to model pilots on the purpose and goal.

  • The basis for the buoyancy: static, dynamic buoyancy, ...
    Static and dynamic buoyancy, which is important to understand all lectures.

  • Resistance, shape resistance, lift on the profile
    Explanation of the resistances and buoyancy on different profiles.

  • Profiles, buoyancy, resistance and buoyancy distribution on wings
    The relationship between resistance and buoyancy is explained in different airfoil shapes.

  • The angle of attack, laminar to turbulent flow on the bearing surface
    Laminar flow, transfer point, circular flow, turbulent flow, buoyancy loss, ...

  • Resistance coefficient and drive coefficient in dependence
    The buoyancy is increased as the angle of attack increases and the resistance decreases.

  • Induced resistance. The flight axes, negative turn moment
    Replacement of negative pressure and overpressure at the end of the wing. Winglets and other measures.

  • Rudder effect on profile and impact. Negative reversing moment.
    The negative torque, always control over three axes, why? Further lectures on the content.

  • Flight behavior
    Stable, indifferent, unstable flight behavior

  • Thermal flying, optimally flying between the beards, RC-OLC knowledge
    Flying on slope, thermal on slope and plain, ground condition, using LUV and LEE maps correctly

  • Video explanation to the secrets
    Tips and tricks to the "very fast flying in RC-OLC" freely and openly explained by Stephan Eich.

Details

Topic
Why does a model airplane fly ?

Place
Berlin, Germany

Date
05.03.2012

Videos
149 min. in Full-HD

Photos
none

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Stephan Eich

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