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Vuistregels Elektrovliegtuigen 
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Post Number:#1 Vuistregels Elektrovliegtuigen
Toe te passen vuistregels bij verschillend soorten toestellen:

Van .... tot 8 gr/dm? voor - vrijevlucht indoor
Van 8 tot 15 gr/dm? voor - vrijevlucht outdoor
Van 15 tot 30 gr/dm? voor - RC indoor
Van 30 tot 45 gr/dm? voor - lichte zwevers en 3D kunstvlucht
Van 40 tot 65 gr/dm? voor - trainers en kunstvlucht
Van 60 tot 75 gr/dm? voor - all weer en kunstvlucht
Van 65 tot 80 gr/dm? voor - jagers en hotliners
Van 70 tot 90 gr/dm? voor - snelle kisten

Groetjes ReneDL

Uit je fouten kan je leren <<Hoe sneller je ze maakt hoe meer tijd je hebt om ze te herstellen >>

31 May 2010, 14:56
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Bedankt voor de kostbare tip Rene. :respect:

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14 Jun 2010, 03:35
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Post Number:#3 Re: Vuistregels Elektrovliegtuigen
Hier is een heel interessante calculator, deze berekend ook de "Cubic wing loading", Deze waarde is eigenlijk veel interessanter dan de gewone wingload.

A reference that is not dependent on the aircraft size is the cubic wing loading,
which is calculated dividing the weight by the wing area raised to the 1.5 power.
For instance, the full scale Cessna has a cubic loading of about 13 oz/cu.ft, which
puts it at the high end of a scale model category regardless of size.

Different types of model aircraft may have different cubic wing loadings (oz/cu.ft)
as shown below:

Model Type Cubic Loading
Sail and Park Flyer: 4 to 7
Sport and Trainer: 7 to 9
Pylon and Scale: up to 13
Electric Ducted Fan: up to 25

Beginners are advised to choose cubic wing loading values no greater than 8, as
it's likely to give relatively low take-off and landing speeds.
At higher cubic loadings one should expect increased landing and take-off speeds
assuming no special lift devices are used, such as flaps.

Indien God wou dat de mens kon vliegen dan had hij zijn beenderen hol gemaakt en niet zijn hoofd!

15 Apr 2011, 19:09
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