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Old Oct 06, 2012, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by skitchen8 View Post
Nobody argued that. The power required to maintain 0 ground speed will be different,
Of course.

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and the way the wind effects either quad will be different.
Incorrect, the wind (steady at 5mph) is having the same affect which is why they both fly at 5mph.

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Something with a smaller surface area would accelerate slower to 5mph than something with a larger surface area.
Why?

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I don't see why you are so confused by this if you're apparently an expert on fluid dynamics
I'm not confused at all.
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