new beginner trainer.....acrobatic too
i give you the newest aileron trainer
the '',klompen kannon vlieger,''.
it is a high wing bipe, this makes is easy for beginners to learn...
profile not yet designed but here are the first scetch'es.
with a brushless this could be a nice profile too
i hope people will apreciate this new bird
flying is life
It'll never work.
For one, you need to set the lower wing incidence a few degrees above the upper wing. If the plane stalls, the lower wing will stall first.
Second, the wing is on a pylon. The first mild nose-in, the wings will pop off. They'll probably tear the fuse or the pylon.
The tail needs to provide some down incidence. As the airspeed drops, the tail will provide less downforce. This will lower the AoA for the wings.
Your wings may be too close together.
Just design a conventional bipe. Make the top wing a bit larger than the bottom. Make the top wing 2-degrees incidence and the bottom should be 3-degrees. Mount the battery, ESC, and RX low in the fuse. The lower equipment will keep the CoG down. That'll make it more stable.
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