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Old Oct 16, 2012, 06:15 PM
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for hovering there are 3 of the 3-axis gyro nano acting on the commands vettoriabili fan, switching to straight flight, the gyro are disabled
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Old Oct 17, 2012, 07:08 AM
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for hovering there are 3 of the 3-axis gyro nano acting on the commands vettoriabili fan, switching to straight flight, the gyro are disabled
okok~ thanks a lot~

Is those gyro have to attached to the main fan??? or just attached to the body of the plane???
Old Oct 19, 2012, 02:09 AM
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2 gyroscopes, acting in two deflectors in the flow of the fan, the third party acts on the valve deflector minifan the queue for the control of the directional axis (rudder). The mobile plans, ailerons and cabra, not related to the gyroscopes
Old Oct 19, 2012, 05:39 AM
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Moreno, credo che la domanda fosse se i giroscopi sono attaccati al condotto della ventola o se sono solidali con la fusoliera.

Moreno, I think the guy was asking wheter the gyros tilt with the fan or are solidal with the body of the plane.
Old Oct 19, 2012, 10:50 AM
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ok~ noted....

Besides, how do you know where is the CG of the airplane you used?? I have been thinking that the Fan should be put at the CG for proper hovering. Am I right??

And I just noticed the picture, there is a big, long red thing under the airplane and in front of the fan. What is that??
Old Oct 19, 2012, 06:30 PM
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I tested the model in conventional flight before turning it into VTOL, when you find the CG, I have placed the fan. The gyro are in the fuselage, and at the bottom check the fan duct with its vettorabile that then, passing to the straight flight, rotates 90 degrees
In the initial part of the discussion there are detailed photos of the system fan.
Old Oct 25, 2012, 01:25 AM
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I tested the model in conventional flight before turning it into VTOL, when you find the CG, I have placed the fan. The gyro are in the fuselage, and at the bottom check the fan duct with its vettorabile that then, passing to the straight flight, rotates 90 degrees
In the initial part of the discussion there are detailed photos of the system fan.
When the fan duct moves from "hover" to normal flight (90 degrees) is that moved with a servo or some other method
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