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Jan 23, 2004, 10:08 AM
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Very fast rc jet 571 km/h


Very fast jet !!

Technische Daten:

Spannweite 100 cm
Länge 120 cm
Gewicht 5,5 kg + 1,5 kg Kerosin
Schub 135 N
Flächenbelastung Jenseits von Gut und Böse
Geschwindigkeit 571 km/h (noch...)
Hochgeschwindigkeitsdelta aufgebaut in Honeycomb Wabenbauweise. Eigenbau.

Antrieb Behotec JB130
Sender Robbe Futaba FC28
Empfänger Robbe Futaba F149DP
Digitalservos 2 x JR8411


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Hinweis:
Flüge unterhalb einer Höhe von 10000 Fuß mit einer Geschwindigkeit von über 250KT (463 km/h) sind in Deutschland verboten. Alle Flüge mit diesem Modell wurden aus diesem Grund, in der Tschechichen Republik durchgeführt. Hier sieht das Luftrecht vor, dass das Ergebnis, aus der Geschwindigeit geteilt durch einhundert, an Sicht in Kilometern vorhanden sein muss.
Beispiel: 571 km/h : 100 = 5,7 km Sicht.

Bezug: Deutsche LuftVO § 4
ICAO
Air Traffic Control
Icao ATS Airspace Classifications Annex 11 ICAO
Air Traffic Control
CZECH-1
Differences from Icao Standards and Procedures
Icao Reference
Annex 2
4.1






571 KM/h jet

http://www.hessenbruch.de/niels/

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Jan 23, 2004, 02:47 PM
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don´t forget it´s the small engine in the video... only 380km/h...
Jan 24, 2004, 05:47 AM
Thread OP
I wonder of it can go any faster than 571 km/h??


Feb 03, 2004, 08:49 PM
Still diggin' holes...
It probably can... almost certainly if he properly cowled the engine.

It's just a matter of being able to keep track of it at those speeds.
At 571 km/h you are moving at almost 160 meters per second... that's 520 feet per second for you americans...

I'm also quite sure he isn't flying laps at those speeds (that would be nearly impossible)... this would be just a split second top speed.
On the other hand, gps's always lag behind a little and give the most accurate results on a straight course at a fixed speed for some time... so chances are he even flew faster than that, but the gps just rounded it off to 571 km/h...

I've got a 63 MB video of this thing on my PC... it really is fast!

IMO a purpose built plane with a powerful enough engine and some sort of guidance system so you don't have to fly by eyesight will have no problems reaching 700-800 km/h... maybe even faster...
Feb 04, 2004, 12:20 PM
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henke's Avatar
Quote:
Originally posted by Cometlover
It probably can... almost certainly if he properly cowled the engine.

It's just a matter of being able to keep track of it at those speeds.
At 571 km/h you are moving at almost 160 meters per second... that's 520 feet per second for you americans...

I'm also quite sure he isn't flying laps at those speeds (that would be nearly impossible)... this would be just a split second top speed.
On the other hand, gps's always lag behind a little and give the most accurate results on a straight course at a fixed speed for some time... so chances are he even flew faster than that, but the gps just rounded it off to 571 km/h...

I've got a 63 MB video of this thing on my PC... it really is fast!

IMO a purpose built plane with a powerful enough engine and some sort of guidance system so you don't have to fly by eyesight will have no problems reaching 700-800 km/h... maybe even faster...
I was thinking Mach 1... due to my calculations it is possible, an automatic reovering system would be goot though,,, got some GPS stuff in the works now

/Henke
Feb 20, 2004, 05:16 PM
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That jet is nutts!!!!,Unbelievable,Nice flying!!!!,Is there a vid of the 571 pass????.Awsome job!,Cheers!
Sep 30, 2004, 04:32 AM
Going Home
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rcfreak
Very fast jet !!

Technische Daten:

Spannweite 100 cm
Länge 120 cm
Gewicht 5,5 kg + 1,5 kg Kerosin
Schub 135 N
Flächenbelastung Jenseits von Gut und Böse
Geschwindigkeit 571 km/h (noch...)
Hochgeschwindigkeitsdelta aufgebaut in Honeycomb Wabenbauweise. Eigenbau.

Antrieb Behotec JB130
Sender Robbe Futaba FC28
Empfänger Robbe Futaba F149DP
Digitalservos 2 x JR8411


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--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hinweis:
Flüge unterhalb einer Höhe von 10000 Fuß mit einer Geschwindigkeit von über 250KT (463 km/h) sind in Deutschland verboten. Alle Flüge mit diesem Modell wurden aus diesem Grund, in der Tschechichen Republik durchgeführt. Hier sieht das Luftrecht vor, dass das Ergebnis, aus der Geschwindigeit geteilt durch einhundert, an Sicht in Kilometern vorhanden sein muss.
Beispiel: 571 km/h : 100 = 5,7 km Sicht.

Bezug: Deutsche LuftVO § 4
ICAO
Air Traffic Control
Icao ATS Airspace Classifications Annex 11 ICAO
Air Traffic Control
CZECH-1
Differences from Icao Standards and Procedures
Icao Reference
Annex 2
4.1






571 KM/h jet

http://www.hessenbruch.de/niels/

Wenn Sie dies in Englisch übersetzen könnten, würde es wirklich jedem sonst helfen, es viel besser zu verstehen. Nicht jeder hier ist zweisprachig

translation:

If you could translate this into english, it would really help everyone else understand it a lot better. Not everyone here is bi-lingual
Last edited by Starguard; Sep 30, 2004 at 04:35 AM.
Sep 30, 2004, 11:30 AM
Speed Demon
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I wish that the original link still worked. I'd like to see that video clip myself.
Sep 30, 2004, 01:53 PM
making it up as i go.
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someone please tell me where i can see this?!?!?!!?
Sep 30, 2004, 05:09 PM
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Use Babelfish Translator and this is what you get:

Technical data: Span 100 cm length 120 cm weight 5.5 kg + 1.5 kg kerosene thrust 135 N surface loading the other world of property and bad speed of 571 km/h (still...) high-speed delta developed in Honeycomb honeycomb structure. Self-'s building. Behotec JB130 transmitter seal Futaba FC28 receiver seal Futaba F149DP Digitalservos propelled 2 x JR8411 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note: Flights below a height of 10000 foot with a speed of over 250KT (463 km/h) are forbidden in Germany. All flights with this model were accomplished for this reason, in the Tschechichen republic. Here the air right plans that the result, from which Geschwindigeit must be divided by one hundred, at view in kilometers present. Example: 571 km/h: 100 = 5.7 km view. Purchase: German LuftVO § 4 I.C.A.O. air Traffic control I.C.A.O. ATS air space Classifications annex 11 I.C.A.O. air Traffic control CZECH-1 Differences from I.C.A.O. standard and Procedures I.C.A.O. Reference annex 2,4.1
Oct 01, 2004, 10:04 AM
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This website had been around for a few years. I think I first saw it alteast two years ago. To bad it's down. The video was cool. I recently saw another video of an extremely fast model similar to this, and now I don't remember where.

Greg
Oct 02, 2004, 10:29 AM
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http://rcgroups.com/gallery/showphot...sort=1&cat=516

Try this link in the gallery. It may be the same model from above, but I'm not sure.

Greg
Oct 02, 2004, 12:13 PM
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I agree, that is very fast!

The websight... er ist kaput (I think i got it right... 'it is broken')

Intake geometry will change at what speed an engine creates the most thrust. If you look at an F-14 or F-15, inside of the square intake, the top inner panel can be angled down to change how much air enters the engine at high speeds. If I can recall correctly, some engines do not work well with the entering air being supersonic.

My big debate right now is wether to take Deutsch or Espanol for my required language in school. I definately plan to go to Deutschland and Österreich some day, but within the US, many people speek spanish and I might need it if I in my field (dentistry or medicine, probably dentistry)
Oct 04, 2004, 05:49 AM

another delta


Here is also a delta
weight 6 kilo,s
speed :490Kmh at 35 celcius outside / 548 Kmh at 15 celcius
the video shown it was over 35 celcius so you can imagine when its a little colder
btw: the pilot fly,s for over 20 years model planes especialy pulse je engines

http://rcgroups.com/gallery/data/516...040806-002.WMV

was flown many times at airshows in Germany and netherlands
Last edited by sandor_digitech; Oct 04, 2004 at 05:52 AM.
Nov 24, 2006, 09:01 AM
Anyone who knows where to find that 571km/h-video?

I really would like to see it.


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