SEN 2759 Bending the magic curve for sale.
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Bending the magic curve for sale.
1. F1A wing for sale
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3. Bending the curve - SEN 2758
F1A wing for sale
From : Ittai Shichman
Brand new, never used latest generation Gorskiy full molded long flapper
- Wing was meant to use in project I didn't finish..
- Rugged upper surface spray coat turbulator
- Latest generation carbon wing joiner
- 235 grams
- 1200 Euro or 1400 USD
PM me for inquiries
From: Lee Hines To our one & only Magic Man,
In the never ending quest for brevity in our communication, I modestly propose the following shorter version of “Magic Dongle” might be appreciated by all involved users:
Simply transpose the first two letters of each word to form the word...
wait for it...’MANGLE’.??
Thank me later, I knew you would like it.
Dear Mr Hines
Thank you for your letter applying for a job in the Magic Timers marketing dept.
I do not think you are suited to this job. It is perhaps better you keep your day job.
If you wish to continue along a marketing or stand up comedy track I suggest that you study the writings of Anselmo Zeri, CHE, Allard , Fantham, etc
Chief Test Pilot Magic Timers
Bending the curve - SEN 2758
From:hermann andresen Roger,
My experience with curved dihedral echoes my structural prof's assessment that a small load on a curved beam can result in a larger or smaller curve, while with a straight beam it takes a much higher force to get any measurable deflection at all.
How about F1D?
How about bracing?
The article in FFn is by Ian Kaynes and is more concerned with the process of building a curved dbox wing. It relates to Ian’s F1E experience . Seeing Ian is a real engineer in the aeronautical field I would expect it to handle the loads.
And F1E and F1D are very different and very specialized fields while not a practitioner of either I would not expect bracing to apply to E.