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Old 02-21-2004, 12:20 AM
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Aaw, might as well put MAC in there. Mean Aerodynamic Center. There's a Mode 4 too. Basically you take the left stick and put it on the right and the right stick and put it on the left. Heli buddy of mine has his like that.
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Old 02-23-2004, 03:53 PM
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How About - SEAT - Single Engine Air Tanker. This is what AirTractor officially calls their Slurry Bomber. I'll have a SIG 4 * 120 SEAT flying before to long I hope
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Old 02-24-2004, 11:55 PM
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I didn't notice LHS on here (local hobby shop), but it's one I've seen fairly often on this site. That one threw me for a loop the first couple of times I saw it.

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Hi Chuck,

THANKS! It is one that is used all the time and I don't know why it was over looked.

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Old 02-29-2004, 09:29 AM
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Ok Wayne, I thought of another. Though it's not used regularly by all members, it is used more by the "older" generation...

Commonly known as the CRS syndrome. ("Can't" "Remember" ....let's say "Stuff", though another "S" word would be more likely to be inserted here! )

Great job on the list!

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Old 02-29-2004, 03:13 PM
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Hi AirGar,

I've added it to the list. I have added several new definitions, but I'll wait a week or so before publishing the update, just incase some more come in.

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Old 02-29-2004, 04:42 PM
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From the list

Mode 1 – Transmitter with Aileron and Throttle on right stick, Rudder and Elevator on left stick
Mode 2 - Transmitter with Aileron and Elevator on right stick, Rudder and Throttle on left stick
Mode 3 – Transmitter with Rudder and Elevator on right stick, Aileron and Throttle on left stick

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Mode 3 is described incorrectly. The above description of Mode 3 is actually Mode 4.

The correct description is
Mode 3 - Transmitter with Rudder and Throttle on right stick, Aileron and Elevator on left stick

I have a Futaba 6XAS set up as Mode 3.
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Old 02-29-2004, 05:41 PM
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Hi Carrell,

Thanks for your help, I've corrected it for the new list.

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Old 03-06-2004, 10:16 AM
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Wayne.....guess who?

OTH- On the other hand

OAN- On another note

What's amazing is, you look at your list and think WOW, there can't be any more....and then I use one of the above and see the other and come back to check your list....and guess what?

Oh well, just ask if ya want me to quit bugging ya!

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Hi Airgar,

Thanks for the new definitions.

I hope everyone keeps them coming, and that we are providing something that people need.

I will probably be posting the new list this week.

Thanks for your help.

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Old 03-14-2004, 08:46 AM
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Hi,

Please find below the updated acronym list.

Hope you find it useful.

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Acronyms, Abbreviations, Short Form

ABC – Aluminum, Brass and Chrome
ABN – Aluminum, Brass and Nickel
AC – Alternating Current
Aft – to the back of boat, plane etc.
AKA – Also Known As
AMA – American Modeler’s Association, Academy of Model Aeronautics
AOA – Angle Of Attack
ARF – Almost Ready to Fly
ARC – Almost Ready to Cover
AUW – All Up Weight (total weight ready to fly. some include fuel, some don't... should include fuel though.)
AWOL – Absent Without Leave
BB – Ball Bearing
BC or B/C - because
BEC – Battery Eliminator Circuit
BTW – By the Way
CA – Cyanoacrylate Adhesive (a quick setting glue)
Carb – Carburetor
CCW – Counter Clock Wise
CF - Carbon Fiber
CG – Center of Gravity
CGM = Carl Goldberg Models
CP – Center of Pressure, or Coroplast (it’s like a plastic cardboard they make signs out of)
CRS – Can’t Remember Stuff (or substitute β€œstuff” with your locally used word)
CW – Clock Wise
DC – Direct Current
Dead Stick – Motor stopped, flying without power
Dialed in – The model is perfectly tuned
Diameter – Regarding propellers, the distance from tip to tip of a propeller
DIY – Do It Yourself
E – Voltage (Example formula: E=IR)
EPA – End Point Adjustment
ETA – Estimated Time of Arrival
ESC – Electric Speed Control
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
FFF – Fan Fold Foam
FG – Fiberglass
Flute – The veins in coroplast (the plastic cardboard) that is used in making SPAD model aircraft
Forward – to the front of boat, plane etc.
FSW – Forward Swept Wing
Fuse – Fuselage
FWIW – For What It’s Worth
FYI – For Your Information
g = grams
G = Gravity force factor. Example 1G = normal weight, 2G = two times weight
GB – Gear Box
GP = Great Planes Mfg. Co.
H9 = Hangar 9 Mfg Co
HOC – Hot Off the Charger
I – Current in amps (Example formula: I=E/R)
IMHO – In My Humble Opinion or In My Honest Opinion
IMNSHO - In My Not So Humble Opinion
IMO – In My Opinion
IPR – Intelligent Power Reduce
JMHO – Just My Humble Opinion or Just My Honest Opinion
JMO – Just My Opinion
LAR – Looks About Right
LE – Leading Edge
LED – Light Emitting Diode
LG – Landing Gear
LH – Left hand side (in reference to ships and airplanes – left hand side of pilot facing forward)
LHS – Local Hobby Shop
LiPo, or Li-Po, or Li-Poly – Lithium Polymer battery
Li-ion – Lithium Ion Battery
LOL – Lots Of Laughs, or Laugh Out Loud, or Lots Of Luck
LOA – Length Over All
LVC – Low Voltage Cutoff circuit
LWL – Length at Water Line
MAAC – Model Aeronautics Association of Canada
MAC - Mean Aerodynamic Chord
mah – Milliamps per Hour
Max – Maximum
Min – Minimum
Mm – millimeter
MK = Monokote
mv – millivolt
Mode 1 – Transmitter with Aileron and Throttle on right stick, Rudder and Elevator on left stick
Mode 2 - Transmitter with Aileron and Elevator on right stick, Rudder and Throttle on left stick
Mode 3 - Transmitter with Rudder and Throttle on right stick, Aileron and Elevator on left stick
Mode 4 – Transmitter with Rudder and Elevator on right stick, Aileron and Throttle on left stick
Mode Single stick – see single stick
NIB – New In Box
NiCd – Nickel Cadium
NiMh – Nickle Metal Hydride
NP – Neutral Point
OAN - On another note
OTH- On the other hand
Oz – Ounces
P – Power in watts (Example formula: P=EI)
PBF – Pizza Box Flyer
Pitch – In reference to propellers, the angle of propeller blade, the higher the number the greater the angle
Port – Left hand side (when pilot faces forward), or an opening in a boat or plane, or boat docking area
Prop - Propeller
R – resistance in ohms (Example formula: R=E/I)
RCU – RC Universe
RFI – Radio Frequency Interference
RH – Right hand side (in reference to airplanes – right hand side of pilot facing forward)
RPM – Rotations Per Minute or Revolutions Per Minute
RPM/V – Rotations Per Minute per Volt or Revolutions Per Minute per Volt
ROG – Rise Off Ground
ROW – Rise Off Water
Rx – Receiver
RTF – Ready To Fly
Sec – Seconds
Single Stick – Transmitter with one stick, Aileron and Elevator on X and Y axis, Rudder Knob on end of stick and Throttle a trim lever type control on the case
SPAD – Simple Plastic Airplane Design
Spec – Specification
Stall – in aircraft, the point where there is not enough lift to keep it flying
Starboard - Right hand side (when pilot faces forward)
STD – Standard
Stick Time – Time spent flying
T – Teeth (usually number on a gear)
TBC – To Be Calculated
TE – Trailing Edge
TO – Take Off
TOC – Tournament of Champions
Trammeling – Aligning fuselage, wings, horizontal stabilizer, vertical stabilizer and landing gear
Troll Post – A bulletin board posting designed to create controversy and may or may not be related to fact
Tx – Transmitter
UC = Ultracote
V – volts
V1 - Rotate
Vs - versus
VMGM –
VTOL – Vertical Take Off and Landing
*** – What The Fudge (or substitute β€œfudge” with your locally used word)
WOT – Wide Open Throttle
WW1 – World War One
WW2 – World War Two

The above is to the best of my knowledge, and should be considered a starting point. Please let me know any changes you would like to see, any suggestions are welcome.

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Old 03-14-2004, 04:02 PM
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You are the man Wayne! Thanks very much for taking the time
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Old 03-14-2004, 09:49 PM
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Hi DustOffUH1,

Thanks for your kind words and letting me know the list is useful, I was kinda wondering if how it was being received.

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Old 03-14-2004, 10:42 PM
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No problem Wayne. I know it took some time to put together, and just wanted to let you know that its appreciated, by me as well as others
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Old 03-17-2004, 06:43 PM
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SSS -- sudden silence sucks
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IIRC If I Recall Correctly

FAI FΓ©dΓ©ration AΓ©ronautique Internationale

ROFLMAO Rolling On Floor Laughing My hmm posterior Off
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Hi,

Thanks for the input, the info from both posts were added. I'll update the list after the week end.

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Hi,

Please find below the latest list. To copy, hi-light the list with your mouse and copy it (CNTRL C) and paste to your word processor (CNTRL V) for printing.

Hope you find it useful.

Best regards

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Acronyms, Abbreviations, Short Form

ABC – Aluminum, Brass and Chrome
ABN – Aluminum, Brass and Nickel
AC – Alternating Current
Aft – to the back of boat, plane etc.
AKA – Also Known As
AMA – American Modeler’s Association, Academy of Model Aeronautics
AOA – Angle Of Attack
ARF – Almost Ready to Fly
ARC – Almost Ready to Cover
AUW – All Up Weight (total weight ready to fly. some include fuel, some don't... should include fuel though.)
AWOL – Absent Without Leave
BB – Ball Bearing
BC or B/C - because
BEC – Battery Eliminator Circuit
BTW – By the Way
CA – Cyanoacrylate Adhesive (a quick setting glue)
Carb – Carburetor
CCW – Counter Clock Wise
CF - Carbon Fiber
CG – Center of Gravity
CGM = Carl Goldberg Models
CP – Center of Pressure, or Coroplast (it’s like a plastic cardboard they make signs out of)
CRS – Can’t Remember Stuff (or substitute β€œstuff” with your locally used word)
CW – Clock Wise
DC – Direct Current
Dead Stick – Motor stopped, flying without power
Dialed in – The model is perfectly tuned
Diameter – Regarding propellers, the distance from tip to tip of a propeller
DIY – Do It Yourself
E – Voltage (Example formula: E=IR)
EPA – End Point Adjustment
ETA – Estimated Time of Arrival
ESC – Electric Speed Control
FAI - FΓ©dΓ©ration AΓ©ronautique Internationale
FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
FFF – Fan Fold Foam
FG – Fiberglass
Flute – The veins in coroplast (the plastic cardboard) that is used in making SPAD model aircraft
Forward – to the front of boat, plane etc.
FSW – Forward Swept Wing
Fuse – Fuselage
FWIW – For What It’s Worth
FYI – For Your Information
g = grams
G = Gravity force factor. Example 1G = normal weight, 2G = two times weight
GB – Gear Box
GP = Great Planes Mfg. Co.
H9 = Hangar 9 Mfg Co
HOC – Hot Off the Charger
I – Current in amps (Example formula: I=E/R)
IIRC- If I Recall Correctly
IMHO – In My Humble Opinion or In My Honest Opinion
IMNSHO - In My Not So Humble Opinion
IMO – In My Opinion
IPR – Intelligent Power Reduce
JMHO – Just My Humble Opinion or Just My Honest Opinion
JMO – Just My Opinion
LAR – Looks About Right
LE – Leading Edge
LED – Light Emitting Diode
LG – Landing Gear
LH – Left hand side (in reference to ships and airplanes – left hand side of pilot facing forward)
LHS – Local Hobby Shop
LiPo, or Li-Po, or Li-Poly – Lithium Polymer battery
Li-ion – Lithium Ion Battery
LOL – Lots Of Laughs, or Laugh Out Loud, or Lots Of Luck
LOA – Length Over All
LVC – Low Voltage Cutoff circuit
LWL – Length at Water Line
MAAC – Model Aeronautics Association of Canada
MAC - Mean Aerodynamic Chord
mah – Milliamps per Hour
Max – Maximum
Min – Minimum
Mm – millimeter
MK = Monokote
mv – millivolt
Mode 1 – Transmitter with Aileron and Throttle on right stick, Rudder and Elevator on left stick
Mode 2 - Transmitter with Aileron and Elevator on right stick, Rudder and Throttle on left stick
Mode 3 – Transmitter with Rudder and Throttle on right stick, Aileron and Elevator on left
Mode 4 – Transmitter with Rudder and Elevator on right stick, Aileron and Throttle on left stick
Mode Single stick – see single stick
NIB – New In Box
NiCd – Nickel Cadium
NiMh – Nickle Metal Hydride
NP – Neutral Point
OAN - On another note
OTH- On the other hand
Oz – Ounces
P – Power in watts (Example formula: P=EI)
PBF – Pizza Box Flyer
Pitch – In reference to propellers, the angle of propeller blade, the higher the number the greater the angle
Port – Left hand side (when pilot faces forward), or an opening in a boat or plane, or boat docking area
Prop - Propeller
R – resistance in ohms (Example formula: R=E/I)
RCU – RC Universe
RFI – Radio Frequency Interference
RH – Right hand side (in reference to airplanes – right hand side of pilot facing forward)
RPM – Rotations Per Minute or Revolutions Per Minute
RPM/V – Rotations Per Minute per Volt or Revolutions Per Minute per Volt
ROFLMAO Rolling On Floor Laughing My β€œPosterior” Off (or substitute β€œposterior” with your locally used word)
ROG – Rise Off Ground
ROW – Rise Off Water
Rx – Receiver
RTF – Ready To Fly
Sec – Seconds
Single Stick – Transmitter with one stick, Aileron and Elevator on X and Y axis, Rudder Knob on end of stick and Throttle a trim lever type control on the case
SPAD – Simple Plastic Airplane Design
Spec – Specification
SSS -- sudden silence sucks
Stall – in aircraft, the point where there is not enough lift to keep it flying
Starboard - Right hand side (when pilot faces forward)
STD – Standard
Stick Time – Time spent flying
T – Teeth (usually number on a gear)
TBC – To Be Calculated
TE – Trailing Edge
TO – Take Off
TOC – Tournament of Champions
TOF – Time of flight from leaving ground to touch down. Calculation for electric TOF in minutes is: battery capacity in amps, divided by average current draw in amps, times 60
Trammeling – Aligning fuselage, wings, horizontal stabilizer, vertical stabilizer and landing gear
Troll Post – A bulletin board posting designed to create controversy and may or may not be related to fact
Tx – Transmitter
UC = Ultracote
V – volts
V1 - Rotate
Vs - versus
VMGM –
VTOL – Vertical Take Off and Landing
*** – What The Fudge (or substitute β€œfudge” with your locally used word)
WOT – Wide Open Throttle
WW1 – World War One
WW2 – World War Two

The above is to the best of my knowledge, and should be considered a starting point. Please let me know any changes you would like to see, any suggestions are welcome.

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Cheers guys i always wanted to know what ROFLMAO meant but didnt want to ask lol
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Hi CougaRules,

Its amazing how big this list has grown since it was started. Glad you found something new.

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There's a few left over from the Ham RO's
RO=radio operater
TNX=thanks or thank you
DSQ=disqualified or disqualification
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Hi,

Thanks (or should I say TNX) for the feed back, they will be in the next list.

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I don't mean to be too picky, but "Mm" is actually a megameter (1,000,000 meters). Millimeter is "mm".
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Hi Gravityisnotmyfriend,

Thanks for the input. "Mm" is now corrected to "mm". My Word processor has the habit of making the first letter in a line a capital, I think it will be OK from now on.

I don't have too many new definitions, so I won't be publishing a new list until I get a few more.

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It might be me, but I thought MAC was "Mean Aerodynamic Chord" not center...
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