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Old 08-05-2003, 03:37 AM
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Heres a couple pics of 2 differnet kind of 3 D planes TR'n together
Its Jess with his OMP 40 size EDGE profile, and Joel Coker with his 40% Carden EDGE540
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Old 08-05-2003, 03:38 AM
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Very cool Sure looks like a sweet fly'n site.

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one more, this is the belly of the 40% EDGE
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Old 08-05-2003, 04:27 AM
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Technically dont you get wake turbulence when the airplane is flying normally....

Id be looking out for the downwash from the prop!! Ive had my spads thrown out of the air from that alot of times in formation hovering!!!
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Technically don't you get wake turbulence when the airplane is flying normally....
sorry but i have to correct that statement. all airplanes make wake turbulence. the only time it isn't noticeable is on take off or landing roll. it starts at the point of liftoff and stops at the touchdown point. however, it is at its strongest when the plane is heavy, clean,(no flaps or gear) and slow. the contrails you see coming off of full scale planes is in a sense wake turbulence. it comes from the two halves of the airflow going over the wings coming together. the pressure must equal to the normal outside pressure. Bernoulli's principal of lift is that the higher airflow speed over the top of the wing is at less pressure than that going around the bottom half. but they must equal when they are off of the trailing edge of the wing.
and yes, prop wash will get your models too!!!

sorry for the buzzkill, but just wanted to clear that up if anyone got confused.
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Originally posted by GraupnerFan
sorry but i have to correct that statement. all airplanes make wake turbulence. the only time it isn't noticeable is on take off or landing roll. it starts at the point of liftoff and stops at the touchdown point. however, it is at its strongest when the plane is heavy, clean,(no flaps or gear) and slow. the contrails you see coming off of full scale planes is in a sense wake turbulence. it comes from the two halves of the airflow going over the wings coming together. the pressure must equal to the normal outside pressure. Bernoulli's principal of lift is that the higher airflow speed over the top of the wing is at less pressure than that going around the bottom half. but they must equal when they are off of the trailing edge of the wing.
and yes, prop wash will get your models too!!!

sorry for the buzzkill, but just wanted to clear that up if anyone got confused.
Sorry to have to correct that statement, but you must not 3D.

When 3Ding, the wing is not generating any lift, thus Bernoulli has got his feet kicked up enjoying a cold frosty. If no high pressure under the wing, then no low above.

I am sure JohnVH 3D's.

Great pics Gator. By the way, you don't have to warn anybody of wake turbulence if a 727 is torkin' on the airway.

Jess
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your right.. i dont 3d.. i do small things.. i dont really care to do 3d i just like to fly around.. but if you read what i quoted then it applies. of course you are correct in saying that if your just torkin around.. then no. you dont have any probs .
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Originally posted by termagator
Heres a couple pics of 2 differnet kind of 3 D planes TR'n together
Its Jess with his OMP 40 size EDGE profile, and Joel Coker with his 40% Carden EDGE540
That's a cool pic, Gator!
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Originally posted by JRozman
By the way, you don't have to warn anybody of wake turbulence if a 727 is torkin' on the airway.

Jess
ROFL!!!

I gotta see this.... Let me know next time you decide to tork your full scale 727 on the deck!!!
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Originally posted by GraupnerFan
sorry but i have to correct that statement. all airplanes make wake turbulence. the only time it isn't noticeable is on take off or landing roll. it starts at the point of liftoff and stops at the touchdown point. however, it is at its strongest when the plane is heavy, clean,(no flaps or gear) and slow. the contrails you see coming off of full scale planes is in a sense wake turbulence. it comes from the two halves of the airflow going over the wings coming together. the pressure must equal to the normal outside pressure. Bernoulli's principal of lift is that the higher airflow speed over the top of the wing is at less pressure than that going around the bottom half. but they must equal when they are off of the trailing edge of the wing.
and yes, prop wash will get your models too!!!

sorry for the buzzkill, but just wanted to clear that up if anyone got confused.

Sorry, guess I didnt make it clear, as I know everything you said but didnt want to put a dictionary statement in this thread. Flying normally to me= wings making lift. If you look at the pics the planes are hovering, therefore no lift, no wake turbulence.

I fly 3D, and full scale aircraft.

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Originally posted by GraupnerFan
your right.. i dont 3d.. i do small things.. i dont really care to do 3d i just like to fly around.. but if you read what i quoted then it applies. of course you are correct in saying that if your just torkin around.. then no. you dont have any probs .
Hey GraupnerFan, just funnin' with you.

Jess
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JRozman: its all good! but your right i dont 3d.. not my thing man.


JohnVH: sorry.. didnt mean to insult you. i think i just misunderstood your post:thumbup:
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Originally posted by GraupnerFan


JohnVH: i think i just misunderstood your post:thumbup:
That is what I thought, no prob
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Originally posted by JohnVH
Technically dont you get wake turbulence when the airplane is flying normally....

Id be looking out for the downwash from the prop!! Ive had my spads thrown out of the air from that alot of times in formation hovering!!!
yeah your right...but whos ever heard of a "caution prop wash advisory"
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Yeah, I suppose, how about blast area
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Originally posted by JohnVH
Yeah, I suppose, how about blast area
Saturday morning.....Houston ProBro....anywhere within about 4 feet behind Jess. We're talkin' Blast Area

And I ain't talking prop blast!!
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Originally posted by ChuckAuger
Saturday morning.....Houston ProBro....anywhere within about 4 feet behind Jess. We're talkin' Blast Area

And I ain't talking prop blast!!
Now that's the kind of blast area I'd be worried about.

Jason
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I believe the toxic zone extends a full 15 ft behind Jess depending on prevailing winds....
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Originally posted by ChuckAuger
Saturday morning.....Houston ProBro....anywhere within about 4 feet behind Jess. We're talkin' Blast Area

And I ain't talking prop blast!!
Hey, beer makes me fart, what can I say?

I can see a Gator caricature now. :stupid:

Jess
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Well...you know Jess, alls it takes is a little inspiration
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TOOT ???
ROFL...........
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LMAO!!!!

I am crying here.

Gary, get some!!!

Jess

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