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Specfications of planes

by kevjcarvalho
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kevjcarvalho
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Oct8-09, 12:02 PM
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heyy does anyone know where i can get specifications of single seater passenger planes.....i need airfoil, chord length, wingspan, weight, fuselage length, distance of wings from tailplane etc....really detail....even electronics used....plzz help????
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Cyrus
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Oct8-09, 01:11 PM
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You're not going to find this kind of proprietary information compiled into a single source.
amalgamx
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Oct9-09, 06:04 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowers_Fly_Baby
I was looking to build one of these a while back but never got up to it for multiple reasons (Money, more money, and money). I have the plans for it some where... They cost about $115 I think. Not sure what the drill is here with torrents so I won't link you to one, but you can probably find professional plans on any torrent site.

If you're actually planning on building a plane though, I would go with the legit deal and buy the plans. Using plans you got off the Internet seems like a dangerous idea (Important instructions could be missing, etc) but for educational purposes, pirating is the way to go.

kevjcarvalho
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Oct10-09, 11:25 PM
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Specfications of planes

the thing is we don't want to copy the existing design...we just want to use it as a reference...we want be building the plane just the design....the building is really expensive....will torrents help...just want things like airfoil ,chord length, the things you don't get normally...........thnx
Cyrus
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Oct11-09, 04:56 PM
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No offense, but how are you guys going to design an airplane when you don't really know anything about aerodynamics?
kevjcarvalho
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Oct12-09, 08:48 AM
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come on....we really know aerodynamics.....i cant say how much.......but its obvious that we need to know it before we even dream to start designing a plane


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