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Re: [Land-speed] Fw: YAW Control

 To: "John Burk" , "LandSpeed List" Re: [Land-speed] Fw: YAW Control NT788@comcast.net Sat, 20 Dec 2008 17:48:23 +0000
 Consider 1to 3 degrees of caster!Jack -------------- Original message -------------- From: "John Burk" > Mayf > > High performance gliders have a couple of things in common with rear drive > lsr cars . They carry ballast and they work better if they give away > directional stability by moving the cg back to the middle . My glider pilot > friend was thinking of using forwardly sprung ballast that the pilot > triggered at the first sign a flat spin . > > Worst case with an unintentional cg shift would be harmless . > > John > > > > > > Wouldn't need to be excessiv eyaw. But yaw rate. As soon as yaw rate > > cause a liit to be reacedd then control uses a mass as a reaction body to > > create and off setting force. Mass free floats on a shaft. Controls at > > both ends to amplify the force. Use magnetics and make very high spring > > rates to put stuff back where it goes. Car would never even feel like it > > was going astray. > > > > As I develop my model of spin mathematics to see how small the yaw angle > > needs to be then I will add some control... > _______________________________________________ > Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html > > Land-speed mailing list > > You are subscribed as nt788@comcast.net > > http://autox.team.net/mailman/listinfo/land-speed _______________________________________________ Support Team.Net http://www.team.net/donate.html Land-speed mailing list http://autox.team.net/mailman/listinfo/land-speed
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