A SOURCE OF INFORMATION FOR AEROMODELERS
If you are looking for additional sources of information for either model or full size aircraft, check out these links:
- Aircraft Aerodynamics and Design Group, Stanford University
- The progress of various research projects are detailed. If you have a Java-capable browser, be sure to investigate the wing analysis program.
- Aircraft Design Information Sources
- W.H. Mason's guide to books related to aerospace engineering. This is a fantastic resource!
is the premiere German language magazine for enthusiasts of RC soaring
and electric flight. Worldwide coverage, beautiful color pictures, and
articles which will keep you on the cutting edge of technical
- Aerion Technologies, formerly Desktop Aeronautics
about programs for aerodynamic design and analysis, including
Weissinger discrete vortex evaluation of aerodynamic characteristics,
and various airfoil and wing design applications. This site also
includes an online demo of an aerodynamics textbook!
- Martin Hepperle's Model Aviation Home Page
Links to several articles on model aircraft aerodynamics, an
interactive page devoted to propellor design, and another which
evaluates airfoils. Martin also takes a close look at winglets.
- R/C Soaring Digest
- Now published by B2Streamlines! For more than thirty years, R/C Soaring Digest has filled the needs of RC sailplane modelers worldwide.
- Michael Shellim
A web site is devoted to RC soaring. In addition to a great list of
suppliers, the site also has a wide variety of articles, organized by
topic on the home page, including an intriguing Sailplane Performance
- Trick R/C
Trick R/C's Zagi is the hottest 'ship yet for slope combat! It has a
small target profile, is extremely maneuverable and nearly
indestructable. Super fast construction and low cost make the Zagi a
winner! Check out the whole web site for new additions to the product
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Applied Aerodynamics Group
A complete website devoted to all aspects of the UIUC Applied
Aerodynamics Group. Includes information on current activities, results
of the wind tunnel testing programs, and access to coordinates for more
than 1150 airfoils. (The site URL is subject to change, but the link
given here is always good and will take you directly to the current
- Tony van Roon
Tony has set up a web site which includes a complete RC Website
Directory (over 1250 listings and growing!), plus pages devoted to
electronic gadgets and various electronic circuits of interest to
links page for tailless aircraft.
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