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There is a poll about predicted flightpath of the plane on the photo.

It has three answers:

 

1. Will go down in a violent spin, because the aircraft can not fly without a wing

2. Will fly straight and land

3. I will try to make my own one and check it.

 

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Ничто так сильно не ранит мозг, как осколки стекла от разбитых розовых очков (С) Me

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its-a-trap.jpgDoes the centre of gravity = the centre of lift by reason of a hidden weight? By looks alone it goes into a violent left roll and plunge but i'm sensing that's just way too obvious.
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The aileron trim on the right wing coupled with the dihedral will probably make it stable enough within a certain range of speed.

 

Lift is a function of velocity, but weight is not, so at higher speeds the airplane will tend to roll right, and at lower speed the airplane will tend to roll left. If the glide speed is correct, then it should fly level. Since there is more drag on the right wing, and the rudder is not trimmed properly, the airplane will tend to yaw to the right, but probably not in a "violent" way.

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I have seen lesser planes fly astoundingly well ;)

 

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Ooh didnt see the right rudder. NVM the answer i failed at the question :) Still the answer is that if i built it, it would fly like a rock, whereas if Yoyo built it it's probably got an autopilot.

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It's not really one wing though is it. Looks like it will fly, it's a wing with a weight offset to one side and it has some trim to keep it level, maybe.

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Lift is a function of velocity, but weight is not, so at higher speeds the airplane will tend to roll right, and at lower speed the airplane will tend to roll left. If the glide speed is correct, then it should fly level. Since there is more drag on the right wing, and the rudder is not trimmed properly, the airplane will tend to yaw to the right, but probably not in a "violent" way.

 

^ i agree, it will fly straight and land

but

if the airplane aileron set is correct on the right wing to the actual glide speed then it will glide nicely

however

if the rudder set to the right (as i see) then it will glide but not straight but on a flat circle way to the right

but that airplane needs test flights - just like real ones - and after that some alignment too if it necessary :D

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I think it will fly straight and land.

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Straight-and-land, I suspect a certain someone "trimmed" the "trim" before taking the picture. :)

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it'll fly reasonably straight and stable, with just a bit of wobbling around

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It depend if it have thrust vector nozzle or not ! :D

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That's exactly how my P-51 looked like 30 minutes ago after failed pull-out from a dive attack :D. After extensive trimming it flew in a more or less controllable manner, but emergency landing attempt ended in a fireball. Saved a track though, so I'll try to repeat it and do the "Charlie-Sheen-Hot-Shots-style" landing tomorrow.

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It depends. What airspeed is this thing trimmed for (assuming positive stability)? I can fly a brick if it goes fast enough. Below certain speed, applied trim will run out of desired effect. aka roll / dive into terrain unless it picks up enough speed to re-balance self.

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Cm'on Yo-Yo just throw the plane already so we can see........This curiosity is nibblin' me a whole new orifice :D

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A semantic interpretation of the options

 

1. Will go down in a violent spin, because the aircraft can not fly without a wing

The words "violent" and "because" mask an unlikely outcome. So not option 1.

 

2. Will fly straight and land

Because it will land, a physical phenomenon called gravitation. Therefore this option in it's short formulation (which makes it even more likely) gives away the correct answer and flying in a straight line becomes plausible. If the mass and the energy by throwing it are both relatively high the earodynamic disturbances play a lesser role, although it will not fly far. So yes option 2

 

3. I will try to make my own one and check it.

This option does not relate to the question of that particular object.

 

Sorry for my formulation. I can't think straight in an other thread I read the word: F/A-18C and then I become neurotic.

 

 

 

 

 

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