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An interesting plan is presented here: an alternative "cabin" fuselage design that replaces the 'parasol' fuselage/wing mounting of the classic KG (Kovel-Grant) free flight "Old Timer:" design from the 1940s. Robert Harrison, the designer of the 'cabin' fuselage option, claims that aircraft performance is unchanged and overall robustness is improved. A link to the original KG design can be found below in the supporting text sources.
Komet is a competition engine-powered free flight model designed to the International FAI F1C rules that mandate a maximum engine size of .15 CID (2.49 cc), alcohol/castor oil (no nitromethane) fuel, timer-controlled short engine runs, and a hefty minimum ready-to-fly weight. Designed in the early 1950s by G. Schmid, Komet is evidently a testbed to evaluate the VHTL (Very High Thrust Line) design approach where the motor is located well above the wing center section. Various VHTL proponents,...
Kuntsvlieg ("artificial fly", "fly") is a high performance control line plane designed for a .15 CID (2.49 cc) motor - a 2.49 cc diesel is shown on the plans and a .09 to .20 glow motor would be a suitable range. Spanning 36" with a constant chord wing and simple construction, the plane promises sparkiing performance with its thin symmetrical wing airfoil and generous elevator surface areas. The designer, C.P. M. Bouter, harks from Antwerp Belgium and the plans are...
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