Aeromodeller Annual 1960-61 (RCL#1288)
"The first FAI sponsored World Radio Control Championships took place near Zurich. As rather expected a US entrant proved the victor. Our British team nevertheless secured a team award, which is tribute to the strides radio control has been making these past few years."
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Aeromodeller Annual 1960-61
D. J. Laidlaw-Dickson & C. S. Rushbrooke (Eds.)
Model Aeronautical Press Ltd., Watford
Book, 158 pages
About this title
"A review of the year's aeromodelling throughout the world in theory and practice; together with useful data and authoritative articles produced by staff and contributors of the AEROMODELLER"
INTRODUCTION: Model Flying Today
TIPSY NIPPER: Scale C/L by Verhelst and Naveau, Belgium
TRI-FAI: Three-engined contest power by Bob Hunter, U.S.A.
BAMBOOZLE: Amusing unbreakable C/L trainer, G. Xenakis, U.S.A.
SASFIOK: Hungarian A/2 by J. Balazs
THE TEXAN: Open contest power by Ed. Miller, U.S.A.
HOT DOG: Contest power for 1-1.5 c.c. by E. Martin, France
BEATNIK: A/2 glider by R. Krook, Holland
NEGATIVE THRUST RUBBER MODEL: by R. J. Gallman, U.S.A.
Bi-Fli: Intermediate class R/C biplane by Phil Kraft, U.S.A.
THE CHARGER: Leading U.S. "rudder only" R/C design, M. Boone
MINNIE: Lightweight R/C for Pee Wee
CONTEST C/L from Japan
YARD BIRD: Small space free flight sports power, K. Laumer, U.S.A.
BUBBLES: Novelty fitting for Displays
RADIO CONTROL MODEL SIZES
RADIO CONTROL SYSTEMS
RADIO CONTROL - CHOICE OF CONTROLS
SUPER CRACK: A/2 by Chas. Mees, Belgium
IDRO-MEL: Italian champion waterplane, E. Medaglia, Verona, Italy
SCHNURZ: Beginner's Sailplane by W. Thies, W. Germany
RIEKE/1/1958: Contest power model by K. H. Rieke, W. Germany
W.75: Belgian Wakefield Champion 1959, by J. V. Melaert
1959 SWEDISH CHAMPION K/2 by Egron Quarnstrom, Stockholm
WEIGHT IS STILL IMPORTANT
PROPELLER PITCH CALCULATOR
KANGAROO: French Wakefield by Marc Cheurlot
KASPAREK: European power champion by V. Hajek, Czechoslovakia
QUAK: Glider/power Canard, G. Friedrich, W. Germany
E. GERMAN WAKEFIELD CHAMPION 1959
PENAN WAKE: Finnish Wakefield by Pentti Aalto
RINGTAIL: Sports stunt C/L, R. H. Hammond, Australia
THE "NEUTRAL POINT"
LONG AND SHORT MOMENT ARM
STRUCTURE DESIGN CHARTS
PALISANDRA: C/L Combat, J. Trnka, Czechoslovakia
R/C GLIDER K-l: Werner Thies, W. Germany
SWEPT VOLUME TABLES
MOTOR INSTALLATION GEN
R/C LOW WING S/CHANNEL FOR 3.5 c.c.: by B. Middledorf, Osnabruck, W. Germany
SIDEWINDER: Off-centre fuselage 150 Jetex by G. R. Zeigenfuse, U.S.A.
BABY DUMPLING: Sports Power for .75/1.5 c.c., Noel Shennan, Australia.
ARES: U.S. stunt champion 1959 by W. Werwage, Ohio
KURZWELLENSITTICH: R/C multi 1—2.5 c.c., W. Paschke, W. Germany
MICKEY: Lightweight S/C R/C by "Le Perroquet", Belgium
P.S. UNORTHODOX "SAFETY LAST" C/L (.049) J. L. McLarty, U.S.A.
ELECTRIC FREE FLIGHT
TANKS - THE EASY WAY
A NEW APPROACH TO THERMAL FLYING
PROPELLER R.P.M. CALCULATIONS
SIMPLE EGG CURVES
TOW A BANNER
DRILLING HARDWOOD, CUT AND TRY WING JOINTS
AIR L-50: Scale 1 c.c. power or rubber, M. Poitin, France
SIGNWRITING TIP: Warps
KING SWEEP: Swept wing stunt C/L for .29-.35 engines, L. Grogan, U.S.A.
RUSSIAN RUDEVATOR: R/C Glider, A. Anisimov
CESSNA 210: Scale R/C Sports power for 2.5 c.c., G. Friedrich, Germany
FIRST F.A.I. WORLD R/C CHAMPIONSHIPS AT DUBENDORF, ZURICH
WORLD POWER CHAMPIONSHIPS AT CRANFIELD
BRITISH CONTEST RESULTS
SCHEDULE OF INTERNATIONAL AND BRITISH RECORDS
RUBBER MOTOR TURNS TABLES
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