AeroModeller Annual 1972-73 (RCL#1650)
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AeroModeller Annual 1972-73
R.G. Moulton & D.J. Laidlaw-Dickson (Eds.)
Model & Allied Publications Ltd., Hemel Hempstead, Herts
Book, 74 pages
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"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"
EXPERIMENTS WITH CO2 by J. D. McHard, U.K.
WINDSPEED INDICATOR from Scientific American, U.S.A.
U.S.S.R. POWER, by Eugene Verbitsky, U.S.S.R.
MOTOR SEGLER, Powered glider by Hofass/Spooner, Germany
FASTEST MODEL IN THE WORLD by L. Lipinsky, U.S.S.R.
GEORGE PERRYMAN'S EXTENDING PROPELLER
DISPLACEMENT OF THE WANKEL ENGINE
SUNDAY SPORT RE, Wankel power R/C by T. Sakai, Japan
GLIDER BOOST, Rocket model by G. Harry Stine, U.S.A.
ELECTRIC POWER FOR RADIO CONTROL by M. Masuda, Japan
SQUARE HARE, Japanese derivation of U.S. R/C Flying Wing
THUNDERLITE, R/C stunt by Fujio Arigaya, Japan
FAI POWER, by Renzo Aliverti, Italy
NORTHWIND IV, 2.5 c.c. Power by Bob Stalick, U.S.A.
WHETSTONE, Combat by Steve Fauble, U.S.A.
MAKING POLYESTER PLASTIC FUSELAGES by Pham Anh Tuan, France
SQUEEZE-BANGER, Combat by Wayne Petrevan, U.S.A,
CRAZY, C/L Combat by Vladimir Kocvara, Czechoslovakia
SLOPEMASTER, R/C glider by Ken Willard, U.S.A.
SUNDAY FLY JR., Sportster by T. Sakai, Japan
PICUS HORRIDUS, FAI Team Racer by Piero Fontana, Italy
WRANGLER, Combat by Giorgio Gazza, Italy
ROBY TEMPESTA, C/L speed model by Ugo Dusi, Italy
SATURN 2, Trainer by Andrezej Fraczek, Poland
DRAWING AIRFOIL SECTIONS BY COMPUTER, Naftali Kadmon
HELPING THE TIMEKEEPER, keep the model in sight
ORBITRON, Chuck Glider by Al Vollmer, U.S.A.
INDOOR, FAI formula design by Japanese modeller
ANJORAU, Japanese sportster by T. Yanagida, Japan
CANARD, by Keith Horry, U.K.
KL 71, WORLD CHAMP WAKEFIELD by Josef Klima, Czechoslovakia
DEVELOPMENT OF A/2 WINGS by J. Baguley, U.K.
NIMBUS, A/2 Glider by Bror Eimar, Sweden
SZIVARVANY, A/2 Glider by Geza Potaki, Hungary
SAPER 13, WORLD CHAMP A/2 by Pavel Dvorak, Czechoslovakia
ESPADON, Wakefield by Reiner Hofsass, Germany
LAMINATED BALSA FUSELAGES by Mike Woodhouse, U.K.
TORQUE OPERATED V.I.T. by George Xenakis, U.S.A.
PEGGY X, Wakefield by Mike Thomas, Canada
FAI POWER, WORLD CHAMP by Rolf Hagel, Sweden
UNLIMITED, Open Rubber by Bob White, U.S.A.
COUPE D'HIVER, Japanese simple design, Japan
1972 CDH CHAMP by Malnati, Italy
1971 CDH CHAMP by Jacques Matherat, France
SEA TRAINER, R/C Flying-boat by George Wilson, U.S.A.
MESSERSCHMITT ME 323, six-engined scale R/C by M. Katoaka, Japan
WIRBELWIND, Rotor plane by Horstenke and Quilling, Germany
THE TECHNIQUE OF MAGNET FLYING by Helmut Winkler, Germany
MEDIUM C, Free Flight trainer by Andras Meczner, Hungary
PIERINO, R/C power assisted glider by Nicolas Pierangelo, Italy
FIBRE GLASS PROPELLERS by Jurgen Bartels, Germany
FRIUL, 1970 European Magnet Soaring Champion by Mario Feruglio, Italy
THE TRANSFORMABLE CONTROLINER by P. Rousselot, France
MINI-NEMESIS, Chuck glider by Bill Giesking, U.S.A.
LONGOBARDO, FAI Team Racer by Cipolla Bros., Italy
POLISH STUNTER, by Josef Wazik, Poland
TWINBOOM, Japanese sport control-liner
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