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AeroModeller Annual 1958-59
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"Per Ardua Ad Astra, the well-know motto of the Royal Air Force, typifies the average aeromodeller in his struggle to get his model "upwards to the stars", yet he perseveres despite all the difficulties that beset his path, be they technical or municipal."

AeroModeller Annual 1958-59
AeroModeller Annual
C.S. Rushbrooke & D.J. Laidlaw-Dickson (Eds.)
Model Aeronautical Press Ltd., Watford, Herts.
1958
Book, 156 pages

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"A review of the year's aeromodelling throughout the world in theory and practice; together with useful data, contest results and authoritative articles, produced by staff and contributors of the AEROMODELLER"

Contents:
INTRODUCTION
A CONTROL BOX FOR PROPORTIONAL RUDDER AND ELEVATOR by T. Ives
ENGINE SPEED CONTROL: Useful survey of current systems
MAINMOVE: Tailless Wakefield design
X.L.58: New-rule Wakefield by R. Cizek
INDOOR R.O.W.: High performance American microfilm design
ROSSITEN-MOTOR-As: Unique German pusher design
DEVELOPMENT OF A SUCCESSFUL STUNT MODEL
MANUFACTURE OF MODEL ENGINES: Learn how your motor is made
3-VALVE AUDIO TONE SINGLE-CHANNEL RECEIVER by C. Olsen
OVER THE WAVE: Japanese Radio Controlled design
INDOOR ORNITHOPTER: Unorthodox flapping wing model
DESIGNING FOR THE NEW F.A.I. POWER RULES: The German approach
KLASSE N.III SIEGERMODELL: Tailless power model design
FUEL CONSUMPTION: How to get the most laps per tank of fuel
INTERNATIONAL TAILLESS A/2 GLIDER: 1957 winning contest design
ALL-WINGS WITH A DIFFERENCE: Development of an interesting model class
JET DESIGN AND MOTOR
DETAILS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE: George Cox expounds on detail
WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP A/2 GLIDER: Design by Danish Champion
LN-25: Beautifully proportioned A/2 of Italian design
NORDIC: Canadian design with high performance
IKARUS IV: Fifth model in the 1957 World Championships
DOPES FOR FUELS: How to get more pep from your fuel
ROCKET POWER: Getting the best from your Jetex units
INDOOR MODELLING IN HUNGARY: With winning design
TATRA T-201: Czech scale control line design
RODEO: Italian stunt design for 2.5 to 5 c.c. motors
THOSE WERE THE DAYS! Selection of old-timers
GUIDED MITE: The smallest R/C design to date
HOTTING-UP AN ENGINE: How to improve your standard motor
KOMAS: Rubber-driven trainer from Czechoslovakia
VAMP: Japanese Wakefield design
JAP WAKEFIELD: Another Far-Eastern approach to the popular class
SURPRIZ: Unique French low-wing Wakefield
SANTA MARIA II: Australian Wakefield winning design
SHORT CUTS IN SCALING PLANS: How to draw your own designs
PELIKAN: Czech design for the smaller A/1 model
BUSSARD: A/2 class glider from East Germany
GS-571-S: Unorthodox Polish pylon power design
F.A.I. POWER: Modified "Amazoom" design from Canada
J.X.0656: New-rule power model from Czechoslovakia
AREA CALCULATIONS MADE EASY: Useful article & monograph
SCALE EFFECT: Simple explanation of a complex subject
PLASTICS: Jock McHard tells how to improve your plastic kits
AUREA: A/1 design with a high performance
ENGINE ANALYSIS: Collation of the year's tests
NATIONAL RECORDS
INTERNATIONAL RECORDS
SNIEGULKA: High performance Polish A/2
ESB-FLUGKREISEL: German powered helicopter of unique design
1957 WORLD SPEED CHAMPIONSHIPS
1957 WORLD GLIDER CHAMPIONSHIPS
1958 WORLD POWER CHAMPIONSHIPS
1958 WAKEFIELD CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS
M-15: Power winner French Championships
HILAPADNON: Winning French A/2 design
BRITISH TRIALS WINNING DESIGNS
CONTEST RESULTS
MODEL SHOP DIRECTORY


 

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