Aerodynamic Design of Radioguided Sailplanes by Dr. Ing. Ferdinando Galè This
book has become the classic reference work for the model sailplane
designer who desires a more technical explanation of aerodynamics and
stability and control than is available elsewhere in the model
literature. This is a newly revised edition which is in english only.
Aerodynamic Design of Radioguided Sailplanes begins with an explanation
and discussion of elementary aerodynamics. Each sailplane component 
wing, fuselage, empennage  is then individually examined in detail.
Having analyzed each individual part, a subsequent chapter discusses
the interaction of these parts as a complete sailplane. Chapters on
longitudinal static stability, lateral static stability, and
maneuverability make this book extremely comprehensive. A math and
physics refresher and a number of examples are included in a workbook
section, thus assuring the reader a grasp of all necessary elements. A
complete bibliography rounds out the book.
 Fundamental Aerodynamics
 Airfoil
 Wing
 Fuselage
 Empennages
 Complete Sailplane
 Static Longitudinal Stability
 Static Lateral Stability
 Maneuverability
 Mathematics and Physics Refresher
 Examples and Problems, with Solutions
 Bibliography
312 pages, illustrated. (PDF, 6.0MB) US$28.00
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