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Old June 8th 04, 11:01 AM
Roopah Vi Tam
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Hi there!

I am looking for a list or a library of Disk Loadings and Power Loadings for
some rotating-Wing Aircrafts (especially VTOLs). I have found some peculiar
data on V22 Osprey (different DL in a site and in a book??), so I wnted to
make sure...

I need them for a research (comparisons etc)

Does anyone know where I can find such information?

Many Thx

RVT




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Old September 9th 04, 05:45 PM
Eric Hertsens
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Hi guy's,

Can anybody help me choose which simulation software/hardware to buy, I
started my training for a private license and want to get some simulated
time to hone the skills needed.
 




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