Development of an aircraft incidence meter by Albert Francis Zahm

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Published by Press of J. B. Lippincott Co. in [Philadelphia] .

Written in English

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  • Aeronautical instruments

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Other titlesAircraft incidence meter.
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LC ClassificationsTL589 .Z27
The Physical Object
Pagination683-685 p.
Number of Pages685
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Open LibraryOL25218679M
LC Control Number50052576

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an aerobatic model would normally be set up with the wing and tail at 0 degrees. A vintage (basically Free Flight) model migh go as high as 3 degrees BUT that is in realationship to the datum or centre line.

Feihu is right, and more to the point, it's more accurate than using an incidence meter. Think about it, a difference of 1/16 on a wing panel that's 15" wide, won't even show up on an incidence meter, but 1/16" is 1/16 with a rule. Use the incidence meter as a rough guide, but be an accurate modeler, use a rule.

Pulled my Great Planes Laser Incidence Meter out the other day to set up a plane and my batteries were dead. I have had the incidence meter for years and years so I wasn't surprised that the 2 batteries in the unit were dead. The unit had a quantity of two - GP, volt batteries in it.

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