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Rubber Powered Model Airplanes

Author : Don H. Ross
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Building Flying Indoor Model Airplanes

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Model Rubber Band powered Airplanes

Author : Brian Rutherford
File Size : 39.87 MB
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Building and Flying Model Airplanes

Author : Air Youth of America
File Size : 39.19 MB
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Making Scale Model Airplanes Fly

Author : William F. McCombs
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Building and Flying Model Aircraft

Author : Robert Schleicher
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Two leading experts introduce beginners to basic aerodynamic principles and the building techniques of master modelers. Their richly illustrated manual provides valuable information on every phase of assembling and flying model aircraft--from the correct methods of kit-building and paint and tissue covering to the secrets of selecting the best engine and radio-control rig for each plane.

Boys Life

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Boys' Life is the official youth magazine for the Boy Scouts of America. Published since 1911, it contains a proven mix of news, nature, sports, history, fiction, science, comics, and Scouting.

What Makes Airplanes Fly

Author : Peter P. Wegener
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Developed for humanities students at Yale and intended for the general reader interested in flight, this book is about aerodynamics in the broadest sense. To put the science into its social context, the author describes (with many illustrations) the history of human attempts to fly and discusses the outlook for future developments, as well as the social impact of commercial aviation. Although only elementary mathematics is used, the underlying science is discussed rigorously, but clearly, and with an emphasis on the visualizable aspects. Thus readers whose background is not in physics will deepen their knowledge of physics, gain an understanding of what keeps the huge airliners up, and appreciate some of the details of the exciting recent developments in technology.

How to Build and Fly Electric Model Aircraft

Author : Robert Schleicher
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Examines new technologies that allow enthusiasts to access areas with electric models which were previosly inaccessible. Offers advice on choosing a battery, tethered and free flight, simple and advanced radio control, indoor flight, build-it-yourself kits and exact scale flying.

Flying Models

Author : Don Ross
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Subtitled: Tips and Techniques for Beginner and Expert. This companion to Don Ross's immensely popular Rubber Powered Model Airplanes now opens the world of Electric Power, CO2, Micro R-C, and even Compressed Air to beginner and expert alike. Ross leads you from simple tools and techniques right through to state-of-the-art materials that will enhance your model's appearance and increase its flight time 25 - 40 percent or more! Sftbd., 5 3/4"x 8 1/4", 240 pgs., 147 bandw ill.