MEN Trainer

 

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MEN Trainer  
from Model Engineering of Norwalk
1975 
58in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin Multi Trainer
all formers complete :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 08/03/2013
Outerzone planID: oz4101 | Filesize: 540KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: JimScott

   

About this Plan

M.E.N. Trainer - Radio control trainer, with undercambered wing. Scanned plans for MEN trainer with additional 2nd sheet showing a twin-engined version of the model. The scan is missing a small section at the right hand side of sheet 1, so the tail control surface outlines are missing.

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what is the dihedral of wing. no braces shown. thank you
Nameless - 20/04/2014
Hi, Steve. I just looked and the previous comment is correct: there is no information regarding correct dihedral for this airplane. A good start would be six degrees/3.0 inches per panel, which works out to raising one panel six inches with the other one flat on the board. The airplane should have good yaw/roll coupling at this number.
Moeregaard - 27/04/2014
Steve, I have a plans built example of this model with literally 100's of flights on it. I just took a measurement of the wing with one panel flat on the bench. The other wing panel is raised 5 inches at the tip (though 6 inches would likely work fine). Be sure to take the measurement at the leading edge as the undercambered airfoil makes a measurement at the spar higher. Each wing panel has a washout or twist such that the with the leading edge and wing root flat on the bench, the outboard trailing edge will be 1/2 inch above the bench. I can affirm that the yaw/roll coupling is very good despite the fairly small rudder.
Kyle - 22/02/2015
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