Now in its thirty-third year of publication
February 2016 Issue
You can download the entire February issue of RC Soaring Digest (76 pages) by saving this linked PDF file (approximately 11.6 MB). If you are concerned about the insignia on the tail of the cover model, we have created a revised version of this issue with the symbol obliterated. This edition can be download from this link. Highly compressed versions of both editions (approximately 3.6 MB), with lower quality photos and illustrations, can be downloaded from the Files section of the RCSoaringDigestYahoo! group. You must join the RCSoaringDigestYahoo! group to have access to this PDF.
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|Walter Jaburek of Vienna Austria
has scanned the complete Understanding
Thermal Soaring Sailplanes series
written by Martin Simons and created a single PDF which includes
the articles. This series of articles appeared in RCSD
in January 1990 and ending in the November 1991 issue. There are
references to F3J, which had just been made an official event, but
topics covered are easily related to all forms of RC soaring.
include the sailpane polar, weight and ballast, turning, drag,
effects, performance calculation, moment arms and tail volumes,
horizontal stabilizer considerations, along with numerous others.
worth the 5.6MB download.|
|RC Soaring Digest / B2Streamlines is pleased to be able to make available the DIAMANT Archive containing materials belonging to Art T. Babiarz, Jr., owner and caretaker of Flug- und- Fahrzeugwerke AG DIAMANT 16.5, serial number 012, N1193, XX. This vast amount of material is more than likely the largest collection of DIAMANT information in existence.|
|PDF versions of Slope
News, published February 1988 through
1990 by Charlie Morey. All twenty issues are now available for
|INDEX thru 2005||A complete index for all issues of RCSD through 2005. The search engine is now configured so the results have links to the respective PDF files.|
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