Tail Aero RC

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Fun R/C quotes – Part 9

are like … movies. You something bad is going to happen, you don’t know when.

If you is coming towards you, your transmitter at it and run.

watch the head, I’ll the tail.”

Getting Started on RC – Part 6 (Learning to fly)

In (very long) post, i go through the several stages of to pilot a RC helicopter. I can tell you it not happen without practice and so keep your anxiety But, if you follow these you should be able to progress in skills and soon will be like Tareq Al Saadi !

1 – The hover

This first into flying model is probably the hardest part to mainly because you have to do it Of course an instructor can hover model and show you the basic he will make it look easy but at least you know if he can do it, the model must be okay. On first attempt at hovering you wonder what you have got into as it seems almost don’t worry, its like a bike and once you can hover is no going back.

You will to fit a training under carriage, are two types, crossed sticks balls on the end or crossed sticks a standard hula-hoop attached, type is okay and they are fitted using cable

Whatever radio you use make you have the best gyro you can as this will make of the tail a lot easier. If you can get your on a good simulator it will considerably, and at around £100 if you a PC, it will be money well

Try to choose a day with little or no and make sure you keep the pointing into wind as will help to keep the straight, all you are trying to do at this is to keep the model hovering on the at about 1 to 6 inches (25mm to high, if it gets any higher, the throttle, land and try again. keep practising for as long as it it will probably take visits to the flying field to the tail in hover.

So you can hover in and land fairly smoothly. Do not your training under it will still be useful for the step, which is hovering on. You can do this by hovering diagonally and turning the model side on as you make sure you practise on sides of the model, it is very to get handed and once you have got the of hovering only your side it is hard to get out of.

All the above take many hours of to perfect so take your and don’t remove your under carriage until you you are ready to do so, you may want to move on to learning the nose in hover you have it on, or you can leave nose in until you can fly circuits when you can fly the model towards yourself you can stop and hover, which way you do is up to you as I have seen it done ways.

Remember, the most important you will need to become an RC pilot are patience and determination.

2 – First Circuits

Before we get the flying, set your lower to about minus 2 degrees 5 to 6 degrees in the hover position and 8 to 9 at the top. It is also useful to set up the so that the throttle trim you tick over in the middle, up at the top and engine cut at the bottom. You should be to achieve this using the adjustment (not the throttle on the transmitter, if not you will have to the throttle servo arm as required.

You now fly the model with the throttle at the high position; this keep the engine revs up in negative pitch there-by more control. As with the hover it is a good idea at stage to get an experienced pilot to fly the and adjust the trims as required, will make it much for you.

Start with the tail in, facing into at a height that you are happy then hover over to left side, back to the and then to the right side, practising this with the in then gradually turn the to follow the direction of the model and stopping in the middle. The turns are by applying lateral cyclic to produce a bank, together tail rotor (rudder) to the tail follow the turn.

The amount of aileron and rudder will vary according to the speed of the model and whether you are upwind or downwind. With this will eventually a figure eight with the at both ends away you and at the same height all the way round.

Do not be to fly the model in a circuit around this is bad practise as most sites will not permit you to do so all flying should be in front of the and anyway, you will not learn from this as the model is in the situation relative to you, all the way

Some pilots find the from forward flight to the quite difficult and avoid manoeuvre by stopping the model at and lowering the model vertically to This looks very and if you are ever going to fly in a scale manor you will have to at 45 degrees, you will also to be able to do this to learn

To return the model to hover forward flight reduce and apply back cyclic, the amount of each control to a 45 degree approach. Ideally the should be into wind but sure you practise from the and right to avoid getting

As you gain confidence with circuits try to gradually make higher and faster. The height be useful later when you new manoeuvres, giving you more to correct a mistake before the comes up! Also don’t be to fly on a windy day, I have many pilots build up a of the wind and you can’t let the weather you flying, particularly if you live in the UK.

the only way to learn is stick and lots of it.

Level 3 – Autorotation

are many pilots who advance to a high level of flying yet bother to learn autorotations a comment often heard is stop an engine that is perfectly well”, fair I suppose but what if your cuts, chances are you will and crash the model. So there is one reason to learn autos, the reason being the shear of landing your model after time with no power. I having gone many stages of learning to fly but I the autorotation the most rewarding of

During autorotation the negative will control the glide of decent, this will be minus 3 degrees but will according to wind conditions, and forward speed during the I always set my negative pitch to minus 5 degrees and then the pitch with the stick to get the decent angle.

Before you start, you will to set your throttle hold so that it gives a reliable tick over when If your tail is driven autos you should set the tail with no pitch when the switch is operated, as there is no from the rotor head autorotation the tail does not any counter acting pitch. You be able to perform a 45 degree and landing before any attempt at

Also make sure you are with the throttle hold position on the transmitter, you will to find it quickly while

To give you an idea of how much is in the rotor head with no power, from the ground, the throttle until the model is on the skids, switch to throttle and gently add pitch, the model hover for a short time.

by flying your normal at a safe height, when into wind hit the hold and apply negative pitch, the motion of the model should the tail straight, if the tail to the left or right return the switch to normal and land the adjust the tail trim and try Once you are happy with the trim keep practising descents but only down to a that will give you to abort (return the hold to normal).

After hours of you will be able to descend at 45 apply back cyclic to (stop the forward speed) and add to land. The difficult part is the of all this, if you add to much pitch to (to high) you will use up the inertia in the head and will not have to land. If you add pitch to late the is obvious.

Autorotations are easier with a 60 model due to the extra blade but wither it’s a 60 or 30 size the type and weight of the blades have a major effect on performance, use glass/carbon blades SAB or TG for best performance.

Keep but remember – it is supposed to be fun!

4 – Setup for Aerobatics

Most will have three modes available via the flight switch (sometimes called the up switch), this will you three pitch and throttle one for normal hovering, one for aerobatics loops and rolls, and the third one can be set for extreme 3D type flying.



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