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Head in the clouds

Well-Known Member, from Gold Coast, East Coast of Australia

Head in the clouds was last seen:
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    1. duynewcom
      duynewcom
    2. ekimneirbo
      ekimneirbo
      Whether you wish to comment or not, I hope you take the time to at least look at Foolhardy or just a Calculated Risk in the Hangar Flying Section
    3. Mohanakannan
      Mohanakannan
      Dear Sir

      I've read your profile and I am glad to know that you are a rotary wing pilot. I am right now designing a two seat helicopter teaming with a university and planing to build it in the near future, could you please help me in this regard by clarifying few of my doubts?

      To introduce myself, this is Mohan and I work for Airbus as a flight operations analysis engineer, I work with data from the flight data recorders. I have developed interest in helicopters a couple of years back and I am now in the process of designing one. It would be great if you could clarify few of my doubts.

      Thanks & Regards
      Mohan
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    Location:
    Gold Coast, East Coast of Australia
    Current / Future projects:
    Building a 2 seat, fabric covered, welded steel STOL aircraft with quick-folding wings to be able to trailer it or 'hangar' it in a shipping container. Started construction in January 2015.
    Past Projects:
    Present project is no.18 in small aircraft, hanggliders first then single seat ultralights and now two-seaters. Have tried most construction methods and current preferred method is welded steel.
    Live on E Coast of Australia. Rotary and fixed wing pilot, started in hangliders then gliding, ultralights, GA, commercial. Now work as designer/draftsman in construction industry. Design and build planes for a hobby.

    Concentrating on the design/building of compact folding wing aircraft in light sport category. Lack of hangars is an increasing problem so folding wings are a benefit for storage/trailering.
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