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    • Malish
      Hi, Dennis! This was a REAL replica of P-39, NOT a scam. Guys did very good job to make it look as close as possible to a real P-39...
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      I think P-39 Aircobra wasn't so bad fighter aircraft. Russian pilots like them and used them very successfully. Alexander...
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      Wood structure with fiberglass skin construction. Engine in the front(100hp?), but prototype never flew because lock of finances to...
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    • Malish
      Here some color photo's of replica prototype with Russian former fighter pilot who was fighting in real P-39 in WWII:
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      In early 90th in Russia some enthusiast build 3/4 replica P-39 Aircobra aircraft. It's was designed as a KIT-aircraft, but investor(from...
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      Malish reacted to wsimpso1's post in the thread rear spar bending load with Like Like.
      OK, let's remember that structurally, the outer panel can be isolated for purposes of structural analysis. Once we know the loads into...
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      Sat through a presentation by Barnaby Wainfan at OSH where the takeaways I got were: A well designed and executed winglet is the same...
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      Malish reacted to wsimpso1's post in the thread rear spar bending load with Like Like.
      Answering your question, Yes. It has probably already crossed your path a few times and you just did not recognize it. The preparation...
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      Malish replied to the thread rear spar bending load.
      Glasair(I, II and III) single peace wing don't need large bolts to hold those bending(shear) loading and it's mounted to fuselage with...
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      Malish reacted to PiperCruisin's post in the thread rear spar bending load with Like Like.
      Nice photos of the joints. I just want to point out, being Captain Obvious here, that the "large bolts for the shear loads" is because...
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      Malish replied to the thread rear spar bending load.
      Yes, they are big to hold that shear load: I liked this design to mount outer wing section, so we did same thing on our aircraft...
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      Malish reacted to wsimpso1's post in the thread rear spar bending load with Like Like.
      Illustration shows what I had said before about overlapped main spar and pinned aft spar on a three-piece wing. Main spar bolts are big.
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      Malish replied to the thread rear spar bending load.
      Lancair Legacy 3 peace wing attachments - front spar with two bolts and rear spar with one bolt:
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      Malish replied to the thread SeaBee in Ukraine.
      In the 90's I used to own Russian Yak-18T and I love it. It's 4 place Russian trainer aircraft with 360hp radial M-14P engine and...
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      Malish replied to the thread SeaBee in Ukraine.
      This SeaBee is real in Ukraine and author of this video is well known guy in Ukraine/Russian aviation community. They just(time of the...
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