Discussion in 'Aircraft Design / Aerodynamics / New Technology' started by yankeeclipper, Jun 3, 2009.
-=HONDA 4 cilinder,150 HP +reductor...
Development of an Ultralight with a Ducted Fan - pdf.io
-yes,I can install only 0.7 m diameter fan \75-100 HP\=
-my "fan" -tasmagores?
Can't help but wish the great UL-39 team had created a similarly powered, updated version of an RFB Fantrainer or the Fanliner with a 5' or 6' duct. The rate of climb would be terrific.
This is for all you aspiring Jet Jockeys.
A very good friend of mine, Josef from the Czech Republic who used to live here in Aus but returned to his homeland about 6 years ago, has been keeping me updated on the progress of the all carbon fibre Ducted Fan Ultralight Jet a group of University people specialising in aviation have been working on for about 10 years and they finally have their Ultralight replica L39 completed and flying.
Check out the Pics, a brilliant dream come to life!
This is all the info I have at the moment and as soon as he sends me all the specs I will put them here.
It's Malish's single duct bird. Almost exactly. Interesting parallel evolution.
I thought Malish had dual ducts.
Beautiful. Nice work! I'd love to see some pictures of the fan if possible.
Thanks. A little more elegant than my aluminum blade, wood/fg stator test fan. I like it.
PJ-II =double ducted fan...
PJ-I =single df \modell only\
L-39 Výcvikový systém
-you can try it...\minimum 15 minutes\
Unikátní letadlo se schovanou vrtulí p
=ul-39 taxi video!
FOTOGALERIE Prototyp ultralehkého sportovního letounu UL
Very cool. Great accomplishment to design it, build it and finally fly it. Congrats to the team and look forward to see if flight testing validates predictions.
Very nice photos of UL-39 from yesterday
Haven't seen it mentioned so does anyone know what engine is used in the UL-39? Going by the video, it sounds like a very noisy 2 stroke.
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