It's already operating in disturbed air from the prop, so the pilot isn't going to make it much worse.My first thought is the turbulence the pilots body would course for the rudder.
Of course. It's like when rock stars crowd surf.But as long as those molecules generate lift :gig:
Like so...?Of course. It's like when rock stars crowd surf.
So, the standard mounting for a pou type wing generally has at least three struts per wing to keep it stable in all directions.
However, I think we can cut down on that number by giving the two main ones a broad chord without interfering with the view much.
See the new Croses site for several more types along similar lines. https://prujalaurent.wixsite.com/croses/les-appareilsYes, that's exactly the plane I was thinking of.
Ideally, they would be bigger at the bottom, tapering to the ends where the hinges are.