How was that measured? Was it corrected for wind? What was the pilot weight, empty weight and gross weight?-in practice=auer KASPERWING (160 kg /16.7 m^2) can fly horisontally with 5 m/s speed...
I understand Yours opinion=12 mph is hard to measure=I would love to see a video of the Kasper Wing flying along side a person jogging with a wind sock or flag in the background.
=experimentally achived Specific Thrust of simple,rectengular fan was 1900 N/ HPif were talking about a totally different propulsion system like flapping wings then this opens up a whole new category of flying machines and new possibilities.
BRILLIANT, good find, THANKSThis is a super video to watch when trying to figure out how wingtip feathers work for birds. It is a 360° video. You can turn to see wingtip, nose or tail. Super handy! sadly not all wingtip feathers visible due to "elbow" in wing.
=dr Sorokodums investigation=all big feathers have equall specific resonance freguency...=26 Hz.Is this a mass spring frequency or a flutter frequency?
I've been busy working on other things lately, but thought about Owlet again today. I thought it a shame that I wasn't doing anything with it, and recalled that someone had at one point expressed an interest in an stl for it. Why not? Maybe someone else can find something interesting to do with this.Could we have a pic from above and beneath and maybe an STL?