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Info Fluginformation - Dave Nadler (US) - 18.06.2011
Flugzeugtyp: table Antares 18T, Startplatz: Industrial (US / 9) space Download: Google-Earth (.kml)KML spaceDownload: IGC Flug bearbeitenFlug bearbeiten
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Flugdetails
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Strecke
Dreieck
Punkte des Fluges: 628.71
543,42
652,1 km
156,1 km/h
85,29
341,2 km
71,6 km/h
Wertungsdistanz:
Speed:
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Index: 120,0
Club: GBSC Boston
Tag der Meldung:
Status: IGC-Datei: green Flug: status
Flugweg
open
Strecke (OLC-Classic):
Lon Lat Alt Time [UTC]

Dreieck (FAI-OLC):
Lon Lat Alt Time [UTC]
Statistik
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Strecke (OLC-Classic):
s [km] %Kurbel NAufwinde R/C [m/s] E Vd [km/h]

Dreieck (FAI-OLC):
s [km] %Kurbel NAufwinde R/C [m/s] E = Gleitwinkel Vd [km/h]
Kommentar
open
Pilot:

This is an Antares 20E with 18m tips and full water.
ILEC SN10 results: 452.6 miles at 100.3 mph.
Antares Rules !

Launched about 12:30, using the cross runway as the crosswind on the ramp was 20 knots. Flying with the 18m (short) tips and full water for a wing-loading of ~11.9 lbs/ft2 which is TOO LOW for this glider in these conditions. Very rough low so I shut down a bit higher than usual at around 1300 AGL in a decent thermal.

First thermal showed as high as 13 knots on the averager, under building cu way, way above me. I headed north when the thermal dropped as low as 7 knots, following the clouds into the NW part of our task area, turning Caprock at the edge of the cus (blue and a bit smoky to the north). Followed the cus south, turned Abandoned, then headed into wind under a street out to Maljamar. Tried to be disciplined and circle in only 10 knots or better, though I did slow up from 120 knot cruise when I could climb on course at 5 knots or better. Headed to Lovington then SE Mabee, where I landed a decade back after seeing a tornado. Turned back west and ran to Eunice and Railroad, then back east to Andrews.

Clouds appeared to be based around 18000-18500, though I stopped at 17500 as required by racing rules (this did require dumping the flaps and jamming the stick forward when the altimeter was winding up like a clock). Last couple climbs
were a bit weaker, seemed like the day was winding down, so I topped out before Andrews, and final-glided around the turn from around 16000 for a fast run back to windy Hobbs.

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Punkte des Fluges: 145.54
Wertungsdistanz: 400.23 km
Speed: 160.09 km/h
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Index: 120,0
Club: GBSC Boston
Tag der Meldung:
Status: IGC-Datei: green Flug: status
Flugweg
open
Lon Lat Alt Time [UTC]
Statistik
open
s [km] %Kurbel NAufwinde R/C [m/s] E Vd [km/h]
Kommentar
open
Pilot:

This is an Antares 20E with 18m tips and full water.
ILEC SN10 results: 452.6 miles at 100.3 mph.
Antares Rules !

Launched about 12:30, using the cross runway as the crosswind on the ramp was 20 knots. Flying with the 18m (short) tips and full water for a wing-loading of ~11.9 lbs/ft2 which is TOO LOW for this glider in these conditions. Very rough low so I shut down a bit higher than usual at around 1300 AGL in a decent thermal.

First thermal showed as high as 13 knots on the averager, under building cu way, way above me. I headed north when the thermal dropped as low as 7 knots, following the clouds into the NW part of our task area, turning Caprock at the edge of the cus (blue and a bit smoky to the north). Followed the cus south, turned Abandoned, then headed into wind under a street out to Maljamar. Tried to be disciplined and circle in only 10 knots or better, though I did slow up from 120 knot cruise when I could climb on course at 5 knots or better. Headed to Lovington then SE Mabee, where I landed a decade back after seeing a tornado. Turned back west and ran to Eunice and Railroad, then back east to Andrews.

Clouds appeared to be based around 18000-18500, though I stopped at 17500 as required by racing rules (this did require dumping the flaps and jamming the stick forward when the altimeter was winding up like a clock). Last couple climbs
were a bit weaker, seemed like the day was winding down, so I topped out before Andrews, and final-glided around the turn from around 16000 for a fast run back to windy Hobbs.

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Flugdetails
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Punkte des Fluges: 434.72
Wertungsdistanz: 652.08 km
Speed: 156.08 km/h
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Index: 144,0
Pilotenfaktor: 1,2 (<1000km)
Club: GBSC Boston
Tag der Meldung:
Status: IGC-Datei: green Flug: status
Flugweg
open
Lon Lat Alt Time [UTC]
Statistik
open
s [km] %Kurbel NAufwinde R/C [m/s] E Vd [km/h]
Relevante Wertungen
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Kommentar
open
Pilot:

This is an Antares 20E with 18m tips and full water.
ILEC SN10 results: 452.6 miles at 100.3 mph.
Antares Rules !

Launched about 12:30, using the cross runway as the crosswind on the ramp was 20 knots. Flying with the 18m (short) tips and full water for a wing-loading of ~11.9 lbs/ft2 which is TOO LOW for this glider in these conditions. Very rough low so I shut down a bit higher than usual at around 1300 AGL in a decent thermal.

First thermal showed as high as 13 knots on the averager, under building cu way, way above me. I headed north when the thermal dropped as low as 7 knots, following the clouds into the NW part of our task area, turning Caprock at the edge of the cus (blue and a bit smoky to the north). Followed the cus south, turned Abandoned, then headed into wind under a street out to Maljamar. Tried to be disciplined and circle in only 10 knots or better, though I did slow up from 120 knot cruise when I could climb on course at 5 knots or better. Headed to Lovington then SE Mabee, where I landed a decade back after seeing a tornado. Turned back west and ran to Eunice and Railroad, then back east to Andrews.

Clouds appeared to be based around 18000-18500, though I stopped at 17500 as required by racing rules (this did require dumping the flaps and jamming the stick forward when the altimeter was winding up like a clock). Last couple climbs
were a bit weaker, seemed like the day was winding down, so I topped out before Andrews, and final-glided around the turn from around 16000 for a fast run back to windy Hobbs.

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