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Info Fluginformation - Omri Kalinsky (IL) - 29.07.2017
Flugzeugtyp: table Ventus 2c/18m, Startplatz: Air Sailing (US / 11) 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: 715.06
569,74
672,3 km
119,1 km/h
145,32
571,6 km
101,1 km/h
Wertungsdistanz:
Speed:
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Wertungsanfang: 19:24:21
Wertungsende: 01:03:26
Index: 118,0
Club: Air Sailing Nevada
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
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Pilot:

Good day if you don't mind a little virga slaloming and task schizophrenia. Started out heading SW thinking maybe going deep into the Sierras, but as it seems to do, it went blue shortly after Truckee. Decided to convert that to passing the Reno class C to the west and headed towards the Pinenuts. It was already beginning to blow up by Minden and the entire Minden/Gardnerville area was in total overcast shadow. Under the shelf there was both virga shafts and lift which I used to get some great dolphining in. I decided to turn around halfway down the pinenuts worrying about getting trapped south of this blowup. My initial thought for the next destination was Blue Canyon, which was way out in the blue. Next thought was Gasner which didn't work out as I saw a huge plume of smoke and was worried about a fire TFR there that wasn't there in the morning when I got my briefing (and I was right). So decided to go to Spaulding. After turning Spaulding I wanted to go east which I haven't really explored. North of Herlong, I noticed quite a bit of blow up over Air Sailing. As I got closer to Lovelock, an overcast anvil was spreading out from the blow up over Air Sailing, but I thought all I need was a good climb to get plenty of height to make it home flying under the dead/sinky dark sky. I got that last climb pretty easily. Most of the glide home was working well even under an ugly sky, until the end when the westerly/headwind outflow became very strong, 30-40 knots, the virga was making the air crazy choppy, so much so that I slowed the ship down to well below Va and lots of sink. The last few miles to air sailing turned my 50:1 Ventus into more like 15:1. I nicked my release point by the Dogskins so I could get some triangle points out of it and headed to the pattern. I previously noticed some strong westerly dust storms blowing at the surface over Winnemucca dry lake and was preparing for a VERY windy landing with a 70 knot, very high approach to runway 21. It turned out to be not too bad at all with 15 knots or so and a bit of a right crosswind. After landing, I noticed the airport was already soaked and we did get some pretty strong gusts and more rain shortly thereafter, so had to wait a bit and guard the ship before starting to tie her down for the night.

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Flugdetails
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Punkte des Fluges: 116.48
Wertungsdistanz: 330.5 km
Speed: 132.2 km/h
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Wertungsanfang: 19:24:21
Wertungsende: 01:03:26
Index: 118,0
Club: Air Sailing Nevada
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:

Good day if you don't mind a little virga slaloming and task schizophrenia. Started out heading SW thinking maybe going deep into the Sierras, but as it seems to do, it went blue shortly after Truckee. Decided to convert that to passing the Reno class C to the west and headed towards the Pinenuts. It was already beginning to blow up by Minden and the entire Minden/Gardnerville area was in total overcast shadow. Under the shelf there was both virga shafts and lift which I used to get some great dolphining in. I decided to turn around halfway down the pinenuts worrying about getting trapped south of this blowup. My initial thought for the next destination was Blue Canyon, which was way out in the blue. Next thought was Gasner which didn't work out as I saw a huge plume of smoke and was worried about a fire TFR there that wasn't there in the morning when I got my briefing (and I was right). So decided to go to Spaulding. After turning Spaulding I wanted to go east which I haven't really explored. North of Herlong, I noticed quite a bit of blow up over Air Sailing. As I got closer to Lovelock, an overcast anvil was spreading out from the blow up over Air Sailing, but I thought all I need was a good climb to get plenty of height to make it home flying under the dead/sinky dark sky. I got that last climb pretty easily. Most of the glide home was working well even under an ugly sky, until the end when the westerly/headwind outflow became very strong, 30-40 knots, the virga was making the air crazy choppy, so much so that I slowed the ship down to well below Va and lots of sink. The last few miles to air sailing turned my 50:1 Ventus into more like 15:1. I nicked my release point by the Dogskins so I could get some triangle points out of it and headed to the pattern. I previously noticed some strong westerly dust storms blowing at the surface over Winnemucca dry lake and was preparing for a VERY windy landing with a 70 knot, very high approach to runway 21. It turned out to be not too bad at all with 15 knots or so and a bit of a right crosswind. After landing, I noticed the airport was already soaked and we did get some pretty strong gusts and more rain shortly thereafter, so had to wait a bit and guard the ship before starting to tie her down for the night.

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Flugdetails
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Punkte des Fluges: 540.78
Wertungsdistanz: 672.3 km
Speed: 119.08 km/h
Wertungsdauer:
Wertungsklasse: 18m
Wertungsanfang: 19:24:21
Wertungsende: 01:03:26
Index: 139,24
Pilotenfaktor: 1,4 (<700km)
Club: Air Sailing Nevada
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:

Good day if you don't mind a little virga slaloming and task schizophrenia. Started out heading SW thinking maybe going deep into the Sierras, but as it seems to do, it went blue shortly after Truckee. Decided to convert that to passing the Reno class C to the west and headed towards the Pinenuts. It was already beginning to blow up by Minden and the entire Minden/Gardnerville area was in total overcast shadow. Under the shelf there was both virga shafts and lift which I used to get some great dolphining in. I decided to turn around halfway down the pinenuts worrying about getting trapped south of this blowup. My initial thought for the next destination was Blue Canyon, which was way out in the blue. Next thought was Gasner which didn't work out as I saw a huge plume of smoke and was worried about a fire TFR there that wasn't there in the morning when I got my briefing (and I was right). So decided to go to Spaulding. After turning Spaulding I wanted to go east which I haven't really explored. North of Herlong, I noticed quite a bit of blow up over Air Sailing. As I got closer to Lovelock, an overcast anvil was spreading out from the blow up over Air Sailing, but I thought all I need was a good climb to get plenty of height to make it home flying under the dead/sinky dark sky. I got that last climb pretty easily. Most of the glide home was working well even under an ugly sky, until the end when the westerly/headwind outflow became very strong, 30-40 knots, the virga was making the air crazy choppy, so much so that I slowed the ship down to well below Va and lots of sink. The last few miles to air sailing turned my 50:1 Ventus into more like 15:1. I nicked my release point by the Dogskins so I could get some triangle points out of it and headed to the pattern. I previously noticed some strong westerly dust storms blowing at the surface over Winnemucca dry lake and was preparing for a VERY windy landing with a 70 knot, very high approach to runway 21. It turned out to be not too bad at all with 15 knots or so and a bit of a right crosswind. After landing, I noticed the airport was already soaked and we did get some pretty strong gusts and more rain shortly thereafter, so had to wait a bit and guard the ship before starting to tie her down for the night.

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