Flugzeugtyp: Ventus 2c/18m,

Startplatz:Air Sailing (US / 11)

Karte

MSL: 0 m Vario: 0 m/s Speed: 0 km/h AGL: 0 m Time: 00:00:00
space

Flugdetails

Punkte des Fluges 141.4
Strecke
Punkte des Fluges 122,64
Wertungsdistanz 144,7
Speed 47,6 km/h
Wertungsdauer 03:02:22
Dreieck
Punkte des Fluges 18,76
Wertungsdistanz 73,8 km
Speed 29,1 km/h
Wertungsdauer 02:32:15
Wertungsklasse 18m
Wertungsanfang 20:30:16
Wertungsende 23:47:19
Index: 118,0
Club Air Sailing Nevada
Tag der Meldung 13.11.2017 06:52:09
Status IGC-Datei: Flug:

Flugweg

Strecke (OLC-Classic)
Dreieck (FAI-OLC)

MeetingPoints

  • Die MeetingPoints werden nur Nutzern mit Login angezeigt.
    Bitte melde dich an.

TopMeteo - Wetterkarten


Statistik

Strecke (OLC-Classic)
Dreieck (FAI-OLC)

Kommentar

Mediocre at best blue wave day. Forecasts were calling for strong SW winds starting around 8,000. Oddly enough, when I launched the winds were slightly easterly at the surface. I took a very high tow to nearly 9,000' up to Tule Peak (since lower altitude winds were forecast to be weak), hoping the winds would be plenty strong and westerly at that altitude and I could use the Tule ridge as a stepping stone to get into wave. What I actually found was 10 knots or less of westerly wind at the peak which was just strong enough for me to ridge soar at minimum sink speed and not much else. Further north by Susanville there were some lennies, but were well out of reach. After about half an hour without much improvement I decided to try the west face of the Dogskins, that didn't go much better. Thermals were just starting to kick up so I managed to get enough height to fly back to Tule peak for another go. I managed to finally find anemic half knot wave at about 9000' between Tule and the Dogskins, but fell out of that pretty quick. I headed towards Freds Mountain and found some better wave up there which I presume was the primary. Further south over Reno was clear lenticulars setting up even though I was under blue. Unfortunately, it was getting late enough and I still needed to derig before sunset, so didn't use that for very long before heading back. When I landed, surface winds were calm. Had a little higher hopes for the day but the winds were more SSW than SW which didn't help and all the forecasts overestimated the wind strength, but it did feel good that a little persistence did eventually allow me to catch the wave.

Pilot

- Kein Kommentar -

OLC-Team

Karte

MSL: 0 m Vario: 0 m/s Speed: 0 km/h AGL: 0 m Time: 00:00:00
space

Flugdetails

Punkte des Fluges 37.02
Wertungsdistanz 105.04 km
Speed 42.02 km/h
Wertungsdauer 02:13:33
Wertungsklasse 18m
Wertungsanfang 20:30:16
Wertungsende 23:47:19
Index: 118,0
Club Air Sailing Nevada
Tag der Meldung 13.11.2017 06:52:09
Status IGC-Datei: Flug:

Flugweg


MeetingPoints

  • Die MeetingPoints werden nur Nutzern mit Login angezeigt.
    Bitte melde dich an.

TopMeteo - Wetterkarten


Statistik


Kommentar

Mediocre at best blue wave day. Forecasts were calling for strong SW winds starting around 8,000. Oddly enough, when I launched the winds were slightly easterly at the surface. I took a very high tow to nearly 9,000' up to Tule Peak (since lower altitude winds were forecast to be weak), hoping the winds would be plenty strong and westerly at that altitude and I could use the Tule ridge as a stepping stone to get into wave. What I actually found was 10 knots or less of westerly wind at the peak which was just strong enough for me to ridge soar at minimum sink speed and not much else. Further north by Susanville there were some lennies, but were well out of reach. After about half an hour without much improvement I decided to try the west face of the Dogskins, that didn't go much better. Thermals were just starting to kick up so I managed to get enough height to fly back to Tule peak for another go. I managed to finally find anemic half knot wave at about 9000' between Tule and the Dogskins, but fell out of that pretty quick. I headed towards Freds Mountain and found some better wave up there which I presume was the primary. Further south over Reno was clear lenticulars setting up even though I was under blue. Unfortunately, it was getting late enough and I still needed to derig before sunset, so didn't use that for very long before heading back. When I landed, surface winds were calm. Had a little higher hopes for the day but the winds were more SSW than SW which didn't help and all the forecasts overestimated the wind strength, but it did feel good that a little persistence did eventually allow me to catch the wave.

Pilot

- Kein Kommentar -

OLC-Team

Karte

MSL: 0 m Vario: 0 m/s Speed: 0 km/h AGL: 0 m Time: 00:00:00
space

Flugdetails

Punkte des Fluges 116.42
Wertungsdistanz 144.73 km
Speed 47.62 km/h
Wertungsdauer 03:02:22
Wertungsklasse 18m
Wertungsanfang 20:30:16
Wertungsende 23:47:19
Index: 139,24
Pilotenfaktor 1,4 (<700km)
Club Air Sailing Nevada
Tag der Meldung 13.11.2017 06:52:09
Status IGC-Datei: Flug:

Flugweg


MeetingPoints

  • Die MeetingPoints werden nur Nutzern mit Login angezeigt.
    Bitte melde dich an.

TopMeteo - Wetterkarten


Statistik


Relevante Wertungen


Kommentar

Mediocre at best blue wave day. Forecasts were calling for strong SW winds starting around 8,000. Oddly enough, when I launched the winds were slightly easterly at the surface. I took a very high tow to nearly 9,000' up to Tule Peak (since lower altitude winds were forecast to be weak), hoping the winds would be plenty strong and westerly at that altitude and I could use the Tule ridge as a stepping stone to get into wave. What I actually found was 10 knots or less of westerly wind at the peak which was just strong enough for me to ridge soar at minimum sink speed and not much else. Further north by Susanville there were some lennies, but were well out of reach. After about half an hour without much improvement I decided to try the west face of the Dogskins, that didn't go much better. Thermals were just starting to kick up so I managed to get enough height to fly back to Tule peak for another go. I managed to finally find anemic half knot wave at about 9000' between Tule and the Dogskins, but fell out of that pretty quick. I headed towards Freds Mountain and found some better wave up there which I presume was the primary. Further south over Reno was clear lenticulars setting up even though I was under blue. Unfortunately, it was getting late enough and I still needed to derig before sunset, so didn't use that for very long before heading back. When I landed, surface winds were calm. Had a little higher hopes for the day but the winds were more SSW than SW which didn't help and all the forecasts overestimated the wind strength, but it did feel good that a little persistence did eventually allow me to catch the wave.

Pilot

- Kein Kommentar -

OLC-Team

Peter H. Braasch
Deutscher Wetterdienst
WINTER Instruments
Cobra Trailer
aerokurier
M+D Flugzeugbau
Rent a Glider
SCHEMPP-HIRTH Flugzeugbau GmbH
Bitterwasser
TopMeteo
LXNAV
Fliegerstrom
Tost
DG Flugzeugbau
HPH
binder
Clouddancers
LANGE Aviation GmbH
Baudisch Design
ILEC
FLIGHT TEAM
Air Avionics
navITer
Siebert
Bürklin
Segelflugschule Wasserkuppe
IMI Gliding
Milvus
FLARM
Alexander Schleicher
Jonker Sailplanes
TQ Avionics