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Send Feedback. E-mail the story How wings really work. With those changes, the dihedral for the upper wing is 0. The distance between the wings is Add the 2" offset and the length is then On the drawings, the closest measurement is I'll may use that to layout the jig for the interplanes struts. I also may change the lugs to make the 1. Interplane Struts 2. I set mine up at 1. Someplace , somewhere I had heard that what they are supposed to be.
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My Interplane struts are all done, made them to fit the plane, not to plan. Kinda like a lot of things with this thing. Anyway, I am pretty much confident that the flying wires have enough adjustment to compensate.
If not, I will deal with it later I guess. The flying wires are too expensive to make a mistake so I measured them yesterday.
The wires I have are close to the plan lengths but none match the plans. Go figure.
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I measured the maximum length. They can be adjusted shorter. I haven't done all the calculations, but the front flying wire is too short to get the 1. The rear ones will work. I think I'll just make the front landing wire lug longer to make it work. The bottom wing dihedral will probably just be whatever it turn out to be with the length of the landing wires as is. But for sure, I think the upper wing maybe should have the 1.
Comes more from my OCD than any engineering analysis. Hi Nick I'd also like to welcome you to the group. Billy used the standard 2 degrees dihederal on the bottom wings and used 1 degree on the top wings. The intent is to achieve a Waco look. If you will be building the standard CB1 setting the 1 degree for the top wings is merely a flying wire adjustment but if you build the Classic model you'll need to adjust your root rib ever so slight to correct for the 1 degree - a simples process.
Again welcome and good luck Ron B And A lot of things are documented on the Classic plans in places you would not expect or are not obvious.
The 1. On the right side of the page are spar drawings calling out the 1. I see what's happening. You're referring to the dihedral on the bottom wings. The CB-1 plans call for 2 degrees.
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The Classic plans does not specify a dihredal value for the lower wings -- just the upper wings -- and this is 1. My game plan is to build the upper wings with 1. Any problems with this approach? I did a search for "dihedral".
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So, good luck I seem to remember 1. The is the article that gave me the HOTS bad for the plane. Or, try and call Jeff Shoemake and see if he knows something. This is pretty much standard for a stable flying biplane, pitts ect are built to be unstable.