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Yippy Kay Yay!!! Awesome Wildthing! Ã°Å¸ËœÅ½ Videos pleeeeaaazzzzze .......


I need a snow free runway 😃 
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bimoadiprakoso
A simple update of the F/A-181E Blackwasp. Quick CFD for the wing airfoil and the horizontal stabilizer. No substantial issue shown.

WingProfileAnalysis.jpg 

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JTiger
A simple update of the F/A-181E Blackwasp. Quick CFD for the wing airfoil and the horizontal stabilizer. No substantial issue shown.

WingProfileAnalysis.jpg 

Could you run this at maybe 10 degrees AoA?
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Wildthing
A simple update of the F/A-181E Blackwasp. Quick CFD for the wing airfoil and the horizontal stabilizer. No substantial issue shown.

WingProfileAnalysis.jpg 


Nothing like having a wind tunnel built into your computer 🙂 
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JTiger wrote:

Could you run this at maybe 10 degrees AoA?


10 deg AoA, comin' up ðŸ˜‰ 10 deg wouldn't be noticable to bare eyes, but it outputs totally different result in math.

WingProfileAnalysis10deg.jpg 
Wildthing wrote:


Nothing like having a wind tunnel built into your computer 🙂 


It's not the full blown features I have in my Lenovo P40 notebook Wildthing but it's adequate to do something instead of nothing. I usually used the one inside my powerhouse desktop with dozens of cores in my office. Before lockdown, I just prepared the powerhouse to do thing in relation to work. Not remote CFD analysis ðŸ˜…

However, I'm still learning here. Plenty of things to learn about CFD.

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JTiger
Yeah, 10 deg doesn't seem to make a huge difference, still interesting to see how it changes the plot especially behind the H-stab
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bimoadiprakoso
JTiger wrote:
Yeah, 10 deg doesn't seem to make a huge difference, still interesting to see how it changes the plot especially behind the H-stab


Thanks JTiger. The feeling is the same here. We're really enjoying the design process where we can learn so much out of it. Frankly, the time when we designed F-18 Super Hornet was the time when we started to learn Computational Fluid Dynamics and play with it. And now, it's a part of so many things we've been involving in any design process.

I just placed both picture into one. So which one is level and which one carries 10 deg of AoA? ðŸ˜‰
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Thanks JTiger. The feeling is the same here. We're really enjoying the design process where we can learn so much out of it. Frankly, the time when we designed F-18 Super Hornet was the time when we started to learn Computational Fluid Dynamics and play with it. And now, it's a part of so many things we've been involving in any design process.

I just placed both picture into one. So which one is level and which one carries 10 deg of AoA? Ã°Å¸Ëœâ€°
IMG_2020-04-03_22-41-29.jpg 

Second pic! I've had SolidWorks for a while, first through a robotics team, now through school. With robotics we had the full package with simulation and all and I messed with some CFD stuff. Now I just have the basics through school do I can't do that anymore.
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JTiger wrote:

Second pic! I've had SolidWorks for a while, first through a robotics team, now through school. With robotics we had the full package with simulation and all and I messed with some CFD stuff. Now I just have the basics through school do I can't do that anymore.


Hahaha! ÃƒÆ’ƒÂ°Ã…¸Ëœâ€ž You got it right JTiger ÃƒÆ’ƒÂ°Ã…¸â€˜Â

Solidworks is a powerful modeling, design, assembling and analysis software when we get the full package. But the cost justifies it functions. Wish I have the full package one. I'm using Rhinoceros and free CFD software like OpenFOAM and Butterfly. I just wrote a short article about free CFD software here: http://www.sentragrafika.com/articles/our-children-do-their-school-time-at-home-why-dont-we

In the meantime, we're also designing concept jet from Japan anime series as well as redesigning the YF-23 as rearmounted parkjet. The YF-23 is being redesigned ground up, with nothing of our G2R being used in this. We hope it will place another level in speed and agility from our previous YF-23 mid mounted after examining the storebought videos, images and getting feedbacks from people who had flown the BlitzRCworks and LX model.
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BTW, Jimbosflyin has finished the construction of Saab Jas-39 Gripen. It's an awesome built as always. I guess he has magic fingers with him ðŸ˜„

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Hahaha! ÃƒÆ’ƒÆ’°Å¸Ëœâ€ž You got it right JTiger ÃƒÆ’ƒÆ’°Å¸â€˜Â

Solidworks is a powerful modeling, design, assembling and analysis software when we get the full package. But the cost justifies it functions. Wish I have the full package one. I'm using Rhinoceros and free CFD software like OpenFOAM and Butterfly. I just wrote a short article about free CFD software here: http://www.sentragrafika.com/articles/our-children-do-their-school-time-at-home-why-dont-we

In the meantime, we're also designing concept jet from Japan anime series as well as redesigning the YF-23 as rearmounted parkjet. The YF-23 is being redesigned ground up, with nothing of our G2R being used in this. We hope it will place another level in speed and agility from our previous YF-23 mid mounted after examining the storebought videos, images and getting feedbacks from people who had flown the BlitzRCworks and LX model.
Completed.jpg

BTW, Jimbosflyin has finished the construction of Saab Jas-39 Gripen. It's an awesome built as always. I guess he has magic fingers with him Ã°Å¸Ëœâ€ž
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Parkflyers International 
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Hahaha! ÃƒÆ’ƒÆ’°Å¸Ëœâ€ž You got it right JTiger ÃƒÆ’ƒÆ’°Å¸â€˜Â

Solidworks is a powerful modeling, design, assembling and analysis software when we get the full package. But the cost justifies it functions. Wish I have the full package one. I'm using Rhinoceros and free CFD software like OpenFOAM and Butterfly. I just wrote a short article about free CFD software here: http://www.sentragrafika.com/articles/our-children-do-their-school-time-at-home-why-dont-we

In the meantime, we're also designing concept jet from Japan anime series as well as redesigning the YF-23 as rearmounted parkjet. The YF-23 is being redesigned ground up, with nothing of our G2R being used in this. We hope it will place another level in speed and agility from our previous YF-23 mid mounted after examining the storebought videos, images and getting feedbacks from people who had flown the BlitzRCworks and LX model.
Completed.jpg

BTW, Jimbosflyin has finished the construction of Saab Jas-39 Gripen. It's an awesome built as always. I guess he has magic fingers with him Ã°Å¸Ëœâ€ž

I'll need to lok into some of that CFD software from your article sometime when I have a little more free time. 

and that YF-23 looks AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! You take the score/fold parkjet to whole new levels.
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bimoadiprakoso
JTiger wrote:

I'll need to lok into some of that CFD software from your article sometime when I have a little more free time. 

and that YF-23 looks AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! You take the score/fold parkjet to whole new levels.


Really appreciate it JTiger. I'm actually obsessed with YF-23 Ã°Å¸Ëœâ€ž  Eventhough I may think this 2nd Gen design with rear mounted would be awesome, I'm still feeling the rush of having another better YF-23 design. Probably with EDF. Well, still in my dream though Ã°Å¸Ëœâ€¦

So, in 3 weeks of lockdown here in Jakarta, didn't manage to think in finishing 5 new designs and pending 1. Total of 6. The new approach we took allows us to finish a design quicker, along with its construction steps.

Jas-39CS.jpg  Mig-31.jpg  SR-71CS.jpg  FA-181E.jpg  YF-23.jpg  YF-30.jpg

We might shoot a new thread for PI's particular news and announcements. Hope that would help everyone to keep up with PI's updates even though there will be times when there's no update at all ðŸ˜œ

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SukhoiLover
This is a little late and someone may have already suggested it, but you may be able to use model rocket body tubes for the engines on the SR-71. The tubes are light, strong, fairly available and not expensive.

Beautiful design work on some great airplanes. Thanks!
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SukhoiLover wrote:
This is a little late and someone may have already suggested it, but you may be able to use model rocket body tubes for the engines on the SR-71. The tubes are light, strong, fairly available and not expensive.

Beautiful design work on some great airplanes. Thanks!


Really appreciate for the kind words and suggestion, SukhoiLover. Good suggestion though ðŸ˜‰

I just new that I made a mistake. It's not 6 that we have completed. It's 7. This is the last one.

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And another new one is coming ðŸ˜

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