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Watch 'Tip of the Spear: The B-2 Spirit' here: 🤍 Watch More Mustard Videos & Support The Channel: 🤍 Support Mustard on Patreon: 🤍 Mustard Store: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Thanks to Azzecco for producing the incredible XB-35 and YB-49 modes used in this video, visit: 🤍 At the start of the 1940’s, flying wing aircraft seemed destined to be the next evolution in aircraft design. By eliminating structural components typically found on conventional aircraft, such as engine nacelles, fuselage and tail, parasitic drag would be reduced down to its absolute minimum. The result would be a high-lift, low-drag aircraft with unequaled speed, range and efficiency. Despite earlier efforts around the world to develop all-wing aircraft designs, arguably no single person was more committed to the concept than pioneering American aircraft designer Jack Northrop. Beginning in the 1920’s Northrop studied the concept, drawing up countless designs for flying wing aircraft. By 1940, he had successfully produced two prototypes, the Model 1 (“X216H”) in 1929 and the Northrop N-1M in 1940. But Northrop’s ambitions went far beyond just experimental planes. Responding to an urgent need for the United States to develop the first ever intercontinental bomber, in 1941 Northrop presented the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) with a concept for an enormous flying wing bomber that would offer unparalleled speed, range and efficiency. Not only would the aircraft far outperform conventional bombers, the all-wing design would make it structurally more simple and economical to build. Impressed with Northrop’s concept, the USAAF agreed to fund the aircraft’s development, ordering an experimental model designated as the XB-35 and pre-production models designated as YB-35s. The USAAF would eventually order over 200 production aircraft which were to be designated as B-35s. Later, a jet powered version, designated as the YB-49 would also be produced. But engineering such unconventional aircraft would be a daunting engineering challenge for Northrop and his small team of engineers. Eliminating conventional control surfaces would maximize lift and minimize drag, but it would also create new unforeseen technical issues, many of which would only be discovered during flight testing - with tragic consequences. Despite best efforts by Northrop to solve technical issues with flying wing aircraft, solutions would prove elusive using technology available in the 1940s. Thanks for watching!
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Edit: I am aware my name pronunciations are terrible in this episode! Discord: 🤍 New Channel: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 In the waning hours of world war two, the allies faced a new terror in the skies. It had twin engines, twin machine guns, and flew like nothing they had ever seen before. It was capable of flying faster than traditional planes, impossible to detect on radar, and it would prove to be the winning hand for the defense of the nazi state. But this alternative history never happened. The Ho 229 was a radical departure from modern aircraft design, and had it been rolled out, could have change the the outcome of the war, the way we design planes today and even led to something far more sinister… This is the original flying wing, the Horten 229. As BBC Future noted in 2016, the ‘flying wing’ design is not a common sight in the skies because it’s an incredibly hard concept to make work. Remember, the main tail of any aircraft keeps it stable and prevents it from swerving or yawing from side to side. Therefore, a lack of tail makes the aircraft a lot harder to control. Even more of a challenge is what happens to an aircraft without a tail when its engine stops; that is, can it still fly during a stall? The ability to do that is an inherent capability that any aircraft has to be able to do. So why would you try to build an aircraft inherently difficult to fly? Because a flying wing has several benefits. For one thing, it’s difficult to spot on radar, since it has no tail fins that are what usually bounce back radar waves back to earth. For another, a flying wing is sleek and smooth in shape, which means it has minimal drag. That should make it a lot lighter and more fuel-efficient than most fighter jets. Lastly, it should theoretically fly faster than a conventional plane using the same engine. The famous Northrop B-2 Spirit stealth bomber, first released in 1989, is a modern example of a flying wing aircraft. Before that Northrop was working on a propeller bomber design, called the XB-35, and later upgraded to the YB-49 with jet engines. But believe it or not, they were not the first. Go back more than four decades from when the B-2 stealth bomber was launched and you have a far earlier plan for a flying wing - and a fairly stunning one at that. It was the Ho 229 and it was set to revolutionize the air force of a certain country fighting a certain major war at the time. The Horten Ho 299 was a sleek number, measuring 7.4 metres or 24 feet 3 inches in length at its centre-line, with a total wingspan of 16.8 metres or 55 feet 1 inch. The Horten wing concept addressed the whole engine stall dilemma that afflicts flying wing aircraft by ensuring that the aircraft would keep stable at all times. Bowers says that the Horten wing not only cancelled out the yawing issues that an aircraft without a wing can suffer, but that it also dramatically reduced drag. The Horten Ho’s cockpit height was a decidedly low 1.1 metres or just 3 feet 7 inches, although it overall height was 2.81 metres or 9 feet 3 inches. Unsurprisingly, this cramped space meant that it only allowed for one crew member - and even that would be damn tight for said pilot. Its range was a highly impressive 1,900 kilometres or 1,200 miles, noteworthy too because it was far in excess of the 1,000 kilometre range demanded by Herman Göring. It also had a flying ceiling of 15,000 metres or 49,000 feet, which was useful in terms of stealth. That allowed for performance outputs of a maximum speed of 960 kilometres or 600 miles per hour or Mach 0.77 at sea level, whilst having an acceleration speed of up to 977 kilometres or 600 miles per hour or Mach92 at an altitude of 12,000 metres or 39,000 feet.Its cruise speed was 900 kilometres or 560 miles per hour. And why weren’t those speeds particularly impressive? Because the attentive among my listeners will have realized that none of those speeds matched or exceeded the 1,000 kilometres per hour demanded by Herr Göring. Even so, it was said to possess a ‘never exceed speed’ of just 1,000 kilometres or 620 miles per hour. Perhaps Göring was suitably impressed by a take-off speed of 150 kilometres or 93 miles per hour and a rate of climb of 22 metres per second or 4,300 feet per minute. In terms of armaments, the Ho 229 was hardly packing, being only able to carry two 30 mm or 1.181 inch MK 108 cannons. Nevertheless, the Nazis believed that an entire squadron of them would have sufficed in what would have been their main role, which was to hunt and shoot down the fleets of Allied bombers that were attacking Germany’s industrial plants, main infrastructure and largest cities. Alas, reality made all these ambitious plans come crashing down
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New Channel: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 BUSINESS INQUIRES: Jared🤍foundandexplained.com The XB-35 flying wing could have only existed thanks to one man, Jack Northrop, a brilliant engineer who realized that aircraft design had gone in the wrong direction. The sole purpose of a plane is to fly, and thus, all these extra areas like fulsage, tail and more don't really contribute to its main objective of generating lift. So why not make a plane that was just the wing? The XB-35 flying wing would have a total length of 53 feet (16.18m) and a wing span of 172 feet (52 meters). As the whole aircraft was a wing, it would have a huge wing area of 4,000 square feet, 370 meters squared, giving it an aspect ratio of 7.4 - nearly the same wing area as a beoing triple 7-300, a plane that easily dwafs this in size. the aircraft also had an impressivly small radar cross section - which would be very useful for stealth operations, which i'll get to later. Inside it had very much the traditional cabin you would find on a normal plane, with even a tail cone protruding from the back with a little window. this would act as a remote sighting station, and a viewport for the tail gunner. In the middle of the cabin was a crew rest area with bunk beds for the long missions. For the mission, the aircraft would have a crew of nine - a pilot captian, copilot, bombardier, navigator, engineer, radio operator and of course, three gunners to operate the twenty machine guns located in six nests around the fuslage - including a single tail stingers. Speaking of armument, this bomber aircraft could carry up to 52,200 pounds of bombs, or 23,678 kilos of explosives. With four pusher propellers 15 feet across, 4 and a half meters, the aircraft would have a cruise speed of 240 mph (390 km/h, 210 kn) and a range of (12,100 km, 6,500 nmi) on a single fule tank. It had a goal cruise altitude of 39,700 ft (12,100 m) but that was actually restricted to 20,000 ft (6,096 m) due to APU problems - which i'll get to in a moment. Things were looking up, and 200 bombers were ordered by the airforce with the first to enter the war in 1944. Design took so long that the war came and went, and it finally took to the skies in 1946. While its inital test flights were without incident, it turns out that its propellers hadn't actually been investigated to see if they worked with the engines. Because the relations had soured between the airforce and Northrop, the airforce refused to give the team a specail AC electrical alternator for the electrical systems. Thus the plane had to use its own onboard auxiliary power unit, limiting its ability to fly higher than 15,000 feet, or 4,600 meters - Lastly, in an effort to put Northrop in a hard place, the air force demanded that the aircraft be able to carry the new atomic bomb or they would not buy it. However, it required a small modification of the bays - a plan that the airforce refused. A solution to all these problems appeared with the arrival of the jet engine. This new version of the plane, now dubbed the YB-49, would fly much faster and higher than the original, especially with its power supply problems. Initial tests in 1948 with eight jet engines allowed the airframe to reach 40,000 ft (12,000 m) and topped 520 mph (840 km/h), an impressive performance. However, the range was greatly reduced, and no longer could the plane fill the role of the grand-strategic bomber, a mission profile that had now switched to hitting russians factories in the USSR. Of the 13 orders,, one crashed in 1948 during stall tests killing two famous test pilots, Major Daniel Forbes, of Forbes Air Force base fame, and Captian Glen Ewards, of Edwards Air Force base fame, as well as their three crew members. The other 11 uncompleted prototypes were converted to other prototypes, such as a spy one called the YRB-49A. 30 had been ordered but cancelled without explanation around the same time. As different people got promoted or moved around, the project landed on the desk of those unfamiliar with the drama and questioned all the back and forth, crashed tests and odd problems. Was it really worth all this effort? In 1980, a now aged and wheelchair bound Jack Northrop was taken to the top secret design studio and show the underdevelopment prototype of the B-2 bomber. He recongised the same lines, and the same wing span of the flying wing he had championed nearly 40 years eariler and said "I know why God has kept me alive for the past 25 years." He would pass only 10 months later.
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Claim your SPECIAL OFFER for MagellanTV here: 🤍 Start your free trial TODAY so you can watch Berlin Wall: The Night The Iron Curtain Closed and the rest of MagellanTV’s collection: 🤍 More about the Flying V for Airbus can be found here: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 New Channel: 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Planes haven’t actually really changed. They got faster - even breaking the sound barrier. They got bigger, with double decks and six engines. And they even got wacky with double fuslages to carry more. But one key component remains the same. The tube and the wings. Now, it didn’t have to always be like this. This just happens to be the most efficient way to build an aircraft, perform maintenance, and keep it cheap. That is, until now. Blended wings have always been a bit of an odd outlier of aerospace engineering. The concept is relatively straightforward - instead of a tube and wings, why not make the wings the plane? This would massively increase the internal area - and the fuel efficiency. Even the most basic blended wing design would be approx 20% more fuel-efficient than the standard wing design. Boeing, Airbus and others have always been working on blended wings - infact it can be traced back to Northrop back in World War 2, and the Horton Brothers for the Nazis with their plans for a massive amerika bomber. But the design never really took off…pun intended. That is until now - with the Flying V This concept such a novly design that it truely deserves its own video - which is what you are watching right now. Lets get into it The Flying V was developed as a concept at Delft University of technology, by Justus Benad while working with Airbus . It is a flying V shape, hence the name, and can carry up to 314 passengers in a mixed configuration You will notice that this is the same capacity - well technically one seat less - than the Airbus A350-900, which seats 315 passengers over two classes. Speaking off this plane, the flying V has roughly the same wingspan as a Airbus A350, allowing it to use the same infrastructure at airports - gates, taxiways and runways - without any modification. An issue that plagued the massive Airbus A380 when it arrived to the world in the past. In terms of cargo capacity, it has around 160m3 of cargo space onboard, 36 pallets - allowing it very much the same profile as the aforementioned airbus. But heres the catch. It has a much lower surface area than the standard plane - meaning the resistance is lower and it needs far less fuel. Operating at around 20% less consumption - a huge saving over a year of flying. The twin engines are placed above the fuselage, to keep noise away from the cabin and allow access for engineering - an issue with all blended wing internal engines that have come before. But lets just talk about the flaws with this concept - big ones.
In this video I look at the issues of roll and yaw stability, why flying wings are often swept back, how sweep produces a dihedral effect and unwanted yaw-roll coupling, as well as ways to reduce the unwanted effects of sweep. I hope I've made this simple enough to understand and it encourages you to experiment with designing or modifying your own RC flying wing planes. Please consider supporting this channel via Patreon so that I can continue to make more videos like this without littering them with interrupting ads every 5 minutes like some content creators are increasingly doing: 🤍 MiG 17 picture by Robert Lawton 🤍 A350 picture by Kiefer 🤍 Both used under Creative Commons license: 🤍
Get 84% off with the NordVPN Black Friday 3-year deal and 4 months free and the Nordlocker file encryption app with the coupon code "curiousdroid" deal here: 🤍 Coupon code: curiousdroid The Flying Wing is the most efficient design of any fixed win aircraft and was developed through WW2 but due to big business politics, it was all but killed off after the war. I was rediscovered in the 1970s and became the basis of the B-2 Stealth bomber, this is the story of what happened to the Flying Wing. Written, researched and presented by Paul Shillito Images and footage: NASA, Northrop Archives, Boeing, US DoD Thank you also goes to all our Patreons Alan Johns Allan Versaevel Alok G Singh Andrew SMITH Bobby Up Chad Mellor Cody Belichesky Collin Copfer Damien Pasche Daniele Noacco David Stevens Giacomo Catenazzi Henri Saussure Jared Swanson Johan Rombaut john edwards Jonathan Merage Jonathan Travers Juerg Hurni Kai Spuhler Kevin Hinnen Lorne Diebel Loyd Hamilton LÃ¡szlÃ³ Antal Mark Koontz Matthew MacKenzie P.S. Peter Barber Prashanth Ruthala Pyloric SHAMIR Sk1er stefan hufenbach Thomas Branch Vincent Walt Dennig Music from the Youtube library Hipsters Hopping by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions Flickering by VYEN Gently, Onwards by ELPHNT
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Welcome back to another aircraft overview. Today we are having a peek at the Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52 - A flying wing that never quite made it to success, but left its mark on aviation history nonetheless. (Note: This video is a re-upload of a video that I have migrated over from my other channel). The Armstrong Whitworth A.W.52 was an attempt by Britain in the late 1940s to dabble with the possibility of using a flying-wing aircraft for commercial, rather than military use. Armstrong Whitworth put forward a proposal for a flying-wing airliner powered by either four or six jet engines. The A.W.52 was intended for high speeds and was an all-metal turbojet powered aircraft. The A.W.52 was shown off to the public on December 16th 1947. Members of the government, press and the aviation industry gathered at RAF Bitteswell to watch Whithworth's Chief test pilot – Squadron Leader Eric Franklin – take the aircraft up for a demonstration flight. Despite the aircraft's impressive looks and warm reception, there were indeed problems. Whilst putting the aircraft in a dive at 320mph test pilot Joe Lancaster encountered a pitch oscillation caused by the dreaded wing flutter. Expecting imminent and fatal structural failure, Joe Lancaster ejected using the aircraft's Martin-Baker ejection seat. In doing so, Joe Lancaster became the first British pilot to eject in an actual emergency. Producing these videos is a hobby of mine. I have a passion for history, and personally own a large collection of books, journals and other texts, and endeavor to do as much research as possible. However if there are any mistakes, please don't hesitate to reach out and correct anything :)
No copyright infringement intended. Please contact me directly, and I will remove the film. This ultra-rare documentary from 1979 has never been released on home video in any format, and hasn't been on PBS TV since 1980. Includes John K. Northrop's final interview. Also included are test pilots Max Stanley & Robert Cardenas. Be sure to check my channel for the best in VINTAGE & RARE airliner videos! "The Boxart Den" World's largest display & collection of FULLY RESTORED rare & collectable model kit box art 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Part 4 of oshkosh 2022 series featuring the fisk approach into airventure 2022. Starting at the endeavor bridge, erik johnston and I fly the approach to ripon, Fisk, to hear those magic words, rock your wings, welcome to oshkosh! The number one way you can help my channel is to share videos you like on your social media streams. Other ways to Support the channel Become a Patreon Supporter: 🤍 Subscribe if you haven't already. I have the best, Most fun and vocal group of subscribers in aviation. Join us and lets laugh and banter about aviation. This is supposed to be fun. Just Plane Silly Merch: 🤍 Check out my other websites: METAR translation with an attitude problem 🤍 Flight Planning / Kneeboard generator (U.S. only) 🤍 Other sites in progress: 🤍 🤍
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Here is the first video on my walksnail adventure! As mentioned in the poll I did make my mind about what it is and and what it should do for me. I'll try to tell why I went for Walksnail instead of one of the other options. I've wrapped it up in some words for you and added a bunch of examples on how I experience the Walksnail system in my use case. In the follow ups I will hand over some details on how I set my stuff up and how things changed for me. Hope to have you guys with me in the next episode. Wanna buy me a coffee? here you can: 🤍 ➡️ SUBSCRIBE for more 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #walksnail #fpv #digital
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Overview of a flying wing I designed. Uses a very simple construction to achieve quite advanced bell-shaped lift distribution that provides stability in all 3 axes without tail.
The very first skill to master when you start wing foiling is knowing how to use the wing. Everybody wants to go straight into the water, but it's a lot harder to learn the wing in the water on a moving board. In this video, we give you some tips and tricks that you can practice on the beach with your wing, so that when you go in the water, you will progress faster. Enjoy! Support this Youtube channel on Patreon ($5/month for exclusive content): 🤍 NEW Gwen and Damo show PODCAST: 🤍 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: Gwen Le Tutour 🤍 Damien LeRoy 🤍 🤍damienleroy.com Order your wingsurfing gear, kiteboarding gear, foiling gear at 🤍 and support us and the YouTube channel! Get 5% off any gear using discount code DAMO5 My set up: Wing 🤍 Board 🤍 Foil 🤍 🤍 🤍 Helmet 🤍 Impact vest 🤍 Wetsuit 🤍 🤍 🤍
In this video I will show you a time lapse build of the Puri RC flying wing. The Puri was presented in the September 2021 edition of the German RC magazine FMT. On the website of the magazine you can order either a laser cut kit, a printed or a digital plan (check detailed links below). Ordering link for the laser cut kit: 🤍 Ordering link for the plan: 🤍 Ordering link for the build instructions: 🤍 Specs: Wingspan: 650 mm Length: 260 mm Wing area: 8 dm2 Weight (AUW): 135 g (in my configuration) RC functions: elevator, ailerons, motor My configuration: Motor: Hacker A05-13S kv3200 Prop: Hacker GWS Prop 4 x 4 HD Battery: LemonRC 2S-350, XT-30 ESC: Hacker X-5 Pro Brushless Controller (5-10NC/2-3LiPo) Receiver: Graupner GR-12L HoTT - 2.4 GHz, 6 channel Servos: 2x HiTEC Servo HS-40, 20x8.6x17mm, 9,8Ncm, 4.8g Covering film: ORALIGHT transparent orange ORALIGHT transparent blue ORACOVER white ORACOVER Hotmelt Adhesive (960) ORACOVER Thinner for Hotmelt Adhesive (980) Vinyl: d-c-fix glossy black vinyl Other material: Screws for motor attachment to firewall: 1,7 x 6 mm (🤍 Shrinking tube to secure the control rods: diameter 1,5mm (0,5 mm shrunk). I added a drop of CA glue to be on the safe side :-) Note: This video is not sponsored. I only recommend the stuff I used and that worked well for me. Cutting machine: BROTHER ScanNCut SDX1000 Camera: Sony HDR-CX730 Microphone: Rode NTUSB
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Watch the ‘The Origins of Stealth: The F-117 Nighthawk’ here: 🤍 Watch More Mustard Videos & Support The Channel: 🤍 Support Mustard on Patreon: 🤍 Mustard Merchandise: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Throughout the 1950s, aircraft designers around the world began developing a unique aircraft configuration, called a tail-sitter. Unlike conventional airplanes, tail sitting planes rested on their tails and used engine power alone to lift off the ground before transitioning to vertical flight, and returning to land vertically once again on their tail. The configuration, although technically challenging to develop, would allow aircraft to operate without runways, fundamentally changing how and where air forces could use their aircraft. In the early 1950s French aerospace firm SNECMA (Société nationale d'études et de construction de moteurs d'aviation) began developing wingless test rigs to prove the viability of the tail sitting concept. At the time, American firms were also developing tail sitting prototypes of their own, But SNECMA would take it a step further by developing a tail sitting aircraft with a highly unconventional annular (cylindrical) wing. The cylindrical wing promised greater efficiency over a conventional wing by eliminating wing-tip vortices. It would also be more compact, further reducing the space needed for vertical take-off and landings. French designers also theorised that a cylindrical wing could eventually be engineered to function as a ramjet engine, propelling the aircraft to supersonic speeds. The C.450 Coleoptere was constructed in 1958, with tethered flight testing beginning in early 1959. By May, the unconventional plane had achieved its first successful unassisted hover, even reaching altitudes of 800 meters. Despite early successes during flight tests, flaws soon emerged in the aircraft’s design. The Coleoptere proved extremely difficult to pilot. An innovative pilot seat could swivel 90 degrees, but pilots still struggled to judge the aircraft’s distance from the ground while landing. Without a conventional wing to provide resistance, the Coleoptere also had a tendency to slowly spin on its axis. On July 25, 1959, the Coleoptere performed it’s 9th test flight. This time, the pilot was to transition the aircraft from vertical to horizontal flight, a challenging procedure that would mark a huge milestone for the program. The Coleoptere lifted off successfully, but during its transition, it suddenly became too inclined and slow-moving to maintain altitude. The aircraft started tumbling back to earth as the pilot struggled to regain control, barely managing to eject at the very last minute. The Coleoptere was destroyed. A second prototype of the Coleoptere would never be built. By the 1960’s it was clear that the tail sitting configuration was a dead-end. It was simply too much of a compromise when it came to payload and range, and far too difficult to pilot. It was clear that vectoring thrust, allowing the aircraft to remain horizontal, was a more practical and safer solution. Video and imagery supplied by Getty Images: 🤍 Thanks for watching!
On April 22, 2019, about 1209 Pacific daylight time, a Northrop N9M airplane, N9MB, was destroyed when it was involved in an accident near Norco, California. The pilot was fatally injured. The airplane was operated as a Part 91 personal flight. Representatives from the Planes of Fame Air Museum, Chino, California, reported that the accident flight was a post-maintenance check flight in preparation for their annual air show. Multiple witnesses adjacent to the accident site saw the airplane flying on an east-northeasterly heading at a low altitude. One witness, who was a pilot, was located about 0.5 mile southeast of the accident site and reported seeing the accident airplane in level flight with what sounded like a cruise power setting; both engines appeared to be functioning. The witness said that the airplane then pitched upward no more than 15°, and during the climb, the airplane banked left about 10 to 20°, before it abruptly banked to the right until the airplane was inverted. The witness added that once the airplane was inverted, the engines began to sputter; however, as the roll continued, the engines' rpm increased quickly, and the airplane entered a "diving right corkscrew turn." The airplane continued to descend below a tree line out of the witness's view; however, he could hear "a very loud noise from the engines" followed by the sound of impact; he subsequently saw a rising plume of black smoke. Another witness stated that the airplane appeared to initiate a "barrel roll" at a low altitude and begin to wobble back and forth before the canopy separated from the airplane. The witness added that the airplane wobbled a second time before it rolled to the right and descended into the ground. Review of radar data obtained from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) showed a primary radar target on an easterly heading about 3 miles south of Chino Airport, Chino, California; no altitude information was available. The last return was about 0.3 mile west of the accident site. Two videos were submitted by witnesses who were located along the flight path and near the accident site. In the first video, the airplane was seen flying in a level attitude with both engines operating. The airplane was not visible in the second video; however, the sound of both engines could be heard from the start of the recording until a plume of smoke could be seen in the upper left corner of the video frame. Variances in the tone of the engine noise could be heard during the last 14 seconds of the recording. The pilot held type ratings in A-320, ATR-42, ATR-72, Cl-65, CV-LB30, DC-9, B-25, and SF340 aircraft. Personnel from Planes of Flame Air Museum estimated that the pilot had accumulated about 25 hours of flight time in the accident airplane over the span of about 4 years. The pilot was wearing a parachute during the accident flight. The airplane impacted the outpatient housing yard of the California Rehabilitation Center. The heavily fragmented wreckage was recovered for further examination. Remains of all major structural components were located throughout the wreckage, including both engines, flight controls, wing structure, engine mounts, propellers, cockpit structure, canopy, and landing gear. The seatbelt clasp ends were located within the recovered wreckage and found in the unlatched position. The Riverside County Coroner's Office, Perris, California, performed an autopsy of the pilot. The pilot's cause of death was multiple traumatic injuries. The FAA's Forensic Sciences Laboratory performed toxicology testing on the pilot's tissue samples, which revealed 22 (mg/dL, mh/hg) of ethanol in the muscle. A secondary laboratory performed toxicological testing of muscle samples. Unspecified amounts of ethanol and pseudoephedrine/ephedrine were detected. The testing did not measure its quantity and did not distinguish pseudoephedrine from ephedrine. The NTSB determined "it is likely that the pilot experienced an inflight loss of control; however, given the significant fragmentation of the wreckage, the reason for the loss of control could not be determined from the available information." The NTSB determined the probable cause of this accident to be the pilot's loss of control for undetermined reasons.
This is an amazing flying wing project, using classic balsa wood construction and covering. You can learn more in the dedicated article: 🤍 there you'll find all the information and download all the files of this project. Wing Helper video: 🤍 Download the plans and files: 🤍 Wing helper software: 🤍 NanoCad: 🤍 Software to cut with laser: 🤍 Laser cutter: 🤍 FrSky servos: 🤍 Useful links to connect with us. Join our Discord server: 🤍 Website 🤍 Become one of us: 🤍 Facebook 🤍 Instagram 🤍 Wing Helper is a state of the art 3D CAD program for design of RC plane models. Wing Helper is oriented towards ambitioned RC modelers, who are beyond building models according to ready made plans, and who want to start designing, building and flying their own creations. This video can help you understand a few principles about designing UAVs from scratch. #JoyplanesRC #HobbyRC