how can the B-2 fly? Razz I'm not into this plane, but I'm pretty sure you'll find the rudder at the winglets. The elevator is probably "elevon": combined elevator and aileron. May the experts correct me if I'm wrong Wink
Well, if they produce it, it might be worth the effort and I am sure I am missing something.
As a non-expert - however - I would say that it doesn't sound the most intuitive way of using forces: elevon are rather close to the axis of rotation (=less leverage =more force =more drag).
More or less the same apply to the rudder in the winglets...
I am curious... what is the advantage of these kind of planes?
Serginho wrote:Gliders under construction:
(There are no new gliders for download by now. A planepack will be released in future).
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Gliders under construction by Condor Team:
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