These are complicated questions they are asking for a newbie.
Centre of buoyancy versus CoG would be needed to figure static attitude in water....
I had an RZ350 Yamaha bike for seven years.
Rebuilt the engine the second day I had it.
New reeds and pipes.
Ridiculously fast and light.
Hello Sam M,
Welcome to the forum.
We don't do homework for others here, but we can help, maybe.
What are the forces involved? Lift (buoyancy),...
Have you abandon Your thread?
Thanks Doug, always interesting to hear your experiences.
That sounds more like stalling, or at least playing on the edge with the "bumpy" ride.
What a load of rubbish.
You have obviously never seen a quality SOF.
Doesn't an 1.5" roller have a 3/4" radius?
I don't think 3/4" radius fillets are excessive.
You guys are comparing apples and oranges.
Skin on Frame fragile?
Perhaps this is an English issue but if you are involved with boat design and you think compromise is bad, then you may need to go back to...
I'm a sucker for easy.
If it also most replicates the jet layout, then that's where I'd start.
Baekmo is by far your best reference here on this...
Is this a potential Race to Alaska (R2AK) boat?
Do you have a completion date or a target event?
I ask because you've had these hulls for some...
What about your 1/4 round wood strips you were filleting with?
Economical, light weight, easy application... did I miss anything?
From what I've read so far on your thread, I would recommend buying an existing hull that most closely matches your desires.
However, if this...
Both, a compromise.
Calculation: 1 + 1 = 2
And agnostic, as discussed earlier...
"Just a line" are you out of your flippin tree?!
It is THE line that you were looking for, exactly, without question, indubitably.
Okay, I gotta ask: if you're 6' 7" what do you weigh?
PM me if you find this an inappropriate question.
However, it is part of the equation.
I would go with cant, yes, but not much.
Edit: I don't see any dihedral... perhaps CoB between hulls?
Guess work it is, but trust your...
So good to see all these wonderful photos, thank you!
I can't stop looking at them.
Nice to see all the lines.
The weather certainly looks good for a move.