Electronics is unreliable. The longitudinal stability should be from the foils arrangement itself. Electronics can support it.
The two foils on the broadside and the rudder foil should give better longitudinal stability. They pass each other in a trace on the water.
I see that in all races the bowsprit serves as a support for the camera.
AC 36 Foiling Monohulls https://www.boatdesign.net/threads/ac-36-foiling-monohulls.59160/page-31 and too: Induced drag...
I would like to note that two lightweight carbon foils on the broadside with increasing angle of attack would give better stability. The ballast...
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I think so.
This will increase the drag of air.
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With normal flying canting keel and heavy bulb they will should can get up without any motorboat and towline.
It is not good to put ballast in foil. For the ballast movement, the previously proposed solution may be: AC 36 Foiling Monohulls...
Second version: Do not move the rear hinge and flexi diaphragm and go up with the top edge of the back plate.
With back hinge and flexi diaphragm go a little to down edge of plate or
With back hinge and flexi membrane go a little to down edge of plate....
Any more information about the use of iducted flow at this boat. Low section is section by top.
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Here, the edge flow would be used for a forward force.
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Two foils on the board and heavy and long arm canting keel should be solution. Front foil should have greater angle attack then back foil. It is...
Direct of apparent wind above gaff or under boom for litle sails placed there is less sharp. The angle of attack can be the same.