Chine walk speedboat

Discussion in 'Stability' started by Starholk, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. fallguy
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    fallguy Senior Member

    This is rather disappointing. That is a pretty low number.

    I would take some film of one of the chines and post it or make it available to pros. You would need to mount it somehow.

    A few of those go fast guys might see the boat and know the issue. Not me.
     
  2. fallguy
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    It is a tricky view, but you are right.
     
  3. Starholk
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    Starholk Junior Member

    No. They are rotating different ways.
    I got a tip from a guy with good knowledge in racing. He said i need cleavers. The 2 props are lifting the boat too much. And the boat is made for rough sea. So now i need to find some cleavers to see if its better.
     
  4. Mr Efficiency
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    have you done much experimenting with engine trim/jacking height, to see what effect on the issue ?
     
  5. Starholk
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    Starholk Junior Member

    Yes have tried everything. Its not so much difference what setup i try.
    I try to find some used cleavers to try.
     
  6. Mr Efficiency
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    I guess in the greater scheme of things, not a hugely expensive experiment, with the different props, hope it does the job, but I doubt it will make much difference.
     
  7. Christian Lucas
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    Christian Lucas Junior Member

    Hi,
    you have now the propellers spin outside in the water. Fabio Buzzi says that is the better and more stable way. But for a test you can change the motors and let spin them inside in the water. With modelboats we have experiment that in many set up with different result, some hull like inside, some hull like outside spin. For a speed record monohull we placed the propellers far outside the hull to get most triangle stabilisation. Pictures from the modelmonohull from my friend Ralf Moser, that show far out propeller position. This boat run with no chinewalk. top speed about 100 mph.

    Happy Amps Christian
     

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  8. fallguy
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    fallguy Senior Member

    I want to express zero knowledge about high speed boats.

    But. I have a question.

    Have you checked to see if those trim tabs are in good water throughout your ramp up to 70?

    I am guessing they are in good water until 70 at which point the water coming off he strake becomes too turbulent and the trim tab actually causes the instability, or at 70, the trim tab point is like a knife edge regardless of the strake turbulence because you are not in enough water with the tab.
     

  9. JSL
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    JSL Senior Member

    Interesting problem.
    May be a tall stretch but....
    If there is a 'cabin top' that is enclosed (I can't see on the photos) this might be behaving like an aero-foil & creating lift at higher speeds: could be messing with the dynamics.
    Years ago I was on a 21' open boat with a fabric bimini top. At 45+ kn. it started wobbling around. One fellow noticed the top was almost 'inflated' like a parasail. He threw some ropes over & tightened to 'collapse' the fabric. Problem solved.
     
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