Sailing Foiler Design: Foil Assist and Full Flying

Discussion in 'Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics' started by Doug Lord, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. Doug Lord
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    Doug Lord Flight Ready

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  2. RVELL
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    RVELL Junior Member

    Free Membership To The International Hydrofoil Society

    Hi Doug. Long time since we corresponded. Welcome as one of the newest members of the 50 year old International Hydrofoil Society. We are having a membership drive now and have waived the $30 annual fee. All your readers can join by sending me their name and email address. The address is strictly confidential and only occasional important material will be sent, like our Newsletter -- for free.

    Send your contact information to president@foils.org

    Cordially,
    Ray Vellinga
    President IHS
     
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  3. Doug Lord
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    Location: Cocoa Beach, Florida

    Doug Lord Flight Ready

    --Memorable quote from JG Baker, Designer and Builder of the Monitor foiler in the 1950's:
    " The main need is to lower the wind velocities required for flying in order to increase the opportunities for high speed travel"
     
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