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    Canting keel forces

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    Canting keel forces

    For the information of the canting-keelers bunch. Some hints from an interview by CourseAuLarge of Hervé Devaux ( the ABN 1 engineering boss) just off the plane from Melbourne. "The V.O.R rule has not always been interpreted in the right way which was prioritising safety. Any exemple ! In...
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    Canting keel forces

    My remark is slightly outside this very interesting thread, but I keep naively wondering what the bulb beeing airborne, then "landing", induces. Two very different things -hull 8+tons & bulb 5.5 tons, linked by a fin (who itself lands somehow) "landing" nearly simultaneously a few meters...
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    Canting keel forces

    I had forgotten about Sill and Bonduelle. I never read a clear description of what went wrong. My thinking last night was that keel flutter was neither enhanced nor retarted by the hydraulic system. This may be wrong. Resonance in the hydraulics is possible if the frequency of the keel...
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    Canting keel forces

    Slightly off-thread but I suppose that most people interested in the keels problem are here, so ..... Seb Josse seems a bit more talkative than others, at least with frenchmen ;) Here is an excerpt from a tele-conversation with a famous french blogger (PYL), which gives unpublished (I...
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    Canting keel forces

    Excellent find Arthur, now I hv one more thing on my week-end agenda ! Now, Am I wrong ? : The study is based on Cariboni. Semcon (where the study comes from) is a sponsor and technical partner of Ericsson. Ericsson uses Marine & Hydraulics systems ?? ;) Incidentally the M&H...
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