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You were the pilot in command and you refer to ground effect as magical. You know downdrafts and micro bursts are just angels farting.
How come in cars ground effect creates downforce?
Thank you. I wasn't looking for this kind of video but it was a random pop up in my feed and was very enjoyable to watch. I am now looking for a glider flight near me.
I have a lot of wind below me I eat too much ice cream yesterday
Пожалуйста больше не снимай ни чего !
I have nothing understand
good thing you're in gliders because if you cant understand something as simple as ground effect you dont need to be in the air at all
So is this glider engine powered or towed to a certain height and let go to glide ??
Goddamn look at the tight space for his knees/legs. Crash and I'd bet the bank on broken legs.
This makes me so nervous because you don't have an engine.
This is the longest runaway I ever seen!
Did he say he was landing long????? He landed VERY SHORT wtf
Gliders do have brakes don't they??? And wing spoilers
Ok since everyone is explaining what ground effect is, let me unexplain it. GE or ground effect is the perceived effect that the ground has on your wings through the air. It also effects ground squirrels and other ground animals and insects. Similar to ground beef, ground effect is delicious and nutritious. Unlike chemical based effects, ground effect is non GMO and gluten free. Relating to aeroplanes in general, the ground effect is very important because without the ground, there's not many places to go really. I mean water looks like water everywhere you go. Also the ground holds the air on top of it. The downside of ground however is that it is often very hard and dusty.
A really real comment… I love the look of the cockpit.
Soviet Union build huge aircraft on this effect, as far as I remember, they fly in 10-30m above ground or sea and lift amazing amounts of cargo.
Or because Air gets compressed between the lower surface of the wing and the ground. In affect a cushion. That’s ground affect or it could be leprechauns.
That happened to me on my first glider lesson. I am big. When it came time to land we couldn't pull back on the lever that raises the spoilers. The instructor angled the nose down a lot stepper than in the video. This was to get us down but I am also extra weight. We landed without spoilers with only a couple hundred feet to the end of the runway. We seemed to glide forever over the runway below. We didn't glide near as far as the guy in the video because of the extra weight but it was still a woah moment. That was my first and last glider lesson. I am just too big.
Fun. I had fun just watching it.
Took up all the round way just to park that piece of junk.
“Lower drag” wth lol
,,, Seems as if no one is taking into account that the runway is quite a bit darker than the immediate surroundings, possibly creating an otherwise undetectable thermal. Or a thermal that's just about undetectable anyplace other than the narrow confines of the space below a lifting body .
Mate, stumbled across this and must say I thoroughly enjoyed the banter, tho most of all, nothing on a 2D screen has EVER made me feel that feeling, like I was Landing again.
Cool video, Bruno, thanks! Gliders, so quiet, no vibration, don't have to yell 'Clear!' before take off. BTW, some people claim that Howard Hughes' 'Spruce Goose' never flew above ground effect during it's one flight.
Would have been interesting if you indicated when you entered ground effect and so on…
Sloppy position calls that was base that you were turning
Ha, that's the second airport I ever landed at. It's also the millionth time I've ended a sentence with a preposition.
What is that whooping sound that keeps getting higher and lower pitched?
A 747 jumbo jet can not land unless doing less than 180mph, because of trapped air under the wings.
But somehow the jet that flew into the pentagon , flew at over 500 mph , only 6' off the ground.
After all no wings were found at pentagon, or engines. Matter of fact not one piece of luggage was found at impact, nor did any of the 1000's of security cameras manage to pick up a jumbo jet crash landing into the most secure building in the world.
2 planes3 buildings
Nice tutorial! Now let me just jump into my jet really quick and try this!
This is why some birds species fly very close to the sea, they cover the same distance using less energy
I fly RC airplanes ,n that fun no doubt,but this has to be the shit ,,id be terrified but i can dream lol.
Riding in a glider has to be fun
Would have been much more impressive if you had extended downwind and done all that ground effect flying heading back to the runway and landed on or near the touchdown zone instead of the other end of a very long runway. That would be a proper demonstration of ground effect. But I don’t think you had the confidence in yourself to try it. As we saw, your safety factor was a bit overdone. That’s all fine but I don’t believe I’d put myself on Y/T and announce I’m giving you a demonstration with the ending so ridiculous.
Bush : This video is fake.
What airport are you based at. It looks like it could be California.
what is on the windshield
Traffic police: pull it over…😠
The string is holding on for dear life
He says NEVER to adjust flaps and pull spoilers when in ground effect.Then does it ( do as i say, Not as i do ).I'd put small wing-tip wheels on to prevent dragging the wings during the end of the landing …
Damn, I want to do this!!!
Sorry guys, unfortunately I am not a pilot, what should we see… ?. I understand what is ground effect, but saw nothing… !
Exciting! Good demo, thanks!
Nice life dude!!!
How this aircraft is called?
Just the right amount of runway, lol
How is he even a glider pilot if he does not know what ground affect is
Rdv 20 septembre !😂
the drag factor at ground effect does this effect how people think when landing.. just saying
That caterpillar on the windshield really held on for its life
You sir are a cowboy…forgets call sign… wayyyy to close to the boundary fence…. dangerous procedures… as a pilot with a CPL i am so disappointed in you
I understood nothing
I was recommended this because I watched a gyroscopes video, I was recommended the gyroscopes video because I looked up a gyroscope mod on youtube for Space Engineers.I am very intrigued by both videos either way.
What would you estimate the glide ratio is, during ground effect???? 100:1?
Good a Pilot
So like the opposite of car ground effects
Rien compris …
You ar f*** pro 😎🤩🤩🤩🤩👌👌👌👌
I tried this in a sf25c scheibe falke aaaaand, it's nothing like that at all, i whish it was tho. It's glide ratio isn't that bad
Dude you just need go pros around your ship .
Wow! That's insane. I've been soaring for the last 3 years and first learned about the theory of ground effect in ground school. But without setting up and experiencing my own real-life attempt I never would've known it's that real. When I do my check flights starting next season I'm going try to work that scenario in (with instructor), in some way.
. so a 757 could not fly 10 feet off the ground at 400 mph and crash into the Pentagon
oh man he just landet on area 51 man
what is this kind of rope sicked to windshield and what for it is?
Wow close the the end, well done
I love to fly a Glider please sb guide me where should I start from ???
that was soooo cool :p
"If I had not done that, I could have gone on for miles". Done what, please?
very dangerous, what if you hit a pole or power line or something.
Glider pilots paradise, mountains for slope soaring and when you f*** something up you have almost no trees and whole lot of flat ground to land on. Actually it's safer to land on dat grass during emergency than to land normally on a runway, at least if you land on grass you don't risk hitting the fence 😉
Ground effect in my situation required both hands on the stick pushing @ 260 mph.
Where is this?
Birds skimming the water is the best demonstration of this effect.
Wind speed decreases as you get closer to the ground, because of friction. Characteristic property of convective currents.
You can skip off of the ground like a flat rock on water, or in space travel, like aerodynamic landing modules that enter the atmosphere of a planet and need time to shed airspeed.
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Cool i learned it in books and never saw it in real life
Question, could you have taken off after the ground effect? Not legally, but would it have been possible? 🤔
looked like the Carson Valley Nevada
That’s nutz how efficient that glider is in ground effect! 👍 Cool demo.
So if a pilot is on final, and figured his/her standard glide path to the touchdown point will come up short, is it better to continue the current glide path, or dive for the ground, get in ground effect, to be able to fly further to possibly make the runway?
Can enough speed be gained from ground effect to launch up and keep flying even if just to do ground effect over and over?
Good for getting some extra minutes in flight
methinks any "chaffcutter" engine powered aircraft pilot should take note.Firstly – there is no "go around" option.While yes, the "glide angle" differs … Learn to bring any aircraft to a safe stop on whatever,any flat ground within the glide angle.
0:46 very good manipulation of B and F signals
What an amazing hobby!
I swear this looks like the area from the FSX soaring tutorial
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