Helecopters using Notar Technology

Helecopters using Notar Technology

Post by Neil Parkinso » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00



Hi,

Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
would be great if one exists

Thanks
Have fun
Neil

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Post by High- » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00


What is Notar Technology?
Quote:

>Hi,

>Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
>Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
>have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
>would be great if one exists

>Thanks
>Have fun
>Neil

>--
>This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
>22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
>Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/


 
 
 

Helecopters using Notar Technology

Post by Enrik » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

> What is Notar Technology?

No Tail Rotor buddy!!!
 
 
 

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Post by Donovan R. Do » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Afternoon Neil
        There are some USA Vario reps listed at the URL down below. Try Mike
Ellis the new and improved USA importer. I think they would like to make
a big announcement at the Toledo USA show 9-11 April before letting the
rest of the world know. I will be there to check it out.
        Are the girls in New Zealand as pleasant and beautiful now, as they
were in 1955, when I was aboard the visiting cruiser HMCS Ontario as a
very young Naval Cadet? My host, there then, provided 2 of us young
guys, a most pleasant visit and tour of your Country. It was one of the
highlights of my life. It will be always something I treasure and
remember.
Cheers
Don Dow

http://www.vario-helicopter.com/tsr.html

Take Care
Don Dow

Quote:

> >Hi,

> >Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
> >Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
> >have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
> >would be great if one exists

> >Thanks
> >Have fun
> >Neil

> >--
> >This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
> >22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
> >Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/


> What is Notar Technology?

 
 
 

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Post by Gromm » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
> Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
> Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
> have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
> would be great if one exists

Feb 99 (this Month) edition of RC Model Helicopter World carries an
article on a visit to the German Vario factory and the notar was
discussed with pics and flying prototype.

Wonder how the Giro operates the fan?
Just kidding... or could it........
Grommit

 
 
 

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Post by Johnn » Wed, 17 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Neil,
The site you are requesting is located:
http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/lig/v/a/vario/page2.html
It's a great site with color photos.
Johnny
Quote:

>Hi,

>Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
>Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
>have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
>would be great if one exists

>Thanks
>Have fun
>Neil

>--
>This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
>22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
>Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/

 
 
 

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

Thanks for the link,  I thought it was new.  Guess thats why I found it hard to
find.

And to answer your second comment...  The girsl are even better.   Glad you
enjoyed our country.

Have fun
Neil

Quote:

> Afternoon Neil
>         There are some USA Vario reps listed at the URL down below. Try Mike
> Ellis the new and improved USA importer. I think they would like to make
> a big announcement at the Toledo USA show 9-11 April before letting the
> rest of the world know. I will be there to check it out.
>         Are the girls in New Zealand as pleasant and beautiful now, as they
> were in 1955, when I was aboard the visiting cruiser HMCS Ontario as a
> very young Naval Cadet? My host, there then, provided 2 of us young
> guys, a most pleasant visit and tour of your Country. It was one of the
> highlights of my life. It will be always something I treasure and
> remember.
> Cheers
> Don Dow

> http://www.vario-helicopter.com/tsr.html

> Take Care
> Don Dow

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Thanks for the info.  Much appreciated

Have fun
Neil

Quote:


> > Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
> > Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
> > have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
> > would be great if one exists

> Feb 99 (this Month) edition of RC Model Helicopter World carries an
> article on a visit to the German Vario factory and the notar was
> discussed with pics and flying prototype.

> Wonder how the Giro operates the fan?
> Just kidding... or could it........
> Grommit

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Thanks for that.  I'm off there now.

Have fun
Neil

Quote:

> Neil,
> The site you are requesting is located:
> http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/lig/v/a/vario/page2.html
> It's a great site with color photos.
> Johnny


> >Hi,

> >Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
> >Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
> >have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
> >would be great if one exists

> >Thanks
> >Have fun
> >Neil

> >--
> >This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
> >22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
> >Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Hi,

Quote:

> What is Notar Technology?

I see it has been answered but to add a bit.  The full size helecopter
uses a turbine fan to presurise the tail boom and the air is then released
by areas either side of the boom to give the rudder control.

See this link for more info and diagrams

http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/1255/NOTAR.html

Have fun
Neil

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Hi again,

Great site just the info I have been seeking.  Thanks again

Have fun
Neil

Quote:

> Neil,
> The site you are requesting is located:
> http://personal.lig.bellsouth.net/lig/v/a/vario/page2.html
> It's a great site with color photos.
> Johnny


> >Hi,

> >Are their any web sites showing RC helecopters using the Notar
> >Technology.  I hear that Vario has or is going to have a model, but I
> >have not been able to find it or web sites with info on this.  A URL
> >would be great if one exists

> >Thanks
> >Have fun
> >Neil

> >--
> >This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
> >22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
> >Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/

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Post by Stephen Be » Thu, 18 Feb 1999 04:00:00


The full size use a variable pitch fan (the early prototype used a
(French Fenestron fan) so it does not consume energy when not
required. The models use full output all the time directionally
dumping the excess when not needed. The models do not use venting down
the length of the boom for the conada effect. While the system works
on the models it is quite crude and inefficent none the less.

Quote:

>Hi,

>> What is Notar Technology?

>I see it has been answered but to add a bit.  The full size helecopter
>uses a turbine fan to presurise the tail boom and the air is then released
>by areas either side of the boom to give the rudder control.
>See this link for more info and diagrams
>http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/1255/NOTAR.html
>Have fun
>Neil
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>22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
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Post by Mike Phillip » Fri, 19 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Just finished looking at Jetfan.com. Wow, I was impressed. I learned alot
about the Notar set up. Maybe now I can get my version working.

Mike

Quote:

> Hi,


> > What is Notar Technology?

> I see it has been answered but to add a bit.  The full size helecopter
> uses a turbine fan to presurise the tail boom and the air is then released
> by areas either side of the boom to give the rudder control.

> See this link for more info and diagrams

> http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/1255/NOTAR.html

> Have fun
> Neil

> --
> This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
> 22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
> Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/

 
 
 

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Post by Neil Parkinso » Sun, 21 Feb 1999 04:00:00


Hi,  Lets know when you get some pics on a site..:)

Interested to see how it goes.

Have fun
Neil

Quote:

> Just finished looking at Jetfan.com. Wow, I was impressed. I learned alot
> about the Notar set up. Maybe now I can get my version working.

> Mike


> > Hi,


> > > What is Notar Technology?

> > I see it has been answered but to add a bit.  The full size helecopter
> > uses a turbine fan to presurise the tail boom and the air is then released
> > by areas either side of the boom to give the rudder control.

> > See this link for more info and diagrams

> > http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/1255/NOTAR.html

> > Have fun
> > Neil

> > --
> > This message came to you from Parkie's hangar and Garage
> > 22 Taylor Street,Ohauiti,Tauranga,New Zealand
> > Home Page: http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~parkie/

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Post by Mike Phillip » Tue, 23 Feb 1999 04:00:00


http://www.bewst.com/~flyer is my website. No notar stuff yet. I have to dig that
project out of the garage.

Mike

Quote:

> Hi,  Lets know when you get some pics on a site..:)

> Interested to see how it goes.

> Have fun
> Neil