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Hi everyone, some of you may have run across WebOCalc before. It's a little Javascript program I wrote to help design ones own planes, and this forum seems like the right place to introduce the newest version.
WebOCalc was written from the start with three goals in mind: it had to be very easy to use, it had to work on your computer whether you use Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS, or Windows, and it had to be Free as in freedom (Free software, like Linux or Firefox). It also works whether you live in the USA and are stuck with imperial units, or whether you live elsewhere in the world and use metric units.
Yes, there is a new version, WebOCalc 0.7.3. You can try it out or download it (free) from my RC Groups website, http://flbeagle.rchomepage.com . Click on 'Software', then 'WebOCalc'.
If you enter a few numbers into WebOCalc (things like wingspan and chord, the weight of your model, the battery voltage, and the desired current draw), the program will tell you how the model will fly, in simple English. It will also suggest some propellers that will work with the model, and appropriate gear ratios matching each propeller. For direct-drive, pick the propeller(s) with a gear ratio near 1.0.
All this means you will know before you build if your plane is going to be too heavy, too small, lacking in power, etc. You will know if you need a bigger battery or bigger motor, and you will know which propeller to use.
So what's new in the new version? Older versions of WebOCalc chose the propeller pitch speed for you, based on calculating the models stall speed and using a rule-of-thumb for pitch speed. The newest version allows you to decide how fast you want your plane to go, so you have more flexibility if you want to build something that flies unusually fast, or unusually slowly.
At the same time, if you want, WebOCalc can suggest a pitch speed for you. This is very handy for quickly getting a model in the air, or if you have no idea what a good pitch speed for the model might be.
I use WebOCalc all the time when I build a new plane, whether it be an ARF or a scratch-built design. It helps me choose motors, props, batteries, and to set a weight target that keeps the model flying the way I like it to.
I hope some of you download it and try it out, and I hope it helps you make your next DIY foamie.
I'm attaching a screenshot of the newest version of WebOCalc to show you how easy it is to use. Clicking the 'Help' button might answer any questions you have, if not, I'll try and answer them in this thread.
-Flieslikeabeagle