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Fig 5-42, how to layout a graphical solution for a cambered profile.

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I enjoy these descriptive diagrams.
Very useful at times.
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Fig 5-42, how to layout a graphical solution for a cambered profile.

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Lew Hodgett wrote:
Fig 5-42, how to layout a graphical solution for a cambered profile.

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Very interesting. It reminded me of how geometers show that a
semicircle is full of right triangles--one
formed from each of the endpoints of of the semicircle and any other
point on the arc. This is rather like
a reverse version of that.

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On 4/16/2013 9:35 PM, Lew Hodgett wrote:
Fig 5-42, how to layout a graphical solution for a cambered profile.


I have been looking for an article that I saw recently. I have not been
able to find it. It described, in more detail, the method that is being used
in Fig 5-41. I think that it would work well in this situation.


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"Dan Coby" wrote:

I have been looking for an article that I saw recently. I have not
been
able to find it. It described, in more detail, the method that is
being used
in Fig 5-41. I think that it would work well in this situation.

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Fig 5-41 gets the job done; however, it is physically more difficult
to get an accurate camber than to use some basic drafting tools to
do a simple lofting layout.

This is especially true for spans longer than 3'-4'.

Of course I'm biased having spent a few years on a drafting
board while putting myself thru engineering school as well as
building the profiles for the deck cambers of a sailboat I built.

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"jloomis" wrote:

I enjoy these descriptive diagrams.
Very useful at times.

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You might enjoy Bingham's book, "Practical Yacht Joinery".

A book of very useful techniques on a small budget.

Bingham has chapters like "Happiness is a $5 Table Saw"
as well as jigs and fixtures that I have found very useful.

Should still be available at Amazon in paperback, mine was $20,
a few years ago.

Also could try local library.

Lew



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