is a single seat mid-wing monoplane of all-composite sfructure using upto-date
materials and manufacturing technology.
taking advantage of the successful experience gained with the Polish
KOBUZ Ill glider, is tapered with a NACA 64i412 section, without dihedral.
The load carrying wing structure is executed as a single/double chamber
torque box from the leading edge to 40% of the chord.
- The torque box
is made as a monocoque sfructure of glass-fibre epoxy.
- The trailing edge
elements are of a sandwich sfruclure cemented to the torque box
- The airbrakes
are placed off of the torque box and are operated by push-pull rods.
- The ailerons
are of the Freize type, mass balanced with the articulation axes at
their lower surfaces, and are also operated by push-pull rods.
- The wing tips
are detachable and olher tips, giving a larger span, are available for
the non-competition person who prefers to practice more general purpose
- The fuselage
is a semi-monocoque structure with reinforcing stringers in the cockpit
area and sandwich type frames in the rear. In the central area of the
fuselage are carrying frames to take the wing loads and the landing
gear suppart structure.
- The tailplane
is a monocoque structure with a sandwich sfructure stabilizer.
- The rudder and
elevator are mass and semi-aerodynamically balanced, controlled by cables.
- The landing gear
is refractable, manually operated, with a Tost brake on the main wheel.
There is a small fixed wheel on the rear fuselage.
- The cockpit
is ergonomically designed with an upper and lower insirument panel,
an optical system for vertical ground observation and an instruction
panel to take graphs showing the aerobatic figures to be performed.
- The upper
instrument panel contains the
altimeter, the airspeed indicator, the vertical speed indicator and
the compass. This panel is opened with the canopy. The lower panel contains
the accelerometer and the knobs to open the towline catch and the air
intake. There is a radio communicalion system installed in the nose.