EAA Chapter 284 will hold its June meeting on Sunday June 13, 2010 at 2 PM The location will be at Dick Elliot’s shop on S. 4th Street in Waynesville and not at the airport. This will be our TIG welding workshop. Continue reading
EAA Chapter 284 will hold its May 2010 meeting on Sunday, May 16th, 2:00 PM at Red Stewart Airfield in Waynesville OH. Topics of discussion are Young Eagles, TIG Welding topic for June meeting and EAA Webinars.
The April 2010 meeting of EAA Chapter 284 will be held on 2 PM Sunday, April 11, 2010 at Red Stewart Airfield (40I), Waynesville, OH. This meeting was originally scheduled as Fly Out/Drive Out meeting at the Champaign Aviation Museum at Grimes Field in Urbana. Because most of our members have elected to go to Grimes Field to assist with the B-25 gathering on April 16-19 it made little sense to make two trips to Urbana in the period of one week. At our meeting on Sunday we will discuss our possible participation in International Learn To Fly Day on Saturday, May 15, 2010. Hopefully we can work with the Stewarts to have members available to talk about flying, building and give Young Eagle Rides.
EAA Chapter 284 will meet on Sunday March 14th, 2 PM at Red Stewart Airfield (40I). John Lane, well know pilot, instructor, examiner, FBO operation and Warren County aviation legend will give us a presentation of his 59 years of aviation in Warren County.
Tim O’Conner a gyro pilot from Cincinnati will do a presentation for us on Gyro planes at our February meeting. Tim is a Commercial gyro pilot and working towards his CFI Gyro rating. The meeting will be Sunday February 14th, 2010, 2 PM, at Red Stewart Airfield.
Brian Cooper, one of our chapter members is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati’s Aerospace Engineering program and spent a couple hours with his Powerpoint display and CAD drawings discussing his new aerobatic airplane design. The design utilizes advance composite technology to achieve the goal of reducing weight and increasing strength to enhance the performance of a bi-wing aerobatic aircraft. The three areas where his design differs from most of the current biplanes is in the engineering and construction of the “D” wing leading edge, lack of strut supports as well as firewall forward weight reduction based on a relatively new lightweight engine choice. His currently CAD based project is based on research and testing during hands-on projects during his years at UC, but is being constructed as a one off project in is shop. During the next few years, we’ll hopefully have the opportunity to see his design under construction and perhaps even be in on some flight testing. Thank you Brian for enlightening us.
The January Meeting of EAA Chapter 284 will be Sunday, January 10, 2010, 2:00 PM at Red Stewart Airfield (40I), Waynesville, OH. For our program Brian Cooper will talking about the aerobatic aircraft that he is designing. He will be covering the design process, his progress to date and re-design consideration. Several inches of snow are forecast for Thursday, so perhaps the Cub will be on skis.