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Our demo aircraft will be near you soon and we want to invite you to see, discuss and fly them to experience the difference for yourself.
In this video, Nick discusses Induced Drag.
Why winglets work in the first place is because of induced drag. Induced drag is one term of the drag equation. Nick explains it to you in this video.
In this video, Nick discusses Lift.
In the most basic terms, Lift equals Dynamic Pressure multiplied by the Surface Area multiplied by the Lift Coefficient.
In this video Randy Brown relates his impressions of flying an Active Winglet equipped CJ.
“Got into some turbulence and my wife actually noted the smoother ride (wow) without asking her if she noticed anything different. These things are sweet.” - Randy Brown
In this video Nick discusses CLmax. CLmax is an important term that helps relate load factor (the g level that the airplane experiences) to stall.
Wings are designed to handle certain specific loads. The greater the loads, the more structure (additional weight) required.
On video, Harry Hedaya talks with Nick Guida about his first flight in N525HA with Tamarack Active Winglets.
In this video you will learn the purpose behind FAR’s, regulations that cover how the aircraft is to be designed, how strong it needs to be, how the pilot interfaces with the aircraft, and what kind of performance it should have received for a Part 23 Certification.
Tamarack Aerospace launches our new weekly 1 minute video series: Tamarack Teaches. In this week’s Tamarack Teaches installment, Jacob Klinginsmith, Tamarack’s Chief Engineer, addresses FAA Certification: a Regulations Overview.
Fresh video of our CJ & CJ3 over Waco, Texas, taken last week. Video by Jet Quest and Glenn Watson and his talented team.
Take a look at a couple of the shots from our recent air-to-air photo shoot over Waco, Texas.
The First CJ1+ with Active Winglets been returned to standard from experimental!
In the distance you see a 50 year old split winglet design on a 30 year old MD-11.
In the foreground you see the present and the future of winglets.
Flight test engineer Hal Gates, commented, “Flight testing went very smoothly, with no surprises. All the data is consistently positive, and all in line with expectations. I’ve been very happy with the flight tests on this airplane, and especially this latest set.”
Tamarack Aerospace’s CJ3 & CJ3+ Active Winglet certification proceeds on schedule.
Nick Guida, President of Tamarack, Hal Gates, Flight Test Engineer, and Tomasz Siebert, Flutter Engineer, prepare to depart Coeur d’Alene, ID (KCOE) for Waco, Texas (KPWG) and warmer climes
Tamarack Aerospace’s fully modified CJ3, N52ET, making a low pass over KSZT!
During a recent trip from Paris to Valencia, a Tamarack Active Winglet equipped Cessna 525 crosses the Pyrenees.