Chapter 602

Adirondack Chapter Experimental Aircraft Association
Fulton, Montgomery and Saratoga Counties, NY

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EAA 602 Newsletter Article Index

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February ‘06

1.       A few notes on Carburetor Icing (conditions which lead to carburetor icing, effects of atmospheric conditions and fuel chemistry) – Larry Saupe

March ‘06

1.       Effects of Frost on a Wing (wing performance changes due to frost interaction with the boundary layer) – Larry Saupe

2.       From the Fire Front  (amazing first hand depiction of fire fighting from the air)– Tom Kravis

April ‘06

1.       The Spin  (1st person accounts of spin training in a cub) – Roland Hisert

2.       Effects of Tire Inflation on Aircraft Operation  (theory covering flotation, drag and hydroplaning as a function of tire pressure)– Larry Saupe

June ‘06

1.       3 Area Pilots Honored by FAA with the Wright Brothers “Master Pilot Award”  (National Award given for 50 years of promoting safe flying practices and professionalism.  Local award winners include Herb Dudley – Edinburg,  Ray Gould – Fort Plain,  Bud Hill – East Greensbush)  –  Editor

2.       Vibration Control  (vibration theory covering excitation and damping techniques/guidelines – Larry Saupe

August ‘06

1.       Off to Oshkosh (EAA 602 prepares for the annual pilgrimage to Oshkosh)  –  Doug Sterling

September ‘06

1.       Global Positioning Systems (GPS) (theory and use of GPS systems)  –  Larry Saupe

October ‘06

1.       100 Young Eagles Flown (a fabulous milestone by the EAA602)  –  Judy Sterling

November ‘06

1.       Atmospheric Gravity Waves (theory behind gravity waves and subsequent clear air turbulence)  –  Larry Saupe

December ‘06

1.       Two Stroke Scavenging and Exhaust Systems (theory 2-stroke savenging and pressure waves in a tuned exhaust system)  –  Larry Saupe

January ‘07

1.       Learning to Fly (Part I) (incredible 1st person account of learning to fly, very informative and entertaining)  –  Rick France

2.       My Reflections for 2006 (Walts reflection on a great year) – Walt Kostuk

3.       Young Eagles (a review of the successful events for 2006 and plans for 2007) – Judy Sterling

February ‘07

1.       Update from Josh – (EAA602 Scholarship Winner provides and update on his Air Force Training to include details of the Allison T-56 turbo-prop engine) – Josh (Feldman) Morse

2.       Learning to Fly (Part II) (incredible 1st person account of learning to fly, very informative and entertaining)  –  Rick France

3.       Resurrecting a Champ (Tim discusses his engine failure and upgrades in progress with his Champ) – Tim Devine

March ‘07

1.       Learning to Fly (Part III) (incredible 1st person account of learning to fly, very informative and entertaining)  –  Rick France

2.       Vortex Generators (Theory and Implementation of Vortex Generators) – Larry Saupe

3.       Letter from Paul H. Poberezny (a letter from Paul commending the Chapter on its activities monthly newsletter) – Paul Poberezny

April ‘07

1.       Learning to Fly (Final Chapter) (incredible 1st person account of learning to fly, very informative and entertaining)  –  Rick France

2.       Speed (humorous story of an air traffic controllers interaction with an SR-71 and various aircraft of other speed ranges) – Editor

May ‘07

1.       Member Profile – Tom Kravis (Part I) (incredible 1st person account of Toms flying career from Navy carrier Pilot to Fire Bomber)  –  Tom Kravis

2.       NACA Ducts (theory and implementation of NACA ducts) – Larry Saupe

June ‘07

1.       Member Profile – Tom Kravis (Part II – the Air America Years) (incredible 1st person account of Toms flying career from Navy carrier Pilot to Fire Bomber)  –  Tom Kravis

July ‘07

1.       Klinekill Breakfast Run (Tim recounts a wonderful summer flight down to a fly-in in Klinekill for breakfast) – Tim Devine

2.       Finally Cooperstown (Doug recounts a fabulous summer flight to Cooperstown for their monthly pancake breakfast) – Doug Sterling

3.       Member Profile – Tom Kravis (Part III – The Southern Air Transport Years) (incredible 1st person account of Toms flying career from Navy carrier Pilot to Fire Bomber)  –  Tom Kravis

August ‘07

1.       Another 1st Flight Report (Doug recounts taking his Pulsar to the skies for the first time) – Doug Sterling

2.       Member Profile – Tom Kravis (Part IV – The Retirement Years) (incredible 1st person account of Toms flying career from Navy carrier Pilot to Fire Bomber)  –  Tom Kravis

October ‘07

1.       Klinekill Run (Tim recounts a wonderful summer flight down to a fly-in in Klinekill for breakfast) – Tim Devine

2.       Just a Bit of Humor UFO (Rick recounts a humorous suspect UFO sighting, defense against the UFO  and subsequent meeting with Air Force investigators) – Rick France

3.       Letter from Paul H. Poberenzy (EAA Founder and Chairman of the Board)  (letter congratulating the club on the great work being accomplished at 602)  –  Paul H. Poberenzy

November ‘07

1.       Adirondack Balloon Festival (Rick recounts a vistit to the  Annual Adirondack Balloon Festival) – Rick France

2.       Keeping your Cool in the Air (Part I - Conduction) (Part of a multi part series on heat transfer.  A review of heat transfer theory and implementation) – Larry Saupe

3.       Cold Weather Inflight Hazzards and Tips (fabulous operational tips and safety tips for flying on cold weather) – Dave VanDenburg (EAA 439 – Michigan) 

December ‘07

1.       Darryl White First Solo (Darryl recounts his training with Doug and subsequent solo inhis newly completed CGS Hawk) – Darryl White

2.       Keeping your Cool in the Air (Part II - Convection) (Part of a multi part series on heat transfer.  A review of heat transfer theory and implementation) – Larry Saupe

 January-February ‘08

1.       Some Thoughts (Tim reflects on a great year of flying and club activities) – Tim Devine

2.       Pilots (a humorous look at all types of flying and relative situations) – Editor

March ‘08

1.       Flying is Fun – Winter Isn’t – or Maybe? (Tim reflects on his off-time activities during the winter and finding entertaining things to do while getting ready for Spring) – Tim Devine

2.       Ag-Cat to South Carolina (Mark provides a great 1st person log of events as he prepares and delivers an Ag-Cat to its new owners in South Carolina) – Mark Murphy

April ‘08

1.       Cross Country by T-6 (Mark provides a 1st person account of flying out to Mojave California to pick up his newly purchased T-6.  Fabulous 1st person accounts on what is was like to fly the plane across the country) – Mark Murphy

2.       New Adventures (Tim installs skis on his Champ and provides great insight on the installation process, ground handling and flight characteristics) – Tim Devine

3.       Keeping your Cool in the Air ( Conclusion) (Final part of a multi part series on heat transfer.  An overview of troubleshooting a liquid cooled engine system) – Larry Saupe

   

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