optimal c.g.-position by Michelmusch
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service handbook by mm
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[03 April 2014, 15:01]
Welcome to The Un-Official Schleichers ASW 15 (B) Glider Information Portal.
This site is created to share information which can help owners and pilots preserve and safely fly the ASW-15 or ASW-15B glider. To collect as much data as possible, this site is relying upon the soaring community to provide information! All gathered information can be found in the ASW15 forum. You are welcome to register and join a discussion.
The ASW 15 standard Class single-seater was designed by Dipl-Ing Gerhard Waibel, who had been responsible for the ASW-12, and is of glassfibre/foam sandwich construction. It was build in the glider factory of Alexander Schleicher (AS) in Poppenhausen, Germany.
Characteristic for the ASW 15 is the all-moving tailplane set low on the fin, and the shoulder wings have a glassfibre roving spar with the very effective Schlempp-hirth air brakes.
The type made its competition debut at the 1968 World Championships at Lezno in Poland, when an ASW 15 by Hans-Werner Grosse of Germany came 10th in the Standard Class.
So sign up now and become a member to get more out of your 'ASW 15'! And of course, fans are also welcome to sign as a member too.
07 April 2014, 22:32 by Mike Laity | Views: 81 | Comments: 1
Have recently bought ASW 15 built 1970 and has only done 1200 starts and 2004 hrs !! A bit scruffy but in very good mechanical condition .
I am a retired flight eng...
10 February 2014, 17:43 by steverusinowski
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Has anyone seen any self launching system for the ASW 15?
06 February 2014, 21:33 by FlyingPawel
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Hi lucky ASW15-pilots,
I'm preparing 'my' 15 for a competition and was wondering where the best c.g. location is. Because nothing is given in the flight manual and I also couldn't find some...
01 February 2014, 15:53 by FlyingPawel
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if I'm searching ASW15 or ASW15b at facebook, nothing really intresting appears. Maybe we could somehow fill this gap. A fb-group with some nice pics and a link to this page could...
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