rtdanforth said:Perhaps a standard "rug" suggests a magic carpet ride, on which tell-tales might be useful . . .
Sorry about that. I meant standard "rig."
Is there any reason to think that the air flow over a radial would differ from the air flow over a standard sail?
Thanks, Tino, that article has a great discussion of boundary layers and separation bubbles. I never understood that before.tino said:it is actually an old thread but maybe for some of interests. there is a very good articles about fixing the tell-tales:
each of the tales gives you some additonal information about your correct trim. good look and fast sailing