1. BASIC TECHNICAL DATA ABOUT THE MOTORS - DIMENSIONS, MASS BEFORE AND AFTER
OPERATION, MOTOR OPERATION TIME AND TYPICAL WORKING DIAGRAMS.
All the technical data regarding motors will be published with the Bulletin No 2. This document will
be available on the official website www.spacemodeling.rs
2. FIVE MOTORS LIMIT PER COMPETITOR. WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE IN CASE OF FLY-OFF OR MISFIRE?
Five motors per competitor are enough for three basic flights and two additional.
number of motors is 5 per competitor, not per motors manufacturer.
However, if additional motors
are needed, in cases such as a misfire, explosion or sixth flight, competitors will be able to
obtain additional motors.
Additional motors will be held by RSO, in the locked case. Competitors
may collect additional motors under the supervision of RSO.
For the competition class S7 and S8
there are no limits to the number of motors. Competitors will be able to obtain more or less than
five, based on their needs.
3. MOROTS FOR TRAINING FLIGHTS
Motors used for the training flights teams should provide by themselves. These motors can be of
any manufacturer or they can be ordered from the producers listed on the organizer's website
together with their contact information.
4. MOTOR DELAY TIMES - WHICH VALUES WE CAN REQUEST
When ordering the motor, it is necessary to specify the motor tracer's working time from 0-6
seconds in 1 second increments. (A-1-3 and not A-1-3.5).
5. HOW DO WE SPECIFY MULTIPLE DELAY TIMES OF ONE MOTOR TYPE IN THE MOTORS ORDER
FORM? I.E., A 1-2, A 1-3
If you have three competitors competing in classes S3, S4, S6, and S9, the team will be entitled to
take 60 motors in class A, but they can have different tracers (for example: 20 units of A 1-1, 20
units of A 1-5, and 20 units of A 2-3).
6. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF MOTORS ORDER FORM? REDUCTION OF MOTORS ORDER
As specified in the Bulletin 1 the final date for ordering motors is 15 th of March and
the payment deadline is not later than end of May.
It will be possible to reduce the quantity of ordered motors by the maximum of 10 percent
in case it is needed.
7. COMPETITION SCHEDULE
The schedule of the Competition is outlined in the Bulletin No 1.
The competition classes will not have any overlapping.
The competitors should plan their arrival on Friday 23 rd August, and the departure on Thursday 29th
August, in the afternoon.
The detailed timing schedule will be published in the Bulletin No 3.