Carbonix Blog

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Back to the Future

I have hinted in previous posts that the new home of Carbonicboats is in a rather special place.Now the bulk of the preparation...

Think with a Twist

In response to an avalanche of questions about how our experimental foils with the lifting surface mounted at the forward end of a ‘fuselage’...

Paving the Way

Lots to report as we continue to test over the winter…  We are working on the next-generation Paradox A Class Cat design for...

The Internship

Two talented and enthusiastic young guys have joined us to lend a hand and learn.Raphaël Censier and Sébastien Canva are students of the engineering...

Like a Swan

…Quiet on the surface but paddling frantically below, out of sight.That is our situation at the moment as we are getting the new...

Another Result

Using Paradox rudder blades retrofitted to his customised DNA platform, Mischa Heemskerk dominated the first Dutch event of the 2014 season at Muiderzand...

Honing In

We are continuing our tests of L/V foils. The constraints imposed for this series are:– Foils made of straight segments with minimum (hydrodynamically...

Mythbusting

Some thoughts on our recent testing with heave-stable ‘acute L’ foils (L/V for short).This experiment had one aim: To prove that a simple...

A World(s) of Learning – Part 2

One more post on appendages. Then we can look at other areas of development such as aerodynamic tailoring and control systems/ergonomics. Glenn Ashby...
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