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In the period from toLilienthal succeeded with over 2, gliding flights with many different glider designs, including flapping wing models ornithopters. His total of five hours flying time was probably the most important in aviation history. The basis for his flying experiments resulted in the book he published in after over 20 years of research.
He discussed the basic principles of the curved wing, its description, its possible measurements, and stressed the importance of actually flying outdoors. Chanute exchanged correspondence with Lilienthal for several years.
As a matter of fact, Lilienthal was the only person in the world able to fly repeatedly and reliably during the period when the Wright brothers started their flight research. Construction of a Lilienthal glider in the United States, by A.
The financial situation of his family became more and more difficult from year to year, so the family decided to emigrate to America. But Lilienthal's father died unexpectedly, when Otto Lilienthal was 12 years old.
It was a decision of his uncle and guardian for Otto to study mechanical engineering in Berlin at the new founded Royal Technical Academy.
To study the flight of birds, especially the flight of the white stork was a life long topic of interest to the two Lilienthal brothers, Otto and one year younger Gustav.
In the same year Otto Lilienthal gave his first public lecture about the theory of the flight of birds in Germany. Especially in two time periods in the year andthe brothers experimented and researched systematically the forces of air on artificial wings and on the characteristics of natural wind using models and kites.
InLilienthal submitted a patent on a machine used in mining - the first of 25 patents by Lilienthal among them were four aviation patents.
In he founded his own mechanical engineering company for steam boilers and engines in Berlin. In Lilienthal began to experiment with man-carrying flying machines. Within one year, he succeeded with first jumps and flights covering a distance of about 80 feet near the villages of Derwitz and Krilow just outside of Potsdam.
Besides improving glider construction and glider flying, as well as his very innovative work in the field of steam engines, Lilienthal became very interested in the Berlin 'Volkstheater' people's theatre —movement InLilienthal constructed a "flight station" near his home and began his flight experiments in the "Rhinow Hills," his favourite practice area for gliding up to a distance of about feet.
He began construction of several flying machines, among them a flapping wing machine driven by a carbon-acid engine. For the purpose of training and testing of new aircraft closer to his home and factory, Lilienthal built his so-called 'Fliegeberg' Aviation Hill that still exists in Lichterfelde, at that time a suburb today a district of Berlin.
This was his second "airfield" with a glider hangar on the top of the hill. In Lilienthal started serial production of the so-called "Normal-Glider". With one exception Vienna all original Lilienthal gliders that exist today are production models from this series Washington, London, Moscow, Munich.
Flight using big Biplane with the "Aviation Hill" in the background, October 7, In engineers and scientists from around the world came to Germany and visited Lilienthal, among them S.
Shukowski, aerodynamics expert from Moscow. Steering with body shifting through a strong thermal did not succeed. The period of successful flights and then the accident demonstrated his flight concept and its limited steering ability. It is symbolic for his success but also for his limitation.
Lilienthal's worldwide fame is based on his successful flights. Today, we look at his controlled and reproducible glides in covering a distance of 80 feet as the beginning of successful human flight.
AfterLilienthal was able to cover distances of about feet in the Rhinow Hills. These accomplishments were not surpassed prior to his death in by anyone. These first practical successes were the outcome of a research program on which he worked with great determination and creativity for more than 20 years.The Energy Racket.
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