This file attempts to model the motion of the Super Stunter boomerang plane in the vertical plane. The analysis was done in two parts. Part 1 describes motion from t=0s to t=0.634s while part 2 describes motion from t=0.634s to t=1.068s. The dynamic model accounted for variable lift and drag forces. The coefficients of these quantities were different in both parts of the motion to account for variation in the angle of attack of the plane.

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- Super Stunter Boomering Plane.mp4
- Super Stunter Boomering Plane-frame.gif

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