I answer quickly some of your questions, which I can and see most essential of.
Absolutely. SP is state of the art program, Fm is primitive one which lacks so many things. Mastering SP takes quite a lot time and preferably couple of hundred kite designs at least. I have about 30 for this year.Schietwedder wrote: Maybe i should also use surfplan instead of Foilmaker, with depower briddle and primary secondary and third briddle the program is at the end of its abilities
Yes, but remember those are race kites. Consider always how much camber (or lift/stability) you need. Airfoil selection is one of the big questions of kite design. If you want to import an airfoil to a design program you must know how to do it.Schietwedder wrote: I have some profiles from Ozone R1 and Chrono, maybe i just copy and paste them hehe
Usually max depth is quite near LE in foil kites. Don't put too much camber in your airfoil, it will make kite too unstable for depower.Schietwedder wrote: New profile for shure (Advice? Some reflex for shure and i dont have any idea with the leading edge and how much camber and where to put the max depth
Closed cell is ok, but don't go big and even less for big AR, not at least to 6-6.8. You will risk a failure and mid AR kite has very decent performance in much easier concept. You must study which cell count suits best for your AR and for structure in general. (If you don't have D-ribs it is not that critical though.)Schietwedder wrote: Now im planning something Closed cell, AR 6-6.8 11m2-12m2 race foil-ish 25-30 cells like the minima.
You have good basis and equipment for your next kite project. Don't rush it but do design work carefully and study how kites are made and try to think how different parameters should be. There is lot of details in which designers won't give advice because it is their intellectual property collected by the years of work, both successes and failures. No one else but you can design a kite which is designed by you.