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button, save them to a text, HTML, or comma-separated-values (CSV) file by clicking Save..., or copy one or more of the suggestions to the Windows clipboard (to paste into an e-mail, for example) by clicking with the secondary mouse button and selecting Copy One Result or Copy All Results.When you are happy with the Moto Wizard's suggestions, select one (click on it with the mouse), and then click the Accept button.These five steps are described in more detail below.The Moto Wizard is described in great detail in its own section of this manual, so we won't repeat it all here. The Moto Wizard consists of a number of pages on which you answer some basic questions about your model, it's intended performance, information about where you fly, and any preferences you may have.Moto Calc will predict weight, current, voltage at the motor terminals, input power, output power, power loss, motor efficiency, motor RPM, power-loading, electrical efficiency, motor RPM, propeller or fan RPM, static thrust, pitch speed, and run time.By producing a table of predictions, Moto Calc lets you determine the optimum propeller size and/or gear ratio for your particular application.The last line of the summary, labeled "Stats", summarizes the predicted performance of the model.Below this you will see a table of predictions at different airspeeds, estimating things like current consumption, input and output power, and so on.

At this point, you can also print the Moto Wizard's suggestions by clicking the Print...

One way to do this is to return to the Moto Wizard (select Moto Wizard...

from the Project menu in the Moto Calc Workbench window) and either select another one of the Moto Wizard's suggestions (step 1), or change some of the options and have the Moto Wizard generate new suggestions.

Moto Calc can also do an in-flight analysis for a particular combination of components, predicting lift, drag, current, voltage, power, motor and electrical efficiency, RPM, thrust, pitch speed, propeller and overall efficiency, and run time at various flight speeds.

It will also predict stall speed, hands-off level flight speed, throttle, and motor temperature, optimal level flight speed, throttle, and motor temperature, maximum level flight speed, rate of climb, and power-off rate of sink.

At this point, you can also print the Moto Wizard's suggestions by clicking the Print...

One way to do this is to return to the Moto Wizard (select Moto Wizard...

from the Project menu in the Moto Calc Workbench window) and either select another one of the Moto Wizard's suggestions (step 1), or change some of the options and have the Moto Wizard generate new suggestions.

Moto Calc can also do an in-flight analysis for a particular combination of components, predicting lift, drag, current, voltage, power, motor and electrical efficiency, RPM, thrust, pitch speed, propeller and overall efficiency, and run time at various flight speeds.

It will also predict stall speed, hands-off level flight speed, throttle, and motor temperature, optimal level flight speed, throttle, and motor temperature, maximum level flight speed, rate of climb, and power-off rate of sink.

Alternatively, you might just slightly revise the current suggestion by making changes in the Moto Calc Workbench window, perhaps trying different propeller sizes, more or fewer cells, or a different gear ratio (step 2).