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If you mean that you have three fuselages and three wings to choose from, and you want to maximize the weight of the payload carried, and you may use more than one wing, then build a triplane. More wing means more lift! As quietflyer answered, dihedral increases stability (as does sweepback, somewhat), and reduces aileron authority. But this is true for ...


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If your aircraft is meant to be a "free flight" model, meaning that it flies without any guidance from any pilot, then generous dihedral will help keep the wings level. Even if your aircraft is meant to fly under radio control, so long as the mission is load-carrying rather than aerobatics, some dihedral will help ease the pilot workload. You may want to ...


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