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Aerospace / Re: Iranian Qaher-313 "indigenous fighter jet"
« Last post by kaiserd on Today at 02:53:11 pm »
Seeing as the standard of entrants for the next Iranian fighter is so high I thought I would add mine to the mix and I will not even charge for my services.  This new fighter is completely autonomous in all regards including a new technology engine that does not need inlets or exhaust.

As there is no need for a pilot there is no need for a computer, all they are good for is playing pong anyway and a pilot should keep their minds on the job rather than high scores.  Also note the new era aerodynamics which take already honed technology to new heights and especially if launched from a high building, sorry, I mean a launching pad, can achieve its terminal velocity without supplementary assistance.  capable of mach 19 when boosted by the eye-on engines which enable lights speeds approaching ouch velocity and only limited by the number first thought of powered by subtly enhanced fruit fuels allowed to mature in decently sized vats until ready for use.

Deny all alternatives, fly the new improved Br 13-S Series 1.  You know it makes sense, and good housing too.

I've seen better bricks.......... 😀
Early Aircraft Projects / Re: rolls royce exe, fairey monarch
« Last post by VictorXL188 on Today at 02:30:40 pm »
Hi I was trawling through the site and saw your request. One article which goes into the developement of the Exe, and also its derivatives, the Pennine and Snowdon can be found here:
great stuff,

glad it's not a 1945 design for a jet snowmobile for the german arctic/antarctic hideout  ::)
User Artwork / Re: Covert Shores sub cutaways and profiles
« Last post by covert_shores on Today at 02:08:52 pm »
The massive Pr.09852 Belgorod special mission boat in perspective. Couldn't include displacement has don't have a reliable figure for her or Moscow.

Aerospace / Re: A personal aircraft : Kitty Hawk Flyer
« Last post by TomcatViP on Today at 01:43:09 pm »
A little more detail:

The brain dead and ridiculous FAA wants a pilot's license for the privilege of hovering a handful of feet over your local watering hole.

You are right. Those are toys and a new category with restricted altitude should be created given the many and invariable forms that distributed propulsion can take. Given that all of then will be fitted with an accelerometer, perhaps that borning an interval in the vertical readings should do the trick? (can't fly more than h0  + X   [m] ; h0 being a GPS reading for site elevation and x being the maximum authorized value in alt). Alternatively, recreation zones free of restriction could be quickly opened with on-site regulations.   
Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: Armstrong Whitworth AW.56
« Last post by hesham on Today at 01:05:26 pm »
A good view to AW.56.
Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: Early Supermarine Attacker
« Last post by Schneiderman on Today at 12:53:48 pm »
39200 sht116 is the Vickers-Armstrong Supermarine drawing number
Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: Airbus A340 Super Transporter concepts
« Last post by fredymac on Today at 12:46:00 pm »

also a designer call Mr. Bostan,which created a circle-wing airplane,does anyone know it ?.
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