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Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: Boeing-Vertol Projects
« Last post by hesham on Today at 04:47:48 am »
Hi,

I discovered that,the number after prefix "R" was the report's number,and was not Vertol
designation.

Here is a new report,with all data for them.

https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/147927.pdf
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Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: Lockheed LGA-144
« Last post by hesham on Today at 04:06:56 am »
And,
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Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: ADDAX-1/S New Zealand Combat Aircraft
« Last post by hesham on Today at 03:38:12 am »
I've dug up my copy of Air International March 1983 to re-read the article. It's a pretty interesting read. Crappy photos from phone attached.

Nice article my dear Paul.
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I've dug up my copy of Air International March 1983 to re-read the article. It's a pretty interesting read. Crappy photos from phone attached.
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Janes All The Worlds Aircraft 1982 - 1983 (Addenda)

This is the only proper entry it got:
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Janes All-The World's Aircraft 1985 - 1986
Quote
WILLIAMS
DAVID WILLIAMS
Chief Engineer, PC Box 20, Hadley Castle Works, Telford,
Shropshire TF1 4RE
Telephone: 0952 44321 extn 2633
ADDAX/LCRV
Detailed descriptions of the Addax-1 fighter/ground
attack aircraft project and the proposed Addax-S supersonic
fighter can be found in the Addenda to the 1982-83
Jane's, under the heading of the IML Group in New
Zealand, The originator of the Addax design, Mr David
Williams, is now based in the UK.
In early 1985 discussions were being held with NASA,
under the title LCRV (lift configured research vehicle), with
a view to establishing research programmes to evaluate
specific features of the LCRV STOL fighter, although this
would not include validation of the complete configuration.
Preliminary discussions also began with a British manufacturer
in early 1985 to evaluate the possibility of
initiating a HiMAT type RPV programme, to assess the
capabilities of the LCRV in respect of agility and STOL
performance.
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I don't think so. However, we would have to look across many propulsion solutions to get to those performance levels. Perhaps an SFRJ based design is less risky.
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Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: CAC Postwar Projects
« Last post by TsrJoe on Yesterday at 12:48:21 pm »
Hmm, checking online they seem to be compilation volumes of 'wiki' pages :(
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Postwar Aircraft Projects / Re: CAC Postwar Projects
« Last post by GTX on Yesterday at 10:36:59 am »
Is anyone able to find a copy of the following:

Title   Australian Military Experimental and Prototype Aircraft
Author   Raymond Deeb
Publisher   Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, 2006
ISBN   1411648900, 9781411648906
Length   47 pages


Title   Military Aircraft, Designed and Built in Australia
Author   Raymond Deeb
Publisher   Lulu Enterprises Incorporated, 2006
ISBN   141165174X, 9781411651746
Length   53 pages
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