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Boulet Stratosphere and Fighter Projects ?

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Hi,


Mr. M. Boulet designed some stratosphere aircraft and a fighter during 1930s,they
remained only a projects,he was a French man,has anyone a more info about him ?,
and thanks in advanced.
 

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By the way,


the French TU magazine issues 161 & 171 contain a more info about those projects,
but I haven't them.
 

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Hi,


in 1937,Mr Boulet designed a commercial experimental Stratosphere single-engined aircraft,and had estimated speed of 500 km/h,ceiling 16500m and could fly at 15000m ceiling for 17 hours,followed by a twin engined military experimental stratosphere aircraft,and had estimated data as365 km/h speed and ceiling 18000m and could remained flying at 13700m ceiling for 8 hours.

In 1933,he created a fighter-canon project,was a monoplane with low-wing,which this aircraftground speed was 400 km/h,and the speed was 440 km/h at ceiling of 4000m, was characterized by the position of the HS-12 motor-canon to the right of center of gravity in the middle of the
fuselage.The propeller, at the front, is driven by a large diameter shaft; this fact, the gyroscopic and tensile forces are received by a bearing independent of the engine that no longer transmits torque,
the machine is a domestic driving.

The fighter data,as in google translate,and I can't imagine its shape,what it looks like ?.
 
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hesham said:
In 1933,he created a fighter-canon project,was a monoplane with low-wing,which this aircraft
ground speed was 400 km/h,and the speed was 440 km/h at ceiling of 4000m, was characterized by
the position of the HS-12 motor-canon to the right of center of gravity in the middle of the
fuselage.The propeller, at the front, is driven by a large diameter shaft; this fact, the gyroscopic and
tensile forces are received by a bearing independent of the engine that no longer transmits torque,
the machine is a domestic driving.


We have here a good painters,can anyone make just a small sketch for this concept and thanks.
 

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