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Dassault EUROTRAINER (2003-2005)

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Came across this on a modeling site. A modeler did a detailed model out from a bare unpainted Dassault resin (?) display model.
The author says he know very little about it apart that it really comes from dassault, was to be called EUROTRAINER and was a 2003-2005 study for a Alphajet replacement.

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Powered elevator? How about longitudinal inherent stability?
 

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Powered elevator? How about longitudinal inherent stability?
No idea :/ For sure a delta only is unusual for a trainer, but with FBW and for an air force equipped with mirage 2000 ,why not.
All the details the modeler added are from his own guess as the basic model is very basic. We don't know what engine was intended for it too.
The fin is very Dassault in shape.
 

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Anyway very radical!! Very impressive. :oops: CCV/FBW trainer.
 
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Mmh... It's a lot of drag for a small engine.

Wing planform and postion is also very LMish.
 
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