- Dec 27, 2005
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Absolutely agree with that.
it seems doe of wind tunnel experiment, not variable geometry of canardhesham said:
Under the photo is wrote : "DFVLR Göttingen"hesham said:
The German Aerospace Center (German: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V.), abbreviated DLR, is the national center for aerospace, energy and transportation research of the Federal Republic of Germany. Its headquarters are located in Cologne and it has multiple other locations throughout Germany
What was later called the DLR was formed in 1969 as the Deutsche Forschungs- und Versuchsanstalt für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DFVLR; "German Test and Research Institute for Aviation and Space Flight") through the merger of several institutions. These were the Aerodynamische Versuchsanstalt (AVA), the Deutsche Versuchsanstalt für Luftfahrt (DVL; "German Laboratory for Aviation"), the Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luftfahrt (DFL; "German Research Institute for Aviation") and (in 1972) the Gesellschaft für Weltraumforschung (GfW; "Society for Space Research").
In 1989, the DFVLR was renamed Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR; "German Research Institute for Aviation and Space Flight").
All the data presented in this paragraph were taken
from the result of the former working group
Wings with Controlled Separation' The group's
activities were directed on the experimental
investigation of flows with stable L.E. vortex systems, especially
on the development of strake wings (1969 - 1978)
and on spanwise concentrated blowing (1915 - 1982).
How is this Rafale related in any way? Rafale doesn't use spanwise blowing...Members of this team were individuals from
DFVLR (now DLR), the former companies MBB
and VFW (both now DASA) and, temporarily,
ONERA, France, their work being sponsored at
that time by the German Ministry of Defense.
I Don't know the "Rafale D" of your drawing.paralay said:Did anyone come across an image of the project stealth Rafale-D?
Thank you my dear Paul,PaulMM (Overscan) said:The rest of the pics are from a nice article on development of the Rafale by Dassault engineer, so.... yes.
Maybe it was only an assumption and nothing really concrete. in any case, I don't know anything that corresponds to this drawing.paralay said:My drawing was copied from the "TsAGI Technical Information" magazine in 1986–88
To the best of my knowledge Airfix, as opposed to Revell, Monogram, Testors, or Italeri, never did an F-19 in any scale, but I'd be happy to be corrected - always eager to learn something new.TomcatViP said:Remember those were the times of the airfix/Italieri F-19 exclusive model release
Thank you Martin. I stand corrected.To the best of my knowledge Airfix, as opposed to Revell, Monogram, Testors, or Italeri, never did an F-19 in any scale, but I'd be happy to be corrected - always eager to learn something new.TomcatViP said:Remember those were the times of the airfix/Italieri F-19 exclusive model release