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Hi,

Mr. Henry Millicer was Australian designer,worked for Victa and
AESL companies,and created the Airtourer & Airtrainer,later developed
M10 light low-wing two-seat monoplane followed by M9-200,an improved version.

Millicer also designed the Airmite,it was a single seat low-wing light
aircraft Project of later of 1970s.

 

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In my files;

during 1950,Mr. Henry Millicer and Mr. Henrich Focke designed
a tilt-rotor airplane Project in UK,but no more details are known,
does anyone hear about it before ?.
 
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during 1950,Mr. Henry Millicer and Mr. Henrich Focke designed a tilt-rotor airplane Project in
UK,but no more details are known,does anyone hear about it before ?.

Hi,

The bound vortex flap concept (with a counter rotating vortex
nested in the cavity between a relatively conventional Fowler
flap and the main wing was discovered by Professor Henry Millicer
and used in a mild version on the CT4 Airtrainer -- the increase in
lift over a smooth profile was probably due to the spanwise entry
of additional air into the slot that two dimensional tunnel tests did
not allow.

That explains Mr. Millicer development.

 
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Hi,

here is a two Projects for him,Kite and Swift;

Training plane design. Australia.
The project of the training plane "Kite" was developed by a Pole living in Australia - Eng. Henryk Milicer. The co-designer was Eng. Peter Carr. Students of the aviation department of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology participated in the design work carried out in the years 1978-1980.

The "Kite" aircraft design was submitted to a competition announced by the Royal Aeronautical Society, in which it took third place out of 40 submitted designs.

Business aircraft design. Australia.
The design of the "Swift" public plane was developed by a Pole living in Australia - Eng. Henryk Milicer. It was to be a two-seater (tandem arrangement) high-speed and range aircraft, intended for amateur construction.

Students of the aviation department of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology participated in the design work carried out in 1989-1984. Only one specimen was built to carry out endurance tests. No further data available.

 

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Also those Projects,

Glider designs. Poland / Great Britain.
In the late 1940s, Polish designers and engineers working in British
industry began to consider the possibility of organizing a Polish aviation
factory in the USA, Ireland, Argentina, or South Africa. Initially, the
products offered by the factory were to be various variants of the
"Gazela" training aircraft designed by Eng. Jerzy Dąbrowski and two
gliders
, designed jointly by Henryk Milicer and Thompson (Irishman),
working together at Airspeed ?.

 
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