SAAB-32 Lansen early projects

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Hi,

That aircraft passed many developments,in the beginning the company
suggested that project P.1119,it was SAAB-29 in new shape as side-by-
side twin jet aircraft,then moved to Ray,it had a flying wing configuration,
later modified with a slim rear fuselage and T-tail and also twin jet,the
last modified to a tip jet project,the engines was mounted at the end of
wing,a project P.1100 was a twin engined but was not accepted,and
finally the project P.1150 two seat single engined aircraft which was known
as SAAB-32 Lansen.
 

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My dear Jemiba,

please send a scan here in this topic because I have that issue of Air Enthusiast but
you know I have no scanner.
 

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There was quite a comprehensive article in one of the last
AirEnthusiast issues :

- The "Ray"
- The "Tip Jet"
- Project 1100
- Project 1119
 

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And here is also from the same issue;


they wrote; Fuselage and wings in the Fatigue rig.
 

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Hi,


has anyone a drawings to SAAB J.32AD and J.32U Lansen projects;


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saab_32_Lansen


J 32AD Project of day fighter version from 1953 as interim solution between the J 29 Tunnan and J 35 Draken, designated J 32AD ("D" stands for Dag [day]). Aircraft was lighter, without radar and armed with four 20 mm and one 30 mm guns in nose and different missiles. None built, 120 Hawker Hunterfighters bought instead.

J 32U Project of fighter version from 1954 ("U" stands for utveckling [development]) with much better performance than J 32B. Aircraft was equipped with more powerful Rolls-Royce RA 19R engine and had improved wing design. None built.
 
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