That image corresponds one of the not built variants of the XH-59.overscan said:1 more
Yup, I know. These are the designs I was talking about. Very cool but I was hoping anyone here had a topview of these beauties.Jemiba said:You can find a (small) sideview here, in Yasotay post from 30th December 2007 :
Excellent work!! Just what I needed. What size did you use? I have calculated the main rotor of the "CH-44B" from the earlier posted link as being about 17 meters (56 ft) in diamater (this based on the size of the Marine at the rear of the rotorcraft.Jemiba said:Couldn't find any other drawings of this design, so I had a quick attempt for
a simple drawing on my own. Problem, due to lack of sufficient informations
is the fuselage width and shape, I used the XH-59 and S-72 as a pattern.
So, careful please, speculative guesswork only !
I've attached the cdr-file (zipped), too, so those of you, who have CorelDraw,
or another software, that can handle such files, can make corrections on their
Please define "us". All these designs have been seen before as far as I'm concerned.hesham said:Hi,
from Sikorskyarchives,you can find a group of V/STOL and VTOL aircraft,some are
known for us and some are new.
From Aviation magazine Inter. 1969.Here is a picture showed CARA of US.
The VTOL aircraft fitted with retractable Roto on dalso and tail for VTOL, while needing level fly, the roto will autometically retracte and stored in airframe for reducing drag. The power mianly rely on one Jet and fan engine each side.