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donnage99

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I know that, but in Sweetman's article, he stated to have seen the concept in a video, so I just want to see it.
 

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Stargazer2006 said:


But quad-rotors are old hat, remember how successful X-19 was in the sixties already? :)
 

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mz said:
Stargazer2006 said:


But quad-rotors are old hat, remember how successful X-19 was in the sixties already? :)

True but we should also remember that the X-22A was a very successful quad tilt rotor (albeit ducted rotors), that flew for many years.
 

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I think that is a nice artist's impression of the future devolped Chinook. I found it on Google Image
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Nico said:
I think that is a nice artist's impression of the future devolped Chinook. I found it on Google Image
Nico

See post #7 of this thread.
 

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I don't remember if this picture for Boeing future helicopter and VTOL aircraft was
sent before or not .
 

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Those are from some of the initial work Boeing did for the JMR effort.
 

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Karem Aircraft concept:
 

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Kadija_Man said:
Fin appears to be rather under-sized.
Same with Boeing ATT concept. Early ATT design even eliminates both horizontal and vertical tails altogether
 

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I suspect they used differential rotor thrust for primary yaw control. Only reason I can think of for such a vestigial vertical stabilizer.
 

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Hi,

I don't know if that was just a hypothetical concept or a basis for a real design ?.

Aviastroenie Rossii
 

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Hi,

here is a Boeing SSTOL design.

http://archive.aviationweek.com/image/spread/19990628/32/2
 

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Hesham, please read what is JHL before posting stuff in this topic
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2765.msg12865.html#msg12865

What http://sagita.be has to do with FVL/JHL??
 

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hesham said:
Sorry my dear Flateric,I fixed it.
Once more, read what is JHL that started in 2005!!!
 

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flateric said:
Once more, read what is JHL that started in 2005!!!

OK my dear Flateric,please transfer it into a proper topic.
 

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Going through this thread I noticed no videos although one had been posted but with a broken link. Despite program cancellation, the desire for a heavy vertical lift capacity with theater sized range still exists. Unfortunately, it would take a self funded prototype to demonstrate actual benefits before any budget/political support could be generated (as a follow on extension to Future Vertical Lift perhaps).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwq69KsaRn8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJovLfFmOB4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bix4ptq3Who
 

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I see the enemy is dropping his forces 30 km behind the battle line with a wing of giant tilt-rotors...
The idea is a HLZ 100s of Kms and after most of the SEAD/Time Critical tgting phase is over. Smerch is aTCT TEL.
 

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