This one (the one in the picture) had the two inner nacelles on pylons while the outer two were on the wingtips much like the Bounder bomber.elmayerle said:There was also a version of the top left one with just two afterburning J58s. This picture is way too grainy for me to tell which one this is.
That one made me laugh Strikes me more as someone goofing off than a serious proposal.Orionblamblam said:Of course, none of these are as cool as the SST version of the F-104 Starfighter:
Yes.Richard Vogt, from Blohm und Voss?
No.do you know the date for this patent?
Yes.he was working in the USA?,
I borrowed the book a few years ago, but didn’t make Xerox copies. In only remember two companies, Aerophysics Development Corporation in Santa Barbara (Vogt said he was the leading engineer for the Curtiss-Wright VZ-7, which was developed at Aerophysics) and Boeing.for which company?
The Supersonic Commercial Air Transport program was started by NASA in, I believe, 1962. It built upon previous work done by NASA/NACA in designing generic SST configurations. The various corporations then took the NASA-generated configurations and produced more detailed designs based on them.boxkite said:Can you tell us something generally about the SCAT terminology? There where NASA SCATs, Lockheed SCATs, …
Uh, not so, there was even a serious enough proposal for a (small) SST derived from the F-106...That one made me laugh Wink Strikes me more as someone goofing off than a serious proposal.