It does appear to have exactly the same wingspan as the P 198 - 15m. Wing area is larger on the Focke-Wulf though, at 51m2 compared to 33.54m2 on the P 198. The Focke-Wulf is also significantly heaver at 8700kg with fuel, compared to 7257.48kg for the P 198.Zizi6785 said:
Yes. The Focke-Wulf report has no images with it, though, and doesn't give project numbers or any other individual designations. They are simply referred to as the Blohm & Voss project, the Dornier project and the Focke-Wulf project. I'm reasonably sure I know what the BV and FW projects are, but the Dornier specs don't appear to match any known project.Wurger said:All single engined?
The only known BV project which comes close is the P 207.01-01, and even that has an 11m wingspan, not 10.5m. But it does have a Jumo 222 and fits date-wise. The Focke-Wulf design, which does match dimensions exactly - 12.8m wingspan - appears to be the 'Jager mit Jumo 222 E-F' of drawing 0310 025-506 (although that drawing is dated October 2, 1944, so presumably there is another version of it in a different drawing from a few weeks earlier). Both are pusher prop designs.sgeorges4 said:What they look like(the BV and FW)?
Roughly similar in that it's a twin boom arrangement but the wing trailing edges have a greater degree of sweepback (Flitzer of 0310 226-61 has a dead straight trailing edge, Flitzer of 0310 226-94 has a slight sweepback and the Volksjaeger Flitzer has a more pronounced sweepback), the booms are obviously much larger, the surface between the booms is low down rather than high up, there's a small remote-controlled turret in the rear end of each boom (gun type unclear - MK103?) and the front part of each boom protrudes below the wing and has two forward-firing MK108s in it. The shape of the fins/rudders is also different.sienar said:
Possibly drawing from the same DVL research that lead to the 262 having a triangular fuselage.newsdeskdan said: