Various Japanese civilian aircraft designs

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This design seems to be more hypersonic than supersonic, with its huge booster.
Mmmm....anyway the aircraft itself has too much sharpe edges to be a credible hypersonic.....
 

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archipeppe said:
The last design seems to be more hypersonic than supersonic, with its huge booster.

That "huge booster" is not that big...
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Hi,

http://www.meti.go.jp/english/aboutmeti/data/aOrganizatione/2007/05_manufacturing_industries.html
 

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Hi,


here is from Flying Review magazine,the NAMC YS-15,but with no details,also they spoke about
Mitsubishi,Fuji and Kawasaki proposals,the Mitsubishi entry had a 25-ton weight and a high-wing
with a rear cargo doors,does anyone hear about them ?.
 

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hesham said:
Hi,


here is from Flying Review magazine,the NAMC YS-15,but with no details,also they spoke about
Mitsubishi,Fuji and Kawasaki proposals,the Mitsubishi entry had a 25-ton weight and a high-wing
with a rear cargo doors,does anyone hear about them ?.


By the way,


the Kawasaki entry was C-1,and may be my dear Blackkite knows the Fuji and Mitsubishi
proposals for a C-46 replacement competition.
 

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I have seen this as being a Kawasaki replacement for the C-46. http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18068.msg172281.html#msg172281
 

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Thank you Famvburg,


but also the Kawasaki C-1 was the final aircraft in this competition,which began in
1966 and continued at the early of 1970s.
 

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Sorry for delay. I will try to find informations for Mitsubishi and Fuji proposals for C-1.
Give me time. ;)
 

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hesham said:
but also the Kawasaki C-1 was the final aircraft in this competition,which began in
1966 and continued at the early of 1970s.


A small info about Fuji proposal,FR magazine 10/1964.
 

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Hi! Tachikawa R-53.

http://dansa.minim.ne.jp/a3632-4-ShinTachikawa-2014-1.htm

http://dansa.minim.ne.jp/index.htm
 

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From the Multi-purpose STOL transports thread:

hesham said:
hesham said:
From Japan,

NAL project of 1995 :it was medium-range lift/cruise fan 100 passenger
VTOL airliner.

The NAL VTOL aircraft;
http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1991/1991%20-%200473.html?search=Aeritalia%20aircraft
index.php


Triton said:
National Aerospace Laboratory (NAL) VTOL Airliner, Japan (1991)

Medium-range lift/cruise fan 100-passenger VTOL airliner study by Japan's National Aerospace Laboratory (NAL), Fuji, and Ishawajima intended to fly in 2010.

Three core engines to drive either six lift fans beside center-fuselage in aerodynamic wingroot sections or two propulsion fans at tail; rear mounted swept-back wings with large winglets; sweptback foreplanes; airscoops above above rear fuselage.

Flight controls: Pitch-axis control by reaction jets or small fans; rudders in winglets.

Cruising speed: Mach 0.8
Range: 1,350 nautical miles (2,500km;1,550 miles)

Source: Jane's All the Word's Aircraft 1995-1996
Image: Future Aeronautical and Space Systems by Ahmed Noor, Samuel L. Venneri, et al.
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hesham said:
hesham said:
but also the Kawasaki C-1 was the final aircraft in this competition,which began in
1966 and continued at the early of 1970s.


A small info about Fuji proposal,FR magazine 10/1964.

As I know,the company Fuji also submitted some light aircraft Projects in this period
(1960s & 1970s).
 

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From Ailes 4/1/1963,

what was this Japanese Toki light airplane ?,the construction company was Mitsubishi ?.
 

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As far as I understand, it was a japanese project for the years 2000, with turboprops, mach 0.85 speed, 30% less consumption and 80-120 seats.

Nothing about the company.
 

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Ummm........:oops:
Like a Beech Starship.
 
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"Japanese next gen passenger airplanes wil also have a canard configuration - first will be flying in the 90's. They will have two turboprop engines with pusher propellers, speed around M=0.85 and 30% lesser consumption than current airplanes and they will also be much quieter. There are several proposed variants with 80 to 120 passengers."
Sadly no other info anywhere.
 
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Japanese next gen passenger airplanes wil also have a canard configuration - first will be flying in the 90's
Like my teacher of Economics used to say: "It's always risky to make forecasts, especially about the future."
How true...
 

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Indeed!! Starship seemed to be excellent.
 

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