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hesham said:
do you know Lippisch P.03 and P.06 projects?
and do you know Lippisch P.02 and P.07 ? please.

Lippisch P 03 = Messerschmitt Me 263 was a high speed rocket plane projected in june 1941
It had nothing to do with the Me 263/Ju 248 built in 1944/45
Lippisch P 06 was a tailless training monoplace projected in november 1940 with a 450 hp motor
 

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More canard Lippisch projects
Source
-Ein Dreieck Fliegt
by Alexander Lippisch-Motorbuch Verlag 1976
 

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Re: Lippisch five engined commercial transport aircraft

Here is anther strange Lippisch four engined aircraft project;


http://cdm16001.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/collection/p15031coll11/page/8
 

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Hi,


The Lippisch tailless types.
 

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hesham said:
Hi,


The Lippisch tailless types.
Excellent! Thanks for sharing us!
 

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Thank you my dears Jemiba and Blackkite.
 

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Is that tailless types diagram from NACA?


I remember seeing a report that had a bunch of drawings like that. Unfortunately the NTRS is down.
 

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sienar said:
Is that tailless types diagram from NACA?


I remember seeing a report that had a bunch of drawings like that. Unfortunately the NTRS is down.


No Sienar,


it is from a book about Messerschmitt Me 163.
 

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sienar said:
Is that tailless types diagram from NACA?

It seems to be an original document and speaks of "tailless types" (in English), so I
suggest, that it's from a British or US source and was later used for the mentioned
book.
 

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As strange as it may seem, the Lippisch Li P 10 was proposed as a competitor to the Messerschmitt Me 410.


Here is an original comparative arrangement of the two aircraft. Note the similar front view (except engine position), identical nose and cockpit. I have reworked the document to extract the Li P 10 on its own.
 

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Latest update on the subject:

The above Lippisch Li P 10 project was not done in competition with Messerschmitt, but rather UNDER Messerschmitt direction.

Here is a photo of the Messerschmitt Me 265, which is exactly the same project. It was developed for comparison purposes with the Me 410 in Spring 1942 and was to reuse parts of the Me 210, but did not get beyond the mockup stage.

The Me 265 was not submitted as such. Instead, Messerschmitt offered the Me 329 early in August 1942, but the more conservative Me 410 was eventually selected by the RLM.
 

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Hi,


we know Messerschmitt Me.163 was a rocket-powered aircraft,but here is a hybird
between Messerschmitt Me.163 and Heinkel He.162,but most of its shape tends to
Me.163,so I named it that,it was powered by a jet engine.


From Jet & Prop 1/2000
 

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This is actually a kitbash model built after a drawing showing the Lippisch P.15 "Diana". ;)

The Lippisch P.15 was a development of the Me 163 "Komet". The nose of the aircraft was taken from the He 162 and the landing gear from the Bf 109. The wings came from the Me 163, with their span being increased by the addition of air intakes in the leading edge wing roots. A single He S 011A turbojet supplied the power. Armament consisted of two Mk 108 30mm cannon in the forward fuselage sides and two MG 151/20 20mm cannon in the wing.
Source: http://www.luft46.com/lippisch/lip15.html


In the following book it is mentioned, that the cockpit / front fuselage came from the He 162, the wings from Messerschmitt Me 163C and the the rear fuselage and the landing gear from the Junkers Ju 248 / Messerschmitt Me 263.

Book: Alexander Lippisch - Ein Dreieck fliegt. Die Entwicklung der Delta-Flugzeuge bis 1945, Motorbuch Verlag 1976, ISBN: 3879434670


See also this topic:
Secret Projects Forum » Secret Projects » Early Aircraft Projects » Various Lippisch Tailless and Delta Projects
 

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OH sorry,


you are right my dear Rolf,I don't remember Lippisch P.15,and they didn't mention it,so
I thought it was fake aircraft.
 

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Topics merged.

Nevertheless, I've still some doubts, that mating the forward fuselage of the He 162
with that of the Me 163 would have been that easy .
 

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Hi,


consider a tailless aircraft design,they wrote Lippisch after the drawing,but I
don't know if it was related to him or not ?.


Flugsport 1925
 

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This light plane (7,5 hp) was designed by Lippisch and built by Steinmann Flugzeugbau in 1925 .
 

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Re: Lippisch five engined commercial transport aircraft

Hi,


a artist drawing to Lippisch five engined aircraft project.


http://aviaciaportal.ru/osobye-formy-krylev-i-shemy-samoletov/
 

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Re: Lippisch five engined commercial transport aircraft

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Hi,

Lippisch description and sketch of Lippisch transport aircraft. The Horten's borrowed his idea, apparently.

IMG_8824.jpg


Good Info Newsdeskdan,many thanks.
 

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A patent for Lippisch.
 

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From FIESELER F 3 „WESPE“ (RRG „DELTA IV“);

the Delta IV.
 

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In my files,

Lippisch L-10 Glider.
 

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Hi,

http://www.avia-it.com/act/biblioteca/periodici/PDF%20Riviste/Ala%20d'Italia/L'ALA%20D'ITALIA%201933%2001.pdf
 

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Hi,

here is a Lippisch Schenklflügel Project for a swivel wing fighter,based on Me.263.

Jet Planes of the Third Reich - The Secret Projects-volume one
 

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hesham said:
Hi,

here is a Lippisch Schenklflügel Project for a swivel wing fighter,based on Me.263.

Jet Planes of the Third Reich - The Secret Projects-volume one

And a Model;

http://www.ebay.ie/itm/Me-263-Schwenkflugel-Variante-1-starke-Pfeilung-1-72-Bird-Models-Resin-kit-/251170332973?hash=item3a7aeb212d:m:mWxwnJt1ReWH3QgNb5CoKtA
 

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richard said:
Fake ? The Me 263 is an 1944 design ...

Good notice my dear Richard,

but the book has some misprints,and maybe he meant 1944 (not 1941).
 

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hesham said:
richard said:
Fake ? The Me 263 is an 1944 design ...

Good notice my dear Richard,

but the book has some misprints,and maybe he meant 1944 (not 1941).

It's not a misprint. There were two Me 263s - the 1941 design and the 1944 design. Remember that the 1944 design was called the Ju 248 until Messerschmitt insisted that it be redesignated Me 263.
 

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hesham said:
Thank you my dear Dan.

Makes sense when you think about how the rest of the RLM number block was allocated:
Me 261 long-range aircraft
Me 262 jet fighter
Me 263 Lippisch development of the Me 163 (rather than the later Junkers development of the Me 163 B )
Me 264 bomber
Me 265 heavy fighter/fast bomber
All of them from around that same 1941 period...
 

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Here is British Pathé newsreel footage (circa 1929) of the Lippisch's tailless Storch V (RRG Storch V) which was built by the Rhon-Rossitten Society (Rhön-Rossitten Gesellschaft). Alexander Lippisch appears at the beginning of the film along with famed glider pilot Günther Groenhoff, who pilots the aircraft.

YouTube - British Pathe "The Quaintest Plane Yet (1929)"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6rfcsIikBo
 

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From Aerei Nella Storia 4-5/2002.
 

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From Aero Journal 74.
 

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Hello, I am currently building a Lippisch P.10 on a scale of 1:72. Except for small parts, it is scratch-made. I scaled up the three-sided plan at Heinz J. Nowarra, Die deutsche Luftrüstung 1933-1945, Bernard & Graefe Verlag Koblenz.
Now my question: If the machine had been ready for series production, it would certainly not have been named P.10. Would it have been included in the Messerschmitt series, or would it have been named after Lippisch (similar to FW and Tank) and what number could it have recieved?

Many Thanks,
 

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