I think it's worth clarifying what I see in this sketch. here it is again:AAAdrone said:For the canards I see what might just be a mistake in sketching the aircraft's nose and a last minute correction being added in. For yaw I think there might be some use for those two tiny little rudder-type protrusions on the aft end but they don't look like they're far enough away from the Cg nor are they large enough in area to really do anything for yaw stability or control. It also looks like it was partially erased by the artist hinting that it was a mistake. One other thing that I see is that it has leading edge slats but no trailing edge flaps. IMO this is one heck of an unrefined sketch.
Please Moderator,I want to solve this problem,Blackkite always intend deliberately to repeatblackkite said:Hi! "Polikarpov's "Bombings". NB and BB. USSR, 1943-44
No, this is not VIT-1. This is a project named DR (Dalniy Razvedchik - long-range reconnaissance), designed in November 1938, based on the VIT-2 but with M-88 radial engines.From Kryl'ya Rodine 5-6/2019,
the VIT-1 original drawing