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Wilhelm Langguth`s Tailless Airplane

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Hello guys :),

just found this on Wilhelm Langguth, a free-lance engineer and inventor, later to be employed by Arado. In the late 20`s, early 30`s he filed a patent on a flying wing. See here:

http://www.google.com/patents?id=z0A_AAAAEBAJ&dq=wilhelm+langguth+tailless+airplane

also here, with a better drawing:
http://www.twitt.org/PreBurnelliPatents.html
 

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Great Hesham!! Could you please state your source?
 

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Wurger said:
Great Hesham!! Could you please state your source?


My dear Wurger,


in the same reply,and it was Richard's source.
 

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Hi,

I think it's not a proper section to this beast,specially after we
found in Onera Archive,it means that it was a real Project ?.
 
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I think it's not a proper section to this beast,specially after we found in Onera Archive,it means
that it was a real Project ?.

Please Moderator,I think it was a real Project,so we can transfer it.

And also from that site;

 

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Hi,

I think those designs was real one,and we should transfer
it to a proper section,also he had a smaller airplane,which
he created it as I think.
 

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Hi,

I think those designs was real one,and we should transfer
it to a proper section,also he had a smaller airplane,which
he created it as I think.
Indeed Hesham, a real aircraft built by the "Soldenhoff-Langguth & Friedmann Flugzeigbau": The LF-5
The "Auto-vélo" and "Les Ailes" magazines both named it "Soldenhoff-Langguth".
This aircraft was presented in July 1929 at the London's Olympia Aero-Shown.
Extracts from "Die Flugzeuge des Alexander Soldenhoff" by Günter Frost
 

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