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#1 pacific

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Posted 13 February 2003 - 04:50 PM

pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:04
-----------------w---------w----------------
----------------w-----------w---------------
---------------w-------------w--------------
--------------wBBBBBBBBBw-------------
-------------w-----------------w------------
------------w-------------------w-----------
-----------w---------------------w----------

W = wings
over the frontal view.
Two engines VSTOL vectorial omnidirectional thrust in the tail of the engines or bidimensional tilted vectorial thrust in the tail of the engines. The angle between the bidimensional vectorial thrust gives you more agility without less thrust.

The better solutions about agility.

Lifting body like the "Bird of prey" by Boeing.

It's a solution good also for cruise missiles and UAV and spy planes EAW.


pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:29
Ther is a lot of bearing pressure and a lot of agility without use the vectorial thrust.
--------------w---------------------------
-------------w---w-------------------------
------------w-------w-----------------------
-----------w------------wside-lateral/rear
------------w-------w-----------------------
-------------w---w-------------------------
--------------w---------------------------

Wing from the side. It's a short arrow frontal and a long inverted arrow rear.

With or without canards. Your solution inverted wing:



------------wwwwww---------------------
-------------w---------w-------------------
--------------w----------w-----------------
---------------w-----------w---------------
----------------w------------w-------------
-----------------w-------------w-----------
----------------w----------------w---------
---------------w-------------------w-------
bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbplan-rear

Inverted arrow wing

Evaluate the shemes. They are right.

Who will be the first U.S.A., RUSSIA-C.S.I., EUROPE, CHINA?



pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:33
MINE SOLUTION:
The right inverted arrow wing is this.
-------------------w------------more of 90 degree
-----------------w------w-------------------
-------A------w-------------w--------------point A 90degree
-----------------w----------------w---------
-------------------w-------------------w----
---------------------w----------------------w
-----------------------w------------------------w
--------------------w-------------------------------w
---------------w-----------------------------------------w--+/- 120 degree
BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrear

There is difference.

The Better solution inverted wing.

Think about the schemes they are wings plants different from yours (X-29 and S-47).

Evaluate them.


pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:39
It's very hard drawnig in a forum with the posts.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:42
INWARD CANTED WINGS are good for space and shuttels.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:47
My inverted wings have more stability than yours, less frictions and vibrations from the extreme of the wing to the body.
and is more sturdy.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 20:57
Bidimensional vectorial thrust with two engines.
F-22 "RAPTOR"

---------vvvvvvvvvv------------vvvvvvvvvvv--
---------vvvvvvvvvv------------vvvvvvvvvvv--

v are the vectorable +/- 20 degree rear view and are the yours.

MINE:

-------v-------------------------------v----
------v---v-------------------------v---v---
--------v----v-------------------v----v-----
----------v----v----------------v----v------
-------------v---------------------v--------

Mine have a "V" angle to perform a better agility in manouver and to less speed with a +/- 15 or 20 degree vectorable thrust.

Evaluate them.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:01

SINGLE ENGINE VECTORIAL THRUST.
You can use it only on the vertical plan.
But if you could rotate it then it becames omnidirectional vectorial thrust.

It's a simple solution for a simple problem.

Do you remember FREESTYLE and F-35-B?

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:05
I've done the school of the skydivers (STUKAS).
pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:11
To do something better is always necessary a competitor.
and it's always necessary to look to his solutions to look if you're better or not.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:17
I've the better solutions for planes agility old planes or new planes.
Turboshaft, turboprop, tilt-rotors VSTOL.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:19
I'm the best. from MBTs to SHIPS to PLANES and someother.
pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:25
Courses of aeronautical culture with the air force when i were very young with Commander-pilot POCEK.
pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:27
I teach you to fly on the wide space.
pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:36
I avoided an incident thanks to the fortune and the skill of the one with me but he was short of view or very tired.
I remember the net of the end of the airfield in front of the plane.

My legs were very shook when i place my feet on the earth to walk away from the plane.

I love the planes and to fly if i drive the aircraft.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:40
You ask why i said all now.
Because all the planes are made and none has resources to buy(R&D) an other plane or to build it.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:51
Renew the planes beginning from the tail with vectorial omnidirectional thrust if with one engine.
The two engines are a bit hard to renew.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 21:54
The olds with the omnidirectional vectorial thrust are again good and with very good performance (F-16, MIG-21, F-1-CR, GRIPEN,
F-104-S and so on.).
pacific posted 01-20-2003 22:02
-----------------w---------w----------------
----------------w-----------w---------------
---------------w-------------w--------------
--------------wBBBBBBBBBw-------------
-------------w-----------------w------------
------------w-------------------w-----------
-----------w---------------------w----------
frontal view.

Two engines VSTOL vectorial omnidirectional thrust in the tail of the engines or bidimensional tilted vectorial thrust in the tail of the engines. The angle between the bidimensional vectorial thrust gives you more agility without less thrust.

The better solutions about agility.

Lifting body like the "Bird of prey" by Boeing.

It's a solution good also for cruise missiles and UAV and spy planes EAW and SAMs.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 22:06
Like greyhounds out of chain.
pacific posted 01-21-2003 23:09
Bidimensional vectorial thrust with two engines.
F-22 "RAPTOR"

---------vvvvvvvvvv------------vvvvvvvvvvv--
---------vvvvvvvvvv------------vvvvvvvvvvv--

v are the vectorable VIEWED from rear and are the yours.

MINE:

-------v-------------------------------v----
------v---v-------------------------v---v---
--------v----v-------------------v----v-----
----------v----v----------------v----v------
-------------v---------------------v--------

Mine have a "V" angle to perform a better agility in manouver and to less speed.

Evaluate them.

SINGLE ENGINE VECTORIAL THRUST.

You can use it only on the vertical plan +/- 15/20 degree.
But if you could rotate it then it becames omnidirectional vectorial thrust.

It's a simple solution for a simple problem.

Do you remember FREESTYLE and F-35-B?

The freestyle system rotate to be STOVL.

I say rotate to perfom best performance in manouvers with more or less speed.

It's simple and it can upgrade many old single engines planes. (F-16, F-1-CR, MIRAGE-2000, MIG-21, F-104 S, GRIPEN, and so on)

Better agility in all the range of speeds and manouvers.

pacific posted 01-22-2003 22:56
TAIL
-----------------T----------------T---------
-----------------T----------------T---------
-----------------Twwwwwww-T---------
---------------T--------------------T-------
-------------T------------------------T-----
-----------T----------------------------T---
---------------------BBBBBB------------
Tail rear view
B body

Better performance for tilt rotors and not only.

pacific posted 01-22-2003 23:21
TAIL
-----------------T-------------
-----------------T-------------
-----------------Twwwwww
---------------T-----bbbbbb
-------------T-------bbbbbb
-----------T---------bbbbbb
---------------------BBBBBB
Tail left side rear view
B body
Better performance for tilt rotors and not only.



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#2 pacific

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Posted 13 February 2003 - 05:02 PM

pacific posted 01-11-2003 14:04

It' s the better solution if you use push propfan with vectorial thrust.
ESTOL LIFT-BODY and wing box solution.

pacific posted 01-11-2003 14:57

Wings like rhombs/rhombe.
Airplanes like hexagons.

Frontal view.

Canard if necessary.


---------------WEEEWWEEEW-------
--------------W---S-------S---W------
-------------W-----S-----S-----W-----
------------W------BBBBB------W----
-----------W-------BBBBB-------W---
----------W--------BBBBB--------W--
---------W---------BBBBB---------W-
--------W----------BBBBB----------W
---------W---------BBBBB---------W-
----------W--------BBBBB--------W--
-----------W-------BBBBB-------W---
------------W------BBBBB------W----
-------------W-----BBBBB-----W-----
--------------W----BBBBB----W------
---------------W---BBBBB---W-------
----------------W--BBBBB--W--------
-----------------W-BBBBB-W---------
------------------WBBBBBW----------
-------------------C--------C-----------
------------------C----------C----------
-----------------------------------
Frontal shape view. C=canard; B=body; W=WING; E=engine

pacific posted 01-11-2003 21:30
Wrong but always frontal view:
--------------------------------
--------------------------------
-WWWWWWWWWWWWWW-
-W--------------------------------W-
-W--------------------------------W-
-W----------BBBBBBB-----------W-
-W----------BBBBBBB-----------W-
-WWWWWWWWWWWWWW-
--------------------------------
Why is this wrong?
Because the wings, The horizontal wings flex and the wings transmit the vibrations and the vibrations amplify. And the wings crashes.

pacific posted 01-11-2003 21:36

You make to flow the strenght, you not oppose resistance to the strenght. To oppose resistance to the strenght is always one game lost.

pacific posted 01-11-2003 21:44

"V" positive and "V" negative
to combine on the horizontal plan and to converge on the vertical plan.
joined and convergent.
jointes et convergentes.

pacific posted 01-12-2003 12:29

early '90s.



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Posted 13 February 2003 - 05:18 PM

pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:23
the future I cannot not send to yu the drawning. It's tailess.
pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:25

Could you make a drawning by yourself?

pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:28

It's naturally stealth and with a high agility and a good bearing pressure.
Ipermanouvrability is not a play/game.
I play it better than everyone in the planet.
I drawning planes from about 40 years.


pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:40

-------------W---W--------------
------------W-----W-------------
-----------W-------W------------
----------WBBBBBBW-----------
---------W-----------W----------
--------W-------------W---------

-----------------W---------------
----------------W----W-----------
---------------W---------W-------
--------------W--------------W---
------<<<BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB rear
--------------W--------------W---
---------------W---------W-------
----------------W-----W----------
-----------------W---------------

Frontal view and lateral view.


Nice nite to you all in weat and in east.


pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:42
posted 01-05-2003 01:40
-------------W---W--------------
------------W-----W-------------
-----------W-------W------------
----------WBBBBBBW-----------
---------W-----------W----------
--------W-------------W---------

-----------------W---------------
----------------W----W-----------
---------------W---------W-------
--------------W--------------W---
------<<<BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB--rear
--------------W--------------W---
---------------W---------W-------
----------------W-----W----------
-----------------W---------------

Frontal view and lateral view.


Nice nite to you all in weat and in east.


pacific posted 01-05-2003 01:55
-------------W---W--------------
------------W-----W-------------
-----------W-------W------------
----------WBBBBBBW-----------
---------W-----------W----------
--------W-------------W---------
-----------------W---------------
----------------WWWWWW-----------
---------------WWWWWWWWWWW-------
--------------WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW---
-------<<<<BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB-REAR
Frontal view and lateral view.

Nice nite to you all in west and in east.

pacific posted 01-05-2003 03:07
Dahdahwat
Mythical animals who appear in dreams, visions, and temporal reality and have the ability to take on many forms.

[Northeast Woodlands, Seneca]

ARCHEOLOGIST posted 01-05-2003 08:43
They take on many forms
and provide with guidance and instructions
to life.

They come in visions and out of body jorneys
into the past and the future.

pacific posted 01-05-2003 15:08

High performance (velocity and agility) with high stable/firm/stablity to the top high velocity over mach 2.5 to every heights.
This is all from the drawning.


pacific posted 01-05-2003 15:18
Commercial:

---------------OwwwO------------
--------------W--------W-----------
-------------W----------W----------
------------W-------------W---------
-----------O----BBBBB----O--------
------------W---BBBBB---W---------
-------------W--BBBBB--W----------
--------------W-BBBBB-W-----------
---------------WBBBBBW------------

Frontal view wing box W= wings
B=body O= over engines
O= below conjunctions (middle)

STOL or ESTOL Vectorial trust of the engines +0/-20 degree.

pacific posted 01-05-2003 15:20

Now You use your science and your fantasy to drawning they.

pacific posted 01-05-2003 15:25
Commercial
tilt the wings toward the conjunction

they are convergents and conjuncted(CONJOINT).

Engines on the tail (prop fan push).

pacific posted 01-05-2003 15:50

The conventional ones are to the end of the development. It's necessary explore new configuratons to perform a more high level of safety, velocity, agility, and every kind of better performance both in commercial and not.

pacific posted 01-05-2003 17:03
drawnings
pacific posted 01-05-2003 17:04

Technical drawnings and little mock-up.

pacific posted 01-06-2003 11:03

Drawnings are a good therapy against the stress of modern way of life.

pacific posted 01-07-2003 20:44

Vectorial push propfan +/-20 or +/- 45 degree (propellers)
They are more simple than the vectorial jets/turbofan.







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#4 Panzer

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Posted 14 February 2003 - 07:59 AM

Thats pretty impressive Pacific :)
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Posted 14 February 2003 - 05:18 PM

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Posted 14 February 2003 - 05:29 PM

Do you love the DELTA DAGGERS or the MIRAGES?:)

You have trasformed your DELTA DAGGER/MIRAGE/KFIR in a F-22 RAPTOR.

The old F-15 is like a F-22 RAPTOR less or more.:D

The SU-37 is like the F-22 less or more.:cool:
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Posted 14 February 2003 - 08:40 PM

BUMP
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Posted 14 February 2003 - 09:11 PM

The inward H planes.

pacific posted 01-20-2003 22:02
-----------------w---------w----------------
----------------w-----------w---------------
---------------w-------------w--------------
--------------wBBBBBBBBBw-------------
-------------w-----------------w------------
------------w-------------------w-----------
-----------w---------------------w----------
frontal view.
:cool:

It's the better and the most agile configuration of all the times with or without vectorable thrust.
:cool:

B = Lifting Body
W= Tilted wings
It doesn't need the tail with or without vectorable thrust.
:cool:
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Posted 20 February 2003 - 08:32 PM

I don't replay/copy the design of other people or companies.

Mine are originally generated by my mind on my own.

:cool:

I'm the best beast of the airspace world and not only.

I'm over the top.

:cool:
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Posted 23 May 2003 - 08:25 PM

. Dovesti cercare di individuare, magari con l'aiuto di un centro per l'orientamente professionale, quello che a te piacerebbe fare. Ma ? anche possibile che tu ti senta inadeguata a prescindere dal luogo nel quale lavori. In tal caso avresti bisogno, forse, di un sostegno psicologico che ti insegni la famosa autostima. Mi piacereebbe, comunque, sentire in proposito anche il parere degli amici del forum. Aspetto di risentirti :P
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Posted 23 May 2003 - 09:33 PM

La vita e' bella nonostante ..........qualche volta venga voglia di scendere in cantina dove tengo gli atrezzi.
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Posted 23 May 2003 - 10:30 PM

Compared2What

Might be out of context your dissed.
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Posted 23 May 2003 - 11:01 PM

Better pissed that dissed I guess!
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Posted 26 December 2003 - 07:29 PM

La ricerca di forme stealth parte da poche semplici considerazioni che devono tenere conto delle esigenze di copertura di posizioni che non potranno mai essere stealth.
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Posted 11 January 2007 - 05:46 PM

:scrollhah
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Posted 31 July 2007 - 05:15 PM

:disagree:
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