Blended Wing Body Aircraft and futuristic aircraft design from past and present

The recent testing of the NASA's wind tunnel confirmed what many eccentric aircraft and aviation engineers have been saying for decades. And this is a mixed wing aircraft that is as much as 30% more efficient due to lower coefficient of withdrawal. Some think that the flywheel concept is something new and innovative, but in the review we find drawings and prototypes that are going on for decades. And some very old things, dating back to World War II and Jack Northrope. And if you really want to be cunning and call the question of flyer efficiency and the earliest designs here is one that will throw you on the loop; The Egyptians had pictures of what looked like flying winged airplanes on their walls.

Maybe this idea is not really NEW really. The mixed wings have a lot of worries. If you look at a boomerang, or look at a flat object, they go down the road. And let's not forget the problems with the ports that can occur, especially flying in the atmosphere with micro noise, thunder storms and near airports with lots of turbulence. Fortunately, we have learned so much from the flying wings of the '50s and' 60s and the present B-2 Bombaes as well as that we are able to really take that knowledge and do better now. For example, airplanes flying on planes, like this, remind us of a digitally improved image of a flying wing of an aircraft;

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The flying wing has many other neat aspects for him. So many wings are safe to play well for the swirling swing to lift and use. Someone would think that many who shape these things are missing in other possible aspects. For example, draw the vector nozzles pressed directly beneath the cg at the top of the wings and place the aircraft at a high angle of attack of 35-40 degrees, then put the energy against the CG pushing it to the top of the wings instead of the thrust pushing it from the bottom of the wings like most designs shows. You can have extremely short snaps and very effective ups and downs. Ascending rates would also significantly maintain noise far beyond sensitive airports around the airports.

Another problem is that people like to look out of the aircraft so it might be wise for passenger airplanes where the traveler drifted into the abdomen of the wings with windows now playing virtual or increased reality on the cabin walls outside on huge screens so that the passengers you felt as if you were sitting on the clouds and so pleasing to people, as all people look like Closter's fatal effect and to combine it with airborne illness would not be so good. Think about this.



Source by Lance Winslow