posted on Jan, 3 2006 @ 05:06 AM
Finaly I found description of my proposals:
ATS-1: The last third of wing has in its standard position angle 45 degrees for so called compression lift. Conical body underneath the center
of a wing would push the air to the side, increasing pressure under the wing section, thereby increasing lift with far less drag than simply
increasing the size of the wing itself. During slow speed, take off and landing it has angle 0 degrees for maximal lift and it can use mechanized
leading edge. Position at 75 degrees is ideal for close air combat, when it can be used as ruddervator and manoeuvre jet nozzle can help with radical
Jet manoevring system consist of air intake under fuselage next to front gear leg, electricaly or fuel powered fan, air flow splitter and jet nozzles.
It weights more than standard manoevring surfaces, but it is more stealthy and can operate independently on aircrafts speed.
ATS-2: It has many maneuvring surfaces for better control, some degree of primitive thrust vectoring and separable cockpit for crew and also
expensive avionics. Fuel is carried in center of the gravity so no transfer system will be needed. We can also easilly move center of the gravity by
resizing sectors between cockpit and fuel tanks and between fuel tanks and engine. The full-glass cockpit (made from plastic, not glass) will be
difficult to manufacture, but the flight in it.....