After watching the russian prototype called "Tarielka" and wanted to find some information about the design and some characteristics.
The idea that this prototype is a jet aircraft as the documentary said (unfortunately I can not remember on what channel it was shown) is a little
difficult to accept because the design from the craft is very different from the traditional airplanes, and it does not seem to have any wings. Does
not this reduce the lift needed to be generated to get a flight. And if it somehow is aerodynamicly more efficient than the traditional planes then
what about the engines they need a hole to get air in the turbines. But the holes in the Tarielka design are at the rear where is the "jet exhaust"
not in front.
Wouldn't be better if they were in front. From that I can say that this is not a jet powered. But maybe I can be mistaken. I am not expert in
aeronautics and jet propulsion.
If anyone has some info about this design(Tarielka) please share it because I could not find much information on google.
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