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One that has been recently under development is the DevilRay, which has some interesting design with its down-curled wingtips. These propeller-driven flying wings use some sort of “inverse capped helix winglets” that somehow take advantage of the wingtip wind vortexes that form during flight, and can somehow provide stabilization.
Originally posted by waynos
The Baynes Bat was an experimental glider of the Second World War, designed by L.E. Baynes. It was used to test the tailless design that he had suggested as a means to convert tanks into temporary gliders so they could be flown into battle.
Originally posted by baddmove
Not sure what it's called or even if it can fly.....
Originally posted by FredT
Time to wade in
First one is easy.