By ed. Samuel Duncan Miller
This moment version of the us Air strength bibliography offers a range of books and periodical literature facing Air strength topics. It updates and expands the unique Annotated Bibliography compiled in 1971 via Carl Berger and Mary Ann Cresswell. It displays the application and recognition of the 1st bibliography not just between students yet between people with a extra basic curiosity in army aviation.
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;Dornier Do 17 & Do 215[Aircraft Profile 164] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название:Dornier Do 17 & Do 215 Автор:J. Richard Smith Серия: plane Profile 164 Издательство: Profile guides Ltd Год издания: 1967 Страниц:16 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: 2. fifty two Мб Качество: низкое Для сайта: Мир книгКак и большинство бомбардировщиков своего времени, разработанных в Германии, Dornier Do 17 создавался как пассажирский.
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The position of the engines and the bombs (drawn oversized) appears to be problematic in regard to obtaining a correct c/g. The signature on the drawing is that of Walter Horten. The earliest general arrangement drawing of the HIX known to the writers. This sketch is different from the later design in having a shorter H IV-style 'bat-tail' and the H Vc-style segmented flat-panel canopy with its fairing extending all the way back to the tail tip. 39 CHARTER THREE A Bomber for England O NLY a few days before the German defeat at the battle for Stalingrad, another event had already marked a turning point in the course of the Second World War.
Reimar was surprised to learn that the fastest aircraft in the world had wings made entirely of wood, just like the Horten gliders. It was encouraging news for the Hortens, despite the fact that their opponent was way ahead with his different Three-view tailless philosophy. Apparently, they had little chance of beating the speed of Lippisch's diminutive aircraft, designed with the least possible parasite drag in mind. Instead, the Hortens' 'pure' flying wing was supposed to have the best lift-to-drag ratio, which was favourable for a longer-range aircraft.
Now the engines protruded through a significant part of the wing surface, necessitating a much more extensive fairing. This in turn allowed reverting to the original 13% wing thickness at the junction with the outer wing panels. Along with the built-in bleed air nozzle cooling system of the Jumo 004B. the flush-mounted steel plates aft of the exhaust were to be cooled by air fed from the lower surface of the wing. To take the greater gross weight, the landing gear and hydraulics of the 8-229 V3 were completely redesigned with a 1015 x 380 mm nose wheel and the double brake 740 x 210 mm main wheels.