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Neil Basham, e-mail, 21.04.2020 02:16

One would think that once there was enough altitude & forward momentum, the vertical takeoff rotors would somehow retract or "fold up" into something more aerodynamic. Alternatively, the main rotors may booster both velocity & altitude albeit with much more powerful engines than the smaller rotors which only propel the craft forwards.


Neil Basham, e-mail, 21.04.2020 02:15

These days unfortunately, I feel that the conventional helicopter has been, or is rapidly being replaced by the drone. The "dragon ship" is a prime example.


Shariffin, e-mail, 16.09.2011 11:34

World most beautiful & powerful workhorse.
Now do you have an agent in Malaysia.


Shariffin, e-mail, 16.09.2011 11:31

Brautiful


michael, e-mail, 15.02.2011 21:37

they provide vertical takeoff


Philippe, e-mail, 07.02.2011 01:06

What a huge might have been helicopter. I am not sure that such a unit could flight correctly. But I wish I could find a 1/72 model kit Who said ?


syn, 20.01.2010 10:47

The Ulitimate Blinder


James, 04.05.2009 17:08

Judging from the model, what theoretical speed could be obtained in foward flight?


Nikos J. Farsaris, e-mail, 18.08.2008 21:14

To morko:

Not really! they would provide lift during autorotation! Heavier load for a smaller and stiffer wing. U.S. Cartercopter is a similar concept design!

General comment:
Rather cancelled due to complexity. Soviet Union realy focused in simple designs suitable for mass production.


MYRON, e-mail, 04.05.2008 02:05

Wonder if they ever built any of these and whether (Or) Not they actually had "Flying!" examples?


grouchy, e-mail, 18.03.2008 18:26

Yeah I don't know how well this would fly but it sure looks cool


morko, e-mail, 29.02.2008 11:34

wouldn't that huge vertical rotors only provide drags in cruising flight ?




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