Discussion in 'Worldbuilding' started by DonMegel, Sep 10, 2006.
Unless your in the gunship or ground attack plane :-D
Unless its a helicopter or some sort of plane that generates a constant upward force, meaning if it uses an airfoil to generate an upward force, there is ALWAYS a stall speed. The A-10 Warthog has a stall speed....A Osprey was one as well....unless its engines are pulling directly up.
A funny one is always this - the U-2 Spyplane is a bit of a touchy one at high altitiudes - if you need to manuever that is...simply because, at such high of an altitude, and low pressure, the stall speed of any airplane is higher. At the same the maximum speed, or critialcal speed is much lower...meaning the two approach eachother. Its bad enough when they get very close when you're flying straight...however, when you turn, that's worse. The one wing, to the side you are turning too is moving slower, approaching stall speed. The wing that is moving a greater distance is now moving faster and can tear itself apart. Fun, huh?
wow. that must be pant moisening stuff.
I think it will be something like this.
let me guess this is going to be the bomer? (Plase? )
http://homepages.wmich.edu/~w5gatewood/B2 Stealth Bomber.jpg
Now does that look NF to you? I dont think so, the NF get gigantic bomber which shall be named the "Thor" in honor of the BSID wep reballencing efforts.
I prefer the fan grills on the MK3, but the MK4 is awesome too. Any in-game shots for size comparison?
P.S. This should be wiki-ized too.
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