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;Convair B-58 Hustler: The World's First Supersonic Bomber (Aerofax) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: Convair B-58 Hustler: The World's First Supersonic Bomber (Aerofax)Автор: Jay MillerИздательство: Midland PublishingISBN: 1857800583Год: 2001Страниц: 152Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 134.75МБЯзык: английскийThis publication takes a retrospective in-depth examine this important plane, from layout experiences via improvement and its relatively brief provider lifestyles, to retirement. It contains designated technical descriptions of the development plus requisites and function, that are sponsored up with drawings and precise illustrations.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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Gen. Boyd wrote to Maj .. Gen. C. S. Irvine that the entire'matter had been of great concern to the WADC since Convair was conducting the Detailed Phase I design on the basis of the ARDC's proposed characteristics specification. Unfortunately, though there was an attempt to clarify the matter once and for all, it was not until the end of 1953 that a firm set of specifications were formulated. Earlier, in January, 1953, fhe AF had asked the WADC about its B-58 program plans. The WADC presented a schedule which called for the completion of the first production aircraft in January, 1956.
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RAOAR CREW COMPARTMENT FUEL TAIL TURRET Two early MX-1964/XB-58 studies which were to reach the full-scale mock-up stage before being discarded in favor of the more suitable split nacelle configuration eventually built. The earlier study is on the left. Both configurations are shown photographically elsewhere in this chapter. engines.
Convair engineers were to evaluate the various courses and inform the WADC of their impact on program scheduling and costs; also, the contractor was to determine the probable magnitude of the project if the changes were not approved prior to December 1,1954. For its part, the WADC was committed to the December 1 date for making firm recommendations to the ARDC. Col. Damberg deemed it advisable to postpone the mock-up, but thought it possible to resolve the program problems before the December deadline.
Convair B-58 Hustler: The World's First Supersonic Bomber by Jay Miller