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Boeing Hyperdart SR-88 by bagera3005 Boeing Hyperdart SR-88 by bagera3005
Boeing Hyperdart sr-88


Boeing Model 1074-xxx Hypersonic Interceptor

Hypersonic aircraft, both manned and unmanned,
operating in the sensible atmosphere, will be
able to function at speeds up to Mach numbers
of 12. For such vehicles, new propulsion technologies,
control techniques, and fuel handling (cryogenics)
capabilities will be required. Figure 11 presents
essential and enhancing and supporting technologies
for this class of aircraft.

The hypersonic aircraft illustrations (interceptor,
missiles, and a transport) Figures 12
through IS, reflect potential military and civil
vehicle ConceptS. These aircraft would make use
of multicycle propulsion systems for high total
flight envelope efficiency and new materials and
structures to allow high heat loads and low weight
for both airframe and engine. Cruise Mach numbers
of 6 to 8 would he realized with ranges of hundreds
of miles for the interceptors to thousands of miles
for the other aircraft. The propulsion concepts
include airturbo ramjetlrockets and hydrogen erpansion
cyrojets for the lower hypersonic speeds. For
very high speeds, supersonic combustion ramjets, or
"scramjets," would be utilized.

Integration of the airframe and propulsion
system are important for low total vehicle drag
and proper conditioning of the intake air for
propulsion system operation as well as for the
handling of the hot exhaust gases.
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:icontome77:
tome77 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2012
Cool
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BlacktailFA Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012
Interesting... this design evokes the Sanger Orbital Bomber proposal from World War 2, but this one looks more like a "short-hop" (trans-continental ranged, as opposed to global ranged) bomber.

But where are it's weapon stations? There isn't any room for a bomb bay on either side of the engine pod, and the massive suction and thrust basically precludes putting one anywhere else in the fuselage. The topside could work, but dropping a free-falling payload could sever the vertical stabilizer.
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templar127 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012
Another awesome piece of art!
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:icongenesisstar20:
GenesisStar20 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
cool.
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Zenoxen Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
AWSOME!
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:iconthexhs:
TheXHS Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hmm... Engine nacelle very short, as for me - I think it's must be longer
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:iconevaunit4a:
EVAUnit4A Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Lifting speed must be ridiculously high... :O
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Rujero Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very cool. scram jet engines?
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:iconthef-man:
theF-man Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012
A 1 crew supersonic bomber!
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Lord-Inu-Hanyou Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2012
The SR means it's a recon plane.
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