‘Secret Projects’ describes ultramodern giant planes produced covertly
Publish Date : Monday 26 August 2019 - 16:55
IBNA- The book, ‘Secret Projects: Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft’ by Bill Rose which describes high-tech giant planes produced covertly has been translated into Persian and published.
According to IBNA correspondent, the work has been jointly translated by Saman Hadipour, Yousef Zarif and Hamed Babazadeh and released by Arvan Publishing.
‘Secret Projects: Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft’
is introduced as: “This is an exciting new addition to the highly successful Secret Projects series, which examines some extraordinary flying wings and tailless aircraft projects.
Designed and developed since the dawn of aviation, these aircraft still hold a great importance today, with many aviation enthusiasts eager to learn more about these remarkable aircraft, which provided the foundations for the modern aviation scene.
Beginning with an analysis of the advantages of the flying wing, the author looks at why aerodynamicists have been attracted to this unique configuration since the earliest days of manned flight, highlighting a range of specific aircraft and relevant examples.
Many aviation enthusiasts will delight in discovering the more intimate developmental details of familiar aircraft including the famous early glider Junkers and other World War I flying wing biplane designs."
‘Secret Projects: Flying Wings and Tailless Aircraft’ in Persian has been published in 174 pages and 1100 copies.