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The Northrop XB-35 and YB-35 were experimental heavy bomber aircraft developed by the Northrop Corporation for the United States Army Air Forces during and shortly after World War II. The airplane used the radical and potentially very efficient flying wing design, in which the tail section and fuselage are eliminated and
Northrop YB-35 byl těžký čtyřmotorový bombardér, který pro USAAF (Americké armádní letectvo) během druhé světové války vyvíjela firma Northrop Corporation. Byl to první bombardér,. 4× Pratt & Whitney R-4360 (dva verze R-4360-17 a dva R-4360-21, později byly nahrazeny motory R-4360-45 a -47 o stejném výkonu).
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Notes(1) Also applicable to BAM and YB. (2) Also applicable to BHAM and YBH. Table 3 Tolerances of outer ring width C. Series. Metric. Inch. Tolerance. 0 ∼−0.20. 0 ∼−0.25. B4. 1N=0.102kgf=0.2248lbs. 1mm=0.03937inch. □ Types. Numerous varieties of Shell Type Needle Roller. Bearings are available as shown in
The B-47 was optimized for high-altitude and high-speed flight and, in an era where speed and altitude were becoming the name of the game, the YB-49's thick airfoil could never be maximized for high-speed performance. In the same Discovery Channel documentary, former Air Force Flight Test Center