Double-girder plane
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Double-girder plane

Dual-axis plane (double girder) - aircraft with a tail, which is set into two beams, generally parallel to the wings. There are a number of reasons for the constructor, influencing the choice of this particular design:

1. Need to boot from the back door, like the Fairchild C-119 or C-82 Packet.

2. Aircraft design with a pushing propeller or jet type with an engine in the rear (tail) part. Examples are De Havilland 100 or Bell XP-52.

3. Ability to shoot from the rear hemisphere and improve visibility, like the Focke-Wulf 189 Uhu.

4. Aerodynamic optimization for airplanes with two Northrop P-61 or Lockheed P-38 Lighting engines.

5. The two-seater aircraft that was designed and built from 2 copies of already existing copies, like the Messerschmitt Me 609 or the North American F-82 Mustang.

6. Providing additional space for hanging the external load in accordance with Scaled Composites WKT.

7. A simultaneous increase in internal volume and structural stiffness, like the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer or Voyager.

Examples biaxial aircraft: Yak-58, Su-80, Fighter D flying car Terrafugia Transition, M-17, SAAB J21, RQ-7 Shadow, De Havilland 110 Sea Vixen, Adam A500, A700, FMA IA 67 Cordoba, NA OV -10 Bronco, Lockheed P-38 Lightning, Hughes XF-11, Focke-Wulf 189 Uhu.

Classification of aircraft:


А

Administrative plane

Б

Bomber

В
Military transport aircraft

Air carrier

Г
The hybrid airship
Seaplane

Hypersonic aircraft

Д

twin-boom aircraft

И
Fighter

Fighter-bomber

К
counterinsurgency aircraft

Kosmoplan

Л

Flying Submarine

О

The orbital plane

П
Passenger plane
dive-bomber

Generation jet fighter

Р
missile carrier
rocketglider
Reactive plane

Regional aircraft

С
VTOL
Aircraft maintenance
The aircraft short takeoff and landing
Aircraft reconnaissance
Supersonic aircraft
High-speed bomber

Strategic bomber

Т
torpedo-boat

Transport aircraft

У
narrow-body aircraft
Training and combat aircraft

Training aircraft

Ш
wide-body aircraft
attack plane
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