The Deltaviex

by Daniel Russ on September 18, 2014

 

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SNASCO, the “Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches Aérospatiales” built the Deltaviex as a supersonic testbed in the 1950s.  They were looking to build a jet that could roll with some other technology than ailerons.

From Multijets.com, my rough translation from French: “The DELTAVIEX made ​​its first flight in 1954 with Robert Fouquet at the command. His experimentatal flight remained secret until November 8, 1956 press. The device was intended to test a roll stabilization device obtained by altering wind flow over the wing”

 

Sources: Multijets.com, wiki, Dreamy Dodo.

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