B-2 stealth bomber

by   12.8k Ichko  7 months ago

A simple man's B2.

IMPORTANT.
The craft has no rudder. No scaled down, no hidden one, so it WILL spin out of control.
It uses engine thrust and control surfaces (just like the real one) to remain leveled. Use the TRIM slider to do so. It is very sensitive, so careful. Group 1 for lights.

A proof of concept more than an actual detailed aircraft.
Landing speed would be around 180 MPH.

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 192.8ft (58.8m)
  • Length 82.7ft (25.2m)
  • Height 23.7ft (7.2m)
  • Empty Weight 75,335lbs (34,171kg)
  • Loaded Weight 82,165lbs (37,269kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.723
  • Wing Loading 25.5lbs/ft2 (124.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 3,218.4ft2 (299.0m2)
  • Drag Points 52766

Parts

  • Number of Parts 99
  • Control Surfaces 6
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    Impressive rudderless plane first ever I think

    7 months ago
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    23.9k BaconRoll

    AWESOME! It actually uses no rudder. Nice. My planes with no rudders use airbrakes for stabilisation

    7 months ago
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    25.1k Kimcotupan15

    Very impressive for the parts count!

    7 months ago
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    4,009 LusKa

    Exelent work.The best B-2 design i've seen in this site

    7 months ago
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    12.8k Ichko

    Before the question starts popping up, I used TRIM because it has a slider as opposed to the Yaw, which, unless you have pedals, will be instantly put to max at the press of a button. Also, the TRIM has a reset button, so there is that.

    7 months ago