Heinkel He 319 A-0

by   4,927 Leehopard (based on bskngshrk's 1940s AIRCRAFT CHALLENGE [CLOSED, WINNERS ANNOUNCED ON FORUM])  6 months ago

This is my second challenge entry.
1940s Fictional German Naval torpedo bomber.

Fully functioning torpedoes - Drop under 400mph/300fts.
Please have fun!

AG 1 : Boost engine
AG 2 : Drop left torpedo
AG 3 : Drop right torpedo
AG 4 : Navigation/instrument panel lights

AG 6 + VTOL down : Arresting hook
AG 7 + VTOL down : Fold wings

VTOL : Flaps

Spotlights

General Characteristics

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.305
  • Wing Loading 31.6lbs/ft2 (154.1kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 564.6ft2 (52.5m2)
  • Drag Points 8705

Parts

  • Number of Parts 264
  • Control Surfaces 18
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    4,927 Leehopard

    @NutmegThunder81 I think it's about torpedo's prop overspeed problem
    keep throttle least 1%

    one month ago
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    It blows up when taking off

    one month ago
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    404-
    Something went wrong!

    This plane explodes when trying to get off the ground!

    5 months ago
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    I must build a naval bomber, too. Seriously, I should really build one.
    Well, off to the workbench I guess :)

    Btw, I like this.

    6 months ago
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    This plane is awesome!!!

    6 months ago
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    16.4k TTHHSSSS

    Wow!

    6 months ago
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    10.5k Dimkal

    Excellent piece of engineering! Nice details and smart design! I like it a lot!

    6 months ago
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    2,104 mixy123

    We found the winner already?

    6 months ago
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    13.0k ChiChiWerx

    Very cool! The past few days haven't been good for original, nice-looking builds, but yours breaks the drought. I can imagine, though, that Heinkel would have had a nightmare of a time trying to incorporate those props into the booms that way...I can see the Allied news headlines: "Nazi torpedo bomber's tail separates in flight...take that Adolf!"

    6 months ago
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    Very nice job!

    6 months ago
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    8,076 vonhubert

    Totally like the design

    6 months ago
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    Sweet

    6 months ago
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    32.2k Treadmill103

    Awesome!

    6 months ago
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    18.9k Weaverfish

    Sick dude. I love how this is so well thought out for a naval bomber - something the Germans never really had.

    I recommend you setup a genuine torpedo sighting system for this. The torpedoes are super slow - but if you setup a system and say 'release the torpedo while approaching ship at its side, at a distance of 1 mile, 400m height at correct speed' and then attach an indicator on the gunsight... You'd be able to hit it every time you setup an attack run.

    6 months ago
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    27.3k bskngshrk

    Well this looks amazing.

    6 months ago