Prusso-Egypt proudly presents the Hyperfalcon air dominance fighter, it's first fighter to serve in all air forces of Prussia and Egypt.
About this creation
MANUFACTURER: Lippisch Aviation/Pet-Khaw Inc.
USERS: Prussian Luftwaffe, Royal Egyptian Air Force, Grand Egyptian Navy
POWER: turbofan jet engine with Cliffe/Weagle magnetic thrust vectoring and two-dimensional thrust vectoring nozzles
MAXIMUM SPEED: over mach 3
CREW: one pilot, optional artificial intelligence assistant
ARMAMENT: one 25mm vulcan cannon mounted above right canard root, hardpoints for six multirole missiles, SAAMs, QAAMs, XLAAs, XMAAs, XAGMs, LAGMs, LASMs, FAEBs, SODs, guided bombs, unguided bombs, rocket pods, or any combination of the above
AVIONICS: radar, missile warning system, IFF, fly-by-wire, HUD, look-down-shoot-down capability, artificial intelligence assistant(optional), two-dimensional thrust vectoring, Cliffe/Weagle magnetic thrust vectoring Mk. II using laser cooled fermionic lithium-6 gas
The Hyperfalcon is designed to be a total air superiority fighter.
It is among the most maneuverable fighters in the world today, able to pull off maneuvers the human body can't even handle, thanks to canard foreplanes plus two-dimensional thrust vectoring combined with the controversial Cliffe/Weagle Magnetic Thrust Vectoring.
Magnetic Thrust vectoring works by injecting a ferromagnetic material into the jet engine's combustion chamber. The material is immediately liquefied and mixed in with the thrust, thus magnetizing it. Electromagnets positioned behind the thrust nozzles concentrate the thrust and force it through somewhat small, ceramic-insulated nozzles. The magnets can then rotate and spin to vector the thrust in virtually any direction. Previously, iron pellets were used as a magnetic material. However, with Cliffe/Weagle MTV Mk. II, laser cooled fermionic lithium-6 gas(the only known magnetic gas!) is injected in front of the compression chamber of the engine. It was found that when compressed and mixed with the ordinary air, the lithium-6 gas can retain its magnetism even when burning.
Top scientists are working to find out why this happens. It may have to do with a the compression pressing the spinning electrons closer together, somehow allowing them to protect each other from the heat and ongoing chemical reaction as the lithium-6 burns and turns into different gases. Of more concern is whether we will end up with a bunch of magnetic gas in our atmosphere or not, but this is considered highly unlikely, as the gases will dissipate over time and cease to be magnetized.
Magnetic Thrust Vectoring Developed by myself and A.C. Weagle.
The Hyperfalcon can carry an enormous variety of different types of weapons. Here is the standard loadout of six multi-role missiles.
Here are the two-dimensional thrust vectoring nozzles. They also function as the thrust concentrators for the magnetic thrust vectoring.
Thrust vectored up.
Thrust vectored down.
Thrust vectored right.
Thrust vectored left.
Pulling all Gs possible for a human being using magnetic thrust vectoring combined with two-dimensional thrust vectored up. Turns on a dime. It has become beloved among Egyptian pilots for it's ability to execute any maneuver one can think of. Egyptian air shows are becoming more popular by the minute, and so is the plane itself. It will almost certainly serve Prusso-Egypt for at least a year, probably longer, and hopefully will also serve many other air forces around the globe.
Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Hey Cliffe, did you read my earlier comments?
Yeah! Sorry for the late response, I've had full hands for a while here. I love those decals, but the Franco-Prussian war tunic is off-center and should have only one row of buttons in the center... but oh well, I bet you could make better decals than that!
Quoting Architect of Vonthako
Very formidable-looking fighter/bomber! I really like the MiG-like shape of it, especially the wings. Some of the pictures are slightly blurry, but not enough to be a major problem. Maybe I could design a scaled-up "Eye of Ra" particle beam to mount on this beast?
I don't think that would be realistic, and would thus displease the admins. But, if you ARE looking for work, there is PLENTY you could do for Prusso-Egypt! Make a new thread in a group or something and we'll talk business. :-)
I like it
February 1, 2010
The tailless-ness of it makes it look really good. You should make a new bomber to replace your old one. Or, you could just use my up-and-coming one...As I said before, this is awesome!