The Russian EKIP/Tarielka.

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 The Russian EKIP/Tarielka.

The ECIP, or Tarielka

The ECIP, or Tarielka as it is affectionately known, is based of the aerodynamic hunch that a single flying wing is more efficient than today’s aircraft. Designer Lev Shukin and engineer Alexander Sobko have minimized all external structures leaving only stubby wings and fins for control. Even the engines have been moved inside the cabin to keep the craft as streamlined as possible. The shape of the fuselage provides 80% of the lift. Jet intakes suck air that is then blasted out the back to provide thrust or downward like a hovercraft to create a cushion of air which does away with the need for landing gear. Scale prototypes have flown some what erratically, but have performed well enough to prove for the refinement of the ECIP to continue.

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2 thoughts on “The Russian EKIP/Tarielka.

  1. Hi Quarksire, Thank you. I’ve enjoyed researching all things about Russia as you can see. It’s a big country with lots of history, misconceptions and the like.

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