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Republic F-84 Thunderjet / F-84F Thunderstreak

fighter-planes.com [cached]

In 1944, Republic Aviation's chief designer, Alexander Kartveli, began working on a turbojet-powered replacement for the P-47 Thunderbolt piston-engined fighter.
The initial attempts to redesign the P-47 to accommodate a jet engine proved futile due to the large cross-section of the early centrifugal compressor turbojets. Instead, Kartveli and his team designed a brand-new aircraft with a streamlined fuselage largely occupied by an axial compressor turbojet engine and fuel stored in rather thick unswept wings.


Flying Heritage Collection - Republic P-47D Thunderbolt

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Alexander Kartveli, Republic Aviation's chief designer, prepared a rough sketch of a new fighter with the most powerful Pratt & Whitney engine ever developed, along with eight .50-caliber machine guns and heavy armor.


Eastern Suburbs Scale Modelling Club Roger Trewenack's 1/12 Tamiya Elf Tyrrell P34

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In 1944, Republic Aviation's chief designer, Alexander Kartveli, began working on a turbojet-powered replacement for the P-47 Thunderbolt piston-engined fighter.
The initial attempts to redesign the P-47 to accommodate a jet engine proved futile due to the large cross-section of the early centrifugal compressor turbojets. Instead, Kartveli and his team designed a brand-new aircraft with a streamlined fuselage largely occupied by an axial compressor turbojet engine and fuel stored in rather thick unswept wings.[1]


Eastern Suburbs Scale Modelling Club Roger Trewenack's 1/12 Tamiya Elf Tyrrell P34

www.essmc.org.au [cached]

Alexander Kartveli
Designer In 1944, Republic Aviation's chief designer, Alexander Kartveli, began working on a turbojet-powered replacement for the P-47 Thunderbolt piston-engined fighter. The initial attempts to redesign the P-47 to accommodate a jet engine proved futile due to the large cross-section of the early centrifugal compressor turbojets. Instead, Kartveli and his team designed a brand-new aircraft with a streamlined fuselage largely occupied by an axial compressor turbojet engine and fuel stored in rather thick unswept wings.[1]


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Designed under the inspired aeronautical tutelage of Alexander Kartveli, Republic Aircraft's chief engineer, the F-105 Thunderchief, better known by its affectionate nickname 'Thud,' bore Kartveli's developmental trademarks-speed, size and power.


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