Viggen Cockpit. Ref 1 Robothistorical Museum Arboga
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Target robot 02. Was tested at the Kirunabase Vidsel. Look further in the link.
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Robot 02. See link from Vidsel base.
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Swedish robot built with pulse engine. This is a Swedish made robot based on the V1:s, which landed in Sweden (about 14 copies). Note the small prop in front with which the robot counted the revs just to now how far way it had flown. This Robot was also called Lt7 (air torpedo 17).
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Robot 68 Bloodhound. See further the link from Vidselbase.
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Flying bomb. Test robot.
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V-1 robot. See further all links about V1 and/or Fieseler 103. Read also about Gerhard Fieseler in my website about Swedish Air Force Museum page 19 and 23. If you can read German read Fieselers book "Meine Leben unter Himmel". To be find at antique book shops.
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A pulse engine was genius for its time. The engine was constructed at Argus Motoren Werke in Germany. The steering was done by magnetocompass. The altitude by a simple barometer and the flight time (max 300 km) through a small prop. It counted the revs to be able to stop the engine. The top speed was about 640 km/h. Because of this the last model of Spitfire with Griffon engine could speed up beside and disturb the airflow or tip the robot out of course. Earlier Spits with Merlin engine had to wait for opportunity and dive to get them out of course.
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Roboten had two high pressure pots for kompressed air with overpressure of 150 atö. They were connected to the fuel tank and pressed the fuel to the puls engine. This engine type came from a French patent and had been developed at Argus and Peenemünde. The pots för compressed air are a interesting construction. More info in the website of robot  museum.
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Kasett Bantam 52. The same type was developed for sea targets and was named Bantam 53. There were different development models.
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Searobot 315. Equipped with pulse engine. Was aimed for Swedish ships Halland and Småland. Småland is now a museum ship and can be seen in Gothenburg
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SAAB Rb 340. This project was not ended. See also picture from Vidselbase. It has the same serie n:o as passenger air plane SAAB/Fairchild 340.
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Target robot.
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Target robot. I must admit that I don't remember all names.
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Target robot.
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Target robot. Robots for the Swedish attack fighters.
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Sea target robot 15.
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Robot 17 Hellfire. An american model that Bofors changed for use as sea targets.
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Robot 53 Bantam. Bofors Anti Tank missile. They used the letters B-An-Ta-M, in order to get the name. Was also used against sea targets.
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Target robot projekt 301.This was a smal plane that hanged up under in this case J21R.
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A ramjet has no normal driven compressor as a jet engine. Therefore it must be lifted up to a suitable altitude and and given a suitable speed, otherwise the engine could not start. It has no moving parts except the rotor. This is the type that will be used for high speeds.
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Ramjet engine. See former picture. Read about different types of jet engines in the links.
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Robot 69 Redeye. See the link from Norrtälje Lv3. Roll around those nice pictures from robots and guns.
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Robot 56 Bill. Robot 56 was a further development of Rb 53 Bantam. The 56 was first tested 1982. It had the specific way on hitting the tanks on upper side. The place where they are weakest. The robot had thread steering and reached 2000 m. The marksman had to be clever because he guided it all the way. The robot could penetrate 600 mm panzar.
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Target robot. 05. Was used both against target on ground and sea. The fighter Viggen was robot carrier.
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Opened jet engine. Bofors developed a jet engine already 1930 but because of no heat protected metals the engine became very short lived. The project was abandoned. The same problem had Heinkel in Germany.
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Opened jet engine.
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Cockpit Viggen trainer. Visitors could try to fly and land in a link trainer. I assure you it is impossible.
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Cockpit Viggen trainer.
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Cockpit Viggen trainer.
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Bantam including casette. The wings are turned to the sides..
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Bantam 53 for sea targets.
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Bantam
   

Links:  Robot 56 Bill  Robot 68 Bloodhound  Fieseler V1  V1 Flying bomb
About Fieseler Swe. Air Force Museum  Different kind of jet engines 1

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