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Never noticed before but a turbo-prop (the P-3), with the intake and exhaust ABOVE the wing:
Oh, to answer your question, I Don't know why the engine intake and exhaust are above the wing center line. I do know the aircraft spent a lot of time in the wind tunnel. So, the engine location on the wing was probably the result of the wind tunnel tests. There are a number of the L-188 commercial variant still flying today.
.Never noticed before but a turbo-prop (the P-3), with the intake and exhaust ABOVE the wing:
- Wonder what the design idea was behind that?
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