This is why a few of my designs have the junkers flaps.Al Backstrom planned (but I don't think he ever flew) a plank flying wing with elevons that extended beyond the trailing edge of the wing to get more area and authority and therefore reduce the span of the wing washed out when you pull back on the stick. Might be a good idea here....
Sockmonkey, I’m openminded, if you take this model, with a bit less deeper wing and the junkers elevons, what about this config? With the rudder still in the upper airstream as well!
Hmm, if it has the lifting V supports, you could eliminate the fuselage completely and just have them attach to a seat with trike gear coming off it. This would mean using the endplate rudders and the junkers flap for control. Though at the size of this thing, you could get away with a hang-glider type setup.I’m still humming around the plank of Sockmonkey , but to have a lifting V wingsupport instead of a single directional pod , is interessting, no?
even upside down with a sit on the wing fuselage, and an inverted V gives interessting perspectives