Miles M.26

Miles M.26 was the designation used to cover the family of X-series design proposals, for long-range transport aircraft. The common factors of most X design proposals were the use of a blended wing body and engines buried in the wings, based on principles patented by Nicolas Woyevodsky. A sub-scale prototype of the X.9 proposal was constructed, designated the Miles M.30. Data from: Miles aircraft since 1925 X.2 The X.2 design was first published in Flight in 1938, from work begun in 1936. A projected 300 mph 38-seat transport of about 48,000 lb loaded with 1,000 mile range, it did not use a lifting body fuselage. Initial design powered by four unspecified 900 hp air-cooled Rolls-Royce piston engines. Span 99 ft, gross weight 61,000 lb. Met with a cool reaction by the Air Ministry only netting a paltry £25,000 development contract and a wooden mock-up to Specification 42/37. X.3 A projected six-engined variant. X.4 to X.8 Variants of the X blended wing theme which didn't proceed further than the concept stage, including an eight-engined transatlantic airliner.

X.9 A design for a four-engined transport, submitted to the Ministry of Aircraft Production in Autumn of 1942, powered by four Rolls-Royce Griffon V-12 piston engines and fitted with retractable tricycle undercarriage. X.10 A small twin-engined airliner / transport, following the blended wing concept but with externally mounted engines. X.11 After the Brabazon Committee released the Type I specification for the post-war transatlantic airliner, only to Bristol, F. G. Miles unofficially submitted a design based on the Xseries of blended wing aircraft; the X.11 was to be eight-engined, with high cruising speed, high wing loading and low power loading, seating at least 50 passengers, but was rejected.. X.12 A bomber version of the X.11 X.13 A troop transport version of the X.11 X.14 After rejection of the X.11, Miles was unofficially encouraged to submit a design for a smaller aircraft not competing with the Brabazon specifications, powered by four 2,400 hp Bristol Centaurus radial engines, with a span of 150 ft and gross weight of 120,000 lb ).

This submission was summarily rejected. X. 15 A revised X. 14. Miles M.30 X-Minor sub-scale aerodynamic test-bed / research aircraft for the X.9 project. Data from Miles aircraft since 1925General characteristics Crew: 4? Plus cabin crew Capacity: 100 seats / 12,196 lb Length: 80 ft Wingspan: 116 ft Wing area: 1,485 sq ft Aspect ratio: 9.1 Empty weight: 37,000 lb Gross weight: 76,000 lb Powerplant: 4 × Rolls-Royce Griffon II V-12 liquid-cooled piston engines, 2,000 hp each plusPerformance Cruise speed: 295 mph at 8,000 ft, 275 mph Range: 2,600 mi Wing loading: 51.3 lb/sq ft "The Miles X", Flight, pp. 703–705, 23 December 1943,8088.15.html

Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar

Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar is a 2001 Indian film directed by Priyadarshan. This story of the film is an adaptation of the Mohanlal-starrer movie Sanmanassullavarkku Samadhanam; the film stars Mahima Chaudhry and Paresh Rawal. After the death of his dad, Dayashankar Manorilal Pandey arranges the marriage of his two sisters. In debt, he goes to the city to ask the tenants to leave his house, as he intends to sell it and repay his debts. A Maharashtrian woman, her two daughters, Jyoti and one son, Chotu are living there; when Dayashankar asks them to vacate, they refuse. What results is Dayashankar's hilarious attempts to force them to vacate - from seeking legal advice. Will Dayashankar succeed in his attempts to evict his tenants? Sunil Shetty as Dayashankar Manorilal Pandey Mahima Chaudhry as Saraswati Paresh Rawal as Inspector O. P. Yadav & childhood friend of dayashankar. Usha Nadkarni as Saraswati's Mothe Suhasini Mulay as O. P. Yadav's Sister Sanjay Narvekar as Dayashankar Manorilal Pandey's friend Neeraj Vora as greedy man and owner of juice van.

Saurabh Shukla as Mama Kaanden Geetha Vijayan as Saraswati's co-worker Anjan Srivastav as Sethji Asrani as Chandiramani, Lawyer Nagma Special Appearance Mohanlal Special Appearance Ambika Ranjankar as Dayashankar Manorilal Pandey's sister Two songs gained immense popularity. Pop artist Adnan Sami made his debut into Bollywood with the title song. However, "Mehbooba" from Ajnabee released first; the song "Govinda" was recorded by a dubbing artist and recorded by Alka Yagnik. For reasons unknown, the first few lines of the song are retained with the original uncredited singer's vocals. All lyrics are written by Ibrahim Ashq. Yeh Teraa Ghar Yeh Meraa Ghar on IMDb