Cayleys aerial carriage Design for an aerial carriage published in by the British engineer George Cayley This is a biplane convertiplane using a set of four rotating blades for vertical lift that could be converted into fixed wings for forward flight and two propellers Cayleys main work though was on his gliders In around he built and flew a large unmanned glider thought to be the first heavierthanair machine ever flown Much later in his coachman flew one of his gliders across a valley in what was the first manned glider flight Diagram from Mechanics Magazine
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