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EH001 Business Jet

As a car and design enthusiast, I am equally passionate about aviation. Growing up in the military housing of the Turkish Air Force's 1st Main Jet Base Command in Eskisehir, Turkey between 1986-1996, I had the privilege of witnessing fighter jets flying overhead daily and watching pilots undergo high-G training on centrifuges and other simulators, thanks to my father who was an Air Force Major. I have always kept up with the latest technology news related to military and civil aviation, and I decided to put my design skills to the test by creating a concept aircraft in 3D. My vision was for it to have the longest, widest, and tallest cabin with luxurious living areas for 21 passengers and 4 crew members. To enhance maneuverability and stabilization at all speeds (maximum speed of Mach 0.925/956 km/h and maximum range of 16,000 km), I incorporated vertical twin stabilizers on the tail, front wings on the fighter-jet-like nose cone, and rudders on the wingtips. The tail bodywork houses next-generation hybrid twin-jet engines, while the lightweight, durable, and energy-efficient body surfaces are made of all-carbon fiber composite material. Additionally, the aircraft is capable of fully autonomous flights. I modeled this design on 3dsMax in just three days and tested the aviation rendering capabilities of Keyshot. This project is dedicated to my inspirations and the pioneers of aviation in Turkey, including Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Sabiha Gökçen, and Vecihi Hürkuş, as it is my first ever aircraft design.

Exterior concept design / 3D polygon modelling / Visualization - Emre Husmen - 2020

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