Julian Wolkovitch

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Julian Wolkovitch (January 8, 1932 – January 7, 1991) was an engineer who pioneered the modern joined-wing aircraft concept.[1][2] He won the Wright Brothers Medal in 1966 for a paper on control issues in helicopters.


  1. ^ Wolkovitch, J. (1982) Joined wing aircraft, USPTO number 4365773.
  2. ^ Schefter, J. (1986) Diamonds are a Plane's Best Friend, Popular Science, 70-73.

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