“The flight dynamics sections confirms that the pterosaur is an exceedingly effective aerodynamic drag-reduced system, using forward swept wing technologies.
Maximum lift forces occur in the midsection of the animalâ€™s wing surface area. Camber is correlated, along with the swept wing technology, to the Russian SU-37/47 (NATO Designation: BERKUT) all aspect, all weather advanced, stealth fighter.
The SU37/47 Russian fighter also utilizes extremely highly maneuverable flight control surfaces which is in direct correlation to the pterosaurâ€™s pteroid section, extended camber forward flap and the aft variable wing-leg sections.
Both â€œfightersâ€ function in 6 degrees-of-freedom (6-DOF) turning in any axis (x,y,z) and any angle (Ï,Î¸,Ï†) simultaneously. Each leg is capable of independent adjustment in direct correlation to the SU-37/47â€™s rear, independent horizontal stabilization system.
When used in conjunction with the pteroid-camber section the pterosaur is capable of severe angles-of-attack on approach-to-target and in mid-flight operations. Like the SU-37/47 Russian system, and the American F-22 Advanced Stealth Fighter, the pterosaur is then fully capable of applying totally independent, variable control surfaces.Â
Also the head crest is the animalâ€™s advanced rudder-optics section and, like the rest of this advanced â€œbird-of-preyâ€, operates independently or in coupled fashion, as the mission requires, with the rest of the sophisticated control surfaces distributed throughout the advanced engineered system.