umairdt said:Agusta/Westland A-129A Mangusta anyone?
Sure is very similar to the purported WZ-10 in that picture.
Wingman said:I resized the WZ-10 and placed it near an Apache to make it easier to compare.
Draw your own conclusions.
Edit: added Tiger
I agree, much like any other helicopter. The blades and rotor head are likely to have a huge RCS even if composites are used, and the vertical tail and right angle interscetion of the horizontal stablizer (forming a "corner reflector") are issues. And the cockpit, sensor pack, gun, external weapons... even if they use RAM, composites etc, it is still not going to be stealthy. But, it is probably not as bad as say the Apache in this regard. If we think about the operating environment of an anti-tank helicopter, stealth is more about hiding, and maybe reducing the RCS so that you are mistaken for a less-threatening type and so not prioritised as a target.Gollevainen said:So you drew that one by yourself? Pretty neat
Anyway, i doupt it is so sthealthy as it appears to be in your model, some sloping in the hull yeas, but at least in the rear section it seems to be bit more conventional