I’ve done some research on this topic for awhile now, but I’m not exactly sure how to go about it. I’ve heard and read that on some World War Two aircraft had fabric covered fuselages, such as the Hawker Hurricane. The Mosquito aircraft was made of plywood and covered with fabric entirely. My primary concern is how the fabric will hold up and interfere with the yaw compared to metal, and I’m also occupied with costs, repair, and maintenance. This question might seem vague to some, but control surfaces are essential to performing maneuvers and controling pitch, yaw, and roll.
The aircraft speeds expected from the V8 engine are a top cruise speed of 193 knots and an economy speed of 170 knots. The rudder situation is an H-tail configuration, single engine powering a four bladed propeller. The aircraft wing is elliptical, in which the wing extends straight out for six ribs, then slants upwards at an angle of 15 degrees. Landing gear is retractable, taildragger configuration. Flaps are plain with a deflection full deflection of 45.