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Reply #33 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:11pm

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WACO SRE
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Role -Four-seat cabin biplane

National origin
United States

Manufacturer
Waco Aircraft Company

First flight
1939

Introduction
1940

Status
some still flying in 2011

Primary user
private owner pilots

Produced
1939–1942

Number built
30 [1]

Unit cost

$18,000 (SRE)


Developed from
Waco C series[2]

The Waco E series is a small family of American-built cabin biplanes built between 1939 and 1942, which differed primarily by engine installation.

Development and design

The E series was the final development of the prewar Waco line of biplane designs. A full four-seater, it had the best performance of any of the Wacos. First flown in 1939, it had a much slimmer and more streamlined fuselage than earlier Waco C and S models and heavily staggered unequal-span parallel-chord wings with rounded tips. Wings were plywood-skinned, and also had wire cross-bracing between the wings in place of the solid struts used on previous models.[3]

Engines varied in power from 285 to 450 hp (213 to 336 kW), giving the E series a high cruising speed for the period of up to 195 mph (314 km/h).[4] Production ceased in 1942. Note: the Waco GXE of 1929/30 was an unrelated biplane design with non-staggered wings
 

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Reply #32 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:10pm

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UDET U-12a
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Flying replica in the Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany. This example has a Sh 14 engine, a later, more powerful version of the Siemens-Halske engines fitted to original U 12s.

Role
Civil trainer aircraft

Manufacturer
Udet Flugzeugbau, BFW and others under licence

Designer
Hans Herrmann

First flight
1925

Number built
ca. 300

The Udet U 12 Flamingo was an aerobatic sports plane and trainer aircraft developed in Germany in the mid-1920s.

Design and development

The U 12 was a conventional, single-bay biplane of wooden construction with the wings braced by large I-struts. The pilot and instructor or passenger sat in tandem, open cockpits. The U 12 proved extremely popular and sold well, due in no small part to Ernst Udet's spectacular aerobatics routines while flying the aircraft. One particularly acclaimed part of his act included swooping down towards the airfield and picking up a handkerchief with the tip of one wing.[1] The popularity of this aircraft was insufficient to rescue Udet Flugzeugbau from its dire financial position, but when the company's assets were taken over by the state of Bavaria to form BFW, production of the U 12 soon resumed in earnest.
 


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Reply #31 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:08pm

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STALHWERK MARK MS-11B
 

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Reply #30 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:05pm

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SE 5 Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5
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Role
Single-seat fighter

Manufacturer
various (see text)

Designer
Henry Folland / John Kenworthy

First flight
22 November 1916

Introduction
March 1917

Primary users
Royal Flying Corps
United States Army Air Service
Royal Australian Air Force
Royal Canadian Air Force

Number built
5,205[1]

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War.

The first examples reached the Western Front before the Sopwith Camel. Although it had a much better overall performance than the Camel, problems with its Hispano-Suiza engine, particularly the geared-output H-S 8B-powered early versions (mostly using four-blade propellers), meant that there was a chronic shortage of S.E.5s until well into 1918 and fewer squadrons were equipped with the S.E.5 than with the Sopwith fighter. Together with the Camel, the S.E.5 was instrumental in regaining allied air superiority in mid-1917 and maintaining it for the rest of the war, ensuring there was no repetition of "Bloody April" 1917 when losses in the Royal Flying Corps were much heavier than in the Luftstreitkräfte.
 

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Reply #29 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:03pm

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MORANE-SAULNIER MS-50C Morane-Saulnier MoS-50
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Morane-Saulnier MS 50C (MS-52) K-SIM 02.jpg
Morane-Saulnier MS 50C at Aviation Museum of Central Finland

Role
Trainer aircraft

Manufacturer
Morane-Saulnier

Introduction
1924

Retired
1930s

Primary users: French Air Force, Finnish Air Force, Turkish Air Force

Morane-Saulnier MoS-50 (also MS.50) was a French trainer aircraft of parasol type from 1924. The twin-seat monoplane aircraft was of wooden construction. It was one of the last aircraft to have a rotary engine - a 130 hp Clerget 9B.

In 1925, six MS.50Cs were sold to Finland, where they were used as trainers until 1932. It was very popular in service. Five aircraft of the modified type MS.53 were sold to Turkey.

Versions:
Morane-Saulier M.S.50Two-seat primary trainer aircraft. Also known as the M.S.50C.Morane-Saulier M.S.51Powered by a 180-hp (134-kW) Hispano-Suiza 8ab 8-cylinder piston engine. Only three were built.Morane-Saulier M.S.53Improved version.
 

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Reply #28 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 2:01pm

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LUBLIN XII Lublin R-XII
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Role: Sports and touring plane

National origin: Poland

Manufacturer
Plage i Laśkiewicz

First flight
Autumn 1930

Status
prototype

Primary user
Poland

Number built
1

The Lublin R-XII was the Polish three-seat sports and touring plane, designed in 1930 in the Plage i Laśkiewicz factory in Lublin, that remained a prototype.

Design and development:

Plage i Laśkiewicz works was among factories, that developed sports aircraft for an order of the LOPP paramilitary organization. Its design, the Lublin R-XII, was basically a scaled down passenger plane Lublin R-XI. The main designer was Jerzy Rudlicki. The only prototype was flown in autumn 1930 (registration SP-AFB). It was not built in series.

The plane was not successful and its performance was not satisfactory because of too much weight. It did not take part in the 3rd Polish Light Aircraft contest because of a weight limit. It was owned by the factory and little used, after a few years it was scrapped. The R-XII was the only sports plane of Plage i Laśkiewicz.

Description:

A mixed construction cantilever high-wing monoplane, single-engine, conventional in layout. It had a steel framed, canvas covered fuselage (engine part covered with duralumin) and a single-piece, plywood-covered, two-spar elliptical wing of wooden construction. The empennage was of steel construction, canvas covered. In a closed cabin under the wing there were two places side-by-side, with double controls, behind them was the third seat or a place for baggage. The cabin had single door on the left and front and rear doors on the right. It had a conventional fixed landing gear, with a rear skid, the main gear was joined with wings by vertical struts with oil and air shock absorbers. It had a single 5-cylinder air-cooled Armstrong-Siddeley Genet uncovered radial engine in front, delivering 88 hp take-off power and 80 hp nominal power, driving a two-blade propeller. A fuel tank was in the fuselage. The cruise fuel consumption was 21 l/h.
 

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Reply #27 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:59pm

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LAIRD LC-DE WARNER
 

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Reply #26 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:58pm

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KAISER FLEETWING XBTK-1
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Role: dive bomber and torpedo bomber

National origin
United States

Manufacturer
Kaiser-Fleetwings

First flight
April 1945

Primary user
United States Navy

Number built
5

The Kaiser-Fleetwings XBTK was a dive and torpedo bomber developed for the United States Navy starting in 1944. After only five examples had been built, with the first two being flying prototypes; the contract was terminated in September 1946.
Development:

In early 1942, the U.S. Navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics (BuAer) was planning the replacements for the Curtiss SB2C Helldiver dive bomber and the Grumman TBF Avenger torpedo bomber. The aircraft was to carry the torpedo in an internal bomb bay. By late 1943 it became obvious that the proposed VBT design like the Douglas SB2D had drastically increased in size and weight. Consequently, the U.S. Navy initiated a smaller dive bomber design, intended for escort carry operation.[1] The BuAer recognized the engineering workload for the major wartime programs and therefore assigned the design to companies without a major wartime production contract. BuAer selected Fleetwings at Bristol, Pennsylvania (USA), which was acquired by Henry J. Kaiser in 1943.[2]

The XBK dive bomber program was initiated in February 1944 with a contract for two prototypes. To keep the aircraft size down, it was decided that all stores would be carried externally. A radar could be carried underneath the left wing. The dive brakes were of the lower and upper picket fence type at the inboard wing trailing edge. The horizontal tail was mounted on the tail fin above the fuselage. This feature avoided empennage buffet when the dive brakes were open. The placement of the engine exhausts was unusual, being almost aft of the cockpit. It was hoped that this feature would significantly decrease drag.[2][3]
The XBTK-1 in flight, 1945.

XBTK-1 with leading edge slats.
A mock-up inspection without engine was carried out in April 1944 while the engine was installed in May 1944, with completion of the first prototype scheduled for November 1944.[2][4] To speed up later production, the U.S. Navy even constructed a new airfield at the Fleetwing plant.[citation needed] In early 1945, BuAer requested that the aircraft would be able to carry a torpedo. The weapon was fitted to a new centreline station and the designation was changed to XBTK.[2][4] The first XBTK-1 was finally completed in March 1945,[2] making its first flight on 12 April 1945.[4]
 

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Reply #25 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:55pm

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EULER D-2
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Role
Fighter

Manufacturer
Euler-Werke

Designer
August Euler

First flight
early 1917

Introduction
December 1917

Retired
1918

Primary user
Luftstreitkräfte

Number built
30

The Euler D.II was a German single-seat fighter, the successor to the earlier Euler D.I. The D.II was essentially a re-engined Euler D.I, the air-frame being virtually unchanged and the power plant being a 100 hp Oberusel U I seven cylinder rotary.

Operational history:

30 D.II fighters were ordered by the German air force in March 1917, however due to slow production these were not delivered until December 1917. As a result the D.II was relegated to the role of a trainer aircraft for the rest of the war.
 

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Reply #24 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:51pm

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DRUINE TURBULENT
Druine Turbulent
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Role
Single-seat light aircraft

Designer
Roger Druine

First flight
1950s

Unit cost

£945 (1960)

The Druine D.31 Turbulent is a French single-seat ultralight Homebuilt aircraft designed by Roger Druine.[1]

Development[edit]

The D.31 Turbulent was designed to be amateur-built and is a single-seat ultra-light aircraft with cantilever low-wing and fixed tailwheel landing gear. Designed to be powered by a 30hp (1200cc) Volkswagen or similar engine.[2] The fuselage uses wood construction.[3] Rollason Aircraft & Engines Limited produced 29 factory-built D.31 aircraft in the United Kingdom and three D.31A models with strengthened wing spar in order to get a full British certificate of Airworthiness. Five Turbulents are operated by the Tiger Club in 2008.[4]
 

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Reply #23 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:49pm

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BELLANCA ARIES T-250
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Role
Civil utility aircraft

Manufacturer
Bellanca

Designer
Marvin Greenwood

First flight
July 19, 1973

Number built 5

The Bellanca T-250 Aries was a light airplane built in the United States in the early 1970s but which achieved only limited production. Designed by Marvin Greenwood while Anderson-Greenwood owned the Bellanca name, it was a conventional low-wing monoplane with retractable tricycle undercarriage and a high T-tail. Federal Aviation Administration type certification was obtained on 28 July 1976.
 

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Reply #22 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 1:46pm

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ANDREASON BA-4B
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Andreasson BA-4B

BA4B banking.jpg

Role: Sports biplane

Manufacturer
Homebuilt

Designer
Björn Andreasson

First flight
1966

Developed from
Andreasson BA-4

Developed into
Andreasson BA-11

The Andreasson BA-4B is a single-seat aerobatic biplane which was marketed for homebuilding and also produced complete.

Design and development

Swedish-built first prototype BA-4B at Shoreham Airport, England, in February 1988
At Old Warden, June 2014
The BA-B4B was based on Andreasson's 1944 wooden BA-4 revised to take advantage of more modern construction techniques, such as the use of sheet metal. The first example was built by apprentices at the Malmö Aircraft Industry (M.F.I.).[1] It is a single-bay, staggered, equal-bay biplane with fixed tailwheel undercarriage. P.J.C Phillips acquired world-wide production rights for complete, rather than kit built, version and marketed them in the UK through Crosby Aviation.[2] In the US the B-4B was marketed by Larry Karp as the Canary Hawk.
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Reply #21 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 11:40am

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WRIGHT WP-1 was a  Dornier Do H imported to U.S.


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  (Redirected from Wright WP-1)

Do H Falke - The WP-1 under test with the US Navy in about 1923

Role
Fighter

Manufacturer
Dornier

Designer
Claudius Dornier

First flight
1922

Primary user
United States Navy

Number built
Five[1]

The Dornier Do H Falke was a German single-seat fighter designed by Claudius Dornier and built by Dornier Flugzeugwerke. Although an advanced design for its time, being evaluated by the United States Navy as the Wright WP-1, it did not go into production.[1]

 

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Reply #20 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 11:38am

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TUPOLEV ANT-2 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Role
Experimental aircraft

Manufacturer
Tupolev

First flight
26 May 1924

Number built
5 (according to Tupolev OKB , actual number unknown)

The ANT-2 was Tupolev OKB's first all-metal aircraft. It had a two-passenger capacity.
 

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Reply #19 - Aug 9th, 2014 at 11:36am

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REARWIN SPEEDSTER From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Design and development

The Speedster was a high-wing strut-braced monoplane of conventional design with an enclosed cabin and fixed, tailskid undercarriage.[2] Developed during the Great Depression, work was suspended between 1934 and 1937.[2] By the time it was resumed, the ACE Cirrus engine that had powered the two prototypes was out of production, and Speedsters produced in series had Menasco C-4 engines.[2]

Role
Sport aircraft

National origin
United States

Manufacturer
Rearwin

First flight
1935

Number built
ca 14

The Rearwin Speedster was a sport aircraft produced in the United States in the 1930s.




 

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