By Alan Abel
;Aeroncas golden age КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Wind Canyon BooksСерия: The golden age of aviation seriesАвтор: Alan AbelЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 142ISBN: 1-891118-42-0Формат: pdf OCRРазмер:74,1 mbAeronca's Golden Age is the second one ebook within the Golden Age of Aviation sequence that is being released to commemorate the approaching a hundredth Anniversary of Flight.Aeronca's Golden Age gradually info the occasions resulting in the Aeronautical company of the USA, from the early 1900s, throughout the nice melancholy, the disastrous flood of 1937, international conflict II and past. The publication contains biographical info at the founders of Aeronca, and info the folks, amenities and production operations of Aeronca through the Golden Years. it's also the explanations for the company's identify switch to Aeronca. Emphasis is given to Aeronca's C-2, C-3, version okay, version L, 7AC Champ and eleven AC leader. All Aeronca's versions are mentioned. a number of manufacturing unit images are included.The Golden Age of Aviation sequence will spotlight a few airplane brands through the 1900s, 1910s, Nineteen Twenties, Nineteen Thirties & Nineteen Forties, and may be a compilation that includes the mixed learn and writings of Drina Welch Abel, Alan Abel, the overdue Paul Matt and others. The sequence will current an ancient examine Aviation's Golden Years via certain textual content, a variety of photographs, the world over acclaimed 3-view aircraft scale drawings, archival fabrics and unique plane journal advertisements of the period. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero
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62 would volunteer to fly the last planes out were called upon. Roger Schlemmer was one of the firsts at the plant. "We had literally five hours in which to get everything we could out, and I mean get out," ScWemrner would later report. They had trouble getting a trucking firm to come into the area and haul things away. Finally a moving van showed up after successfully navigating the road into the airfield that was covered with a foot of water. It was quickly loaded but there was time for only necessary items: data files, cabinets, drawings, reports, etc.
From 1941 to the summer of 1945, Aeronca activities were relegated to war work on L-3 liaison airplanes, training gliders, and PT low wing trainers under license from Fairchild. Additionally, Aeronca men and women also built many parts for the Boeing B-17 Bomber, and the Curtiss C-46 Cargo plane. With the end of Aeronca's sixteenth year, Aeronca could look back with conviction that war-taught knowledge should not be wasted in peacetime. Along with that thinking was the thought that a strong lightplane industry will help to buttress the nation against another military encounter.
0 ien 2: ~~ An experiment was carried out in the Aeronca K prototype in November 1936 with its tapered or "gull wing" arrangement. It caused instability problems. X17440, the Aeronca K prototype infinal configuration. Production models used same landing gear but fully faired. 66 67 of landing gear arrangement was changed to the earlier, actually second, form. This eliminated the center V-strut bracing and utilized the familiar tie rod between the main struts. In addition, the gear was moved six inches aft, providing a static ground angle of about] 4 degrees.
Aeroncas golden age by Alan Abel