[WWI] Un autre Caudron

Michael Arlt mia at agenturk13.de
Wed Feb 9 14:56:05 EST 2005


am 09.02.2005 19:25 Uhr schrieb Diego Fernetti unter
dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar:

> Matt!
>> a follow-on article about the Caudron G.6.  Awesome!
> 
> Perhaps my request is a bit related to this. While I was on vacations I
> tried to gather all the info I had from different sources in just one single
> drawing of a Caudron R.11. One point (of the many!) that remains obscure is
> if the ribs of the horizontal stabilizer and the scalloped tail follow the
> same line and if they are angled or paralell to the aircraft longitudinal
> axis.
> Strangely enough, I don't have no clear picture of the tail of a R.11, so I
> have to rely on the Caudrons of other marks to make an educated guess.
> TIA
> D.
> 
diego,

i don't know if this is of use: j.m.bruce's fighters vol. 4 has a sketch of
r.11 a 3 which shows the stabilizer ribs angled to the axis.
might of course be conjectural ...
michael



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