[WWI] Twin-Boom Nieuport Hydro Pusher was: a morane
Brad & Merville
bigglesrfc at sympatico.ca
Tue Feb 22 19:39:34 EST 2005
Sorry Iban. My collection of WWI Aero starts at issue #98. Photo is on the
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> according to mike fletcher, wwi aero did an article on this one, with a
> corrected drawing, in issue #96, sept '83. does anybody happen to have it
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> Hi Iban
> I did reply to you this morning by hitting the reply button but the list
> doesn't seem to like that these days.
> Leo's book has one picture of the Nieuport hydro pusher, likely the one
> you've seen, and there is a short blurb but not much else.
> "Very little is known about a third seaplane design from the Nieuport
> firm. Built in 1912-1913, it was a large sesquiplane with a short central
> fuselage for a crew of 2 or 3, and a 110 hp Salmson engine installed as a
> pusher. The tail surfaces were mounted at the ends of 2 long booms
> fabricated of compressed paper. The machine was reported to have been an
> armoured design for military use only, eventually to mount a
> machine gun. Only one was built and flown."
> "(Span: (upper) 15m; (lower) 7m; length: 7.5m; wing area: 40 sqm;
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