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Vinet Type D / Type F

Страна: Франция

Год: 1911

Vinet - Type B - 1911 - Франция<– –>Voisin - hydroplane - 1906 - Франция


L.Opdyke French Aeroplanes Before the Great War (Schiffer)


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Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913


VINET. Gaston Vinet, 41-47 quai de Seine, Courbevoie: also 2-8 rue Larnac. Established for automobile work, 1893. Aeroplane output capacity: small.

Model and date. Type D 1913.
   1912 mono. Mono.

Length..............feet(m.) 21-1/2 (6.60) 21 (6.40)
Span................feet(m.) 28-1/2 (8.60) 28 (8.50)
Area...........sq. feet(m?.) 162 (15) 162 (15)
Weight, machine...lbs.(kgs.) 550 (250) 440 (200)
   useful....lbs.(kgs.) ... ...
Motor...................h.p. 50 Gnome 50 Gnome
Speed,max........m.p.h.(km.) 56 (90) 60 (95)
Number built during 1912.... 6 ...

Notes.--Wood construction. Landing wheels and skids. Control: warping and rear elevator. Rectangular body. The two types are practically identical.


Журнал Flight


Flight, December 30, 1911.

PARIS AERO SHOW.

Vinet.

  Two types of monoplane were represented. The first was of a modified Bleriot type with flat stabilizing tail and wheel and skid undercarriage, the second was of the low centre of gravity type. As the first of these models presents no striking departure from accepted practice, we will confine our description to the latter of the two, of which a sketch is produced herewith.
  The body of the machine is constructed on the box-girder principle and to preserve its excellent streamline form is completely covered in with fabric. Arranged above the pilot on a superstructure of wood cross-braced with steel wire are the motor and the wings. The landing gear is characteristic for its extreme simplicity, consisting merely of a pair of skids proceeding forward from the fuselage and a pair of wheels, mounted on a common axle attached thereto by means of channel steel outriggers and rubber straps. The flat stabilising tail is roughly semi-circular in shape and flies circumference foremost, the elevator, a rectangular flap, being hinged to its rear edge.

Principal dimensions, &c. :-

A-type monoplane-
Length 26 ft.
Span 30 ft.
Area 176 sq. ft.
Weight 450 lbs.
Speed 55 m.p.h.
Motor 50-h.p. Anzani.
Price L720.

Low C. G. type-
Length 22 ft.
Span 30 ft.
Area 176 sq. ft.
Weight 375 lbs.
Speed 58 m.p.h.
Motor 35-h.p. Barriquand and Marre.
Price L440.


Flight, November 16, 1912.

THE PARIS AERO SALON.

Vinet.

  A 50-h.p. Gnome-engined monoplane is exhibited here. Like many more machines in the Show, it does not seem to have changed one whit. Since last year, its main peculiarity is that its body, totally enclosed with fabric, is slung below the wings, the engine, however, being mounted on a level with their leading edge.

L.Opdyke - French Aeroplanes Before the Great War /Schiffer/
The Vinet Type D, with the Anzani.
L.Opdyke - French Aeroplanes Before the Great War /Schiffer/
The Vinet Type F 2-seater.
Журнал - Flight за 1911 г.
The Vinet monoplane.
Журнал - Flight за 1912 г.
The 50-h.p. Vinet monoplane.
Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913 /Jane's/
VINET.