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|Piquerez - biplane - 1909 - Франция||<–||–>||Pischoff - Autoplane - 1910 - Франция|
|L.Opdyke - French Aeroplanes Before the Great War /Schiffer/|
|The first de Pischoff design; it is shown taxiing, but not flying.||Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913 /Jane's/|
|PISCHOFF-KOECHLIN (1908). Very early example of a tractor biplane. The extra span of the upper plane is also of interest. The machine had twin mono-elevators aft and also twin rudders.
The Pischoff I biplane of 1907, though not quite a flyer, set the style of future biplanes with its clean configuration, uncluttered by forward control areas or box-kite cellules, its Chauviere Integrate tractor propeller making it what is now regarded as the first in Europe of a modern design. The tail unit was a Cayley-type cruciform union of tailplane, fin, elevator and rudder. There were no ailerons, no wingwarping, and consequently no pilot-operated lateral control. The Pischoff I introduced the famous Anzani engine into aeronautics.
|Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913 /Jane's/|
|1907 De Pischoff tractor biplane
Country of origin: France Designed by Alfred de Pischoff Constructor: L.Chauviere