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Dutheil-Chalmers biplane

Страна: Франция

Год: 1909

Dussot - flyingboat - 1913 - Франция<– –>Eparvier - monoplane - 1909 - Франция


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


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Журнал Flight


Flight, October 23, 1909

FLYER SILHOUETTES FROM THE PARIS SALON.

Dutheil-Chalmers.

  Biplane designed somewhat on Voisin lines, but remarkable for the prevalence of ,wire-suspended members. The pilot's seat is hung on wires, as also is the steering-wheel, and the same system has been adopted for supporting the short spindles on which the balancing-planes between the main decks are mounted. This latter detail is well illustrated in the accompanying photograph; the arrangement of wires there shown applies in the main to the other members which are less clearly visible.
  A feature in the design which is uncommon is that the outrigger for the tail springs from the front struts of the main planes instead of from the rear spars. This increases the length of an already long member, and thus adds to the difficulties of transportation when dismantled, but at the same time it affords a convenient support for the engine, and otherwise makes for straightforward construction.
  The chassis combines runners and wheels, the latter being spring suspended. This portion of the machine reflects the source of the design, which we are informed originates from the makers of the Avia monoplane.

Журнал - Flight за 1909 г.
Dutheil-Chalmers Biplane at Paris Flight Show.
Журнал - Flight за 1909 г.
PARIS FLIGHT SALON. - View looking down the Grand Palais. The machines seen prominently in the stands are - on the right a Chauviere (makers of the famous propellers), a Vintlon helicoptere, and then two Bleriots; on the left side are a Dutheil-Chalmers biplane, a "W.L.D." monoplane, the Henriot monoplane, and two Antoinettes. Hanging from the roof is the gas-bag of one of the Zodiac dirigibles, and in the far distance the great yellow spherical balloon of the Continental Co.
Журнал - Flight за 1909 г.