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Odier-Vendome biplane

Страна: Франция

Год: 1910

Odier-Vendome - biplane - 1909 - Франция<– –>Ouarnier - biplane - 1911 - Франция


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


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Журнал Flight


Flight, October 29, 1910

IMPRESSIONS OF THE PARIS SHOW - (continued).
By OISEAU.

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  Messrs. Turcat-Mery and Rougier have designed a biplane of the later type developed by Breguet and Goupy amongst others. The tendency towards reducing the area of the main planes is here clearly demonstrated. The four-branched propeller, also of Turcat-Mery design, is placed in front of the machine, and is driven by a 60-80-h.p. E.N.V. motor. The tail plane, with which is combined the elevator, has underneath it two rudders. The control is by a wheel mounted on a pivoted pillar actuating the elevating and wing-flexing wires, and a foot-bar for steering. To the excellent two-wheeled chassis of this machine is fitted a brake which acts on the ground itself, and is worked by a lever at the pilot's right hand. A pathetic interest is attached to the Turcat-Mery, as not only was it designed by a pilot, Rougier, whose accident at Nice has incapacitated him from further flying, but it was to have been flown by the unfortunate Chavez had he lived. There is, however, to all appearances, a successful future before it.
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Журнал - Flight за 1910 г.
The latest Odier-Vendome monoplane which is to be used by Rougier. It is fitted with a 60-h.p. 8-cyl. E.N.V. engine.
Журнал - Flight за 1910 г.
The Turcat-Mery-Rougier biplane, showing the chassis and landing skids and the four-bladed propeller, at the Paris Flight Salon.
Журнал - Flight за 1910 г.
General view, down the centre, of the Paris Flight Salon. - In the foreground is seen the Turcat Mery-Rougier machine and the Compagnie-Aerienne stand also, prominent aloft being the small spherical balloon over the "Continental" exhibit, the Hutchinson "Astra" balloon, and on the left the nose of "Zodiac III."