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Jeanson-Colliex floatplane

Страна: Франция

Год: 1913

Jacquelin - Voisin biplane - 1910 - Франция<– –>Jourdan - Helicoplane - 1910 - Франция

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

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Журнал Flight

Flight, March 29, 1913.


Giant Hydro-Aeroplane Tested.

   THE great hydro-aeroplane built by Maurice Jeannson, in collaboration with. Colliex, was tested at Triel on the Seine on the 29th ult. and made one or two short flights on subsequent days, Colliex being the pilot. The machine is said to have attained a speed of 62 miles an hour when carrying three passengers and during one test it carried a useful load of 1,600 lbs.

Flight, May 31, 1913.


Testing the Maurice Jeansson Machine.

   ON the 21st the Maurice Jeansson 400-h.p. tandem biplane was tested by Colliex at Triel, and flew a distance of about 12 kiloms. Three persons were on board, and the speed of the machine was said to be in the neighbourhood of 100 k.p.h.

L.Opdyke - French Aeroplanes Before the Great War /Schiffer/
View of the Jeanson-Colliex flyingboat.
L.Opdyke - French Aeroplanes Before the Great War /Schiffer/
Журнал - Flight за 1913 г.
HYDRO-AEROPLANES FOR MONACO. - The enormous double monoplane built by Jeansson and Colliex. The span is 24 metres, length 16 metres. It is mounted upon a 7-metre Despujols hull, and in flying order weighs 4,300 kilogs. Two 6-cyl. 230-h.p. Chenu motors are fitted, giving a speed of over 100 k.p.h.
Форум - Breguet's Aircraft Challenge /WWW/
Here is another picture of the first version.
Форум - Breguet's Aircraft Challenge /WWW/
This is the Jeanson-Colliex Hydravion geant (giant flying boat), here shown in its last modified version of 1914. This version can be distinguished from the original version by a shorter rudder and even bigger dimensions. The machine was gigantic with a double engine (Chenu AH6 6 cylinder of 230 hp each, with a total of 460 hp) driving a single four-bladed propeller of 5,0 meter. Surely the biggest in the epoque.