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Jeannin Stahltaube

Страна: Германия

Год: 1912

Jeannin - monoplane - 1912 - Германия<– –>Jeannin - biplane - 1914 - Германия


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Jeannin Taube
  Developed by pioneer airman Emil Jeannin, this machine was one of the most elegant of the 1914 Taube types. Fuselage was of steel tube and the flexible, warp-control wings of spruce and ash. Engine, 120 h.p. Argus As II. Span, 13.87 m. (45 ft. 6 1/8 in.). Length, 9.69 m. (31 ft. 9 7/8 in.). Height, 2.97 m. (9 ft. 9 in.). Area, 2.97 sq.m. (233 sq.ft.). Weights: Empty, 705 kg. (1,551 lb.). Loaded. 1,035 kg. (2,277 lb.). Duration, 4 hr. Speed, ca. 100 km.hr. (62.5 m.p.h.).


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Jeannin

  Emil Jeannin started building his Stahltaube (steel dove) in 1912 with steel tube fuselage and tailplane at a time competitors were using wood. The 1914 version was produced for military use and was powered by a 100 hp Mercedes D.I or 120 hp Argus As.II engine. These two-seat, unarmed monoplanes were used for reconnaissance and the last was reported at the front in the June 30, 1915 Frontbeststand. Subsequent Jeannin biplane designs remained prototypes only.

Jeannin 1914 Stahltaube Specifications
Engine: 100 hp Mercedes D.I or 120 hp Argus As.II
Wing: Span 13.87 m
General: Length 9.69 m
Max Weight 1035 kg
Maximum Speed: 120 km/h


Журнал Flight


Flight, June 5, 1914.

THE PRINCE HENRY CIRCUIT, 1914.

MACHINES IN PRINCE HENRY CIRCUIT.

  The Jeannin Steel Taube is, as the name implies, built of steel practically throughout. The main planes are of the usual Taube type with back-swept, upturned wing tips. Wing bracing of the ordinary kind is employed, the upper bracing cables being taken to a top pylon, whilst the lower lift cables run to the lower extremities of the rear chassis struts. The divided axle, which is hinged to a short skid turned up in front to meet the nose of the fuselage, is sprung by means of telescopic tubes and rubber shock absorbers.


Flight, September 11, 1914.

AIRCRAFT "MADE IN GERMANY"
WHICH MAY BE EMPLOYED AGAINST THE ALLIES.

22. The Jeannin Steel Taube
  is another all-steel machine. In wing form it differs but little from other monoplanes of its type, except that the girder under the wings has been in the latest models replaced by cable bracing. The passenger is situated immediately behind the engine, whilst just behind him is the pilot's seat. The engine - a 100 h.p. Mercedes - is mounted in the nose of the fuselage, and carries above it a radiator similar to that on the Albatros biplane. The chassis is of a very simple type, and consists of a short skid, carried on four streamline steel tube struts, and to it is hinged the divided axle, which is sprung by means of telescopic tubes running to the fuselage at the attachment to which are incorporated rubber shock absorbers.

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Jeannin Stahltaube A.271/14
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.283/14
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 at Deutches Technikmuseum Berlin
Jane's All The World Aircraft 1913 /Jane's/
1912 "Taube."
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J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Журнал - Flight за 1914 г.
The Jeannin Steel Taube.
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube with Otto Stiefvater at Johannisthal. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.271/14. The type was well-known from its pre-war successes but relatively few were used during the war. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.172/14. About 40 Jeannin Stahltaube of the 1914 type were built. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube (A.271/14?). (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.283/14. The type was well-known from its pre-war successes but relatively few were used during the war as the Taube configuration, although stable, was high drag and obsolete before the war. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Unidentified Jeannin Stahltaube. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Two crops of a photo of a Jeannin Stahltaube taking off. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Two crops of a photo of a Jeannin Stahltaube taking off. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.118/14 in derelict condition. Unlike most aircraft of its type, the engine cowling is painted dark (black?) instead of being engine-turned. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 and other derelict aircraft from the Deutsches Museum, probably after the Allied bombing in WWII that destroyed the museum. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/
Jeannin Stahltaube A.180/14 restored and in the Deutches Technikmuseum. (Peter M. Grosz collection, STDB)
J.Herris - German Aircraft of Minor Manufacturers in WW1. Volume I /Centennial Perspective/