Beech Aircraft and Their Predecessors by Alain J. Pelletier PDF
By Alain J. Pelletier
'Well, now we have an plane. Now let's examine if we will be able to promote a couple!', Walter eleven Beech acknowledged someday, whilst contemplating the new Beech 17 Staggerwing his engineers had simply designed. As a major salesman, Walter H Beech had just one thought in brain all his existence, industry and promote the simplest airplane on this planet. greater than sixty years after the Beech plane corporation have been validated, the least we will be able to say is that the Beech event was once relatively successful. to this point, greater than 50,000 plane were brought to numerous consumers during the international, starting from the dependent version 17 Staggerwing to the cutting edge version 2000 Starship, let alone the ever-present version 18 and Bonanza. in reality, the airplane designed by way of the Wichita-based corporation not just received the glory in their vendors yet had grew to become a real reference within the aviation international and this day, greater than ever, Bccchcraft is still deeply dedicated within the study for perfection.
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The Model 12Q(here cln 2030, N417W) was powered by a Wright Gipsy in-line engine. Optional equipment included an electric engine starter, metal propeller and weatherproofengine cover. This aircraft is owned by Dolph D Overton oJOrlando, Florida. (A R Krieger via J Wegg) Maximum cruising speed 112mph (l80km/h); economic cruising speed 88mph (l41km/h); initial rate of climb 800ft/min (244m/min) at sea level; service ceiling 14,000ft (4,270m); range 420 miles (67Skm). Model12W One llOhp Warner Scarab.
Maximum speed 140-145mph (225233km/h) at sea level; cruising speed 115mph (185km/h); rate of climb 1, 140ft/min (347m/ min) at sea level; service ceiling 17,000ft (5,180m). ModellO-D TRA VEL AIR MODEL 6000 aerofoil section was made of spruce spar beams with spruce and plywood ribs. The leading edge was covered with dural sheet. Airlerons were of the Frise balanced-hinge type. The prototype Model 10 (c/n 1008, registered C8844) was initially powered with a WrightJ-6-9, but it was later fitted with a 185hp Curtiss Challenger for certification pur- poses, and at a later date with a WrightJ-6-7.
Refinements included a new forward fuselage adapted to the new NACA cowling, installation of a new low-drag undercarriage, and fitting of a rear turtledeck to fair in the closed rear cockpit canopy. At a later date, wingspan and wing area were reduced. MODEL RMYSTERYSHIP 45 ModelR Mystery Ship At the end of the 1928 air racing season, Herb Rawdon persuaded W H Beech to build an aircraft for the 1929 season that would defeat every aircraft in its category. In great secrecy, with the help of Walter Burnham, Rawdon designed a sleek monoplane with fixed undercarriage, and a 42Shp Wright radial aircooled engine as no inline engine was available in the desired power range.
Beech Aircraft and Their Predecessors by Alain J. Pelletier