K-2, K.A.Kalinin

24k b/w photo from the "History of aircraft construction in the USSR" by V.B.Shavrov, Vol.1 p.415

A
ll-metal experimental development of the K-1 aircraft. It was found hard to assemble and overweight.
Four built.
Sources:
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR" by V.B.Shavrov, Vol.1 p.416
  • Technical data
    Type K-2
    Function Passenger
    Year 1926
    Crew 1
    Engines 1*240hp BMW-IV
    Length 11.17m
    Wingspan 16.7m
    Wing area 40.0m2
    Empty weight 1600kg
    Loaded weight 2236kg
    Wing load 55.8kg/m2
    Power load 9.3kg/hp
    Maximum Speed (0m) 170km/h
    Cruise Speed 140km/h
    Landing Speed 75km/h
    Take off Roll 220m
    Landing Roll 200m
    Range 650km
    Ceiling 3500m
    Climb
    1000m 12min
    2000m 28min
    3000m 50min
    Payload
    Seats 4
    Load 416kg
    Modified May 15, 1997
    by Alexandre Savine;
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