K-9 by K.A.Kalinin


P
arasol two-seater, intended for sport flights and liaison. For convenient storage wings and tailplane were foldable. Test flights in 1932 revealed that aircraft is oversized and overweight for its 60hp 'Walter' engine.
ReferencesLinks
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR" by V.B.Shavrov, Vol.1 p.481;
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  • Technical data
    Type K-9
    Function Sport, Liaison
    Year 1932
    Crew 1
    Engines 60hp 'Walter'
    Length 6.9m
    Wingspan 10.0m
    Wing area 16.0m2
    Empty weight 550kg
    Loaded weight 770kg
    Wing load 48kg/m2
    Power load 12.8kg/hp
    Speed at 0m 120km/h
    Landing Speed 60km/h
    Flight Endurance 3.0h
    Payload
    Fuel+Oil 60kg
    Seats 1
    Created February 25, 1996
    by Alexandre Savine
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