AVF-9 (Krasvoyenlyot Denisov) - Single seat Intermediate Training Glider [ 1924 ]
Designed by V F Denisov who was killed in an air crash before the glider was finished. A parasol monoplane. It had a slab sided fuselage which tapered in the tail section.
Wing span: 13.5 m / Length : 7.0 m / Height: 1.8 m / Wing Area: 20.5 sq m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 8.9 / Empty Weight: 84 kg.
AVF-10 (Pegas, Pegasus) - Single seat Intermediate Glider [ 1924 ]
Built with help from S.V. Ilyushin, this glider was designed by A.S. Yakovlev. After its first flight on 15th September 1924 it was flown almost everyday of the meeting by various pilots. At the end of the event Yakovlev was given a cash reward for his efforts. The glider was a braced high-wing monoplane with a constant chord and relatively thicker airflow section with a rectangular wing, inefficient but easy to design and build.
Wing span: 12.3 m / Length : 6.2 m / Height: 1.21 m / Wing Area: 18 sq m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 8 / Empty Weight: 65 kg / Take-off Weight: 135 kg.
AVF-11 (Komsomolets) - Single seat Training Glider [ 1924 ]
Design from P M Klemeny'yev, a strutted high wing monoplane with an open framework on the fuselage. Pilot was seated in an open nose nacelle attached to the wings by 4 struts.
Wing span: 12.0 m / Length : 5.6 m / Height: 1.3 m / Wing Area: 21.6 sq m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 6.7 / Empty Weight: 70 kg.
AVF-11bis - Two seat Training Glider [ 1925 ]
From the orginal design of the AVF-11, a set of construction plans were produced and slightly modified the original, resulting in the AVF-11bis. In 1925 this led to the construction of a glider at the MosAviaKhim school section.
Wing span: 12.0 m / Length : 5.6 m / Height: 1.3 m / Wing Area: 21.6 sq m.
AVF-12 KIM (Kym) - Single seat Training Glider [ 1924 ] .
Designed by B I Cheranovsky in 1924 and appeared at the 2nd VPI. The glider was cantilever monoplane with a parabolic form of leading edge. At the 2nd VPI it had one short successful tethered flight before crashing, the pilot being uninjured.
Wing Span: 12.00 / Length: 5.80 / Wing Area: 19.5 sq m / Height: 1.10 m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 7.4 / Empty Weight: 72 kg / Wing Loading: 7.4 kg sq m.
AVF-13 Larionych (Laryneks) - Single seat Performance Glider [ 1924 ]
This was a single seat glider designed by I.I. Artamonov. It was named after a student of the AVF who died aircraft crash. It was a cantilever, high wing monoplane with a wing in three main sections with internally strutted spars. It had a constant width fuselage and rounded nose. The main wheel axle was below the cockpit. It won prizes for endurance fllights.
Wing span: 13.0 m / Length : 6.5 m / Wing Area: 19.5 sq m / Height: 1.13 m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 8.7 / Empty Weight: 80 kg / Wing Loading: 7.5 kg sq m.
AVF-13bis - Intermediate Training Glider [ 1924 ]
The AVF-13bis was an intermediate training glider designed by I.I.Artamonov. It was constructed in at a glider section of the Institute of Transport Engineering in Moscow. It was based on the AVF-13 design.
Wing span: 13.0 m / Length : 6.5 m
AVF-14 - Single seat Intermediate Training Glider [ 1924 ]
Penned by S.V.Ilyushin, this was a cantilever, mid-wing monoplane with a curved leading edge. It had a pointed nose and the fuselage tapered toward the tail. The cockpit was located ahead of the wing leading edge. First flew on 22nd September 1924?
Wing span: 15.2 m / Length : 7.43 m / Wing Area: 17.0 sq m / Height: 1.06 m / Wing Aspect Ratio: 13.6 / Empty Weight: 80 kg / Wing Loading: 8.8 kg sq m.
AVF-15 - Glider
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