Bartel aircraft, Poland

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Ryszard Bartel (1897-1982)
WWS = Wielkopolska Wytwórnia Samolotów "Samolot" (Wielkopolska* Aircraft Factory "Aircraft")
PWS = Podlaska Wytwórnia Samolotów (Podlasie* Aircraft Factory)
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BM-1 - 1925, single-seat fighter, single-engine high-wing parasol monoplane with fixed undercarriage, only project, initially known as Bartel M-1 (M = Maryla, Bartel wife's first name)

BM-2 - 1926, two-seat primary trainer, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, only 1 built, initially known as Bartel M-2

BM-3 - 1926, two-seat advanced trainer, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, only project

BM-4 (Polish Air Force designation BM-4S2) - 1927, two-seat primary trainer, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, first series built Polish aicraft, 2 prototypes + 72 series aircraft built as follow:

BM-4b - first prototype

BM-4d - 1928, second prototype, later rebuilt as BM-4a, BM-4aII, BM-4e, BM-4c, BM-4f, BM-4g with various types of engines and other minor improvements

BM-4a - 1928, first production version, 22 built by WWS factory

BM-4h - 1931, second production version, 50 built by PWS factory

BM-5 (Polish Air Force designation BM-5P2) - 1928, two-seat advanced trainer, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, 3 prototypes + 70 series aircraft built as follow:

BM-5a - 1 prototype + 20 series aircraft

BM-5b - 1 prototype (later rebuild as BM-5c) + 20 series aircraft

BM-5c - 1 prototype (rebuilt from BM-5b) + 30 series aircraft

BM-5d - 1935, 1 prototype built by PZL factory + 20 aircraft rebuilt from older versions

BM-6 - 1930, single-seat fighter-trainer, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, only 1 built

BM-7 - 1974-1978, single-seat aerobatic aircraft, single-engine biplane with fixed undercarriage, only project


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* Wielkopolska (Polonia Maior), Podlasie (Podlachia) = Polish historical regions


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Hi LAW,


that is not all Bartel aircraft,there is also SP-1 single seat fighter,and also some of
aircraft or sailplanes,I don't know, may be someone could help;
HL-2,MN-2,MN-3,MN-4,MN-5 and O-2.
 

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Hallo hesham,


the aircraft you wrote built by the firm (Bartel´s firm?) Wielkopolska Wytwornia Samolotow "Samolot Sp Akc" (Wielkoplan Aeroplane Plant "The Aeroplane" Co. Ltd.).
H.L. 2 designed by Jozef Medwecki
O. 2 designed by Offierski
and the M.N. series designed by Jozef Medwecki and Zygmunt Nowakowski.


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Thank you my dear Maveric,


and great infos,do you have a drawing to SP-1 fighter,I lost the drawing
for it from long time a go.
 

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One sub-variant addition...

BM-6b - Prototype only, re-equipped with a Wright engine - led to the development of the PWS-12. When this was developed, the earlier BM-6 was redsignated BM-6a.

Source:

Poskie Konstruckje Lotnicze 1893-1939 (Andrzej Glass) Wydawnictwa Komunikacji I Lacznosci, 1976
 

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hesham said:
Hi LAW,


that is not all Bartel aircraft,there is also SP-1 single seat fighter,and also some of
aircraft or sailplanes,I don't know, may be someone could help;
HL-2,MN-2,MN-3,MN-4,MN-5 and O-2.


Hi,


SP.1 was single seat high wing research aircraft,not fighter.


HL-2 was two seat braced high-wing monoplane of wooden construction light aircraft,powered
by one 35 hp Anzani engine.


O-2 was tandem two seat low-wing light monoplane,powered by one 35 hp Anzani engine.


MN-2 was twin engind high-wing transport and bomber aircraft project;
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,16510.msg158921.html#msg158921


MN-3 & MN-4 were four seat high parasol wing light monoplanes.


MN-5 was two/three seat trainer biplane,powered by one 80 hp Armstrong Siddeley Genet engine.
 

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Bartel BM-7 project drawings
 

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Oh my God,Thank you LAW,


a very nice drawings.
 

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