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Czech Avia Airplane Projects

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Hi,

-BH-15 was a two-seat recce airplane, powered by one 450 hp Lorraine.

-BH-27 was a four seat high-wing transport monoplane project,powered by one 110 hp piston engine

-BH-35 was a high-wing three engined postal and transport monoplane project of 1929

-B.36 was a twin engined mid-wing medium/heavy bomber monoplane project of 1936

-B.42 was a two seat high wing recce and light bomber aircraft project of 1932

-B.40 was a three engined high-shoulder-wing transport monoplane project,accommodated ten
passenger,powered by three DR-14 engines

-B.50 was a three engined high-wing light transport project

-B.56 was a single engined high-wing light transport project,led to develop B.156
 

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And;

-B.58 was a twin engined medium bomber aircraft,led to develop B.158

-B.158B was a revised design of B.58 twin engined medium bomber,with many improvements
 

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The B 50 was a Rohrbach design :

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2818.0.html
 

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Hi,

Avia had unbuilt Projects developed from BH-33 single seat Fighter,the BH-38N was powered
by one Jupiter VI engine,BH-38NH was powered by one Hornet engine and BH-38-VII was
powered by one high altitude Jupiter VII engine.
 

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Hi,

the Ba.33 was different from BH-33 in airframe,but also a single seat fighter,but also
tested as a racer airplane.
 

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From L+K 1965/6.
 

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Bš-122 - military variant of Ba-122 for aerobatic training, 45 built for te Ministry of Defence in 1937. Non-stagered wings, engine Walter Castor II. Later some used by the Slovak State and also by Bulgaria, as "Osa" (Wasp).
B-222 - aerodynamically smoothened variant of Ba-122 with NACA-cowled Avia Rk-17. Flown by factory pilot Oldřich Košař. Later sold to Bulgaria. (Second machine, without engine cowling, was offered to Yugoslavia).
B-322 - prototype with Townend-cowled Rk-17 engine and closed cockpit, not much more known.

Drawing of B-322, source: http://www.mo-na-ko.net/letadla-planky.htm#Avia
 

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Hi,

the Ba.33 was different from BH-33 in airframe,but also a single seat fighter,but also
tested as a racer airplane.
Ba.33, factory designation BH.33L, was a fighter aeroplane with Škoda L W12 engine (sort of Hispano-Suiza 8Fb / Napier Lion hybrid) as oposed to Walter Jupiter radial engine of BH.33E, 82 built.
 

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