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Czech Praga helicopters

Maveric

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Hi all,

we all know the Praga helicopters XE-I (LC-I) see www.aviastar.org/helicopters_eng/praga_e-1.php
Praga XE-II (LC-II) see www.aviastar.org/helicopters_eng/aero_xe-2.php
and the project LC-III (see down).

Now I have found a little information about the projects LC.IV (LC-P.4) and LC.V (LC-P.5). Do you know drawings or pics about this projects...?

Servus Maveric
 

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hesham

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From L+K 5/1976 and L+K 5/1976,

here is the LC-III,LC-IV and LV-V,and some translation;

LC-IV (LC-P4)
Although it is basically not a helicopter but motorless gyroplane, we consider it
useful information about his project to be included in the chronological overview.

LC-IV was designed by the LC group to provide cheap helicopter pilot training. However, in the case of the LC-IV project, the assembly
she did not achieve her goal. The whirlpool should have
metal frame made of steel pipes, lift
was supposed to be behind the car or
by plane. Other technical data and information are not known.

LC-P5

The two-rotor two-rotor helicopter project also marked this way
not implemented. It is possible to deduce from the preserved sources that the foundation was to form
All-metal construction with five-passenger version or cargo version, using Praga M 208 engines
158 kW (215 hp). In the future they had these
helicopters find employment primarily in the military. More details are not known.
 

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