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Maveric

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Hi all,

I need your help with brasilian C.N.N.A. projects. I know the H.L.1/3/4/5/6/8 and 13 are real aircraft.
If you can please, I search for pics and technical data for the H.L.2/7/9/10 and 11. For the H.L.14 and H.L.15 I need only technical data.

Servus Maveric ???
 

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Hi Maveric,

please see; http://www.airwarfareforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=7096&highlight=cnna
 

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Maveric,

Have you already seen this site?
http://www.museutec.org.br/resgatememoria2002/old/enciclop/cap002/025.html

"A CNNA realizou estudos e construiu alguns protótipos que nunca chegaram a ser produzidos em série e outros jamais voaram. O modelo HL 2 foi um desses aparelhos. Concebido para o transporte de seis passageiros ou para emprego pelo Correio Aéreo, o HL 2 seria um bimotor de asa baixa e contaria com dois motores de 130 e 200 cavalos. O protótipo chegou a ser montado parcialmente e empregava madeiras nacionais na estrutura e no revestimento."

Perhaps a Portuguese-speaking member can translate? It sounds like they are saying that a HL 2 prototype was built but never flown.

HL 2 was to be a low-winged, twin-engine aircraft of wooden construction (primary structure and partially skinned). Power by two 130- to 200-hp engines. 6-passenger or Air Mail duties.

"Os aparelhos que receberam a numeração 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 e 13 jamais saíram do papel. A aeronave HL 14 chegou à fase de protótipo. Era um monomotor de treinamento de dois lugares."

So, HL 7, HL 9, HL 10 and HL 11 were paper exercises only. No data for the HL 14 other than it being a prototype single-engined two-seat trainer.
 

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Hi Apophenia ;),

yes I Know this site, but need more info´s ::)

Servus Maveric
 

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Apophenia said:
"A CNNA realizou estudos e construiu alguns protótipos que nunca chegaram a ser produzidos em série e outros jamais voaram. O modelo HL 2 foi um desses aparelhos. Concebido para o transporte de seis passageiros ou para emprego pelo Correio Aéreo, o HL 2 seria um bimotor de asa baixa e contaria com dois motores de 130 e 200 cavalos. O protótipo chegou a ser montado parcialmente e empregava madeiras nacionais na estrutura e no revestimento."

"Os aparelhos que receberam a numeração 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 e 13 jamais saíram do papel. A aeronave HL 14 chegou à fase de protótipo. Era um monomotor de treinamento de dois lugares."

CNNA did studies and built some prototypes that never reached series production and some never even flew. The HL 2 model was one of those machines. Designed to carry six passengers or to be used on postal flights, the HL 2 would have been a low-wing, twin-engined design, with 130 or 200 HP engines. The prototype was partially assembled and used Brazilian* woods on its structure and skin.

The machines numbered 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 were paper designs only. A prototype of the HL 14 was built. It was a single-engined, two-seat training aircraft.

*The word used here actually is "national", that is, non-imported.
 

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Hi,

a small informations about CNNA projects, the HL-7 was
light transport aircraft powered by two engines,the HL-9
was twin-engined version of HL-8,the HL-10 was four-
engined transport aircraft (may be related to Boeing-307),
the HL-11 was single-engined version of HL-8,the HL-12
was transport aircraft and the HL-15 jet trainer aircraft.
 

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a small informations about CNNA projects, the HL-7 was
light transport aircraft powered by two engines,the HL-9
was twin-engined version of HL-8,the HL-10 was four-
engined transport aircraft (may be related to Boeing-307),
the HL-11 was single-engined version of HL-8,the HL-12
was transport aircraft and the HL-15 jet trainer aircraft.

Unfortunately when my computer crashed,I lost many project pictures,can anyone give us
a drawings to them?,and thanks.
 

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