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Hi,


the Nieuport NiD-226 was a single seat fighter project,derivative of NiD-220,has anyone
a more info about it ?.


TU magazine and Docavia Nieuport book
 

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Le Fana 321,

Nieuport S Project,was designed in conjunction with Tellier.
 

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By the way,

Nieuport had a series of fighter developments,began with NiD-220 up to NiD-226.
 

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Hi! Ni-D 590.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nieuport-Delage_NiD_590

https://aeropinakes.com/wordpress/1932/06/08/como-un-barco-o-un-zeppelin-el-ni-d-590-colonial/#lightbox-0/0/
"Ni.D 590 was one of the responses of the French aeronautical trimotor program 1930 colonial industry. It flew for the first time the summer of 1932 and trials followed a few months until the 120 Bloch won the contest and Nieuport Delage threw in the towel.

Leaving aside the aspects of load of goods and passengers and transportation of wounded and sick, this aircraft design was focused on what we would now call its colonial usability. Instead of large glass cabins, the aircraft had a kind of large balcony open in the back of the fuselage, protected from the wind by the large square front cabin and some baffles, where the observers and the server could accommodate of the machine gun with a field of view without obstacles, completely free downward and backward, "such as a boat or a Zeppelin", according to the article dedicated to this plane Les Ailes on July 7, 1932."

http://aviadejavu.ru/Site/Crafts/Craft34494.htm

No.5 picture is shocking.
 

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blackkite said:
Hi! Ni-D 590.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nieuport-Delage_NiD_590

https://aeropinakes.com/wordpress/1932/06/08/como-un-barco-o-un-zeppelin-el-ni-d-590-colonial/#lightbox-0/0/
"Ni.D 590 was one of the responses of the French aeronautical trimotor program 1930 colonial industry. It flew for the first time the summer of 1932 and trials followed a few months until the 120 Bloch won the contest and Nieuport Delage threw in the towel.

Leaving aside the aspects of load of goods and passengers and transportation of wounded and sick, this aircraft design was focused on what we would now call its colonial usability. Instead of large glass cabins, the aircraft had a kind of large balcony open in the back of the fuselage, protected from the wind by the large square front cabin and some baffles, where the observers and the server could accommodate of the machine gun with a field of view without obstacles, completely free downward and backward, "such as a boat or a Zeppelin", according to the article dedicated to this plane Les Ailes on July 7, 1932."

http://aviadejavu.ru/Site/Crafts/Craft34494.htm

Bottom picture is shocking.

A little known prototypes are wanted,not a well known.
 

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From Aerophile 1912,

here is an airplane Project intended to carry 50 passenger for transportation role,as google translate,
I think it was from Nieuport (Third page),am I right ?.
 

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... I think it was from Nieuport (Third page),am I right ?.

I'm afraid not hesham. The author, José Weiss (Vincent Nicholas Francis Joseph Weiss), was simply stating his admiration for the features of the Nieuport brothers' low-drag monoplane racers in the context of imaged, idealized future aircraft designs.

An amazing guy, José Weiss was best-known as an English landscape painter (although he was born in Paris). In his spare time, Weiss worked on model and experimental gliders. The title (L'avenire de l'Aéroplane et les leçons de la nature or 'The future of the Airplane and the lessons of nature') is very à propos - Weiss based his early gliders on bird-forms. One of those gliders - the 1905 Weiss Olive is on display at the Science Museum, London. And then there is the Weiss-Frederick Handley Page conncection, but that is another story ...

There is a good summary of Weiss' career and aircraft designer in [/i]José Weiss 1859-1919[/i] by Hilary Greenwood here:
 

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Thank you my dear Apophenia,

and please Moderator,we can split it to anther section,thanks.
 
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