Robertson Twin-Boom Pusher Aircraft Project

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Hi,


from Letectvi magazine,here is the Robertson twin boom pusher high-
mid-wing light transport monoplane project,its engine was mounted on
a pylon,and I found in Aerofiles site,a mystery aircraft called Robertson
Ro-154 Rovair,I don't know if that's it or not.


http://www.aerofiles.com/_ro.html
 

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Found this on Ebay. An ad for post-war pusher planes.
 

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The translation;

An interesting design was created by Chief Designer Vermon W. Payene, Robertson Aircraft Corp. It is a twin-boom arrangement with extended cab and push-propeller. The engine is located at the rear of the cab, under the vertical shaft. This two-seater aircraft has a span of 9.8 m, a length of 6.85 m and an area wings is 10.1 m2. Landing flaps are very are effective and of the same type as known "Black Widow" twin-engined night plane.
Available with either 130 or 165 engine; the last case is already luxurious in our circumstances. However, the constructive solution, including the retractable three-wheel chassis, is very interesting and therefore we will present data and performance for both
engines used:.
engine: 180 pcs 165 pcs

weight of fly ... 590 kg 680 kg

max speed ... . 250 kph 300 kph

prist. speed .... 45 km / h 55 km / h
 
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