hesham said:does anyone know the MAI-56 and MAI-68 ?.
The plane "RIIGA-1. One of the first student works Riga Institute of Civil Aviation was an easy flight " RIIGA-1 (Fig. 320), which he built in 1961-1964.
hesham said:the aircraft which we spoke about it before called MAI-405;
Cy-27 said:The caption on the experimental pusher 405 design, above, reads MAL-405 (МАЛ 405) - are we sure this is a Moscow Aviation Institute design?
Plane MG Lyakhov (Fig. 326). Sculptor by training, MG Lyakhov built in 1961 for the first nine months of his plane, which he called "Vintolet".
Aircraft wing having a disc shape in plan, intended to make the fan by folding type. Moreover, some sectors have been nested. Furthermore, in terms of disk wing was to provide lower landing speed and stability of the flight at high angles of attack.
In the central part of the disk was formed an annular channel, which rotate two coaxial propellers. Screws using a chain drive is driven by a two-cycle engines M-72 air-cooled.
Wing wooden construction with fabric covering. Cloth impregnated with a composition that MG Lyakhov developed independently. The composition consisted of aviation oil, linseed oil, solvent and stearin.
Ailerons were central rotary wing sectors, empennage cruciate scheme.
Flight aircraft weight 300 kg, length of 6 m. The width of the folded wing disc 2 m. With folded wings "Vintolet" could move along the highway, the car, tricycle landing gear with the front wheel. Motorcycle wheels and brake.