Various Dornier Prototypes & Projects

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My dears,

we know Dornier Do-E was three seat single engined reconnaissance
flying boat,Do-S four engined transport flying boat,Do-T ambulance
version of Merkur,Do-Y four seat three engined all metal bomber and
Do-U a civil version of Do-Y;
but do you know Dornier Do-30 ?, which was mentioned in :

http://www.collectionstrust.org.uk/aircraft/7444.htm
 
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Dornier Do 30 was a 1959 projected STOL- transport
2xRR Dart each 1938 PS ;rectangular high wing
length: 17,5m
span:22,0m
wing area :65,0m2
take off weigh: 10800kg
payload:3500kg
 

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As to the do-238, the correct designation was used Do-P.238 / internal designation for the company.
I have a picture from the Czech magazine "Aero PK Revue" where the draft was a serial designation Dornier Do-435 A. ???
 

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Dornier Do 335 Arrow. J R Smith and E. J. Creek

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Dornier-Do-335-Luftwaffes-Piston-engine/dp/1903223679

Chapter 3 "What might have been". Pg 97-98

Do 435 was a long span version for which the Do 335 V4 served as a prototype. A number of variants were proposed on 12 September 1944 according to original German sources.

A-1 and A-2: Bombers.
B-1 to B-3: Night/Bad Weather fighter
C-1 and C-2: Reconnaissance
D-1 and D-2: Führungsflugzeug

All variants with DB603L engines.

According to British Intelligence document:

It was a modified Do 335 version intended as a night fighter. Crew of two seated syde-by-side in pressurized cockpit. Radar equipment. Long-span wooden panels. Jumo 222 engines.
 

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borovik said:
As to the do-238, the correct designation was used Do-P.238 / internal designation for the company.
I have a picture from the Czech magazine "Aero PK Revue" where the draft was a serial designation Dornier Do-435 A. ???

I've seen this design several times referred to as post-war mythology. I've certainly never seen any wartime drawings or references to it.
 

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Do 238
from
-Die Luftwaffe Projecte der deutschen luftrüstung-Band 1 , by Ingolf Meyer 2004
 

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Dornier Do 435 as per Aircraft Monograph nº 15 -Aj press by Marek Rys
 

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Dornier Do 435 as per "Dornier Do 335 "Pfeil" by Heinz J.Nowarra-Schiffer
 

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From an old split topic, Dornier's "Volksjäger" proposal.

Source: http://www.unicraft.biz/
 

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hesham shared this list of Dornier P.192 variants in an old generic topic that has been split:
 

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Hi,


the Dornier Do P.14,which later became Do.24.
 

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Bonjour Hesham

From docavia " les avions Dornier"Pierre Gaillard
 

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From the same books.......
The DO P 209
 

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Thank you my dear Toura,


I have this book,but the most notable thing,that's the Dornier P projects
are very rare,why ?!.
 

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Anther mystery,


in that polish site,they speak about P.92 as the basis for Dornier Do.214,and they
mention after that the projects,which begin with P.192.1,and I am asking if P.92
is a misprint and they mean P.192 ?.


http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dornier_Do_214
 

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I think you could go to the LEMB (Google LEMB) , and then go to "projects , prototype etc ..." : I hope that it is open to the guess too ...


Good Luck


Richard
 

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Désolé , je n'ai pas été clair :)


I am a member of LEMB , where the scans are .


I think , you could use google : search for "LEMB"


open the LEMB site .


Then , go to projects ,prototypes,what if ..."


The topic is there .


Bonne chance


Richard
 

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Hi,


from the book; Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Vom Original Zum Modell; Dornier Do X,
here is the original projects and aircraft,which led to Dornier Do X,they are; P.1769,
P.1771,P.1780,P.1190,P.51223 and P.51335.


Also in the book a reference to Entwurf I,Entwurf II and P.1106
 

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Hi,


a strange thing,I found in the book; Luftwaffe '45 letzte Fluge und Projekte,they mentioned
the Do 350 designation under the drawing for Do P.256,and I can't explain,what was this ?.
 

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Translation:

The Do 350 represented an improved jet-powered version of the Do 335, but its production was no longer possible because of the war situation.

This must have been the caption to another image on the opposite page.
 

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Yes Stargazer,


but that's a new designation for me.
 

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From the book; Dornier Do 335,435,635 Kampfflugzeuge-Aufklarer-Zerostorer-Nachtjager.
 

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And;
 

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About the first picture, showing the twin fuselage design: Although mentioned in the caption as
"P.231 design", the compared predictions for frontal area, drag and maximum speed, to my opinion
show pretty well, that the twin fuselage wasn't shown there as a "project", but as a prove of the
superiority of the push-pull concept.
 

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OK my dear Jemiba,


but why they wrote on it, Entwurf 2 ?.
 

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To my opinion it was an attempt to promote the push-pull concept by proving,
that a more conventional design would be inferior.
 

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I agree with that my dear Jemiba,


but it is the first time to me to see Do P.237 drawing .
 

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hesham said:
but it is the first time to me to see Do P.237 drawing .
As the caption says, the P.237 was the basis for the Do 335B-6, so at least in this
case it could be regarded more as an internal designation, I think
 

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P.256 drawings from AJ Press monograph
 

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Those are pre-studies of the Do X, AFAIK.
 

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