Various pre-war Soviet projects

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Thank you my dear Granit,

please Moderator,you can transfer it to a proper section.
 

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Hi!
http://lib.rus.ec/b/205720/read
 

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From Kryl'ya 2008,here is a BOK-15 cutaway.
 

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hesham said:
I think we spoke about this aircraft before,but here ?.
Супер бомбовозы Сталина
Vakhmistrov preliminary project "Aviamatka" - flying aircraft carrier (first half of 1930)
Here it's in a good view,Авиация и космонавтика 2017-04
 

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I am trying to trace any DH.88 Comet inspiration or otherwise for the Aviatourist. Sources posted here previously include:

Skyblazer said:
hesham said:
I repeat sending the main part to can read.

Gunston (The Osprey Encyclopedia of Russian Aircraft) seems to contradict the Russian-language sources in several respects:

He says it was a racer, a Russian that it was for air communication.

He says it had a "D. H. Comet configufation", a Russian that it was not a taildragger (as the Comet was) but had a tricycle undercarriage.

He also describes it as a "Smaller edition of Stal-11", though it was a tricycle twin where the Stahl-11 was single-engined taildragger. And the Stahl-11 resembles a Comet no more than does any other conventional low-wing monoplane.

Can one trust any of these sources over any others?

Also, what is the encyclopaedia entry before Pashinin? Is it the OOS?
 

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Mr. P.A. Ivensen designed and built a single seat parasol wing monoplane of 1929,
powered by one 30 hp Bristol Cherub engine.
This designer made many sailplanes,such as I-3 of 1929 and I-6 of 1937,what was this aircraft, I-2 or I-4 ?.
 

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My notes state that the I-4 was a 1931 performance sailplane derived from the I-3 with the same wing with a more streamlined fuselage and of an oval cross-section. It was flight tested in the winter of 1931-32 and was crashed on its first flight piloted by L.V.Koslov. It was built in Smolensk at GAZ No.35.

Original Source: Soviet Gliders by U. Resov (Moscow Mashinostroen)
 

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From L+K 2/1974,

here is a small Info about Stal-1,was experimental Project,maybe a little transport aircraft ?.
 

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There's literally just one sentence claiming that there was experimental project called STAL-1...
Slightly more info in Soviet Aircraft and Aviation 1917-1941: Stal-1 was allegedly experimental ultralight project.
 
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