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CEA-UFMG CEA-311 Anequim
 
 CEA-311-01
 
The CEA-UFMG CEA-311 Anequim was built by students of the Center for the study of Aeronautical Engineering at the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, directed by Professor Paulo Iscold.
 
 CEA-311-02
 
CEA-311 Anequim is a Brazilian experimental single-engine plane, designed and built by a team of students and researchers from the Center for Aeronautical Studies at the Federal University of Minas Gerais. The project started in March 2011 and the first flight took place in November 2014with Gunar Armin in command.
 
 CEA-311-03
 
The Portuguese word for the Mako Shark is Anequim, a name adopted for a single-engine speedster designed by a team of professors and students at the Center for Aeronautical Studies at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (CEA-UFMG) in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. With lines similar to those of a Mako’s body, Anequim CEA-311 is a light-composite airplane powered by a four-cylinder Lycoming IO-360 (albeit modified for Anequim). Anequim has been clocked at 282 knots (324 mph) and achieved five speed records. In August 2015, the single engine entered the world history of aviation by breaking 5 international speed records of the International Aeronautical Federation for airplanes from 300 to 500 kilos.
 
 CEA-311-04
 
 
 
 
 
 


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