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Grigorovich M-24
Shchetinin M-24
Dmitri Grigorovich, active during the 20’s in the gas plant No.3 “Red Flyers” in St. Petersburg, where he began the development work on the M-24 Soviet biplane flying boat in April 1922. The design was based on its successful M-9. Some of the differences in the M-24 was dual wings ailerons, and the total area of the hull was changed. The original design used a 220 hp Renault engine, first flying in 1924.
Grigorovich M-24
Engine: 1 × Renault V-8, 260 hp (194 kW)
Wingspan: 16.00 m
Wing Area:55,00 m²
Length: 9.00 m
Empty Weight: 1200 kg
Take Off Weight: 1700 kg
Top speed: 140 km / h
Ceiling: 4000 m
Crew: 2 (pilot / observer)
Armament: 1 × 7.62 mm machine gun
Bombload: 100 kg

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