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EEUFMG / CEA-UFMG / Center for Aeronautical Studies at the Federal University of Minas Gerais
Professor Claudio Pinto de Barros was head of the CEA (Centro de Estudos Aeronauticos, or Air Research Centre) of the Engineering School at Minas Gerais Federal University - the Escola de Engenharia da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, or EEUFMG.
The 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.
The school’s program was started in the early 1960s with a sailplane named CB-1 Gaviota, which was engineered by professor Cláudio Pinto de Barros, who founded CEA at age 25.
CEA stands for the Portuguese name for the Center for Aeronautical Studies. The number 3 denotes an airplane (1 is for sailplane and 2 is for ultralight). And the remaining two numbers are the order numbers for the design. Only seven airplanes have been built at the school, but Anequim is the 11th design produced.



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