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Euler-Werke Type C

 Euler-C-02
 
The Euler Type C a reconnaissance aircraft with a pusher engine of 1913-14.The initial form with nose turret of the Euler two-seat fighter of 1915 intended primarily for anti-airship and escort missions.
 
 Euler-C-03
 
The final form of the Euler two-seat fighter of 1915 with faired, pulpit-like gun position, intended primarily for anti-airship and escort missions.
 
 Euler-C-04
 
Euler C-type under test in mid-1916: note the armament of two parabellum machine guns. This, along with the Spandau, was a very effective aerial weapon and a success for German machine gun technology. Only one machine was built.
 
 Euler-C-05
 
 Euler-C-06
 
Engine: 160 hp Mercedes D III
Span: 14.8 m. (48 ft. 6 3/4 in.)
Length: 9.3 m. (30 ft. 6 1/8 in.)
Height: 3.2 m. (10 ft. 6 in.)
Wing area: 52.6 sq.m. (568 sq.ft.)
Empty weight: 492 kg. (1,082 lb.)
Climb 3.000 m. (9,840 ft.): 44 min
Endurance: 4 hr.
Armament: two Parabellum machine-guns
 
 
 
 
 
 


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