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Bennett-Carter Dottie S


The Dottie S was begun as a high school project by George Bennet and Richard Carter and completed in 1957 at Mississippi State University with the help of Guy Storer of the Raspet Flight Research Center. The wings were based on the shorter ones of the Schultz-Midwest MU-1 while the horizontal tail was based on the Laister-Kaufmann LK-10A and the vertical tail was scaled down from that of a Schweizer SGS 2-12 (TG-3A). No spoilers were fitted.

Wing span: 11.43m / 50ft             
Wing area: 13.03sq.m / 150sq.ft
Empty Weight: 181kg / 400lb            
Payload: 91kg / 200lb
Gross Weight: 272kg / 600lb            
Wing Load: 19.52kg /sq.m / 4lb/sq.ft
MinSink: 0.70 m/s / 2.3 fps / 1.36 kt         
L/DMax: 24 @ 72 kph / 39 kt / 45 mph
Aspect ratio: 16.6                 
Airfoil: NACA 4415
Seats: 1                 
Number built: 1
Structure: wood/ fabric I-strut-braced wings, steel-tube/ fabric fuselage wood/ fabric tail.



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