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Oberlerchner Mg-19 Steinadler

musger-19a

 

The Mg 19, which made its first flight in November 1951, is a development of the prewar Mg 9, of conventional wood and fabric construction and distinguished by a laminar flow gull wing in the low/mid-set position, of Gottingen 549/676 section.
There are air brakes in the wing upper surfaces and the two pilots sit in tandem under a sideways hinging cockpit canopy.
The Mg 19 proved to be popular as a training sailplane and examples of the type competed in the 1954 and 1956 World Gliding Championships.
 
Ober-Mg-19
Oberlerchner Mg 19
 
 
Mg-19a Steinadler
Wing span: 17.6 m / 57 ft 9 in
Wing area: 21.0 sq.m / 226.1 sqft
Wing section: Gottingen 549/676
Length: 8.04 m / 26 ft 4.5 in
Height: 1.65 m / 5 ft 6 in
Empty Weight: 303 kg / 657 lb
Gross Weight: 476 kg / 1,058 lb
Water ballast: None
Wing Load: 22.7 kg/sq.m / 4.69 lb/sq ft
Aspect ratio: 14.75
Max speed: 112 mph / 97 kt / 180 km/h
Max rough air speed: 70 kt / 130 km/h
Stalling speed: 27 kt / 50 km/h
L/DMax: 26 75 kph
Best glide ratio: 27.8:1 at 42 mph / 36 kt / 67 km/h
MinSink: 0.63 m/s / 2.1 ft/sec at 62 kph / 38.5 mph / 33.5 kt
No. of Seats: 2
No. Built: 1

Structure: wood

 

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