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Aerocentre NC.3021 Belphegor

sncac_nc-3021

 

An experimental aircraft intended for high-altitude researches. The engine was a pair of DB605 coupled together to form a DB610 with an output of 2,950 h.p. which drove a single four bladed propeller. The crew of three occupied a pressure cabin with room for two observers.
 
The only prototype first flew on 6 June 1946. The engine overheated constantly and with money running out this one off only achieved some forty hours flying time before it was grounded and eventually scrapped.

 

Engine: 1 x 3000hp Daimler-Benz DB-610A piston engine
Take-off weight: 9971 kg / 21982 lb
Empty weight: 7367 kg / 16242 lb
Wingspan: 22.32 m / 73 ft 3 in
Length: 17.09 m / 56 ft 1 in
Height: 6.10 m / 20 ft 0 in
Wing area: 50.0 sq.m / 538.2 sq.ft
Max. Speed: 600 km/h / 373 mph
Ceiling: 13500 m / 44300 ft
Crew: 5

 


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