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Etrich Taube

Etrich-Taube

 

Training and reconnaisance aircraft, Austria, 1912.

 

 

 1913 Etrich Taube

 

It was built in large scale by Rumpler in Germany and became the first German military aircraft to be used in large scale.

 

 Rump-Taube-01
Rumpler 1913 Taube
 
Rumpler built in 1912-1913 a small number of Taube floatplanes, two with a single float and the others with two floats. It was a pusher, powered by a 100 hp Daimler, and had two floats and a four-blade propeller. The photo was taken at the Johannisthal works in late 1913.

 

Etrich-Taube-01

 

Ultralight replica:
Airdrome Airplanes 1909 Taube


Engine : Argus As I, 99 hp
Length: 33.465 ft / 10.2 m
Height : 10.499 ft / 3.2 m
Wingspan : 45.932 ft / 14.0 m
Wing area : 301.392 sq.ft / 28.0 sq.m
Max take off weight : 1896.3 lb / 860.0 kg
Weight empty : 1323.0 lb / 600.0 kg
Max. weight carried : 573.3 lb / 260.0 kg
Max. speed : 54 kt / 100 km/h
Cruising speed : 49 kt / 90 km/h
Wing load : 6.36 lb/sq.ft / 31.0 kg/sq.m
Range : 162 nm / 300 km
Crew : 2

 

1909 Etrich Taube (Dove)
Span: 48'7"
Length: 32'9"
Gross 1750 lb
Max speed: 70 mph

 

 

 

 


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