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Pescara Stoppable Rotor-Wing

In stiff competition with Oemichen, Spanish engineer Marquis Raul Pateras Pescara began building rotary wing machines, initially in Barcelona, but after 1922, in France. In June of that year, Pescara proposed a co-axial rotor aircraft where the rotors could stop and form a biplane. A pusher propeller provided forward thrust. He built a small-scale model of the concept, but nothing more. Interestingly, a concept not unlike this, the Herrick Convertoplane, was flown in the U.S. just 15 years later.

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soccer, e-mail, 16.06.2011

was flown in the U.S. just 15 years later.

The picture of this model and its description is in the patent GB 179,176
It is also page 428 of Air France with the title "Model of hélicoplan PESCARA.
projected current helicopters. "
The basket sustentables Gate 2 propeller blades to 2 thick and variable impact.
The aircraft is a helicopter.
The engine can power by a second clutch propelling a propeller at the rear of the fuselage.
The device must pass flight lift helicopter lift airplane propellers in disengaging levitation
and leaving crazy turn on their axis.
2) In the "North America"
385 Pescara.

According pictures there are different front fascia to No. 1 in Spain.
The No. 2 is the Barcelona (Spain) became the type 2R (France, 1922 -1923) by engine change so.
The No. 3 would be the camera record with two versions of the radiator. This would be the type 2F (France ,1923-1924)
The No. 4 is tested in 1925. This would be the type 3F (France)
The No. 5 would be the 4S. (Spain, 1930 -1935) (Probably for my Father the No. 1 and No. 2 are one)
Christian de Pescara (ESIEE, 3AF, AAMA, AAMALAT, Flying in France) son of the Marquis Pateras-Pescara (1890 - 1966)
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Merci de votre contribution à Google Traduction.Nous tiendrons compte de votre suggestion pour améliorer la qualité des traductions lors des futures mises à jour de notre système. 1) we find in No. 46 "Pescara stopable Rotor Wing"
The picture of this model and its description is in the patent GB 179,176
It is also page 428 of Air France with the title "Model of hélicoplan PESCARA.
projected current helicopters. "
The basket sustentables Gate 2 propeller blades to 2 thick and variable impact.
The aircraft is a helicopter.
The engine can power by a second clutch propelling a propeller at the rear of the fuselage.
The device must pass flight lift helicopter lift airplane propellers in disengaging levitation
and leaving crazy turn on their axis.
2) In the "North America"
385 Pescara.

According pictures there are different front fascia to No. 1 in Spain.
The No. 2 is the Barcelona (Spain) became the type 2R (France, 1922 -1923) by engine change so.
The No. 3 would be the camera record with two versions of the radiator. This would be the type 2F (France ,1923-1924)
The No. 4 is tested in 1925. This would be the type 3F (France)
The No. 5 would be the 4S. (Spain, 1930 -1935) (Probably for my Father the No. 1 and No. 2 are one)
Christian de Pescara (ESIEE, 3AF, AAMA, AAMALAT, Flying in France) son of the Marquis Pateras-Pescara (1890 - 1966)
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