FMA I.A.45 Querandi

1957

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FMA I.A.45 Querandi

Модификация IA.45B Размах крыла, м 13.75 Длина, м 8.92 Высота, м 2.80 Площадь крыла, м2 19.30 Масса, кг пустого самолета 1170 нормальная взлетная 1800 Тип двигателя 2 ПД Lycoming O-360 Мощность, л.с. 2 х 180 Максимальная скорость , км/ч 275 Крейсерская скорость , км/ч 245 Практическая дальность, км 684 Скороподъемность, м/мин 420 Практический потолок, м 7500 Экипаж,чел 1-2 Полезная нагрузка: до 5 пассажиров или двое носилок и сопровождающий

Specification 
 MODELIA.45B
 CREW1-2
 PASSENGERS5
 ENGINE2 x 180hp Lycoming O-360
 WEIGHTS
  Take-off weight1800 kg3968 lb
  Empty weight1170 kg2579 lb
 DIMENSIONS
  Wingspan13.75 m45 ft 1 in
  Length8.92 m29 ft 3 in
  Height2.80 m9 ft 2 in
  Wing area19.30 m2207.74 sq ft
 PERFORMANCE
  Max. speed275 km/h171 mph
  Cruise speed245 km/h152 mph
  Ceiling7500 m24600 ft
  Rate of climb420 m/min1400 ft/min
  Range684 km425 miles

Comments
THEBATTLEMASTER, 13.12.2012 22:17

Ok well Barry, It says this plane can take off at about 4,000 lb. Two 180 hp engines will not lift that. EVER.

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pelicanjohn, e-mail, 10.04.2011 23:15

What are you talking about. This bird is just like a Aerocommander 420. Same numbers and everything. Nice small corporate bird for the period

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lorenzo, e-mail, 20.11.2010 17:56

muy buena la pagina pero faltan algunas vistar

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Barry, 16.11.2010 12:54

Julian I hear what you are saying but look at the weights. 1800kg is 1.8 metric tonnes or approximately 1.77 imperial tons.

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julian, e-mail, 29.09.2010 15:41

The weights and performance specs. are wrong. There is no way two 180 hp normally aspirated engines can lift a 7 ton aircraft, about 4 times the weight of a Cessna 310 or Piper Aztec, cruise at 500 km /hr, climb to over 20.000 ft and fly over 2000 kms. Did it ever get off the ground ?

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