ANF-Mureaux 190


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ANF-Mureaux 190

Designed by Andre Brunet, the Mureaux 190 lightweight single-seat fighter was of all-metal construction and powered by a Salmson 12 Vars 12-cylinder inverted- Vee air-cooled engine of 450hp. Proposed armament comprised an engine-mounted 20mm cannon and two wing-mounted 7.7mm machine guns. The prototype Mureaux 190 was flown for the first time in July 1936, but tests were abandoned in 1937 because of the poor reliability of the Salmson engine, and a projected development with a retractable undercarriage, the Mureaux 191, was dropped.

ANF-Mureaux 190A three-view drawing (1673 x 1220)

 MODELANF Mureaux 190
 ENGINE1 x 450hp Salmson 12Vars
  Take-off weight1290 kg2844 lb
  Empty weight850 kg1874 lb
  Wingspan8.38 m28 ft 6 in
  Length7.20 m24 ft 7 in
  Height3.00 m10 ft 10 in
  Wing area10.00 m2107.64 sq ft
  Max. speed450 km/h280 mph
  Cruise speed376 km/h234 mph
  Ceiling9200 m30200 ft
  Range920 km572 miles

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