By A. Cherel
ASSIMIL GERMAN with no TOIL Hardcover - January 1, 1957
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The effective functioning of recent society depends upon the graceful operation of many complicated structures which supply services. those contain shipping platforms, conversation structures, utilities, production vegetation, processing crops, hospitals and banks. Such platforms are unreliable within the feel that they degrade with age and/or utilization and fail after they are not any longer able to providing the goods and prone.
Книга Автомобиль Diana gentle Straigth "8" Автомобиль Diana gentle Straigth "8" Книги Авто Автор: Коллектив авторов Год издания: 1925 Формат: djvu Страниц: 143 Размер: 2. sixty eight Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Подробная инструкция по эксплуотации,ремонту и техническому обслуживанию автомобиля Diana gentle Straigth "8" выпускавшегося с 1925 по 1928г.
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I, or float undercarriages and fitted with a considerable variety of engines. They were used for purposes as diverse as passenger carrying, freighting, exploration, cropspraying, fire-fighting, aerial tanker, advertising, and paratrooping. Later variants included the 6-AT-A, 7-AT-A, 9-AT, ll-AT, l2-A, 13-A and l4-A civil models, plus a number of military derivatives. The only other civil model produced in quantities of more than one was the 6-AT, of which four were produced with 300-hp Whirlwind J6 radials instead of the Wasps of the 5-AT-C from which the model was derived.
121 was designed specifically for the competition, and carried off the first prize. 121's safety was the use of a high-set wing of great area: this was of wooden construction and strut-braced, and a peculiarly massive unit. Spanning 19 m (62 ft 4 in), the wing had a root chord of no less than 6 m (19 ft 8 114- in) and a thickness of almost 76 cm (2 ft variants: the F-4X with three 300-hp Salmson 9Az 6 in); the taper on both leading and trailing edges water-cooled radials· (two on the stub wings and was curved, and most pronounced on the outboard the third high on the nose) and the apparently third of the span; tip chord was 3 m (9ft lOin).
The design appeared eminently sold to Imperial Airways in 1931, the British suitable, and five of the type were ordered, the first airline being short of aircraft with the opening of its flying on September 30, 1926. The new aircraft was route to Cape Town from Croydon. 66s named Hercules, and in December 1926 it set off soldiered on in British service until 1935, when for Cairo where the eastbound service was inaugu- another crashed. Two were then scrapped, and the other three sold to the South African air force.