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Kawasaki Ki 3

Kawasaki Ki-3 / 川崎 キ3・九三式单发轻爆击机

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    Název:
    Name:
    Kawasaki Ki-3 Kawasaki Ki-3
    Originální název:
    Original Name:
    川崎 九三式単軽爆撃機 [キ-3]
    Kategorie:
    Category:
    bombardovací letoun bomber aeroplane
    Výrobce:
    Producer:
    DD.04.1933-DD.03.1935 Kawasaki Shipyard, Ltd., Kakamigahara /
    DD.MM.193R-DD.MM.193R Ishikawajima Airplane Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Tachikawa /
    Období výroby:
    Production Period:
    DD.01.1934-DD.03.1935
    Vyrobeno kusů:
    Number of Produced:
    3 prototypy +
    240 (200 Kawasaki a 40 Tachikawa)
    První vzlet:
    Maiden Flight:
    DD.05.1933
    Osádka:
    Crew:
    2
    Základní charakteristika:
    Basic Characteristics:
     
    Vzlet a přistání:
    Take-off and Landing:
    CTOL - konvenční vzlet a přistání CTOL - conventional take-off and landing
    Uspořádání křídla:
    Arrangement of Wing:
    dvouplošník biplane
    Uspořádání letounu:
    Aircraft Concept:
    klasické conventional
    Podvozek:
    Undercarriage:
    pevný fixed
    Přistávací zařízení:
    Landing Gear:
    kola wheels
    Technické údaje:
    Technical Data:
     
    Hmotnost prázdného letounu:
    Empty Weight:
    1650 kg 3638 lb
    Vzletová hmotnost:
    Take-off Weight:
    3097 kg 6828 lb
    Maximální vzletová hmotnost:
    Maximum Take-off Weight:
    ? kg ? lb
    Rozpětí:
    Wingspan:
    13,000 m 42ft 7,8in
    Délka:
    Length:
    10,000 m 32ft 9,7in
    Výška:
    Height:
    3,000 m 9ft 10in
    Plocha křídla:
    Wing Area:
    38,00 m2 409.03 ft2
    Plošné zatížení:
    Wing Loading:
    81,58 kg/m2 16.71 lb/ft2
    Pohon:
    Propulsion:
     
    Kategorie:
    Category:
    pístový piston
    Počet motorů:
    Number of Engines:
    1
    Typ:
    Type:
    Kawasaki - BMW IX (Ha-9) kapalinou chlazený dvanáctiválec s válci do V o výkonu 588 kW (800 k).
    Vrtule dvoulistá dřevěná s pevným úhlem náběhu.
    Kawasaki - BMW IX (Ha-9) twelve-cylinder liquid-cooled supercharged Vee engine rated at 789 hp,
    driving a wooden two-bladed fixed-pitch propeller
    Objem palivových nádrží:
    Fuel Tank Capacity:
    ? ?
    Výkony:
    Performance:
     
    Maximální rychlost:
    Maximum Speed:
    259 km/h v 3000 m 160.9 mph in 9843 ft
    Cestovní rychlost:
    Cruise Speed:
    220 km/h v 2200 m 136.7 mph in 7218 ft
    Rychlost stoupání:
    Climb Rate:
    ? m/s ? ft/min
    Čas výstupu na výšku:
    Time to Climb to:
    12,0 min do 3000 m 12,0 min to 9843 ft
    Operační dostup:
    Service Ceiling:
    7000 m 22966 ft
    Dolet:
    Range:
    900 km 559.2 mi
    Maximální dolet:
    Maximum Range:
    ? km ? mi
    Výzbroj:
    Armament:
    1x pevný kulomet Type 89 ráže 7,69 mm
    1-2x pohyblivý kulomet Type 89 ráže 7,69 mm pro obranu zadní části letadla
    max. pumový náklad 500 kg
    One fixed forward-firing 0.303 Type 89 inch machine gun was mounted in the nose, synchronized with the propeller, and
    one or two flexible 0.303 inch Type 89 machine gun was mounted dorsally cocpit.
    Bomb load: Up to 1,100 lb.
    Uživatelské státy:
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    Poznámka:
    Note:
    九三式単軽爆撃機 - Kjusan-šiki tankei bakugekiki - Armádní jednomotorový lehký bymbardér typ 93-1 九三式単軽爆撃機 - Kyūsan-shiki tankei bakugekiki - Army Type 93-1 Single-engine Light Bomber


    The prototype KDA-6 was designed by the German engineer Dr. Richard Vogt, who was working in Japan at the time. Takeo Doi the future chief designer for Kawasaki, worked as Vogt's assistant on the project.


    The Kawasaki Ki-3 It was the last biplane light bomber design built by Kawasaki Kōkūki Kōgyō Kabushiki Kaisha for the Imperial Japanese Army in the 1930s. The type served in Korea and in Manchuria, before playing a major part in the early fighting in China.
    Zdroje:
    Sources:
    René J. Francillon Ph.D., Japanese Aircraft of the Pacific War, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis Maryland, Reprinted 1990, ISBN-0-87021-313-X
    Robert C. Mikesh a Shorzoe Abe, Japanese Aircraft 1910-1941 US Naval Institute Press, rok 1990, ISBN:10-1557505632
    www.aviastar.org
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    Kawasaki Ki-3
    九三式单发轻爆击机 / Kyūsan-shiki tankei bakugekiki / Army light bomber, Type 93

    Brief history:
    Rikugun Koku Hombu from the beginning of the thirties sought to modernize and thereby improve the efficiency of your air force bomber. The armament included heavy bomber The Mitsubishi Ki-1, medium bomber the Mitsubishi Ki-2, logically, being asked also a light bomber, which had to fulfil as far as possible tactical tasks.

    The development was entrusted to the factory Kawasaki Kokuki Kabushiki Kaisha, there was already, on its own initiative developed the project of the German designer dr. Richard Vogta, which assisted already at that time an experienced engineer Takeo Doi.
    The prototype with the designation of the KDA-6, fully based on their previous structures, which arose at the turn of the twenties and thirties. The main characters were robusnost and as with all single-engine constructions of the Kawasaki was used inline engine, which propagátorm and a supporter of the factory Kawasaki was.

    After tests in 1933 was a bomber accepted into the arms as "light army bomber type 93" and in the newly established system of labelling Kitai got the designations Ki-3.
    Production of the Ki-3 are sold all from the January, 1934, and lasted less than fifteen months and already one year after the completion of the production, therefore, in the year of 1936 is considered to be outdated, it served, however, in the chinese battlefield in the first line until 1938.

    The bomber showed a fairly decent flight characteristics, but undermined it rather the fault of the engine, namely, his compressor, it was also the main cause why this Type of 93-1 nedoznal great popularity, both in flying and ground personnel. In the service was replaced by the modern types of Mitsubishi Ki-30 Ann Type 97 and Kawasaki Ki-32 Mary Type 98.

    sources:
    Robert C. Mikesh, Japanese Aircraft 1910-1941 US Naval Institute Press, 1990, ISBN:10-1557505632
    www.aviastar.org
    http://www.hikotai.net/datasheets/ki3.htm
    the archive of the author
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    Photos Of The Kawasaki Ki-3
    resources Used:
    Robert C Mikesh and Shorzoe Abe:“Japanese Aircraft 1910-1941“; Putnam Aeronautical Books, 1990; ISBN: 1557505632
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