Fundamentals of Aerodynamics CNATRA P-202 by U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

By U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY

CNATRA P-202 - basics of Aerodynamics 1998 (REPRINT).. free LEAF UNBOUND variation NO BINDER.

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Note the old-style black-outlined insignia on this Yak-lB. Yak-7A production fighter The Yak-7 underwent serious alterations in 1942. Whereas at the beginning of the year it still retained all the features of its predecessorthe fighter trainer, at the end of the year it was transformed into one of the best fighters of its time. This was accompanied by an appreciable increase in the number of machines manufactured. While the output of Yakovlev fighters totalled a mere six to seven machines during the winter months of 1942 (Plant No.

The acceptance document stated: These special features of the Yak-7 made it a promising machine and made it possible to develop a number of versions' (sic; the use of the past tense in the quotation is incongruous - translator's note). As for performance, the characteristics of the Yak-7 proved to be very similar to those of the Yak-1 fighter. At an all-up weight of 2,960 kg (6,527Ib), which was 160 kg (353 Ib) higher than that of the Yak-7UTI, the Yak-7 fighter attained a maximum speed of 471 kmlh (293 mph) at sea level and 560 kmlh (348 mph) at 5,000 m (16,400 ft).

Here a curious occurrence took place: errors slipped into the texts of the directives. According to these texts, Plant 301 in Moscow and then, after evacuation, Plant 153 in Novosibirsk were to manufacture Yak-1 fighters! In actual fact the Yak-1 was never built there, but fighters manufactured at these plants were entered into statistical reports under this designation. In reality, the collective of the Plant built 186 Yak-7s in Moscow (51 of them with armament) and 21 in Novosibirsk (including 11 fighters).

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