General Information
Type Anito-1, Aviavnito-1
Function General
Year 1935
Crew 1
Powerplant
Type M-11
Power at 0m 100hp
Size
Length 8.4m
Height ?m
Wingspan 12.6m
Wing area 24m2
Weights and loads
Empty 815kg
Loaded 1160kg
Wing Load (kg/m2) 48.3
Power load (kg/hp) 11.6
Speed
at 0m 204km/h
Landing 60km/h
Roll
Landing 120m 14sec
Takeoff 190m 15sec
Range
Practical 666km
Ceiling
Ceiling 5040m
Climb
1000m ?min
Payload
Fuel+Oil 86+14 kg
Cargo ?kg
Seats 2

Aviavnito-1 (Anito-1) by N.K.Nurov and S.A.Elibekian

30k b/w photo from "Russian Civil and Military aircraft 1884~1969", p.132

Anito-1 (Aviavnito-1) was designed for participation in the Light Safe Airplane contest, called by Osoaviakhim in 1934. Low wing monoplane with 3-seat enclosed cabin could be used for liaison, sport, tourism. Cabin floor had a hatch for parachuting people or cargo.

Fuselage - variable-thickness wooden monocoque of oval cross-section. Two-spar wing (plywood skinning) carried ailerons and large-span landing flap. Ailerons and tail controls were covered with fabric. Fixed main undercarriage was fitted with airdynamic fairings. Rubber cord shock absorbers - hidden in the fuselage.

Being of wooden design, Anito-1 was somewhat large for 100hp engine, but clean lines and high assembly quality guaranteed high performance. Strength and reliability of construction were tested in the 1935 (September 5 to 9). Aircraft participated in the circuit flight endurance contest and finished second.

PredecessorsModifications
None none
References
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.1 p.539,540
  • "Russian Civil and Military aircraft 1884~1969" by Heinz J.Nowarra and G.R.Duval, pp.129, 130, 132;
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