Technical data
Type Guep-1
Function trainer
Year 1933
Crew 2
Engines 1*100hp M-11
Length ?m
Height ?m
Wingspan ?m
Wing area ?m2
Empty weight 615kg
Loaded weight 880kg
Wing Load (kg/m2) ?
Power load (kg/hp) 8.8
Speed at 0m 160km/h
Landing Speed 70km/h
Landing Roll 120m 10sec
Takeoff Roll 100m 10sec
Range 500km
Flight Endurance 3.0h
Ceiling 3500m
Climb
1000m 8min
2000m 18min
3000m 36min
Payload
Fuel+Oil 190kg

Guep-1 by Friedrich Guep

22k b/w picture from "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.1 p.480

German designer Friedrich Guep was invited in 1932 to work within the GVF system. He brought with him a project of light aircraft, which was built in very short time at ZOK NII GVF.

Guep-1 was a monoplane of mixed construction. Fuselage had wielded steel tube frame, strut-braced wooden wing had constant chord. All skin - fabric.

Aircraft was used as a trainer for several years since 1933. It was very stable and had good handling.


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ReferencesLinks
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.1 p.481-482;
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