Technical data
Type '110', STO-10
Function Fighter
Year 1942
Crew 1
Engines 1*1400hp M-107P
Length 9.9m
Wingspan 10.2m
Wing area 18.7m2
Empty weight 3285kg
Loaded weight 3980kg
Wing Load (kg/m2) 214
Power load (kg/hp) 2.8
Speed at 0m 508km/h
Speed at 6000m 610km/h
Landing Speed 140km/h
Ceiling 10000m
3000m 4.0min
5000m 7.0min
Fuel+Oil 410+35 kg
Guns 1*20mm ShVAK
2*12.7mm UB
2*7.62mm ShKAS (later deleted)
Bombs 500kg

'110' by D.L.Tomashevich

40k b/w picture from "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.2 p.268

Single-seater fighter created by detained team. It was powered by 1*1400hp M-107P engine, heavily armed, well protected and with long operation range. Aircraft was designed for mass production by minimal skill workers.

Powerplant with radiator and propeller, control system, wings, tail section of fuselage were manufactured separately and than put together without any fitting. All production cycle was split into separate procedures, no longer than 3min each.

Radiator was installed under the engine, adding distinctive 29dm2 'beard'. Four fuel tanks (protected against 12.7mm ammunition) located in wings. Pilot seat protected by 13mm armor.

Protection, armament, range and simplicity were achieved on expense of the weight and size. '110' was bigger and heavier than other Soviet fighters of the time. Nonetheless, it successfully passed all trials in 1943.

In 1942 there already were some successful fighters in production, and the I-110 remained a prototype. The fact that M-107P engine was not yet ready for mass production also contributed to '110' cancellation.

  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.2 p.267-268;
  • I-110
  • I-110, Tomashevich

  • Created January 25, 1996
    Modified September 28, 1998
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