|Wing Load (kg/m2)||101|
|Power load (kg/hp)||5.0|
Torpedo bomber, developed by V.M.Myasischev (since March 1934). It was similar to the SB, but larger and had generally more advanced design. Radiators were placed inside of the wing with intakes on the leading edge. Two torpedoes (or bombs) were placed inside the fuselage side-by-side.
Test flights started in June 1936. During 14th flight (pilot A.P.Chernavskij) aircraft caught flatter (due to incomplete weight ailerons balancing) and was 'disintegrated' in air. Despite performance was promising and series production already started, all works on the T-1 were cancelled.
|Created April 9, 1997
Modified August 18, 1998;