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Название: Focke-Wulf Ta 152: Ta 152A Ta 152B Ta 152C Ta 152E Ta 152H Ta 153
Автор: Malcolm V Lowe
Издательство: MARK I Ltd. / 4+ Publications
Серия: 4+ Publications
ISBN: 978 8086637075
Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 58
Размер: 57,7 MB
One of the finest finest fighter aircraft of World War Two was the Focke-Wulf Fw 190. Created by a design team under the inspired and highly-capable design of Kurt Tank, The Fw 190 was an extremely successful fighter that entered front-line Luftwaffe service in the late summer of 1941. Approximately 20,000 examples of the Fw 190 were built in several distinct versions ( the exact number of FW 190s that were built will never be known for sure due to loss of many important documents, the recycling of older airframes into new versions, and other related reasons), and the type was a capable adversary for the best of the Allies' fighters for significant stages during the rest of the war. Design work on the Fw 190 began in the later 1930s, and the first flight was made in June 1939. The type was powered by the BMW 801 14-cylinder air-cooled radial engine, and to begin with the main production mode of this engine that was used in many of the fighter versions of the Fw 190, the BMW 801D of some 1,268 kW (1,700 hp), with a two-stage supercharger, gave the FW 190 a good performance margin over contemporary Allied fighters such as the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.V.