Gnome Monosoupape, engine

Code:RN621
ManufacturersRoden
Country:Ukraine
Price:$18.40
Status:
In stock
Scale:1:32
This product was added to our catalog on 29 March, 2011
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The Gnome Monosoupape was a French rotary engine of the WWI era, designed by Laurent Seguin following previous developments of the Gnome. In comparison with its predecessors, the construction of the Monosoupape differed in one major respect – with only a single exhaust valve, the role of the inlet valve was played by the piston of the cylinder itself. The Gnome Monosoupape engine was installed in such famous aircraft of the early stages of WWI as the Airco DH2 and the Vickers FB5. This engine also powered another well-known fighter, the Nieuport 28.

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