Stampe et Vertongen SV-4
Страна: Бельгия
Год: 1933

Пилотажный, туристический и учебно-тренировочный самолет
Stampe. Самолеты

   После того как Ренар перешел в компанию "Societe Anonyme des Avions et Moteurs Renard", основанную Жоржем Ренаром и Альфредом Ренаром, обозначения самолетов изменили на SV.
   В 1933 году появился самолет SV.4 - легкий туристический и учебно-тренировочный биплан, прототип которого оснащался двигателем de Havilland Gipsy III мощностью 120 л.с. Самолет вначале выпускался в варианте пилотажного SV.4A с двигателем Renault 4-PO5 мощностью 140 л. с., а затем - в варианте SV.4B, имевшем перепроектированные крылья, двигатель Gipsy Major I мощностью 130 л.с. и уменьшенные размеры. До Второй мировой войны построили 35 самолетов, а еще 65 машин после войны построила "Stampe et Renard", образованная путем слияния "Stampe et Vertongen" и "SA Avions et Moteurs Renard". Кроме того, SV.4 строился после войны по лицензии под обозначением SV.4C - с двигателем Renault 4-Pei мощностью 140 л. с. Самолет строила французская SNCAN и алжирская "Atelier Industriel de l'Aeronautique d'Alger"; всего выпущено 940 машин.
   После войны компания "Stampe et Renard" не смогла повторить предвоенный успех, а построенный в единственном экземпляре SV.4D с двигателем Mathis мощностью 175 л.с. интереса не вызвал.


   Stampe et Vertongen SV.4B

   Тип: пилотажный, туристический и учебно-тренировочный самолет
   Силовая установка: один рядный ПД de Havilland Gipsy Major I мощностью 130 л. с. (97 кВт)
   Летные характеристики: максимальная скорость 200 км/ч; практический потолок 5500 м
   Масса: пустого 480 кг; максимальная взлетная 780 кг
   Размеры: размах крыльев 8,40 м; длина 6,50 м; высота 2,60 м; площадь крыльев 19,00 м2
Данный SV.4C строился французской компанией SNCAN и в конце 1940-х - начале 1950-х годов использовался в качестве учебно-тренировочного французской пилотажной группой "Patrouille d'Etampes".
Наряду со старомодным Tiger Moth, для пилотажных тренировок часто используется Stampe SV-4. Большинство сохранившихся самолетов было построено во Франции после второй мировой войны. Хотя изначально машина двухместная, Stampe, представленный здесь моделью SV-4C, используется во время пилотажных выступлений с передней кабиной, закрытой обтекателем. Уменьшение массы дает определенные преимущества.
The photo, by RICHARD WINSLADE, catches Stampe SV-4B G-AWEF as it climbs into a loop, and was taken from another of its kind.
A last look at a lone Rothmans Stampe, now, like its sister aircraft, superseded by the team's set of Pitts Specials.
Данный двухместный SV.4B был построен в 1952 году и использовался бельгийскими ВВС. Сегодня он входит в число летающих раритетов, имеет гражданскую регистрацию и несет военные опознавательные знаки.
One of the few European aircraft present was this Stampe SV-4C, "Chinatown"
The three Stampe/S.E.5A conversions for the film Aces High set out from Booker on a "dawn patrol".
A unique formation of Tiger Club aircraft, comprising five Tiger Moths, six Rollason Turbulents and five Stampes.
This month's slightly off-beat (for us at least) front cover was taken by DAVID HIGGS, the begoggled chap sitting in the front seat of the Stampe. masquerading as Biggles during shooting of the film of the same name.
A second look at our cover photograph. The evil von Stalhein, alias stunt pilot John Jordan in his Stearman G-AROY, chases Biggles, alias (in this case) photographer David Higgs.
A shot from the spectacular low-flying chase sequence with Stuart Goldspink in the Stampe being pursued by John Jordan in the Boeing Stearman - the wingtips of which are just visible on the left.
Von Stalhein's view of Biggles' gunner.
Biggles, played in the film by Neil Dickson, stands by his trusty aeroplane - Stampe G-BXNW, modified to carry a Scarff-type gun ring. Relatively modern aircraft were chosen for the flying sequences, with First World War types from the Shuttleworth Collection lending authenticity in ground scenes.
Fokker Dr I and Ryan NYP replicas in the first of the Luftfahrtmuseum Laatzen-Hannover's two exhibition halls, with a Stampe visible at lower right.
Этот SV.4 в годы войны использовался британскими ВВС - два бельгийских летчика перегнали его в Великобританию после вторжения немецких войск в Бельгию.
An American registered Stampe in picturesque setting over California, photographed by HOWARD LEVY.
Stampe et Vertongen S.V.4B.
The Tiger Club's SNCAN SV-4B Stampe, G-AWEF, inverted near its Redhill base.
The late Neil Williams flying G-AXYW over Blackbushe in 1970, shortly after the formation of the Rothmans aerobatic team.
The late Neil Williams flying G-AXYW over Blackbushe in 1970, shortly after the formation of the Rothmans aerobatic team.
The same aircraft, now VH-BVU and living in Australia.
Personalised Stampe SV-4B G-OODE, ex G-AZNN, flying at Henlow 9/7/77;
A good turnout for Stampe duty at the Stampe Club's Old Warden meeting on October 4, 1986.
The Collection's de Havilland Dragon Rapide Blue Way in company with two of the numerous la Ferte Stampes.
The Stampe-et-Vertongen S.V.4-B Two-seat Light Biplane (130 h.p. D.H."Gipsy-Major" engine).
The De Havilland Tiger Moth's influence on foreign design is exemplified by the Belgian Stampe-et-Vertongen S.V. 4-B, which has the same power plant - the Gipsy Major of 130 h.p.
Though there were some truly stunning photographs of aeroplanes, many of them did not really convey the magic of flight. This was not so with the winning entry, that submitted by Mrs Enid Typson of Edenbridge. Her winning photograph was taken at Redhill aerodrome in September 1983 and vividly conveyed the magic of flight. It was voted a clear winner.
SV-4 летал в паре с американским "Стирманом"...
Stampe G-AZSA in wartime colours and carrying the markings MX457 to represent OO-ATD which escaped to England 5/7/41 to become the R.A.F.’s only Stampe;
The aircraft was among the many visitors to the PFA Rally at Cranfield early in July 1987; Stampe SV-4C G-BMNV is the first in the UK to be fitted with a Lycoming engine in place of the normal Renault engine
One of the Biggles film aircraft was Stampe G-BXNW, complete with "Scarff ring”
Stampe “G-EQHF" over Crotia, piloted by Dave Perrin
John Emilyanyck flying PPS Stampe/“S.E.5A" G-AWXZ during the filming of High Road to China, Jugoslavia 1982. The aircraft represents the machine flown by First World War Ace “von Hest”.
The three Stampe/S.E.5As in echelon.
Vima G-BAAY under fire from an "S.E.5A.”
Tables turned. The Vima hot on an S.E.5A’s tail.
A fourth S.E.5A positioned for filming close-ups of the "in-flight bale-out” of a flaming stuntman.
Malcolm McDowell, alias "Gresham” in his S.E.5A cockpit.
Stuart Goldspink in the Stampe being hotly pursued by John Jordan over the wintry Bedfordshire countryside.
The winner of the Konica Camera Competition was James G. Aiderton of West Norwood, London SE27. His entry was taken from a Stampe biplane inverted near Redhill on August 26, 1981. The lovely, joyful lady in the back seat just happens to be called Joy, though this fact did not influence the judges. Mr Aiderton thus wins the Konica FS-1 35mm single-lens reflex camera.
N.H. Carroll's photograph of Stampe pilot David Shires over Essex in June 1981.
The French pilot of this Stampe hit the trees at 100ft but escaped injury.
THE LINDSAY AIR FORCE OVER FOLLY FARM, HUNGERFORD. The aircraft collection of the late Hon Patrick Lindsay. "This was a truly wonderful assignment, which took over a year to complete. One reason for this was that I so enjoyed clambering over and studying Patrick's aeroplanes that I was in no hurry to complete the painting Because every machine had a special significance for its owner, I wanted each to be seen clearly, hence I drew them in this close formation The collection in 1983 was, from left to right Sopwith Triplane; S E.5a, Hawker Fury, Fiat G.46; Fieseler Storch; Spitfire IA; Harvard, Great Lakes 2T-1A, Morane MS 230, Pilatus P.2; Stampe SV-4. The S.E.5a and Fury were unfinished while I was working on the picture, so the markings are fictitious. The following year, 1984, I completed an even more complicated painting, of Patrick Lindsay's automobile collection, in which I included the Spitfire, the Morane and the Manning-Flanders Monoplane replica which Patrick flew across the Channel in 1984 to commemorate Bleriot's historic first crossing in 1909". Philip Castle