The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-3

The Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-3 was developed from the JagdgruppeI./JG.51 in the 1942. The fighter used a BMW engine. This engine was a great advantage over the Bf 109s water-cooled Daimler Benz. The BMW engine was very bulky and acted as a protection for the pilot. The damages during the combat can be sustained for a long time due to the bulkiness of the engine.The tales of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-3 are spread so that it can make a back to back base. Even though the engine was bulky the aircraft could still glide when the engine failed. This allowed belly landing of the plane safe enough. The bulk in the front would clear all obstacles and the pilot could be saved in most cases. One of the difficulties in handling the plane was in the ground clearing.

Proper balance has to be maintained during the take offs with the tail since the front is too bulky. The large engine in the front also obstructed the view of the pilot. The plane will dig and dip if it is raised to soon. The Fw 190 was ideal for combat in low level situations.

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The fighter was not too effective after a height of 20000 feet. The Allied forces had aircrafts effective at higher altitude. Hence the Germans mostly used these aircrafts in the Eastern side. It was loaded with two 7.9mm machine guns and four 20mm cannon and was suitable for the conditions in the East.

The redesign of the older version began in 1937. The designer Focke-Wulf prepared seven models of the plane to Luftwaffe in March 1940. But there we're several problems in the design of Fw 190A-0. After several changes the Fw 190 program was finally approved.


Posted in Transportation/Automotive Post Date 05/25/2015






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