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MessageSujet: Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects   Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects EmptySam 18 Mai 2013 - 3:37

Hi,

Mr. Francois Denhaut was a great French designer,he worked for many companies and also he had his own firm, he designed with Bellanger many projects;

1- single-engined four seat tourist biplane project of 1919.
2- twin-engined flying boat biplane project.
3- twin-engined Amphibian biplane project.
4- two seat glider biplane,actually built.
5- four-engined submersible biplane project,(I translate it by my self,but not sure).

Also in 1930,he designed a three engined torpedo bomber flying boat project, intended to compete in 1930 contest.

The aircraft actually built by Bellanger-Denhaut was the BD.22 flying boat.

Source; Francois Denhaut createur d'Hydravions

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Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects BDAmphibian_zps30aee7bb

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MessageSujet: Re: Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects   Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects EmptySam 18 Mai 2013 - 14:05

Hi,

Thank you for these data.

For your n°5, the title of the picture is not "SUBMARIN" but "SURMARIN" : the plane is not submersible (sub = under)! The French "SUR" means ABOVE. IMHO, SURMARIN is just for a plane which can float, take off from and "landing" on the sea (kind of quaint way to name a sea plane...).

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MessageSujet: Re: Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects   Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects EmptySam 18 Mai 2013 - 20:30

Thank you Shadoko for your explanation.
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MessageSujet: Re: Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects   Denhaut & Bellanger-Denhaut Aircraft & Projects EmptyMar 22 Aoû 2017 - 19:32

Hi,

DD.1 was a 80 hp Le Rhone engined single seat flying boat
DD.2 was a 160 hp Canton-Unne engined two-seat anti-submarine flying boat
DD.3 was a 140/150 hp HS two-seat flying boat biplane
DD.4 was a 160 hp Lorraine engined two-seat flying boat biplane
DD.5 ------?
DD.6 was a 200 hp HS engined two-seat high speed recce flying boat
DD.7 was a 200 hp HS engined three-seat bomber and maritime flying boat
DD.8 was a 200 hp HS engined two-seat bomber flying boat
DD.9 was a 275 hp HS engined three-seat combat biplane flying boat
DD.10 was a 400 hp HS twin engined patrol flying boat
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