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The K-7 was a heavy experimental aircraft designed and tested in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s. K-7 was of unusual configuration with twin booms and large underwing pods housing fixed landing gear and machine gun turrets. In the passenger version, seats were arranged inside the 7 ft 7 in thick wings. The airframe was welded from KhMA chrome-molybdenum steel. The original design called for six engines in the wing leading edge but when the projected loaded weight was exceeded, two more engines were added to the trailing edges of each wing, one right and one left of the central passenger pod. K-7 first flew on 11 August 1933. Then on 21 November 1933 the aircraft crashed due to structural failure of one of the tail booms, killing 14 people aboard and one on the ground. Although two more prototypes were ordered in 1933, the project was canceled in 1935 before they could be completed.
Kalinin K-7, Калинин К-7 Russian gigant Bomber RC Model Airplane with 7x Engines 3x in front of every Wing and one behind to Push the Airplane Spannweite/Wingspan. over 5meter Länge/Length. ??? Gewicht/Weight. ??? Pilot. Rainer Mattle MORE RC AIRPLANE, CLICK HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_j1EP5gwqA&list=PLkfYdREELTSlnGRxBJHr4p3OwwnC-nsLJ&index=2
Today, we fly the freeware Kalinin K-7. We take a short flight around Duluth, MN for a water landing and then attempted runway landing! v11.10 HD Mesh v4 SkyMaxx Pro v4.6 Kalinin K-7 (Freeware) Twitter: https://twitter.com/15nm_Arc
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Russian Army(Russia Country). First flight (1933) Status (Destroyed in crash) Number built (1)
Unusual Russian Planes Russian army was by the idea of creating huge planes. At that times they were proposed to have as much propellers as possible to help carrying those huge flying fortresses into the air, jet propulsion has not been implemented at those times yet. Not much photos were saved since that times, because of the high secrecy levels of such projects and because a lot of time passed already. Still on the photo below you can see one of such planes - a heavy bomber K-7. Now modern history lovers in Russia try to reconstruct according the plans left in once to be top-secret Russian army archives their look in full color. This is one example based on ideas of Russian aviation engineers of that times.