2 edition of Fokker: the creative years. found in the catalog.
Fokker: the creative years.
A. R. Weyl
|Statement||Edited by J. M. Bruce.|
|LC Classifications||TL540.F6 W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||420|
|LC Control Number||67003529|
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Author A.R. Weyl (Fokker: the creative years, Putnam ) says that, while Fokker was a talented and bold pilot, his business character was more flawed. He failed to reinvest war profits back into his factory which consequentially struggled to fulfill war contracts as the factory floor was often muddled with prototype development and. German Fokker E III Monoplane, GERMANY - APRIL The Fokker E III Monoplane was designed for the German air forces by the Dutch aeroplane designer Anthony Fokker. The E III, or Eindecker (one-wing) was a highly significant development in military aviation.
Thereafter, the AI and AII went to training units only, though at least one (A/14) was issued to a Naval coastal defence unit. The AI was used as a trainer, particularly at the Fokker school Schwerin, until the end of Similarly the Halberstadt school used the AII. References: Fokker: . The Fokker F Promotor, first flown in , was a single-engined, twin-boomed, four-passenger monoplane with a pusher engine mounted at the rear of a central was of wooden construction and has fitted with a retractable nosewheel feature of the design was that instead of a 2 + 2 seating, the pilot sat in front to the left, and all three passengers were on a bench.
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About this Item: Putnam Aeronautical, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. This book records in intimate detail the formative years of the Fokker company and tells, more than any other history, the story of the men and the aircraft whose work and achievements made that company one of the greatest aircraft companies in the world.
Contains a vast amount of detailed data about Fokker's life and work and his aeroplanes, from the early Spiders to post-war Fokker machines. It This book records in intimate detail the formative years of the Fokker company and tells the story of the men and the aircraft whose work and achievements made that company one of the greatest aircraft Ratings: 0.
Fokker: the creative years. London, Putnam  (OCoLC) Named Person: Anthony H G Fokker; Anthony H G Fokker: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A R Weyl.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Fokker: the creative years. New York, Funk & Wagnalls [, ©] (OCoLC) Named Person: Anthony H G Fokker; Anthony H G Fokker: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A R Weyl.
“Fokker The Creative Years,” by A. Weyl. (Putnam & Co. Ltd., 42, Great Russell Street, London, W.C 84s.) This is another excellent aviation book, different in conception from “In Full Flight,” for it is in the Putnam documentary series which means that it contains a vast amount of detailed data about Fokker’s life Fokker: the creative years.
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Fokker: The Creative Years by Alfred Richard Weyl starting at $ Fokker: The Creative Years has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Author A.R. Weyl (Fokker: the creative years, Putnam ) says that, while Fokker was a talented and bold pilot, his business character was more flawed.
He failed to reinvest war profits back into his factory which consequentially struggled to fulfill war contracts as the factory floor was often muddled with prototype development and Born: Anton Herman Gerard Fokker, 6 April.
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Reinhold Platz was among the first to learn about the new acethylen welding process developed by the French *pioneer Fouché and eventually became one of the leading welding experts in Germany. It was Alfred Richard Weyl with his book "Fokker - The Creative Years" that placed Reinhold Platz that high in history.
My first post. As a glider pilot, I have always been intrigued by the Fokker V30 conversion of a Fokker I am aware that Weyls book, Fokker the Creative Years, is somewhat unreliable and wondered if the story about it being part of the development of a glider bomb was correct and which aircraft was actually planned as the towplane.
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The Fokker (Fokker designation M) was a German single-seat fighter aircraft of World War was the last Fokker front-line design to use wing warping for roll control as originally designed, before ailerons had been introduced to Fokker combat cturer: Fokker-Flugzeugwerke.
Design and development. Inthe US Army Air Service evaluated the Fokker parasol monoplane, and the biplane, both fighters handed over to it after the Armistice with Germany that ended World War placed an order for two examples of a parasol monoplane fighter based on the design of thebut powered by an American-built Hispano-Suiza V-8 engine, for cturer: Fokker.
Don't know if this will be helpful, but I found the following description in A. Weyl's ca. book "Fokker - The Creative Years" (Appendix IV.
The Fokker D.V (Fokker designation M) was a German biplane fighter of World War I. A biplane is a fixed-wing aircraft with two main wings stacked one above the other. The first powered, controlled aeroplane to fly, the Wright Flyer, used a biplane wing arrangement, as did many aircraft in the early years of aviation.
Page 26 – Sadly the myth about Platz being the designer at the Fokker factory is perpetuated here. This information comes from the long discredited book written by Weyl called “Fokker – The Creative Years”. Page 38 – This is definitely not FI /The Fokker (Fokker designation M) was a German single-seat fighter aircraft of World War I.
The M began as an effort to improve the performance of the Fokker (Fokker designation M). The M featured the Oberursel cylinder, two-row rotary engine, combined with the two-bay wing cellule of the Fokker D.I.
The engine, first used in the Fokkerrequired a Designer: Martin Kreutzer.Fokker This is, perhaps, the finest example of a CFS2 WW1 aircraft available today for freeware. Although I must admit that I download few WW1 aircraft, the Fokker with its photograph-like realism and incredible details are simply amazing.