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A French All‐metal Fighter: The Twin‐Engined Multi‐Seater Bréguet 410 of Mixed Steel and Duralumin Construction

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology

ISSN: 0002-2667

Article publication date: 1 May 1932

Abstract

THE Bréguet 410 multiplace de combat is a twin‐engine sesquiplane recently completed by this firm. It is the latest of a series of all‐metal military types of which the Bréguet 27, known as the “Tout Acier” (described in AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING, Vol. I, July, 1929, p. 181, and Vol. II, September, 1930, pp. 219–222) was the prototype. Among the features in the 410 derived from preceding developments of this type of Bréguet design are the beam fuselage, the undercarriage, the incidence adjustment of the top wing and the single‐unit construction of the lower wing built up round a girder.

Citation

(1932), "A French All‐metal Fighter: The Twin‐Engined Multi‐Seater Bréguet 410 of Mixed Steel and Duralumin Construction", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Vol. 4 No. 5, pp. 115-116. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb029543

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