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Bo 46: two-seat all-metal research helicopter

Bo 70 : heavy crane helicopter with low-pressure tip-driven rotor
Bo 87 : research helicopter developed from Bo-46
Bo 102 Heli-Trainer : single-seat light helicopter
Bo 103 : flying version of Bo-102 with open co.ckpit
Bo 104 : proposed 2-seat light helicopter with two 120 h.p. NSU-Wankel rotary engines
Bo 105 : light helicopter with 4/5 seat
Bo 106 : Bo-105 with wider main cabin module and two additional (total 7) seats
Bo 107 : medium transport helicopter, led to MBB-Kawasaki BK-117
Bo 108 : developed from Bo-105 as 7-seat helicopter with redesigned streamlined nose
BN-109 : projected 4-seat helicopter consider scaled-down Bo-105, developed with Nurtanio
Bo 110 : ?
Bo 111: ?
Bo 112 : ?
Bo 113 : ?
Bo 114 : ?
Bo 115 : attack helicopter to compete with Westland-VFW P-277
Bo 116 : ?
BK-117 : MBB & Kawasaki medium transport helicopter with 11-seat capacity
Bo 118 : ?
Bo 119 : ?
Bo 120 : developed in 1969 for the BMVg high speed helicopter program, based on the Bo-46
Bo 125 : proposal for an European transport helicopter of the third generation, 1981
Bo 130 : ?
Bo 140Z : civil tiltwing project
Bo 140M : military tiltwing project
Bo 205 : 2/3-seat light aircraft project (1962), developed to the LFU (=Leichtflugtechnik-Union) LFU 205 V3
Bo 207 : the source "Ludwig Bolkow und sein Werk - Ottobrunner Innovationen", by Gersdorff, uses consequently the designation Bolkow 207 (without "Bo-"), four-seater was founded on the Klemm Kl 107 C, first flight on 10 Oct 1960
Bo 208 "Junior" : license production of the Swedish MFI 9
Bo 209 "Monsun" : serial production (100 aircraft were built, plus a single aircraft in 1973/74) of the amateur aircraft MHK 101 V2
Bo 210 : other designation for the projected MHK 102 V1


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Commander31 wrote:
Bo 120 : developed in 1969 for the BMVg high speed helicopter program, based on the Bo-46

 

Full designation is Bo 120 X1.

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I just found out about the P-250, it appears to be missing from the list.

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I just found out about the P-250, it appears to be missing from the list.


 

The P-250 was not a rotorcraft, it was a surface-to-air missile that led to the developed of the Roland missile.



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My list. Rotorcraft only! So expect a few gaps.

 

Bolkow Bo X - Heavy flying crane with low-pressure tip-driven rotor, further researched under Bo 70 heading.

Bolkow Flying Jeep - Flying jeep multirole platform.

  • ? - 110 hp diesel-powered compressor provided compressed air to rotors.
  • ? - Rotor drive system devised by Dr. Heidelberg.

Bolkow Bo 46 - Two-seat all-metal research helicopter.

  • MBB Bo 120 - See below.

Bolkow Bo 70 - Heavy flying crane with low-pressure tip-driven rotor.

Bolkow Bo 87 - Research helicopter developed from Bo 46.

Bolkow Bo 102 "Heli-Trainer" - Single-seat light helicopter powered by a 40hp ILO piston engine.

Bolkow Bo 103 - Larger version of Bo 102 with Agusta GA V, four-cylinder, double-piston engine.

Bolkow Bo 104 - Proposed 2-seat light helicopter with two 120 h.p. NSU-Wankel rotary engines.

MBB Bo 105 - Light helicopter with 4/5 seats.

  • Bo 105 V-1 - First prototype fitted with a conventional Westland Scout articulated rotor, destroyed by ground resonance during initial trials.
  • Bo 105 V-2 - Second prototype with a pair of Allison 250-C18 turbines and a four-blade rigid rotor.
  • Bo 105 V-3 - Third prototype with two German-built MAN-Turbo 6022 turbines.
  • Bo 105 V-4 - Fourth prototype with two Allison 250-C20 turbines, led to development of the Bo 105C.
  • Bo 105 V-5 - Fifth prototype...apparently. (?)
  • Bo 105A - First production model primarily for civil use and equipped with two Allison 250-C18 turbine engines.
  • Bo 105C - Initial version. Developed in 1972 and equipped with two Allison 250-C20 turbines engines.
  • Bo 105CB - Light observation, utility transport version. Developed in 1976 and equipped with two Allison 250-C20B turbine engines.
  • Bo 105CBS - Utility transport version, with the fuselage stretched by 10 inches for emergency medical service duties.
  • Bo.105CBS Twin Jet II - ?
  • Bo 105CBS-5 - SAR version of the Bo 105CBS.
  • Bo 105D - UK certified offshore version.
  • Bo 105LS - Canadian-built version of Bo 105CBS with increased power. (Really? When LS is clearly "Lift Stretch", as in these following ones? It doesn't make sense!)
  • Bo 105LS A1 - Developed in 1984 with stretched fuselage and two Allison 250-C28C turbine engines.
  • Bo 105LS B-1 - Testbed C-FMCL, powered by two 307kW Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 205B turboshafts.
  • Bo 105LS A2 - ?
  • Bo 105LS A3 - Developed in 1986 with maximum take-off weight increased to 2,600 kg.
  • Bo 105LS A3 "Superlifter" - Developed in 1995 with maximum mission weight increased to 2,850 kg.
  • Bo 105P (PAH-1) - Anti-tank version of Bo 105M armed with wire-guided HOT ATGMs (HOT2 for the upgraded A1 version). Most replaced by Eurocopter Tiger. Outphased PAHs to be disarmed and downgraded to the VBH version.
  • Bo 105P (PAH-1A1) - Improved anti-tank version for the German Army, fitted with six HOT missile tubes.
  • Bo 105P (PAH-1 Phase 2) - Proposed night attack version for the German Army.
  • Bo 105P / BSH - Proposed escort version for the German Army, armed with Stinger air-to-air missiles.
  • Bo 105M - Army designation VBH (Verbindungshubschrauber; 'liaison chopper'), light transport and surveillance helicopter. Outphased and replaced by disarmed and modified PAH-1.
  • Bo 105 "Ophelia" - Test and trials aircraft fitted with a mast-mounted sight.
  • Bo 105ATH - Anti-tank version for the Spanish Army.
  • Bo 105GSH - Armed scout version for the Spanish Army.
  • Bo 105LOH - Observation version for the Spanish Army.
  • Bo 105MSS - Maritime version, fitted a search radar.
  • NBO-105 - Manufactured by IPTN under licence from MBB (now Eurocopter) since 1976. Originally NBO-105CB, but stretched NBO-105CBS available from 101st aircraft onwards.
  • NBO-105S - Stretched version.
  • Bo 105 "Executaire" - Boeing-Vertol and Carson Helicopters 24.5 cm stretched version under license as Executaire in attempt to break into the U.S. light helicopter market, but sales were dismal.
  • Bo 105E-4 - 12 German Army Bo-105Ps with better performance and avionics.
  • EC-Super Five - High performance version of the Bo 105CBS.
  • Bo-105 KLH - License-produced combat version of CBS-5 custom-fitted with Korean mission equipment package including communication, navigation, electronic warfare and target acquisition system, to meet Republic of Korea Army's operational requirements. KLH also has greatly improved rotor blade and transmission system. 12 are in service.
  • KWS-1 - Upgrade program from late 1980s with installation of a digital weapon system, reduction in launcher weight, improved cooling unit, newly developed main rotor blades, and an increase in MTOW to 2,500kg. (Must be early program name to Bo 105LS A3, see above)
  • Bo 105HGH - (Hochgeschwindigkeits Hubschrauber: High Speed Helicopter), test aircraft fitted with wings to research improvements to the Bo 105's performance. Continued work as a rotor testbed.
  • Bo 106 - Bo 105 with widened cabin to seat 7, intended for production but not proceeded with. Powered by two 420shp Allison 250-C20B turboshafts.

MBB Bo 107 - Medium transport helicopter, led to MBB-Kawasaki BK-117.

MBB Bo 108 - Flight test helicopter developed from Bo 105 with 7 seats and streamlined nose. Engine compartment designed to allow two Allison 250 C20-R, Turbomeca TM319, or Pratt & Whitney PW205B/1 engines.

MBB / Nurtanio BN 109 - Projected 4-seat scaled-down Bo-105, developed with Nurtanio.

MBB Bo 110 - ?

MBB Bo 112 - ?

MBB Bo 113 - ?

MBB Bo 114 - ?

MBB Bo 115 - Tandem-seat attack helicopter to compete with Westland-VFW P-277, and starting point of development of the Eurocopter Tiger.

MBB Bo 116 - ?

MBB-Kawasaki BK-117 - Medium transport helicopter with 11-seat capacity. (Aparently developed from Japanese KH-7 project, any info on that?????)

  • BK117 P-2 (D-HBKA) - German prototype, first flown 13 June 1979.
  • BK117 P-3 (JQ0003) - Japanese prototype, first flown 10 August 1979.
  • BK117 S-01 (D-HDRF) - Initial pre-production version.
  • BK117 A-1 - Initial production version powered by two Lycoming LTS 101-650B-1 engines. First flown 23 April 1982.
  • BK117 A-3 - Introduced in March 1985 with larger tail rotor and improved blades, Yaw CSAS, improved stability (SPAS) and the take-off weight increased to 3,200 kg (7,055 lb).
  • BK117 A-4 - Introduced in July 1986 with increased transmission limits at take-off power, improved tail rotor head. German aircraft have provision for extra internal fuel, giving enhanced performance.
  • BK117 A-3M - Military version introduced in 1988. Fitted with taller skids and can carry 11 troops. Can be fitted with an array of armament.
  • BK117 B-1 - Introduced in December 1987 fitted with LTS 101-750B-1 engines.
  • BK117 B-1C - UK-certified version with reduced range and endurance.
  • BK117 B-2 - Maximum Gross Weight increased to 3,350 KGs, 2 x Allied Signal Lycoming LTS101-750B-1 engines fitted as standard.
  • BK117 C-1 - Powered by two Turbomeca Arriel 1E engines. Later models may be upgraded to Arriel 1E2 engines.
  • NBK117 - License-built model produced in Indonesia.
  • BK117D1 - ?
  • BK117-850D2 - STC (Supplementary Type Certificate) development of BK117 B-2 incorporating Honeywell LTS 101-850B-2 engines, introduced in 2010.

MBB Bo 118 - ?

MBB Bo 119 - ?

MBB Bo 120 - Developed in 1969 for the BMVg high-speed helicopter program, based on the Bo 46.

  • Bo 120 X1 - Bo 46 with tail section removed for installation of the RB.108 lift engine.
  • Bo 120 X2 - Projected layout of X1 with tail section included, even a two-blade tail rotor, plus the addition of wings on each side of the fuselage.
  • Bolkow UH-1D "Nachfolger" - Projected "successor" to the UH-1D, using the Bo 120 X2 configuration.

MBB Bo 125 - Proposal for an European transport helicopter of the third generation, 1981. Later developed to NH Industries NH-90.

MBB Bo 130 - ?

MBB Bo 140 - Titl-wing projects with with 4 x GE1-S1-1T turboshaft engines.

  • Bo 140Z - Civil version for 80 passengers.
  • Bo 140M - Military version for up to 90 passengers and capacity for light vehicles.

MBB Bo 310 - Tip-jet transport project, 1963. (Might be a mistake confused with P 310!!!!)

MBB T-17 - Military tilt-wing aircraft project.

MBB "Hunter" (?) - Tip-jet attack aircraft.

Tip-Jet projects - (?) Tip-jet projects, no details.

  • Tip-Jet 1 - ?
  • Tip-Jet 2 - ?
  • Tip-Jet 3 - ?

MBB Me P 2010 "Rotorjet" - V/STOL design, no details.

MBB Me P 2030 "Rotor Jet" - V/STOL design, no details.

MBB Me P 2040 "Rotor Jet" - Designed in 1969 as a response to a joint requirement by the Ministry of Defense and Lufthansa, the German airline.

MBB Me P 2040-4 "Rotorjet" - V/STOL design with payload of up to 6.000 kg or 55 passengers, 1968.

MBB Me P 2050 "Rotorjet" - Military V/STOL design, no details.

MBB Me P 170 - Me P 160 VTOL with two retractable rotors, 1963. (?)

MBB Me P 180 - Variant of the Me P 123 for VTOL as "Rotorjet", two jet engines Daimler-Benz DB TL 6 of each 5,1 kN.

MBB Me P 190 - VTOL trainer as "Rotorjet", two jet engines Daimler-Benz DB TL 6, as Me 300 VTOL (not to be confused with the P 300) fitted with two GE J85.

MBB Me P 191 - Me P 190 with reduced wing area, 1963.

MBB Me P 408 (RJ 408) - 7-seat touring aircraft with foldable rotor ("Rotorjet" convertiplane), 1967.

MBB Me P 508 (RJV 408 2A) - Experimental testbed for "Rotorjet" principle, based on the Mitsubishi MU-2J fuselage and landing gear, 1967.

  • ? (RJV 408 2B) - Variant with T-tail.

MBB RJP 1005 "Rotor Jet" - Ground attack aircraft, designed in 1973.

MBB BBH - Proposed armed escort helicopter, Bewaffneter Begleithubschrauber (BBH) issued by the BMVg. MBB studied two designs, designated BBH 1 and BBH 2.

  • BBH 1 - Design with small wing.
  • BBH 2 - Design with large wing, a fan-in-fin tail rotor, and a pusher propeller on the tail. To be powered by two Daimler-Benz DB 720, GE T58, or Lycoming T53 engines. 

MBB-HAL LAH - Advanced Light Helicopter in the 4-ton class, joint program of MBB and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. of India, basis for later Dhruv.



-- Edited by hannetonIII on Friday 30th of September 2011 12:05:03 AM

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hannetonIII wrote:

Bolkow UH-1D "Nachfolger" - Projected "successor" to the UH-1D. (?)


 

This should be classified under the Bo 120. It was a planned concept of the X2 configuration as an operational passenger/utility transport.



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Am I doing this right?

 

 

 

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Welcome aschiro, yes you're doing fine, but this is mainly a designations topic. If you want to post pictures, I suggest doing so in the MBB thread in the Major Manufacturers section of the forum. Please also indicate which aircraft you are showing us. Thanks.



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555,

Thanks for replying. I will post it in the right section. It's the Me P 2030 Rotor Jet, HannetonIII forgot to list it.



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He also forgot the Me P 2040 Rotor Jet designed in 1969 as a response to a joint requirement by the Ministry of Defense and Lufthansa, the German airline and the RJP 1005 Rotor Jet ground attack aircraft, designed in 1973.



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Thanks guys I fixed the list.smile



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HannetonIII,

You are also missing the MBB BBH armed escort helicopter. I will post the info and picture in the right topic.



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Thanks just added it.



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