Bo 46: two-seat all-metal research helicopter
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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Pepper wrote:I just found out about the P-250, it appears to be missing from the list.
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.
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.
Bolkow Bo 46 - Two-seat all-metal research helicopter.
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.
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?????)
MBB Bo 118 - ?
MBB Bo 119 - ?
MBB Bo 120 - Developed in 1969 for the BMVg high-speed helicopter program, based on the Bo 46.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
hannetonIII wrote:Bolkow UH-1D "Nachfolger" - Projected "successor" to the UH-1D. (?)
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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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.
Thanks for replying. I will post it in the right section. It's the Me P 2030 Rotor Jet, HannetonIII forgot to list it.
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.
Thanks guys I fixed the list.
You are also missing the MBB BBH armed escort helicopter. I will post the info and picture in the right topic.
Thanks just added it.