D-B10
Type
Two seat glider
Dimensions
Length 8,925 m, span 20 m, wing area 30,75 m2, aspect ratio 20,3
Weights
Empty 220 kg
Performance
Glide ratioe 1:30
Type
Werk.Nr
Registration
History
     
The last design of Akaflieg Dresden and the first with a closed cockpit. Flew for the first time in the Autumn 1931 or in
the Spring 1932. Focus on high stability (By the use of plywood). Erhard Muschick took part in the 13th Rhön, got no
awards, but later acheived the Silver-C in Sachsen. In 1935 Otto Bräutigam achieved a distance record of 504 km
together with three other pilots at the XVI Rhön.. After the close down of the Akaflieg Dresden, the aircraft was used
by the Segelflugschule Großrückerswalde-
DB10
1931
30
0,55
20,00
The D-B 10 was the first of four gliders to arrive at Brno, pilot Otto Bräutigam