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Type sheet: sg38

Stamer Lippisch Schulgleiter SG 38
Glider for basic flight instruction, Germany, 1938

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ Stamer Lippisch] [ Gliders 1919-1938]

Description:

The Schulgleiter 38 was the standard for
the basic flight instruction of the Luftwaffe
student pilots.
It had the basic design from the gliders typical
for the years between the wars.

 

Sizes and weights

Total Length :

20.604 ft

6.280 m

 

Greatest height :

7.972 ft

2.430 m

 

Wingspan :

34.154 ft

10.410 m

 

Wing depth ratio :

6.76

6.76

 

Wing area :

172.224 sqft

16.000 qm

 

Max take off weight :

463.1 lbs

210.0 kg

 

Weight empty :

242.6 lbs

110.0 kg

 

Max. weight carried :

220.5 lbs

100.0 kg

 

Performance data

Max. speed :

62 kts

115 km/h

 

Landing speed :

22 kts

40 km/h

 

Wing load :

2.67 lbs/ft2

13.00 kg/qm

 

Glide index :

10.00

10.00

 

Other

Crew :

0

0

 

 

1

 

       

 

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