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Fokker E.III Diagrams
Fokker E.III Diagrams
Dan-San Abbott
Published by Dan_San_Abbott
5 July 2006
Fokker E.III Diagrams

 
Rudder Markings
Fokker E.III (M.14)
Identification Plates
Fokker E.III 105/15
 
Right Wing Panel
Fokker E.III 105/15
Fuselage Markings
Fokker E.III 105/15
Fuselage Right Side Panel
with Ammunition Canister
Fokker E.III 105/15
Fuel System
Fokker E.III (M.14)

Fuselage Cover
Fokker E.III (M.14)
Sheet 1 of 2

Fuselage Cover
Fokker E.III (M.14)
Sheet 2 of 2




  #1  
By Fritz Kempf on 5 July 2006, 06:27 PM
Nice info, thanks for sharing.

Ed
  #2  
By SL DIII on 10 July 2006, 02:20 PM
Landing Gear?

Hello Dan-San,
These are beautiful drawings. I realize that their main purpose is to show colors and markings, but wonder if you might have any drawings that show dimensional and structural details of the landing gear. If so, I'd love to see them.
Thanks,
SL DIII
  #3  
By Breguet on 20 July 2006, 04:56 AM
Hi Dan-san,

Not to question but........ I've only ever seen 105/15 portrayed with a red stripe forward of the fuselage cross. A common error or a disagreement of yours with accepted tradition?

Just curious - no offence intended.
  #4  
By Dan_San_Abbott on 23 August 2006, 02:25 PM
Blue sash on Fok.E.III 105/15.

No Offense Taken:
The rationale for the blue sash is on page 5 of "Finishing and Markings of Fokker E.III105/15", here in the archives. This data was prepared for Javier Arango's Fok.E.III replica. My avatar photo was taken in this machine. Chuck Wentworth does beautiful work.
Blue skies,
Dan-San
  #5  
By YavorD on 28 September 2006, 12:39 PM
Post Fokker E.III wing area

Forgive my incursion to this topic please!

I would use E.III right wing panel drawing as a reference.
After careful examination i found right wing panel area to be 7.5 square meter (+/-0.5%). I have good reasons to believe the left wing panel area to be the same. So, Fokker E.III wing area including section cut by the fuselage (1.28 square meter) should be 16.3 square meter, or 175 square feet. Values reported elsewhere (i do not have authentic source) are quite below 175 sq.ft.

Any comments will be appreciated!

Regards
Yavor
  #6  
By Sreiko on 3 November 2006, 07:28 AM
God bless you Dan!!! Great material!!!
  #7  
By Wizardofflight on 19 November 2006, 02:20 PM
Excellent drawings thank you for sharing. I can never get enough info on the E.III I am always looking for more.

The Seattle Museum of Flight has a nice replica hanging in the WWI wing. Since it is hanging it is difficult to get decent pics though.

Alan

When the Fokker E.III ruled the skies.
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