DA42-VI Twin Engine Piston Aircraft Private and Training Aircraft by Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH Design Team

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
DA42-VI Twin Engine Piston Aircraft

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Private and Training Aircraft

INSPIRATION:
The main emphasis of the DA42-VI design was to create an aircraft, that is easy to fly and burns fuel like a single engine aircraft, but with the added safety of a second engine. Its impressive cross-country performance pleases private pilots and business owners as well, while low operating costs make it an ideal advanced trainer.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The DA42-VI is a sleek, all carbon twin jet fuel engine composite piston aircraft with advanced aerodynamics, the latest in passive safety technology for high performance, great efficiency and superior occupant protection. The interior of the DA42-VI was designed with the pilot and passengers in mind. Ergonomically designed and climate-controlled seats with variable lordosis support and adjustable backrest. Various luxurious, hand-made upholstering options as well as great optional interior features.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
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PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Certified in 2009 through the European EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency), in April 2010 through the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Advanced glass- and carbon fibre composite technology with sophisticated jet fuel engines.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Engine: 2 × Austro Engine AE300 turbocharged common-rail injected 2.0 liter diesel engine with 168 HP and EECU single lever control system Fuel grades: Jet A-1, Jet A, TS-1, RT, No. 3 Jet Fuel, JP-8 Performance: Max. speed (16,000 ft, MCP) 1,760 kg TOW: 365 km/h TAS / 197 kts TAS Cruise speed at 75 % (16,000 ft): 326 km/h TAS / 176 kts TAS Rate of climb (ISA SL) 1,760 kg TOW: 7.9 m/s / 1,550 ft/min Range at 60 % (12,000 ft, incl. auxiliary tank): 2,250 km / 1,215 nm Consumption at 60 % in total: 39.4 l/h / 10.4 US gal/h Take-off ground roll (ISA SL), 1,760 kg TOW: 280 m / 919 ft Landing ground roll (ISA SL): 340 m / 1,115 ft Max. operating altitude: 5,486 m / 18,000 ft Dimensions, Mass and Loading: Wingspan: 13.55m / 44ft4in Length: 8.56m / 28ft 1in Height: 2.49m / 8ft2in Seats: 4 Empty weight: 1,410 kg / 3,109 lbs Useful load: 589 kg / 1,299 lbs Max. take off mass: 1,999 kg / 4,407 lbs Fuel capacity total (incl. auxiliary tank): 289 l / 231 kg

TAGS:
Diamond Aircraft, DA42, DA42-VI, twin-engine, Engine AE-300, DA42 NG, AE300, Austro Engine, Piston Aircraft, Aviation, Composite Airframe, Carbon Fibre, Glass Fibre, Aircraft, Airplane

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
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CHALLENGE:
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ADDED DATE:
2019-08-30 13:11:15

TEAM MEMBERS (5) :
Diamond Aircraft Design Team, DA42 Project Manager:Martin Volck, Interior / Exterior Design:Harald Auer, Martin Antony and David Bausek

IMAGE CREDITS:
Diamond Aircraft Industries

Visit the following page to learn more: http://www.diamondaircraft.com
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Da42-Vi Twin Engine Piston Aircraft Private and Training Aircraft by Diamond Aircraft Industries Gmbh Design Team is a Nominee in Aerospace and Aircraft Design Category.

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Da42-Vi Twin Engine Piston Aircraft Private and Training Aircraft by Diamond Aircraft Industries Gmbh Design Team is Winner in Aerospace and Aircraft Design Category, 2019 - 2020.



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