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Alexander Kartveli

Engineer

Seversky Aircraft

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The Dash for the Beach by Ivan Berryman. - IvanBerryman.com

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Alexander Kartveli was a engineer with Seversky Aircraft who designed the P-35, which first flew in 1937.


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16 x 11.5 Inch Collector Size Unframed Lithograph $40.00 Alexander Kartveli was a engineer with Seversky Aircraft who designed the P-35 which first flew in 1937.


Seversky P-35

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The P-35 was a collaboration between Alexander P. de Seversky and Alexander Kartveli of The Seversky Aircraft Corporation, which started out as a private venture in 1931.
1 (Alexander Kartveli would later become the chief designer of the Republic P-47.)The P-35 was derived from the Seversky SEV-3, which had set a record for piston-engined amphibious aircraft reaching 230 mph (370 km/h).2 The SEV-3 was conceived as basic design that would allow for the installation of various engines to be used in roles such as a basic trainer, two-seat escort fighter, naval fighter, from which several racing versions were built. The original amphibious SEV-3 was constructed in a rented hangar from The Edo Aircraft Corporation in College Point, NY.


354th Fighter Group During WWII

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However, due to financial difficulties the Seversky Aircraft Corporation was reorganized, and the name was changed to Republic Aviation Corporation, but Seversky's chief engineer and the designer of the P-35, Alexander Kartveli, remained.
The Republic design team, under Kartveli, proposed a new radial-engine design with eight 50 cal. guns and a weight nearly twice that of the earlier design. The Army issued a revision to its original XP-47 contract based on Kartveli's proposed changes and ordered 171 P-47B and 602 P-47C fighters. But time would prove the wisdom of Kartveli's design and the Thunderbolt became one of the legendary fighters of World War II.


www.354thpmfg.com

However, due to financial difficulties the Seversky Aircraft Corporation was reorganized, and the name was changed to Republic Aviation Corporation, but Seversky's chief engineer and the designer of the P-35, Alexander Kartveli, remained.
The Republic design team, under Kartveli, proposed a new radial-engine design with eight 50 cal. guns and a weight nearly twice that of the earlier design. The Army issued a revision to its original XP-47 contract based on Kartveli's proposed changes and ordered 171 P-47B and 602 P-47C fighters. But time would prove the wisdom of Kartveli's design and the Thunderbolt became one of the legendary fighters of World War II.


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