The Tupolev MTB-1 (known originally as the MDR-4 and internally to Tupolev as the ANT-27) was a patrol flying boat built in the Soviet Union in the mid-1930s. It was a refined version of the unsuccessful Chetverikov MDR-3. The revised design retained the MDR-3's hull, but added a newly designed, fully cantilever wing, a new tail, and a new engine installation featuring two tractor and one pusher unit. Trials began in March 1934 but the prototype was destroyed during one take-off.

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  • Die Tupolew MTB-1 (russisch Туполев МТБ-1, auch ANT-27bis, АНТ-27бис) war ein sowjetisches Flugboot der 1930er Jahre. Die Bezeichnung des ersten Prototyps lautete MDR-4 (für russisch Морской дальний разведчик, Marinefernaufklärer) bzw. nach den Initialen des Konstrukteurs Andrei Nikolajewitsch Tupolew auch ANT-27. (de)
  • Il Tupolev MTB-1 (in cirillico Туполев МТБ-1, da Morskoj Torpedonosets Bombardirovščik idrobombardiere-aerosilurante pesante), designazione interna ANT-27 (АНТ-27) ed originariamente indicato come MDR-4 (МДР-4), era un idrovolante trimotore a scafo centrale ed ala alta sviluppato inizialmente dallo TsAGI, quindi proseguito dall'OKB 156 diretto da Andrej Nikolaevič Tupolev e prodotto in Unione Sovietica a cavallo della metà degli anni trenta. Realizzato per sopperire alla mancanza di un velivolo in grado di operare nel ruolo di idropattugliatore marittimo-bombardiere-aerosilurante dopo il rifiuto del fallimentare Chyetverikov MDR-3, il modello attingeva dall'esperienza dell'MDR-3 riproponendone il disegno dello scafo ma abbinandolo ad una nuova ala a sbalzo, un nuovo impennaggio e nuova propulsione dall'anticonvenzionale configurazione mista che abbinava i due motori esterni in configurazione traente a quello centrale in configurazione spingente. Unico idrovolante tra i modelli Tupolev ad essere avviato alla produzione in serie, nonostante le modeste prestazioni generali, rimase in servizio nella Aviacija Voenno-Morskogo Flota, la componente aerea della Voenno Morskoj Flot SSSR (la marina militare sovietica) fino al 1942. (it)
  • The Tupolev MTB-1 (known originally as the MDR-4 and internally to Tupolev as the ANT-27) was a patrol flying boat built in the Soviet Union in the mid-1930s. It was a refined version of the unsuccessful Chetverikov MDR-3. The revised design retained the MDR-3's hull, but added a newly designed, fully cantilever wing, a new tail, and a new engine installation featuring two tractor and one pusher unit. Trials began in March 1934 but the prototype was destroyed during one take-off. A second prototype was constructed the following year, and redesignated MTB-1 to reflect a new torpedo-carrying role. Despite its poor performance in trials, the aircraft was urgently needed to fill a niche in the Soviet Navy, and it was accepted for production before flight testing was complete. Despite some early structural failures, 25 of these machines were eventually produced and saw service in the Navy for several years, remaining in service until 1942. (en)
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  • 39600.0
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  • The Osprey Encyclopaedia of Russian Aircraft 1875–1995
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  • 1942 (xsd:integer)
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  • Patrol flying boat
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  • Die Tupolew MTB-1 (russisch Туполев МТБ-1, auch ANT-27bis, АНТ-27бис) war ein sowjetisches Flugboot der 1930er Jahre. Die Bezeichnung des ersten Prototyps lautete MDR-4 (für russisch Морской дальний разведчик, Marinefernaufklärer) bzw. nach den Initialen des Konstrukteurs Andrei Nikolajewitsch Tupolew auch ANT-27. (de)
  • The Tupolev MTB-1 (known originally as the MDR-4 and internally to Tupolev as the ANT-27) was a patrol flying boat built in the Soviet Union in the mid-1930s. It was a refined version of the unsuccessful Chetverikov MDR-3. The revised design retained the MDR-3's hull, but added a newly designed, fully cantilever wing, a new tail, and a new engine installation featuring two tractor and one pusher unit. Trials began in March 1934 but the prototype was destroyed during one take-off. (en)
  • Il Tupolev MTB-1 (in cirillico Туполев МТБ-1, da Morskoj Torpedonosets Bombardirovščik idrobombardiere-aerosilurante pesante), designazione interna ANT-27 (АНТ-27) ed originariamente indicato come MDR-4 (МДР-4), era un idrovolante trimotore a scafo centrale ed ala alta sviluppato inizialmente dallo TsAGI, quindi proseguito dall'OKB 156 diretto da Andrej Nikolaevič Tupolev e prodotto in Unione Sovietica a cavallo della metà degli anni trenta. (it)
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  • Tupolew MTB-1 (de)
  • Tupolev ANT-27 (it)
  • Tupolev MTB-1 (en)
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