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Schreder HP 13

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The Schreder HP-13 is an American high-wing, single seat FAI Open Class glider that was designed by Richard Schreder.


Design and development

The HP-13 (HP stands for high performance) was a developmental milestone aircraft between the HP-11 and the later HP-14. The HP-13 was designed by taking the fuselage of the HP-11 and wings similar to the HP-12, featuring the same Wortmann FX 61-163 airfoil but extended from the HP-12's 49.2 ft (15 m) FAI Standard Class span to 54 ft 7 in (16.64 m) for the open class. Eight HP-13s were completed.

The HP-13 was later developed into the HP-14 by designing a new fuselage for the wings. The HP-14 was later type certified in the United Kingdom, while the HP-13s were all amateur-built.

Operational history

In April 2011 there were still five HP-13s registered with the Federal Aviation Administration, all in the Experimental - Amateur-built category.

Specifications (HP-13)

Data from Sailplane Directory and Soaring

General characteristics

  • Crew: one
  • Wingspan: 54 ft 7 in (16.64 m)
  • Airfoil: Wortmann FX 61-163
  • Performance


    Schreder HP-13 Wikipedia

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