Type designation: R-22SV
Name: Standard Futár (D Futár)
Designer: Ernő RUBIK
Class: Standard
General arrangement: Cantilever mid-wing, closed cockpit, retractable wheel, traditional tail unit
Crew: 1
First flight: May 1958
Manufacturer: Sportárutermelő V., Esztergom (former AeroEver Ltd.)
Number of built: 1

Short history:
Simultaneously with the development of the RS-22SV C Super Futár from the RS-22SV B Super Futár a standard class version was developed as well. This new type was similar to the "C" version with reduced wing span. The Sandard Futár first flew at May 1958.

The Standard Futár was licensed for winch and aerotow launching as well as basic aerobatics and cloud flying.

The most memorable flights with Standard Futár:

- Overall 11th place, VII. World Championship, Leszno, 1958, Nándor OPITZ.
- 2nd place, distance task, VII. World Championship, Leszno, 1958, 518 km, Nándor
     OPITZ (with this flight he finished the first Hungarian diamond badge).
- Height gain of 3000 m, 1958
- Distance flights of 304, 314 and 375,5 km, 1959.

Structure:  All wooden
The half wings were shortened at the root by 350 mm. The airbrakes were moved 300 mm closer to the wingtips. All the other aerodynamic and geometric characteristics were similar to those of the "C" version. At the wingtips "almond" wingtip fairings were fitted.
The fuselage was similar to the "C" version's fuselage. At the world championship the landing gear was sealed in the retractable position.
   Tail unit:
The tail unit was similar to that of the "C" version.

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     Span, m: 14,98
     Area, m2: 12,66
     Aspect ratio: 17,8
     Chord (root), m: 1,15
     Chord (tip), m: 0,48
     Airfoil (root), m: Gö 549 mod
     Airfoil (mid-span), m: Gö 549 mod
     Airfoil (tip), m: W-192
     Dihedral, degree: 2,5
     Sweep, degree: -1
     Washout: Aerodynamic and -3 degrees geometric
     Span, m: 3,44
     Mean chord, m: 0,458
     Total area, m2: 1,55
     Balancing: Aerodynamic
     Type: None
     Type: Göppingen
     Position (upside/downside): u/d
     Total area, m2: 0,495
     Position, % of chord: 0,42
   Horizontal stabilizer:
     Span, m: 3
     Area, m2: 1,807
     Span, m: 3
     Area, m2: 0,542
     Airfoil: symmetric
     Balancing: Aerodynamic
     Trim: Yes
   Vertical stabilizer and rudder:
     Total area, m2: 1,267
     Rudder area, m2: 0,667
     Balancing: None
     Length, m: 6,48
     Width, m: 0,6
     Height: 0,97
     Cross section, m2: 0,52
   Landing gear:
     Type: Retractable
     Wheel diameter, m: 0,26
   Wing, kg: 115
   Fuselage, kg: 82
   Tail unit, kg: 12
   Empty glider, kg: 230
   Gross, kg: 340
   Ballast, kg: None
   Wing loading, kg/m2: -26,9
   VNE, km/h: 190
   Max. speed with open airbrakes, km/h: 190
   Max. aerotow speed, km/h: 130
   Max. winch speed, km/h: 80
   Max. speed in rough air, km/h: ?
   Stall speed, km/h: 62
   Min. sink, m/s (at gliding speed, km/h): ?/65
   Best L/D (at gliding speed, km/h): 28/80
Start methods: Winch, Aerotow

Origin of data and 3-view drawing:
Jereb Gábor: Magyar vitorlázó repülőgépek, Műszaki Könyvkiadó, 1988, Budapest
(Gábor JEREB: Hungarian Gliders, Technical Publishing House, 1988, Budapest)

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