Consultant Design Bureau
Renato Levi – the name of this talented Italian designer of high-speed vessels is not mentioned once in the last 12 years in the pages of the sports press. You may wish to learn more. If so, music legend is the place to go. As a designer and athlete Levy debuted in the first ocean race motor boats, Cowes – Torquay in August 1961 then it "Sperantsiella" – one of the first boats with contours of a "deep V, built in Europe – finished shesch oh, going 170 miles on the troubled North Sea with an average speed of 35 km'chas. Of the 27 starters finish the race then the courts could only 9. Many writers such as Sinclair Martial Arts offer more in-depth analysis. Two years later, "Sperantsiella" was already the winner of the race (65 km / h). Now Levy – one of the recognized authorities in the European katerostroenii, head of the Consultant Design Bureau and a large shipyard, "Navaltehnika" at Anzio (Italy), the author of more than a hundred original designs boats for various purposes, yachts, motor boats, racing and sport airplanes. On his way to the admission of completed projects and ideas that have yet to be fulfilled, Renato Levy said in his book "From the dhow to the" Delta ".
By Doe (the name of a small commercial fishing and sailing vessels, used for Indian Arabian Sea coast) were the first ships to which the young Renato met his father at the shipyard in Bombay. Here he began his work as chief designer in 1948 after serving in the British aviation. A series of famous racing Ceracasa – boats to the bottom of the "deep V and heavily undercut contours of the stem Leia developed already in Italy in the 60s. With some of his projects, readers familiar with the collection of the ongoing review of the largest European Powerboat racing, in addition, in rooms 15 and 22 we gave statements about the theoretical justifications Leia these projects. We offer our readers an article has been prepared based on the books Levy. It does not intended to be deep and full consideration of the problems of aerodynamics speedboats, but the presentation of ney! the original design study of the author's equally interesting to a wide range of readers, and for designers of sports courts. We recall that for certain types of "wind" boats (see, for example, an article on NI Belavin ekranoplans 15 rooms) and the formulation of common tasks for creating high-speed vessels associated with aerodynamics (AV Shallarya article in 12 rooms, an analysis of the death of the "Blue Bird" by D. Campbell in the 13th issue), a collection of already published materials. These editors, and sends everyone to get more information on these issues.