Anzani 10 Radial Engine

Anzani 10  Radial Engine

The French and British built Anzani 10 was an air-cooled radial engine of 90-100 horsepower. It was installed in the French-produced Caudron G.3 and later the Caudron G.4 twin-engine airplane which appeared in March 1915. By the time the U.S. began sending men to France to learn to fly in 1917, Caudron G.4s were being used for training purposes.

Anzani 10 Radial Engine
  • Date: 1915
  • Countries: France and Great Britian
  • Number of Cylinders: 10
  • Configuration: Air cooled Radial
  • Horsepower: 90 - 100 hp (75 kW)
  • Aircraft Example: Caudron G.3