Aeralis Dartjet

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Aeralis je britanska firma koja namerava da napravi prvi britanski avion jos od BAE Hawk-a. Trenutno skupljaj novac za pravljenje demonstratora kako bi isti bio predstavljen do septembra sledece godine na DSEI sajmu u Londonu. Vec su dobili podrsku Bombardiera i Thales-a a potrebno im je 30 miliona funti za izradu prototipa do 2021. i troskove sertifikacije.

Aeralis launches funding effort for 'modular' military trainer

Citat:Aeralis hopes to start production of eventually 12 to 20 aircraft a year by the mid-2020s – possibly using funding from the Welsh government to set up at the former Royal Air Force base at St Athan near Cardiff – with Bombardier’s Belfast plant supplying the wings and engine pod, and Thales UK the avionics. Formula 1 design house Williams Engineering would be contracted to manufacture the composite fuselage.

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Ideja je napraviti modularni trenazer, odnosno proizvodnja osnovnog i naprednog trenazera koji bi delili isti trup, kokpit i motore, odnosno 85 % delova.

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Aeralis Envisions New British Jet Trainer

Citat:The company initially revealed its concept in 2015 as the Dart Jet, but the offer is now evolving into a suite of training systems built around a modular training aircraft that will share 80-90% commonality among the variants. Two versions are currently planned. The A-model will be a twin-engine, swept-wing advanced lead-in fighter trainer, while the B-model will be a straight-wing, single-engine basic jet trainer. Both would be certified. The aircraft would be built around a common-core fuselage onto which the company would fit a modular wing and an engine. Operators would be able to select whether the fly-by-wire aircraft is controlled with a sidestick, as in the F-16, or the more traditional centrally mounted stick, as in the Eurofighter Typhoon.

Engineers are studying different engines, including the Honeywell F124, Williams International FJ44 and Rolls-Royce Adour. The company will also offer the option of making an X-version, which could be a specialist aerobatic aircraft with a mix of modular components. However, the customer would likely have to pay for the certification.

While some governments will be able to afford to purchase the aircraft outright, Aeralis sees potential in providing that capability to customers by offering a generic training service with simulators that would keep up to date with the installed software.

“The training system is more than just the aircraft,” says Tim Davies, Aeralis’ strategy director and a former Royal Air Force Hawk flight instructor. “We believe the training system should also be monitoring the fitness, mental health and the nutrition of the students,” he says.

Training packages could be unbundled, rather like the airfares on low-fare airlines, says Davies. “Customers would only pay for the training systems they need; that will help reduce costs considerably.”

Control over the software would mean certain systems cannot be accessed in the aircraft until the customer asks to have it switched on. Locking these systems out until needed could solve such issues. The company is exploring the certification implications of software locking those functions.

The company has already raised £650,000 ($850,000) and has received offers of grant funding of £1.3 million from the Welsh government. It is now looking to raise another £1 million through a business-to-business crowdfunding program, enabling the building of a mockup of the concept, which would go on display at the DSEI defense exhibition in London next September. Partners on the project include Williams Advanced Engineering, Thales, Martin-Baker, Cranfield Aerospace Solutions Ltd. and Frazer-Nash.

With industry interest, the company believes it could develop a flying demonstrator in the early 2020s and then capture 5-10% of the forecasted 5,500 new-generation trainer market from 2023.


http://aviationweek.com/future-aerospace/aeralis-e.....et-trainer



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I napraviše britanski Alpha Jet. Kada su Francuzi to hteli da naprave zajedno, ispao je Jaguar jer su štitili Hawk a i saplitali Mirage F-1. E sada izmišljaju rupu na saksijii prave gotovo istovetni avion, a kupac može da izabere veću ili manju strelu krila sa dubokim hibridom, jedan(Pampa) ili dva motora(Alpha Jet). Jedino mi koncept sa ST u gondoli potpuno nejasan, da kažem iščašen i potpuno razočarenje.
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