Suhoj Su-35 "poslednji Flanker"

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Suhoj Su-35 "poslednji Flanker"

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Ovako izgleda sletanje kada se parira jačem bočnom vetru. Po krošnjama iza ne bih rekao, ali po otklonu kormila pravca bi rekao da se pariralo i klizanjem. Dakle, ili vetar ili pariranje nejednakom otklonu neke od upravljačkih površina.



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dodatak..
http://www.sukhoi.org/files/su_news_29-08-07_eng.pdf

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ccc, pogledajte ovo:

"Compared to the current AL-31F,
the new engine’s service life is to surge by
2–2.7 times, with the time between overhauls
increasing from 500 hours to 1,000 hours,
time before first overhaul standing at 1,500
hours and assigned life spiking from 1,500
hours to 4,000 hours."

kad izbacise su-35, ispade da je vreme izmedju remonta motora na ranijim su-xx svega 500 h. do sada su o tome cutali... dakle, ne mnogo vise od motor sa mig-29, rd-33 350-450h. ukupni vek motora na ranijim su-xx je porazavajuc - svega 1500 h, a i na su-35 tih 4000 h je malo u odnosu na stari f404 - oko 6000 h.

radni vek zmaja, "povecan" na - 6000 h. f14 6000 a onda 7200, f15e i gripen 8000 h.

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http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-Rus-BVR-AAM.html
znam da je bilo al da se podsetimo o nekim stvarima Wink

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sebab ::ccc, pogledajte ovo:

"Compared to the current AL-31F,
the new engine’s service life is to surge by
2–2.7 times, with the time between overhauls
increasing from 500 hours to 1,000 hours,
time before first overhaul standing at 1,500
hours and assigned life spiking from 1,500
hours to 4,000 hours."

kad izbacise su-35, ispade da je vreme izmedju remonta motora na ranijim su-xx svega 500 h. do sada su o tome cutali... dakle, ne mnogo vise od motor sa mig-29, rd-33 350-450h. ukupni vek motora na ranijim su-xx je porazavajuc - svega 1500 h, a i na su-35 tih 4000 h je malo u odnosu na stari f404 - oko 6000 h.

radni vek zmaja, "povecan" na - 6000 h. f14 6000 a onda 7200, f15e i gripen 8000 h.


Jedino sto znam je da AL-31 kosta 2.8miliona. Vecina kupaca Su-30 je kupila i rezervne motore. Dok npr. RD-93 kosta 6.5 miliona. Ovo su cene koje je Kina platila.

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Citat:Stvarno im nisu sve na broju Bebee Dol Laughing

Uh da znate da sam se prepao, stvarno je izgledalo kao neko prinudno sletanje, ali izgleda da to pilot radi rutinski.

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jel Bogdan pilotirao? i sta mislis sta je uopste pokusao?

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Jeste Bogdan, ne znam sta je pokusavao ali je svaki put sletao iz zaokreta. To su cinili i Su-30MKI, MiG-35 i Rafale a mislim i ostali.

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Kako je sve išlo:

Sept 4/07: A subsequent Flight International article may begin to offer clarity re: the platform. It states categorically that the SU-35-1 design, unveiled at Russia’s MAKS 2007 air show, is a single-seat aircraft without canard foreplanes, but with a lighter airframe than the SU-27, enlarged fan and engine inlets, 2 NPO Saturn/Ufa MPO Item 117S engines that reportedly offer thrust vectoring and supercruise performance in clean layout, 2t more fuel, modernized electronics at all levels, a Tikhomirov NIIP Irbis (updated N-011M Bars) passive electronically scanned array radar, 6,000 hour airframe life, and 4,000 hour engine life.

March 6/08: Russia test flies SU-35. The first Su-35 prototype made its maiden flight on Feb 18/08, and 2 more aircraft are being prepared for similar tests at an aircraft manufacturing plant in Russia’s Far East. The company expects the jet to enter service with Russia’s military in 2-3 years. RIA Novosti.

July 9/08: A Sukhoi release says that it has presented the newest SU-35 multi-role to the “Flight Scientific Research Institute named after Gromov in Zhukovsky near Moscow,” where earlier test flights have taken place.

It adds that the SU-35 is one of the priority programs of the new United Aviation Corporation (UAC), resulting from the government’s consolidation of Russia’s aerospace industry, and notes that Russia’s 5th generation PAK-FA fighter project will not be fielded before 2015-2017. In contrast, batch production and deliveries of the SU-35 are promised between 2010-2011. Moscow News | Russian release (English version not yet on web).

Oct 1/08:Brazil has decided on its 3 finalists: Boeing’s F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, Dassault Aviation’s Rafale, and Saab/BAE’s JAS-39 Gripen.
EADS Eurofighter, Lockheed Martin’s F-16BR, and Sukhoi’s SU-35 all failed to make the cut. Brazilian FAB release [Portuguese] | Reuters | Boeing release | Gripen International release.

Oct 2/08: Sukhoi says they have started flight tests of the second SU-35 production fighter. “The addition of the second aircraft to the testing program will speed up its completion and ensure the beginning of deliveries to our customers in 2011.”

Since its demonstration flight on July 7/08, the first production aircraft has made over 40 more test flights. RIA Novosti.

March 23/09: KNAAPO announces that the Su-35 has made its 100th flight, during which they conducted final tests of the flight control system. Flight tests began Feb 18/08, and in the second quarter of 2009 another test aircraft is expected to join the current 2-plane fleet.

The firm expects to bring the number of flights up to 150-160 on 3 fighters, allowing them to finish static tests and start the super-maneuverability mode testing with the plane’s thrust-vectoring engines. First deliveries to Russian and foreign customers are still scheduled for 2011.

April 26/09: An Su-35 burst into flames and exploded before take-off at the Komsomolosk-na-Amure Aviation Production Association (KNAAPO) Dzemgi flight test aerodrome. Yevgeniy Frolov, one Sukhoi’s most experienced pilots, managed to eject safely before the aircraft exploded. The crash may jeopardize the SU-35’s expected appearance over Russia’s May Day festivities, and will delay testing. To make matters worse, this 2nd operational aircraft was carrying a new NIIP Irbis-E radar set, which will require some effort to replace. The Weekly Standard adds:

“Su-35 programme representatives told THE WEEKLY STANDARD that the crash was the fault of one of the NPO Saturn 117S engine’s PMC units and not a failure of a fuel pump, as had been previously reported. “One of the engine’s control systems failed and the engine was working at only 93 per cent power,” said the representative.”

Aug 18/09: The Russian government signs the SU-35’s inaugural production contract at the Russian MAKS 2009 air show. The Russian Defense Ministry has reportedly signed a contract with Sukhoi to deliver 48 SU-35s by 2015, plus an interim buy of 12 single-seat SU-27SM and 4 dual-seat SU-30M2 multirole fighters by 2011.

RIA Novosti cites “open sources” that estimate the flyaway cost an SU-35 at about $65 million. This contract shuld be larger, since it’s a new type that must carry the additional costs of training spares stocks, etc. Statements place the contract’s value at “over 80 billion” roubles, where RUB 80 billion is currently about $2.51 billion. The contract follows on the heels of RUB 3.2 billion (about $100 million) in capital injected into Sukhoi, and Vnesheconombank head Vladimir Dmitriyev said the national development bank would grant Sukhoi a 3.5 billion-ruble (about $109 million) loan to start SU-35 production. ITAR-TASS | ITAR-TASS re: loans, contract value | RIA Novosti | RIA Novosti’s Russia Today | domain-b | Flight International |

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