Definition List

Forex promo BONUS

Sophistication peek Fighter SU-35


code name Flanker-E
airliners.net photo

Sukhoi Su-35 (NATO code: Flanker-E) is a multirole fighter, heavyweight, explore long, and a single-seat Russian origin. This aircraft was developed from the Su-27, and was originally named Su-27M. This aircraft was developed to match the F-15 Eagle and F-16 Fighting Falcon.

Because of the similarity of features and components it contains, the Su-35 is regarded as a close cousin of the Sukhoi Su-30MKI, a variant of the Su-30 is produced for India.

The plane itself is a series of recent flanker and the generation void filler between 4 generation and generation 5, could be included in a 4 ++ generation.

Su-35 aircraft is actually derived from the Su27 and is a variant of "ground-baed" of the Su-33. When Au Russia kept the name Su-27M, change the name of this aircraft Sukhoi Su-35 be hoping to attract foreign consumers.

Design Su-35 is identical to the Su-27, but using the canard as the Su-33 and with a more powerful engine coupled system of the fly-by-wire new digital. Su-35 aircraft is also equipped with a new multi-mode radar, infrared detectors and upgraded weapons.

Development History.
Sukhoi Su-35 is an improved version of the Sukhoi Su-27, and was originally designed as the Su-27M. Su-27M development began in the early 1980s. A prototype Su-27M (T-10S-70) was first launched in 1988.

Change of Su-27 of them canard, elevated quality engine, new radar, and fly-by-wire control system is digital. Among other changes in the glass cockpit, probe refueling in the air, gear muzzle-twin wheels, a more sophisticated radar, two additional buffer under the wings, fuel capacity larger and wider tail fins with carbon fiber end horizontal .

The first prototype was exhibited in 1992 at the Farnborough Air Show. Sukhoi fighter to change the design of the Su-27M to the Su-35 in 1993. Ten Su-35 prototypes were made, four of which are changes to the Su-27, six others are completely new. Three production Su-27M completed in 1996 and handed over to the Russian Air Force (VVS) in the same year to be tested. Five Su-35 is used by the Russian Aerobatic Team. Overall 15 of the Su-35 (Su-27M) airworthy which have been produced, including a prototype Su-35UB two-seater. Two of the Su-35 Su-37 modified to be in the mid-late 1990s. Su-35 dubbed as "Super Flanker".

Although the original prototype Su-27M / Su-35 never entered production row, there are many improvements proposed are included into the export variant of the Su-27, Su-30MKI example. However, the Russian Air Force did not receive a more advanced variants and fixed using a fleet of Su-27 received in Soviet times, with little additional Su-30.

Su-35 aircraft premiere later developed into the Su-35BM, which enters production row as the Su-35S. Modernized Su-35 will be the design of up to Sukhoi PAK FA fifth generation can be used. Modernized Su-35 called "Su-35BM" (Bolshaya Modernizatsiya - Modernization Large) by multiple sources, but the Sukhoi aircraft mention this only as "Su-35". Modernized Su-35 is considered a 4 ++ generation by Sukhoi.

Aircraft modernized Su-35 has been demonstrated in the MAKS-2007 air show in August 2007. The new features of this aircraft among strengthened airframe using composite materials, which reduced radar marker from the front, and a radar PESA are updated . The aircraft is equipped by many updates on the electrical system and avionics, including fly-by-wire digital and a radar to detect the signal from the rear to fire missiles Sarh. The new Su-35 is no longer put up canard and air brakes; to maintain the maneuverability to remain equal to or greater than the equipped aircraft canard, the Su-35 using the new 117S engines with pipes vector thruster always running.

The new version of the Su-35 first flew on 19 February 2008. On 18 August 2009, the Russian Defense Ministry announced a contract to supply 48 Su-35S fighter aircraft (Serial) together with 16 fighter Su-27/30 to be delivered in 2015.

In September 2010 Sberbank agree to provide program funding Su-35. On October 14, 2010, the company announced that the first production Sukhoi Su-35S has completed the general assembly and that the first aircraft will be delivered to the Ministry of Defense of Russia at the end of the year.


New Russian Sukhoi SU-35 operate end of 2012
Russian Air Force will receive the first six units of the latest fighter aircraft Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E at the end of 2012. Currently, the planes are currently undergoing final testing. "Su-35 is at the final stages in the flight test center training and testing Akhtubinsk (in the Volga region). Six first Su-35 aircraft will be delivered to the Russian Air Force the end of 2012, "said a spokesman for the Russian Air Force, Col. Vladimir Drik, Monday (12/03/2012) in Moscow, Russia. Please note the Russian Defense Ministry ordered 48 units of the Su-35 in 2009.

Su-35 is the latest development of the Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker which uses two new engine series 117S steering system equipped with thrust (thrust vectoring) to improve maneuverability. In addition, the aircraft also has the ability to attack multiple targets at the same air, either with missiles and other weapons systems. With all these capabilities, the Su-35 jet fighter dubbed the 4 ++ generation that uses a fifth-generation technologies.

SU-35 weapons
take-off.ru photo

variants
Su-27M / Su-35, fighter with one seat.
Su-35UB, fighter and trainer aircraft with two seats. Berfiturkan higher vertical stabilizer and an additional fuselage similar to the Sukhoi Su-30.
Su-35BM, single-seat fighter with updated avionics and various modifications to the airframe. Su-35BM is the unofficial name.
Su-35S
Su-35BM Russian domestic version.
Su-35K
Su-35BM export version.

General characteristics.
Crew: 1
Length: 21.9 m
Wingspan: 15.3 m
Height: 5.90 m
Wing area: 62.0 m²
Empty weight: 18,400 kg
Weight filled: 25,300 kg
The maximum takeoff weight: 34,500 kg
Engine: 2 × Saturn 117S with turbofan TVC
Dry Encouragement: 8,800 kgf (86.3 kN) each
Encouragement with afterburner: 14,500 kgf each

performance
Maximum speed: Mach 2.25 (2,390 km / h) at an altitude
Range: 3,600 miles; (1,580 km above the mainland)
Ferry range: 4,500 miles with auxiliary fuel tanks
Upper limit fly: 18,000 m
Rate of climb:> 280 m / s
Wing load: 408 kg / m²
Encouragement / weight: 1.1

Armament.
1 × 30 mm internal canon Gryazev-Shipunov GSH-30-1 with 150 rounds
2 × wingtip rails for air-to-air missile R-73 (AA-11 "Archer") or Poda ECM
12 × station frame and wings for up to 8,000 kg of ordnance, including air-to-air missiles, air-to-ground missiles, rockets, and bombs like:
R-27: R-27R, R-27ER, R-27T, R-27ET, R-27EP, R-27AE
R-77: R-77 and R-77M1, R-77T proposed
R-73: R-73E, R-73m, R-74m
Kh-31: Kh-31A, Kh-31P (Anti-radiation missile)
Kh-35: Kh-59
Kh-29: Kh-29T, Kh-29L
Laser guided bombs KAB-500
Laser guided bombs KAB-1500
Laser guided bombs LGB-250
250 kg of non-guided bombs FAB-250
500 kg of non-guided bombs FAB-500
Laser guided rocket S-25 non-guided rocket S-250
Poda non-guided rocket S-8
Poda non-guided rocket S-13

Source: airliners.net, wikipedia.org

Make Money Online from your website