MatteF88 ha scritto:Quelli grigio scuro sono missili antiradar? ...
Kh-31 'Krypton' ..... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kh-31
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Fonte ..... "Indian Air Force unhappy at progress of PAK-FA fifth-gen fighter .....The Indian Air Force (IAF) has expressed concerns to Russia over technical problems and delays plaguing the USD10.5 billion Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) programme, which is based on the Russian Air Force's Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA platform.
Da quello che ho capito in quel paese vige, come regola numero 1, lamentarsi.. non importa il perche', ma lamentarsi in modo da arrivare a farsi fare uno sconto importante.richelieu ha scritto:Oh ..... come sono 'infelici' .....
Si tratta, in realtà, di due programmi di acquisto diversi .....Toeloop ha scritto:Ma non dovevano aver preso il Rafale? Ora il PAK-FA?richelieu ha scritto:Oh ..... come sono 'infelici' .....
Fonte ..... "Indo-Russian Jet Program Finally Moves Forward" .....India and Russia have finally sorted out all sticky issues that have been holding back an agreement on the Fifth Generational Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) program, a Russian diplomat in India said, ending the opening chapter of a program expected to build 200 jets at a cost of $30 billion.
Fonte ..... "Stealth Technology: Theory and Practice" .....The history of stealth technology began in 1966, when radar specialists at Lockheed came across an article written by physicist Peter Ufimtsev in a popular Soviet scientific and technical journal.
The article said that a certain type of aircraft made of particular materials and with a specific angular shape and paint could be almost invisible to radar.
This article piqued the interest of American military experts, who decided to build and test such an aircraft.
Fonte ..... "Airshow China 2014: PAK-FA's new anti-radiation missile set for 2015 series production" .....The new missile weighs 650 kg with a warhead weight of 149 kg, is 4.19 m long, has a wingspan of 0.8 m, and a diameter of 0.38 m.
The Kh-58UShK's maximum speed is 4,200 km/h and it can be launched at aircraft speeds of Mach 0.47-1.5.
It can also be launched at altitudes between 20-20,000 m, providing a maximum range varying between 76-245 km.
The minimum range is 10-12 km, this at a launch height of 200 m.
The Kh-58UShK has an 80% probability of striking within 20 m of the target emmiter.
Vultur ha scritto:Non so se se ne è già parlato, ma secondo il contrammiraglio Victor Bursyuc, la marina russa già pensa a un PAK-FA navale per un'ipotetica nuova portaerei, che però non sarà impostata prima del 2030.
http://vpk.name/news/120067_dlya_vmf_ro ... a_t50.html
Il resto riguarda altri argomenti e ..... non una parola sul T-50 incendiatosi in volo alcuni mesi fa .....Russian Air Force (VVS) will have received 55 Sukhoi PAK-FA (T-50) fighter aircraft by 2020, according to Vladislav Goncharenko, the deputy director of the United Aircraft Corporation's (UAC's) combat aircraft department.
The first PAK-FA deliveries are scheduled for 2016.
"The number of prototypes is increasing; the state trial programme is being conducted as per schedule," Goncharenko told Echo of Moscow Radio on 16 December.
Five PAK-FAs have been produced and three more are now being constructed at the Sukhoi Aviation Holding Company Y.A.Gagarin in Komsomolsk-on-Amur (KnAAZ).
Fonte ..... "Russia Will Have 55 Stealth Sukhoi T-50 Fighters By 2020, But Are They As Good As The US Stealth Jets?" .....But the aircraft’s general stealth capabilities, and whether Russia truly has entered the small club of countries capable of producing stealth technology, are still debated.
Only the U.S. has stealthy aircraft in service; China has flown prototypes.
“The T-50 is a sort of work in progress,” said Richard Aboulafia, a military aviation expert and vice president at the Teal Group, an aviation consultancy firm.
“There’s certainly an aspect of stealthiness, but stealth is about a lot more than just a smartly designed airframe. It’s about coatings, which is extremely proprietary.”
Fonte ..... "Russia and India agree preliminary design for FGFA fighter" .....Russian and Indian officials have agreed the preliminary design for the Sukhoi/Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA), Russian state media reported on 10 January.
Design of the export variant of the Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA combat aircraft has now been completed, the Sputnik news agency quoted Andrey Marshankin, the regional director of international cooperation at the united Russian-Indian aircraft manufacturing company, as saying.
Fonte ..... "India, Russia agree to fast-track FGFA programme" .....India and Russia agreed on 21 January to expedite their joint military programmes, particularly the delayed Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) project.
"We discussed all issues, including the FGFA, and have decided to fast-track many of them as there are apprehensions about the slow pace in their execution," Indian defence minister Manohar Parrikar said in New Delhi.
..... ed affiorano nuove informazioni sull'incendio in volo avvenuto lo scorso Giugno ..... mese fatale per i nuovi aerei 'stealth' .....While the program has been "announced with a great deal of promise for the overall Indo-Russian defense cooperation," the fighter jet project "is currently confronted with a myriad of problems. With India already having paid US $295 million for the preliminary design and development costs, Russian unwillingness to share design information on the aircraft is not being received well in New Delhi," said Monika Chansoria, senior fellow at the Centre for Land Warfare Studies think tank in New Delhi.
Fonte ..... "Russia To Receive 5th Gen Fighters This Year" ....."[F]ollowing repeated demands by India, the Russians finally agreed to carry out a technology demonstration flight of the prototype aircraft in June 2014, which, shockingly, caught fire at the end of the test flight while landing at the Zhukovsky test center near Moscow," Chansoria said.
"What added to the controversy … was Russia's refusal to share any details of this failure, to the extent that a technical evaluation team of the Indian Air Force that reportedly was present at the site was refused access to inspect the damaged platform."
Fonte ..... "AERO INDIA: Upgraded T-50 PAK-FA powerplant in rig tests" .....The Izdeliye 30 engine for Russia’s T-50 fighter is undergoing rig testing, and will enter flight trials in 2017.
United Aircraft Corporation chief Yuri Slusar says the Saturn 117S (AL-41) is already a “very deep modernisation” of the AL-31 that powers the Su-27 and Su-30 fighters, and is “sufficient” for the current stage of the T-50 test campaign.
Fonte ..... "Grounded? Russia's answer to US next-gen fighter hits the skids" .....Russia's ambitious T-50 fighter plane project was meant to develop a rival to two futuristic US jetfighters, the F-22 Raptor and the planned F-35 Lightning-II.
But now, the T-50 appears to be rivaling the F-35 another way: in development troubles.
The Kremlin is slamming the brakes on its "fifth generation" fighter program and cutting its initial rollout to a quarter of those originally planned.
The next russian multi-role fighter .....Valerio Ricciardi ha scritto:Henry Ford diceva "tutto quel che non c'è, non si può rompere"...
...adesso questi bellimbusti volanti son talmente pieni di roba...
Fonte ..... "Defence ministry ignores Russia's requests to discuss fighter project" .....The programme for India and Russia to jointly develop a Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA), long touted as the flagship of a time-tested defence relationship, has run into a stone wall.
Documents available with Business Standard indicate India's defence ministry is cold-shouldering Russian requests to continue the negotiations on a "R&D Draft Contract", which will govern the partnership to develop a futuristic, fifth-generation fighter.
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