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  • AYRES
    Helicopters Engines AYRES QUALITY AEROSPACE INC Re named Thrush Aircraft A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z LOOP TV Dim lights

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  • Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit
    03 69ft Oin height 5 18m 17ft Oin ACCOMMODATION Crew of two with provision for a third member ARMAMENT Two Boeing rotary launcher assemblies RLAs one in each bomb bay can carry a total of 16 AGM 131 SRAM Us or AGM 129 ACMs or AGM 137 TSSAMs Triple Service Standoff Attack Missiles Can also carry 16 B61 tactical strategic or B83 strategic freefall nuclear bombs or 80 Mk 82 1000lb 450kg bombs or 16 JDAMs or 16 Mk 84 2000lb 910kg bombs plus cluster bombs OPERATORS USA HISTORY Highly controversial for its more than US1bn unit cost the B 2 was designed from the outset to be almost invisible to radar and is without doubt the most capable strategic bomber yet devised Concept work on a totally new strategic bomber incorporating low observable or stealth technology was already underway in 1977 when the Rockwell B 1A was cancelled The resulting Advanced Technology Bomber ATB program was launched in 1978 while a Northrop design with Boeing as principal subcontractor was selected over a rival concept from Lockheed Rockwell in June 1981 Work on the aircraft continued under complete secrecy and only the existence of the program and that the aircraft was a flying wing had been officially recognised until the B 2 was rolled out in November 1988 First flight was on July 17 1989 The USAF originally planned to acquire 133 B 2s although the aircraft s massive cost and the end of the Cold War has seen this figure reduced to 20 although more could be funded The B 2 is unlike anything before it Its flying wing design harks back to Northrop s revolutionary postwar XB 35 and XB 49 and features a double W trailing edge with eight flying control services The flying wing design has

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  • Bede BD-17 Nugget and BD-18 Nugget
    fairings optional Scotch ply main legs Differential braking Prototype BD 17 has 5 00 5 mainwheel tyres and 25 cm 10 in nosewheel tyre POWER PLANT BD 17 Power plants in the range 33 6 to 59 7 kW 45 to 85 hp being considered prototype has 44 7 kW 60 hp HKS 700 two cylinder four stroke engine Fuel capacity 76 litres 20 0 US gallons 16 7 Imp gallons BD 18 Power plants in the range 59 7 to 89 5 kW 80 to 120 hp recommended though engines as large as 134 kW 180 hp are being considered Prototype has 59 7 kW 80 hp Jabiru 2200 Fuel capacity 163 litres 43 0 US gallons 35 8 Imp gallons ACCOMMODATION Pilot only in BD 17 pilot and passenger side by side in BD 18 rearward sliding canopy DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span BD 17 6 55 m 21 ft 6 in BD 18 7 77 m 25 ft 6 in Wing chord constant BD 17 0 76 m 2 ft 6 in BD 18 1 03 m 3 ft 4 1 2 in Wing aspect ratio BD 17 8 6 BD 18 7 7 Length overall BD 17 5 51 m 18 ft 1 in BD 18 5 97 m 19 ft 7 in Height overall both 2 36 m 7 ft 9 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cockpit max width BD 17 1 17 m 3 ft 10 in BD 18 1 19 m 3 ft 11 in AREAS Wings gross BD 17 4 97 m 2 53 5 sq ft BD 18 7 86 m 2 84 6 sq ft WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS BD 17 with engine 89 4 kW 120 hp Weight empty BD 17 236 kg 520 lb BD 18 261 kg 575 lb Max T

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  • Beriev Be-12P-200
    12 ASW aircraft whose maiden flight took place on 18 October 1960 All in all from 1963 to 1973 the Taganrog based aircraft production plant manufactured a total of 140 Be 12 ASW amphibians that had been operated for a long time by the Soviet and later Russian and Ukrainian NavalAviation as well as naval aviation of some other countries Following the beginning of en masse Be 12 decommissioning a programme was launched to convert the aircraft with a sizeable remaining service life into commercial versions for civilian operators The variants derived were the Be 12NKh transport and multipurpose amphibians 1992 and Be 12P fire fighting aircraft 1992 The latter was used for deriving the Be 12P 200 fire fighting aircraft fitted with a set of relevant equipment designed to be mounted on the new amphibian Be 200 The maiden flight of the Be 12P 200 took place in August 1996 Basic specifications Length m 30 11 Wing span m 29 842 Wing area sq m 99 0 Empty weight kg 24 500 Max take off weight kg 36 000 Max speed km h 580 Cruising speed km h 470 Service ceiling m 8000 Range with max payload km 1500

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  • Beriev Be-103
    fitted with integrated flight navigation and communications systems enabling operation in adverse weather conditions by day and night On customer request the aircraft can be fitted with autopilot satellite navigation system and weather radar All versions can be equipped with a copilot instructor flight control station Basic specifications Length m 10 65 Wing span m 12 72 Height m 3 757 Cargo hold dimensions m length 3 65 height 1

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  • Beriev Be-200
    are emptied simultaneously or one by one in a crew selected sequence Given an airfield to fire range of 100 km and an airfield to reservoir range of 10 km the Be 200 is capable of delivering up to 270 tons of water to the fire zone without refuelling Its high climb rate is a most valuable characteristic for firefighting in mountainous terrain and water scooping dumping near obstacles such as trees or hills If fitted with special dispersers the Be 200 can also be employed to put out burning fuel extinguish ship fires and disperse oil absorbers in operations to remove oil film from water surface The Be 200 SAR version is designed for visual and instrumental search rescue and evacuation of casualties in areas of man made and natural disasters This version is fitted with maritime search and surveillance equipment The aircraft is capable of transporting up to 50 rescue troops or up to 60 seated casualties or up to 30 stretcher casualties The Be 200 transport version is capable of transporting up to 7 5 tonnes of cargo The cargo hold is fitted with all the necessary equipment for transporting cargoes in bulk or on standard pallets The crew can convert the aircraft into a passenger version within one hour Depending on the passenger cabin configuration the aircraft is capable of transporting 32 to 64 passengers The Be 200 passenger cargo version is capable of simultaneously transporting 19 passengers and up to 3 000 kg of cargo The administrative version can transport 18 to 24 passengers Basic specifications Length m 31 43 Wing span m 32 78 Parked height m 8 90 Cargo hold dimensions m length 17 00 height 2 60 width at floor 1 90 Max take off weight kg 43 000 Tank capacity cu

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  • BHEL
    Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation in May 1991 Its most recent known product was the Swati light training aircraft production of which appears to have ended in 2000 It was reported in October 2002 that all Swatis had been grounded indefinitely following a series of accidents Contact Details Address BHEL House Siri Fort New Delhi 110049 India Tel 91 11 649 34 37 URL www bhel com A B

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  • MiG-29
    29s are expected to be equipped w fly by wire systems and at least one prototype FBW aircraft presently is flying Present manual flight control system has stability augmentation driven by hybrid analog computer Landing Gear Conventional tricycle arrangement w single wheel steerable main gear and dual wheel nose gear Main gear retract forward into wing root sections following a 90 rotational process that is mechanically accommodated Nose wheels retract aft into well between engine intakes All wheels are brake equipped including the nose gear no anti skid system mud foreign object deflector guard on nose gear Main wheel tire size is 30 3 in by 7 87 in 770 mm by 200 mm and nose wheel tire size is 20 86 in by 3 93 in 530 mm by 100 mm Wheel track is 10 ft 2 in 3 10 m wheel base is 12 ft 0 in 3 67 m A pneumatically deployed dual canopy drag chute is housed in a container at the far aft end of the empennage section between the vertical tail surfaces The maximum allowable gear down speed is 311 mph 500 km h Hydraulically actuated airbrakes are mounted on the top and bottom of the empennage Miscellaneous Equipment Coherent NATO Slot Back pulse Doppler radar w look down shoot down capability Tracking range of a fighter size target is 78 mi 125 km Radar has conventional antenna not phased array and operates in the 54 nanometer range Known in Soviet service as the Type 93 radar it is capable of tracking up to ten targets simultaneously and it is hardened against jamming Additionally it has a ground mapping capability Both single and two seat MiG 29s are equipped w an IRST plus LR infrared search and track system collimated w a laser rangefinder angular coordinates of target are fixed by the infrared sensor and distance is determined by a laser pulse unit mounted in a large fairing just ahead of and offset to the right of the windscreen There also is a helmet mounted sight system Other systems include the SRZO 2 NATO Odd Rods IFF and Syrena 3 radar warning equipment Two seat MiG 29UB has pulse Doppler radar replaced by a small range only radar unit in the extreme nose tip Other miscellaneous combat systems have been deleted or changed W both single and two seat configurations a number of dielectric covers are visible in a variety of positions though most notably along the leading edge of the wing root extensions Inertial navigation unit has two alignment modes Radar altimeter antenna is mounted flush under nose Powerplant Fuel Two 18 300 lb 8 301 kg th Isotov RD 33 turbofans with hydromechanical controls Engines are rt and lt peculiar and not interchangeable They are fed by ramp type rectangular intakes canted at approx 9 from vertical w straight through ducting Intake leading edge sweep back angle is approx 35 Internal ramps control mass flow and shock wave formation Each intake is

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