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  • IZMERITEL
    Indication systems for aim navigation complexes Onboard flight data control and registration systems Airdrome control testing equipments Aircraft and helicopters control and regulation units Unmanned flying vehicle control systems Electronic units amplifiers inverters modules coordination devises The products of Izmeritel Plant are successfully used for Su MiG II Tu Yak Be aircraft Ka Mi helicopters etc Contact Details Address 5 Babushkina Str Smolensk 214020 Russia A B C D E

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  • CAC J-10
    derivative In late 1997 the slightly modified prototype 1002 was lost in a fatal accident Two further prototypes 1003 and 1004 had been completed and designation J 10 bestowed during that year the officially announced first flight date of 23 March 1998 apparently referred to resumption of flight testing by one of these aircraft According to China based sources 10 AL 31FN engines had been imported by end 1997 and four J 10 prototypes completed An unofficial CAC source in mid 1999 stated that two prototypes evidently 1001 and 1003 were then flying with four others undergoing static test still being assembled or only just completed of these 1004 and or 1005 may have been static fatigue test aircraft Chinese sources at Zhuhai in November 2000 stated that between five and eight J 10s then built and more than 140 test flights made nine aircraft identified by mid 2002 of which 1007 to 1009 may be preproduction or initial production aircraft one of which reportedly having made a first flight on 28 June 2002 Service entry should be in about 2005 and some may be deployed in the two aircraft carriers that are due to be built by then Meanwhile unconfirmed reports in late 2002 early 2003 indicated that 10 J 10s had been deployed with the Nanjing Military Region in August 2002 for operational evaluation or familiarisation training and that manufacture of the first two two seat J 10B examples would begin in 2003 and would have enhanced air to ground and maritime attack capability The J 10 failed to make its widely predicted public debut at Zhuhai in November 2002 but it emerged shortly after the show that CAC and the No 611 Institute had completed conceptual design work on two advanced variants of the J 10 one single and one twin engined both having twin vertical tailfins and embodying stealth characteristics Both also featured a redesigned and more angular nose section It has also been noted that in 2002 the China People s Daily referred to the J 10 as Qian Shi Attack 10 rather than the Jian Fighter title that might have been expected This appears to support the suggestion in some quarters that the aircraft is viewed as a J 7 Q 5 replacement rather than a rival to the Su 27 J 11 to replace the Shenyang J 8 CUSTOMERS Reports have suggested a PLAAF requirement for up to 300 but achievement of this may depend upon China s progress with licensed manufacture of the Sukhoi Su 27 see entry for Shenyang SAC J 11 DESIGN FEATURES Tail less delta wing and close coupled foreplanes single sweptback vertical tail with twin outward canted ventral fins single rectangular ventral engine air intake FLYING CONTROLS All moving foreplanes inboard and outboard elevons single piece rudder wing leading edge manoeuvring flaps LANDING GEAR Retractable tricycle type Main units retract forwards twin wheel nose unit rearwards POWER PLANT One Saturn Lyulka AL 31FN turbofan 79 4 kN 17

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  • SAC J-11
    Province Guangzhou Military Region Agreement for an additional 50 to 60 for 1997 98 delivery was reached in August 1997 This was preceded in February 1997 by Russian licence for Chinese manufacture at Shenyang initially in the form of CKD kit assembly in 1998 KnAAPO delivered the first two kits of a reported batch of 15 both of these made their first flight in December 1998 and about 20 reportedly completed by mid 2002 However it was reported in mid 2000 that substandard work had caused Russian technicians to rebuild first two aircraft necessitating import from 14 December 2000 onwards of 28 additional Russian built two seat Su 27UBKs to offset shortfall in Chinese production and maintain pilot training schedule Eight of these delivered by 31 December 2000 with 10 each following in 2001 and 2002 As regards Chinese production six or seven Su 27s were planned to be assembled annually during 1999 2001 increasing to 15 to 20 per year from 2002 Chinese built Su 27s are designated J 11 single seat and JJ 11 two seat Later production planned to be of upgraded Su 30MKK variant Chinese designation possibly J 13 but not confirmed of which PLA AF

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  • Saab J35 Draken
    16 000kg 35 275lb DIMENSIONS Wing span 9 40m 30ft 10in length 15 35m 50ft 4in height 3 89m 12ft 9in Wing area 49 2m 2 529 6sq ft ACCOMMODATION Pilot only or two in tandem in Sk 35C and TF 35 ARMAMENT One or two 30mm Aden cannon one in each wing Nine external stores stations can carry 454kg 1000lb each weapons include Bofors rockets 1000lb 455kg and 500lb 225kg bombs Rb 24 Sidewinder licence built AIM 9P and Rb 27 Falcon licence built AIM 4 AAMs OPERATORS Austria Finland Sweden HISTORY The remarkable Draken Dragon was developed against a demanding 1949 Swedish Air Force requirement to develop an advanced high performance interceptor to replace the Saab J29 Tunnan Among that requirement s specifications was performance 50 greater than any other fighter then entering service Saab s design team led by Erik Bratt used the unique double delta wing giving Mach 2 performance and shorter airfield takeoff lengths than contemporaries such as the Mirage III and F 104 The double delta wing configuration was successfully test flown on the Saab 201 research aircraft before the first of three Draken prototypes powered by an Avon 200 flew for the first time on October 25 1955 Initial production RM6B powered J35A fighters were delivered to the Swedish Air Force from 1960 New build and converted J35Bs featured Saab s S7 fire control radar and a lengthened rear fuselage while the J35D was powered by an improved and uprated RM6C turbojet The final Swedish fighter Draken the J35F introduced a Hughes weapon system comprising a pulse doppler radar automatic fire control system and Falcon AAMs The J35F II has a Hughes infrared sensor Sixty six J35Fs have been upgraded to J35J standard for service through to the end of the 1990s when

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  • Jabiru J200 and J400
    kg 1 232 lb J400 Four seat lightplane CUSTOMERS 98 kits sold by April 2003 including exports to New Zealand South Africa and the United States COSTS Kit US 24 500 without engine US 35 300 with engine 2002 Data generally as for Jabiru Jabiru except that below DESIGN FEATURES Stretched fuselage with second pair of side windows Wings of Jabiru LSA with fuel in wings POWER PLANT One 89 5 kW 120 hp Jabiru 3300 flat six driving two blade fixed pitch propeller Fuel capacity 100 litres 26 4 US gallons 22 0 Imp gallons in wings ACCOMMODATION Four persons or two if flown to ultralight regulations DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 8 10 m 26 ft 7 in Wing aspect ratio 8 2 Length overall 6 55 m 21 ft 5 3 4 in Height overall 2 20 m 7 ft 2 1 2 A in Tailplane span 2 66 m 8 ft 8 3 4 in Wheel track 1 80 m 5 ft 10 3 4 in Propeller diameter 1 52 m 5 ft 0 in DIMENSIONS INTERNAL Cabin Max width 1 12 m 3 ft 8 in Max height 1 09 m 3 ft 7 in AREAS Wings gross 8 00m 2 86 1 sqft WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS Weight empty J200A 300 kg 661 lb J200B J400 310 kg 683 lb Max T O weight J200B 544 kg 1 200 lb J200A J400 700 kg 1 543 lb Max wing loading J200B 68 0 kg m 2 13 92 lb sq ft J200A J400 87 5 kg m 2 17 92 lb sq ft Max power loading J200B 6 08 kg kW 10 00 lb hp J200A J400 7 82 kg kW 12 86 lb hp PERFORMANCE Never exceed speed V NE 138 kt 255 km h

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  • JAPAN AIRCRAFT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    cent of the 777 is managed by JADC s sister organisation Commercial Aircraft Company CAC By end of 2002 CAC members had supplied 904 shipsets of parts for the 767 and 433 for 777 Current research programmes include high speed transport studies advanced systems innovative structures next generation avionics advanced composites design and manufacturing and market research Contact Details Address Hibiya Kokusai Bldg 7F 2 2 3 Uchisaiwai cho Chiyoda

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  • NAMC JL-8
    early 1996 as saying up to 100 needed eventually to replace Cessna T 37 however SLEP for T 37 has postponed main K 8 requirement to about 2005 Chinese PLAAF originally had requirement for several hundred of which 25 to 30 delivered by late 1999 of these 20 reportedly equip No 4 Flying Training School at Shijiazhuang PLAAF now widely reported to have abandoned plans for full adoption Myanmar Air Force last three of 12 delivered in September 1999 Zambian Air Force eight and Namibian Air Force first four also delivered in 1999 Three of Sri Lanka six No 14 Squadron destroyed in Tamil Tiger attack on Katunayake AB 24 July 2001 Egyptian Air Force had received about 45 of 80 of K 8E version by late 2002 to replace Aero L 29 Venezuela considering purchase of 24 in late 2001 Interest also reported from Bangladesh Cambodia Eritrea Laos and Thailand COSTS US 3 million to US 3 5 million flyaway 1996 with TFE731 and Western avionics Egyptian Air Force 80 aircraft contract quoted as US 345 million 1999 DESIGN FEATURES Intended for full basic flying training plus parts of primary and advanced syllabi but capable also of light ground attack missions Sweptback vertical non swept horizontal tail surfaces Tapered low wings with NACA 64A 114 mod root and NACA 64A 412 tip sections sweepback 2 13 8 at quarter chord 1 30 incidence at root 3 dihedral from roots 2 twist FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and power assisted ailerons have hydraulic boost and artificial feel variable incidence tailplane electrically operated trim tab in rudder and port elevator Aileron travel 18 elevators 16 up 28 down rudder 28 Two position Fowler flaps 23 for T O 35 for landing and split airbrake under fuselage just aft of mainwheel doors are hydraulically actuated STRUCTURE All metal damage tolerant main structure ailerons of honeycomb fin and rudder of composites PAC share initially only tailplane and elevators increased to include fin rudder rear fuselage and engine cowling access panels First Pakistan built subassemblies delivered to China in mid 1997 planned output by PAC of 12 tail units and three front fuselages in 2001 24 and 12 respectively in 2002 36 tails and undecided number of front fuselages in 2003 LANDING GEAR Hydraulically retractable tricycle type with single wheel and oleo pneumatic shock absorber on each unit Main units retract inward into underside of fuselage nosewheel which has hydraulic steering retracts forward Mainwheel tyres size 561x169 pressure 6 90 bar 100 lb sq in Chinese hydraulic disc brakes Anti skid units Minimum ground turning radius 6 69 m 21 ft 11 1 2 in POWER PLANT Including prototypes all except JL 8 have one 16 01 kN 3 600 lb st Honeywell TFE731 2A 2A turbofan with Lucas Aerospace FADEC mounted in rear fuselage Production JL 8 for China powered by 16 87 kN 3 792 lb st ZMKB Progress AI 25TLK turbofan ordered in 1997 initial batch of 58 imported Fuel in two flexible

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  • SAC J-X
    likely developer although both Chinese companies are thought to have possibly competing advanced combat aircraft projects in hand According to the 2001 information the aircraft had a canard delta configuration combined with clipped delta horizontal tail surfaces and twin outward canted fins and rudders Conformal underfuselage intakes fed a pair of thrust vectoring turbojets or tufbofans possibly the new 116 kN 26 000 lb class WP15 Empty weight was estimated at 20 000 kg 44 100 lb stealth characteristics and FBW flight controls were assumed However according to a senior AVIC I official in late 2002 this was one of a number of design concepts created by Shenyang in collaboration with No 601 Research Institute wind tunnel testing of which was then under way Two such configurations were illustrated in an AVIC I video shown at Airshow China in November 2002 both showing twin engined tailed delta designs broadly similar in outline to the fuselage of the US F A 22 and the wings and vertical tail of the F 16 Possible power plant is the domestically developed Liming WS10A turbofan with thrust vectoring nozzles Multifunction fire control radars under consideration are said to include the Chinese Type 1473 reported

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