le mig-35

  • Ben il me semble qu'il sera présent pour le marché indien.
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  • pilou a écrit

    Ben il me semble qu'il sera présent pour le marché indien.

    Affirmatif!

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/specials/putin_in_india/mig.shtml


    http://www.air-attack.com/news/news_article/2292/Russia-set-to-offer-MiG-35-fighters-to-India.html


    Rafighter.
    Si vis pacem parabellum! Si cette phrase veut dire qu'il faut préparer la guerre afin d'avoir la paix, elle ne signifie pas pour autant qu'il faille la faire, la guerre, surtout en mettant la paix en danger.Rafighter
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  • Et nous, on en achetera combien ? Pour remplacer les Rafale… :mrgreen:
    Ah que je destroye tout ! Ou pas. :pSur AMN : Ciders, commandeur suprême, 10872 messages, inscrit le 02 septembre 2006, à 22 h 18
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  • Ciders a écrit

    Et nous, on en achetera combien ? Pour remplacer les Rafale… :mrgreen:

    Oh le provocateur… :lol:

    Rafighter
    Si vis pacem parabellum! Si cette phrase veut dire qu'il faut préparer la guerre afin d'avoir la paix, elle ne signifie pas pour autant qu'il faille la faire, la guerre, surtout en mettant la paix en danger.Rafighter
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  • Ciders a écrit

    Et nous, on en achetera combien ? Pour remplacer les Rafale… :mrgreen:

    Ce serait dans le cadre d'un effacement de dette ou d'une action humanitaire là non ? :lol:
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  • :arrow: La promotion du MiG-35 sur les marchés internationaux sera appuyée par l'Etat

    "Ses performances n'ont pas été divulguées en détail aux journalistes mais ce qu'ils ont vu leur a suffi pour évaluer le niveau technologique du nouveau chasseur. Le très récent radar anti-mesures Zhuk-AE a suscité l'intérêt général. Grâce à la coopération de MiG avec le groupe Fasotron-NIIR, le chasseur devient le premier appareil militaire russe à disposer d'un tel radar à son bord, ce qui l'associe déjà au matériel aéronautique de cinquième génération. (…) Il est prévu que le MiG-35 qui participera à l'appel d'offres indien sera équipé justement d'un RD-33OVT. Sergueï Ivanov a fait grand cas des capacités d'exportation du MiG-35, soulignant que l'appareil pourrait être exporté dans un proche avenir. Le nouveau MiG se distingue de ses prédécesseurs MiG-29K et MiG-29M2, qui forment d'ailleurs une famille, non seulement par son radar mais aussi par ses équipements optoélectroniques les plus récents. De l'avis des spécialistes, le Mig-35, en mesure d'emporter 6 tonnes de charges différentes, est prêt à combattre efficacement l'ennemi non seulement en l'air mais aussi au sol et en mer. (…) Son premier examen sera l'appel d'offres mené par l'armée de l'air indienne dans le cadre de son programme MMRCA. Le montant attendu des contrats de livraison et de production en série de 126 avions dépassera 6 milliards de dollars. Le RSK MiG proposera son MiG-35 en versions monoplace et biplace. Les plus grands constructeurs aéronautiques des Etats-Unis, de la France, de la Grande-Bretagne et d'autres pays européens qui y présentent les chasseurs F-16 C/D, F/A-18E/F, Gripen, Rafale et Typhoon seront les concurrents du RSK MiG en Inde. "
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  • En gros, le F16 a du souci à se faire. :twisted:

    Il a l'air pas mal comme zinc. Si le prix suit, il va faire un malheur.
    Ah que je destroye tout ! Ou pas. :pSur AMN : Ciders, commandeur suprême, 10872 messages, inscrit le 02 septembre 2006, à 22 h 18
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  • Sur, il a l'air pas mal.
    Mais moi y'a quand même un truc qui me choque dans cet article.

    Mais bon, qu'on nous dise qu'il embarque de l'avionique de 5eme génération … pourquoi pas mais dans ce cas, hors de question de considerer l'equipement du rafale comme " 4++ " .

    Mais bon, la ligne de MiG-29 (retouchée quand même depuis le départ :lol: ) a deja maintes fois démontrée ses bonne capacité aérodynamique, donc à ce niveau là, faire du "neuf" avec du vieux, ca passe encore.

    Je remarque juste qu'apparament, la charge militaire embarquable à bien augmentée, car, avec l'autonomie, c'etait un des principal defaut du MiG-29 premiere génération.

    De toutes façons, maintenant, faut dire MiG-35 :lol:
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  • Fayot. :mrgreen:

    Sinon, Pilou, je crois que les Russes ne nous doivent plus rien. :wink:
    Ah que je destroye tout ! Ou pas. :pSur AMN : Ciders, commandeur suprême, 10872 messages, inscrit le 02 septembre 2006, à 22 h 18
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  • C'était une blague :wink:
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  • Fulcrum power!!!!!

    Je viens de réaliser une petite et bref compilation sur les différentes variantes du MiG-29….

    Variants

    · MiG-29 "Fulcrum-A" (Product 9.12): Initial production version; entered service in 1983. Maximum weapon load was 2,000kg (4,409 lb). Some Russian aircraft had a nuclear strike capability with the 30 kT RN-40 bomb on a reinforced port inner pylon. About 840 "Fulcrum-As" were built by 1991.
    · MiG-29B-12 "Fulcrum-A" (Product 9.12A): Downgraded export version for non-Warsaw Pact nations. Lacked a nuclear weapon delivery system and possessed downgraded radar, ECM and IFF. The RLPK-29E (N-019E or N-019EA `Rubin') radar may also have lacked two modes, giving total of only three. This version was produced between 1988 and 1991 for Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Poland and Romania. Later, most of these were modified to a virtual 9.12B configuration (with removal of the datalink system and IFF) on the break-up of the USSR and Warsaw Pact.
    · MiG-29 "Fulcrum-A"(type 9.12B) : This is a downgraded version for non-Warsaw Pact export customers. It lacked the Laszlo datalink. This version was built from 1986. Avionics include N-019EB
    · MiG-29 TVK "Fulcrum-A": Specially modified as carrier trainer with arresting hook, naval landing gear, refueling probe, but retained non-folding wings.
    · MiG-29S"Fulcrum-A"( Product 9-12S): That continued with production "fat-back" fuselage, small internal fuel increase of 20 US Gal. (76 liters) to 4376 liters (7514 lbs, 3408 kg, or 1156 US Gal) and provisions for two 1150 liter (304 US Gal or 1975 lbs) wing tanks. Total max fuel capacity of 8196 liters (2165 US Gal or 14,074 lbs) with centerline tank included. Possible 4,000 kg. (8,020 lbs.) of stores. Max Takeoff Weight increased to 19,700 kg. (43,340 lbs.). Published max range of 1,565 nm (2862 km). Configured with the improved N-019M "Slot Back" Radar capable of ten TWS target files with two simultaneous engagement tracks the AVV-AE (R-77) "Adder" missile. The first prototype was flown on 3Dec80 by V.M. Gorbunov. The four-section leading edge flap was changed to a five section construction. The improved N-019M "TOPAZ" radar enabled the R-27ER radar and the R-27ET IR missiles which are larger varieties of the R-27R and R-27T original design.
    · MiG-29SD "Fulcrum-A" (Product 9-12S) : Export upgrade of "Fulcrum-A" series with "fatback" modification to the basic "A" model incorporating avionics modules for the Gardenyia-1 system. Total internal fuel continues to be 7384 lbs. (3200 kg, 1136 US Gal, or 4300 liters) which includes a 2610 lbs. (1184 kg, 402 US Gal, or 1520 liter) Centerline tank while most of the Variant 3 fleet have been made capable of 2 x 1130 liter Tanks (3949 lbs, 1792 kg, or 608 US Gal) external wing tanks. It has been rumored that this mod for the Variant 4 actually started the 20 US gallon more internal fuel argument due to the redesign of the number one fuel cell and reduced gun ammo from 150 to 120 rounds. This variant continues with the same basic NO-193A weapon system with minor improvements that included an improved new sighting system (IRST) combined with a better imbedded training system that allows for IR and radar target simulation. More built-in-test (BIT) functions, especially for the radar, was included in the EKRAN to reduce dependence on ground support equipment.
    · MiG-29SE "Fulcrum-A" ( Product 9-12SE) unique production models of the MiG-29S for the VVS and export with or without "fat-back" structural mod, additional fuel, and specific weapon system configurations with the N-019M/ME improved radar design with 10 target track and two target engagement capability with AA-12 missiles. Malaysia received the MiG-29SE version without the "fatback" extended dorsal spine. The single-seatm version has a KCA-3 accessory to the electrical system, improved environmental control system (ECS), and a new active jammer linked to the radar warning receiver. Single and dual-seat aircraft have provisions for underwing fuel tanks, a new western IFF system, new tandem bomb racks for bigger air-to-ground loads, improved flight control system with roll limiter and greater rudder authority for higher AOA stability. Malaysia has asked for and received the AA-12 (R-77) missile software and suspension hardware. Provisions to incorporate the R-77 (AA-12 "Adder") missile are being worked out. Internal fuel capacity appears not to be upgrade by 20 US gallons but remains at the Fulcrum A basic total internal fuel of 7384 lbs. (3200 kg, 1136 US Gal, or 4300 liters) with a 2610 lbs. (1184 kg, 402 US Gal, or 1520 liter) Centerline tank while all have been made capable of 2 x 1150 liter Wing Tanks (3949 lbs, 1792 kg, or 608 US Gal) external wing tanks. Also, max gross weight appears to also remain at the Fulcrum A level of 36,800 lbs. but could be upgraded. The SD variant has an internal active electronic warfare jamming system.
    · MiG-29N"Fulcrum-?": Malaysian local designation of its new-build version of the MiG-29SD. 16 single-seat MiG-29Ns (from production batches 52 and 53) and two two-seat MiG-29NUBs delivered in 1995 for Nos. Normal T-O weight 15,000 kg (33,068 lb). Maximum T-O weight 20,000 kg (44,090 lb), maximum weapon load 2,000 kg (4,409 lb). N019ZM radar. All being upgraded at 800 hours servicing to "full MiG-29N standard", with a 3,000 kg (6,614 lb) weapon load. Raytheon IFF. Cockpit placards in English, voice warning system, instruments and displays calibrated in feet, knots, feet/minute and nautical miles, in-flight refuelling system using retractable extending probe on the port side of the front fuselage, AN/ARN-139 Tacan, GPS and ILS. First upgraded aircraft (M43-12) flew on 13 April 1998. Armament includes R-27R1 and R-73E1 AAMs, GSh-301 gun. The upgrade adds RVV-AE (R-77 AA-12 "Adder") capability, allied to the Phazotron N019ME radar with twin target BVR potential. Performance same as the MiG-29S except for the service ceiling of 18,000 m (59,050 ft). The RD-33 engines have been modified to extend their service life.
    · MiG-29UB-12 "Fulcrum-B" (Product 9.51): Twin-seat training model. Lacks radar and GSh-30 cannon. The second K-36DM ejector seat was inserted forward of the normal cockpit, under a continuous canopy, with a periscope and HUD repeater for the rear occupant. This version has no radar. The gun, IRST sensor, laser range-finder and underwing stores pylons were retained. Length 17.42 m (57 ft 2 in). Normal T-O weight 14,600 kg (32,187 lb), max speed 1,204 kt (2,230 km/h or 1,386 mph), service ceiling 17,500 m (57,420 ft). Prototype (with ventral fins) first flight 29 April 1981. The production began in 1982. 197 "Fulcrum-Bs" built by 1991.
    · MiG-29-13 "Fulcrum-C" (Product 9.13): MiG-29 variant similar to the 9.12, but with an enlarged fuselage spine containing additional fuel and a Gardeniya active jammer. Production "fatback" with new radar and weapon system, improved flight control system, and room for further enhancements. The new upgraded radar is the NO-019M that could grow to a two simultaneous target engagement capability. There is also a gross weight beef-up with R-77 (AA-12) compatibility, or 8,820 lbs ordnance and ext stores, with less than 50 aircraft produced for VVS and no known exports yet an upgrade kit is available. Sub-block of Fulcrum C is the MiG-29SM aircraft with the SM being optimized for precision air-to-ground weapons. There is an additional 240 liters of internal fuel together with the 76 liters gained in the first re-arrangement of the LEX-fuselage volume bringing the total internal fuel to 7926 lbs (3595 kg, 1219 US Gal, and 4616 liters).
    · MiG-29S-13 "Fulcrum-C" (Product 9.13S): Version with the same airframe as the 9.13, but with an increased external weapons load of 4,000 kg, and provision for two underwing fuel tanks. Radar upgraded to N019ME, providing an ability to track 10 targets and engage 2 simultaneously. Compatible with the Vympel R-77 (AA-12 'Adder') air-to-air missile (similar to the AIM-120 AMRAAM).
    · MiG-29SE "Fulcrum-C"(Product 9.13?): - Export variant of the MiG-29S version. Features a Phazotron NIIR N019ME Topaz radar for six RVV-AE (R-77 AA-12 "Adder") AAMs. Optional Western navigation, IFF and radio equipment and English language/Imperial units displays and instruments. Downgraded L006LM/108 RHAWS. Maximum T-O weight increased to 20,000 kg (44,090 lb). The aircrafts performance data is as the data for the MiG-29S.
    · MiG-29SM "Fulcrum-C" (Product 9.13M): Similar to the 9.13, but with the ability to carry guided air-to-surface missiles and TV- and laser-guided bombs. Current production upgrade of the MiG-29S, with an added ability to launch ASMs, including two Kh-29T/TE (AS-14 `Kedge') or Kh-31A/P (AS-17 `Krypton'), or four KAB-500KR TV-guided bombs. First version to offer simultaneous dual-target engagement capability. Prototype/demonstrator 17941 first flown in 1995, in which year it set C-1h records mentioned earlier. Maximum T-O weight 20,000 kg (44,090 lb). Future enhancements were to include radar with mapping mode. This version has been overtaken by the MiG-29SMT.
    · MiG-29M / MiG-33 "Fulcrum-E" (Product 9.15): Advanced multi-role variant, with a redesigned airframe constructed from a lightweight aluminum-lithium alloy. Mechanical flight controls replaced by an analog fly-by-wire system. Powered by enhanced-thrust RD-33K engines, with 86 kN of thrust (in afterburner). Weapons load was increased to 4,500 kg, and additional fuel tanks were installed within the fuselage to give a total maximum range of 2,000 km (on internal fuel). Original radar replaced by N010 "Zhuk", providing ground-mapping capabilities and terrain-following flight modes. New "glass cockpit" displays, consisting of 2 cathode-ray-tube multi-function displays (MFDs). Added compatibility with the R-77 air-to-air missile and a wide range of guided air-to-ground munitions. Number of weapon hardpoints increased to 8 (4 under each wing). Originally intended as a replacement for earlier MiG-29 versions, but funding problems have prevented any MiG-29M purchases by the Russian Federation Air Force (VVS).
    · MiG-29ME "Fulcrum-E" : Export version of the MiG-29M, with the same weapons and equipment but with first-generation Weapons Control System based on the N-019ME radar of the MiG-29SD/SE. Redesignated MiG-33, but this version is no longer being promoted.
    · MiG-29MR : Reconnaissance version of the MiG-29M(Project)
    · MiG-29UM : Two-seat combat-capable trainer version of the MiG-29M(Project)
    · MiG-29UBM (Product 9.61): Two-seat training variant of the MiG-29M. Never built.
    · MiG-29SMT (Product 9.17): Upgrade of first-generation MiG-29s (9.12 to 9.13) containing many enhancements intended for the MiG-29M. Additional fuel tanks in a further enlarged spine provide a maximum flight range of 2,100 km (on internal fuel). Cockpit displays upgraded with 2 large liquid-crystal MFDs in full color and two smaller monochrome liquid-crystal displays (LCD). Upgraded N019MP radar provides additional air-to-ground modes and increased range. Engines intended for installation are RD-43 turbofans, providing up to 98.1 kN of thrust. Weapons load increased to 4,500 kg, with similar weapon choices as for the MiG-29M variant. This version is currently serving the air forces of Russia, Yemen, Algeria, and Syria.
    · MiG-29SMT-II - Further modernization upgrades. The improvements include frontal RCS reduction measures, IR signature reduction and further increases in fuel tankage and warload. Fuel capacity is to be increased to 5,600 kg (12,346 lb) through the installation of the new 219 litre (58.0 US gallon or 48.0 Imp gallon) tanks in LERX, replacing the auxiliary air intakes and ducts, as in the MiG-29M and the original SMT scheme. Eight hardpoint wing (either based on the MiG-29M, with broad span ailerons, or merely rebuilt standard wing) will allow warload increase to 5,500 kg (12,125 lb). Potential avionics improvements include a new radar (N010, Zhuk, Zhuk PH or NIIR Zemchug). Some expect future MiG-29 variants to receive a new engine, the VK-10M, being developed by Klimov for production from 2010, with a thrust of 108 to 113 kN (24,250 to 23,350 lb st). Thrust vectoring may be offered. May use triple redundant digital FBW FCS developed for MiG-29M.
    · MiG-29SMTK (Product 9.17K): Naval conversion upgrade.
    · MiG-29KVP: MiG-29K prototype built to test catapult takeoff and arrestor gear systems, may also have been used as
    a trainer for the MiG-29K
    · MiG-29K "Fulcrum-D" (Product 9.31): Naval variant, similar to the MiG-29M except with equipment such as folding wings, arrestor gear, and reinforced landing gear. Originally intended for the Admiral Kuznetsov-class aircraft carriers, but cancelled.
    · MiG-29K "Fulcrum-D" (Product 9.41): Updated carrier-borne version intended for the Indian Navy. Based on the original 9.13, but with additional fuel tanks in the fuselage spine and a folding radome. Cockpit displays consist of liquid-crystal MFDs, and a new digital fly-by-wire system replaces the original analog system. Compatible with the full range of weapons carried by the MiG-29M and MiG-29SMT. A new spar in front of the original wing box; new strengthened centre-section without overwing louvres (see MiG-29M) upward-folding outer wing panels. RD-33K turbofans with 92.2 kN (20,723 lb st) contingency rating for ski-jump take-offs. Fuel capacity reduced to 5,670 litres (1,498 US gallons or 1,247 Imp gallons).
    · MiG-29K-2002 "Fulcrum-D" (Product 9.41?) : The original MiG-29SMTK (effectively a MiG-29SMT with the type 9.31's folding wing and landing gear), previously offered to India along with the former helicopter carrier "Admiral Gorshkov", is understood to have been replaced by a new, multirole, carrierborne variant based more closely on the MiG-29K/M, albeit without the expensive Al-Li alloys.
    · MiG-29KU : Trainer version of the MiG-29K with a modified nose adding a separate cockpit for the instructor forward and below the normal cockpit; cancelled
    · MiG-29KUB (Product 9.47)- Revised carrier-borne two-seat trainer design offered to India, based on the MiG-29K-2002 with a reduced-span, inboard wing fold and folding tailplanes. It is assumed to feature the original stepped tandem cockpits of MiG-29KU. Some reports suggest enlarged tailfins with integral fuel tanks, possibly even a single centreline tailfin.
    · MiG-29UBT (Product 9.51T): Similar to SMT upgrade, but for the MiG-29UB.
    · MiG-29M2: Two-seat multi-role aircraft, utilizing the MiG-29M airframe (possibly based on the cancelled MiG-29UBM). Capabilities similar to the 9.15, but with LCD cockpit displays and digital flight controls. Proposed single-seat MiG-29M1 version remains unbuilt, but if constructed, it will likely be similar to the upgraded 9.41 MiG-29K.
    · MiG-29OVT / MiG-35 "Fulcrum-F": Production version of the latest MiG-29 with the proven thrust-vectoring engine and fly-by-wire technology. The aircraft uses the same airframe as the MiG-29M1. The fighter is more agile and has an increase in range to 2,139 km (1,329 statute miles). With improved avionics, vast improvements in weapon systems, HOTAS systems, a wider range of air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons, as well as improved defensive and offensive avionics suites. It is no longer tied to the ground-controlled interception (GCI) system and would be able to conduct operations independently. It has eight weapon pylons and is able to refuel in mid-air as well as carry three external fuel tanks. The aircraft is being marketed under the designation MiG-35 for potential export. Russia is promoting the aircraft to various countries in the Middle East (namely Syria and Iran), in Africa (Algeria and Sudan), Latin America (Brazil and Peru), and India, to name a few. Malaysia is evaluating the type as a possible complement to its existing MiG-29B-12 'Fulcrums' and its new Su-30MKM 'Flankers' which are to be delivered in 2006. Sarkisov RD-33-10M engines modified with KLIVT (Klimov Vectored Thrust) 360º thrust vectoring nozzles. Length of engine remains 4.23 m (13 ft 10 in), weight increased from 1,054 kg (2,324 lb) to 1,145 kg (2,524 lb). The MiG-29OVT also features the MNPK digital fly-by-wire system. (serial number 007, coded "156")





    source :
    http://www.scramble.nl/wiki/index.php?title=Mikoyan_Gurevich_MiG-29#Versions

    http://www.sci.fi/~fta/MiG-29-1.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mikoyan_MiG-29



    Quelqu'un est volontaire pour me traduire tout cela :mrgreen:
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  • L'anglais et le français étant les langues officielles du Canada, nous te laissons cet honneur :mrgreen:
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  • Je n'ai pas traduit, mais simplement trouvé une version française chez RedStars : ici

    :mrgreen:
    NIKOVIEW Galerie Photos sur l'aviation…. et le reste aussi ! ^^
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  • j ai envie de poser la question suivante.
    quand est il de la furtivite de cette avion
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  • ou se situe le SMTparrapot au MIG35 ?
    ou est ce que les jour du SMTsont deja comptes c est a dire est ce que le 35 remplacera vite le SMT?
    OF JE NE FAIS QUE POSER DES QUESTIONS
    MERCI VOUS M AVEZ SUPPORTE TOUT CE TEMP
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