Sukhoi Su-35S Super Flanker theme nr 8

29 Apr 2016 admin In G+ Posts Tags: , , , , ,

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The Sukhoi Su-35 (Russian: Сухой Су-35; NATO reporting name: Flanker-E]) is a heavily upgraded derivative of the Su-27 'Flanker.
While the aircraft maintains a strong superficial resemblance to the Su-27, the airframe, avionics, propulsion and weapons systems of the Su-35 have been thoroughly overhauled.
Technological advancements have produced more compact and lighter hardware, such as the radar, shifting the centre of gravity to the aircraft's rear. These improvements removed the need for canards (Su-30) and saw the abandonment of the "tandem triplane" featured on several Su-27 derivatives. Also omitted was the Su-27's dorsal airbrake, which was replaced by differential deflection of the vertical stabilizers. Other aerodynamic refinements include a height reduction of the vertical stabilizers, a smaller aft-cockpit hump, and shorter rearward-projecting "sting".
The thrust vectoring nozzles operate in one plane for pitch, but the canting allows the aircraft to produce both roll and yaw by vectoring each engine nozzle differently. A similar thrust vectoring system is also implemented on the PAK FA.
The engine gives the Su-35 limited supercruise capability, or sustained supersonic speed without the use of afterburners. Radar-absorbent material is applied to the engine inlets and the front stages of the engine compressor to halve the Su-35's frontal radar cross-section (RCS); the canopy was also modified to deflect radar waves.
The Su-35 employs an Irbis-E passive electronically scanned array radar that constitutes an essential component of the aircraft's fire-control system. The radar is capable of detecting a 3-square-metre (32 sq ft) aerial target at a distance of 400 km (250 mi), and can track 30 airborne targets and engage eight of them at the same time. Su-35S uses the N135 Irbis passive antenna array with electronic scanning radar for improved locating. The radar can also map the ground using a variety of modes, including the synthetic aperture mode. The Irbis-E is complemented by an OLS-35 optoelectronic targeting system that provides laser ranging, TV, Infra-red search and track (IRST) functionality. The Su-35 is compatible with a multitude of long- and short-range air-to-air missiles, precision and unguided air-to-ground weaponry that include missiles, fuel-air bombs and rockets. A maximum weapon payload of 8 tonnes can be carried on the fourteen hardpoints. The fighter may use missiles with a range of up to 300 km

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Comments: 14

  1. Original Syn 29 Apr 2016 Reply

    Super Good!

  2. Dadang Hatami 29 Apr 2016 Reply

    Best fighter

  3. Que bonito

  4. Chemtrails…..poison

  5. Ali Elhajj 29 Apr 2016 Reply

    ooh, that's sweet!

  6. Это всё, чем они они могут похвастаться, и то часто падает, а больше у них ничего не производится.

  7. +Queen Khatiti Lightner that is just water vapor. The sharp turn in combination with the wingshape creates a pressure difference. The moist in the air condences immediately. It makes it's own clouds so to say

  8. +Sir Gregory Cromwell…..Thank you for the enlightment….I just don't trust anything that is made by the hands of babylon….They never do anything for the people's good….Only for greed, wealth and money….I just don't trust anything that comes from the hands of governmental society……Bless up my brother and again thank you…

  9. УuRy MeZiN 29 Apr 2016 Reply

    +Unmomento Gostomelskay _"Тело" ты чё косиш или внатуре дебил зависливый?!

  10. Nicolay Lavr 29 Apr 2016 Reply

    +Unmomento Gostomelskay​ ну вы даже этим похвастаться не можете, хотя стоп, вы же постоянно хвастаетесь несбыточными мечтами о светлом европейском будущем.

  11. Alan Surman 30 Apr 2016 Reply

    That is one mean machine

  12. Maroyd Lloyd Daim 30 Apr 2016 Reply

    Maroyd Lloyd Daim

  13. David Cheng 30 Apr 2016 Reply

    👍

  14. Maroyd Lloyd Daim 30 Apr 2016 Reply

    Maroyd Lloyd Daim

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