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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  2. 2. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />PRESENTATION TOPIC:<br />JOINT FIGHTER-17 THUNDER (JF-17)<br />JF 17<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  3. 3. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />GROUP MEMBERS:<br /><ul><li>S. Abu Owais Bin Nasar(Leader)
  4. 4. Shahzeb Lalani
  5. 5. Rizwan Ali
  6. 6. Muhammad Adil Ejaz
  7. 7. Umair Khan
  8. 8. Muhammad Sumair Hassan</li></ul>CLASS: 1ST YEAR BS(CS) SECTION:B<br />LECTURER:ASIF KHAN<br />COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  9. 9. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />CONTENT:<br /><ul><li>Introduction
  10. 10. History
  11. 11. Features
  12. 12. Weapon
  13. 13. Specification
  14. 14. Cost
  15. 15. JF Radar
  16. 16. The Future</li></ul>DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  17. 17. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />INTRODUCTION:<br /><ul><li>It is a light-weight, single engine, multi-role combat aircraft.
  18. 18. Developed jointly by the Chengdu Aircraft Industries Corporation (CAC) of China, the Pakistan Air Force and the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC).
  19. 19. The maiden test flight of the first prototype took place during 2003 in China.
  20. 20. In 2007 the aircraft's first public aerial display took place in Pakistan.
  21. 21. It give the good friendship between Pakistan and China.</li></ul>DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  22. 22. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />HISTORY:<br />In February 1992, CATIC (China Aero Technology Import and Export Corporation) invited the Pakistan to invest in the project in return for huge Transfer of Technology and participation in R&D of the project. Pakistan Accepted. The First Flight was planned in 1996, but it got delayed because Pakistan wished to upgrade the characteristics in response to India’s acquisitions of Su-30MKI. The project began to Stagnate.  But in 1998, Pakistani PM’s visit to China resulted in the continuation of the Programme.  In 1999, sanctions on Pakistan led to serious setbacks on the programme. Pakistan hoped to install Western Avionics on the plane, which was now not possible. Year 2001 saw the changes in approach to develop the fighter plane. The development of airframe was de-linked from the development of Avionics. The Comprehensive design was completed in September 2002 while the development of different aircraft systems progressed. The First JF 17 was assembled by May 2003.<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  23. 23. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />FREATURES:<br /><ul><li>The avionics software of JF-17 is based on civilian C++ Language which makes its Motorolla 88000 microprocessor functional which then powers the avionics of JF-17 Thunder.
  24. 24. The aircraft’s glass cockpit incorporates an Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) and a wide-angle holographic Heads-Up Display (HUD).
  25. 25. The aircraft is also equipped with Fly by Wire [FBW] control system which controls the movement .
  26. 26. For primary means on communication, the JF-17 is equipped with VHF/UHF radios.
  27. 27. the JF-17 is equipped with Radar Warning Receiver which warns the pilot for any incoming Radar guided missile or even any missile lock.
  28. 28. Air Weapons Complex has also designed the Air Combat Maneuvering Instrument [ACMI] which records and simulates the actions taken by the aircraft during combat and training exercises.
  29. 29. The JF-17 is equipped with single Russian made RD-93 Turbofan engine which produces 19000lb of thrust enabling the aircraft to achieve the 0.99 Thrust to Weight Ratio [TWR].</li></ul>DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  30. 30. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  31. 31. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />WEAPONS:<br />The aircraft would be capable of carrying some of the most modern as well as conventional weapons,including: <br /><ul><li>  70-100 Km range beyond visual range active missiles
  32. 32.   Highly agile Imaging infra red short range missiles
  33. 33.   Air to sea missiles
  34. 34. Anti radiation missiles
  35. 35.   Laser guided weapons
  36. 36.   Programmable delays cluster bombs
  37. 37.   Runway penetration bombs
  38. 38.   General purpose bombs
  39. 39.   Training bombs
  40. 40.   23 mm double barrel gun </li></ul>DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  41. 41. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />Air-to-surface attack sequence of Pakistan made JF-17 Thunder against a mock target during Excercise High Mark 2010(29/03/2010)<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  42. 42. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  43. 43. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />SPECIFICATION:<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  44. 44. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  45. 45. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  46. 46. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />COST:<br />JF-17 is expected to cost $15-20 Million with Chinese hardware. Whereas cost can be further increase by the integration of European systems like Italian Grifo 7 Radar and AESA radar etc.<br />JF-17 RADAR:<br /><ul><li>A Chinese radar KLJ-7  has been selected for the initial batch of JF-17s.
  47. 47. KLJ-7 is a multi–function X-band Pulse-Doppler fire control radar.
  48. 48. It was developed by Nanjing Research Institute of Electronic Technology (NRIET)</li></ul>DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  49. 49. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />IN FUTURE:<br /><ul><li>Order for 250 jets has already taken place which includes the batch of first 50 fighters equipped with Chinese avionics and radar system
  50. 50. JF-17 has a lot of room for improvement which includes equipping of JF-17 with Advanced Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radar system.
  51. 51. Several nations have expressed their interest in JF-17 which includes Azerbaijan, Egypt, Malaysia, Indonesia, Turkey, Bangladesh and Philippines</li></ul>IT IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF PAF, WE WILL RISE MORE!<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  52. 52. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />IN FUTURE<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />
  53. 53. UNIVERSITY OF KARACHI<br />THANK YOU!<br />DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE BATCH 2010-11<br />

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