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Sukhoi su 35


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Sukhoi su 35

  2. 2. Sukhoi Su-35  The Sukhoi Su-35 (Russian: Сухой Су-35; NATO reporting name: Flanker-E) is a designation for two separate, heavily upgraded derivatives of the Su-27 'Flanker' jet plane.  They are single-seat, twin engine, supermaneuverable multirole fighters, designed by Sukhoi and built by Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association (KnAAPO), Russia.
  3. 3. Sukhoi Su- 35  The Sukhoi-35 is designed on the base of the engineering solutions applied for creation of the fifth generation aircraft .
  4. 4. Sukhoi -35 :Multifunctional super- maneuverable fighter  Multifunctionality and combat effectiveness: high-performance solution of a wide range of “air-to-air”, “air-to surface”  High agile capabilities supporting supermaneuverability implemented by a new-generation power plant with thrust vector control and new flight control system .
  5. 5. Sukhoi-35 Length, m 21.9 Height, m 5.9 Wing span, m 15.3 Top speed- 2500 km/hr Range -3600 km Cruise speed- 1400 km
  6. 6. Cockpit 1. Two big color displays with full information backup, wide-angle head-up display, multifunctional control panel. 2. The pilot’s full dataware using a “dark cockpit” concept to reduce a man’s mental workload. 3. Helmet-mounted targeting system 4. Ejection system
  7. 7. Cockpit  Sukhoi has overhauled the avionics suite, at the heart of which is the information management system that enhances man- machine interaction.  The system, which has two digital computers, collects and processes data from various tactical and flight-control systems and presents the relevant information to the pilot through the two main multi-function displays, which, together with three secondary MFDs, form the glass cockpit.
  8. 8. Weapon 1. 12 hard points with 2-station racks available. 2. High combat load. 3. High-efficiency “air-to-air” and “air-to-surface”. 4. weapons including long-range ones. 5. Built-in 30-mm gun.
  9. 9. missiles  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
  10. 10. Radar system • Electronic scanning High detection and attack ranges of aerial, ground and sea targets
  11. 11. Optical location system • Aerial and ground targets detection and tracking through their thermal radiation • Laser range measurement Targets • laser illumination
  12. 12. Radar system  The Su-35 employs an Irbis-E passive electronically scanned arrar 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.  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 TV, Infra-red search and track (IRST) functionality.
  13. 13. Low radar observability  Reduced radar observability due to application of radar-absorbing materials and coating
  14. 14. Electronic countermeasure system  Self / mutual protection active jammer  Group-Protection active jammer  Guidance system for antiradiation missiles  Radar and laser warning systems Missile attack warning system
  15. 15. Fuel system • Internal fuel tanks’ capacity provides for flight range of 3,600 km.
  16. 16. Power plant 1. Two powerful bypass turbojet engines 2. All-axis thrust vector control 3. Power plant fly- by-wire control (FADEC type)
  17. 17. Power plant The Su-35 power plant includes two 117C type bypass afterburning turbojet engines with the multi-axis thrust vector control, auxiliary turbine engine, fuel system, fire-extinguishing system, and auxiliary gearbox
  18. 18. POWER PLANT  The Su-35 is powered by a pair of izdeliye (Product) 117S (AL-41F1S) turbofan engines.  Developed jointly by Sukhoi, NPO Saturn and UMPO, the engine is a heavily upgraded AL-31F variant, and draws on the design of the fifth-generation PAK FA's Saturn 117 (AL-41F1) engines.  Its thrust output is estimated at 142 kN (31,900 lbf), 20 kN (4,500 lbf) more than the Su-27M's AL-31F.
  19. 19. Attack range  The Su-35 sighting system and weapon allows to detect and destroy long-range aerial, ground and sea targets by guided and unguided missiles at day and night and in all weather conditions
  20. 20. Optical location system  It is intended for searching and tracking of aerial and ground targets through their thermal radiation, and also for a target range measuring and laser illumination to home guided missiles with laser seekers
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