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Indian fighter plane

  1. 1. INDIAN FIGHTER PLANES BY ROBIN ROLL NO. – 1178 GROUP - D 1
  2. 2. Objectives  To highlight the strength of Indian Air Force (I.A.F.)  Future of Indian air force Indian Fighter Planes 2
  3. 3. Agenda  History of Indian air force  Introduction and Specifications of Indian fighter planes  Future prospects in Aircraft Technology  Latest developments. Indian Fighter Planes 3
  4. 4. HISTORY OF INDIAN AIRFORCE Indian Fighter Planes 4
  5. 5. AIR FORCE HISTORY A glance at successful 75 years of our legendry air force • • • • [1932 & 1954] [1955-1971] [1972-1990] [1990- 2007] The two births A period of turmoil A time of progress Piloting India into the new millennium Indian Fighter Planes 5
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN FIGHTER PLANES Indian Fighter Planes 6 6
  7. 7. MIG-21 Indian Name: Trishul, Vikram, Bison. Features MIG 21 • Maximum Speed: Mach 2.05 • Service Ceiling: 15,250 meters (50,000 feet) • Payloads: Twin-barrel 23mm gun with 200 rounds, air-to-air missiles • Combat Radius: Internal fuel - 1100 km; 683 miles Security • Pilot on ejection seat with spring loaded arm • Flat bullet proof windscreen Indian Fighter Planes 7
  8. 8. What Ails The MIG21..? • • • • • Lack of advanced jet trainers Maintenance failure Cheap quality spare parts Technical problems Bird hits Indian Fighter Planes 8
  9. 9. MIG-23 Indian Name: Vijay , Rakshak Features • Maximum Speed: Mach 2.35 • Service Ceiling: 18,000 meters (50,000 feet) • Payloads: Twin-barrel 23mm GSh-23L gun , rocket pods. • Combat Radius: 485 - 700 nautical miles (900 - 1300km). Security • Pilot on ejection seat in A/C and pressurized cockpit. MIG 23 • Self Defense : Sirena-3 RWR system Indian Fighter Planes 9
  10. 10. MIG-25 MIG 25 Indian Name: Garud Features • Maximum Speed: Mach 3+ • Service Ceiling: 70,000+ feet • Payloads: Carry short & medium range air-to-air missiles for self protection. • Combat Radius: Internal fuel - 1100 km. Security • SLAR (side-looking airborne radar) Indian Fighter Planes 10
  11. 11. MIG-29 Indian Name: Baaz Features • Maximum Speed: Mach 2.35 • Service Ceiling: 18,500 meters • Payloads: Armed with a range of Russian air-to-air missiles • Combat Radius: 1500 km- without in-flight refueling 2495 km- with one in-flight refueling Security • Pilot seated on a 10º inclined ejection seat canopy in high seat cockpit • Sharply inclined one piece covered windscreen • Three internal mirrors provide the rearward view MIG 29 Indian Fighter Planes 11
  12. 12. JAGUAR Indian Name: Shamsher Features Jaguar • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.5 • Service Ceiling: 36,000 feet • Payloads: Two 30mm Aden guns with 150 rds of ammunition. • Combat Radius: Security • • With internal fuel only - 1408 km; 875 miles. With drop tanks - 2593 km; 1611 miles. A RWR system and active/passive electronic counter measures Litening Laser Designation Pod. Indian Fighter Planes 12
  13. 13. MIRAGE-2000 MirageIndian Name: Vajra (Divine Thunder) Features 2000 • Maximum Speed: Mach 2.2+ • Service Ceiling: 54,000 feet • Payloads: Equipped with the Thomson-CSF RDM radar, fitted with an antilope terrain-following radar for automatic flights. • Combat Radius: With internal fuel - 1852 km. With 3000L drop tanks - 3333 km. Security • An automated receiver/processor in the nose to detect missile command links. Indian Fighter Planes 13
  14. 14. SUKHOI 30 MKI Sukhoi 30 MKI Features • Maximum Speed: Mach 2.35 (2500 km/h) • Service Ceiling: 17,500 meters • Payloads: 30 mm gun and a range of missiles, and bombs • Combat Radius: With mid way fuelling 8000 km Security • The pilot is equipped with a helmet mounted target designator. • Stabilization of the aircraft angular position and flight altitude • Return of the aircraft to a straight and level flight path from any altitude. Indian Fighter Planes 14
  15. 15. Medium Combat Aircraft Features • • • • • • Twin-engine Gen-5 combat aircraft 12 ton dry weight Will use KAVERI engine for propulsion Stealthily made for strike missions MCA should make its first flight before 2015 Why does INDIA need it..??? • • Will Compliment the currently present LCA and Su-30 MKI. Envisioned as a replacement for the British Jaguar and Mirage 2000. Indian Fighter Planes 15
  16. 16. F-16 ( Falcon ) Falcon F-16 Features • Powerful and fuel-efficient engine • Capable of delivering nuclear warhead • Equipped with air-to-surface anti-tank, anti-radar and anti-radiation missiles • Adorned with modular mission computer, a heads-up-display • Uses GPS for navigation Technical Specifications Length 15m Wing span 10m Height 5m Max Speed Mach 2+ Indian Fighter Planes 16
  17. 17. FUTURE PROSPECTS IN AIRCRAFT TECHNOLOGY Indian Fighter Planes 17
  18. 18. F22-RAPTOR Features: • Engine having very low heat signature • Engine equipped with a thrust vectoring system • Cockpit contains six colour LCD and a navigation system. • Best warning systems and countermeasure systems Indian Fighter Planes 18
  19. 19. THE FUTURE--STEALTH Features • An improved medium combat aircraft • • • • A tail-less design External fuel tanks Nearly supersonic speed Radar-proof, can fly at very low altitude Indian Fighter Planes 18 19
  20. 20. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS  Russia offers “Joint Development and Production” of new 5th gen fighter plane  Its named PAK FA T-50 , which means 'Future Air Complex for Tactical Air Forces„.  Envisioned to be superior than USA‟s F-22 Raptor  First delivery possible by 2013-14 Sukhoi S-54, to be modified to S-55 LFI Indian Fighter Planes 20
  21. 21. CURRENT AIRCRAFT INVENTORY OF INDIAN AIR FORCE Indian Fighter Planes 2021
  22. 22. Photo Gallery 22
  23. 23. Thank You.. Indian Fighter Planes 23

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