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Sukhoi Su-30 (Wallpaper 2)

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter Wallpaper 2
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Sukhoi Su-30 (Wallpaper 2)
2. Photo wallpaper gallery of Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter. 2. Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter pictures and images collection.
2D means directing the thrust in horizontal and vertical whereas 3D means directing the thrust in vertical, horizontal, and angular. In 2D, nozzles can be deflected in only one direction (either both vertical or horizontal) and in 3D case their has been not any correct information because a few days back I read an article which stated that 3D can be deflected in different planes and yesterday I read another article and it stated that nozzle of 3D can be deflected in opposite direction. So their is quite confusion about the working of 3D nozzle. The most important aspect related to any moving machine/vehicle/aeroplane, etc. is the propulsion power/the type of propulsion, etc. Aspects related to propulsion, etc. could be best studied when they are related to an aeroplane, especially due to the fact that there is ideally zero friction between the aeroplane and air/unlike the case in cars/bikes/ships, etc. The concept of three dimensional vectoring can also be applied to a propellor based aircraft. The principles and the benefits will be good if not dramatic when compared to the jet/rocket power, etc. The earlier types of jet technology were purely axisymmetric and the thrust was on the lines of the axis of the jet engine. The 2-dimensional thrust vector allows the propulsion to be deflected in two directions, up and down, or sideways, left or right. 3 dimensional thrust vector allows the propulsion to be deflected in all 4 directions, i.e., up and down and left and right. It is even possible to add roll control using differential ideology. Basically the propulsion of one jet is directed upwards while the other is directed downwards. The 3 dimensional thrust vectors allow you to carry all types of complex maneuvers. You can very well say 3 dimensional thrust add 4 more controls to the aircraft. In the absence of 3 dimensional thrust the pilot had to depend heavily on the basic controls such as rudder/elevator/flap/airelon, etc. It is quite possible that some complex maneuvers can be carried out without using the basic controls at all. The response time is improved a lot by using such multi dimensional thrusts. The Su-30 is a multirole fighter. It has a two seat cockpit with an airbrake behind the canopy. The Su-30MK is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of combat missions at significant distances from the home base, in any weather conditions and during radar jamming, both by day and night.[citation needed] This multirole aircraft is adequately fitted for the entire spectrum of tactical and operational combat employment scenarios, varying from counter-air tasks (i.e. gaining air superiority, air defence, air patrol and escort) to ground attack, suppression of enemy air defences, air interdiction, close air support and maritime attack. Additionally, the Su-30MK can perform ECCM and early warning tasks, as well as exercise command-and-control over a group of aerial combat assets performing joint missions. It has a 9 g load manoeuvrability.

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