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Sukhoi Su-30 (Wallpaper 4)

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter Wallpaper 4
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Sukhoi Su-30 (Wallpaper 4)
4. Photo wallpaper gallery of Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter. 4. Sukhoi Su-30 Jet Fighter pictures and images collection.
In 1993 Sukhoi converted the first series produced Su-30 into a demonstrator to market the multi-role version designated Su-30MK. MK standing for Modernizirovannyi Kommercheskiy ('modified commercial') indicating that this new version was developed especially for the export market. Centerpoint of the new version would be an upgraded multirole fire control system, depending on the customer's requirements. The air-to-ground capability of the aircraft is effectively greatly enhanced and a large variety of new guided missiles and bombs were added to the armament options. For the air-to-air role, the new RVV-AE (R-77) medium-range active radar homing missile was added to the options. The Su-30MKK multi-role twin-seat fighter was developed for China. Like the Su-30MKI it gas a twin-seat cockpit with modern multifuction displays and is equipped with an in-flight refuelling system. In addition to these updates, the aircraft is also fitted with the larger fins of the Su-35 design to accomodate more fuel. However it does not have the canards and TVC engines for super manoeuvrability. The aircraft carries the N001VE radar which is compatible with the RVV-AE missile. Like other Su-30MK derivatives it carries a wide arrange of air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons on 12 hardpoints. The take-off weight however has been increased to 38,000 kg by airframe and landing gear stengthening. This makes the Su-30MKK the only Su-27 derivative which is capable of both maximum payload and maximum fuel carriage. In 1999 Sukhoi converted the T10PU-5 (first Su-30 prototype) into the first Su-30MKK, first flying on 9 May 1999. It was quickly followed on 19 May 1999 by the first production Su-30MKK '501' built by KnAAPO made its maiden flight. In the summer of 1999 another production Su-30MKK was roled out, this aircraft carrying serial '502' was painted in similar colors as the Chinese Su-27SK/UBK fleet. Series production has begun of about 50 aircraft destined for the PLAAF. Follow up orders consist of the updated Su-30MK2 and Su-30MK3 specification (alternative designations are Su-30MKK2 and Su-30MKK3 respectively).Presumably, the nozzle sense is controlled by the avionics inside it, right? But it is the pilot who is given a direct feed on the nozzle angle? Because maneuvers like the Pugachev's Cobra supermaneuvers are too complex to fathom. Pugachev's Cobra or dynamic braking is a maneuver in which within 3-4 seconds, the nose of the aircraft is pulled up to high angles of attack (80°-110°) and then returned to normal horizontal flight. This causes intensive loss of airspeed. You can execute this maneuver from level flight at various altitudes and at indicated airspeeds of 350-450 kilometers per hour. In level flight at the appropriate entry speed of 350 to 450 km/h, disable the AOA limiter. Execute the cobra by pulling the stick fully aft. As the nose reaches the vertical (pointed straight up) allow the stick to go to neutral and let the nose fall back down to level flight. Smoothly increase thrust towards the end of the maneuver. The AOA limiter will automatically re-engage after executing the cobra.

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