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Discussion in 'China & Asia Pacific' started by MiG-23MLD, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. RMLOVER

    RMLOVER Lieutenant FULL MEMBER

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    Chinese JH-7A

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    Chinese J-15 fighter jet number 104 as one of the aircraft participating the parade had been damaged due to fan blade failure (self-destruction).
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    Here is the news source: Birds hit the J-15 after taking off and the pilot landed successfully
    http://war.163.com/17/0817/09/CS1H4ULI000181KT.html
     
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    Chinese air to air missiles:

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    PL-12 air to air missiles:

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    Chinese J-10C (equipped with AESA radar) with PL-10 and PL-15 air to air missiles:

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    Chinese J-16 (equipped with AESA radar) with PL-10 and PL-15 air to air missiles:

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    The pilot's helmet is my favorite.
     
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    Chinese jet trainer JL-10

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    Chinese J-16

    Specifications


    • Crew: 2
    • Length: 21.9 m (72 ft)
    • Wingspan: 14.7 m (48.25 ft)
    • Height: 6.36 m (20.85 ft)
    • Wing area: 62.04 m2 (667.80 ft2)
    • Empty weight: 17,700 kg (38,600 lb)
    • Loaded weight: 26,000 kg (58,000 lb)
    • Max. takeoff weight: 35,000 kg (77,000 lb)
    • Powerplant: 2 × WS-10A afterburning turbofans
      • Dry thrust: 89.17 kN (20,050 lbf) each
      • Thrust with afterburner: 135 kN (33,000 lbf) each
    Performance

    Armament

    Machine gun: 1 × GSh-30-1 30 mm cannon (150 rounds)
    Air-to-air missiles: 8 × PL-12/PL-15 missiles, 4 × PL-9/PL-10 missiles
    Ground missiles: anti-ship anti-radar missiles.
    Bomb: a variety of satellites and laser-guided bombs and rockets.
    A total of 12 hanging points

    J-16 equipped with AESA radar(automatic electronic scanning array radar), has the ability to fight with multiple targets, and can identify the relevant information of the target.

    J-16 electro-optical aiming system (EOTS): This is a high performance, lightweight multi-function system. It includes a third generation of staring forward-looking infrared (FLIR). This FLIR can accurately detect and identify targets at farther away from the zone. EOTS also features high-resolution imaging, automatic tracking, infrared search and tracking, laser indication, ranging and laser point tracking.

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    Useless Su 27 copy....
     
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    Comparing to the Chinese homemade J-16, all the Su-30 and Su-27 are inferior including the Indian Su-30MKI.

    When the Indian Su-30MKI facing J-16 equipped with AESA radar, PL-15 missiles(range over 300 km at a speed greater than Mach 4) and PL-10 missiles, they are useless.
     
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    Keep dreaming , a copy can never surpass the original...
     
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    In the beginning, Chinese only wanted to buy a few Su-35 to test and do research on the 117S engines, but Russians refused and required the minimum quantity is 24 for USD 2 billion. The Chinese has no choice and had to pay the price, but these 24 Su-35 jets will be the last lot Russian jet fighters bought by China. These Su-35 jets will be good training partners for Chinese homemade J-16, J-10C and J-20 so that the Chinese can find out the weakness and improve.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sukhoi_Su-35

    In November 2015, China became the first export customer for the Su-35 when the Russian and Chinese governments signed a breakthrough contract worth $2 billion for the purchase of 24 aircraft for the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF).[96][97] Although Chinese officials had first shown interest in the modernized Su-35 design in 2006,[98] it was not until 2010 when Rosoboronexport, the Russian state agency responsible for the export and import of defence products, started talks with the Chinese government on the sale of the Su-35.[99] Russian officials publicly confirmed that talks had been going on in 2012, when a protocol agreement on the purchase of the aircraft was signed.[100]

    Negotiations over the sale of the Su-35 proved protracted due to concerns over intellectual property rights. Since China had reverse engineered the Su-27SK and Su-33 to create the J-11B and J-15, respectively,[101] there were concerns that China would copy the airframe and offer the copied design on the export market. At one stage Rosoboronexport demanded that China provide a legally-binding guarantee against copying.[101] However, industry sources believed that Chinese industry was interested in the izdeliye 117S engine and Irbis-E radar.[100][102] According to The Diplomat, however, China was primarily interested in the engine of the Su-35, as the country was already test flying the J-11D. While the aircraft reportedly has less range, payload and manoeuvrability than the Su-35, the J-11D has an AESA radar, instead of the PESA as found on the Su-35.[103] Various reports have drawn attention to the need for Chinese industry to close the technological gap between its engine industry and those of the US, Europe and Russia.[97][100]

    In any case, Rosoboronexport insisted that China purchase a minimum of 48 aircraft to offset risks of copying. It was only with the direct intervention by the Kremlin in late 2012 which lowered the minimum number of aircraft to 24.[104] Another intractable problem was the Chinese insistence that the aircraft include Chinese-made components and avionics. The Kremlin too intervened and conceded to such demands and allowed the deal to proceed. This was viewed as a major concession since the sales of such components are reportedly lucrative.[100] The contract did not include any technology transfers; however, according to analysts, Chinese specialists would examine the aircraft systems and assess the strengths and weaknesses of the country's industry.[98] The first four aircraft were delivered in December 2016. The type could possibly the last fighter aircraft China imports from abroad.[105]
     
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