Asian Aerospace 2004

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby JTull » 09 Mar 2004 16:16

Is that helmet with HMS?

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 09 Mar 2004 16:30

Ok a few other things i got my hand on
Couldn't scan it so i am giving a brief picture

ALH DHRUV
Weapons integration on the ALH for Indian Armed Forces is being progressed to make ALH a complete battlefield helicopter. Planned Armed role comprises integration of Turret gun, Anti-tank missile, Rocket system, Air to Air missile, EW suite for army varient and RADAR, Sonar Sonics, Electronic support measure, Tactical Mission System, Torpedo Electronics, Anti-ship missile systems for Naval Varient.

On Armed Role for Navy varient equipping with Sonar, Radar, ESM and Torpedo has been completed and sea trials are scheduled shortly.

IJT

IJT is a tandem seat, trainer aircraft powered by proven and fuel efficient LARZAC 04 H20 Turbofan engine. The aircraft can fly at speed of 750kmph with an altitude of 9kms. The takeoff weight is 4500kgs which include a capacity to carry up to 1000kg of ordinance. The cockpit is configured with state of art avionics suite including active matrix liquid crystal displays for basic flight instruments, HUD AND GPS.

Other Tit-bits

The upgrade plan for Jaguar is in advanced stage of completetion and 2 prototype have already completed 22 flights towards certification as of end JAN 2004

Mig-27M upgrade of 2 aircrafts is under progress and first flight of prototype is planned early 2004

Deliveries of Upgraded HS 748 have commenced.

IF anyone wants the technical info on the PTAE-7 powering the LAkshya then let me know i will post it also.

There is a picture of SARAS cockpit (2 big MFD's with 5-6 smaller ones) rest everything is clean.

SARAS has also been offered for remote sensing, aerial research service, coast guard, border patrol, air ambulance.

Then there is a Brahmos leaflet that had a catchy line to it
shows a big Brahmos pictre with small pictures of diffect launch platforms and in big letter it states

When power is Reckoned...PEACE follows :rotfl:

Abhisham

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby ragupta » 09 Mar 2004 16:54

SARAS has also been offered for remote sensing, aerial research service, coast guard, border patrol, air ambulance.

Will SARAS make the maiden flight ever, or it will be sold in design form only?.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 09 Mar 2004 17:01

Well the huge leaflet says that it was rolled out in feb4 2003 and maiden flight was to occur in june 2003 :confused:

Abhisham

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Guest » 09 Mar 2004 17:57

FWIW, there's a SARAS countdown watch on NAL's web page with regular updates. (last update was on Feb 29th)

http://www.nal.res.in/pages/sarasbundle.htm

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby merlin » 09 Mar 2004 18:42

<I>>>IF anyone wants the technical info on the PTAE-7 powering the LAkshya then let me know i will post it also.</I>

Nekhi, aur pooch pooch? Please post ASAP.

Thanks

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 09 Mar 2004 19:05

Abhisham,

Yeah yeah, please upload everything you can.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 09 Mar 2004 22:05

PTAE-7
Engine is a single shaft, light weight low cost short life turbo jet engine suitable for pilotless target Air craft/RPV's

The engine comprises:
- four stage axial compressor
- single stage axial turbine.
- annular straight flow combustor.
- sixteen fuel burners.
- operating and starting control systems

Starting system:
Starting by implingment of air on trubine blades

Lubrication system:
Total lost oil mist lubrication system

Control sytem:
Microprocessor based Digital Engine Control Sytem

Performance:
(ISA- SEA LEVEL- STATIC CONDITION)
Thrust 380kg
SFC 1.15kg/hr/kg
Engine mass flow: 6.65 kg/sec
compressor pressure ratio 4.65
Engine speed 29500 RPM

Dimensions:
Length 1270mm
Diameter 330mm
weight 65kg

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 09 Mar 2004 22:15

On going Cheetah/chetak upgrades include
Artificial Horizon(AH)
Directional Gyro (DG)
Automatic Direction Finder (ADF)
V/UHF communication sets by improved and lighter instruments
Flight Monitoring Sytem(FMS)
GPS
ELT
CVR
Stand alone homing system
Engine TM-333-2M2

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby ManuJ » 09 Mar 2004 22:28

Originally posted by Abhisham:
Deliveries of Upgraded HS 748 have commenced.
Abhisham, do you know what this upgrade involves?

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Ashutosh » 09 Mar 2004 22:53

[quote]Originally posted by Abhisham:
Then there is a Brahmos leaflet that had a catchy line to it

[b]When power is Reckoned...PEACE follows :D

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 10 Mar 2004 00:25

Nopes all it mentions is enhance reliability, flight safety and operational capability. I wasn't interested to know more, not much time to see everything at the airshow. I guess its more to do with navigational aid package and other tit-bits on the lines of upgrades for helicopters and jets.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby s_nick » 10 Mar 2004 09:12

Originally posted by Abhisham:

[b]On Armed Role for Navy varient equipping with Sonar, Radar, ESM and Torpedo has been completed and sea trials are scheduled shortly.

[/b]
Wat about MAD? :whine:

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 18 Mar 2004 13:36

Some more pics .. 50-500 sigma zoom lens .. canon 300D

http://zplus.clubsnap.org/images/20040228_asianaero/index.htm


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