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Russian New-Generation Aircraft Engines To Be Presented Soon

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posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 09:02 PM
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Russian engine maker Saturn will present new-generation engines at the MAKS-2005 air show near Moscow on August 16-21. These will be civil and military aircraft engines, including a new SaM 146 engine and an engine for both current and future prototypes of the Sukhoi family.




RIA Novosti: Russian firm to show new-generation aircraft engines at MAKS-2005 air show

03/ 08/ 2005


Saturn, a Russian engine maker, will present new-generation civil and military aircraft engines at the MAKS-2005 air show in Zhukovsky near Moscow on August 16-21, the company said Wednesday.

According to a Saturn news release, the company will present two projects, including a new SaM 146 engine for regional civilian aircraft and an engine for the Sukhoi family of military planes. Engines for the latter are designed for both current models and future prototypes.

"Both are fifth-generation engines," Saturn's Director General Yury Lastochkin said in the release.

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This will be interesting. I wish I could be there to see them.


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posted on Aug, 3 2005 @ 10:34 PM
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tssss, old tale the russians wont have their pakfa until see the true numbers of the raptor or F35

is more probable that the engines are for su27 upgrades

anyway cool avatar Hellmutt!!!!, is real or photoshope????


[edit on 3-8-2005 by grunt2]



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 01:29 AM
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that plane looks like a F-35



maybe someone PS



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 04:34 AM
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ok... Wonder if the engiens will bepowerful...



posted on Aug, 4 2005 @ 11:56 AM
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35000 pounds of thrust for AL-41F, one powerful mofo indeed. Outperform the AL-31F by roughly 8000 pounds of thrust. Go to Veniks and see the J-10 article, it tells the specs of the AL-31F and the AL-41F, and the P&W F-100 (or something, not good with American engines).



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 03:44 AM
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the thing about russians engines is that they dont have a very long life. the mig-29 engine is something like 1/10th the life of a comparable western one.

maybe its just russian thinking. because when they send it up its going to get shot down anyway.

or maybe the AL-41 will have a longer service life



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 03:55 AM
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Originally posted by COWlan
35000 pounds of thrust for AL-41F, one powerful mofo indeed. Outperform the AL-31F by roughly 8000 pounds of thrust. Go to Veniks and see the J-10 article, it tells the specs of the AL-31F and the AL-41F, and the P&W F-100 (or something, not good with American engines).


Currently, the Raptors F119 engines are stated and rated on a number of internet sources at 35,000 pounds. As as been shown in another topic on the Raptor, that this is probably higher, being they maximum thrust is classified. On the other hand, the JSF's engine is said to be rated at 40,000 pounds and will likewise be unknown and classified.

The AL-41F's are good comparable engines, nonetheless.





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