Russian fifth generation fighter will beat F-22/35 flight called the United States
Russian T-50PAKFA fifth-generation fighter renderings
U.S. media said the F-22A fighter can beat any active
Air Force F-35A Joint Strike Fighter
the U.S. Associated Press reported on the 16th, Russia Sukhoi fighters and India in joint research and development on the basis of the fifth-generation fighter T-50PAKFA, the aircraft will conduct the first flight tests this year. The article points out, T-50PAKFA is a medium-sized aircraft, with excellent maneuverability, supersonic cruising speed, endurance and a high degree of protection. However, the article also pointed out that although the Russian fifth generation fighter performance, but still lost to the U.S. fifth generation fighter.
The article said that Russia’s Sukhoi Design Bureau developed the T-50PAKFA – Sukhoi fighters advanced front air system (AdvancedFrontlineAviationAircraftSystem) representative – is a stealth fighter jet, designed to work with U.S. Lockheed Martin F-35 “Lightning” Joint Strike Fighter, Lockheed Martin/Boeing F-22 “Raptor” fighter competition. Russian Air Force observers have named it “Raptorsky”, the name was inspired by American F-22 “Raptor” fighter, meaning the Russian fifth generation fighter fighting chance to compete with the United States.
article said, the Sukhoi Design Bureau developed the T-50PAKFA -47 and the integration of the Soviet Union’s MiG 1.44 project (Project1.44) technology. Russian space technology R & D Center, Ramenskoye instrument design bureau, Zhukovskiy Academy of Building Research, Yekaterinburg Ural’sk optical and mechanical plant, Moscow, Central Scientific Research Institute of Radio Engineering and a number of research departments were selected as the fifth-generation aircraft avionics supporting the development unit. Russia’s “Saturn” Scientific Production Association’s (NpoSaturn) is responsible for engine development work. Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association has begun its prestigious Komsomol’sk-on-AmureChkalov factory building the fifth generation fighter. Most of Sukhoi fighters are built in the factory.
article said, T-50PAKFA is a medium-sized aircraft, with excellent maneuverability, supersonic cruising speed, endurance and a high degree of protection. PAKFA aircraft take-off weight of 20 tons of its competitors – the United States produced F-35 JSF and F-22 fighter planes take-off weight of 17.2 tons and 24 tons. In addition, although the inverted triangle Su -47 fighter aircraft wing design, designers have an impact on Russia, but Russia will continue to install new conventional aircraft wing.
article points out, although some Russian spokesman said the F-50 deployment in 2013, but the Sukhoi aviation holding company president Mikhail Whale Ge phase (MikhailPogosyan) has been claimed that modern Russia and India fifth-generation fighter in 2015 when it is able to enter mass production stage. Moreover, given the recession-related projects with Russia to postpone the period of record, a longer period of time in the future, the Russian fifth generation fighter may only remain on paper. The article points out that Washington and its allies would be enough time to mass production and deployment of F-35 fighters, as well as complete as the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Israel and other countries of the orders.
conclusion, the article said, F-35 fighters in 2012 the forefront of the equipment, then, Russia’s Sukhoi Design Bureau SukhoiT-50PAKFA will certainly enter mass production stage. However, the road of the future Russian fighters may not be smooth. Many Western defense experts believe that Russia’s fourth-generation fighters unable to resist the U.S. F-35 and F-22 stealth fighter – a high mobility of American fighters, and because it is equipped with advanced radar equipment, it is difficult to find existing ground radar it. In addition, tests related to the United States suggests, has the fifth-generation stealth F-22 and F-35 fighter, able to beat any kind of existing aircraft, including Raptorsky. (Spring)