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    Re: Military Aviation Industry: News

    Post  Hole on Mon Nov 26, 2018 9:46 pm

    The Yak-141 had an R79-300 engine.
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    Re: Military Aviation Industry: News

    Post  LMFS on Mon Nov 26, 2018 10:27 pm

    Hole wrote:The Yak-141 had an R79-300 engine.
    Yeah, the gas generator should be based on the R79-300 but this is apparently a high bypass ratio engine for transport planes... do not find anything related to this new version on the web, apart from that news dunno
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    Re: Military Aviation Industry: News

    Post  Hole on Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:27 am

    Because it is new? Wink
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    Re: Military Aviation Industry: News

    Post  LMFS on Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:52 am

    Hole wrote:Because it is new? Wink
    Yeah, that may make sense Laughing
    Normally there are announcements that a new engine is going to be developed, or that a certain manufacturer is working on some prototype, rather than a new engine even with name appearing out of the blue, but we will see. It would be great to have one option for re-engining of the An-124, this new engine would be the right size.
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    Re: Military Aviation Industry: News

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Tue Nov 27, 2018 11:37 pm

    LMFS wrote:
    Hole wrote:The Yak-141 had an R79-300 engine.
    Yeah, the gas generator should be based on the R79-300 but this is apparently a high bypass ratio engine for transport planes... do not find anything related to this new version on the web, apart from that news dunno

    BTW Р179В-300  or if you prefer R179V-300 was offered as one of contenders for PAK FA, lot to AL-41F, heh MiG again fucked up with ALF for years to come.


    As an alternative to the AL-41F, the R179-300 engine was designed with a 20 ton capacity developed by the Moscow-based Aviamotor Scientific-Technical Complex Soyuz. This engine was the development of the R-79V-300 engine designed for the Yak-141 supersonic fighter The R179-300 engine allowed a specific thrust level of 0.085. According to the information of the Soyuz ATC, the technical level of this engine corresponded to the 4+ generation, and the fifth air force chose the AL-41F for binding to the board. with italos that it can be quickly brought to airworthiness.


    https://www.aviaport.ru/digest/2007/12/17/133511.html


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