SU35 Sukhoi Su-35
Variants: Su-30 (Su-27P); Su-32; Su-33 (Su-27K); Su34 (Su-27IB); Su-35 (Su27M); Su-37 SU37

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SU35 Sukhoi Su-35
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Pre/Post WW2 USSR Russia Planes - List of Aircraft Ilyushin_IL2 IL-4_Ilyushin Operation Stalingrad , Operation Barbarossa Zhukov (Zukov) MIG19_Farmer SU35_Sukhoi SU27_Flanker SU24_Fencer MIG21 MIG23_Flogger MIG25_Foxbat MIG29_Fulcrum MIG31_Foxhound Mi24_Hind_Gunship Ka50_Hokum_helicopter KA25_Kamov_Naval_Helicopter Kirov_Battlecruiser Kuznetsov_Russian_Aircraft_Carrier Soviet_Aircraft_Carrier_Varyag

The Sukhoi Su-35 is a Russian fighter aircraft.
A derivation of the Su-27 it was originally identified as the Su-27M. It was develped to better the US F-15 and F-16, the proposed improvements would greatly enhance its air combat capabilities and the addition of a proposed new AAM missile with a 400 km range would render the craft truly formidable.

Following flight tests from 1988, based on the 1985 experimental T10-24, the first prototype was publically displayed in 1992 at Farnborough. Flight testing continued and up to 1994 eleven prototypes were built. Intended to enter service around 1995, the first test flights of an improved Su-35, the Su-37, in 1996 and the transfer of existing Su-35 prototypes to this program appeared to suggest the end of the Su-35 without any production aircraft.

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It shares much in common with the naval variant of the Su-27, the Su-33, notably the larger wings and the more powerful engines. Other changes from the Su-27 were canards, a larger nose, the greater use of carbon fibre and aluminium-lithium alloy in the airframe, and larger, squarer tail fins. The new nose holds an improved radar and the aircraft had many other upgrades to its avionics and electronic systems, including digital fly-by-wire and a rear-radar for firing SARH missiles.

A two-dimensional asymmetric thrust vectoring system was tested on the Su-35 and seems to be the basis for the development of the Su-37.


Su-35
length: 22.20 m
span: 15.15 m
weight: 17,500 kg (empty), 33,000 kg (max take-off)
max speed: 2,450 km/h (high altitude), 1,400 km/h (sea level)
ceiling: 18,000 m
range: 4,000 km
power plant: two 137.30 kN Lyulka AL-35MF turbofans, 137 kN each (proposed, known prototypes use Su-27 Al-31F engines)
armament: one 30mm cannon, 14 hardpoints, max external load 8,000 kg

Specifications

Country of Origin Russia
Builder Sukhoi
Role  
Armament Su-34
  • 1 GSh-30-1 30mm cannon with 150 rounds
  • R-27/R-73 AAMs
  • Kh-29T/Kh-31P/Kh-59M ASMs
  • bombs, rockets, drop tanks
  • ECM pods
    carried on twelve external points

    Su-37

  • 1 x 30 mm gun: GSh-301 (150 rnds)
  • 14 x Air-to-Air missiles: AA-10, AA-11, AA-12
  • Cost approximately $35 million
    User Countries  
      Su-33 Su-30M Su-30MKI Su-34 Su-35 Su-37
    Crew 2 2 2 2 1 1
    Dimensions, m
    Wing Span
    Length
    Height

    7.4 + 14.70
    21.94
    5.93

    14.70
    21.94
    6.36

    14.70
    21.94
    6.36

    14.70
    23.34
    6.36

    14.70
    22.20
    6.43

    14.70
    22.20
    6.43
    Wing Area, m2 62      62.04 62.04 62      62      62     
    Weights, kg
    empty
    Normal
    Maximum

    -
    -
    30,000

    -
    24,000
    33,500

    17,700
    25,670
    34,000

    -
    39,000
    45,000

    18,400
    25,700
    34,000

    18,500
    25,670
    34,000
    Payload, kg
    Maximum
    Normal

    6,500
    1,400

    8,000
    1,400

    8,000
    1,400

    8,000
    1,400

    8,000
    1,400

    8,000
    1,400
    Fuel, kg
    Maximum
    Normal

    -
    -

    5,090
    9,400

    5,090
    9,400

    -
    12,100

    11,000
    13,400

    11,000
    13,400
    Engine 2 Lyulka AL-31 afterburning turbofans 2 Lyulka AL-31 afterburning turbofans 2 Lyulka AL-31 afterburning turbofans 2 Lyulka AL-31MF afterburning turbofans, 27,557 lb thrust each 2 Lyulka AL-37F afterburning turbofans 2 Lyulka AL-37FU afterburning turbofans
    Speed, km/h
    Cruise
    Maximum
    [at 10 000 m]

    1,400
    2,300

    1,380
    2,125

    1,380
    2,125

    1,300
    1,900

    1,400
    2,500

    1,400
    2,400
    Maximum Speed, Mach 2.17 2.3 2.3 1.8 2.3 2.3
    Rate of Climb, m/s 230 230 230 - 230 230
    Ceiling, m 17,000 17,500 - 14,000 18,000 18,000
    Operating Range, km
    Normal
    Maximum
    Ferry
    Low Altitude

    3000
    -
    -
    -

    3000
    5200
    6990
    -

    3000
    5200
    6990
    -

    4000 (4500)
    7000
    -
    600 (1300)

    3200
    6500
    -
    -

    3200
    6500
    -
    -
    Takeoff Distance, m - 550 550 1260 - -
    Landing distance, m - 670 670 1100 (950) - -
    Maximum Turn, g +8 +9 +9 +7 +10 +9

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