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IL-76TD-90VD passed the test phase in Antarctica

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The next stage of the flight tests of the Il-76TD-90D aircraft was held in Antarctica, the press service reported. JSC "IL".


IL-76TD-90VD passed the test phase in Antarctica


"The joint crew of the Aviation Complex. S.V. Ilyushin and the State Research Institute of Civil aviation (State Research Institute of Civil Aviation) under the command of pilot test pilot of JSC "Il" Sergey Sukhar performed interrupted and continued take-offs from a snow-ice runway with simulated engine failure, differential braking (braking only by landing gear located on one of the sides of the aircraft), landing with one idle engine (converted to low gas), ”the release said.

Also, "the controllability of the aircraft on a snow-ice surface was tested with asynchronous thrust caused by a possible engine failure."

Tests have confirmed the safety of operating the aircraft in similar circumstances. Recommendations to the crew on actions in case of engine failure will be made in the manual of the machine.



It is noted that "the use of IL-76TD-90VD for flights to Antarctica from the mainland allows for increased safety, since the threshold for deciding whether to continue the flight and perform landing or return to the departure aerodrome in the absence of alternate aerodromes and unstable Antarctic weather is transferred to the destination point."

“This is achieved due to the increased range of the Il-76ТD-90ВД aircraft, equipped with more efficient PS-90А-76 engines, compared to the Il-76ТД / МD engines with D-30КП engines,” the message says.



In addition, new engines are more environmentally friendly and meet all ICAO noise and emission requirements. They can be used for flights around the world without any restrictions.
Photos used:
Andrey Borisov (JSC "IL")
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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 14 November 2016 17: 26
    +6
    These PS-90A-76 engines will give new life to old man 76th ... although it would be nice to start changing it to the same IL-96 on the sly, it would not hurt ... He is younger and has a larger modernization resource.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 14 November 2016 17: 48
      13
      Quote: NEXUS
      , it would be nice to slowly start changing it to the same IL-96 would not hurt ...

      These are generally different aircraft in terms of performance and purpose. The 96th even needs a band almost twice as long as the 76th.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 14 November 2016 17: 50
        +5
        Quote: Vladimirets
        These are generally different aircraft in terms of performance and purpose. The 96th even needs a band almost twice as long as the 76th.

        I know ... but what is IL-76? The truck is essentially the most often. How do you feel about a truck with a higher payload?
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 14 November 2016 17: 55
          +2
          Quote: NEXUS
          but what is IL-76? The truck is essentially the most often.

          The truck is there.
          Quote: NEXUS
          How do you feel about a truck with a higher payload?

          Nothing is bad, except for increased requirements for GDP, of which we do not have so many.
          1. In100gram
            In100gram 14 November 2016 19: 56
            +2
            Quote: Vladimirets
            Nothing is bad, except for increased requirements for GDP, of which we do not have so many.

            There, the cost of transportation is also different, and it is not always possible to ensure the full load of the aircraft, which affects the cost of transportation. This is optional. "Mriya" is not suitable for all cargoes hi Different planes are needed, different planes are important ...
      2. 210ox
        210ox 14 November 2016 18: 42
        +5
        We’ll return to the Antarctic! But the responsible and irresponsible gentlemen lobbying for the interests of Boeing and the like should be pressed (or maybe put) to the wall ..
        1. ancient
          ancient 14 November 2016 18: 54
          +6
          Quote: 210ox
          We’ll return to the Antarctic! But the responsible and irresponsible gentlemen lobbying for the interests of Boeing and the like should be pressed (or maybe put) to the wall ..


          And when did our people leave her? belay belay

          For their first season on a snowy continent, launched on November 4, 2015,[b] [/ b] IL-76TD-90VD performed 12 flights from the southern African city of Cape Town to the Russian station Novolazarevskaya and the same number in the opposite direction. The distance along the route Cape Town-Novolazarevskaya was 4200 km. 125 tons of general cargo were delivered to Antarctica, and about 64 were delivered from the “icy” continent. During a series of flights, 34 tons of cargo was also delivered “internally” from Novolazarevskaya station to the 83rd degree south.

          Flights on the IL-76TD-90VD were carried out by a joint crew consisting of pilots of the Aviation Certification Center of the State Research Institute of Civil Aviation and the Aviation Complex named after S.V. Ilyushin and the technical team of Volga-Dnepr Airlines.

          Photo: November 4, 2015 ....... Novolazarevskaya wink

          1. 210ox
            210ox 14 November 2016 19: 04
            +3
            The work was curtailed at Mirny and Molodezhnaya. Yes, and fewer people than in the 70-80s. Now there is funding and work is in progress
        2. NEXUS
          NEXUS 14 November 2016 19: 13
          +3
          Quote: 210ox
          We’ll return to the Antarctic! But the responsible and irresponsible gentlemen lobbying for the interests of Boeing and the like should be pressed (or maybe put) to the wall ..

          As much as we would not like this, but "loaves" and "watermelons" will not just go away if we politely ask them. Here we need a strong-willed policy in this matter. And as far as I understand, the lobby of these concerns in Russia is not "paper". And with the dviguns, we still have everything at the stage of development and testing.
          1. Inok10
            Inok10 15 November 2016 01: 26
            +3
            Quote: NEXUS
            As much as we would not like this, but "loaves" and "watermelons" will not just go away if we politely ask them.

            ... well, they don’t need to be asked ... he is not a competitor in transport aviation, from the word at all ... Your thoughts on replacing the IL-76 with the IL-96 can not even be commented on ... these are aircraft of various applications. .. well, and clearly confirmation that Boeing- Nothing! ... on the example of the An-124 and 787-8F ... the possibility of loading / unloading, My friend ... one of the main qualities for a transport aircraft ... the IL -76 has the same qualities, albeit in a more modest form .. . hi
            1. NEXUS
              NEXUS 15 November 2016 01: 48
              +2
              Quote: Inok10
              ... well, they don’t need to be asked ... he is not a competitor in transport aviation, from the word at all ...

              But I didn’t mean about trucks, speaking of loaves and watermelons, but about the market of our civil aviation in general.
              Quote: Inok10
              You can’t even comment on your thoughts on replacing IL-76 with IL-96 ... these are aircraft of various applications ..

              96 is quite possible to adapt to the truck. Another question is that Ruslan occupies this niche.
              But, what about the TU-330 and IL-106?
              Say, it was a long time ago and it’s not true anymore? So, 76 is far from young. hi
        3. NEXUS
          NEXUS 14 November 2016 19: 15
          +3
          Quote: 210ox
          We’ll return to the Antarctic! But the responsible and irresponsible gentlemen lobbying for the interests of Boeing and the like should be pressed (or maybe put) to the wall ..

          To the wall? Sorry generously, but we are not the 37th year. And we didn’t leave the North. At the same time, we are actively strengthening the Arctic, building an icebreaking fleet and forming a permanent force group there.
          1. 210ox
            210ox 14 November 2016 21: 03
            +3
            Andrei, talk about the south-Antarctica. By the way, in the North, too many things were abandoned .. There was no money and no work, the stations were partially mothballed or used seasonally
            1. 210ox
              210ox 14 November 2016 21: 06
              +3
              As for the year 37, it might be worth it at the present time .. Too much "ballast" in the country ..
            2. NEXUS
              NEXUS 14 November 2016 21: 34
              +2
              Quote: 210ox
              There was no money and no work, the stations were partially mothballed or used seasonally

              I think it WAS 10-15 years ago ... now everything has changed. There are a lot of hydrocarbons in the north and in the south ... so we put up a place so that the "partners" do not wipe us out of the trough.
    2. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 14 November 2016 17: 56
      +1
      IL-76 sits on the ground, IL-96 how it will do
      Quote: NEXUS
      it would be nice to slowly begin to change it to the same IL-96 would not hurt ... T
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 14 November 2016 18: 58
        +2
        Quote: Thunderbolt
        IL-76 sits on the ground, IL-96 how it will do

        And besides the 76th, isn’t there a more modern aircraft? For example, IL-106, TU-330 ... What is not a replacement then?
    3. ancient
      ancient 14 November 2016 18: 00
      +5
      Quote: NEXUS
      These PS-90A-76 engines will give new life to the old man 76th


      Hi Andrew! They'll give it .. they'll give it, but the question is .. to whom? As always .. "foreign" and "commercial", and the military goes ..... well, you know where sad

      In August 2013, the Russian Ministry of Defense signed a State contract with JSC Aviation Complex named after S.V. Ilyushin "(OJSC" Il ") for modernization works heavy military transport aircraft IL-76MD to the level of IL-76MD-M as the lead, as well as for a similar modernization of the Il-78M tanker aircraft. The modernization works under this contract of the Il-76MD aircraft (registration number RF-76746, serial number 0073479374, serial number 60-04) from the Russian Aerospace Forces have been carried out at the technical base of OJSC "Il" in Zhukovsky since the end of 2014. The resulting IL-76MD-M prototype made its maiden flight on February 28, 2016.

      The upgraded IL-76MD-M aircraft retains the old D-30KP engines, which are being finalized in order to extend their life.
      Modernization work should bring the aircraft's avionics to the level of equipment of the newly built IL-76MD-90A.
      The designated life of the aircraft is extended by 15 years.
      According to the requirements of the Ministry of Defense, the cost of upgrading the IL-76MD to the IL-76MD-M variant should be only a third of the cost of a new construction of the IL-76MD-90A.

      It is planned to carry out gray modernization work at aircraft repair plants or at technical aviation bases of the Military Transport Aviation.
      Earlier it was reported that the Russian Ministry of Defense plans to upgrade 41 combatant transport aircraft Il-76MD to the level of Il-76MD-M.

      Here it is ... MD-M for the military

      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 14 November 2016 18: 55
        +4
        Quote: ancient
        Hi Andrew!

        Greetings, friend. drinks Glad to see you, aksakala grumbler. soldier
        Quote: ancient
        They'll give it .. they'll give it, but the question is .. to whom? As always .. "foreign" and "commercial", and the military goes ..... well, you know where

        You then do not know the ancient feathered that all this will be changed three hundred times. wink Do not hang your nose, friend. I believe that everything has moved from a dead point on the issue of aviation and not only fighter. And thanks for the clarification, thank you very much, friend. You know how to give optimism, grumbler. But you know, I always take constructive criticism with gratitude.
        Oh, sorry in real life, we don’t know each other, otherwise I would treat you to a beer with a roach. drinks
        1. ancient
          ancient 14 November 2016 19: 20
          +4
          Quote: NEXUS
          You then do not know the ancient feathered that all this will be changed three hundred times.


          That's exactly Andrei .. shouldn't I know .... so this "story", or rather an epic wassat from the series why there is no Irbis on the Su-27M3 or Zhuka-AM on the MiG-29M / M2 .. well and so on.

          1. TTZ for this car was issued already in 2008, and in the 9th the first work had already begun (then there really were PS engines) and the plane was called Il-76MD-90A.
          In the summer of 2012, an Act was signed on the completion of the PERFORMANCE TEST on this machine (conducted by the GLIC). Aet is exclusively POSITIVE ...


          .but
          2. In 2011 already then began ... "fermentation" and "additions", the new TTZ and ... PS motors "disappeared", and the "native D-30KP-2" returned. wassat
          I won’t name them, they are already too well known to call them bully
          So we will have what we have .... wink

          So I'll ... "bury" (in a good way) .. your "optimism" drinks

          And then another .. when the time comes and before .. "Hermes" ... "I'll get" wink bully bully
          1. NEXUS
            NEXUS 14 November 2016 19: 28
            +3
            Quote: ancient
            So we will have what we have ....

            Uh, my dear ... anyway, I’ll finish it up to the 76th series with new engines, I think ... though I still don’t understand why I didn’t please our IL-106 or TU-330 ... I’ll assume that it’s possible the notorious import substitution covered these two projects with a copper basin ...
            Quote: ancient
            And then another .. when the time comes and before .. "Hermes" ... "I'll get"

            I always knew that you were not only an ancient grumbler, but also "vindictive" wink I did not forget the old rascal about Kuzya and Hermes ... wassat
            1. ancient
              ancient 14 November 2016 19: 38
              +2
              Quote: NEXUS
              I always knew that you were not only an ancient grumbler, but also "vindictive"

              Well, I'm "ancient" .. so I have everything .. like the "classics" drinks

              1. NEXUS
                NEXUS 14 November 2016 19: 46
                +2
                Quote: ancient
                Well, I'm "ancient" .. so I have everything .. like the "classics"

                Well, we are not done with a brake hook. wink Or sure Hermes do not run in Syria?
                As for -
                Quote: ancient
                from the series why there is no Irbis on the Su-27M3 or Zhuka-AM on the MiG-29M / M2 .. well and so on.

                You can call me a storyteller, but firstly ... I doubt strongly that ZHUK-AM will be on the MIG-35 at all ... as for Irbis on the 27th ... so, I suppose that they’re shamanizing something that they don’t like you kratovtsy ROFAR under our IFI. This topic, I’m sure, is fabulous, but more real than ZhUK-MA.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 14 November 2016 17: 27
    +4
    Well, beautiful, white plane on a white field.
    "And a handsome white plane is quietly passing by"
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 14 November 2016 17: 39
      +4
      Russian engineering is still up to the mark, as the results of difficult tests in the Antarctic tell us.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 14 November 2016 18: 01
        +1
        Quote: Mavrikiy
        "And a handsome white plane is quietly passing by"

        And Toyota Tundra in the foreground
        Silver wheels on black wheels!
        1. ancient
          ancient 14 November 2016 18: 22
          +4
          Quote: Thunderbolt
          And Toyota Tundra in the foreground


          Lyosha, this is not "Tundra", but Arctic Trucks Toyota Hilux wink

          1. Thunderbolt
            Thunderbolt 14 November 2016 18: 30
            +4
            Hello, Sergey! drinks
            I’ll know that Arctic is visible --- there’s a rifle on the wing that has been cut off. In the Antarctic, I’m sorry, penguins from fishing game bully
  3. Kamchatsky
    Kamchatsky 14 November 2016 17: 30
    +2
    [i] since the line of decision to continue the flight and to land or to return to the departure aerodrome in the absence of alternate aerodromes and unstable Antarctic weather has been moved to the destination. "[/ i
    ]
    Cool! Arrived, twisted - and went back home! good
    1. ancient
      ancient 14 November 2016 18: 09
      +5
      Quote: Kamchatka
      Cool! Arrived, twisted - and went back home!


      This is "blah blah blah" from the press service ... some ... "chicken" wrote wassat

      This is only possible if the landing aerodrome is located at a distance of 85% of the tactical radius of the aircraft (for a given flight weight) from the departure aerodrome.
      Then you can go back and still have some "navigation stock". what else to go somewhere else .. if you wish .. "Che" (and "what" happens very, very often in those parts) ... but .. "chickens" do not know about it .. they are like our "uryakalki" ..said fellow fellow ..then .. "so it is" wassat
  4. Kamchatsky
    Kamchatsky 14 November 2016 17: 41
    +2
    But in general, desperate guys: at such a distance from the base, such tasks worked!
    There probably on the glacier a site the size of a small country, there is where it rolls if something. laughing
    1. ancient
      ancient 14 November 2016 18: 16
      +8
      Quote: Kamchatka
      But in general, desperate guys: at such a distance from the base, such tasks worked!
      There probably on the glacier a site the size of a small country, there is where it rolls if something.


      Normal guys trained to do their TYPICAL job! soldier
      Ice airfields are always made with a very large "reserve" .. so there is where to "roll" ...

      1. Kamchatsky
        Kamchatsky 14 November 2016 18: 54
        +4
        Dear Alexander! Thanks for the video, watched with pleasure! good
        1. ancient
          ancient 14 November 2016 19: 31
          +4
          Not at all! .. Always glad drinks

          1. Kamchatsky
            Kamchatsky 14 November 2016 20: 39
            +2

            Well, I spray a little field
        2. KnightRider
          KnightRider 14 November 2016 19: 48
          0
          Quote: Kamchatka
          Dear Alexander! Thanks for the video, watched with pleasure!

          Yeah ... there were times ... Then the Su-27 regiments stood in Kilp-yavra and Rogachevo, and further to the east, the entire coast was covered by MiG-31 regiments
  5. evge-malyshev
    evge-malyshev 14 November 2016 18: 06
    +3
    It's nice to read such good news about the legendary ship, the developers and manufacturers of aircraft and engines !!!
  6. viktorR
    viktorR 14 November 2016 19: 19
    +2
    Americans write that yesterday our MiG on Kuz crashed. http://www.combataircraft.net/2016/11/14/russian-
    navy-mig-29-in-mediterranean /
    No one in the know has a refutation / confirmation from our MO?
    1. rudolff
      rudolff 14 November 2016 19: 24
      +3
      Fox News reports MiG-29 crash from Admiral Kuznetsov
      1. ancient
        ancient 14 November 2016 19: 43
        +2
        Quote: rudolff
        Fox News reports MiG-29 crash from Admiral Kuznetsov


        Hello friend! Already read ..... 3 took off, one returned due to technical malfunction, during landing approach .. "fell" into the water. The pilot ejected.
        All that I could translate.
        References to Navy intelligence sources. Well, if there is one pilot, then just "29K" soldier
        1. rudolff
          rudolff 14 November 2016 19: 49
          0
          Hello buddy! I can imagine what kind of "debriefing" will be now.
        2. viktorR
          viktorR 14 November 2016 19: 50
          0
          My link is written just about luck ...
          Initial indications are that the aircraft was a two-seat MiG-29KUBR version
  7. midshipman
    midshipman 14 November 2016 19: 35
    +4
    JSC "VNIIRA-Navigator" works very effectively in St. Petersburg. The specialists of this organization have modernized the BNPK of this aircraft, and in 2007 it successfully landed at an ice airfield in Antarctica near the Lazarevskaya station. The navigation and landing complex operates on this aircraft in accordance with the requirements of ICAO category III. The pilots, when approaching, have the usual information about the landing course and the glide path of the descent. Scientists of this organization, under my scientific supervision, have published a monograph "Development of Navigation Technologies to Improve Flight Safety". The organization is headed by D.Sc. V. I. Baburov In the 80s, I was a member of the State Commission on behalf of the USSR Ministry of Radio Industry, which, based on the test results, signed an act on the transfer of the aircraft to serial production and its acceptance for ......., I have the honor.
  8. UralMan
    UralMan 14 November 2016 19: 40
    +1
    Quote: NEXUS
    These engines are PS-90A-76

    ===========
    engines may be good .... why
    A MiG-29 from the air group of the cruiser "Admiral Kuznetsov" crashed in the Mediterranean, Fox News reports. According to preliminary data, the fighter fell into the sea .......
    =========
    again those malfunction ....
    Americans out .... with a shout of "banzai" head to head
    and ours ... again the bolts got out ....
    Well, get hurt ....
    1. fzr1000
      fzr1000 14 November 2016 19: 58
      0
      Well, yes, why not put it on the whole world? We learn to fly with an aircraft carrier and save pilots. This is the main thing.
      1. Linkor200
        Linkor200 15 November 2016 00: 30
        0
        fzr1000 - "We are learning to fly ..." - The so-called "aircraft carrier" is 30 years old. And all these years you are ONLY learning. And when you start to FLY, really - what, in another 30 years.
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 15 November 2016 00: 33
          0
          Quote: Linkor200
          The so-called "aircraft carrier" is 30 years old. And all these years you are ONLY learning. And when will you start to FLY, really - what, in another 30 years

          - envy sinful laughing
  9. aiden
    aiden 14 November 2016 19: 45
    +2
    MiG-29 crashed from Kuznetsov. The pilot ejected, he was picked up by a helicopter.
  10. Karaul73
    Karaul73 15 November 2016 07: 49
    0
    Quote: 210ox
    only

    And you, my dear, are not you a ballast? Or you will say - and what for me. And who will decide on the assignment of "ballasts".