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Rostec presented a plane for local airlines in Yakutsk

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The Russian Helicopters Association (part of Rostec) and the Siberian Research Institute aviation (SibNIA) held in Yakutsk a presentation of the aircraft for regional aviation TVS-2DTS, said press office corporations.




It is reported that the serial production of the aircraft will begin in 2021 at the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (U-UAZ), and the Yakut airline Polar Airlines will become the first operator.

The project is being implemented as part of the state program for the development of regional air traffic in remote areas. We expect that the commissioning of the new aircraft will allow connecting the most inaccessible settlements of Yakutia and Buryatia by air routes. TVS-2DTS is perfectly suited for this purpose, since it has a high maneuverability and is designed to operate in the most severe climatic conditions,
said a representative of the aviation cluster Rostec.

During the presentation, several pilot flights took place with the participation of full-time pilots of a local airline.

The press service recalled that “TVS-2DTS is a light-engine aircraft designed by SibNIA. S.A. Chaplygin, which is planned to be used to solve the problem of low transport accessibility of remote populated areas of Russian regions, to solve state tasks of providing emergency medical care to the population, extinguishing forest fires, and carrying out agricultural work. ”

One of the requirements for a new aircraft is the possibility of landing on unpaved runways, as well as water and ice.

Before 2025, the Ulan-Ude plant plans to supply up to 200 such machines for the needs of regional aviation.
Photos used:
S.Ivantsov / Alexander Kozlov / russianplanes.net
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  1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Aristarkh Lyudvigovich April 4 2018 13: 08
    +10
    And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane. TVS-2DTS is equipped with a Honeywell TPE331-12UAN turboprop engine. TPE331-12UAN is an excellent, universal, reliable, long-brought to mind, economical and omnivorous, proven on the tracks of Alaska ... One can only hope that Trump will be more busy with the trade war with China and will not stop deliveries.
    1. RUSS
      RUSS April 4 2018 13: 09
      0
      Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
      And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane.

      Whose?
      1. Borik
        Borik April 4 2018 13: 15
        +4
        And if we don’t see the engines as our ears, because of the sanctions, then what will we put? We have an engine, or what? Or ASH-62 to put it seem still still being collected in China.
        1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
          Aristarkh Lyudvigovich April 4 2018 13: 18
          +2
          Quote: Borik
          We have an engine, or what?

          There is no engine of its own and given the volumes:
          Before 2025, the Ulan-Ude plant plans to supply up to 200 such machines for the needs of regional aviation.

          200 machines are not cost-effective to develop.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A April 4 2018 14: 31
            +13
            Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
            Quote: Borik
            We have an engine, or what?

            There is no engine of its own and given the volumes:
            Before 2025, the Ulan-Ude plant plans to supply up to 200 such machines for the needs of regional aviation.

            200 machines are not cost-effective to develop.

            Fortunately (or unfortunately) we need such machines, I think, we need much more 200 pieces. And they could be used not only on local routes, but also in agriculture, and in the army - but anywhere! If he can replace An-2. Who from those who in life jumped with a parachute, does not remember the first "Annushka"?
            So one could think about his engine. And “abroad will help us” - so how many times have their foreheads been smashed about this? And we, and neighbors - near and far .... And if it comes to America, so what holiness and inviolability of the treaty can we talk about? Immediately drive your own!
            1. Avis-bis
              Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 50
              +8
              Quote: Zoldat_A

              So one could think about his engine. And “abroad will help us” - so how many times have their foreheads been smashed about this? And we, and neighbors - near and far .... And if it comes to America, so what holiness and inviolability of the treaty can we talk about? Immediately drive your own!

              Well, for example, the legendary ASH-62IR, which has been carrying An-70 and 2 for years - Lee-80 for 2 years, was "girlhood" by the United States "Wright Cyclone". AL-82, the Victory engine on La-5 / -7, grew out of AL-62. Here is M-105 with Yak-3, he was not American, this is the former "Spanish-syuza", a Frenchwoman. Like the SaM-146 on the su-jet.
              When you don’t have one, but you need to "already yesterday", you have to get out somehow.
              1. Zoldat_A
                Zoldat_A April 4 2018 15: 06
                +9
                Quote: Avis-bis
                Well, for example, the legendary ASH-62IR, which has been carrying An-70 and 2 for years - Lee-80 for 2 years, was "girlhood" by the United States "Wright Cyclone". AL-82, the Victory engine on La-5 / -7, grew out of AL-62. Here is M-105 with Yak-3, he was not American, this is the former "Spanish-syuza", a Frenchwoman. Like the SaM-146 on the su-jet.
                When you don’t have one, but you need to "already yesterday", you have to get out somehow.

                It’s one thing to “blow off” the engine and make your own on the basis of someone else’s - and it’s completely different to depend on the supply of “probable friends” .... It’s not enough for whom we have “blown away” someone ... It’s not enough for anyone who has slammed something ... And we would like to slam-copy even more - it doesn’t hurt.
                1. Avis-bis
                  Avis-bis April 4 2018 15: 16
                  +6
                  Quote: Zoldat_A

                  It’s one thing to “blow off” the engine and make your own on the basis of someone else’s - and it’s completely different to depend on the supply of “probable friends” ....

                  The first production ANT-9s flew with the Wright and the Dwarf. Then they began to put the M-17, made of BMW, but the chances for several years we were supplied with some precision parts for the M-17. Everything that happens at some point in time has already happened to someone before ...
                2. Kasym
                  Kasym April 4 2018 15: 40
                  +2
                  Good day, Alex! I read somewhere, but could not find it now - import substitution. the engine is already looking. Aircraft fuel assembly back in 10g. started to develop. And no one thought that there would be sanctions and Ukraine. Amer engine in 1100l.s. I think even with Mi-8 TV2-117 can be replaced (1500hp - maybe the range and speed will change a little). With Motor Sich in the Russian Federation there is a joint venture.
                  I need a plane and I think that will take place. hi
                  1. Zoldat_A
                    Zoldat_A April 4 2018 21: 48
                    +9
                    Dauren hi !
                    Quote: Kasym
                    I read somewhere, but could not find it now - import substitution. the engine is already looking.

                    I am still inspired by the example of the Soviet Union. Yes, we also had some equipment at the plants imported. There were imported dump trucks, and Ikarus buses in bulk in cities. But also it was important - economic security. Whatever sanctions were imposed by anyone, with whom, with which Motorsichi relations did not deteriorate, the Soviet Union could exist autonomously. There was no fatal dependence on imports. And now we’ve come to the threat of food dependence on imports ... Shame ...
        2. Aaleks1974
          Aaleks1974 April 4 2018 13: 20
          +2
          As I understand it, they will solve this problem until the 20th year, because the AN-2 glider itself has been remade for about 10 years already, so the engine remains to be completed. Although it was the same AN-3?
          1. Avis-bis
            Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 00
            +5
            Quote: Aaleks1974
            the AN-2 glider is already 10 years old, as it was redone,

            Less than five.
            An-3 is, but there is nowhere to build it from scratch, and remotorization costs so much that there are almost no customers. And those that are, either state ones (EMERCOM) or money, are not particularly considered (all sorts of northerners, where there are no alternatives to aviation).
        3. groks
          groks April 4 2018 13: 45
          0
          Will not work. We can’t produce gas on it. otherwise the Ka-26 could still be produced.
          1. Avis-bis
            Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 13
            +5
            Quote: groks
            Ka-26 could still be produced.

            Why do we need the ancient Ka-26? But, if you really want a helicopter of a similar layout, that is, a gas turbine Ka-226. Engines, albeit foreign, but the helicopter is being built slowly.
            1. groks
              groks April 4 2018 15: 48
              0
              The point is the difference in technology. A piston star, in which case, is much easier to do than a gas turbine. And now we have complete if something happens. Sort of.
              1. Avis-bis
                Avis-bis April 4 2018 16: 42
                +4
                Quote: groks
                The point is the difference in technology. A piston star, in which case, is much easier to do than a gas turbine. And now we have complete if something happens. Sort of.

                "GTE".
                Secondly, it may be easier to do, but it’s more difficult and expensive to operate. At least five parameters.
                Well, and vibration, of course ...
                1. groks
                  groks April 4 2018 18: 27
                  0
                  At least D, at least U, and oil does not need the simplest motor oil - temperature, speed. This is the first parameter. That we in the case of a sheher will be chopped off not only by the military commissar, but also by civil aviation - the second parameter. It is impossible to maintain or even repair a turbine in those places where this aircraft is needed - the third parameter.
                  You can still dig, but is it worth it? And so it is clear that a large-scale drank. For this, they would have been shot in the middle of the last century, then they spit on the ban on producing the right fuel. And they would fly on their own, with their own.
                  However - what is it all about? Who did this plane surrender to? WG if only vpendyuryat.
                  1. Avis-bis
                    Avis-bis April 4 2018 19: 51
                    +5
                    Quote: groks
                    At least D, at least U, but the oil does not need the simplest motor

                    And what? :) Butter is like butter. Well, of course, not a solid and not a castro ...
                    In TVD, the same oil is included in the oil mixture as is used in PD. For example, ASh-62 is lubricated with clean MS-22 or MK-22. The oil mixture for the AI-24 TVD consists of 25% of it. The remaining 75% is more liquid MS-8 or MK-8, and there are no fundamental differences.
                    temperature, revs

                    There is nothing transcendent either in revolutions or in temperature. Especially in temperature. I will say more: in a gas turbine engine, the oil operates at a more gentle temperature than in a diesel engine, because it does not come into contact with the red-hot inner surface of the cylinder and a burning internal combustion engine. If in a gas turbine engine the oil coming out of the bearings has a temperature usually not higher than 120-150 ° C, then the ASH-62, for example, has a normal cylinder head temperature of 180-200 ° C, imagine what’s going on inside.
                    Do not compare motor with aviation. Example: an AS-62 aviation PD (not the most powerful air-PD in history) has such an oil consumption that it is necessary to add oil after almost every long flight, the maximum is at the end of each flight day. ASh-62 burns 6 liters of oil per hour. On a rather high-torque turbofan engine NK-8 (IL-62, Tu-154) if the oil consumption is 1l / h, this is already considered a lot. The usual flow rate is 0,8 l / h. But where is the NK-8 (for the NK-8-2U modification, the thrust is 10,5 ts) and where is the ASh-62 (the thrust is only enough for the 5,5-ton An-2) ...

                    in the case of a sheher we’ll be chopped off not only the military commissar

                    The dialogue began with the development of a domestic gas turbine engine for light aircraft: Ka-226, An-2-class ... Will we cut ourselves?
                    neither service, nor even repair a turbine, in those places where this aircraft is needed, is impossible

                    Who told you that? I'm talking about "service." Repair does not work, it is "yes." Repair can be replaced by replacing the module. We have big problems with this, but they are solvable. The first modular engine was developed in our mid-1970s - this is the D-36. 8 modules, EMNIP. And now, non-modular, it seems, is not being developed at all.

                    You can still dig

                    Dig. Not convincing yet. GTE in the class "> 300-500hp" beats piston motors with a big head start. Which is proven, if you are not convinced by the facts from me, the example of the remotorized Porters, Beavers / Otters and many other less famous planes.
                    1. groks
                      groks April 4 2018 20: 05
                      0
                      The dialogue began with the fact that in a few years we may (!) Get an ugly American plane, which is no longer needed. But probably already now this material the St. Petersburg Jew-Satanist (s) drags on Sdunas and the crowd of idiots jumps - then overwork! (S)
                      1. Avis-bis
                        Avis-bis April 4 2018 20: 16
                        +4
                        The dialogue began with the fact that in a few years we may (!) Get an ugly American plane, which is no longer needed.

                        I remind you:
                        Quote: groks

                        Will not work. We can’t produce gas on it. otherwise the Ka-26 could still be produced.

                        Avis-bis
                        Why do we need the ancient Ka-26? But, if you really want a helicopter of a similar layout, that is, a gas turbine Ka-226. Engines, albeit foreign, but the helicopter is being built slowly.

                        groks
                        The point is the difference in technology. A piston star, in which case, is much easier to do than a gas turbine. And now we have complete if something happens. Sort of.

                        Article about the aircraft, discusses a new gas turbine engine. Ka-226 is mentioned in response to the mention of Ka-26, which is not the topic of the article and the comments on it.
        4. Avis-bis
          Avis-bis April 4 2018 13: 51
          +4
          Quote: Borik
          And if we don’t see the engines as our ears, because of the sanctions, then what will we put? We have an engine, or what?

          Yes, only an old one. TVD-20. On the An-3 is.
    2. tchoni
      tchoni April 4 2018 13: 21
      +3
      And also production for the 21st year ...
      here, as they say, either the donkey speaks, or the padishah dies)))
    3. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch April 4 2018 13: 27
      +4
      Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich
      And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane. TVS-2DTS is equipped with a Honeywell TPE331-12UAN turboprop engine.

      Yes, who would doubt it. We never had problems with gliders, but with engines ... It’s easier for us to stir up the RD-180 than to piston for small aircraft.
      TVS-2DTS, a drop dead name, I don’t really want to climb into a plane with that name. But an engine called TRE331-12UAN will definitely help us out. What bastard is sitting there on a cut?
      1. Avis-bis
        Avis-bis April 4 2018 13: 50
        +5
        Quote: iliitch

        TVS-2DTS, a drop dead name, I don’t really want to climb into a plane with that name.

        And what's wrong with the name? “Turbo-Prop Aircraft- (inherited from An-2) Technology demonstrator. What does the last“ C ”mean? I don’t know. Does the weight of the L-410UVP-E20 plane not scare you?

        But an engine called TRE331-12UAN will definitely help us out. What bastard is sitting there on a cut?

        SibNIA started the project with its own money. Took that cheaper.

        Kazan guys made a good diesel for light aircraft (though in Germany) - RED A03, they want to put it on the Yak-152, and then transfer production to Russia. Including, if you hit the horn, you can do it.
        1. iliitchitch
          iliitchitch April 4 2018 14: 05
          +1
          Quote: Avis-bis
          Weight doesn’t scare the L-410UVP-E20 airplane?

          Very scary. I will not come close to this miscarriage of CMEA. Because of him, the AN-28 was killed, cooperation, you know, happened. Put the hydrofins on the L-410, the stub will die at the first serious strain. But the Czechs and the Poles came to the rescue, yes.
          1. Avis-bis
            Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 24
            +4
            Quote: iliitch
            Quote: Avis-bis
            Weight doesn’t scare the L-410UVP-E20 airplane?

            Very scary.

            Normal plane. So, all the same, what is more “scary”? Long name (TVS-2DTS, L-410UVP-E20) or the fact that someone "was killed because of him?" If the first, then do not worry like this: the phrase “demonstrator technology” in the series will be removed for obvious reasons, “DTS-2” or something else will remain. ATR-72-500, at least, doesn’t scare? Or did he also "kill" someone?
            Or An-24RV, also not the shortest name. Scary too? The Boeings also have three-digit designations for modifications, mixed letters and numbers, the devil will break his leg. Airbuses have three-digit numbers in the modification indices. And there is still such a terrible aircraft with an incredibly creepy designation Tu-204-100V. Who did he "kill"? Or IL-96-300, the kingdom to him ... And what do you think about the Mi-8MTV-1 helicopters, such people fly in the Ministry of Emergencies, wounded, it happens, they save ...

            Put the hydrofins on the L-410, the stub will die at the first serious strain.

            The Double Otter laughed sarcastically now.
            And the Poles in the production of elki have nothing to do with it. They built the An-28.
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A April 4 2018 14: 33
        +5
        Quote: iliitch
        TVS-2DTS, a drop dead name, I don’t really want to climb into an airplane with that name. But an engine called TRE331-12UAN will definitely help us out. What bastard is sitting there on a cut?
        Maybe Serdyukov found a new job? am
    4. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 13: 47
      +5
      Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
      And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane. TVS-2DTS is equipped with a Honeywell TPE331-12UAN turboprop engine. TPE331-12UAN is an excellent, universal, reliable, long-brought to mind, economical and omnivorous, proven on the tracks of Alaska ...

      But the US pilots write that it’s not really reliable if you don’t babysit with it, like with a baby.
    5. RUSS
      RUSS April 4 2018 14: 31
      0
      Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
      And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane. TVS-2DTS is equipped with a Honeywell TPE331-12UAN turboprop engine. TPE331-12UAN is an excellent, universal, reliable, long-brought to mind, economical and omnivorous, proven on the tracks of Alaska ... One can only hope that Trump will be more busy with the trade war with China and will not stop deliveries.

      Well, that’s another matter, we quickly added and edited your comment. laughing
    6. weksha50
      weksha50 April 4 2018 22: 03
      +1
      Quote: Aristarkh Ludwigovich
      And most importantly, the Yankees engines on the plane. TVS-2DTS is equipped with a Honeywell TPE331-12UAN turboprop engine.


      Avionics is also not ours ... Russian is just a glider, it turns out ...
    7. keeper03
      keeper03 April 4 2018 22: 46
      0
      We do not need to hope! Not that we ourselves are not able to develop such an engine ?! recourse
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  3. san4es
    san4es April 4 2018 13: 13
    +4
    TVS-2DTS - a light-engine aircraft developed by SibNIA them. S.A. Chaplygin
    the aircraft's cruising speed is 350 km / h; it can deliver up to 3,5 tons of cargo over a range of up to 1200 km. The maximum flight range is 4500 km. Thanks to the use of the modern avionics complex, TVS-2DTS can fly at any time of the day and in difficult weather conditions. The aircraft is intended for operation in the northern latitudes, as well as non-hangar storage. The aircraft is equipped with the American turbine propeller Honeywell TPE331-12UAN takeoff power of 1100 hp and a five-blade reversing propeller manufactured by Hartzell Propeller Inc. (USA), as well as a set of modern Garmin flight and navigation equipment
    1. Lycan
      Lycan April 4 2018 14: 38
      0
      Things are good. And due to the engines sponsoring the probable .. hmm .. partner overseas - is very inconsistent. It would seem - the 21st century, but there are no engines for small civil aircraft. And he is needed, because if 200 cars will be the last series, the engines will go to another product of this class.
      1. san4es
        san4es April 4 2018 14: 50
        +2
        Quote: Lycan
        Things are good. And due to the engines sponsor the probable .. hmm .. partner ....

        ... Yeah ... How about processors (what's at hand) ?:

        Processors, Microprocessors, flash memory, SSDs, chipsets, network equipment, motherboards, servers
        Turnover
        ▲ $ 59,4 billion (2016 year)
        1. Lycan
          Lycan April 4 2018 17: 20
          +1
          Yes, that’s it. They were able in due time to mobilize a lot of forces and resources in this direction. Because - in the lead.
          But Russia is not at the tail end for power plants for flyers: out, PD-14, Product 30 (the second stage for the Su-57) [very serious products] already at the dawn of use. Is it really hard to lay the power for a lightweight motor flyer?
          It is reported that serial production of the aircraft will begin in 2021 at the Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant

          It is just “starting." And by the time of creation all batch of aircraft, it is quite possible to bring the readiness of the study to impressive percent. For decades, to develop engine for a light aircraft (it cannot be such that there is not a single kerosene close overall-power analogue in our great past).
          1. san4es
            san4es April 4 2018 17: 29
            +1
            Quote: Lycan
            ... it cannot be that there is not a single kerosene close overall power analogue in our great past.

            request ... maybe he stayed in one of the neighboring ones ... So it will be - 100% hi
            1. Lycan
              Lycan April 4 2018 17: 38
              +1
              We will hope so much. And it’s a pity for the domestic engine builder: the order flickers, there is plus or minus time, but they do not allow it to develop through the development of technologies for local consumption. If only to maintain the pants, or something ... what
    2. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A April 4 2018 14: 46
      +6
      Quote: san4es
      TVS-2DTS - a light-engine aircraft developed by SibNIA them. S.A. Chaplygin
      the aircraft's cruising speed is 350 km / h; it can deliver up to 3,5 tons of cargo over a range of up to 1200 km. The maximum flight range is 4500 km. Thanks to the use of the modern avionics complex, TVS-2DTS can fly at any time of the day and in difficult weather conditions. The aircraft is intended for operation in the northern latitudes, as well as non-hangar storage. The aircraft is equipped with the American turbine propeller Honeywell TPE331-12UAN takeoff power of 1100 hp and a five-blade reversing propeller manufactured by Hartzell Propeller Inc. (USA), as well as a set of modern Garmin flight and navigation equipment
      Gosha! I’m just comparing with “Annushka”. Is he flying on a glass of gasoline 100 kilometers? And 3,5 tons is a very pleasant surprise. But they wouldn’t have buried them in papers about good intentions ...
  4. alekc75
    alekc75 April 4 2018 13: 21
    0
    3 years to wait - is it too long ??
    1. Comrade Beria
      Comrade Beria April 4 2018 13: 40
      +1
      Quickly only paper planes are made.
      And rabbits also breed smile

      But you need your own engine.
      I heard that students of MSTU. Bauman developed a modular engine, which, depending on the assembly, is installed on many types of equipment from a snowmobile to an airplane. So there is an idea.
  5. ul_vitalii
    ul_vitalii April 4 2018 13: 26
    +5
    Glider as from under an ax.
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 13: 55
      +7
      Quote: ul_vitalii
      Glider as from under an ax.

      "Get it?" Very sleek and streamlined glider.
  6. gukoyan
    gukoyan April 4 2018 13: 36
    +2
    Very similar to the AN-2, it could be safely called "AN-2 Version 2", or "AN-2 Reincarnation")))
    True Ukrainians would run over due to copyright infringement)
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 13: 56
      +5
      Quote: gukoyan
      Very similar to the AN-2

      And he, like the Lumberjack, was made of An-2 by the gradual replacement of airframe units. First changed the power plant, then the fuselage, then the plumage, then the wings. The result is absolutely new plane.
    2. Genry
      Genry April 4 2018 15: 07
      0
      Quote: gukoyan
      Very similar to the AN-2, it could be safely called "AN-2 Version 2", or "AN-2 Reincarnation"

      The name AN-2 belongs to a third party .... Yes, and in common with AN-2 - only the biplane scheme and size.
  7. Mengad
    Mengad April 4 2018 13: 40
    0
    Quote: Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
    Quote: Borik
    We have an engine, or what?

    There is no engine of its own and given the volumes:
    Before 2025, the Ulan-Ude plant plans to supply up to 200 such machines for the needs of regional aviation.

    200 machines are not cost-effective to develop.

    Who knows? Let me remind you, if I’m not mistaken, they put the same engines, put the Raptor on drones? Is it profitable or not? It depends on where you look and how much.
  8. lance
    lance April 4 2018 13: 43
    +1
    and what did not please the tvd-20 engine with an av17 screw?
  9. groks
    groks April 4 2018 13: 48
    +1
    Do not consider it a call to the Maidan, but can feed the USA good?
    Particularly touches by a highly passable chassis - purely a car.
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 37
      +4
      Quote: groks

      Particularly touches by a highly passable chassis - purely a car.

      And what is wrong? Normal balloon chassis, and this is necessary for the GVPP. Look at the performance of the "Tundra" in some Western airplanes.


      1. groks
        groks April 4 2018 15: 50
        0
        And in the photo in the article are these? No. Which in the article, there are several others. Just like on a garden car. And equally reliable racks.
        1. Avis-bis
          Avis-bis April 4 2018 15: 53
          +4
          Quote: groks
          And in the photo in the article are these? No. Which in the article, there are several others. Just like on a garden wheelbarrow ..

          Normal wheels.

          And equally reliable racks

          Personally experienced at the stand?
          1. groks
            groks April 4 2018 15: 58
            0
            I tested on An. And there are struts there, and here they were removed - obviously an SUV.
            1. Avis-bis
              Avis-bis April 4 2018 16: 48
              +4
              Quote: groks
              I tested on An. And there are struts there, and here they were removed - obviously an SUV.

              I didn’t ask about An-2.
              Here is the pre-production fuel assembly.


              The same in text form: http://sibnia.ru/an-2/izmeneniya,-vnesyonnyie-vk
              onstrukcziyu-an-2.php

              Will you find the struts yourself? And the wheels are normal.
              1. groks
                groks April 4 2018 20: 39
                0
                In the photo in the article, the racks are different, there are no struts, the wheels from the car.
                Did I write an article? I inserted a photo there? No. What questions?
                1. Avis-bis
                  Avis-bis April 4 2018 20: 57
                  +4
                  Quote: groks
                  In the photo in the article, the racks are different, there are no struts, the wheels from the car.

                  On the official website there is nothing about the alteration of the chassis. And about the car you can repeat as much as you like, only this is the hissing of the evil old woman at the entrance, and not an argument. I came up with an abusive epithet and beat it over and over into the buttons ...
                  1. groks
                    groks April 5 2018 07: 38
                    0
                    only this hissing of an evil old woman at the entrance
                    And the evil old woman should jump from the American plane? Ameropathriots, defenders of the oligarchs - are you not too insolent?
                    1. Avis-bis
                      Avis-bis April 5 2018 08: 05
                      +5
                      Quote: groks
                      And the evil old woman should jump from the American plane? Ameropathriots, defenders of the oligarchs - are you not too insolent?

                      What is this set of words? :)
                      1. groks
                        groks April 5 2018 08: 48
                        0
                        What's not clear? What is better to have your own plane with your engine?
  10. lance
    lance April 4 2018 13: 52
    0
    Russian Federation considered this glider with engines VK 2500 or MS-14 (VK-1500)
  11. Xroft
    Xroft April 4 2018 14: 15
    +2
    Once again, some promises ... I recall that the Rysachok airplane project (I personally knew the situation, you could even put your own engines there) and the result ... Our civilian aircraft construction was killed and it’s not even given the opportunity to go up, although there are any possibilities nomenclature of airports. Read. http://www.aif.ru/society/ptransport/rysachok_pro
    igral_kakie_samolety_budut_letat_na_mestnyh_avial
    iniyah_rossii
  12. RL
    RL April 4 2018 14: 16
    0
    And therefore!
    Aurora Airlines will receive five Twin Otter 400 aircraft for flights to the Kuril Islands
    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/3146194.html
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 April 4 2018 14: 39
      +1
      The Twin Otter 400 is a serial and excellent aircraft that they are buying right now.
      The hero of the article will receive a certificate only for 20 year. Or will not receive. Why Aurora these risks? Moreover, the demand for flights is already today, and not in 20 +.
  13. iouris
    iouris April 4 2018 14: 20
    0
    And instead of an engine, a fiery heart? But this was a good reason to develop a piston engine production technology. We must concentrate on the development and production of the most high-tech systems and elements, know-how, which have export prospects.
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 14: 34
      +5
      Quote: iouris
      it was a good reason to develop a piston engine production technology.

      A piston engine with a capacity of 1000 horses in the 300st century ??? :))) "Those terrible times have passed" ... There is nothing for the "pistons" to do in capacities above 500-XNUMX hp, within these limits the PD has some advantages, although the gas turbine engines have been in full swing for forty years.
      1. iouris
        iouris April 4 2018 14: 37
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        In motoring the same problem.
  14. lance
    lance April 4 2018 14: 45
    0
    mine smells like managers: first carbon raw materials from Europe, now an engine from the usa, then cylinders from singapore .......
  15. groks
    groks April 4 2018 20: 36
    +1
    Avis-bisThat owl about a stump that we kick about an owl. This is what used to be called sabotage. Now the terms have changed, but the meaning is exactly the same.
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 4 2018 20: 58
      +4
      Quote: groks
      Avis-bisThat owl about a stump that we kick about an owl. This is what used to be called sabotage. Now the terms have changed, but the meaning is exactly the same.

      I’m not about sabotage, I’m about the fact that piston aircraft of the An-2 class are already the last century, as indeed. and Ka-26 / -226 class helicopters. what for now they are of no interest to anyone except the "gourmets".
  16. Captain Nemo
    Captain Nemo April 4 2018 23: 40
    +3
    The advantages of a biplane at low speeds only in the lower weight of the bearing planes due to spatial braces (braces). In the described "miracle" there are neither braces nor struts. Correspondingly overweight design. Antonov was not a fool, and to replace the An-2 biplane, under his leadership, a high-wing aircraft with An-28 struts was created. Rationality itself, not a drop of glamor. Those. in 1958 what was now created by the Russian Federation was not capable of. No matter how sad it sounds. "This fashionable architect could not do beautifully, so he did richly" (
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 5 2018 06: 56
      +5
      Quote: Captain Nemo
      The advantages of a biplane at low speeds only in the lower weight of the bearing planes due to spatial braces (braces). In the described "miracle" there are neither braces nor struts. Correspondingly overweight design.

      They reduced the weight of the wing by applying a composite. There are no braces, instead of them - a closed power circuit. The lower wing certainly works in flight as a strut wing on the "bellanks". It was high time to abandon the braces, for you would not provide them with an anti-icing system.

      one engineer

      Interesting ... Everything else is just a fiction KB? Antonov invented it and he himself worked for them and received a salary?
      1. Captain Nemo
        Captain Nemo April 5 2018 14: 55
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        They used the composite, the braces were removed - then why do we need a biplane circuit? The lifting force is almost the same for a biplane and a monoplane with the same plane span! In the 50s, it was clear, but now what are the victims of the exam?
        ----Is everything else KB just a fiction? ---
        Look, so to speak, from inside the design bureau (worked at the Tupolev design bureau). For one engineer in KB there are a couple of students and several technicians. Technicians do not engage in creativity - template calculations, design drawings, and some even can’t really sharpen a pencil. Throughout the design bureau, a plane really comes up with a handful of specialists. In the western design bureaus, those who are at a dance are even bigger. Antonov incidentally wrote in his memoirs about this.
      2. Captain Nemo
        Captain Nemo April 5 2018 15: 15
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        The lower planes on this unit as a strut do not work - the wrong geometry.
  17. Captain Nemo
    Captain Nemo April 5 2018 00: 17
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    And for some reason, it doesn’t surprise me that one engineer from the 50s with a logarithmic ruler alone easily replaces hundreds of modern aero designers with megacomputers.
  18. Avis-bis
    Avis-bis April 5 2018 11: 49
    +4
    groks,
    What is better to have your own plane with your engine?

    Incredibly "thoughtful" remark. :) And the water is wet, estimate ...
  19. kim. 230752
    kim. 230752 April 5 2018 12: 35
    +1
    Previously, the carriage of passengers on single-engine aircraft was prohibited by ICAO rules. Russia is a member of ICAO. Something has changed ???
    1. Avis-bis
      Avis-bis April 5 2018 15: 19
      +4
      Quote: kim.230752
      Previously, the carriage of passengers on single-engine aircraft was prohibited by ICAO rules. Russia is a member of ICAO. Something has changed ???

      Firstly, ICAO does not prohibit anything in principle, but issues recommendations that member countries may adopt as law, or may not. Secondly, there are no prohibitions on passenger transportation. By the way, the USA and Canada are also ICAO members, and there the cessna-208B carries up to 13 passengers.
      We also do not have a passenger ban, but there are restrictions. For example, according to the number of passengers - up to 9. In the USA and Canada this restriction is not so strict. For example, there are still restrictions on the terrain over which such an airplane can fly: sea, desert, mountains, and so on. For example, when flying above water, the coast should be at a distance of planning when the engine fails. Not only the Ts-208 fly around the world, but also the Porters, Otters, Pilatus-12 and so on.
  20. Avis-bis
    Avis-bis April 5 2018 15: 14
    +4
    Quote: Captain Nemo
    The lifting force is almost the same for a biplane and a monoplane with the same plane span!

    Funny.
    1. Captain Nemo
      Captain Nemo April 5 2018 19: 54
      0
      If one more wing is added to the monoplane, the total aerodynamic quality (the ratio of Su to Cx) will decrease. Even without considering the mutual influence of the flow around, doubling the wing is equivalent to increasing the chord, and not the span.
      For a biplane with a span of L = 6 m and a distance between wings of h = 1,3 m, we obtain the equivalent monoplane span of Le = 6,8 m, but not 12m.
      Antonov perfectly understood such things, and therefore, to replace the An-2, the An-12 was first created, and then the An-28. Most graduates of aerospace universities of the Russian Federation do not know this. Here you need not laugh, but cry.)
      1. Avis-bis
        Avis-bis April 5 2018 20: 57
        +5
        The lifting force is almost the same for a biplane and a monoplane with the same plane span!

        Quote: Captain Nemo
        If one more wing is added to the monoplane, the total aerodynamic quality (the ratio of Su to Cx) will decrease.

        That's when you learn not to confuse lift with quality, then be smart. It’s too early for you yet. And the quality is not cumulative.
        Cry in the corner, you might grow wiser. And maybe learn the short word "interference" instead of the awkward scholarly "mutual influence."
        And at Yakovlev's “Pacimuta” the addition of a wing on the Yak-12 reduced the take-off run to 35 meters. I forgot to ask "nemo", probably. And in SibNIA fools are sitting, they also did not ask “dumb”. At first they made a high-wing, but then returned to the biplane. Well, all fools, only "dumb" on a white horse. :) And how could they have done anything in this life without being “silently” ... But “silently”, I suppose, turned a masterpiece like Tu-334 with a file.
        1. Captain Nemo
          Captain Nemo April 6 2018 01: 20
          +1
          Why be rude, Sergey. I don’t know, with aerodynamics you have gaps, but it's not scary. Forgot to add Yak-12B still boosted to 300hp AI 14-RF engine and other improvements to reduce take-off distance. Somehow, this is not a completely honest comparison. You obviously were not engaged in the design of aircraft, maximum operation and this is clearly felt. Well, okay, you can still see the guy with his soul in the Aeroflot, let's be friends.))) I’m sure that the Siberian Research Institute has very smart specialists, but not everything is in their hands. Regarding the Tu-334, to which I had to attach a file: the Tu-334 was developed since 1992, and about 100 million dollars were required for everything about its creation. We were told: “shovels” design bureaus are good for nothing, they are costly, inflexible - and they carried other nonsense. In fact, $ 100 million is very modest. The Embraer and Bombardier firms spent 600 million each on the development of similar machines.

          The ruling monkeys in the Russian Federation, dropping the Tu-334, decided to develop a new aircraft. The competition was won by the Sukhoi company, which promised to develop a super-duper-breakthrough machine-masterpiece without raising public funds. She was recognized as the winner. But then it turned out that the development would go at the expense of the state. According to one source, they spent 1,2 billion dollars on it, while on the other (if we take into account all state guarantees for loans) - 2 billion.

          2 billion and 100 million - this is a difference of twenty times. It turned out like in a joke about new Russians:

          - How much did you take a tie?
          - For a thousand bucks!
          -, around the corner they sell one and a half ...

          As a result, a plane was born that, by no means, can be called a breakthrough one. It is 80% slap from finished parts of foreign production. That is, already - the car of yesterday. In fact, this is a “screwdriver assembly” machine, a national disgrace. An interesting detail: Boeing supplies doors for SSJ. For 2 million dollars. And on "Tupolev" a whole glider plane for 3 million do. The correct name for the superjet is Dornier 728.

          A little about yourself. He also managed to “scratch the file” with the Tu-160, the gas version of the Tu-154, the “open sky”, the Tu-204 and more. And for the soul - trike, glider, light-engine flying.
          Sergei, though she’s not always as sweet as a carrot, it’s often bitter.
  21. Forever so
    Forever so April 5 2018 22: 37
    0
    Wheels need to be wider for landing in the field. Forever we have AN2 on the field in the swamp elm, pulled out by tractor.
  22. Avis-bis
    Avis-bis April 6 2018 08: 15
    +4
    Quote: Captain Nemo
    Forgot to add Yak-12B still boosted to 300hp AI 14-RF engine and other improvements to reduce take-off distance. Somehow, this is not a completely honest comparison.

    Yes, for God's sake ... I do not like the Yak-12B, here's your favorite "Bee". Podkosny high-wing. Quality 10,8. And what is the quality of the predecessor biplane? You won’t believe it - 10 (Ten). Well, everything is so bad for biplanes, everything is hopeless ...
    I’m sure that Siberian Research Institute has very sensible specialists, but not everything is in their hands

    Yes. Conspiracy.

    Regarding the Tu-334, to which I had to attach a file

    Hmm ... I hope, though, not to the chassis ...
    "Dry", which promised to develop a super-duper-breakthrough machine-masterpiece

    There were no such statements. It was about "modern." And she did it.
    2 billion and 100 million - this is a difference of twenty times

    ... and at 15. "Inflation", there is such a word ... And "disaster." In the late 1980s, the entire ex-USSR was stolen for a penny.
    It is 80% slap from finished parts of foreign production. That is, already - the car of yesterday. In fact, this is a “screwdriver assembly” machine, a national disgrace.

    The "cry of Yaroslavna" began ... I won’t even spread the infographics on the cooperation of the same 787 or kc-390, I'm tired and tired already.
    And if the su-jet is yesterday (well, let's say for a moment), then 334 is the day before yesterday. The layout, the composition of the EMU, the free tonnage. With a full short circuit of fuel, it is enough for either 600 km or 1000.
    An interesting detail: Boeing supplies doors for SSJ. For 2 million dollars.

    Ahhh? :))) 4x2mln.dollars at the catalog price of the entire aircraft at 35-40mln.dollars? Nude ...
    The correct name for the superjet is Dornier 728.

    "Crying-2", too, is already sore. Outward resemblance is a dumb argument.
    gas version of the Tu-154

    This is called the "Tu-155" and NK-88 there is only one, it was not a "gas" aircraft.