The press service of "Ilyushin" announced the terms of the second test flight of IL-112В

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It became known about the next scheduled flight of a prototype Il-112V transport aircraft. Let us remind you that a few days ago "VO" in one of news materials reported on the changes made to the design of this aircraft. As a result of the changes, the Il-112V became lighter by about a ton. Reducing the mass of the aircraft was one of the main requirements of the Russian Ministry of Defense, which initially noted that the new transport aircraft did not meet the voiced requirements and needed a number of improvements.

The TASS news agency, citing the press service of the Ilyushin group of companies, reports that for the second time the IL-112B will fly in the air in 2020. And until the end of this year, the transporter will continue to undergo tests at the airport. In particular, it is stated that he will continue to practice such actions as “taxiing and jogging”.



The machine made its first flight (as early as in the previous version) in March of this year - in Voronezh. This is the first transport aircraft that is being developed in the Russian Federation (in the post-Soviet era) virtually from scratch. The Ministry of Defense is going to use IL-112V with the goal of transporting personnel and cargo. The terms of reference, voiced by the main defense department of the country, state that the Il-112В should carry up to 5 tons of cargo.

Recall how the first test flight of the Il-112B took place:

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    1. +13
      November 11, 2019
      The Il-112 is, of course, the "first swallow", a transport aircraft of a purely Russian design, which very soon should come to our aerospace forces and would very much like it to have a long and happy fate.
      1. +7
        November 11, 2019
        Yes, this workhorse has long been needed to replace the old An. So I think everything will be fixed and finalized. hi
        1. 0
          November 11, 2019
          Or fix it or throw it in the trash. On what outcome would you put your personal bottle of skate, with all the love for domestic aviation?
      2. -19
        November 11, 2019
        IL-112 is not a swallow, it is a poorly flying parrot. Craft Rogozin Jr., aimed exclusively at cutting budget funds in Russia. This aircraft is a hybrid of the Soviet An-74 and Ukrainian An-140 and An-148 and inferior in its characteristics to the veteran An-26. Russian Defense Ministry is extremely dissatisfied with this machine and most likely will not accept it.
        1. +11
          November 11, 2019
          Quote: Greg Miller
          IL-112 is not a swallow, it is a poorly flying parrot. Craft Rogozin Jr., aimed exclusively at cutting budget funds in Russia. This aircraft is a hybrid of the Soviet An-74 and Ukrainian An-140 and An-148 and inferior in its characteristics to the veteran An-26. Russian Defense Ministry is extremely dissatisfied with this machine and most likely will not accept it.

          Let's get by on this site without cheap kindergarten-level propaganda with a mouth painted on a video of an airplane. You're not a clown in the end. So don't go down to the clown level then. It’s not serious to carry such a childish balcony.
          On 3 and 4 Il-112V machines that are currently under construction, all performance characteristics of the Russian Ministry of Defense will be sustained. The Il-112V mass is reduced by 2,5 tons and there are no An aircraft at all.
          1. +8
            November 11, 2019
            He is not a clown. He is exactly the same parrot, repeating, perhaps for money, the ridiculous mantra about the inability of our manufacturers to make a normal plane.
            The plane is already flying and will fly even better.
            And the clown-parrot will remain so in its wretched vocabulary.
          2. -7
            November 11, 2019
            Maxim, you have to be a complete idiot or Rogozin Jr. to make such a plane. Look at this under plane carefully and evaluate visually ratio of wing area to fuselage.
            How will IT carry 5 tons over a distance of 6000 km. The fact that the designers stumbled on this one, but what "genius" built this squalor and shook it at the first opportunity?
            THIS will not fly. It is necessary to construct a new aircraft, and sell four unsuccessful mock-ups to Rogozin, by installments ....
            1. +4
              November 11, 2019
              I completely agree. The width of the wing is surprising at first sight. There used to be a rule of areas - wings and fuselage sections. But in this instance, the opposite is true. Constructors (unknowns) must have certain experience and consideration. It was at one time that Burt Rutan made revolutionary designs - they flew and surprised. And in this case, doubts arise in the common sense of designers. Thank God soared and landed!
            2. +4
              November 11, 2019
              Look at this under-plane carefully and visually evaluate the ratio of the wing area to the fuselage.

              Look at Spartan. Flies. There is about the same ratio.
              THIS will not fly.

              IL-112V has already successfully completed the first test flight.
              We need to build a new plane,

              The 3 and 4 copies of the Il-112V will be essentially new aircraft with a mass of 2,5 tons reduced each compared to the first Il-112V, which made the first test flight. And the 3 and 4 copies will correspond to the TTZ from the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. So the new plane no need to construct.
              1. -1
                November 11, 2019
                You already decide, either the 3rd and 4th instance will be completely new aircraft, or a new aircraft does not need to be developed. Or are you talking about the fact that the new name will not be used?
              2. +1
                November 12, 2019
                Spartan has a wing area of ​​5 m less.
                And, well, it flies in full growth ...
                And ours, then the wing of the wrong system
                Connoisseurs ...
            3. KTA
              +1
              November 11, 2019
              The area rule is for near critical numbers M.
          3. +3
            November 11, 2019
            Quote: Sky Strike fighter
            Crafts Rogozinyounger

            What kind of aircraft is this?
          4. +2
            November 11, 2019
            exactly. taking into account the fact that Rogozin was a crisis manager from 17 to 19 and is related to the development of this aircraft the same as I do to the development of Mars.
          5. -1
            November 11, 2019
            to reduce the mass by 2.5 tons, he needs to trim the wings.
          6. +3
            November 12, 2019
            Well, in more detail about the "under construction" 3rd and 4th machines .. Who and where builds them? Twice a day, five times a week I walk past the slipways for IL-112, located in one of the workshops of VASO. They do not have a single panel, not a single unit! Since the first two cars were rolled out of these stocks, they were piled up in a pile in the corner of the workshop. They stand and collect dust. Where did you get this information? From the TV?
        2. +7
          November 11, 2019
          You need to be a little critical of such videos. And at the time when Rogozin Jr. took office, the assembly of the first flight copy was already underway. So it is not correct to call the plane "Craft of Rogozin Jr."
          1. 0
            November 11, 2019
            And what kind of ears did someone drag him to the post? Does he have an aviation education? Dad put in committees and he suddenly became an aviation specialist? He will answer in full ...
            1. +2
              November 11, 2019
              He will answer, but not for designing a heavy aircraft, as it was before him.
              1. -1
                November 11, 2019
                He will be responsible for building useless trash ...
            2. 0
              November 12, 2019
              he is a crisis manager! Well, learn at least what this means !. its tasks have little in common with airplanes. it is a piece goods of the highest qualification. Its task is to conduct a business analysis and make the company overcome the crisis with minimal losses. there a bunch of not the most popular measures to be taken and a bunch of work. and he will never be left without her. getting such an education is a very expensive pleasure, but there will always be a lot of work.
              1. 0
                November 12, 2019
                Yeah, we studied for a long time: the movement is everything, the goal is nothing ... Buy a cock, ... in short ...
        3. +4
          November 11, 2019
          Oh, another cut expert has been spotted. With fundamental knowledge in the field of aircraft construction.
          1. -4
            November 11, 2019
            Do I need to be a great specialist to predict that the IL-112 will not be released in a series of more than 50, but most likely 20 vehicles.
            An-24/26 was released 2800.
        4. +2
          November 11, 2019
          Remind me when the Il112 project started and when Rogozin Jr. took office ??? banal comment banal bot)))
          1. 0
            November 11, 2019
            Who painted is responsible for the damaged paper and pencils, and who built for the money spent and the cost of the work .. Quite different costs ... By your logic, are the Wright brothers to blame? I wonder who blew this shit and evaluated for stability and alignment? Very interesting ! Something is wrong here. It doesn’t happen!
        5. +3
          November 11, 2019
          Quote: Greg Miller
          This aircraft is a hybrid of the Soviet An-74 and Ukrainian An-140 and An-148

          In what places is this "hybrid" then?
          This is An-74

          This is An-140

          An-148

          And with nothing Belarusian they were not "crossed"?
          Maybe you should compare at least the diameter of the fuselage and the dimensions of the cargo compartments of these aircraft with the Il-112?
          Quote: Greg Miller
          Craft Rogozin Jr.

          This "effective manager" went to school when the IL-112 began to be designed.
          1. -2
            November 11, 2019
            Who did it? While the plane is on paper, it's not scary ... But when, it's not clear whose work, it was embodied in "metal" it's a completely different matter ...
            who did is his responsibility and decision ... But the fact that someone does not have the brains and determination to stop the production of a useless aircraft does not absolve him of responsibility! What would he do at another time? No need to go anywhere! Used a springboard, climbed higher already ..
            1. 0
              November 11, 2019
              Quote: okko077
              And who did it?

              Here the situation is akin to this ...
              Quote: okko077
              But when, it is not clear whose creativity, they embodied in "metal" is a completely different matter ...

              Well, what do you want to lose entire departments from the best specialists, who went to Sukhoi due to lack of money, and then they recruited students ... then what else to wait. Moreover, the level of education has fallen sharply.
              Quote: okko077
              And the fact that someone lacks the brains and determination to stop the production of a useless aircraft,

              Stop. What kind of production are you talking about, is it already in the series? How many have already been released? And why is this plane useless?
              1. -2
                November 11, 2019
                It is useless because it will not be accepted, will never comply with the terms of reference ... And they planned to make 4 boards for testing and they are all under construction, and one even took off, it is not clear why ... Everyone who came across this board live in shock ... Maybe this "genius" was framed, so why was this scarecrow adorned in victory reports?
                And the departments were dispersed and lured by pseudo-reformers when superjet shit was sucked in instead of the TU-334, also from the geyropey details ...
                1. +1
                  November 11, 2019
                  Quote: okko077
                  It is useless because it will not be accepted, it will never correspond to the terms of reference ...

                  It may not be in modification "B", but I am sure that new modifications will appear soon, and in two or three years it will go into service, even if it will already be an Il-112Ya
                  Quote: okko077
                  .Maybe this "genius" was framed, so why was this stuffed animal in the victory reports?

                  I studied with my dad, he only got out thanks to such "reports" ...
                  Quote: okko077
                  Everyone who came across this board live in shock ...

                  Isn't this also the fault of the "Klimovites", with their very "raw" engine?
                  1. +1
                    November 11, 2019
                    It turns out a little strange, isn't it? There is no serial car yet, but modifications are already there ... implied .. and not even one .. according to your words .. Shouldn't the car first get on stream, be approved, and get equipment options already in the process of mass production? And then right away, like in a Zhiguli - "why does an ordinary Soviet man need an automatic transmission, an air conditioner and a window regulator in a car ?! - he will be so happy having bought a VAZ! Why does the navigator need instruments? Give him a protractor and a map .. If the engines do not pull - lighten the car ..
                    1. +2
                      November 11, 2019
                      Quote: Dikson
                      Shouldn't the machine first get on the flow, be approved, and in the process of mass production get equipment options?

                      Sorry, I brought this to a word, apparently not a very good example. One thing I’ll say is that in the history of aviation, there probably wasn’t any chance that the first prototype aircraft would go into production without any changes afterwards. They all went a long way alterations and fine-tuning and somehow went into series.
        6. +2
          November 11, 2019
          And I reported to you about this Shoigu personally, we will not accept ...)) well ..
    2. rMN
      -7
      November 11, 2019
      It seems to me alone that the wings somehow look ugly?
      1. +3
        November 11, 2019
        Rmn ....It seems to me alone that the wings somehow look ugly?

        Not "ugly", but completely straightforward. It puzzled me too. Such
        the "flat" wing was on the An-8. At the beginning of operation, there were two accidents with one engine failure during takeoff. In both cases, the aircraft immediately turned over on the "shoulder blades". As a result of long investigations, it was established that the reason was in the wing profile. It was completely straightforward. And at the moment of failure of one engine,
        a turning moment occurs due to the difference in traction. On the half-wing of a failed engine, the lifting force drops sharply, dropping stealthily,
        reduces the angle of attack of the incoming stream, thereby further reducing the lift A on the semi-wing with the engine running, the opposite is true - the lift increases, which creates a turning moment and the aircraft flips onto its "back".
        Why didn't this happen on the An-24 and An-12? There the wingtip has a downward refraction (negative "V" shape) from the common wing surface. This reduces the points described above. The rudders began to be "enough" to keep the aircraft from overturning at the time of engine failure. The production of the An-8 was stopped, and the previously released small batch was not used for a long time, and then it was allowed to fly with great restrictions and was used only in the MAP.
        That’s what surprises me, the identity of the An-8 Wing and the Il-112. Maybe on
        IL-112, increased ailerons to provide lateral controllability in a similar situation? (minus did not set). hi
        1. +12
          November 11, 2019
          Quote: askort154
          two accidents with one engine failure on takeoff. In both cases, the aircraft immediately turned over on the "shoulder blades". As a result of long investigations, it was established that the reason is

          ... lack of auto-feathering.
          wing profile

          The "wing profile" is the cross-sectional shape of the wing, not the plan.
          the wingtip has a downward refraction (negative "V" shape) from the common wing surface. This reduces the points described above.

          This reduces excess lateral stability and increases directional stability, rather than what you mentioned.
          A bunch of planes with "non-broken" wings fly safely around the world. The same C-130.
          1. 0
            November 11, 2019
            Avis-bis ....This reduces excessive lateral stability and increases directional stability, rather than what you mentioned.

            Bravo! Noticeable knowledge in aerodynamics. good
            I answered the man in "a few words" in the most accessible language (everyday) without going into the true theory of aerodynamics. And you flashed your knowledge! Let's then move on to graphs and formulas for aerodynamics. Let's prove to each other why the plane is iron, but it flies? But this is not an aviation forum. Not everyone will understand us.
            And "why the plane flies", I learned back in 1963. And where you were at that time, I can only guess. hi
            1. +10
              November 11, 2019
              Quote: askort154

              And you flashed your knowledge! Let's then move on to graphs and formulas in aerodynamics. Let us prove to each other why the plane is iron and flies? But this is not an air forum. Not everyone will understand us.
              And "why the plane flies", I learned back in 1963. And where you were at that time, I can only guess. hi

              "What was it?..".
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        2. +6
          November 11, 2019
          Almost everything is wrong, starting with terminology. The wing profile is not the angle relative to the fuselage, but the geometry in the cross section of the wing. Second, when one engine fails, a longitudinal turn occurs, that is, roughly speaking, the plane begins to try to fly in a circle in a plane, "pancake", and this is very dangerous. This effect is eliminated by the rudder, ailerons. The lifting force cannot fall by definition, because the speed of the whole plane is the same as that of the left plane, which for the right one and does not depend on the position of the plane relative to the horizon. As for the crash with engine failure on takeoff, then I'm sorry, here almost any plane will crash.
          1. +4
            November 11, 2019
            Quote: Sergey Valov
            The lifting force cannot fall by definition, because the speed of the whole plane is the same as that of the left plane, which for the right one and does not depend on the position of the plane relative to the horizon.

            It depends on the propeller blowing. On OKA aircraft, airflow added> 10% of lift during takeoff.
            As for the crash with engine failure on takeoff, then I'm sorry, here almost any plane will crash.

            A critical engine failure on take-off is a calculated case. Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails.
            1. +6
              November 11, 2019
              “The failure of a critical engine on takeoff is a calculated case. Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails ”
              1. When was the An-10 created? What were the requirements then?
              2. Even if you are right, how long will the take-off run increase if the engine fails? What will be the failure in height at take-off in case of engine failure? Will a regular crew manage to react to a miserable altitude to failure?
              3. The recent somersault near Zhukovsky is not an example for you?
              4. You have common words. Failure to start the take-off, at the time of separation, at a height of 20 meters, at a height of 100 meters - these are all completely different situations, and it is impossible to make them all safe by definition.
              You are right about blowing the screw, but firstly, the stop of the screw does not come instantly, and there is a reaction time, and secondly, for each machine the indicators are different (you have given the maximum).
              1. 0
                November 11, 2019
                Quote: Sergey Valov
                When was the An-10 created?

                What's the difference?
                What were the requirements then?

                The same. Since the 1930s.
                Even if you are right

                What does "even" mean?
                how long will the take-off run increase if the engine fails?

                It does not matter. Up to the speed of decision making, when the engine fails, the takeoff run stops. After - it continues. These are the conditions for certification. The term "required runway" was not introduced from scratch.

                What will be the failure in height at take-off in case of engine failure?

                Did you understand that you got it?
                Will a regular crew manage to react to a miserable altitude to failure?

                They are taught this.
                The recent somersault near Zhukovsky is not an example for you?

                The same question - "Did you understand it yourself? ..".
                You have common words.

                You don’t have them at all.
                Failure to start the take-off, at the time of separation, at an altitude of 20 meters, at an altitude of 100 meters - these are all completely different situations, and it is impossible to make them all safe by definition.

                ... and this set of words is proof of that. Learn the materiel. If there is anything.
                1. +4
                  November 11, 2019
                  "It does not matter. Up to the speed of decision making, when the engine fails, the takeoff run stops. After - continues. These are the conditions for certification. The term "required runway" was not introduced from scratch. " -in case of engine failure on takeoff before takeoff, the aircraft can easily fly over the runway with unpredictable consequences.
                  "Did you understand that you got it?" - a drop in 50% of thrust immediately after separation will definitely lead to an aircraft subsidence (Look at take-off with a catapult from aircraft carriers).
                  "They are taught this" - it would be nice, but can they? Who believed? The introduction of autopilots led to a sharp drop in the skills of pilots. And do not say that the flight is carried out manually, I myself know.
                  The same question - "Did you understand it yourself? ..". - Have you forgotten how the takeoff ended when a bird hit the engine on takeoff?
                  “Learn the materiel” - late, already retired, although at one time MATI graduated and by profession he plowed his whole life.
                  “If there is anything” - but you don’t have to be rude, it does you honor.
                  1. -3
                    November 11, 2019
                    Quote: Sergey Valov
                    "It does not matter. Up to the speed of decision making, when the engine fails, the takeoff run stops. After - continues. These are the conditions for certification. The term "required runway" was not introduced from scratch. " -in case of engine failure on takeoff before takeoff, the aircraft can easily fly over the runway with unpredictable consequences.
                    "Did you understand that you got it?" - a drop in 50% of thrust immediately after separation will definitely lead to an aircraft subsidence (Look at take-off with a catapult from aircraft carriers).
                    "They are taught this" - it would be nice, but can they? Who believed? The introduction of autopilots led to a sharp drop in the skills of pilots. And do not say that the flight is carried out manually, I myself know.
                    The same question - "Did you understand it yourself? ..". - Have you forgotten how the takeoff ended when a bird hit the engine on takeoff?
                    “Learn the materiel” - late, already retired, although at one time MATI graduated and by profession he plowed his whole life.
                    “If there is anything” - but you don’t have to be rude, it does you honor.

                    Malcheg ... You do not distinguish an airplane from a girl, so it’s not for you to pick something here.
                    1. +6
                      November 11, 2019
                      Q.E.D! In the absence of arguments, rudeness comes into play. Don’t bother with the answer.
                      1. -6
                        November 11, 2019
                        Quote: Sergey Valov
                        Q.E.D! In the absence of arguments, rudeness comes into play. Don’t bother with the answer.

                        Malcheg ... You do not see the difference between an airplane and a scooter.
          2. +1
            November 11, 2019
            Quote: Sergey Valov
            a crash with engine failure on takeoff, then I'm sorry, here almost any plane will crash.

            One of the requirements for certification of the aircraft does not include take-off with engine failure?
          3. +3
            November 11, 2019
            The lifting force cannot fall by definition, because the speed of the whole plane is the same as that of the left plane, which for the right one and does not depend on the position of the plane relative to the horizon.

            Not quite right.
            The lifting force depends not only on the speed of the aircraft and the propeller blowing of the planes, as noted above, but also on the sweep of the wing.
            If the engine fails on one wing, a yaw moment arises, leading to a change in the sweep angle of the wings relative to the incoming flow. On a "lagging" wing, the lift is reduced. That, coupled with the cessation of the propeller blowing, leads to a significant drop in lift on this wing. hi
            1. +2
              November 11, 2019
              .. The lift depends not only on the speed of the aircraft and the propeller blowing over the planes, as noted above, but also on the sweep of the wing .. "It depends on the speed of the air flow enveloping the wing .. and on the wing profile .. And the machine has screws , or not - this is already adding characteristics .. Gliders do not have engines at all - but they fly .. Even headwind or tailwind affects the lift ..
          4. +4
            November 11, 2019
            Why would he crash - this is a standard situation and it is practiced on simulators. Twice during his flying career he continued to take off on one engine and, as you see, alive.
        3. KTA
          0
          November 11, 2019
          A mixture of near-aviation terms with the addition of pseudo-aerodynamics.
          1. 0
            November 12, 2019
            Oh yes .. About the "speed of the aircraft" is good here .. I once saw in the Arctic how an airplane parked (speed, respectively, 0 km / h) - for some reason took off with idle engines and without any "blowing screws" ..))) - the wind was 35 meters per second right in his forehead ..)) here's all the lifting force ..))
        4. 0
          November 21, 2019
          In fact, negative V is done on high planes just for instability. Otherwise, with a positive V or a direct wing, the aircraft becomes very stable. It is difficult to heel with ailerons. That is, he turns badly. Just at negative V, the lifting force drops sharply on the lowered wing. And the plane goes even easier to roll.
          On a cow like IL-76, the consoles are generally very lowered. Draw a diagram on the front and use the arrows to draw lift.
        5. 0
          November 22, 2019
          So, there’s still an addition to my answer. I walked myself an hour ago. And then the An-12 enters the landing. And clearly on me, respectively, then it goes further from me. From me to the beginning of the strip of 500 meters. In flight, the transverse V wing of the An-12 is positive, that is, the wings are up. And the end third of the console is bent down. The plot is just with ailerons. That is, negative V. So, taking into account the above story, most likely the wings during the alteration bent exactly up, leaving the negative V at the ends. Again. On the high-wing CMs below the wing, they are very reluctant to heel. Own weight does not. Therefore, the wing consoles are given a downward inclination in the transverse projection - negative V. Due to this, the lifting force of the console, which goes down, drops sharply, on the opposite side it rises - the plane heels more easily.
      2. +2
        November 11, 2019
        No buddy! Not for you alone! It is very narrow ... and of great elongation ...
        1. +1
          November 11, 2019
          the wing area of ​​Il112 is almost 5 m2 more than that of the same S-295.
          Yes, he carries less cargo and there are no windows in it.
          This may indicate that:
          and. the purpose of the machines is a dirt roadman carrying equipment
          b. military truck with built-in protection systems that will not be talked about out loud.
          Yes, most likely the fuselage is heavy. Till. Exactly 2 tons compared to the same S-295.
          But the tasks of the car are different. And overweight will lose weight ...
          https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2011/07/29/ormie/
    3. +1
      November 11, 2019
      There is a manufacturer, there is a customer ..... this is not a competition, this is a common, necessary business should be.
    4. 0
      November 11, 2019
      I hope on 112 a little shake TTX
      Flight performance of the Il-112 aircraft:

      Aircraft Projections:
      profile - screw monoplane with upright straight wing
      crew - 2 pilot
      passenger capacity - 44 (cargo-passenger version)
      load capacity - 6 t (maximum load)
      length - 23,5 m
      wing span - 25,7 m
      height - 8,9 m
      curb weight - 15 t
      normal take-off weight - 20,4 t
      Max. take-off weight - 21 t
      fuel tank capacity - 7900 l
      The main characteristics of the power plant:
      number of engines - 2
      engine type - turboprop
      engine - TV7-117ST
      power - 2 × 2800 hp
      propeller - single row six-blade AB-112
      screw diameter - 3,9 m
      thrust - 3 645 kgf
      afterburner - 4 145 kgf
      Fuel consumption - 500 l / h
      maximum speed - 550 km / h
      cruising speed - 480 km / h
      practical range - 1 000 km at maximum load, 3 400 km - 3,5 t
      ferry range - 5 200 km
      practical ceiling - 7 600 m
      take-off run - 870 m
      path length - 600 m
      1. 0
        November 11, 2019
        Quote: aszzz888

        curb weight - 15 t
        normal take-off weight - 20,4 t
        Max. take-off weight - 21 t

        If this is true, then this is tryndets ...
    5. +1
      November 11, 2019
      What gives weight loss per ton?
      Range-???
      Payload _ ???
      1. +4
        November 11, 2019
        Quote: Jurkovs
        What gives weight loss per ton?
        Range-???
        Payload _ ???

        Both.
      2. -2
        November 11, 2019
        This gives the developers prizes .. and an attempt to "cram" what happened in the initially stated performance characteristics and requirements of the RF Ministry of Defense ..
        1. -1
          November 11, 2019
          What did I write wrong this time? Isn't that about the second day of the article here? And .. I understand .. here you only need to praise ... Well, so the bonuses - is that good?
      3. +2
        November 11, 2019
        Nothing new. Rather - an attempt to save the plane and design bureau. Talikov (general designer IL-112B) has already been kicked out.
        "Yes, we weighed the plane. There are objective reasons - in the aviation industry, a generational change of designers has taken place. Replenishment was weak, technical universities have lost popularity. And a young specialist came to us, looked around, learned a bit and went to the place where they pay more, ”the chief designer said.

        According to Talikov, the developers "in many ways have missed the weight problem." “This issue was considered with military, and at the level of profile vice-premier of the Russian government. Approved a comprehensive plan to reduce aircraft weight", Said the specialist.

        Briefly - now the actual carrying capacity is about 3t.
        The key requirement of the Ministry of Defense is to maintain the range for partial load (in 3t) = 3400km. Really a bit more 1000km now. For it is actually its full loading in this configuration.
        1. 0
          November 11, 2019
          I wonder how you can "overweight" the car by half the carrying capacity. They would have been a little more mistaken, and she would not have been able to take off at all.

          Does the Ministry of Defense plan for the plane to be transported by the Tiger? At least in some version of "Yo" in 20XX?
    6. +1
      November 11, 2019
      Quote: svp67
      Il-112 is of course the "first swallow", a transport aircraft of a purely Russian design

      Let's hope that the mistakes of the "first" will be taken into account and the following models will avoid them. And so, here not only the glider, here the engines are being worked out, and the engine is the next step of the Il 114-300.
    7. +2
      November 11, 2019
      It is strange that no one said that the first IL-112 is not flying now, just because after the first flight the runway for reconstruction for a year was closed. Therefore, only ground tests are possible.
      1. +1
        November 11, 2019
        Quote: Genry
        It is strange that no one said that the first IL-112 is not flying now, just because after the first flight the runway for reconstruction for a year was closed. Therefore, only ground tests are possible.

        What a coincidence and timely coincidence.
        1. 0
          November 11, 2019
          Quote: Town Hall
          What a coincidence and timely coincidence.

          Coincidence of what?
      2. KTA
        +2
        November 11, 2019
        Waited for this comment.
        So it is, the addition to the reconstruction. There is a feeling that they were waiting for the first flight to begin the reconstruction.
        By the way, they are leading it very vigorously and visually, the case is moving towards an end.
    8. +2
      November 11, 2019
      Quote: Avis-bis
      Quote: Sergey Valov
      The lifting force cannot fall by definition, because the speed of the whole plane is the same as that of the left plane, which for the right one and does not depend on the position of the plane relative to the horizon.

      It depends on the propeller blowing. On OKA aircraft, airflow added> 10% of lift during takeoff.
      As for the crash with engine failure on takeoff, then I'm sorry, here almost any plane will crash.

      A critical engine failure on take-off is a calculated case. Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails.

      Pancake! And why the hell did they come up with helicopters. Make more screw, increase power and the plane takes off vertically, because the lifting force will increase by a factor! WHAT TO SAY. Movies and toys make experts in any field of knowledge!
      1. -1
        November 11, 2019
        Quote: Waskasan
        Quote: Avis-bis
        Quote: Sergey Valov
        The lifting force cannot fall by definition, because the speed of the whole plane is the same as that of the left plane, which for the right one and does not depend on the position of the plane relative to the horizon.

        It depends on the propeller blowing. On OKA aircraft, airflow added> 10% of lift during takeoff.
        As for the crash with engine failure on takeoff, then I'm sorry, here almost any plane will crash.

        A critical engine failure on take-off is a calculated case. Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails.

        Pancake! And why the hell did they come up with helicopters. Make more screw, increase power and the plane takes off vertically, because the lifting force will increase by a factor! WHAT TO SAY. Movies and toys make experts in any field of knowledge!

        Did she understand what got it?
    9. 0
      November 11, 2019
      Quote: Dikson
      This gives the developers prizes .. and an attempt to "cram" what happened in the initially stated performance characteristics and requirements of the RF Ministry of Defense ..

      So go, learn, at least become just a constructor and there will be prizes for you, maybe someday they will give a state prize! They won’t give it here! Do not worry!
      1. 0
        November 12, 2019
        Thank you, I’m more on other things ... Although it’s never too late to learn ..)))
    10. Kaw
      0
      November 11, 2019
      Interesting. An-72 planned to replace the An-24/26. Why was its production discontinued?
      1. 0
        November 11, 2019
        and the AN-72 was a handsome man. He makes it a little short of the IL "one time"
    11. 0
      November 11, 2019
      this plane was 30 years late.
    12. 0
      November 11, 2019
      Quote: Sergey Valov
      Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails ”

      not a single twin-engine aircraft will take off on one engine !!!!
      1. 0
        November 11, 2019
        Quote: Seeker
        Quote: Sergey Valov
        Not a single aircraft is certified if it cannot take off if one engine fails ”

        not a single twin-engine aircraft will take off on one engine !!!!

        You cheated. Will take off
        https://youtu.be/aZ5W-eBY8uI
    13. 0
      December 7 2019
      I'm certainly not an expert. But five tons per 6 thousand km. This is for local deliveries. And it seems to me that the army is not flying five tons. And about what flies, does not fly. The engine is stuck more powerful and they will say "what a handsome man."
      1. 0
        January 28 2020
        Engine power is not a question. But kerosene on board is not infinite. More powerful motor - faster kerosene flies into the exhaust pipe.

        All kinds of deliveries are needed too. For example, bring a new engine for the Su-27 from Rybinsk. One and a half tons + packaging. To carry IL-76? Get up a little expensive!
    14. 0
      December 10 2019
      Quote: John22
      The width of the wing is surprising at first sight.

      Are you aware of the term elongation and its effect on aerodynamic quality?
      To listen to you like that "Beluga" and should not have come off the runway.

      Forum for children on another site.

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