IL-112V transport aircraft will receive upgraded landing gear


Until the end of 2020, the Voronezh Aircraft Engineering Society (VASO), which produces Il-112V transport aircraft, will receive improved hydraulic cylinders and landing gear. They will be sent to aircraft manufacturers by the Aviaagregat plant from Samara, which belongs to the Technodynamics holding.


This was reported on the official portal of the state corporation Rostec, which includes the holding.

During life tests of new components and assemblies of the aircraft, 1000 take-offs and landings were carried out. By 2024, their resource will be 15 thousand.

Over the past year, the specialists of the "Air Unit" have improved the structural elements of the landing gear and hydraulic cylinders.

Announcing the completion of work, the CEO of Technodynamics Igor Nasenkov noted the importance for the armed forces of our country of creating a new, modern aircraft for military transport aviation.

We work closely with the Ministry of Defense, quickly responding to their requirements. In accordance with the decision to optimize the take-off mass of the aircraft, adjustments are made to the design documentation and technological processes.

- said the CEO of the holding.

IL-112V is being replaced instead of the obsolete military transport aircraft An-26, which was produced from the 60s of the last century.
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  1. Victor_B 28 January 2020 17: 21 New
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    IL-112V transport aircraft will receive upgraded landing gear
    Out of sheer curiosity.
    This is part of a fight to facilitate or to facilitate / secure landing on the ground.
    (Not for the purpose of criticism and slander !!!)
    1. Krasnoyarsk 28 January 2020 18: 00 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      IL-112V transport aircraft will receive upgraded landing gear
      Out of sheer curiosity.
      This is part of a fight to facilitate or to facilitate / secure landing on the ground.
      (Not for the purpose of criticism and slander !!!)

      Why are you so afraid? Yes, I criticize. The plane still does not fly, in essence, and its landing gear is already being upgraded. I am tormented by vague doubts - did the designers specially design, by the way not so long ago, the chassis in such a way as to quickly modernize it? Say, no, let's not do that, but let's do it like this. And then we will offer modernization and get a sweetie for it. Not, well, in fact, the plane has not yet flown, but it already needed modernization.
      1. Victor_B 28 January 2020 18: 07 New
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        Quote: Krasnoyarsk
        I am tormented by vague doubts - did the designers specially design, by the way not so long ago, the chassis in such a way as to quickly modernize it?

        Well, this is already too much!
        1. Krasnoyarsk 28 January 2020 18: 09 New
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          Quote: Victor_B
          Well, this is already too much!

          Quite possible. I said - I am only tormented by TOTAL vague doubts.
          1. Pereira 28 January 2020 19: 03 New
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            Nowadays, absolutely anything is possible.
      2. Bobrick 28 January 2020 20: 25 New
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        And there was such a joke with the cover of the gearbox of the MI-28 helicopter ...
        During the factory optimization process, one of the engineers found out that the gearbox cover from the MI-8 helicopter for landing holes completely coincides with the same part from the MI-28 helicopter (almost complete interchangeability has turned out), but at the same time it costs much less to manufacture (more than 10 thousand rubles apiece of savings).
        The engineer was awarded, but still, since reading the notes of the factory newspaper in 2016, vague doubts torment me ...
      3. D16
        D16 28 January 2020 20: 37 New
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        have the designers specially designed, by the way not so long ago, the chassis in such a way as to quickly modernize? Say, no, let's not do that, but let's do it like this. And then we will offer modernization and get a sweetie for it. Not, well, in fact, the plane has not yet flown, but it already needed modernization.

        The plane was built according to an old project. How it all ended up in the know. According to the old Soviet tradition, now it needs to be finalized with a file laughing . The question is how much this pepelats will cost after it receives EMF, steel will be replaced with titanium, and duralumin, where possible, with carbon fiber. What to do. Miser pays twice. smile
        1. Krasnoyarsk 28 January 2020 21: 59 New
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          Quote: D16
          The plane was built according to an old project. How it all ended up in the know.

          Everyone knows the pencil and what it consists of. And then one smart rationalizer introduced the rat. sentence. Let's not fill the three centimeter end of a pencil with graphite. Anyway, no one uses such a stub. We get graphite savings. The Commission agreed with the logic of the rat. proposals and industry began to produce pencils of this sample.
          Time passed and the same innovator introduced another race. sentence - if there is no graphite at the end of the pencil, then why is there a tree? Let's not do this part of the pencil. Get the tree savings. The Commission agreed with the logic of the proposal. And today we have this pencil, where there is no wood without graphite.
      4. yustas 29 January 2020 16: 36 New
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        I have a question, but do you know how many changes have been made to bicycle bearings and the number of spokes on wheels over the past three years? I also think so that Audi, just for the sake of my money, absolutely free of charge, they changed the wheels for me ... but for convenience, they offered to buy others, but time stands still as the development of the industry ....
        1. yustas 29 January 2020 16: 37 New
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          Or, you, most importantly, to fool our designers and engineers?
    2. g1v2 28 January 2020 19: 29 New
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      Rather, everyone is struggling with being overweight. Honestly, in my opinion, it would be more logical to work on the TV7-117st engine. Together with Klimovtsy think. The family is large - for sure it can be dispersed.
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        D16 28 January 2020 21: 22 New
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        Rather, everyone is struggling with being overweight.

        The struggle with value subsequently leads to the fight against excess weight. Then the struggle will begin for the number of boards within a limited budget. smile
        Together with Klimovtsy think. The family is large - for sure it can be dispersed.

        Unfortunately, the next planned turboshaft engine is a bit too big. laughing And they were going to develop it in Perm.
      2. dauria 28 January 2020 22: 31 New
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        Rather, everyone is struggling with being overweight.


        It used to be counted. On wooden abacus, in a column, or a slide rule. And most importantly - think with your head, compare options. "Wings, legs ... The main thing is the tail." By the way, about the tail - why the hell did they pull the horizontal plumage up? Apparently the keel is tough (and heavy) needed. Excess weight, and even in the tail. The An-26, the adversaries have a modern C-27J Spartan, CASA C-295. Everyone has a tail like a tail, everyone flies normally without buffering and sells great. Eh, youth .... they pecked at fashion, or something.
  2. lopuhan2006 28 January 2020 17: 26 New
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    Slowly finish. There is hope that they will finish it by 2025. Still, the MS-21 would have entered.
  3. Ryaruav 28 January 2020 17: 33 New
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    didn’t have time to let out airplanes but they are already modernizing it, it’s generally called project refinement
  4. Mountain shooter 28 January 2020 17: 43 New
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    The task was to lighten the plane by 2 tons. Really can not? I believe the chassis is one of the components necessary to solve this problem!
    1. Pereira 28 January 2020 19: 04 New
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      Yes Easy. Leave two blades in the propeller and that's enough.
  5. Observer2014 28 January 2020 17: 52 New
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    Quote: Victor_B
    IL-112V transport aircraft will receive upgraded landing gear
    Out of sheer curiosity.
    This is part of a fight to facilitate or to facilitate / secure landing on the ground.
    (Not for the purpose of criticism and slander !!!)

    Viktor Petrovich, you are not on the site of noble girls .. Speak directly. What kind of modernization is this for an airplane that won a tender from the Moscow Region? The project which initially met all the requirements of the customer as much as possible .. What kind of tender was that? Who decided that this aircraft would fit the MO according to the ordered characteristics? Or we blinded from what it was. And now, as in that joke, you need to process it with a file! am I see it was not a joke. But the real story.
    1. Victor_B 28 January 2020 19: 56 New
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      Quote: Observer2014
      What kind of tender was this? Who decided that this aircraft would fit the MO according to the ordered characteristics?

      What are the characteristics ordered there?
      It was vulgarly sharply required to “import substitute” Antonov, that’s why they grabbed onto the IL-112, the hell knows how long ago.
      we blinded from what it was. And now, as in that joke, you need to file it!
      Now they finish it ... At times - literally!
      Soon, the Tu-334 will begin (started?) To be sawn into no analogues.
  6. Vitas 28 January 2020 17: 54 New
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    Is there a civil option? Are companies being asked to order it? Or foreign eroplanes, as always?
    1. donavi49 28 January 2020 18: 08 New
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      Why is he civilian ???

      Civilians carry pallets. In the requirements for this Ilu112, under the great impression of Spartan, they wrote the requirements for Spartan, with the reservation on power and range / refueling in the air (not necessary). Therefore, there was such a mini-Spartan that can transport a Tiger or other armored car. But all other characteristics are extremely affected by this, as the contours are inflated to allow the creation of volume in the cargo compartment of the right size.

      If under civilian - then transporting pallets is more profitable on this.


      Actually, the army / state customers also counted. As a result, Spartan became obsolete and died. sad . For if you need to carry an armored car, then clearly not one, here you can already pack Hercules / Il76. To transport in small things, different cargoes / people is more profitable at C295 - cheaper, easier, cheaper flight hour.

      The bottom line:
      C295 - 164 cars in 32 countries + C235 - 341 cars in almost 50 countries of the world.

      Spartan - 101 cars in 13 countries of the world (of which 24 USA + 12 Italy - which initially pledged to buy at least as much, even at the project stage).
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        D16 28 January 2020 21: 38 New
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        Therefore, there was such a mini-Spartan that can transport a Tiger or other armored car. But all other characteristics are extremely affected by this, as the contours are inflated to allow the creation of volume in the cargo compartment of the right size.

        However, during the journey the dog (Tiger) was able to grow up laughing . And it has long exceeded 5 tons. But the loaded onboard Gazelle or General Kruzak will enter easily. When the IL-112 was being developed, the design quality was such that during assembly, instead of an airplane, a locomotive was obtained. lol
  7. rocket757 28 January 2020 18: 01 New
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    Do and give the equipment to the customer ... intermediate matters, results, this is for personal satisfaction.
  8. Brenneke 28 January 2020 19: 34 New
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    Lightening the design of the airframe is a necessary measure! No powerful and economical engines! Like on the S-130 with turboprop engines Allison 501-D22 with a power on the shaft of 3020 kW (4050 hp). Allison AE 2100A with power on a shaft of 3096 kW was installed on SAAB 2000. And the aircraft is smaller than IL-114.
  9. viktor_ui 29 January 2020 05: 31 New
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    chassis modernization ... and in the future a nut, a cotter pin, a bolt, a janitor, a color scheme.
    Apofez, ZNAKOVYY, articles - "Il-112V is being replaced instead of the obsolete military transport aircraft An-26, which was produced from the 60s of the last century" ... it was necessary to hold out to the 100th anniversary and that would be an EPOCH event fellow
  10. Vladimir Mashkov 29 January 2020 22: 21 New
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    "... will receive improved hydraulic cylinders and chassis."
    On the one hand - it seems to be bad, shows the imperfection of the design.
    On the other hand, it seems to be good: during the test process, weaknesses and shortcomings are often identified, which are being finalized and corrected. Moreover, progress does not stand still and replacing something with a better one is good.
    But in general? OK and GOOD!
  11. itarnmag 30 January 2020 15: 56 New
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    Since when is it being built?