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A video of the assembly of the first serial fighter Su-57 appeared on the web

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A video of the assembly of the first serial fighter Su-57 appeared on the web

A video of the assembly of the first serial fighter of the fifth generation Su-57 has appeared on the Web. The video on its own YouTube channel was posted by the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC).


In a short video, the UAC showed the assembly stages of the first production Su-57 fighter in the shops of the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aviation Plant (KnAAZ), its check by representatives of the Ministry of Defense before the flight and the first flight itself, which took place at the airfield of the aircraft plant.

Note that the first serial Su-57 is de facto the second aircraft from the pilot batch for two fighters. The first Su-57 crashed on December 24, 2019 during a test flight.


As the UAC said earlier, the corporation is currently expanding production to assemble fifth-generation aircraft. Work is underway at KnAAZ; from this year, the UAC promises to increase the pace of production of serial fighters. In 2021, the Russian Aerospace Forces will receive four Su-57s.

Recall that the first serial Su-57 entered one of the aviation parts of the southern military district, which is not specifically mentioned. At the end of December last year, it was unofficially reported (with reference to sources) that the aircraft arrived at the State Flight Test Center (GLITS) in Akhtubinsk for testing with the subsequent transfer of the aircraft to the combat unit.

Earlier, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that the Russian Aerospace Forces will receive 2024 fifth-generation SU-22 fighters by the end of 57. Most likely these machines will be supplied with a first stage engine. The rest of the fighter will go to the troops with the second stage engine. In total, by 2027, the Ministry of Defense will receive 76 aircraft, which are manufactured by KnAAZ under a contract signed in 2019.
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  1. seti
    seti 30 January 2021 09: 08
    +15
    Let's hope that the pace of production will only increase.
    1. Pessimist22
      Pessimist22 30 January 2021 09: 24
      -9
      How to make sausages.
      1. Fitter65
        Fitter65 30 January 2021 09: 50
        +11
        Quote: Pessimist22
        How to make sausages.

        Have you seen what sausages are made of today?
        1. dauria
          dauria 30 January 2021 10: 42
          +1
          Have you seen what sausages are made of today?


          Another thing is interesting. Earlier, "sausages" were made faceted. To the point of absurdity. Even the LDPE on the F-117 is faceted. All removable panels, sash with "saw" for the sake of stealth.
          Now both ours and the Yankees perform the minimum - there are no corner reflectors at right angles, the parallelism of all sharp edges (only two maximum reflection in the horizon), smooth conjugation of the wing and fuselage and the bending of the air intake channels (hide the blades).
          And the airplane turned out. One concern. It would not work out as with a "good" German "Tiger", of which you do not get a lot.
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 30 January 2021 12: 51
            +1
            "and bending of the air intake ducts" ///
            ---
            Unfortunately, this is not the case on the Su-57. The air ducts are almost straight.
            Better for speed, worse for stealth.
            1. dauria
              dauria 30 January 2021 13: 49
              +5
              Air ducts are almost straight


              Oh is it? And even if so - where did you get the idea that there are no other ways to "extinguish" the signal from the compressor, for example, such grids as on the F-117.
              And they know how to turn the polarization, and if you wish, you can cover it with absorbing panels. A simple S-bend does not guarantee anything. Even the waveguides in the radar bend like hoses - and nothing fades wink .
              1. voyaka uh
                voyaka uh 30 January 2021 13: 51
                0
                You can put it out, but this has not yet been done.
                1. dauria
                  dauria 30 January 2021 14: 04
                  +6
                  but it's not done yet

                  Where such confidence ? After all, it is a simple matter to press parallel threads with ferrites and the required phase shift into a flat carbon fiber panel - and you will get that the angle of incidence is not at all equal to the angle of reflection. laughing
                  Oh, I almost forgot .... All the radio engineers moved to Israel. So what?
                  1. voyaka uh
                    voyaka uh 30 January 2021 14: 16
                    +4
                    It's a simple matter. But nothing has been done. Which surprises me, to be honest.
                    The second serial was collected for a whole year. There were some
                    to eliminate the defects of stealth.
                    But the ducts are clean. The turbine blades glow from the front.
                    Stealth coverage was not there, and it is not. Duralumin paint.
                    Cab cover with outer cover.
                    Even the Turks have already learned how to make a solid "cast" cockpit cap.
                    What's the problem?
                    1. dauria
                      dauria 30 January 2021 14: 37
                      +4
                      ... The turbine blades glow from the front.


                      Let them shine. In the optical range, a straight pipe. A radar can make it curved. There is a mirage over the desert in optics, but in the X-ray range it is full of oil. So it is with your S-channel. In the radar range, this is a mirror. And by shining a flashlight inside the mirror pipe, you will see the blades in all their glory, though curved.
                      They won't show us real coverage. Neither the Yankees, nor ours.
                      1. 3danimal
                        3danimal 30 January 2021 16: 35
                        0
                        All these years, the designers were stupid until the only smart one with the right advice appeared smile
                        The A-shaped air intakes are also washed by the RPM. Shine a lump of a lantern into a curved corpse painted with black matte paint, see a lot?
                        It is the blades that give the greatest exposure.
                    2. dauria
                      dauria 30 January 2021 16: 29
                      0
                      Stealth coverage was not there, and it is not. Duralumin paint.

                      Listen, namesake. That's what came into my head. The slot in the duralumin is also an antenna. The length will define the range, the width will define the bandwidth. The shape, length deviations can be given an inductive or capacitive type, as in long non-uniform lines, here is the phase incursion. Total - a perforated sheet of duralumin filled with a film of the same fluoroplastic. And turn the gently falling front at least 90 degrees.
                      As the teacher said a long time ago - the more terrible the mathematics of the lines, the simpler the manufacturing technology.

                      Something the Chinese have slipped, in some kind of "milled drawing" right on the duralumin. And now they are smart.
                      1. voyaka uh
                        voyaka uh 30 January 2021 16: 40
                        +1
                        Stealth technology does not stand still.
                        If at first there was a stealth coating - just a thick layer
                        paint with all sorts of metal balls and rhombuses in it,
                        now they are beginning to add microsensor chips to it.
                        That is, a certain microcircuit that signals which radio waves
                        the plane is being trained. And depending on this, the correct
                        mimicry and correct flight route.
                        What you suggested is also a real option.
                      2. abc_alex
                        abc_alex 31 January 2021 23: 49
                        0
                        Quote: voyaka uh
                        If at first there was a stealth coating - just a thick layer
                        paint with all sorts of metal balls and rhombuses in it,
                        now they are beginning to add microsensor chips to it.
                        That is, a certain microcircuit that signals which radio waves
                        the plane is being trained. And depending on this, the correct
                        mimicry and correct flight route.

                        Have you read a lot of popmeh? :)
                        Well, to begin with, a similar "mimicry" was practiced on the Nighthawks. And no microchips in the paint are needed for this kind of protection. And the question then rested on the speed of the response. It is not difficult to obtain the parameters of the radar radiation. It is difficult to quickly answer it in the right way. They didn't even have time to pick up the radiation in antiphase. Moreover, in flight.

                        Perhaps (!) Something somewhere, someone came up with. And he even managed to substantiate theoretically. But now the stealth coating is not microchips, but a "thick layer of special paint" that covers the technological joints and irregularities.
                  2. 3danimal
                    3danimal 30 January 2021 16: 47
                    -4
                    About the flashlight: not only does it have a noticeable cover, rather thick, but also greatly deteriorated (in comparison with the same Su-35) the backward view.

                    Many here scolded the poor visibility of the F-35 (especially the F-35B), but ours decided to "surpass" in this matter request




                    And the coating ... you can not do it at all. Then it will not climb and you can continue to troll the Yankees smile
                    1. molyr
                      molyr 30 January 2021 17: 25
                      0
                      even cars have cameras
                    2. 3danimal
                      3danimal 30 January 2021 18: 19
                      -1
                      During maneuverable close combat (for superiority in which, among other things, this aircraft was created) there is no time to look at the cameras.
                      You need to turn your head 360 '.
                2. d4rkmesa
                  d4rkmesa 31 January 2021 16: 34
                  0
                  In general, there is no problem. "Paint on duralumin" - whoever wants to see will see. Otherwise, in your opinion, it will turn out that he was painted in a special workshop with paint from a construction store. "Sukhoi" is, in fact, a kind of Russian F-23, not 22, and this is very good. Otherwise, everyone copies the layout of the F-22 and it turns out either a large "suitcase", like the Chinese, or almost no space for weapons in the compartments, like the Japanese and Koreans.
                3. abc_alex
                  abc_alex 31 January 2021 23: 38
                  0
                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  But the ducts are clean. The turbine blades glow from the front.

                  Where did you see it? In the video, the air intakes are always closed. :) Are you personally admitted to the plane? In what capacity? :)
                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  Even the Turks have already learned how to make a solid "cast" cockpit cap.

                  Congratulate the Turks. They had to master quite a few technological processes in order to attach everything else to the molded cap and get a combat aircraft.

                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  What's the problem?

                  Maybe it's not a problem, but expediency? Do you really think that the cover of the cockpit glass gives a serious glare on the radar compared to the rest of the aircraft weight?
                  1. voyaka uh
                    voyaka uh 31 January 2021 23: 54
                    +1
                    "the cover of the cockpit glass gives a serious glare on the radar" ///
                    ---
                    Yes. Even a small "ball" of the optical sighting system
                    in front of the cockpit gives a serious flare on the radar.
                    It had to be enclosed in a faceted body to
                    preserve stealth (however, this can still be fixed).
        2. Paranoid50
          Paranoid50 30 January 2021 19: 58
          0
          Quote: voyaka uh
          worse for stealth.

          However, already some kind of painful craving for hypothetical invisibility through relative stealth. request The final summary is made based on the totality of all the main performance characteristics of the product. On the fingers something like this: let it shine a little brighter, but this is easily compensated for by speed and maneuverability. The classical law of conservation: if it has disappeared somewhere, then it will arrive somewhere. yes hi
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 30 January 2021 20: 41
            +3
            In 10 years, the Su-57 will be Russia's only means of intercepting
            F-35. Which will be full of NATO. (Su-35 is good, but very noticeable).
            To shoot down the F-35, you need to see him not much later than he sees the Su-57.
            Otherwise, he will smoothly go to the side and calmly shoot from the side from an ambush.
            (which is what happens in numerous NATO exercises).
            To do this, the Su-57 must have very low radio signature in front.
            Without it, neither superior speed nor excellent maneuverability will help.
        3. Andrey.AN
          Andrey.AN 31 January 2021 06: 40
          0
          So you know that on the SU-35 the Irbis sees farther than any American, and you know that the L-band interferometers on this plane see much farther, they don't cut a geometric portrait, only mass and speed, and this, if not surprisingly enough for identification and other operations with a goal, with this any stealth on the drum, like throwing a stone into the water, even round or square, and whatever it is covered there.
          1. voyaka uh
            voyaka uh 31 January 2021 11: 50
            +1
            On the Su-57, however, the Irbis was not installed, but installed
            regular AFAR Protein. First AFAR on a Russian fighter.
            1. abc_alex
              abc_alex 31 January 2021 23: 53
              0
              Quote: voyaka uh
              On the Su-57, however, the Irbis was not installed, but installed
              regular AFAR Protein. First AFAR on a Russian fighter.

              But you SAFELY declare that
              In 10 years the Su-57 will be the only means of Russia to intercept
              F-35.

              Where are you planning to put the Su-35?
              1. voyaka uh
                voyaka uh 31 January 2021 23: 58
                +1
                Su-35s are not going anywhere. And will be very useful in the fight against airplanes
                4th generation: Typhoon, Rafal, F-15, F-16.
                But the F-35 will go around and deceive them with ease and fulfill their strike missions.
    2. Piramidon
      Piramidon 30 January 2021 11: 01
      +2
      Quote: Fitter65
      Have you seen what sausages are made of today?

      I remember in the program "Test purchase" in sausages they found up to 7% of meat
    3. Sidor Amenpodestovich
      Sidor Amenpodestovich 30 January 2021 11: 03
      +1
      Quote: Fitter65
      Have you seen what sausages are made of today?

      Cheap soybeans, expensive meat.
      1. Fitter65
        Fitter65 30 January 2021 11: 14
        +3
        Quote: Sydor Amenpospestovich
        Quote: Fitter65
        Have you seen what sausages are made of today?

        Cheap soybeans, expensive meat.

        They forgot to add mechanical boning from poultry, pork and beef, and vegetable protein (soy) is present in almost all products ...
        1. Sidor Amenpodestovich
          Sidor Amenpodestovich 30 January 2021 11: 24
          0
          They forgot to add mechanical boning from poultry, pork and beef, and vegetable protein (soy) is present in almost all products ...

          Let's compare some "Tushnyak" for 18 rubles and "Batkin Reserve" for 300.
          In the first case, there will be incomprehensible smelling incomprehensible pieces, and in the second - one whole piece of beef, without veins and films.
          The same is true for all processed foods.
          1. Fitter65
            Fitter65 30 January 2021 14: 45
            0
            Quote: Sidor Amenpodestovich
            Let's compare some "Tushnyak" for 18 rubles and "Batkin Reserve" for 300.

            I will not argue, since in our city they do not sell "Tushnyak" for 18 rubles, and I have never seen "Batkin's Reserve" for 300 rubles - we produce Su-57 in our city good
      2. mmaxx
        mmaxx 30 January 2021 11: 30
        0
        Soy is expensive now. Chicken is cheaper.
  • voronkov
    voronkov 30 January 2021 10: 58
    0
    Quote: seti
    Let's hope that the pace of production will only increase.

    Well, Russia is not the United States and our finances are limited, the main thing is not quantity, but quality I hope for that .. Russia cannot be mistaken in the design and other performance characteristics .. The matter got off the ground and a series went .. Good news!
  • businessv
    businessv 30 January 2021 21: 37
    0
    Quote: seti
    Let's hope that the pace of production will only increase.
    Even count on it! At least up to the level shown in the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXuZbLxWxYE&ab_channel=EliasF%C3%A9lixdaSilva
  • Ros 56
    Ros 56 30 January 2021 09: 14
    -2
    I wonder how many planes from the Second World War will be replaced by one Su-57?
    1. voronkov
      voronkov 30 January 2021 11: 02
      -4
      Quote: Ros 56
      I wonder how many planes from the Second World War will be replaced by one Su-57?

      It depends on who will sit at the controls ..))))) Remember how our German fighters soaked the newest at the end of the Second World War .. Their speed was many times higher and yet hi
      1. Vol4ara
        Vol4ara 30 January 2021 11: 17
        -1
        Quote: voronkov
        Quote: Ros 56
        I wonder how many planes from the Second World War will be replaced by one Su-57?

        It depends on who will sit at the controls ..))))) Remember how our German fighters soaked the newest at the end of the Second World War .. Their speed was many times higher and yet hi

        At the end of the Second World War, the Germans lost to us in fighter aviation, they had the first jet, but it was frankly raw, inferior to piston
        1. voronkov
          voronkov 30 January 2021 11: 28
          +1
          Quote: Vol4ara
          At the end of the Second World War, the Germans lost to us in fighter aviation, they had the first jet, but it was frankly raw, inferior to piston

          Well, the speed and howl was impressive yet And ours caught him a bastard.
          If the war had lasted a couple more years, it would have been difficult for the USSR to break the cruel resistance of the Fritzes with their new developments of "weapons of retaliation", so it was not in vain that our grandfathers and great-grandfathers were so eager to get to Berlin, in spite of the losses .. hi Now I look at Germany again on the quiet, they began to arm, well, well
      2. Ros 56
        Ros 56 30 January 2021 16: 08
        0
        Well, at times it was not higher, but it was 150-200 km. But the battle was not fought at such speeds, overloads, you know. And not only the Germans had such a thing as the Me-262, the British also had Gloucester Meteor, and if memory serves, it began to fly even earlier.
        This is not what I meant, for example, along the front, the patrolling four MiG-31 along the front captures a strip of 700-800 km., Of course, taking into account the radars with AFAR. Probably at that time such a strip was held by an aviation division, and maybe an air army.
      3. 3danimal
        3danimal 30 January 2021 16: 55
        0
        Remind how many times? 2,3,5?
        Emotions ..
        The Me-262 was less maneuverable, with an extremely unreliable and capricious engine. In fact, he could not conduct an air battle, because the frequent change of operating modes (characteristic of such a scenario) led to failure and even fire.
        They tried to use them against bombers - they swooped down, fired at, returned to the base.
  • Victor_B
    Victor_B 30 January 2021 09: 14
    +7
    Yes, there, during assembly, we have already reached augmented reality!
    1. Fitter65
      Fitter65 30 January 2021 09: 51
      +9
      Quote: Victor_B
      there, during assembly, we have already reached augmented reality!

      So they talked about it last year.
      1. askort154
        askort154 30 January 2021 10: 11
        +2
        Fitter65 ....So they talked about it last year.

        Quite right. This video was filmed on March 24, 2020, and hit the Web in December. American experts were surprised by the high-tech assembly programs of the Su-57. After that, the American Defense Blog "accused" Russia of using the American technology for assembling the Su-57. Like, but the Russians cannot create this themselves, they "stole" this technology from the United States.
        1. Vol4ara
          Vol4ara 30 January 2021 11: 19
          +3
          Quote: askort154
          Fitter65 ....So they talked about it last year.

          Quite right. This video was filmed on March 24, 2020, and hit the Web in December. American experts were surprised by the high-tech assembly programs of the Su-57. After that, the American Defense Blog "accused" Russia of using the American technology for assembling the Su-57. Like, but the Russians cannot create this themselves, they "stole" this technology from the United States.

          About 5 years ago I saw in the military acceptance a program about the assembly of Borei, they already used this technology
          1. askort154
            askort154 30 January 2021 11: 31
            +3
            Vol4ara ...About 5 years ago I saw in the military acceptance a program about the assembly of Borei, they already used this technology.

            But the Americans present to the world that Russia stole this technology from them. What I wrote about the example of the Su-57. They show the whole world that only they have the "most, most" technologies. If someone has something like this, then this
            they present as stealing from them. What I wrote about on the example of the Su-57, but I was "booed" by those running past. And it’s up to me. Itself, I never use cons. hi
        2. Vadim Ananyin
          Vadim Ananyin 30 January 2021 11: 23
          +1
          Well, they always have the same song as with vaccines and everything else.
          But in history they have more nakosyachino on stealing intellectual and technical issues.
    2. mmaxx
      mmaxx 30 January 2021 11: 32
      +2
      Fig evo knows whether it applies or not. Maybe the students were just playing around. That is, the technology can be used. But is it implemented or not?
  • venik
    venik 30 January 2021 10: 08
    0
    "...As previously stated in the UAC, the corporation is currently expanding production to assemble fifth-generation aircraft.... "
    ======
    Well, thank God! We have been waiting for this for a very long time. Finally to start ..... Hurry!
  • Vadim Ananyin
    Vadim Ananyin 30 January 2021 11: 17
    -2
    With God !
    And the article is not about sausages, the answer to all kinds of Goonies.
  • Alex Justice
    Alex Justice 30 January 2021 19: 04
    0
    Cool camouflage, beautiful. We need to patent it.
  • Kushka
    Kushka 30 January 2021 20: 16
    0
    And immediately! I'm not kidding.
    I saw the report myself: on the border with some sort of Central Asian
    the republic is the composition, on the platforms the products of some
    enterprises of western Ukraine - ordinary tombstones.
    The reason - violation of the rights of the owner of the patent - a cunning guy
    patented this thing. Immediately the sender's comment is crying
    that the plant hit hard. Further, the announcer says that the guys
    all in a row are patented - clothespins, corkscrew, conservation cover, etc.,
    and they cannot do anything about it - the producers can only
    pay or sue. In general, I have no time, I will run a patent
    at least an awl or something.
  • yfast
    yfast 1 February 2021 12: 02
    0
    1 plane per year - this is the cost price.