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In 1986, China began the development of a civilian version of the aircraft, which was designated Y-8B. Due to the abandonment of specialized military equipment, the aircraft's weight was reduced by 1720 kg. The first flight of the civilian version of the aircraft made 17 December 1993 of the year. The export civilian version of the aircraft received the designation Y-8D. This aircraft was equipped with equipment of western production. He made the first flight in 1987, about 8 of such cars were sold for export. Other civilian versions of the aircraft include an unusual Y-8F with a three-tiered cargo cabin designed for transporting livestock (you could transport sheep to 350), as well as passenger Y-8K to 120 seats. A variant of the Y-8F-100 aircraft received more powerful engines, GPS systems, weather radars. On the modification of the aircraft Y-8F-200 fuselage was extended to 2,2 meter.
With the direct technical assistance of the American company Lockheed, a new version of the Y-1980C transporter was created at the end of the 8-s. This aircraft was equipped with a two-section ramp, which was similar to the one installed on the C-130, as well as a pressurized cargo cabin, new air conditioning systems and an oxygen system, as well as additional emergency hatches. It was assumed that American General Electric CT7 engines would be installed on this version of the aircraft, but because of the brutal suppression of student unrest in Beijing in 1989, the US-China technical cooperation was stopped.
In 2001, the PRC, together with the Ukrainian aircraft manufacturer Antonov, began work on the design of a new version of the Y-8F-600 aircraft for the Canadian turboprop engines Pratt-Whitney. Thanks to equipping this model of the aircraft with new instrument equipment of the “glass cabin” type, its crew was reduced to 2-s. In other versions, the aircraft crew ranges from 3 to 5 people.
To replace the 10 aircraft UAV carriers on the basis of the Tu-4, in the 1989 year in China was built version Y-8E. Under the wing of this aircraft, 2 reconnaissance UAVs BUAA ChangHong-1 were installed on special trapezoid pylons, which were controlled from the post located in the front sealed cockpit.
Also, Shaanxi Y-8 became the basis for the first Chinese patrol aircraft of the ground-based Y-8X. This aircraft was equipped with Western-made special and navigation equipment, in particular, the Litton APSO-504 radar radar, the antenna of which was placed in a cylindrical fairing located under the nose of the aircraft. At the same time, reconnaissance windows were installed at the site of the cargo casement doors, which included infrared and optical cameras, radio acoustic buoys and an infrared detection system for submerged submarines. The Y-8X patrol aircraft is able to make long and long flights at any time of the day. In the internal compartments of the aircraft can be installed various anti-ship or anti-submarine equipment. The first Y-8X was built in the 1984 year. In service with the Chinese Navy is to 8 such aircraft.
Until the beginning of 1990 in China, modernized Tu-4 bombers, which were equipped with AI-20 Soviet turboprop engines, were used to carry out naval electronic intelligence. To replace these aircraft was created Y-8G, which was equipped with a more powerful radar and equipment of the western assembly. However, after student unrest in Beijing, deliveries from the West were stopped and the project was abandoned. According to some reports, the remaining Y-8G without equipment were converted into tanker aircraft. At the same time, at the end of the 1990-s, several varieties of electronic reconnaissance and electronic counter-aircraft were created on the basis of the Y-8, united under the general name “Gaoxin Project”, but having a different set of equipment.
The most interesting and one of the latest versions of the aircraft created on the basis of Shaanxi Y-8 was the DLRO KJ-200 aircraft. Work on the long-range radar monitoring and control aircraft for the PLA Air Force began in the 2000 year. The first prototype of the aircraft was created on the basis of Y-8F200 and completed its flight in November 2001. The DLRO aircraft was equipped with a radar such as the Ericsson Erieye AESA, which has an airborne target detection range from 300 to 450 km.
The second prototype of the KJ-200, built on the basis of the Y-8F-600, made its first flight in January 2005 of the year, and it crashed on the 3 of June 2006 of the year. As it was established later, the cause of the disaster was icing of the wing surface. In order to solve the problem of flight safety, the Chinese military attracted Ukrainian specialists from the Yakovlev design bureau to modernize the aircraft. Antonov. In the course of modernization, the system for preventing icing was replaced on the plane, as well as the equipment for the crew to quickly notify about the occurrence of emergency situations on board. Subsequently, it was reported that the measures taken have significantly improved the reliability of the aircraft.
DRLO aircraft KJ-200
It is assumed that the Canadian Pratt and Whitney Canada PW200B Canadian turboprop engines with British Dodi R-150 propellers were installed on the KJ-408 aircraft. He received modern avionics, including the Honeywell navigation system. In addition, the aircraft is equipped with special containers for equipment installed on the top of the tail section, wingtips and in the forward fuselage.
The KJ-200 aircraft has limited capabilities, so it is planned to use it in conjunction with the DRLO KJ-2000 aircraft, which is an adaptation of the Russian A-50 aircraft with a Chinese-made radar. It is assumed that the main patrol pattern will be the following - the KJ-2 3-200 aircraft will patrol a long distance from their “big brother” KJ-2000, transmitting all the information received in real time to the board.
According to the plans of the Chinese military, the aircraft DLROiU KJ-2000, which has significantly greater capabilities and powerful electronic equipment, will process the incoming information and carry out the direct control function aviation connections. Such a two-stage airspace patrol scheme will further increase the target detection range and combat stability of the entire PRC airborne radar system.
Flight specifications Y-8:
Dimensions: wingspan - 38,00 m., Length - 34,02 m., Height - 11,6 m.
Wing area - 121,86 square. m
The mass of the plane is empty - 35 500 kg., The maximum take-off - 61 000 kg.
Payload - 20 000 kg.
Engine type - 4 HDD WJ-6, HP 4250 power. each.
Maximum speed - 660 km / h, cruising speed - 550 km / h.
Practical range - 5615 km.
Practical ceiling - 10 400 m.
Crew - 5, 3 or 2 people on Y-8F-600