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Iranian "Borhan", similar to the Yak-130

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The Iranian edition of Mashregh News published information about the development of the new training aircraft Borhan, an aircraft manufacturer HESA, which looks like the Russian Yak-130. This is reported by the blog. bmpd.

Iranian "Borhan", similar to the Yak-130
A full-size model of the Iranian Borhan combat training aircraft.

According to the publication, the aircraft "Borhan" is a further development of the Iranian project of a light combat and training-combat aircraft "Shafagh" (Twilight), developed at Tehran Aviation University since 2000, with the participation of the Russian ASB Design Bureau. Yakovlev and a group of Russian specialists headed by F. Mukhamedov (formerly head of the OKO Mikoyan branch established at the end of the 1980-s in Tajikistan) ”.

“Shafagh” was based on the concept of the discoid wing developed by Mukhamedov, which in the USSR and then in Russia did not receive support. The designer proposed his idea to use in the development of new Russian aircraft "Vityaz-2000" and "Dawn". However, “according to some information, the blowdown did not reveal any serious advantages of his idea at the complexity of its implementation,” the author writes. After that, Mukhamedov signed a contract with the Iranian side.

Experts point out that "Shafagh" was in fact the implementation of the Vityaz-2000 and was designed with the assistance of HESA as an advanced training aircraft with the option of a light tactical fighter. " It was supposed to be equipped with the Russian RD-5000 engine (the driveless version was proposed). The model of the aircraft was built in 2002, and promised to roll out a prototype to 2006. However, the Iranians, in the end, did not pull 2006 on. They froze.

The current "Borhan" represents processing "in the direction of the" conventional "aerodynamic configuration, with a moderately swept wing with overflows and one large vertical keel, which gives it a great resemblance to the Yak-130," the author points out. Whether the Russian specialists helped Iranian developers is unknown.

According to the Mashregh News publication, the aircraft will be equipped with one engine, a thrust near 15 kN. "Clearly not enough for such a machine," notes the "bmpd" blog. - Because of this, the maximum speed of the aircraft "Borhan" will be only 0,65M. The weight of an empty aircraft is indicated only in 2800 kg, the combat load is 1200 kg (all data looks doubtful). The stated flight range is 1800 km. ”

“As in the case of other Iranian aviation projects, there are serious doubts about Iran’s ability to bring the project of the Borhan aircraft to something really serial and combat-ready,” the expert concludes.

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  1. pomegranate
    pomegranate 21 November 2014 13: 14
    +9
    Damn, well, when we’re doing something ourselves, it’s like we don’t seem to notice,
    and when it’s a shame like that ....
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 21 November 2014 13: 18
      +14
      It would be easier for Iran to buy a production license from us, we could help with the implementation of the project.
      1. Canep
        Canep 21 November 2014 13: 52
        +9
        Quote: Thought Giant
        It would be easier for Iran to buy a license from us

        It all depends on the goal, if Iran needs airplanes, then it’s easier to buy them, if you need a lot of planes, then it’s better to buy a license, and if you need your own aircraft industry, you need to develop it yourself.
      2. av58
        av58 21 November 2014 14: 46
        +4
        The Persians had only 1 experience buying a license for the production of a modern aircraft - the An-140, which was launched, but failed, and quickly closed. The Persians do not want to pay money under contracts, do not know how to work, and they do not need help, it’s more expensive for themselves. Better buy ready-made planes and helicopters.
    2. The comment was deleted.
    3. Samaritan
      Samaritan 21 November 2014 13: 19
      +4
      ??? What a shame ??? Dear, read the article, in the photo the layout is different from the one in the article, but in short the next nonsense!
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 21 November 2014 13: 28
        +7
        Quote: Samaritan
        ??? What a shame ??? Dear, read the article, in the photo the layout is different from the one in the article, but in short the next nonsense!


        Iranians are apparently engaged in aircraft modeling on a scale of 1: 1 laughing , then the model of the drone will be shown, then the new "incomprehensible" fighter, now here is the "model" of the training aircraft!
        1. wei
          wei 21 November 2014 13: 50
          +1
          engaged in aircraft modeling at a scale of 1: 1

          hard to disagree
          The weight of an empty aircraft is indicated in only 2800 kg,

          when you consider the weight of dv 1 ton ... what is it made of?
        2. The fat man
          The fat man 21 November 2014 19: 17
          +1
          In our world, the tool is not only Information but also Disinformation

          There is nothing new. Let the Democrats bewildered
          1. MACCABI TLV
            MACCABI TLV 22 November 2014 13: 07
            0
            A country that is not able to process its own oil into gasoline itself .... It can be confusing, perhaps, to its population.
          2. The comment was deleted.
    4. Velikoruss
      Velikoruss 21 November 2014 14: 19
      +3
      Damn, well, when we’re doing something ourselves, it’s like we don’t seem to notice,
      and when it’s a shame like that ....

      In general, the Persians received for their hard-earned project, "with the participation and under the leadership." And if you take a closer look at the Yak-130, this bird resembles it very remotely, from some angles.
      Kamovtsy during the hungry years to the Chinese, consider the ready attack helicopter designed (Z-10 according to the Russian project 941). The Iranians creaked at least a little with their convolutions, and the dummies basically honestly got their copy ... it turns out to copy. Where the latest materials are not required. Therefore, they cannot do without the purchase of Russian engines. If we are indignant, then not towards Iran.
    5. Su24
      Su24 21 November 2014 18: 01
      0
      Well done, Iranians, but it would be better if Russia simply started a wide export of military and military equipment to Iran. From machine guns to fighter jets.
  2. Samaritan
    Samaritan 21 November 2014 13: 15
    +6
    In Iran, for a couple of months, any plane is assembled, China smokes on the sidelines)))
    The factory for the collection of ridiculous layouts drives!
  3. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 21 November 2014 13: 17
    +4
    developed at Tehran Aviation University since 2000 with the participation of the Russian Design Bureau named after A.S. Yakovleva and a group of Russian experts led by F. Mukhamedov (previously the head of the Mikoyan Design Bureau branch established in Tajikistan in the late 1980s). ”

    And what, very similar? Well, it’s necessary wassat
  4. Trailer
    Trailer 21 November 2014 13: 17
    +4
    Quote: pomegranate
    Damn, well, when we’re doing something ourselves


    Will the atomic bomb go?
    1. pomegranate
      pomegranate 21 November 2014 13: 18
      +4
      Well, yes, I agree it was a scam !!!
  5. Vyacheslav 64
    Vyacheslav 64 21 November 2014 13: 18
    +1
    And the Iranians seem to have started "copying".
    1. Penelope
      Penelope 21 November 2014 13: 29
      +3
      Well, not exactly copying, in collaboration with Yakovlev Design Bureau, our team suggested something.
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  6. SAM 5
    SAM 5 21 November 2014 13: 18
    +2
    For Iran will pull.
  7. D-Master
    D-Master 21 November 2014 13: 23
    +3
    Like it or not, Iran is actively developing, and the appearance of even such a non-flying prototype indicates its significant success in the aircraft industry.
  8. SAM 5
    SAM 5 21 November 2014 13: 28
    0
    And finally, on which side we are interested in this dune.
  9. awersa
    awersa 21 November 2014 13: 53
    +1
    In general, Iran dofiga what I’ve wiped with the help of specialists from the Central Asian republics, and their missiles are similar to ours and the airplane looks like ours ... in Uzbekistan, for example, there were a lot of mailboxes, from there my legs grow, it’s as if suddenly and immediately Iran began to produce such complex equipment ... but there is no need to talk about the quality of production - ukrov bought a license for an 140, so recently one has already crashed ...
    1. Velikoruss
      Velikoruss 21 November 2014 14: 26
      +1
      In general, Iran dofiga what I’ve worn with the help of specialists from the Central Asian republics, and their missiles are similar to ours ...

      They bought so many of our rockets and planes that you don’t need to poke - just copy it stupidly.
    2. Aljavad
      Aljavad 22 November 2014 03: 54
      0
      In general, Iran didn’t dofig with the help of specialists from the Central Asian republics, and their missiles are similar to ours and the airplane looks like ours ... in Uzbekistan, for example, there were a lot of mailboxes, from there legs grow,

      Well, what kind of Uzbekistan? what mailboxes? Clearly said:
      at the Tehran Aviation University since 2000 with the participation of the Russian Design Bureau named after A.S. Yakovleva and a group of Russian experts led by F. Mukhamedov (previously the head of the Mikoyan Design Bureau branch established in Tajikistan in the late 1980s). ”


      Persians are not Chinese to you. They invited competent, but unemployed specialists and learn from them to design airplanes.
      One can be happy for F. Mukhamedov - he realized his projects at least in mock-ups. maybe they will fly when ...
      And Yakovlevtsy - sell their "130th" to take away. The rich they are, the more happy they are ..
  10. dr.star75
    dr.star75 21 November 2014 13: 58
    +1
    Well, similar and similar. Nothing? All planes are somehow similar to each other. They have the air defense system on our s-300 looks a lot like that. They will need to bungle their vigorous bomb. lol
  11. propolsky
    propolsky 21 November 2014 13: 59
    +1
    Probably the "Yakovlevites" shared, and the Iranians did not hang down, the copying technologies are Chinese bread.
  12. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 21 November 2014 14: 10
    0
    Noodles on the ears all over the world. We’ll scare everyone, everyone on ... m. East is a delicate matter. They lie like breathing.
  13. Alexander
    Alexander 21 November 2014 14: 43
    0
    It is logical that it is similar, since it was developed with the Yakovlevites. One can only rejoice that they will now have a good car. Although, it would be better to buy our Yak-130 immediately)
  14. av58
    av58 21 November 2014 14: 44
    +1
    Not exactly copying the Yak-130, but the final remark is correct: until the Persians were seen in the successful completion of aviation projects. So far, they have been pouring all the programs, including production under the An-140 license.
  15. korjik
    korjik 21 November 2014 15: 41
    +7
    I wonder why this people got excited. Ah, Iran stole! Ah Iran sculpts from plywood! Iran is a fairly wealthy state, with ancient traditions and many higher educational institutions. Iranian students have internships around the world. Why they stole it right away. If Iran was able to pay for the construction of a nuclear power plant, then could it not find a penny to buy the project? Iran is closer to me than China, who steals everything and all. Iran, by the way, is just a good counterbalance to China.
    Another thing is that ours, you yourself know who, can not decide who to be friends with. Thank God the West helped with the choice.
  16. padded jacket
    padded jacket 21 November 2014 15: 50
    +2
    Well done, the Iranians are trying to do something, I hope that they will fly this plane. Moreover, there is already a model smile the only thing left to do is to buy or start production of these aircrafts at home.
    For example, native Yak-130 or such:
    Chinese combat trainer JL-10

    Now Iran has such combat training aircraft of its own production:
    Tazarv

    But how Iranians maintain and repair engines for other planes and helicopters is a mystery to the whole world.
    Many even believe that he established their independent production.
    Indeed, many of his planes and helicopters have been flying since the 70s of the last century and have long worked out their resources.
  17. Viktor Kudinov
    Viktor Kudinov 21 November 2014 16: 02
    0
    If there are complaints, it is necessary to expose, and not be limited to "oohs" that again something was stolen from us. repeat
  18. YGV-97219
    YGV-97219 21 November 2014 16: 57
    0
    “As in the case of other Iranian aviation projects, there are serious doubts about Iran’s ability to bring the project of the Borhan aircraft to something really serial and combat-ready,” the expert concludes.
    That is the conclusion that begs you!
  19. Gagarin
    Gagarin 21 November 2014 18: 16
    +1
    Quote: Giant thought
    It would be easier for Iran to buy a production license from us, we could help with the implementation of the project.


    It seems to me that everything was approximately the same, it was just that not all the subtleties were voiced to us.
  20. clidon
    clidon 21 November 2014 19: 53
    0
    In the Union and after, it was customary to answer this "Similar tasks, give rise to similar technical solutions." )
  21. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 21 November 2014 21: 13
    +1
    It’s already good that the Iranians are trying to design something themselves, eventually work out. In the end, it even took the Lord six days to create the world and a day off after hard labors, albeit joyful ones!
  22. mivail
    mivail 22 November 2014 00: 07
    +4
    Since Iran is our trading partner and, moreover, to some extent an adversary to the United States, it would not hurt us to involve it in cooperation with us, and not just pull dollars from them for our weapons. They also laughed at China quite recently, the Chinese launched a satellite, 200 million got a hernia, and now their "jade hare" is jumping on the moon and our space program for servicing pin.dos is sharpened in order to earn more candy wrappers, which can then be successfully stolen.