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Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Fri Sep 07, 2001 8:31 pm

I really don't understand what's the difference between su-35 and su37 (exept tvc) they look same to me. In USA it would be called su35b for example.
 
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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sat Sep 08, 2001 2:22 am

it is something like f-15 vs 15e - but just in performance

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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sat Sep 08, 2001 4:40 am

The Su-37 has:
- The ability to fly at very low altitudes while automatically following the contour of the ground (like the F-15E/S/I for example).
- New wing. Allows for more fuel capacity.
- A stronger landing gear.
- New electronics and hydraulics.
- Improved communication system, gives the Su-37 computers the ability to directly communicate with other Su-37's, and, potentially, with other a/c that are equipped with similar systems.
- Improved autopilot system.
- Various improvements in avionics and weapon management and guidance systems.

BTW, although the Su-35 (Su-27M) prototypes flying today are not euipped with TVC, they are part of the design. If and when they are going to enter service with any AF, they will be equipped with TVC.

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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sat Sep 08, 2001 7:31 pm

and don't forgeth that su-37 has not alpha limiter unlike su-35 remember the kulbit manouvre or the supercobra
 
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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sun Sep 09, 2001 3:29 am

What about flankers RCS is it stealthy at all.
 
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Sun Sep 09, 2001 3:40 am

Hey people Macedonian goverment bought another
su-25 and because they haven't enaphe pilots they give me a chance to fly .
So I'm in air again free as a bird armed and dangerous.
OK su-25 isn't a foxbat but is a fighter and while the rest of you walking i going to be in some action .
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and expalin to me how to do that.
 
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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sun Sep 09, 2001 3:57 am

Both the Su-35 and Su-37 are significantly stealthier than the Su-27. That is due to the use of special materials in their fuselages. Their radar signature is deffinetely not as small as the F-117's or the F-22's, but it is still an improvement. Especially considering the fact that the Su-37's radar can detect a large a/c from 400km (215nm) away.

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RE: Difference Between Su-35 And Su-37

Sun Sep 09, 2001 7:26 pm

james
there's no information about su-35/37 RCS but su-34 strike flanker has an rcs of about 1sqm because su-35 and su-37 are single seaters i guess that their rcs is about 0.5sqm
 
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LY744

Sun Sep 09, 2001 7:35 pm

alex
where do you get that informetion about terminators radar?
If it is from some link please post it
slobodan
 
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Fireblade

Mon Sep 10, 2001 3:47 am

No, its from a book I have.


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RE: Fireblade

Mon Sep 10, 2001 7:37 pm

what book ,and where could i get it ?
btw in what language it's wrote?
 
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RE: Fireblade

Tue Sep 11, 2001 5:46 am

Hi Slobodan! The book is called "Military Aviation". It is in Russian. It consists of two parts. It was published in 1999 by some publishing house in Minsk, Belorus (couldn't find a website). The book lists all modern military aircraft (fighters, bombers, helicopters, transport a/c, tankers etc.) and missiles. Each a/c gets a few pages dedicated to it, there is a table of data on each a/c, and most have diagrams. Quite frankly, I've found a lot of questionable information in that book, usually when it came to western a/c and technologies. It is a very good guide to modern Russian/Soviet military a/c and technologies, though. I don't know where you can get it, sorry. I'll see if I can find out.
If you want any more info on this book or for any other reason, you can email me (see my profile).

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RE: Fireblade

Tue Sep 11, 2001 7:39 pm

Oh too bad i don't understand russian  Crying
but thanks about your info help
yours
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