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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Jeu 6 Aoû 2009 - 12:04

Les engines du Typhoon c'est qui ? quel moteur ?

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Jeu 6 Aoû 2009 - 12:08

Eurojet EJ200 engines

http://www.eurofighter.com/et_ss_tp_es.asp
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Jeu 6 Aoû 2009 - 12:26

Gracias ombre ! Wink

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Jeu 6 Aoû 2009 - 13:10

bitte gringo
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Jeu 6 Aoû 2009 - 15:29

on parlait aussi d'une version EJ230 de plus de +100/110KN (EJ200 actuel =90KN), proposée également à l'inde pour le programme MMRCA et pour le LCA, les 4 pays du consortuim qui voulait une augmentation de la poussée pour la tranche 3 ont peut être abandonné cette option pour diminuer le cout de la commande T3.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:07

a coté de l ASEA les EF british auront des CFT aussi!

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 18 Aoû 2009 - 23:25

bien que je sois un grand fan du Typhoon j'avoue que ses CFT sont les moins ''réussi'' en terme de design, les CFT du F-16 et du rafale sont mieux dessinés.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 19 Aoû 2009 - 13:33

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.UK. Pushes On Typhoon Upgrades

The United Kingdom hopes to get Eurofighter partners to define and approve another major round of Typhoon upgrades by the second quarter of 2010 to ensure the capabilities start to reach operator hands in 2014.
A big ambition for Britain is to bolster the aircraft’s ground-attack capability. In particular, the Royal Air Force (RAF) wants to bring fielding of the Brimstone missile as far forward as possible within the upgrade cycle, according to the defense ministry’s assistant head of capability theater airspace, Group Capt. Tony Innes.
Fielding the Meteor missile will likely also be an early element of the so-called Future Capabilities Program 2 (FCP2, or alternatively known as Enhancement Program 2), largely because there is buy-in from all four partners. Introducing the capability to fire the Storm Shadow cruise missile from Typhoon will likely be a later element in what is expected to be a phased FCP2 effort.
Britain also remains interested in fielding an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, although the issue is decoupled from both FCP2 and fielding of Meteor. No decision has been made on the right industrial approach to address the interest in replacing the Captor-M radar with an AESA.
The United Kingdom is provisioning its Tranche 3 aircraft to handle an AESA, while other countries are still debating the issue. Whether an AESA would be retrofitted on Tranche 2 aircraft (the first seven are now in RAF hands) also is not settled.
Industry officials have indicated they want to have firm proposals for the AESA and other upgrade programs ready for customers by year’s end.
The RAF Tranche 3 aircraft also are being prepared to use conformal fuel tanks, which are viewed as attractive once new weapons are fielded that would bar the use of external fuel tanks.
For the United Kingdom, capability upgrades are front and center, with the Tranche 3A buy just put on contract potentially being its last purchase. Air Commodore Chris Bushell, the leader of the Typhoon program in the defense ministry, says Britain has reached a contractually agreed cost cap with the buy of 40 fighters in Tranche 3A, meaning the country does not have to take more aircraft even though larger quantities are called for in the umbrella contract for Typhoon. However, Bushell says a decision on buying more could still be made.
Whether the other Eurofighter partners — Germany, Italy and Spain — will contest London’s argument remains unresolved. Workshare has been linked to how many aircraft a country acquires.
Meanwhile, the RAF also is looking to some near-term Typhoon milestones, including the first deployment to the Falkland Islands to take on the quick reaction alert mission there, and the stand up in October 2010 of 6 Squadron at RAF Leuchars, the second main operating base for Typhoon where three squadrons will eventually be based.
Also next year the first parts of FCP1 are to be delivered, which are heavily communications related. A more meaningful upgrade is pending in 2012, when the full integration of the Litening 3 targeting pod should be achieved and the Paveway 4 bomb is fully cleared. Those upgrades are being made to Tranche 2 aircraft and could clear the way for RAF Typhoons to deploy to Afghanistan — Tranche 1 aircraft have a limited air-to-ground capability, but currently it is seen as unlikely the aircraft will deploy into the combat area.
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/gener...oon%20Upgrades




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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 26 Aoû 2009 - 19:06

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DATE:26/08/09
SOURCE:Flight International
UK looks to extend Eurofighter Typhoon's fatigue life
By Andrew Doyle

The UK has begun investigating the feasibility of extending the Eurofighter Typhoon's fatigue life beyond its nominal 6,000 flying hour limit. The move would prolong the availability of the Royal Air Force's early-build aircraft and extend the type's designated out-of-service date beyond 2030.

"We expect it almost certainly to go beyond 2030," says RAF Gp Capt Tony Innes, deputy head theatre airspace capability - air defence. The fatigue life of the RAF's upgraded Panavia Tornado GR4s is 33% higher, at 8,000 flying hours.

The UK Ministry of Defence's Typhoon integrated project team leader, Air Cdre Chris Bushell, says: "We're pushing [the Typhoon's] fatigue life out, and there's a process back to the fatigue test specimen, which we have in the UK.

"It depends where we go on future fast jet numbers, and how we use the aircraft operationally," he adds. "It's something we're constantly reviewing. It's quite complex because we've got a number of different aircraft here at different stages of capability growth and what we're trying to do is eke out all that fatigue life."

The UK has accumulated by far the highest number of flying hours with the Eurofighter, compared with partner nations Germany, Italy and Spain. Although the RAF has the largest fleet, it is also achieving a utilisation rate around double that of the other air forces.

"We are looking at about 30h per month on average for each of our airframes at the frontline, whereas the other nations fly at a maximum of about 15h per month per aircraft," says Bushell. He adds that despite this, "the UK has ordered the least amount of spares".

According to MoD figures, the RAF had reached nearly 25,000 flying hours by the end of 2008, compared with 10,000 or fewer for each of the other three nations. The UK had ordered fewer than 35,000 lines of spares as of February 2009, against just over 50,000 for Germany, almost 45,000 for Italy and around 37,000 for Spain.

The RAF has two operational Typhoon squadrons, plus two training and operational evaluation units based at RAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire. These are equipped with a combined 49 Tranche 1 and seven Tranche 2 Eurofighters. A further three squadrons will be based at RAF Leuchars in Scotland, with these to stand up between October 2010 and October 2012.

RAF Typhoons will make their deployed operational debut later this year, when the type will replace the Tornado F3 in providing air defence services for the Falkland Islands.
The RAF currently has 49 Tranche 1 Typhoons
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 31 Aoû 2009 - 5:20

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 31 Aoû 2009 - 22:37

c'est pas grave! qu'ils nous vendent la tranche 3B s'ils n'en ont pas besoin
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 4 Sep 2009 - 1:36

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 5 Sep 2009 - 0:55

Paris Air Show 1983.

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 5 Sep 2009 - 1:02

1983 affraid
comme quoi il faut du temp pour faire un avion Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 5 Sep 2009 - 17:16

le proto était bi-dérive ! Shocked

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 25 Sep 2009 - 20:01

L'Autriche a réceptionné le dernier des 15 Eurofighter qu'elle avait commandé...

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Eurofighter has delivered the 15th and final aircraft ordered by the Austrian Armed Forces today. The aircraft was rolled out from the EADS Defence & Security Manching assembly line, close to Munich, Germany. The contract for the supply of 15 Eurofighter aircraft, including weapons and equipment, was signed by Austria and Eurofighter GmbH in July 2003. The contracts also covered simulation equipments, personnel training and logistic support. This logistic support system helped the Austrian Air Force to commence operational air policing missions – the prime task the aircraft were ordered for - just 11 months after delivery of the first Eurofighter on 12 July 2007. Since the first Typhoon entered service, the aircraft have flown more than 1,100 flying hours with the Air Surveillance Wing’s home base in Zeltweg...

http://www.defense-aerospace.com/articles-view/release/3/108412/eurofighter-delivers-15th-and-final-eurofighter-to-austria.html
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 25 Sep 2009 - 20:25

des LGB contre Bruno?

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 25 Sep 2009 - 20:42

Tu as vu le film, c'est un film de guerre?
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 25 Sep 2009 - 21:37

missverständnis,je parlais de Bruno der Bär Laughing
http://www.brunoderbaer.de/
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 14 Oct 2009 - 23:06

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DATE:14/10/09
SOURCE:Flight International
Eurojet proposes thrust-vectoring upgrade for Typhoon
By Andrew Doyle

Eurofighter and engine supplier Eurojet are stepping up their efforts to interest Typhoon customer nations in a thrust-vectoring upgrade that promises to bring substantial operational benefits and pay for itself through lifecycle cost reductions.

Equipping the twin-engined Typhoon's EJ200s with thrust vectoring nozzles (TVN) could reduce fuel burn on a typical mission by up to 5%, while increasing available thrust in supersonic cruise by up to 7%, the engine consortium says.

Eurojet partner ITP benchtested a TVN several years ago, and EADS earlier this year equipped its Typhoon cockpit simulator to emulate the performance enhancements offered by the technology.

The industrial partners are now looking for funding to launch a flight-demonstrator programme.

Thrust vectoring could provide a virtual control surface when coupled with the Typhoon's flight-control system, improving survivability, manoeuvrability and the aircraft's ability to carry an asymmetric weapons load. It also reduces trim drag and therefore fuel consumption by "unloading" aerodynamic control surfaces.

"Most operationally significant is the speed that it gives you in supercruise, because obviously the pilots are very keen on low observability at high speed," says Salvador Costa Krämer, Eurofighter product manager for Tranche 3 production, Meteor integration and new business. "Seven per cent more thrust in supercruise is quite a remarkable achievement," he adds.

Eurojet technical director Matt Price says that while thrust vectoring promises operational advantages, "we have to look at lifecycle costs as well. The business that we're in is that we have to hit both those things together."

Thrust vectoring has the potential to extend engine life by reducing operating temperatures at a given power setting. It could also be used to reduce take-off and landing distances and approach speed.

"We know the benefit is there," says Price. "In terms of route to market we need to be able to quantify that and present it in the right way to the customer."

He says that after flying the modified EADS simulator, "some of the pilots have been quite astonished at what the aircraft can do".

The TVN could be retofitted to the existing EJ200 without the need for structural changes to the engine or airframe, says Eurojet
Thrust vectoring EJ200 Eurojet

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 19 Oct 2009 - 21:27

BAE va maintenir l'ensemble des radars et des systèmes DASS pour la flotte de Typhoon
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BAE SYSTEMS SECURES TYPHOON SUPPORT CONTRACT WORTH MORE THAN £400M

BAE Systems has been awarded a five and a half year contract worth more than £400m by Eurofighter GmbH. The new contract will provide support for the radar and defensive aids sub systems (DASS) on the Typhoon fleets for the air forces of Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK.

This will provide a range of services leading to much reduced support costs, improved reliability of equipment and the transfer of risk to industry, traditionally held by the customer.

The new solution was designed with both the operator and budget holder in mind. Customers will see a two-fold benefit as improved product reliability will lead to increased aircraft availability and lower repair costs.

This new contract will achieve a significant element of the UK MOD’s cost reduction targets for Typhoon and will demonstrate a 50% saving on the previous repair contract for the radar and DASS.

It changes the current repair contracting method for Typhoon by placing an incentive on BAE Systems to resolve technical problems more quickly and to continually reduce the volume of repair activity undertaken.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 20 Oct 2009 - 14:23

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Rotating E-Scan Radar May Push Eurofighter Exports



ROME - The new "repositionable" electronically scanned radar being proposed for the Eurofighter could make the difference for the fighter in export markets, its designers have claimed.

The Eurofighter currently flies with the mechanically scanned Captor radar, but the consortium that built the Captor is now pitching an e-scan radar, known as Caesar, to the U.K., Italy, Spain and Germany for its third tranche Eurofighters.

Unlike most e-scans, where radar radiating elements are placed on a fixed panel, the proposed solution for the Eurofighter will rotate.

"We believe the repositionable antenna is the way ahead and this will be approved by the Eurofighter partners," said Bob Mason, marketing and sales vice president for radar and advanced targeting at Selex Galileo. "It will be a differentiator in the export market place when competing against French and U.S. competitors which feature only fixed antennae."

Selex Galileo, EADS and Indra form the Euroradar consortium.

Fixed array e-scans rely on their multiple radiating elements to shift the direction of the radar beam. The Euroradar proposal undertakes beam shifting in the same way, but is set at an angle to the flight path and sits on a revolving gimbal, enlarging the area the beam can cover when it turns.

Officials said at the Paris Air Show this year that the function increases the angle of coverage from about 70 degrees to left or right to over 100 degrees, effectively allowing the radar to see "behind" the aircraft, useful for tracking weapons after delivery.

Mason said the e-scan radar offer to Eurofighter partners had evolved since work on the radar started.

"The Euroradar proposal was initially for a fixed antenna AESA radar with growth to a repositionable antenna," he said.

Mason rebuffed statements by U.S. radar makers that moving dishes dramatically increase maintenance.

"We say that the increase in both air to air and air to ground capability far outweighs any minimal increase in maintenance," he said.

"We would like to get at least a view of a common requirement by year end (from Eurofighter partners). Everyone recognizes the need for AESA radar for export campaigns like India," he said.

"If we get a requirement by year end we can have the radar ready for Tranche 3 Eurofighters but it will be very tight."

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 20 Oct 2009 - 20:09

Radar AESA ''repositionnable'', c'est peut être une bonne idée, mais je ne pense pas que ça générera un avantage très significatif par rapport aux atres AESA ''fixes''. C'est du ''Marketing'', mais c'est ligitime dans un contexte de concurrence acharnée dans le marché international de l'armement, ils baissent pas les bras comme font d'autres Wink eux au moins ils ont inscrit le Typhoon dans une démarche d'amélioration continue...
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 20 Oct 2009 - 22:27

Non exactement Raptor!!Un des principaux problèmes à l'heure actuelle des radars AESA son
précisément son faible angle de vision latérale par rapport aux
radars mécaniques.

Avec cette nouvelle solution, c'est-à-dire, mettre au CAESAR sur un
Gimbal, le consortium Eurofighter atteindrait que son radar eût toutes
les qualités propres des radars AESA et en même temps résoudre un de
ses principaux problèmes intrinsèques.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 20 Oct 2009 - 23:06

c'est une idée de génie alors Cool
Est ce que le radar AESA rotatif est confirmé pour la tranche 3A des 4 pays du consortuim ou c'est seulement proposé à l'export?

même question pour la TVC et l'augmantation de poussée de 20/30% ?
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