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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 10 Déc 2014 - 10:56

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Eurofighter Typhoon completes first live firings of Meteor missile

BAE Systems has completed the first in a series of live firings of the Meteor beyond visual range air-to-air missile from Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft at the UK Ministry of Defence's (MoD) Hebrides firing range in the UK.

Supported by MBDA, Selex, Qinetiq and the MoD, the trials demonstrate the effective operation of the Meteor missile with Typhoon, while expanding the jettison envelope by conducting firings at different altitudes and speeds.

The trials also evaluate the interface of Meteor with the Typhoon weapon system for both pre-launch priming and post-launch datalink functions between the missile and the radar.

BAE Systems Typhoon test pilot Nat Makepeace said: "The aircraft and the weapon performed exactly as expected.

"It's very easy and intuitive to operate, and the trials demonstrated that we can function in an expanded envelope safely and accurately.

"This is a significant step forward for the full integration of the Meteor missile onto the Typhoon aircraft."

The integration of the Meteor into Typhoon is being carried out as part of a contract signed between Eurofighter and Nato Eurofighter and the Tornado Management Agency in June 2013.

The missile would be installed on Typhoon fighters from Germany, Italy, Spain, and the UK.

Additional firing trials are scheduled to be carried out in future to fully expand the launch envelope and weapon system integration that will be completed in 2017.

Meteor is manufactured by MBDA. It is an active radar guided missile designed to provide a multi-shot capability against long-range manoeuvring targets, such as fast jets, small unmanned aerial vehicles and cruise missiles in a heavy electronic countermeasures environment.

The missile is capable of autonomously engaging air targets during day and night, and in all-weather conditions. It is expected to complement the aircraft's existing missile systems, providing pilots with greater choice of weapons during combat.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 16 Déc 2014 - 15:50

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Typhoon tries Brimstone 2 missiles for size

BAE Systems has for the first time installed MBDA Brimstone air-to-surface missiles beneath the wing of a Eurofighter, providing a glimpse of the Typhoon’s future multirole fit for the UK Royal Air Force.

Six Brimstone 2 training rounds were fitted to a single-seat Typhoon at BAE’s Warton site in Lancashire, using a pair of three-missile launchers. The trial marked the conclusion of a £5 million ($7.8 million) feasibility study awarded to BAE earlier this year linked to the precision strike weapon.

“The aircraft was also fitted with two [Raytheon Systems] Paveway IV precision-guided bombs, showing the baseline Phase 3 enhancements air-to-surface configuration,” says BAE. “The trials are helping to pave the way for Brimstone 2 integration for the Royal Air Force by 2018."


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The RAF is now taking delivery of Typhoons in the P1EB operating configuration, which enables the type to deploy the 226kg (500lb)-class Paveway IV.

Enhancing the ground-attack capabilities of the Typhoon is a key requirement for the UK, as it advances towards the retirement of its last Panavia Tornado GR4 strike aircraft in 2019. In addition to gaining the Brimstone 2 and Paveway IV, it will also be able to deploy MBDA’s Storm Shadow cruise missile.

Meanwhile, January will see a test of the RAF’s ability to conduct swing-role operations with the Typhoon, with its Lossiemouth-based 1 Sqn to participate in a Red Flag multinational exercise at Nellis AFB, Nevada. The service will also deploy a Boeing E-3D Sentry airborne warning and control system aircraft from its 8 Sqn and a 5 Sqn-operated Sentinel R1 battlefield reconnaissance aircraft – a special mission derivative of the Bombardier Global Express – to the USA for the activity.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 19 Jan 2015 - 16:19

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ANALYSIS: We check out Eurofighter's P1E upgrade in simulator

In mid-November 2014, Flight International was given the opportunity to visit BAE Systems’ facility at Warton in Lancashire, to be briefed by its Eurofighter Typhoon chief test pilot Mark Bowman and project manager Luke Dickson about the successful introduction and first deliveries to the Royal Air Force under the Phase 1 Enhancement (P1E) programme.

Describing the Eurofighter’s Phase 1 to 4 enhancements (P1E-P4E) process in absolute detail can be complex, as they overlay the Tranche 1, 2 and 3 production standards delivered to the four core partner nations: Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK. They are then divided into phased sub-parts, and have various additional ‘Block’, ‘Drop’ and other further minor upgrade designations within these. Therefore, only the description of P1E-P4E will be used as a reference in this review.


To undergo flight testing this year, the P2E phase will add the Storm Shadow and Meteor missiles to Eurofighter

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While the focus for our visit was on the P1E activity, we also covered BAE’s ongoing P2E programme – with flight testing to be carried out throughout this year – and its plans with regard to the future P3E and P4E phases. Contract signatures regarding the last two of these are expected to be secured in the first quarters of 2015 and 2016, respectively.

The UK Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) of 2010 laid down various capability milestones, including for its Interim Force 2015 and Future Force 2020 requirements. In essence, the Royal Air Force’s Tranche 2 (T2) Typhoons upgraded via P1E will meet the earlier objective, set for 1 April, and T2/T3 aircraft with P2E and P3E enhancements installed will satisfy the latter.

A subsequent P4E standard will take the Typhoon beyond 2020, and towards its out of service date. The latter is broadly planned for 2030, but with aircraft deliveries still continuing, the type’s useful life could easily be extended significantly beyond that point.

The RAF’s T1 fleet number will decline starting from 2016, as the service’s earliest Typhoons head towards an out of service date during 2019. This step will leave the UK with a planned combined total of 107 T2/T3-standard aircraft from that point onwards. The nation’s Panavia Tornado GR4 force also has had its out of service date set for 2019, so its T2 P1E Eurofighters will now start to become the deployable standard. Approximately 26 aircraft upgraded to the new standard had been delivered to the RAF by late last year.

P1E firmly anchors the start of the Typhoon’s upgrade path for the next 15-20 years for the UK, and also defines its planned overlap with the introduction of the RAF and Royal Navy’s Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, and an unmanned Future Combat Aircraft System now being jointly developed with France.

“The platform you have now is the springboard for the future,” says Bowman.


Our evaluation was conducted using BAE's active cockpit rig for the multirole type

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The UK Ministry of Defence is committed to developing Typhoon through the P3E and P4E programmes. Some of these upgrades are UK only, however, in agreement and co-operation with the other three partner nations, those retain the future option to buy in to those parts of the work that might suit their individual needs.

One of the main aspects of the P1E project is the full integration of Raytheon Systems’ Paveway IV 226kg-class (500lb) precision-guided bomb onto the Typhoon. Providing pilots with selectable guidance modes between laser, global positioning system and an inertial measurement unit, plus new electronics for fuzing options and anti-jam modes for the weapon, this allows the aircraft to engage at least four ground targets simultaneously with up to six bombs. The new standard also completes the full integration of Rafael’s Litening laser-designation pod, plus upgrades to the aircraft’s Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS) and its wing pod-mounted Defensive Aids Sub-System (DASS). For other users also to receive the P1E enhancement, it also provides full functionality with the Diehl BGT Defence IRIS-T short-range air-to-air missile.

Now an active programme, the P2E phase will integrate MBDA’s Meteor beyond visual-range air-to-air missile and the same company’s Storm Shadow cruise missile. The subsequent P3E activity will integrate its Brimstone system, with Spear 3 to follow – which is also slated for use with the UK’s F-35Bs.

If contracted as expected, a P3E-standard Typhoon delivered to the RAF in 2018 could be configured with a weapons mix drawn from two short-range ASRAAM missles, four Meteors, two Storm Shadows, six Brimstones (on a pair of triple-round launchers), four Paveway IVs (on two double-store launchers), two external fuel tanks and a targeting pod. This will represent a very powerful multi-role combination.

“A subsequent retrofit of the Euroradar Captor E active electronically scanned array [AESA] will further strengthen Typhoon’s potency,” says BAE. To replace the mechanically-scanned Captor M radar on T3 aircraft, the AESA sensor is also to be offered as a modernisation option for T2 examples. Operational flight testing is expected to start in 2016.

Further ahead, P4E would look to give the Typhoon further capabilities, such as a full stand-off-range reconnaissance capability in extension to that presently provided by the Tornado-carried UTC Raptor pod.

“I am very positive about where we’re going with the aircraft, and the development plan,” says Dickson.

The UK’s next SDSR will occur this year, along with a general election in May. Tension over events in Ukraine and the ongoing chaos in the Middle East mean that there should be a real focus within the review about the capabilities of its Joint Expeditionary Force Concept. Under that construct, the Typhoon must play an essential and pivotal role in providing any Allied Force Commander with the multi-role attack options needed against any potential threat armed with sophisticated and modern weapons.


A central aspect of the P1E project is full integration of Raytheon Systems' Paveway IV

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My evaluation of P1E standard took place using BAE’s active cockpit rig (ACR) for the Eurofighter, and was overseen by Steve Nuttall, one of the company’s senior Typhoon cockpit engineers.

The ACR is BAE’s simulator tool for Typhoon Mission System cockpit, software and display development. The fixed-base device sits within a semi-hemispherical dome visual system and its indicated performance replicates the real aircraft. Flight Control System development work takes place inside another engineering simulator at Warton.

Because of International Trade in Armament Regulations restrictions, I was only able to evaluate an unclassified version of P1E. However, the simulator evaluation would still grant me the ability to realistically answer two test objectives: how effectively can the Typhoon, with a P1E baseline, fight within a simultaneous air-to-air and an air-to-ground scenario, and how easily can it ‘swing’ between these roles?

Replicated in the simulator, the Typhoon’s cockpit is wide, roomy and uncluttered. The hands on throttle and stick (HOTAS) controls are easy to manipulate, and group 12 switches on the throttle – primarily for weapons and sensor control – and 10 on the stick, mainly for aircraft control and weapons release. The head-up display (HUD) has a field of view of over 40˚, and is the widest HUD I have ever evaluated. Directly below it is the ‘eye-level’ Multifunctional Information Distribution System datalink message display and control panel, and below that, the indications for the aircraft’s two Eurojet EJ200 turbofan engines. The three principal head-down display screens are all 6 x 6” in size and each has sets of large, multi-mode push buttons along the screen base and sides. To the left hand side of the glareshield is the main data entry panel, and below that, the weapons control panel.

In the air-to-air mode, the left-hand side screen is typically used as a B-scope, showing a fused sensor picture, including radar, MIDS and infrared search and track (IRST) information in azimuth. The right-hand screen shows the air picture in elevation, while the central one acts as a tactical (real world) map.

I was highly impressed by the ease and rapidity with which targets could be identified individually after each had been broken out from within a group of even eight or more targets, and then assessed in terms of range and altitude and sorted in terms of hostile/unknown/friendly classification, placed in descending threat priority and then engaged in sequence. A stick-mounted mode button allows for instant toggling between radar-homing medium- and infrared-homing short-range air-to-air missiles and gun.

The HUD symbology (fast jet format) was very well mechanised, easy to scan and also easy to interpret, with the aircraft’s own flight and energy indications grouped primarily to the left and information on targets primarily grouped to the right. The display shows symbology of when the target is within missile capability range (aided by a ‘growl’ for infrared missile lock) and accompanied by HUD indications of ‘SHOOT’.

The Eurofighter’s IRST system is also seamlessly coupled to the radar to increase detection capability, and displayed against the target symbols for situational awareness as to which sensor (or both) had detection. I found the direct voice input function to be another superb piece of man machine interface. It takes some initial getting used to in terms of spoken format, but once mastered it is a very real combat aid for a pilot.

My only regret in the air-to-air mode was that the aircraft does not have an integral nose-mounted electro-optical sensor to complement the IRST for stealthy long-range visual target identification. BAE notes, however, that the system can be used in this context when a laser designation pod is fitted.

Engaging up to eight target aircraft was as simple as pulling the air-to-air trigger as many times. The Typhoon made the complex geometry of high/low/widely split air-to-air missile combat and the engagement of multiple, simultaneous targets, seem a very simple task indeed.

During the air-to-air scenarios, a further of the Eurofighter’s advantages was constantly evident; the aircraft has simply staggering levels of performance in terms of excess energy. For example, at around 5,000ft, at mid fuel weight, external combat fuel tanks and eight missiles, in full reheat at 530kt (980km/h) indicated air speed, with full back stick sustaining 9g in a level turn, the aircraft was still accelerating at approximately 2-3kt/sec.

In the air-to-ground mode, the left-hand screen is retained as an air-to-air picture, the middle screen as a tactical ground situational display with planned route and planned target map and the right-hand screen as the targeting and laser designation pod image, or swapped to/from the DASS display if required. The principal weapon type was the Paveway IV, with a typical ballistic launch envelope of the aircraft at around 20,000ft and 500kt. The Litening pod was also easy to manipulate to change the designation of the precise impact point at the target, and the display had superb image resolution. The pod was normally coupled to the radar, but could be decoupled to operate independently.

The HUD showed a rectangular ‘kill box’ when the selected weapon had the required probability of kill and a visual indication of ‘PICKLE’. I found the presentation of weapon combinations on the multiple mode keys – for target number, sequence, guidance modes, bombs per target etc – and the selection changes that needed to be made in case the target priorities changed prior to a planned attack on the left hand glareshield was not immediately intuitive, as I had never sat in a Typhoon cockpit before. However, once programmed it was then shown to be simple to engage up to four ground targets with up to six bombs using various guidance methods and effect options for each individual weapon.

Whenever required, given the air situation, with one push of a stick-mounted HOTAS key, the Typhoon was instantly reconfigured back into the air-to-air mode, and ready to engage airborne threats. This shows that the aircraft processes extreme lethality in either role.

The final part of the evaluation involved wearing the Striker 1 helmet-mounted display (HMD) system, which is planned to be superseded by the enhanced Striker 2. The combat advantages and increase in situational awareness that this level of advanced HMD bring to a pilot are truly revolutionary – so much so that it is hard to express the combat potential that it represents for the future of combat aircraft.

By wearing an HMD, a pilot is completely freed from using the cockpit displays, both head up and head down, and puts air and ground targets into their real spatial orientation, along with all the information linked to them. The technology also brings the ability to cue air-to-air and air-to-surface weapons off-boresight, simply by looking at a target. At the same time, it also allows an operator to retain full flight awareness.

Add to this mix future developments to the HMD such as colour symbology, 3D helmet audio, eye scan technology and improvements in direct voice input, then this display technology will be one of the key elements in not only the Typhoon’s own future combat effectiveness, but also when it is being flown within and controlling future mixed fleets of manned and unmanned combat aircraft.

My short simulator sessions easily answered my two set objectives. Anchored by P1E, the Eurofighter’s pending AESA radar, the Striker 2 HMD and the aircraft’s massive inherent energy performance, the Typhoon is now focused properly on its planned upgrade path to marry unmatched lethality in both the air-to-ground and air-to-air roles. Additionally, the Tranche 2 and 3 models can now ‘swing’ between either combat role and back again with the push of one HOTAS button, and be ready to fight instantly in that advanced configuration.

The P1E package properly baselines the Typhoon to fully realise its undoubted combat potential. The RAF is now fielding a true multi-role aircraft that can face any threat out to 2030 or beyond.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 16 Fév 2015 - 13:35

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BAE faces hit from currency swings
The defence giant will post a 10pc fall in annual earnings following a recent surge in the strength of the pound


BAE Systems is tipped to unveil a 10pc fall in annual earnings this week after a big hit from currency swings in its overseas markets.

The FTSE-100 defence giant posts full-year results on Thursday and the City is expecting underlying earnings of about £1.7bn, following a recent surge in the strength of the pound.

BAE is also expected to post a drop in sales for 2014, falling more than £1bn to just under £17bn. The previous year’s earnings were boosted after it finally agreed a price increase on a deal it secured in 2005 to sell 72 Typhoon jet fighters to Saudi Arabia.

However, analysts are hopeful that the company, which has endured the effects of years of falling defence spending, may soon regain its poise as the US re-examines its military budget.

Earlier this month Barack Obama proposed a military budget up 8pc on the previous year and BAE might benefit from this, with the US Department of Defence (DoD) making up a quarter of the group’s revenue.



Redburn analyst Jeremy Bragg said: “As evidenced in the president’s Budget Request, there’s an increasing desire for US defence budgets to grow and, following several years of austerity, for the DoD to recapitalise its equipment base.”

However, political horse-trading means an increase of 2pc or 3pc is likely, he added.

Analysts are also watching for the outcome of the general election in the UK, which could deal a huge blow to BAE’s submarine business. A result that sees the Scottish National Party – which wants to scrap Britain’s nuclear deterrent – doing a deal with Labour to establish a coalition, could kill plans to replace the navy’s missile submarines, which are built by BAE.

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 27 Fév 2015 - 12:58

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Eurofighter gets close-air support boost with P3E deal

The four Eurofighter programme nations have signed a roughly €200 million ($224 million) contract for a Phase 3 capability enhancement (P3E) package, intended to strengthen the type’s multi-role credentials.

Although signed on the behalf of Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK, one of the main elements of the work will be the full integration of the MBDA Brimstone 2 air-to-surface missile for the latter’s Royal Air Force. This activity will be worth £72 million ($111 million) to Eurofighter partner company BAE Systems, which completed a feasibility trial linked to the enhancement late last year.

“The Brimstone 2 close air support weapon will further enhance Typhoon’s effectiveness, enabling it to deploy the precision-guided weapon against high-speed, manoeuvring surface targets with low collateral damage,” the UK Ministry of Defence says.

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Other elements of the P3E package include avionics upgrades, improvements to the Eurofighter’s mission system and maintenance equipment and capability enhancements related to its use of other weapons. These include MBDA’s Meteor beyond visual-range air-to-air missile and standoff-range Storm Shadow cruise missile.

Full integration of the Brimstone 2 will enable the Typhoon to carry six of the weapons, which will be integrated using a pair of three-round launchers. The P3E standard is scheduled for delivery during 2017, with the upgrade “expected to be delivered into RAF service in late 2018,” the MoD says.

“Support for the contract will come from all four core nations, and the enhancement package will benefit all who use it,” says Eurofighter chief executive Alberto Gutierrez.

The Eurofighter consortium, which signed the P3E contract with the nations via the NATO Eurofighter and Tornado Management Agency at the IDEX show in Abu Dhabi on 22 March, says definition phase work is already under way for the programme’s subsequent Phase 4 capability enhancement effort.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 12 Mai 2015 - 18:56

Any infos about EF2000 and its capacity in SEAD/DEAD missions (any experiences?: Decisive storm,libya..)
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 12 Mai 2015 - 20:49

non pas son task mais n´empeche qu´il avait comme missile dedié l´Alarm s´il n´est pas deja retiré

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 12 Mai 2015 - 23:27

Harm aussi sur les versions DEU IT ESP je crois
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 12 Mai 2015 - 23:30

Si c'est pas son task, meme pour air-sol et attack maritime
Pourquoi on lui nomme toujours multi role fighter, en faites qu'est ce que ce fighter peut faire mieux qu'un Rafale ??
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mar 12 Mai 2015 - 23:55

parler 4 langues
les anti-radar ne sont pas tres apprecies chez tout les pays y´en a qui ont remis ca en question,comme la france avec le Martel ou cet Alarm en UK,les allemands et italiens apres Tornados(et pas EF) n´auront plus cette capacité.mtn ils croient tous a la "furtivité"..on leur souhaite bonne chance

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 0:05

Crois moi je peux parler 6 langues Razz (ar-fr-en-ru-it-ukr)
Pour un pays hors-OTAN, est ce que un EF peut tres bien faire un boulot d'un multi-role fighter
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 0:09

Couplé au spectra, l'aasm à donne de bons résultats sur une batterie AA lybienne. Mais effectivement, depuis le retrait du Martel, plus de missile dédié DEAD chez l'ada
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 0:10

ca depend du pays,pour le KSA allié du UK oui ils le remplissent d´options,ca pourrait leur reussir.
pour un autre pays faut voir si restriction ou pas y´en aura..

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 0:19

Je suis tres chanceux que tu es interessé par ce topic , j'ai plein de questions sur ce canard
P.S: no setchas ya idou spat tak spakwina notche
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 0:29

PGM a écrit:
Couplé au spectra,  l'aasm à donne de bons résultats sur une batterie AA lybienne. Mais effectivement, depuis le retrait du Martel,  plus de missile dédié DEAD chez l'ada
le volet DEAD l´emporte plus sur le SEAD et le AASM est bien fait pour ca surtout avec son standoff
il etait aussi question une fois de concevoir un AASM-ARM mais je crois ca a ete laissé tomber

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 13:45

Yakuza a écrit:
ca depend du pays,pour le KSA allié du UK oui ils le remplissent d´options,ca pourrait leur reussir.
pour un autre pays faut voir si restriction ou pas y´en aura..

p.s:dobre wetcha

On prend l'algerie,
si par exemple dans leur deal avec les allemends , et a la place des *Mercedes* qui couttent 10B$ Laughing ils ont choisi EF2000 , iris et meteor comme armement air air , a quelles restrictions ils peuvent faire face?
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 13 Mai 2015 - 15:06

cette evenutalité n´a/aura pas lieux mon ami donc inutile d´en parler.
la rumeur du typhoon pour alger date de 2011/12 et comme a l´epoque je repete,ca ne restera que rumeur.
y´a 2 pays participants qui sont contre et ce sont l´espagne et Deutschland,si t´as ca donc pas la peine de discutter encore de meteor iris..

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 5 Juin 2015 - 16:31

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Lanceur commun pour l’Eurofighter!




Le ministère britannique de la Défense a fourni une enveloppe de 1,7 millions de livres sterling pour le financement d'un lanceur d'arme commun pour les « Typhoon ». Ce futur système doit permettre de transporter plusieurs armes sur un point de fixation de l'aéronef.

Le développement d’une solution de lancement d'armes commune pourrait améliorer considérablement la capacité du « Typhoon » en matière de simplification d’emport d’armes diverses. Chaque lanceur pourrait être capable de transporter jusqu'à trois armes, en fournissant une grande souplesse pour l’opérateur.

Le futur lanceur d’arme commune doit permettre de porter ,des systèmes différents  comme le missile Brimstone 2, la bombe guidée Paveway IV par exemple et ceci en phase avec les récentes améliorations de capacité  d’emport et l’intégration du radar AESA Captor E-Scan.


Photo: Airbus Eurofighter Typhoon II @ BAE

http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2015/06/04/lanceur-commun-pour-l-eurofighter-859025.html  
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Mer 15 Juil 2015 - 17:18

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Testing of mod kit that improves Eurofighter’s maneuverability completed




Airbus Defence and Space has successfully completed flight-testing of a package of aerodynamic upgrades to the Eurofighter Typhoon swing-role fighter that promises to enhance further the aircraft’s agility and weapons-carrying ability.

The Aerodynamic Modification Kit (AMK) is part of a wider Eurofighter Enhanced Manoeuvrability (EFEM) programme with the potential to help ensure the type’s continuing superiority for many years to come.

It entails primarily the addition of fuselage strakes and leading-edge root extensions, which increase the maximum lift created by the wing by 25% - resulting in an increased turn rate, tighter turning radius, and improved nose-pointing ability at low speed – all critical fighter capabilities in air-to-air combat.

The introduction of the AMK will not only enhance the Eurofighter’s current capability as a swing-role fighter-bomber, but will provide additional growth potential, enabling easier integration of future air–to-surface configurations and much more flexible applications, vastly enhancing the aircraft’s mission effectiveness in the air-to-surface role.

Eurofighter Project Pilot Germany Raffaele Beltrame said: “This programme has been a tremendous success with very impressive results – in some areas even better than we expected.

“We saw angle of attack values around 45% greater than on the standard aircraft, and roll rates up to 100% higher, all leading to increased agility. The handling qualities appeared to be markedly improved, providing more manoeuvrability, agility and precision while performing tasks representative of in-service operations. And it is extremely interesting to consider the potential benefits in the air-to-surface configuration thanks to the increased variety and flexibility of stores that can be carried.

“It´s right to say that the EFEM/AMK work has allowed us to discover a new aircraft with much higher performance and greater potential to meet the challenges of the years ahead.”

The flight trials followed some five years of studies. Eurofighter test pilots, joined in the latter stages by operational pilots from Germany, Italy and the UK, completed 36 sorties from Manching, Germany on the IPA7 Instrumented Production Aircraft.

The attached photo shows IPA7 during the trials. Photographer: Andreas Zeitler, Airbus Defence and Space.
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 18 Juil 2015 - 22:49

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300’000 heures pour l’Eurofighter !



L’Eurofighter « Typhoon II » a maintenant atteint les 300 000 heures de vol depuis l'entrée en service de celui-ci. La flotte d’Airbus Eurofighter comprend 438 appareils livrés (571 commandés).

Alberto Gutierrez, chef de la direction l'Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH, a déclaré: « Ce jour marque une autre étape importante pour l'Eurofighter « Typhoon. II) », "À l'heure actuelle dans les États baltes, l'Eurofighter honore la protection en Europe avec le Royaume-Uni, l’Espagne, l’Allemagne et l'Italie et nous allons continuer à assurer que le «  Typhoon » puisse être prêt et disponible pour toutes missions."


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La première tranche de 5’000 heures de vol a été atteinte en novembre 2005, puis les 10’000 heures en août 2006, les 20.000 en mai 2007. En août 2008, la flotte d’Eurofighter « Typhhon II »  a dépassé le seuil des 50.000 heures et les 100.000 heures de vol ont été atteintes en janvier 2011.


Photos: 1 300’00 heures de vol 2 Typhoon de la RAF @ Airbus DS

http://psk.blog.24heures.ch/archive/2015/07/18/300-000-heures-pour-l-eurofighter-859330.html
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Lun 20 Juil 2015 - 19:41

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Essais au sol pour le Storm Shadow de l'Eurofighter


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Publié le 20/07/2015 à 13h00, par Justine BOQUET


Les essais au sol pour les Storm Shadow qui équipent l'Eurofighter Typhoon ont été effectués. Les essais en vol devraient avoir lieu plus tard dans
l'année. © Eurofighter Typhoon



Une première série de tests de compatibilité électromagnétique au sol ont été effectués à Turin (Italie) et à Warton (Grande-Bretagne) pour les Storm Shadow, préfigurant les futurs essais en vol de l'Eurofighter Typhoon équipé de ce missile de croisière. L'appareil commencera ces essais au Royaume-Uni avant la fin de l'année.

Ces premiers tests au sol ont évalué la compatibilité électromagnétique (ECM) de l'Instrumented Production Aircraft 2 (IPA2) italien et du Typhoon BS111 britannique, désormais équipés de deux missiles de croisière Storm Shadow. Les tests ECM permettent de vérifier le bon fonctionnement des systèmes électriques à bord de l'appareil comme des missiles. Seconde étape, les missiles ont ensuite été préparés pour le vol. Une série de points de repérage laser ont été positionnés. Cette phase permettra aux ingénieurs de vérifier la trajectoire du missile après largage depuis l'avion.

Le programme visant à intégrer le missile Storm Shadow sur l'Eurofighter Typhoon est dirigé par l'entreprise italienne Finmeccanica. Appuyée par des ingénieurs MBDA, elle dirigera également les essais en vol qui recevront alors le soutien de BAE Systems. Ils seront inspirés des précédents essais ayant eu lieu en Italie l'année dernière. Le lancement du Storm Shadow depuis un Typhoon avait, à l'époque, été un succès. Cette fois le missile sera lancé depuis l'IPA2. Le but étant de recueillir des données sur la séparation du projectile et de vérifier sa séquence de libération.

Le missile de croisière, éprouvé au combat, de MBDA équipe déjà l'armée de l'air italienne et les Tornados de la Royal Air Force. Arme conventionnelle, elle bénéficie d'une longue portée et d'une précision remarquable. Le Storm Shadow possède la capacité de pouvoir être tiré même dans des conditions météorologiques et zones difficiles, ainsi que des infrastructures tels que les ports, les bunkers, les centres de contrôle, les aérodromes, qui nécessitaient auparavant plusieurs missions et plusieurs aéronefs.

http://www.air-cosmos.com/essais-au-sol-pour-le-storm-shadow-de-l-eurofighter-39732
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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Ven 11 Sep 2015 - 20:07

Pour Rafi : le Koweït achete le ef2000.


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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 12 Sep 2015 - 2:07

charly a écrit:
Pour Rafi : le Koweït achete le ef2000.


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une grosse connerie l'ef le rafi est a prix egale et il n'y a pas de probleme

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 12 Sep 2015 - 9:40

Avec rafi, je ne voulais pas dire rafale, mais c était un message pour Rafi, qui doit toujours suivre ce forum Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: EF2000 Typhoon   Sam 12 Sep 2015 - 12:51

Si il font un mélange de F18 et de Typhoon ,nul doute qu'il vont priviligier le typhoon en air air et le F18 en air sol...
Je trouve cela bizarre mais bon...
meme le f18 pourra remplir la tâche seul...
Mais le mieux c'est le rafale qui lui aurait rempli les 2 avec brio....
Bon d'accord reponse partisane....
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