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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mer 6 Mai 2009 - 1:41

Sa se tient, mais je pense que au contraire, ils se préparent justement à l'éventualité des US de ne pas leur lacher le Raptor.
Le Japon et la Corée ne lacherons pas le leadership militaire à la Chine pas de cette manière Evil or Very Mad
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 15:27

la proposition de SAAB pour le projet KFX:


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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 16:06

et ben ceux la ils ne desesperent pas de vendre quelqupart quelquechose un jour Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 16:10

leur idée est très simple, le gripen NG étant un bon chasseur léger, ils se disent que c'est une bonne base pour en faire un 5th gen léger. ils un moteur supplementaire, 1/2 soutes d'armement, RCS améliorée et on obtient ce qu'il y a sur les photos plus haut. c'est à dire une sorte de super gripen bimoteur stealthy... pas mal.
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 16:14

oui mais,de la a concretiser la maquette du ouf...je sais pas s´ils le réussiront seuls,LockMart en sait quelquchose
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 16:19

j'ai lu qlqpart que l'armée de l'air suédoise envisage d'avoir son propre projet 5th, c'est peut être une façon d'avoir un financement supplémentaire, on sait tous que l'économie suéoise, bien que très performante, n'a pas les moyens de développer seule un 5th gen.
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Dim 7 Juin 2009 - 16:25

voila,c´est de ca qu´il s´agit,sans aide exterieure,ou self-financement par contrats de Gripen(ce qui manque) ils peuvent rien faire,leur manager a fait encore une sortie mediatique derniere semaine ou il pique encore la norvege pour son choix JSF,ca n´a pas du tout passé ce coup la,et la suede cherche deseperement des marchés..

si seulement la norvege y met la main(petrol) pour cooperer,ils feront bcp ces 2 la,mais bon l´Uncle Sam torpille ce qu´il peut Laughing
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Jeu 11 Juin 2009 - 22:58



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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 0:58

les gens avancent!

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DATE:26/07/10
SOURCE:Flight Daily News
FARNBOROUGH: South Korea signs MoU with Indonesia to develop KF-X
By Siva Govindasamy

South Korea is seeking international partners for its indigenous KF-X programme, which aims to develop a successor to its Northrop F-5s by early next decade.

Seoul signed a signed a memorandum of understanding with Indonesia last week on the KF-X, a move that could lead to Jakarta contributing up to 20% of the development costs. It has also begun negotiations with Turkey, although a deal is further out.

South Korea has a close relationship with both countries and has sold military aircraft to them. It has also bought CN-235s from Indonesian Aerospace.

Government officials from South Korea were also engaging industry at Farnborough, hoping to bring in Western companies as possible partners in the programme.

Boeing, Lockheed Martin and the Eurofighter consortium were involved in initial discussions and could become a development partner, say sources from the various companies. This could be similar to Lockheed's involvement in the Korea Aerospace Industries T-50 advanced jet trainer programme.

KAI is also expected to produce the KF-X fighter at its facilities in Sacheon, and help in the development using its experience with the T-50 and its F/A-50 fighter variant.

The KF-X programme, which was mooted several years ago, envisages the production of around 120 fighters for the South Korean air force. However, the potential cost of around $8 billion has meant that successive South Korean governments have balked at giving it the go-ahead. With other countries joining the programme, it would substantially reduce the cost for Seoul.

For Indonesia, the deal would help revive its moribund military aircraft production industry. It would offer it access to a reasonably advanced fighter programme, and industry sources say that local assembly is a possibility.

The first few prototypes of the KF-X aircraft are expected to be rolled out around 2020, say sources.

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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 15:04

Faut avouer que le KF-X est beau a voir, je sais pas pour vous mais moi je le trouve sublime, avec un camo adéquat il serait juste parfait a exposer Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 17:59

BOOMER a écrit:
Faut avouer que le KF-X est beau a voir, je sais pas pour vous mais moi je le trouve sublime, avec un camo adéquat il serait juste parfait a exposer Smile


Où as tu trouvé la photo du KFX? Tout ce que tu vois y compris les photos que j'ai posté ici ce ne sont que des images ''concept'' et impressions d'artiste, l'avion n'existe pas.
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 23:40

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Faut avouer que le KF-X est beau a voir, je sais pas pour vous mais moi je le trouve sublime, avec un camo adéquat il serait juste parfait a exposer Smile


Où as tu trouvé la photo du KFX? Tout ce que tu vois y compris les photos que j'ai posté ici ce ne sont que des images ''concept'' et impressions d'artiste, l'avion n'existe pas.

alors je parlais de la 1ere photo !! Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mar 27 Juil 2010 - 23:46

Ok je vois, mais sache que cet avion n'existe pas encore, ce sont des ''concepts'' que tu vois  Like a Star @ heaven
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mer 28 Juil 2010 - 0:36

ce sont alors de trés beaux conceptes que je vois Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Mer 30 Oct 2013 - 14:36

enfin apres 5 ans on le voit en designs possibles,je prefere le premier car ca sera plus abordable,un melange F16 & F35

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KAI shows off two designs for KFX fighter

Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) has displayed two conceptual models for the country’s proposed KFX indigenous fighter programme at the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition.

One model represents KAI’s in-house proposal for the programme, while the other represents the ambitions of Seoul’s Agency for Defense Development (ADD).

KAI’s proposal is for a single-engined aircraft based largely on systems developed for the country’s T-50 advanced jet trainer. The company feels that this approach would be more cost effective and draw from its experience with the T-50, which had extensive design input from Lockheed Martin.

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The ADD concept is a twin-engined design and would involve considerably more indigenously-developed content.

Both appear to recognise the challenges involved in building a true stealth aircraft. While each bears a passing resemblance to the low observable Lockheed Martin F-35, particularly in regard to the shaping of the intakes and forward fuselage, neither possesses internal weapons bays.

KAI did not state the powerplant for either aircraft, but one source says that it is likely to require similar power to the Pratt & Whitney F100 or General Electric F110, the engines for the F-16 fighter.

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Industry sources at the show say that KAI has been actively seeking information on a range of equipment that the KFX would need to be a truly capable fighter jet, including its radar, avionics, mission computers, and other systems.

Although this is the first time KAI has displayed such detailed models at the Seoul show, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about the programme.

To a large degree, Seoul is relying on technology transfer stemming from its F-X III acquisition for 60 fighters to develop indigenous manufacturing capabilities for KFX. Given that F-X III is in limbo following Seoul’s decision to re-tender the competition rather than obtain the Boeing F-15 Silent Eagle over the F-35 and Eurofighter Typhoon, any decision on KFX is effectively stalled as well.

Another challenge for the KFX programme is the presence of Indonesia in the effort as a 20% partner. While Jakarta is generally an ally of the West, the US government could be dubious about providing advanced technologies to Jakarta through the KFX programme, which will invariably require a large degree of foreign content.

In the event that Seoul decides to move forward with the programme, the Korean air force is likely to obtain 120 examples, with Jakarta to take 80. KAI also hopes to win other export orders for the aircraft.
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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Jeu 11 Aoû 2016 - 17:32

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Korea to Complete Radar Development for KF-X Jets by 2026


11 Agustus 2016


KFX fighter (image : sbs)


South Korea will complete the development of an advanced radar system to be placed on the country's indigenous fighter jets by 2026 that will greatly boost its air-combat capabilities, the state arms procurement agency said Wednesday.

The state-run Agency for Defense Development has begun the process of developing the active electronically scanned array radars for some 120 KF-X fighter jets that South Korea seeks to develop by the mid-2020s, the Defense Acquisition Program Administration said. It said a meeting with related officials and experts was held at the ADD's headquarters in Daejeon, 164 kilometers south of Seoul.

"We are planning to produce the first prototypes of the AESA radar system by the second half of 2020. Starting in 2021, the radar system will undergo a five-year-long test run after being mounted onto the KF-X jet before its development project is completed in 2026," a DAPA official said.

South Korea plans to build the new planes under the 18 trillion-won ($15 billion) Korean Fighter Experimental project in a bid to replace its aging jet fleet of F-4s and F-5s.



The Korean military decided to develop the AESA radar system on its own as the United States refused to transfer core technologies related to the fighter jet and the advanced radar in April last year.

"Based on our accumulated technologies and know-how, we will develop the most optimal type of an AESA radar system that meets the Korean Air Force's operational requirements within the set time period (of now to 2026)," an arms procurement official said.

AESA is a type of phased array radar whose transmitter and receiver functions are composed of numerous small transmit/receive modules. AESA radars have almost instantaneous scanning rates, making them difficult to jam and allowing the aircraft employing the technology to remain stealthy.

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MessageSujet: Re: Korea Aerospace Industries KFX   Sam 15 Juil 2017 - 16:47

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S. Korea's KF-X Fighter Taking Shape, Final Design due in 2018


15 Juli 2017


KFX C-103 series (image : Daum)


SEOUL, July 13 (Yonhap) -- South Korea will complete the design of its own advanced fighter jet by the first half of next year, with another key task well under way to develop an AESA radar system in the KF-X project, the country's arms procurement agency said Thursday.

South Korea floated a plan in the 2000s to replace the Air Force's aging fleet of F-4 and F-5 jets, and formally launched the 8.8 trillion-won (US$7.7 billion) KF-X program in early 2016. Indonesia is a junior partner, sharing 20 percent of the total cost.

The Defense Acquisition Program Administration (DAPA) aims to round off the aircraft development by 2026 for two years of test operations to follow. It plans to introduce some 120 KF-X fighters.

"We are working on the shape design. It will be done by June 2018," a DAPA official said. "It will be final. There is little chance of a change."

South Korea is also focusing on developing an indigenous AESA radar, a core element for the envisioned 4.5-generation stealth combat jet. AESA stands for active electronically scanned array.

In 2016, the state-run Agency for Defense Development (ADD) signed a contract with Hanwha Thales, a local defense firm later renamed Hanwha Systems, for the manufacturing of the radar. The ADD has a separate deal for assistance from Israel's Elta Systems on testing a prototype.

Hanwha said it has produced the first prototype of the radar meant to demonstrate whether it's able to proceed with the development of a system suitable for KF-X jets.

South Korea is also seeking to purchase major weapon systems for the KF-X aircraft, especially for air-to-air engagement, from the United States or Europe.

The U.S., however, has been reluctant to provide information on some high-profile weapons, officials said.

(Yonhap)


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