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Le prototype T50-5P a été déployé récemment en Syrie .. pour une nouvelle série de tests jugés réussis par les russe
Oui ils ont un joli camouflage ,beige et marron, je crois, pour faire face aux F35 israélien.
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 03/11/2020 14:28 | Antony Angrand

Un premier Su-57 de série réceptionné en décembre 2020



Le ministère russe de la défense réceptionnera son premier Su-57 de série en décembre de cette année, puis quatre autres Su-57 en 2021, avant de passer au Su-57 motorisé par le turboréacteur "étape 2" en 2022. La cadence de livraison sera à son maximum de 15 avions par an.


Un premier appareil de série en décembre

Le ministère russe de la Défense recevra le premier chasseur su-57 de cinquième génération produit en série en décembre. « Le ministère de la Défense obtiendra le premier Su-57 produit en série avec le moteur première étape en décembre de cette année et quatre autres avions de ce type en 2021 », a déclaré une source anonyme. Le taux de livraison du Su-57 sera poussé à 15 avions par an, au maximum. 76 Su-57 devraient ainsi être livrés jusqu’en 2028, d'après le contrat signé en 2019.

Turboréacteur izdeliye 30 étape 2

Les livraisons de chasseurs Su-57 avec le moteur deuxième étape devraient commencer en 2022. Le Su-57 a pris le ciel pour la première fois le 29 Janvier 2010. Par rapport à ses prédécesseurs, le Su-57 combine les fonctions d’un avion d’attaque et d’un avion de chasse tandis que l’utilisation de matériaux composites et de technologies d’innovation et la configuration aérodynamique du chasseur assurent le faible niveau de radar et de signature infrarouge. L’armement de l’avion comprendra notamment des missiles hypersoniques. Le Su-57 a notamment été testé avec succès dans des conditions de combat en Syrie.

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Russia's Su-57 Heavy Fighter Bomber: Is It Really a Fifth-Generation Aircraft?



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The Su-57 aircraft has been in development since 2002 and is considered a key part of Russia's arms export industry as a fifth-generation fighter to compete with rival systems such as America's F-35 aircraft. The jet made its first flight approximately ten years ago, yet the widely advertised system has not yet been incorporated into the Russian military or any foreign militaries despite Russian promises to the contrary. There have been a series of recent test flights of the aircraft, including the deployment of a handful of prototypes to Syria in 2018 and 2019. Apparently the jets did not conduct any live firing or strike missions, while the Kremlin has claimed otherwise without offering evidence. Furthermore, development challenges and recent crashes have continued to delay the advanced fighter bomber's initial operational capability (IOC) until the mid-2020s at the earliest. The head of the Sukhoi Aviation, which develops the Su-57, resigned earlier this year because of development delays, including the December 2019 crash of the first “operational” Su-57 aircraft during a test flight.

The RAND Corporation, a nonprofit research organization, has assembled and analyzed open-source information on Russian arms sales around the globe at the request of the U.S. government to support foreign assistance training and awareness. One of the repeated findings from the analysis is the variety of challenges and setbacks that the Russian Su-57 jet has experienced, decreasing the likelihood of Russia exporting the aircraft before the mid-2020s.

A primary challenge is the development of the jet's second-generation engine. Though designed to incorporate the second-generation Izdeliye 30 engine, current prototypes have been outfitted with an older engine. According to a former aircraft engineer for Sukhoi who later became an independent aviation expert, the 76 “operational” models that the Russian Federation Air Force is expected to receive during the 2020s will not have the intended second-generation engine. It remains unclear when the second-generation engine will be completed. Aside from the advanced engine, the Su-57 is touted as having an all azimuth, a.k.a. 360 degree sensing capacity similar to the F-35. After all, what makes a fifth-generation fighter bomber is not just its low observable (LO) features but also the advanced all azimuth sensor suite. At the present time, only the F-35 has both of these features and is in mass production.

Successful development of these very advanced avionics has and will continue to be a major challenge for the Russian A&D industries. The Russian Federation's A&D industries have a legacy of unsuccessful attempts to absorb the full fruits of the post–Cold War revolution in information technology. This has been further exacerbated by Western sanctions and the divorce of Russian and Ukrainian A&D industries in this regard. Since the Crimea crisis that began in the winter of 2014, the Russian political military leadership has talked the talk about the renationalization and reform of the Russian A&D sector, but results have been modest at best.

A major part of the problem flows from the way the Russian A&D sector is financed. The big conglomerates must borrow from the Russian banking sector to finance the development of the next generation of high-technology combat vehicles, such as the Su-57 fighter bomber. These conglomerates have repeatedly gone into debt to the Russian banks after major weapon development programs have run into difficulties. From time to time the Putin regime has had to “bail-out” these industries, especially since overall defense spending has been tied to income generated by the export of oil and natural gas. That income stream was constricted during the 2015 Saudi-initiated market share war with the introduction of North American fracking energy industries. Recovery from that period of relative defense spending austerity was severely set back by the recent decline of the Russian economy that has been damaged due to drops in oil and gas prices prompted by the global economic shocks caused by the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Not surprisingly, the Russian government has sustained a robust pitch to sell its current-generation combat vehicles and gain financial support through various advanced weapon co-development projects. The marketing and co-development of the Su-57 has been a poster child of this phenomenon. India was the one country that had previously expressed interest in purchasing the aircraft and had entered into a joint development program with Russia in 2007. By 2018, however, India pulled out of the program due to continued delays in development, most notably the failure to develop a second-generation engine, as well as disagreements over the transfer of technology.

Though Russia has continued to court India, the Modi government announced plans to develop its own fifth-generation aircraft, demonstrating that it had no plans to purchase the Su-57. India has indicated that it plans to develop its engines based on French, British, and American models, given that Russia lags behind in engine technologies. This is not to say the Indian market for advanced combat vehicles and weapons has dried up for the Russians. Recently, the Russians were able to sell a relatively small number of Su-30 MKIs and MiG-29s to India, a sale prompted by the summer's violent border clashes between India and China.

Russia has continued to look for other Su-57 markets or co-development partners. These include China, Turkey, Vietnam, and Algeria. At the present time, these overtures have been unsuccessful. In December 2019, there were various reports indicating that Algeria had signed a contract for 12 Su-57 jets, which would make Algeria the first export customer. Several sources, however, have expressed skepticism about whether the deal will occur. One reason is that given how far behind Sukhoi is in delivering Su-57s to the Russian military, Russia will likely struggle to meet the 2025 deadline for Algeria. Another reason is that Algerian law requires imported military aircraft to first be flight-tested in the country, which according to Tom Cooper, an expert on Russian warplanes, is something the Russians would never allow.

Despite continued Russian efforts to sell the aircraft, it is unlikely that a fully developed and full production–ready Su-57 will be available for sale before the late 2020s. Even fully developed, the Su-57 will likely have attributes of another modernized fourth-generation heavy fighter bomber, the F-15EX, lacking in the LO features of the F-35 but having an all azimuth sensing capacity of that fifth-generation combat aircraft.

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Ce texte veux tout dire..donc les photos que j'ai posté n'était pas un Fake, avec le cammo désert.. Tant mieux et je souhaite que l'AAF va en avoir, et donc il y aura soit du F15X ou F35 pour nous 😎

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Question si le matériel russe serait au main de Tsahal le résultat aurait été le même ?

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Question si le matériel russe serait au main de Tsahal le résultat aurait été le même ?
Tsahal fait toujours des modifications at home très pointue.
n'empêche si ça vient a être confirmer sa constiturai un réel gap technologique pour L'AAF
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Russia Is Using Augmented Reality To Produce Its Su-57 Fighter

Increasingly high-tech manufacturing methods are being used as the production of the Su-57 Felon ramps up.



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Vdeo has recently emerged showing workers on the production line for Russia’s Su-57 Felon new-generation fighter using augmented reality to assist with the assembly of the aircraft. While it is unclear whether the technology is already in use, or whether it’s still in development, it shows a hitherto unseen level of sophistication in the manufacturing process for the Felon.

The two videos are dated March 24, 2020, but were posted to YouTube today and brought to our attention by The Dead District blog. They reveal how the Su-57 fighter jet assembly line at the United Aircraft Corporation’s Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aviation Plant, or KnAAZ, in Russia’s Far East region looks when viewed through an augmented reality (AR) compliant headset. AR technology provides an interactive experience of a real-world environment, with computer-generated perceptual information overlaid, providing the user with a combination of virtual and real objects.

In this scenario, the AR appears to work using QR codes attached to various major Su-57 assemblies that are then scanned by the technician. This in turn calls up the appropriate AR algorithm that overlays digitally generated imagery of the various subassemblies and components, showing the worker where the different parts go. Employing QR codes in this way is not new — indeed, they were first used to facilitate the production process in the automotive industry in Japan, back in the mid-1990s.

In the video seen directly below, for instance, we see an AR version of the Su-57’s main undercarriage overlaid on the appropriate real-world section of the center fuselage “barrel”. Also included are virtual cables and connectors, and the various internal rivets and attachment points, indicating where each item needs to be installed. An AR-created touchscreen menu allows the user to select different options, presumably to guide them through different stages of the complex production process, well as safety advice and other pertinent information.



A similar, albeit non-AR approach is used in the production of the U.S.-made F-35 Lightning II, in which an array of projectors shows technicians where to place screws and other fittings, in a process that you can watch here. Ultimately, both Russian and U.S. methods help ensure that the stealthy jets being built are finished to the highest possible standards. While it might not be such a big deal for a more conventional plane, mis-tapping a hole for a screw, or installing a screw or other fitting in the wrong hole, or slightly off-center, threatens to leave the surface of the aircraft not perfectly flush, in the process diminishing its low-observable characteristics. The War Zone has talked previously about these vital aspects of quality control, and the related assembly-line infrastructure, in this article.

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The second pre-production Su-57 takes shape on the production line at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aviation Plant.

In one part of the video, we also see the user interface, in the form of a visor-style headset, rather than the truly lightweight eyewear that is also now available in the AR realm. However, since production-line workers are often used to wearing some kind of goggles or safety glasses, then adding another layer of eyewear of this kind should not be a major inconvenience. The result should also bring the production line closer to a paperless working environment, with a reduced requirement for traditional instruction manuals and blueprints. While the video shows the visual aspect of this AR system, there is no reason why it couldn’t also provide the user synchronized auditory inputs, too.

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The visor-style headset used to present augmented reality imagery.

It’s also worth noting that the way the videos have been made has resulted in some loss of accuracy in the way the virtual imagery is superimposed over the real-world environment. According to this explanation, this is due to the mismatch in calibration between the video camera relative to the projection display of the glasses. This is apparent, for example, in the sequence showing virtual rivets misaligned compared to their real-world locations.

The same source contends that the videos likely show part of the “debugging of the assembly line” for the Su-57, noting that it was reported earlier this year that the line had been optimized to improve efficiency, “including the transfer of the alignment and delivery area from another workshop to the assembly workshop.” This suggests that the AR technologies seen here were perhaps used during this reconfiguration of the production line and are not necessarily a routine part of the assembly process.

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A still from the video showing the purported mismatch in calibration, leaving the virtual rivets wrongly aligned.

Nevertheless, the videos show the potential for using AR as a fundamental part of the assembly process. This would potentially result in more efficiency and greater productivity, helping to highlight any potential material defects, and streamline handling, for example. It would also be a valuable tool for teaching new employees. Returning to the F-35 program, it’s a telling fact that a lot of the early production work had to be done by hand, in the absence of robotic systems that provided the required level of precision. Lockheed Martin and its partners have since developed all-new robotic manufacturing systems to help speed up F-35 production, and the Russian AR technology may have similar goals as the United Aircraft Corporation works towards an increased production tempo for the Felon.



Production of the Su-57 at the KnAAZ plant dates back a long time, with Sukhoi receiving a contract from the Russian Ministry of Defense for construction and tests of the original T-50 prototypes back in 2003.

After the first five prototypes, the airframe design was reworked to increase its strength, and another batch of five was then completed to a modified design, the first of these, T-50-6-2, flying for the first time in 2016.

The first pre-production Su-57 was not completed until December 2019 and, but crashed later that month, on delivery to the Russian Aerospace Forces, or VKS, an event you can read about in this previous article. The second pre-production aircraft was completed in October 2020 and will become the first example handed over to the Russian military.

As it stands, only 76 Su-57s are under contract for the VKS, under an order announced by President Vladimir Putin in May 2019. These aircraft are in addition to the pre-production airframes and are expected to be handed over from 2021.



After an earlier proposal to co-produce the Su-57 with India fell through, there have been some efforts to pitch the fighter to other potential export customers, including Turkey. Other nations that have been suggested as possible future Felon operators include Algeria, Egypt, and Vietnam, all traditional purchasers of Russian defense equipment, although, to date, there have been no further orders.

Beyond that, work is underway on an improved Felon, likely to be designated Su-57M, which will feature the definitive Izdeliye 30 engines that will offer more power and increased reliability. Orders beyond the initial 76 jets for the VKS are likely to encompass this version, which could enter series production around 2024.

Despite currently just a fairly token quantity of Su-57s under contract, there seems to be no reason why the same AR technology couldn’t be adapted to aid Russia’s manufacturing process of other aircraft, whether military or civilian.

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Le premier Su-57 produit en série en vol  


United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) a publié des séquences vidéo de production et de vol du premier Su-57 produit en série à l'usine de Komsomolsk-sur-l'Amour, en Sibérie orientale. Cet appareil servira à former des instructeurs qui formeront à leur tour des pilotes au maniement du dernier né de Sukhoi.



76 biréacteurs pour 3 régiments de chasse

La réception du premier Sukhoi Su-57 par les forces aériennes russes a été l'occasion d'un évènement un peu spécial au cours duquel le ministre russe de la Défense Sergueï Choïgou a été informé que l’avion est désormais en cours de production au sein de l'usine de Komsomolsk-sur-l'Amour et que le premier exemplaire a été remis au ministère de la Défense dans le cadre du contrat se portant sur la livraison d'un total de 76 machines -soit de quoi équiper trois régiments d'aviation russes, composés de de deux escadrons de douze chasseurs chacun-.

Former des instructeurs qui formeront des pilotes
Si pour le moment la cadence de production est réduite, dans le courant de cette année UAC a l’intention d’augmenter le taux de production d’avions de ce type. C'est à proximité de Lipetsk, une ville située à 350 km au sud de Moscou, que le premier chasseur Su-57 de nouvelle génération a été livré aux Forces aérospatiales russes (VKS, Vozdushno-Kosmitcheskiye Sily) et plus précisément au 4e Centre national de préparation du personnel aérien et d'évaluation militaire de l'aviation tactique russe. La tâche du centre est de former des instructeurs d'unités opérationnelles qui recevront le nouveau type d'aéronef ; ces instructeurs forment ensuite les pilotes dans leurs régiments. Une autre tâche du centre est d'élaborer des tactiques pour l'utilisation au combat de nouveaux aéronefs et d'écrire les manuels appropriés à destination des pilotes.

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Le plan pour 2021 prévoit la production de quatre autres chasseurs Su-57, qui seront sans aucun doute également transférés au centre de Lipetsk. Ce n'est qu'en 2022 que le premier lot de chasseurs pourra être affecté à une unité opérationnelle. Il est probable que ce sera le 23e Régiment d'aviation de chasse (23 IAP), stationné sur la base aérienne de Dzyomgi, qui est également l'aérodrome de l'usine de Komsomolsksur-l'Amour.

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Selon un responsable Russe à l'IDEX aucun pays du Moyen-orient n'a montré d'intérêt pour le SU-57

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