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Su-27 "Flanker" Technical Data.
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DESCRIPTION:

Su-27 Picture AlbumMarking a major improvement in the quality of Soviet fighters, the Su-27 is a long-range air superiority fighter comparable to the US F-15 in size and mission.
The Su-27 is equipped with an analog fly-by-wire control system, a powerful pulse-Doppler radar, and up to ten air-to-airmissiles giving it a potent look-down shoot-down capability.
The Flanker also features a rearward-facing radar at the end of a long boom placed between the engines allowing the Su-27 to fire at targets behind the aircraft.
The Su-27's high thrust-to-weight ratio and refined aerodynamics allow superb flight characteristics at high angles of attack. In addition, the Soviet Navy purchased an improved Su-27K design, later redesignated the Su-33, to operate off its first class of large aircraft carriers.
The Su-33 features canards for improved maneuverabilty as well as a strengthened airframe for carrier operations. An interesting feature of the Su-27 is its autopilot which is able to return the aircraft to right-side-up level flight at any altitude when the pilot presses a "panic-button." Besides the Su-33, the basic Su-27 airframe has also been developed into the Su-30, Su-35 and Su-37 fighters as well as the Su-34 bomber.

Data below for Su-27 'Flanker-B'

HISTORY:
First Flight('Flanker-A') 20 May 1977
('Flanker-B')April 1981
Service Entry

1984

CREW: 1 pilot

ESTIMATED COST:

unknown

AIRFOIL SECTIONS:
Wing Rootunknown (5%)
Wing Tip

unknown (5%)

DIMENSIONS:
Length71.92 ft (21.94 m)
Wingspan48.17 ft (14.70 m)
Height19.42 ft (5.92 m)
Wing Area666 ft2 (62.0 m2)
Canard Area

not applicable

WEIGHTS:
Empty32,020 lb (17,700 kg)
Typical Load49,600 lb (22,500 kg)
Max Takeoff66,140 lb (30,000 kg)
Fuel Capacityinternal:unknown
external: unknown
Max Payload

17,640 lb (8,000 kg)

PROPULSION:
Powerplanttwo Saturn/ Lyul'ka AL-31F afterburningturbofans
Thrust55,114 lb (245.16 kN)

PERFORMANCE:
Max LevelSpeed at altitude: 1,555 mph (2,500 km/h)at 36,090 ft (11,000 m), Mach 2.35
at sea level: unknown
Initial ClimbRate unknown
ServiceCeiling 59,055 ft (18,000 m)
Rangetypical: 2,100 nm (3,900 km)
810nm (1,500 km) with max payload
ferry: 2,160 nm (4,000 km)
g-Limits+8

ARMAMENT:
Gunone 30-mm GSh-301 cannon (149 rds)
Stationseight external hardpoints and two wingtiprails
Air-to-AirMissile R-60/AA-8 Aphid, R-27/AA-10 Alamo,R-73/AA-11 Archer, R-33/AA-9 Amos
Air-to-SurfaceMissile none
Bombfree-fall, cluster bombs
Otherrocket pods, ECM pods

KNOWN VARIANTS:
T-10 Original prototype, sufferedfrom excessive drag, weak structure, excessive weight, and flutter
T-10S Second redesigned prototype
Su-27 'Flanker-A'Production model prototype; 15built
Su-27 'Flanker-B'First production model withrefined aerodynamics and aft radar extension
Su-27UB 'Flanker-C'Two-seat combat-capable trainerwith improved radar in a longer nose
Su-27K 'Flanker-D'Prototype of the Su-33navalized fighter
Su-27KU or Su-27IBPrototype of the Su-34bomber
Su-27M Prototype of the Su-35fighter
Su-27P Air defense interceptor todefend against nuclear bombers
Su-27PU Prototype of the Su-30fighter bomber
J-11 Chinese designation for theSu-27, perhaps up to 300 to be license built in China

KNOWN COMBATRECORD: none

KNOWN OPERATORS:Russian AirForce
Belarus
China
Ukraine

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