China's new long-range air-to-air missiles can reach a maximum range of 500 kilometers

According to the British "Daily Mail" website reported on November 23, the Chinese network has pictures showing that the æ­¼-16, which is conducting scientific research flight test at the Air Force Test Flight, carried a new long-range air-to-air missile. By analyzing the test shots, the experts concluded that the missile is 19 feet (about 5.7 meters) long and about 13 inches in diameter (about 0.33 meters), which means it can hit as far as 300 miles (about 482 kilometers). ) the goal.

Analysts Jeffrey Lin and P. W. Singh said: "This is awesome. This missile can easily surpass all air-to-air missiles in the United States (and other NATO countries) on the range."

According to the report, the two analysts analyzed the photos of a J-16 fighter jet carrying two ultra-long-range air-to-air missiles. The radar system of this new type of missile has been greatly improved and has an infrared/optical seeker and satellite navigation system.

A 2015 China Science Journal report revealed the possible flight path of the missile. According to the report, an ultra-long-range air-to-air missile climbed 15 kilometers into the air after being launched by a fighter aircraft and reached an altitude of 30 kilometers. Next, under the combined guidance of long-range radar and satellite navigation, the missile swooped at supersonic speed to enemy aircraft including stealth fighters and stealth bombers.

Russian missile experts said that China’s bomb test was carried out several weeks after the launch of a supersonic missile capable of arriving in Britain within 13 minutes.

Foreign media reported that a few countries are now developing this technology. The United States has HTV-2 (second-generation hypersonic aircraft), which was developed by the US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. It has been partially successful in two trials. The warhead using the same technology in China is called Dongfeng-ZF, Beijing, 2014. It was confirmed for the first time that a test was conducted. India is also studying hypersonic flight technology, but unlike Russia, the United States and China, India has not developed strategic missile warheads.

Compared with traditional ballistic missile warheads, the hypersonic gliding vehicle differs in that it spends most of its time in the stratosphere rather than in space, which makes the missile's missiles for hypersonic gliding vehicles have a longer range and may also be counter- The guidance system was unable to respond to the attack in time. More importantly, the hypersonic gliding vehicle is controllable before it reaches the target at high speed, which makes interception much more difficult, because it is very challenging to guide the intercepting missile to hit the attack aircraft, with the current rocket technology. It may not be possible to see it.

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