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Awesome, and is Mil also working on another UAV project? I heard about it at Stingray's site somewhere but can't find it. X_x



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Leela25 wrote:

Awesome, and is Mil also working on another UAV project? I heard about it at Stingray's site somewhere but can't find it. X_x


 

Why yes they are Leela! It is called the Mil Mi-34BP, check it out...

https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/mil-mi-34bp



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Jemiba wrote:

Two newer projects, the Mil X-1 medium transport helicopter and a
UAV designated MRVK, both using the same concept with a conventional
rotor and a shrouded pusher prop:



Related to Sikorsky's X2 program in any way?



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omg.gif And why would they???

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Air_Gopher wrote:

Related to Sikorsky's X2 program in any way?



Yes, the they are closely based on Sikorsky's design efforts of the X2.

And I need to confirm this, but I think development of the Mi-34BP was ceased as the Mi-X1 and MRVK were proposed.



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The V-24 mockup with GSh-23 twin-barrelled cannon and dummy 9M114 Shturm V (AT-6 "Spiral") ATMs.




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Mi-26K flying crane project

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Oh!!! A Tarheski!

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Oh!!! A Tarheski!



LOLz epic!! XD



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Good find 555! I didn't know about this project before!

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Neither did I. Makes me want to tackle it in photoedition form...

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Stargazer2006 wrote:

Neither did I. Makes me want to tackle it in photoedition form...


 

I'd love to see what you come up with. wink



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555 wrote:

Mi-26K flying crane project



Are you sure that's not the Mi-46K flying crane? They look an awful lot alike.



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The Mi-40 is a proposed armed utility/troop-carrying version of the Mi-28. It was rejected by the Army Air Corps and Mil began work on the Mi-42 NOTAR project instead. In 1992 they resumed work on the Mi-40 alongside the Mi-42.


 

In-house concept sketch of the Mi-40.



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Mil Mi-30 VTOL tilt-rotor aircraft to lift 19 passengers or 2 tons of cargo, with TV3-117F engines and 12.5m diameter rotors. By 1991 three projects were under consideration: Mi-30S (3.2t payload, 20 passengers), Mi-30D (2.5t payload, 11 passengers), and Mi-30L (0.95t payload, 7 passengers). The largest version (13t) used TV7-117 turboprops with the smallest (3.75t) using the Al-34.




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Mil Mi-32 project from 1982 of the heavy flying crane helicopter with a take-off weight of 140 tons intended for transporting civil and military technics in Siberia. Not built.

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Jemiba wrote:

Two newer projects, the Mil X-1 medium transport helicopter and a
UAV designated MRVK, both using the same concept with a conventional
rotor and a shrouded pusher prop:



https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/mil-mi-x1

https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/mil-mrvk-ucar



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no_name wrote:

Mil Mi-32 project from 1982 of the heavy flying crane helicopter with a take-off weight of 140 tons intended for transporting civil and military technics in Siberia. Not built.



The Russians sure love to build things big...



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Hi,

also in that Russian site,a many Mil helicopter projects;

Heavy lift a project of heavy lift helicopter with rotor
diameter 60m,1950s.
M-3 two-seat helicopter (not related to Mi-3).
V-50 heavy assault transport helicopter powered by one
ASH-62 engine,led to Mi-6.
Plant 329 light helicopter powered by turbojet engine.
Mi-26 early project with four D-136 engines.
Mi-383 military Mi-38.

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/8/

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/9/

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/60/


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Early artist's impression of the Mi-28 "Havoc", from International Combat Arms, September 1989.

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Remember the Mi-36 light multipurpose helicopter project? It was also a projected update to the Mi-2 back in the early 80's to assist in fire-support, communications, observation, SAR/medevac, and cargo/personnel transport with a 2500kg to 2200kg take-off weight, using a twin TV-O-100 turboshaft engine.


The Mi-36 was abandoned as the concept was reworked with the Mi-40 program.


EDIT: Stingray, there is a problem with the picture uploader, it keeps crashing when I load an attachment.



-- Edited by no_name on Thursday 9th of December 2010 08:53:26 PM



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no_name wrote:
EDIT: Stingray, there is a problem with the picture uploader, it keeps crashing when I load an attachment.


Same happened to me. This could be just one of those bugs that will be fixed in an hour or by tomorrow morning.



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Stingray wrote:
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Mil Mi-20, prototype flew but project was canceled because it did not meet market requirements.


No, the Mi-20 never flew because they couldn't find the right engines for it. 3 mockups were made, projected to house the 3 different engines that were available at the time but none of them met the required specifications.


 

Hi what were the engines?

 

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Astazu-II, Oredon-III with 355 hp, and Oredon-HH.



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Stingray wrote:

Astazu-II, Oredon-III with 355 hp, and Oredon-HH.


 

You missed that there was also a fourth one, the Astazu-XII.



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Thanks Airfoil. Did they build a prototype with this fourth engine? I don't remember.

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Stingray wrote:

Thanks Airfoil. Did they build a prototype with this fourth engine? I don't remember.



They did not. Only the three with the engines you already mentioned.



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I do not remember the three mockups ever being fitted with those engines. Indeed they were available but unsuitable.

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That's what I said before. They were never actually fitted with the engines, but the mockups were built as examples if the actual prototypes in the future would use one of them... which of course wouldn't, since they were unsuitable and no one had any good replacements.

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Oh excuse me, I misunderstood you, sorry.

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