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F-35 (JSF) Presentation

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2nd step F-35B
STOVL F-35I Introduction FLOWCHART Types of
F-35 F-35 - Lightning II I.D. Numbers: 2303-2317-2318-2414 H. Enes KARAGÖZ-Alperen DİLMEN
CV Comparison of
specifications Introduction F-35A - Conventional Takeoff and
Landing Variant (CTOL) F-35C - Carrier Variant (CV) F-35B - Short Takeoff/Vertical
Landing Variant (STOVL) F-35B Engine & Vertical flight system F-35 Advantages &
Disadvantages Comparison of specifications F-35B Engine & Vertical flight
system F-35I - The Israeli variant Summary Advantages: -Very low observable (VLO) stealth -Joint strike capability -Unrivaled situational awareness -Easy of maintenance -Ability to takeoff & land vertically – only F-35B F-35 Advantages &
Disadvantages Disadvantages: -High cost -Low carrying capacity of bombs and missiles -One engine -Inability to reach long distances Summary F-35B
Expansion Internal weapons F-35B Expansion - F-35 is a single seat, single engine, fifth generation multirole fighter F-35 - Lightning II - F-35 is being developed by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company - 2,456 JSFs will be purchased for the Air Force, Marine Corps and Navy Seals of U.S - Total cost of this deal was about 271 billion dollars - Last manned fighter plane? - F-35A is intended for the U.S Air Force - F-35A is expected to match the F-16 in maneuverability and long high-g performance, payload, range on internal fuel, avionics, operational effectiveness, and survivability - F-35B is intended for the U.S. Marine Corps - F-35B will replace Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier and F/A-18A/B/C/D strike fighters, which are CTOL aircraft. - F-35C is intended for the Navy - F-35C has:
larger wings with foldable wingtip sections
larger wing and tail control surfaces for improved low-speed control
a twin-wheel nose gear
a stronger tail hook for use with aircraft carriers cables All three variants of F-35 carry their primary weapons internally to maintain a stealthy radar signature. Additional weapons can be carried externally on missions requiring less stealth. - For the first time in aviation history, the most deadly fighter characteristics have been combined in a single platform - F-35B has low fuel capacitance - F-35B has no landing hook - First test flight was on 11 June 2008 How it works? As the F-35B approaches 288 mph, the wings produce enough lift to let the fan disengage A computer controls the lift fan, which pushes cold air down, causing the jet to float up During liftoff, the rear exhaust nozzle rotates to direct the engine’s thrust downward, while a drive shaft in front of the engine turns the lift fan Roll nozzles on the underside of each wing are being computer - controlled to stabilize the aircraft F-35B Vertical flight system F-35 Advantages &
Disadvantages Group Beta-Flies
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