USSR / Russia (V)

 

Sukhoi

Sukhoi Su-9 (K)                        

1946
.Sukhoi-Sukhoi-Sukhoi-.
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-9 (K)                                                                                      Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
885 km/h (550 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: 1.140 km
(710 mi) Span:
Description:
first pure jet Sukhoi fighter, conceptually Ferry range:
NA
Height:
  similar to Me-262 Ceiling: 12.800 m (41.984 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1946 Climb rate: 19,8 m/s (3.905 ft/min)    
Number built:
Crew: 1


 
 
10,57 m
(34 ft 8 in)
11,21 m
(36 ft 9 in)
3,72 m
(12 ft 2 in)
6.380 kg  
(14.070 lb)
1

   
Engines:              2 x Tumansky RD-10 turbojets
    
  
Thrust:    2 x 8,8 kN (2 x 1.984 lbf                                 
                                            
Armament: Guns: 1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in)
   
            2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)
   
  Bombs: 500 kg (1.102 lb)
   
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Aviastar
Airwar
Ruslet

 

Sukhoi Su-11 (I)

1947
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-11 (I)                                                                                      Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
940 km/h (584 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Range: 900 km
(560 mi) Span:
Description:
first Soviet jet fighter powered by Soviet
Ferry range:
1.250 km
(775 mi)
Height:
  designed engines
Ceiling: 13.000 m (42.650 ft) Take off weight:
First flight: 1947 Climb rate: 19,8 m/s (3.905 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 1


 
 
10,57 m
(34 ft 8 in)
11,80 m
(38 ft 9 in)
3,72 m
(12 ft 2 in)
6.350 kg  
(14.000 lb)
1

   
Engines:              2 x Lyulka TR-1 turbojets
    
  
Thrust:    2 x 12,7 kN (2 x 2.865 lbf                                 
                                            
Armament: Guns: 1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in)
   
            2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in)
   
  Bombs: 500 kg (1.102 lb)
   
More info/sources:
Airwar
Aviastar
Ruslet
Arms Control
 

 

Sukhoi Su-15 (I)

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-15 (I)                                                                                      Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
1.032 km/h (640 mph)
Length:
Type:
interceptor prototype
Range: 1.050 km
(650 mi) Span:
Description:
early Soviet attempt to build all-weather
Ferry range:
1.600 km
(994 mi)
Height:
  jet-powered interceptor
Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.210 ft) Take off weight:
First flight: 1949 Climb rate: 33,3 m/s (6.562 ft/min)   
Number built:
Crew: 1


 
 
15,44 m
(50 ft 8 in)
12,87 m
(42 ft 3 in)
NA

10.437 kg  
(23.009 lb)
1

   
Engines:             2 x Klimov RD-45F turbojets
    
  
Thrust:    2 x 22,2 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf                                 
                                            
Armament: Guns: 2 x 37 mm (2 x 1.46 in)
   
More info/ sources:
Aviastar
Wikipedia
Airwar
Prototypes


 

Sukhoi Su-17 (R)

1949
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-17 (R)                                                                                    Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
1.152 km/h (716 mph)
Length:
Type:
fighter prototype
Combat range: 855 km
(530 mi) Span:
Description:
completely finished but didn't fly due to Stalin's Range:
1.080 km
(670 mi)
Height:
  decision to liquidate Sukhoi bureau (which Ceiling: 14.500 m (47.570 ft) Max weight:
  was reestablished after Stalin's death in 1953) Climb rate: 47,6 m/s (9.370 ft/min) No built:
Completed: 1949 Crew: 1
 
15,25 m
(50 ft 0 in)
9,95 m
(32 ft 8 in)
4,52 m
(14 ft 10 in)
7.890 kg  
(17.395 lb)
1

More info /sources:
Engine:              1 x Lyulka TR-3 turbojet
    
  
Thrust:    1 x 45,1 kN (1 x 10.135 lbf                                 
                                            
Armament: Guns: 2 x 37 mm (2 x 1.46 in)
   
Wikipedia
Prototypes
Airwar


 

Sukhoi T-3

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-3                                      Photo source: Y. Gordon, B. Gunston – Soviet X-Planes (book)
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.100 km/h (1.305 mph)
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: 1.440 km
(895 mi) Span:
Description:
one of Su-9 prototypes, it had oval nose
Ferry range:
1.840 km
(1.145 mi)
Height:
  intake with a pointed radome above it Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft)      
Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: NA
Number built:
Crew: 1


 
 
16,75 m
(55 ft 11 in)
8,43 m
(27 ft 8 in)
4,82 m
(15 ft 10 in)
11.200 kg  
(24.690 lb)
1

More info /sources:
Engine:                1 x Lyulka AL-7F turbojet
    
  
Thrust:    1 x 63,7 kN (1 x 14.320 lbf) dry thrust                                 
                                            
  1 x 88,8 kN (1 x 19.960 lbf) with afterburner
   
Armament: Missiles: 2 x K8 or K9
   
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Aviastar
Airwar

 

 

Sukhoi PT-7

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi PT-7                                                                        Photo source: Forum.keypublishing.com  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.250 km/h (1.398 mph)  
Length (total):
Type:
interceptor
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
T-3 development with new radar in distinctive
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  radome/shock cones on the upper and lower Ceiling: NA
Max weight:
  lips of the air intake Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1956 Crew: 1
 
18,82 m
(61 ft 9 in)
8,70 m
(28 ft 6 in)
NA

11.350 kg  
(25.020 lb)
1

   
Engine:              1 x Lyulka AL-7F1 turbojet
    
Source:  
Thrust:    1 x 63,7 kN (1 x 14.320 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                     Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
  1 x 88,8 kN (1 x 19.960 lbf) with afterburner
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
Armament: Missiles: 2 x K6 or K7
   
More info/sources:
Ruslet
Valka
Wikipedia


 

Sukhoi P-1

1957
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi P-1                                                                          Photo source: Forum.keypublishing.com  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.050 km/h (1.275 mph)
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: 1.250 km
(777 mi)
Length (total):
Description:
2-seat interceptor with side air intakes (due Ferry range:
2.000 km
(1.240 mi)
Span:
  to new bulky radar) & delta wing from T-3  Ceiling: 19.500 m
(63.975 ft)
Height:
First flight: 1957 Climb rate: 92,6 m/s
(18.226 ft/min)  
Max weight:
Crew: 2  

Number built:
21,30 m
(69 ft 11 in)
21,83 m
(71 ft 7 in)
9,80 m
(32 ft 2 in)
5,59 m
(18 ft 4 in)
11.550 kg   (25.465 lb)
1  
Engine:              1 x Lyulka AL-7F turbojet
    
  
Thrust:    1 x 67,2 kN (1 x 15.101 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                     Source:
  1 x 87,8 kN (1 x 19.731 lbf) with afterburner
  Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Armament: Guns: 1 x 37 mm (1 x 1.46 in)
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
  2 x K7 missiles, 50 x rockets
   

 
More info /sources:
Aviastar
Wikipedia
Ruslet Airwar
   

 

 

Sukhoi T-37

1960
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-37                                                                                                  Photo source: Valka.cz  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
3.000 km/h (1.864 mph)   
Length:
Type:
all-weather interceptor
Range: 1.500 km
(932 mi) Span:
Description:
high-supersonic interceptor derived from T-3 Ferry range:
2.000 km
(1.243 mi)
Height:
  as MiG Ye-150 contender,  Ceiling: 27.000 m (88.583 ft) Max weight:
  canceled just before it was finished Climb rate: NA
Number built:
Canceled: 1960 Crew: 1
 
19,41 m
(63 ft 8 in)
8,56 m
(28 ft 1 in)
5,28 m
(17 ft 4 in)
12.000 kg  
(26.455 lb)
1 (uncomp
leted)
   
Engine:               1 x Tumansky R-15-300 turbojet
    
Source:  
Thrust:    1 x 67,1 kN (1 x 15.080 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                   Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
  1 x 99,6 kN (1 x 22.380 lbf) with afterburner
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
Armament: Missiles: 2 x K9
   
More info /sources:
Airwar
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Sergib Agava

 


 

Sukhoi T-49

1960
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-49                                                                                    Photo source: Pakistan Defence
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
Mach 2           
Length:
Type:
interceptor
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
Su-9 fuselage but with side intakes to leave  Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  the nose clear for large Oriol-D radar Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
First flight: 1960 Climb rate: NA

Number built:
Crew: 1  

 
19,8 m   
(65 ft 0 in)
8,7 m
(28 ft 6 in)
NA

NA  

1

   
Engine:                  1 x Lyulka AL-7F-100 turbojet
    
Source:  
Thrust:    1 x 67,7 kN (1 x 15.212 lbf) dry thrust                                                      Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
  1 x 97,1 kN (1 x 21.826 lbf) with afterburner   Soviet X-Planes (book)
Armament: Missiles: 2 x K8
   
More info/sources:
Ruslet
Wikipedia
Personal Eunet

 


Sukhoi S-23 / S-26

1959
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi S-26
 
Data for: S-26
 
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.120 km/h (1.315 mph) Length:
Type:
prototype fighter
Range: 1.130 km
(700 mi)
Span:
Description:
Su-7 version with skis Ferry range:
1.380 km
(830 mi)
Height:
First flight: 1959 Ceiling: 19.500 m
(63.975 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 160 m/s
(31.500 ft/min)   
Number built:
16,51 m
(54 ft 2 in)
9,31 m
(30 ft 7 in)
5,16 m
(16 ft 11 in)
13.000 kg  
(28.660 lb)
1 S-23, 
1 S-26
Engine:                   1 x Lyulka AL-7F-1 afterburning turbojet
    
  
Thrust:    1 x 82,1 kN (1 x 18.453 lbf) dry thrust                                                                               
  1 x 94,6 kN (1 x 21.164 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA
   
More info /sources:
Sukhoi
Airwar
Valka
Ruslet
Wikipedia  


 

Sukhoi 100LDU

1968
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi 100LDU                                                                       Photo source: Hitechweb.genezis.eu  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.070 km/h (1.285 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 820 km
(510 mi)
Span:
Description:
modified Su-7U with canards Ferry range:
1.430 km
(890 mi)
Height:
First flight: 1968 Ceiling: 17.250 m
(56.600 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA

Number built:
17,00 m
(55 ft 9 in)
9,31 m
(30 ft 7 in)
4,99 m
(16 ft 4 in)
13.890 kg  
(30.622 lb)
1
 
Engine:                   1 x Lyulka AL-7FI-200 afterburning turbojet
    
Source:  
Thrust:    1 x 99,1 kN (1 x 22.282 lbf) with afterburner                                  
          Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Armament: NA
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Sukhoi

 

 

Sukhoi T-5

1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-5                                                                                                    Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.120 km/h (1.315 mph)    
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 1.360 km
(845 mi) Span:
Description:
Su-9 with two engines – modified Su-9 Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  prototype (T-3) with two MiG-21 engines 
Ceiling: 18.800 m (61.680 ft) Max weight:
  placed side-by-side in widen rear fuselage Climb rate: NA
Number built:
First flight: 1958 Crew: 1
 
18,38 m
(60 ft 4 in)
8,54 m
(28 ft 0 in)
4,84 m
(15 ft 11 in)
11.300 kg  
(24.910 lb)
1
 
   
Engines:              2 x Tumansky R-11F-300 afterburning turbojets
    
  
Thrust:    2 x 41,2 kN (2 x 9.260 lbf) dry thrust                                  
                                            
  2 x 60,0 kN (2 x 13.490 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA
   
More info/sources:
Airvectors
Ruslet
Valka


 

Sukhoi L02-10

1972
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi L02-10                                Photo source: Y. Gordon, B. Gunston – Soviet X-Planes (book)
 
also called: Sukhoi 02-10
 
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.230 km/h (1.385 mph)
Length:
Type:
experimental fighter
Range: 1.350 km
(838 mi)
Span:
Description:
Su-9 with vertical fins above and below nose Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  to investigate direct side-force control  Ceiling: 20.000 m
(65.620 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1972 Climb rate: 136,7 m/s
(27.000 ft/min)  
Number built:
Crew: 1  

 
18,06 m
(59 ft 3 in)
8,54 m
(28 ft 0 in)
4,82 m
(15 ft 10 in)
12.512 kg  
(37.583 lb)
1
 
Source:  
Engine:               1 x Lyulka AL-7F1-100U afterburning turbojet
    
  
Thrust:    1 x 66,7 kN (1 x 14.990 lbf) dry thrust                                                                               
  1 x 94,2 kN (1 x 21.160 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA
   
Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Soviet X-Planes (book)
More info/sources:
Prototypes


 

Sukhoi T-58D-1

1962
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-58D-1                                                                                             Photo source: Airwar.ru  
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
Mach 2,1     Length:
Type:
interceptor prototype
Range: NA

Length (total):
Description:
T-49 configuration development and Su-15 prototype Ferry range:
NA

Span:
First flight: 1962 Ceiling: NA

Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA

Number built:
19 m
(62 ft 4 in)
19,7 m    
(64 ft 8 in)
8,62 m
(28 ft 3 in)
NA  

1
 
Engines:              2 x Tumansky R-11F2S-300 afterburning turbojets
    
Source:
Thrust:    2 x 60,6 kN (2 x 13.613 lbf) with afterburner                                              Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Armament: K8 missiles
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
More info /sources:
Sukhoi
Airvectors
Milavia
Wikipedia

 

 

Sukhoi T-58VD

1966
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-58VD                                                                                Photo source: Prototypes.free.fr  
also called: Flagon B
 
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.000 km/h (1.245 mph) 
Length:
Type:
experimental STOL fighter
Range: 1.550 km
(965 mi)
Span:
Description:
modified from T-58D-1 by adding cranked wing Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  and lift engines for short take off and landing Ceiling: 18.500 m
(60.695 ft)
Max weight:
First flight: 1966 Climb rate: NA

Number built:
Crew: 1  

 
20,54 m
(67 ft 5 in)
9,34 m
(30 ft 8 in)
5,00 m
(16 ft 5 in)
15.500 kg  
(34.170 lb)
1
 
   
Engines:             2 x Tumansky R-11F2SU-300 afterburning turbojets   Source:  
  3 x Kolesov RD-36-35 liftjets   Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Thrust:    2 x 60,6 kN (2 x 13.615 lbf) Tumansky                                                   Soviet X-Planes
  3 x 23,1 kN (3 x 5.180 lbf) Kolesov   (book)
Armament: Missiles: 2 x air-to-air missiles K-8M
   
More info/sources:
Ruslet
Airwar
Airvectors
Prototypes


 

Sukhoi T-10

1977
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-10-1                                                                                         Photo source: Avia Deja Vu
 
Data for: T-10-1
 
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
2.230 km/h (1.385 mph)   
Length:
Type:
prototype fighter
Range: 3.100 km
(1.925 mi)
Span:
Description:
Sukhoi Su-27 prototype Ferry range:
NA

Height:
First flight: 1977 Ceiling: 17.500 m
(57.415 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: NA

Number built:
19,65 m
(64 ft 6 in)
14,70 m
(48 ft 3 in)
5,87 m
(19 ft 3 in)
25.740 kg  
(56.745 lb)
9
 
Engines:                   2 x Lyulka AL-21F-3 turbofans
    
Source:  
Thrust:    2 x 109,8 kN (2 x 24.690 lbf) with afterburner                                           Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Armament: Hardpoints: 7
  Soviet X-Planes
      (book)
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet
Airvectors

 

 

Sukhoi P-42

1986
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi P-42
 
   
Manufacturer:
OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed:
NA
Length:
Type:
record plane
Range: NA

Span:
Description:
rebuilt from T-10 & stripped to minimum weight Ferry range:
NA

Height:
  with uprated engines, set 27 world records Ceiling: 22.250 m
(73.000 ft)   
Max weight:
First flight: 1986 Climb rate: 15.000 m
in 70,3 sec     Number built:
Crew: 1
(49.213 ft in 70,3 sec)  
19,65 m
(64 ft 6 in)
14,70 m
(48 ft 3 in)
5,87 m
(19 ft 3 in)
14.124 kg  
(31.140 lb)
1
 
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka R-32 turbofans
    
Source:
Thrust:    2 x 133,4 kN (2 x 29.982 lbf) with afterburner                                                Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
Armament: none
  Soviet X-Planes (book)
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet

 

 

Sukhoi Su-47 Berkut

1997
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-47                                                                                                  Photo source: Sukhoi  
also called: S-37 Berkut
 
Manufacturer:
Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed:
1.717 km/h (1.066 mph) Length:
Type:
technology demonstrator
Range: 3.300 km
(2.050 mi)
Span:
Description:
experimental fighter with forward-swept wings
Ferry range:
NA

Height:
First flight: 1997 Ceiling: 18.000 m
(59.050 ft)
Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 233 m/s
(46.200 ft/min) 
No built:
22,6 m
(74 ft 2 in)
16,7 m
(54 ft 9 in)
6,3 m
(20 ft 8 in)
35.000 kg  
(77.162 lb)
1
 
Engines:             2 x Aviadvigatel D-30F6 afterburning thrust vectoring turbofans
    
  
Thrust:    2 x 83,4 kN (2 x 18.700 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  2 x 142,2 kN (2 x 32.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)
   
  Hardpoints: 14    
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Airwar


 

 

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  2 Responses to “USSR / Russia (V)”

  1. It's so cool pictures ! The Su S-47 is an amazing aircraft. Congratulations to your job.

  2. Thanx 🙂