Mar 262017
 

Baru-baru ini, media di Bangladesh banyak menulis laporan tentang keinginan Angkatan Udara Bangladesh untuk membeli 14 pesawat tempur FC-20 atau varian ekspor dari pesawat tempur J-10B dari China.

Padahal sebelumnya pada bulan Februari 2017 Bangladesh telah mengeluarkan tender untuk pengadaan 8 unit pesawat tempur Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA) untuk menggantikan secara bertahap armada F-7MB yang selama ini menjadi tulang punggung kekuatan udara Bangladesh selain 8 unit MiG-29.

Berita itu masih belum dikonfirmasi oleh pihak China, namun jika benar maka ini akan menjadi ekspor pertama dari pesawat tempur Chengdu J-10B.

J-10 (si Naga Perkasa) adalah pesawat tempur multirole ringan segala cuaca, berkonfigurasi sayap delta dan tambahan sayap canard. Dilengkapi dengan kontrol penerbangan fly by wire.

Varian J-10B adalah salah satu varian modern dari J-10. Dirancang dengan kemampuan peperangan elektronik modern yang ditempatkan didepan canard dan diatas sayap stabilizer vertical. Menggunakan mesin AL-31FN-S3 buatan Rusia, selain itu ada fitur unik lainnya yang dimiliki J-10B, yakni Diverterless Supersonic Inlet (DSI) yang melindungi pisau kompresor mesin dari deteksi radar musuh, membuatnya lebih stealth dari pesawat tempur konvensional.

Bangladesh dan China memiliki hubungan yang cukup dekat, selain Mig-29 buatan Rusia, Bangladesh juga memiliki 37 pesawat tempur F-7MB yang dibeli dari China, yang saat itu dibeli dengan harga hanya US 7.8 juta per unit.

Author : Muhidin

  61 Responses to “Bangladesh Tertarik J-10B “Naga Perkasa””

  1. Bercita-cita ingin jadi pilot itu baik, biar bisa fly.
    Tapi kalo “nge-fly” dengan narkoba itu tidak baik. T E R L A L U…

  2. Min spesifikasi pesawatnya bisa lebih lebih detail nggk ? radar yg digunakan radar apa, range radar ma range perjalanan pesawat brp km, hardpointnya brp biji ?

    • Chengdu J-10A Technical Specifications

      Service Year: 2005
      Type: Multirole 4th Generation Fighter
      National Origin: China
      Manufacturer(s): Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (CAIC) / Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) – China
      Production Total: 300

      Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)

      Operating Crew: 1
      Length: 50.85 feet (15.5 meters)
      Width: 31.82 feet (9.70 meters)
      Height: 15.68 feet (4.78 meters)
      Weight (Empty): 21,451 lb (9,730 kg)
      Weight (MTOW): 40,786 lb (18,500 kg)

      Installed Power and Standard Day Performance

      Engine(s): 1 x Woshan WS-10A Taihang OR Saturn Lyulka AL-31FN afterburning turbofan engine developing 29,101lb of thrust with afterburning.
      Maximum Speed: 1,452 mph (2,336 kph; 1,261 knots)
      Maximum Range: 1,118 miles (1,800 km)
      Service Ceiling: 65,617 feet (20,000 meters; 12.43 miles)

      Armament / Mission Payload

      STANDARD:1 x 23mm Type 23-2 double-barreled cannon
      OPTIONAL:
      PL-8 air-to-air missiles
      PL-9 air-to-air missiles
      PL-11 air-to-air missiles
      PL-12 air-to-air missiles
      PJ-9 air-to-surface missiles
      YJ-9K air-to-surface missiles
      LT-2 laser-guided bombs
      LS-6 glide bombs
      Rocket Pods (90mm unguided)
      General Unguided Drop Bombs
      2 x 212 gallon drop tanks (underwing)1 x 450 gallon drop tank (centerline)Up to 9,900lbs of external ordnance across 11 hardpoints (six underwing, five underfuselage).

      Global Operators / Customers

      China; Pakistan

      Model Variants (Including Prototypes)

      J-10 (Aircraft 01) – Prototype
      Prototype 06 – Prototype model for inflight refueling tests.
      Aircraft 05 – Preproduction Model for operational testing.
      J-10A “Vigorous Dragon” – Single-Seat Multirole fighter.
      J-10B “Super-10” – Twin-engine navy-based variant; features stealth capabilities and thrust-vector control.
      J-10AY – Two-Seat Model
      F-10A “Vanguard” – Pakistani Designation for single-seat J-10A model.
      F-10B “Vanguard” – Pakistani Designation for two-seat trainer variant.

    • Tracking Eyes Want to Know

      The J-10 makes use of a multi-target tracking and engagement suite. The fire-control system is of an indigenous design and features a radar system capable of tracking up to 10 targets simultaneously with multiple target engagement possible depending on the missile seeker type (two targets when using a semi-active radar homing and four targets when using an active radar-homing air-to-air missile). Its complexity and technical nature are believed to be on par with that as found on Western-type fourth generation fighters.

      External Help

      In addition to mounting destructive weaponry across its 11 hardpoints, the J-10 can also field several avionics pods to help along in any given sortie. This includes the FILAT (Forward-looking, Infra-red Laser Attack Targeting) pod, the Blue Sky navigation/attack pod, the BM/KG300G jamming pod, the KZ900 electronic reconnaissance pod and the Type Hongguang infra-red search and track pod. The BM/KG300G is of indigenous origin and primarily serves to combat all types of airborne and land-based pulse Doppler radar systems. The KZ900 is a relatively recent addition (late 1990s) to the Chinese military and is a fully-automatic reconnaissance pod designed to collect radar signals and provide for real-time order-of-battle. Blue Sky is thought to be based on Western design after China received such a system by way of Saddam Hussein after claiming a downed Allied aircraft in the Gulf War. FILAT is thought to be the Chinese equivalent of the Western AN/AAQ-14 targeting pod.

    • Walk-Around

      The J-10 makes use of a “tail-less” delta wing configuration (with forward situated canards) meaning that the planform does away with the conventional horizontal stabilizers common on other aircraft. The delta wings are low-mounted monoplanes with gradual sweep back that run along more than half the length of the fuselage sides. Ventral strake-type fins are added at the main wing bases to the extreme end of the fuselage. The fuselage itself is quite tubular in appearance when view in forward profile and comes complete with a conical nose (housing the radar array) assembly fitted just forward and below the high-mounted cockpit. The cockpit offers excellent vision at all degrees (with the possible exception of the “six” area due to the semi-raised fuselage spine – made worse in the two-seat trainer model) and features a two-piece curved canopy hinged at the rear. Entry to the cockpit is standardized from the portside via a ground-based step ladder. In the two-seat J-10, an instructor occupies a raised rear cockpit position seeing over and past the student’s forward cockpit position. The entire cockpit area is therefore lengthened and both crew sit under a longer, two-piece canopy hinged at rear with a heightened dorsal spine for the additional avionics needed in the second cockpit. The pilot controls the J-10 through a conventional HOTAS (Hands-On Throttle and Stick) arrangement and sits in a “zero-zero” ejection seat – allowing for powered ejections at “zero” speeds and at “zero” altitudes for ultimate safety. The cockpit is dominated by three large liquid crystal multi-function displays (MFD) that help de-cluster the instrument panel while aiding in the pilot’s workload.

      Canards (smallish wing-type implements) are fitted to either side, aft and below the cockpit- and add forward stability. The forward fuselage elegantly contours into the base of the single large-area vertical tail fin adorning the empennage. The lack of horizontal planes on the tail mean that the main wing assemblies straddle either side of the engine exhaust at rear. A static fuel probe is situated to the forward starboard side of the fuselage. Construction of the fuselage includes use of composite materials throughout.One of the more distinct design elements of the J-10 is the rectangular under-fuselage intake opening feeding the single engine (ala the General Dynamics F-16, an aircraft the Israelis have much experience in working with). The intake forces the forward fuselage to be elevated to some extent, giving the J-10 its unique “raised” profile when at rest. The undercarriage is of a conventional tricycle arrangement made up of two single-wheeled main legs and a two-wheeled nose leg. The nose landing gear is fitted under and aft of the intake opening and retracts backwards in a housing. The main landing gear legs retract in a forward fashion along the sides of the fuselage at about amidships.

    • General Performance

      The J-10 is rated as a Mach 2.2-capable fighter platform when at altitude putting it on par with Western types. The airframe can sustain up to 9 positive and -3 Gs. Maximum range is limited to an impressive 2,113 miles, this without droptanks or in-flight refueling (accomplished via a probe) while a service ceiling of 65,600 feet is reported.

    • Update

      The J-10B production model is the first Chinese fighter aircraft to incorporate Active, Electronically-Scanned Array (AESA) radar. This is the same radar type fitted to American F-15 Eagles and F-22 Raptors – the only American aircraft to feature AESA as of January 2014.

    • Inherent Instability

      Due to the nature of the J-10s unique wing layout and fuselage design, she remains an inherently unstable airframe, relying largely on fast-processing digital computers through fly-by-wire technology. This supplies system redundancy and assistance to the pilot in the form of stabilizing an unruly airframe through a given maneuver while preventing the aircraft from entering into potentially fatalspins or stalls. As in late-generation aircraft of other global air forces, the J-10 features an extensive fly-by-wire suite allowing for quick-response agility. The system is said to be of Chinese origin but may have had influence from an Israeli design.

    • Known Variants

      The J-10 has been developed into a handful of variants. The J-10A remains the principle single-seat multirole aircraft platform and is marketed under the designation of F-10A on the export stage. The J-10S is the two-seat version suitable for training J-10 pilots-to-be yet they retain the full ground strike capabilities of the base J-10A multirole fighter. The J-10B is thought to be an upgraded version of the base J-10 and feature a distinctly redesigned intake opening, revised ventral fins and a redesigned vertical tail as well as an integrated infra-red search and track sensor. A new nose assembly is also reportedly housing an all-new radar suite.

    • The Chengdu Jian-J10 (also “J-10” and “Annihilator” but known to the West as “Vigorous Dragon”) was originally designed as an air-superiority fighter for China but was later revised to become an all-weather, day/night multirole fighter in much the same vein as the lightweight General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon and similar Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum. The J-10 was developed from the now-defunct J-9 attempt and made her maiden flight on March 22nd/23rd, 1998 with introduction into the People’s Liberation Army Air Force in 2005. Production began in 2003 and continues as of this writing (2012). The only other known operator of the system is the Chinese Air Force though Pakistan has been interested in procuring the type in squadron-strength numbers.

      The J-10 is thought to be a highly-developed Israeli IAI Lavi fighter with Russian-inspired turbofan engines – hence the correlation in many-a-publication of direct (and indirect) Israeli and Russian involvement in the J-10 program. Unlike the Lavi, however, the J-10 does not make use of wingtip pylons for air-to-air missiles.

      Development

      With funding in place several years before actual development of the aircraft began, the official call from above came in the form of Project 8610 – the requirement for an indigenous Chinese air superiority fighter to combat similar fourth generation systems in Russia and the West. The J-10 program gathered steam in 1986 under the guise of the Chengdu Aircraft Design Institute. While the J-10 was indeed developed as the required air superiority fighter, the close of the Cold War saw to it that she be revised more in the form of a multirole performer – capable of tangling with air-to-air targets as well as engaging land-based targets without much loss in overall performance.

      The Israeli Lavi was developed as a multirole fighter for the Israeli Air Force in the 1980’s. Though the program was ultimately cancelled, the constructed prototypes went on to see a serviceable life as technology demonstrators for various other flight programs to test avionics and applicable flight systems. It is believed that Israeli involvement in the Chinese program culminated in a similar-looking airframe with multirole capability in the J-10.

      Project 8610 is believed to have begun sometime in the mid-1980’s. Six prototypes were ultimately constructed and first flown on March 22nd/23rd (depending on the source) 1998 by test pilot Lei Quiang. The flight lasted all but 20 minutes. One prototype was lost in a fly-by-wire incident to which the Chinese government initially denied had happened. Development of the J-10 constituted several phases including aerodynamic testing and live-fire exercises. The J-10 flew as advertized and was actually proven to be a more capable airframe that at first realized. Six production examples soon followed the prototypes. From there, after some 18 years of total development time, the J-10 culminated in an official clearance for operational service and was delivered to the PLAAF in 2004 after spending some time as part of a test regiment squadron during 2003. The aircraft was officially introduced in 2005, unveiling nearly two decades of secrecy and denials by the Chinese government, and solidified the Chinese nation as a premier developer of air arms for the foreseeable future. Some 100 production examples were delivered to the People’s Liberation Army Air Force from 2004 into 2006 and current totals of this aircraft in the Chinese inventory range from 120 to 160 examples with some 300 believed to be required. Production has been handled by the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation (CAIC), overseers of the firm that designed the J-10.

    • Sebenarnya menyontek “Lavi” bung patih…pespur bermesin tunggal-bercannard rancangan isreal yang harus mati muda krn ditekan amrik spy beli F-16.

      Mungkin desainnya sdh dijual ke cina krn hubungan dagang&militer antara keduanya cukup erat

      • Betul bung Prenjak, awalnya dibantu Israel.
        Tapi sepintas bentuknya mirip Typhoon. Terutama bentuk air-intake, sayap, dan sirip tegak. Beda di exhaust karena Typhoon mesin ganda.
        Soal kesaktian mah nggak perlu diperbandingkan karena beda level.
        http://www.aviatia.net/j-10-vs-eurofighter/

      • lavi berdasarkan teknologi f-16 amerika yg ngasih R n D
        setelah administrasi amrik berubah israel ditekan utk tidak mengembangkan lebih lanjut agar f-16 tetap mendominasi pasar medium fighter
        sayang israel mata duitan menjual teknologi lavi secara backdoor kpada china yg memunculkan reaksi keras dari publik amerika

      • IAI Lavi (Young Lion) Technical Specifications

        Service Year: 1986
        Type: 4th Generation Multirole Fighter Prototype / Technology Demonstrator
        National Origin: Israel
        Manufacturer(s): Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) – Israel
        Production Total: 3

        Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)

        Operating Crew: 2
        Length: 47.77 feet (14.56 meters)
        Width: 28.81 feet (8.78 meters)
        Height: 15.68 feet (4.78 meters)
        Weight (Empty): 15,498 lb (7,030 kg)
        Weight (MTOW): 42,505 lb (19,280 kg)

        Installed Power and Standard Day Performance

        Engine(s): 1 x Pratt & Whitney PW1120 afterburning turbofan engine developing 20,600lb thrust.
        Maximum Speed: 1,221 mph (1,965 kph; 1,061 knots)
        Maximum Range: 2,299 miles (3,700 km)
        Service Ceiling: 50,000 feet (15,240 meters; 9.47 miles)
        Rate-of-Climb: 50,000 feet-per-minute (15,240 m/min)

        Armament / Mission Payload

        STANDARD:1 x 30mm DEFA internal cannon
        OPTIONAL:Up to 16,000lb of externally-held stores held across eleven total hardpoints – seven under-fuselage and four-underwing as well as wingtip mounts (wingtip mounts reserved for short-ranged AAMs only).

        Global Operators / Customers

        Israel (cancelled)

        Model Variants (Including Prototypes)

        Lavi – Base Series Name; three prototypes completed.

    • Sempet ada info setelah gagalnya project Mig 1.42.. China berhasil mendapatkan blueprint Mig 1.42 secara ilegal yg kemudian dikembangkan china utk membuat pesawat chanard J-10 dan J-20..

  3. Benerkan sales kena PHP…. katanya mau beli Su-30… nih bangladesh gimana sih…

  4. Negeri kantong cekak bingung cari pespur fighter, mirip negeri ku

  5. Bung admin, spertinya gambarnya masih yg J10A,. Soalnya klo J10 B sdh ada perbedaannya, sdh pke OLS d hidung, inlet air intake yg lebih smooth, stealth, pada vertical wing ada perangkat electronic sperti spectra rafale, malah bentuk nya juga mirip vertical wingnya rafale.. trims

  6. Yg tahu mslh kualitas hanya pengguna alutsista itu sndr….!!!!

    Komentator hanya sebatas bisa mem’beri’kan komentar…
    Jd “tidak” ber’Hak & tidaj punya “Hak” utk menentu’kan & memutus’kan kualitas alutsista itu sndr KW or KW ke’brp….

    Bagi China yg penting bisa mandiri & yakin dgn usaha & product sndr…

    Bagi negara lain yg mau beli silah’kan…!!!

  7. Yg tahu pasti mslh kualitas hanya pengguna alutsista itu sndr….!!!!

    Komentator hanya sebatas bisa mem’beri’kan komentar…
    Jd “tidak” ber’Hak & tidak punya “Hak” utk menentu’kan & memutus’kan kualitas alutsista itu sndr KW or KW ke’brp….???

    Lhaa wong yg komentar cuma tahu lwt tulisan” aja…
    Beda kalo komentator sdh bis bikin” sndr…

    Yg suka & senang komentar alutsista china itu Kw hrs’x intropeksi dulu…
    Msh pakai produk” china apa ng’gak…???

    Bagi China sndr “mgkin” yg penting bisa mandiri & yakin dgn usaha & product sndr…

    Bagi negara lain yg mau beli silah’kan…!!!

  8. XAXAXAXA

    panas bener padahal gak ad yg ilang KW diatas
    juga cek komen bung nanda logis gak itu

  9. Wkwk

  10. Semoga aja para petinggi TNI dan KemenHan tidak berpindah keyakinan!Ha3. Maksudnya berpindah keyakinan klu Pespur China terbaik Dunia sehingga wajib diborong!

  11. Beli dri cina nnti di tekan india, bngladesh sabar saja dulu toh lg tidak perang dgn neg lain.Tnggu ifx jadi biar belinya melalui indonesia saja. Kalo beli dari indonesia aman, india bilang monggo gak masalah itu sahabat saya. Cina pun bilang, silahkan tidak apa itu teman saya. Wkwkwwk

  12. kalo ane pribadi ng’gak mau pilih” produk alutsista hrs dr negara mn…
    Yg penting bisa cocok & sesuai dgn kebutuhan Indonesia Kita sndr aja…

    Yg paling ng’gak suka , yaa sm negara peng’hsl produk alutsista yg sdh prnh jelas” jatuh’kan embargo + ikut” campur dlm hal pemakaian dgn produk yg sdh kita beli…

    Kalo ane jd pemimpin Indonesia Kita , ng’gak bakalan mau lg punya hub military ( bisnis ) dgn negara” kyk gitu…

    • Jreng…. pam pam pam…..

    • Kalo ane jd pemimpin Indonesia Kita , ng’gak bakalan mau lg punya hub military ( bisnis ) dgn negara” kyk gitu…

      SEKALI LAGI TIDAK AKAN SAYA AMINI MESKI LEHER BERKALUNG BEKAS LIPSTIK AMOY-AMOY.

      bersekutu dgn republik rakyat china hanya akan menimbulkan munculnya mafia2 berkeley tipe baru
      silahkan berburu sumber daya alam ke negara lain
      kambing pun masih mikir utk berhati2 daripada jatuh ke lubang yg sama 2 kali

  13. Tejas kesalip sama pesawat delta buatan China ya? 😀 heheheh

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