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Vu le  temps qu'ils ont mis dans le domaine spatial avec l'aide des russes, il faudra bien 20 ans pour développer et acquérir l'ensemble

des techno pour faire ces avions et les rendre mature et opérationnel, même en travaillant comme des fous.

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On pleure déja pas mal, qui a laminé notre industrie c'est bien la Chine, et je préfère le style de vie US a celui des Chinois, car tout ce qu'il font n'est pas pour notre bien être, avant tout ils visent le développement de leur pays le rèste ils s'en foutent y a qu' a regarder le comportement a l'ONU. La Chine est une menace qu'on le veuille ou non c'est vrai au lieu de faire la guerre ils pulvérisent les économies y qu'a voir en Europe. Et puis pendant ce temps là tranquillement ils avancent a pas de géant 2 proto furtifs en 2 ans. Dans le spatial peut être qu'ils sont aidés par les Russes mais en attendant c'est eux qui envoient des Taikonautes pas nous. Le seul domaine qui les bloquent c'est les moteurs mais a mon avis ça ne va pas durer. Peut être je suis un peut pessimisste mais si on remonte a 30ans personne avait prédis une envolée économique de la Chine capable de déstabiliser l'économie mondiale.

Ils ont quand même des moyens de production de haut téchnologie en fabricant tous les appareils élèctronique mondiaux. Ce qui est vrai c'est que pour l'instant ce ne sont que des protos mais même les USA commencent a s'inquiéter de la maitrise Chinoise de la furtivité.

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China’s New Stealth Fighter Gambit

Was the jet crafted from stolen intelligence? Could it be used on China's new aircraft carrier? With photos appearing online of another Chinese stealth fighter, questions are mounting.

http://thediplomat.com/2012/09/21/china-new-stealth-fighter-gambit/

China’s defense industry seems to be up to its new trick of unveiling its latest toy when a senior U.S. official visits Beijing.

Following the playbook established in January 2011 when Chengdu’s J-20 stealth fighter had its maiden test flight just in time to overshadow the visit of then-Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, rival aerospace firm Shenyang Aircraft Corporation (SAC) accidentally-on-purpose allowed some high-definition images of its own fifth-generation fighter jet to appear on the web over the weekend. Coincidentally, current Pentagon chief Leon Panetta had just kicked off an Asian tour that included a stopover in Beijing.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have been on the end of a similar welcome when she visited China in early September. Grainy images of the PLA Navy’s latest destroyer, the Type 052D, turned up on the web along with a Global Times story just as CCP heir apparent Xi Jinping vanished for two weeks.

In truth, the Shen Fei (or Falcon Eagle), as SAC appears to have nicknamed the aircraft judging from its tail markings, is less of a mystery than the J-20 was when it emerged. As J. Michael Cole noted here in August, a Shen Fei-shaped airframe covered in camouflaged webbing enjoyed a well-publicized tour of China’s road network in June on its way from Shenyang to the China Flight Test Establishment at Xian-Yanglian Airbase, Shaanxi Province.

Now the wraps are off, it’s clear that the Shen Fei is based on a design dubbed the F-60 that has been doing the rounds as a model aircraft since at least September 2011. Described by IHS Jane’s aviation expert Robert Hewson as an “F-35-sized F-22”, it is much closer in platform than the J-20 to these two Lockheed Martin designs, which are fulfilling the U.S.’ next-generation manned fighter requirements.

Some argue that the Shen Fei is a result of some pretty serious cyber-espionage, which may explain why Panetta brought up "the growing threat posed to both economic and security interests by cyber intrusions" in his meeting with Chinese Defense Minister General Liang Guanglie on September 18. And although Western intelligence officials regularly imply that Chinese technological advances are aided by the dark arts, a glance at the F-22, F-35, Russia’s T-50 PAK FA and Japan’s ATD-X show that stealthy fifth-generation fighters tend to have a similar platform.

The Shen Fei and J-20 continue this trend, but the complexities of modern fighter aircraft design and production suggest that there’s still plenty of work for both SAC and Chengdu to do before they can compete with Russia and the West. As Lockheed Martin has found out with the both the F-22 and the F-35, fifth-generation fighters are hard to get right: the F-22 was recently grounded with a system problem that was causing pilots to black out, while the F-35 is behind schedule, over budget and testing the patience of the U.S. Air Force to the limits.

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Vraisemblablement, l'appareil de transport Y-9 est entrée en service dans l'armée de l'air chinoise :

"The Y-9 Tactical Transport Aircraft, or YunShuji-9 project, was reported back in 2001 as an enlarged version of the PLA’s workhorse Y-8 transport: a Chinese version of the C-130 Hercules with an airdrop payload capability of 20,000kg or 100 paratroopers. The older Y-8 had a max airdrop payload of 13,200kg. The Y-9 has a built-in RoRo ramp for quick offloads/airdrops. It will also have a max range of 3000km."

http://china-defense.blogspot.fr/2012/10/photos-of-day-clear-images-of-y-9.html

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Tiens, le nouveau chasseur furtif chinois découvert sur la page 63 et appelé alors le F-60 prend à présent le nom de J-31 dans l'ensemble de la presse anglo-saxonne.

Le numéro de J-31 est évoqué à cause du bort-number 31001. (J-31, prototype 001).

Il serait dessiné par l'institut 601 et produit par Shenyang Aircraft Corporation.

Le F-60 serait la désignation potentielle d'une éventuelle version export.

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Oui je l'avais dit, les exemplaires précédents c'étaient pour les test de base. Maintenant ils vont débuter les test sur tout ce qui es électronique. J'ai aussi l'impression qu'il y a un emplacement entre l'avant de la verrière et le radôme radar. Peut être pour un système optronique.

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