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Cette page reprends le concept que j’ai créé sur ufoetscience, concernant cette filière afin que vous sachiez ce qui existe ce que l’homme est capable de faire, ce qui a été élaboré, et le potentiel à venir sur cette "technologie" en évolution constante.

Une base , un historique permets à chacun de nous dans une certaine mesure sans doute relative à comparer les objets connus à ceux étant inexpliqués et ainsi aider à se faire une idée plus précise entre l’observation insolite recueillie et la  performance réélle des engins volants de conception humaine, et des protoypes en essais dans le domaine aérien et  aérospatial aussi!

article source:http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/

Liste des avions militaires du XXIe siècle:

Même si la « course aux armements » de la guerre froide a été remplacée par des risques de guerres asymétriques comme la guerilla ou le terrorisme, les armées continuent de se doter d’avions toujours plus performants qui profitent des dernières technologies.

On voit aussi l’avènement d’avions européens et chinois.

Le F-35, encore à l’état de prototype

Avions militaires suivant les pays:

Chine:

Autre article source:http://www.techno-science.net/

Posté par Adrien le Mardi 21/11/2006 à 00:00

Collaboration entre les USA et l’Australie sur les vols hypersoniques:

Vue d’artiste du prototype d’avion hypersonique X-43A de la NASA

L’U.S. AirForce travaillera ainsi en collaboration avec la NASA, des industriels et des universitaires américains, ainsi qu’avec la DSTO australienne (Defense Science and Technology Organisation). Le projet HIFIRE (Hypersonic International Flight Research Experimentation) est un des plus grands programmes de collaboration entre les deux pays, et devrait avoir un impact conséquent dans les domaines de la défense, des vols internationaux et de l’accès à l’Espace.

Dans le cadre de ce projet, près de dix vols hypersoniques réalisés à des vitesses dépassant cinq fois celle du son (Mach 5) auront lieu. Ces essais se dérouleront au cours des cinq prochaines années à Woomera en Australie.

Source: Etats-Unis Espace – bureau du CNES de l’Ambassade de France aux Etats-Unis

Liens externe:

http://www.gentside.com/avion/prototype-avion-futuriste_pic4507.html

http://jpcolliat.free.fr/x6/x6-4.htm

https://moodle.polymtl.ca/course/view.php?id=928

http://coursdubia.pagesperso-orange.fr/NSR%2010.pdf

Vidéos youtube:

Dassault LOGIDUC & nEUROn (stealth UCAV) concept & design

Xtreme prototypes North American X-15

This is a short movie showing the beautiful Xtreme Prototypes X-15 flying above the earth atmosphere and coming back for a safe landing on Edwards base lakebed.
Thanks for watching!
http://www.cleartheprop.com

DARPA Second Test Flight Falcon HTV-2 Mach 20 X Speed Sound 08/11/2011

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08/11/2011 atualized 08/12/2011 at 05:24 AM
The second and final flight test of DARPA’s Hypersonic Test Vehicle 2 (HTV-2) is expected to take place today over the Pacific Ocean. The wedge shaped unmanned hypersonic test vehicle is scheduled for launch by a Minotaur IV rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base on the pacific coast, between 7 AM and 1 PM PDT. The flight is expected to take about 20 minutes. Credit DARPA.

UK’s Stealth Fighter BAE "TARANIS"

Defence firm BAE Systems officially unveiled its first ever high-tech unmanned stealth jet.
The Taranis, named after the Celtic god of thunder, is about the same size as a Hawk jet and is equipped with stealth equipment and an ‘autonomous’ artificial intelligence system.
The plane will test the possibility of developing the first ever autonomous stealthy Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) that would ultimately be capable of precisely striking targets at long range, even in another continent.
Taranis, the prototype of an unmanned combat aircraft of the future, which was unveiled today
The trial aircraft cost £143 million pounds to construct and spearheads BAE’s drive to convince the Ministry of Defence to invest in the next generation of unmanned aircraft.
Almost invisible to ground radar, it is designed to travel at high jet speeds and cover massive distances between continents.
The plane is built to carry out intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance on enemy territory using onboard sensors.
And it has been designed to carry a cache of weapons — including bombs and missiles -, giving it a potential long-range strike capability.
It can be controlled from anywhere in the world with satellite communications.
Experts say the cutting-edge design is at the forefront of world technology and as advanced as any US development.
The plane began development in December 2006, and is intended to prove the UK’s ability to produce a stealthy UAV.
Taranis will be stealthy, fast, able to carry out use a number of on-board weapons systems and be able to defend itself against manned and other unmanned enemy aircraft.
The concept demonstrator will test the possibility of developing the first ever autonomous stealthy Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle (UCAV) that would ultimately be capable of precisely striking targets at long range, even in another continent
Any future need hinges on the outcome of the Strategic Defence and Security Review, which will conclude around October.Speaking at the unveiling ceremony at BAE Systems in Warton, Lancashire, Minister for International Security Strategy Gerald Howarth said: ‘Taranis is a truly trailblazing project.
‘The first of its kind in the UK, it reflects the best of our nation’s advanced design and technology skills and is a leading programme on the global stage.’
He added: ‘Taranis shows the UK’s advanced engineering, research, technology and innovation sector at its world-beating best.’
Taranis is an informal partnership of the UK MoD and industry British engineering firms including BAE Systems, Rolls Royce, QinetiQ and GE Aviation.
Rolls-Royce will focus on the next generation propulsion system for the Taranis demonstrator.
Speaking on behalf of the industry team, Nigel Whitehead, Group managing director of BAE Systems’ Programmes & Support business, said: ‘Taranis has been three and a half years in the making and is the product of more than a million man-hours.
It represents a significant step forward in this country’s fast-jet capability. This technology is key to sustaining a strong industrial base and to maintain the UK’s leading position as a centre for engineering excellence and innovation."
The Taranis prototype will provide the MOD with knowledge on the technical and manufacturing challenges and the potential capabilities of Unmanned Combat Air Systems.
Test flights for the Taranis plane are due to start in 2011.

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