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Hi,

Antonov SKV VTOL aircraft project which led to develope An-14;
 

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Hi,

The Antonov AN-40 (PLO) STOL aircraft project was based on AN-12,and also the
AN-42 project was developed from AN-40.
 

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Hi,

What is that fighter to Antonov ?.
 

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This is one of the configurations of the OKB-153 (Oleg K.Antonov)
Antonov 'Masha' abreviated 'M'

Project was cancelled in July 1948.

Soviet "X" planes - Yefim Gordon-Bill Gunston - Midland Publishing UK.
 

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In "Flugzeug Classic "3/2003 :
Antonov Salamander designed after close study of the captured He 162
 

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Many thanks to you dear borovik,

And can I ask if was there existing of two projects to Antonov
called An.18 & An.20 or not ?.
 

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hesham said:
And can I ask if was there existing of two projects to Antonov
called An.18 & An.20 or not ?.
The draft An-20 was designed At June 1958.
Engine :2 x NK-12 turboprop
Weights max 40000 kg
Work on An-20 have stopped in favour of more heavy VT-22 (future "Antei")
 

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In trace of the previous subject. Several projects An-22:

1-2) - An-22 amphibian (variants)
3) - Аn -22 Р (П) passenger variant on 724 persons
4) - An-22 Sh (Ш) derivative from (широкофюзеляжный) = broadly fuselage / i think/
5) - rocket R-27
Not expelled that on this base in mildly changed type was based aircraft-missile complex An-22 R. Plane was shown flying launching pad and was equiped three containers with rocket R-27 stated in fuselage vertically.
Detailed and with best graphics Jens Beganz on page:ICBM carrier http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?PHPSESSID=d6afaf3444faca5956ffcc9bb81bad77&topic=1958.0
 

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"In trace of the previous subject"
Ah, that's the drawings, I've got from boxkite for a series
of An-22 drawings. Very interesting projects, I really would
have loved especially to see the amphibians ...
About the An-22R : I at first though, too, that the ICBM carrier
would have looked like the transport for oversized cargo, but in the
meantime, I think, that the rockets better would have be positioned
near the CG. But, of course, thats just a gues, based on an estimated
weight of between 12 to 15 tons for such a missile.
 

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Hi,

here is many Antonov projects,such as;

VP,Utka,A-6,SKV,Bee,An-14B with V-tail,An-714,An-14SH
(with new idea),Aircraft R,DT 5/8,Aircraft N,Aircraft Yu,
An-25,An-12SN (for T-54),An-40,An-42,An-24 (early
concept) and many other projects.

http://www.airwar.ru/other/shawrov/htmls/glava01.html

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=ar&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.airwar.ru/other/shawrov/htmls/index.html
 

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And;
 

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An-20 (the second of that name) 1960. Competitor Yak-30, L-29.
3 views of books I. Sultanov, "History of the first domestic jet aircraft"
"Pchela - Bee" in the best quality and the troop-transport plane "R" from magazine "Aviation and Time"
 

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borovik said:
An-20 (the second of that name) 1960. Competitor Yak-30, L-29.
3 views of books I. Sultanov, "History of the first domestic jet aircraft"
"Pchela - Bee" in the best quality and the troop-transport plane "R" from magazine "Aviation and Time"

The Pchela Bee looks almost exactly like the IAI Arava, though the Arava appears to be about 25% larger.

iai_arava_201-05460.jpg
 

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Very very interesting my dear Borovik,

specially the An-20,and you sent before the An-22 may be
early design and An-40.
 

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Hi,

the Antonov An-44 is a project developed from An-24,
distinguished by a large cargo door on the left side.

http://www.airwar.ru/other/shawrov/htmls/glava01.html

http://translate.google.com/translate?js=n&prev=_t&hl=ar&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.airwar.ru/other/shawrov/htmls/index.html
 

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Another drawing of the An-22 airliner version:
 

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Hi,

we still there in that Russian great site,and there is many
Antonov little known aircraft and projects;

Aircraft T light cargo aircraft of 1945.
An-23A a modified Aircraft K.
An-2F (second use of designation) VTOL project 1956,with the
lift turbojet engine in the rear fuselage.
2AI-14R a four-seat and cargo aircraft powered by two AI-14V
engines,project of 1948.
An-122 a further development of An-22
VT-22 cargo and passenger aircraft led to An-22.
An-122/II anther aircraft powered by four engines.
An-126 heavy transport aircraft of 1968.
An-7X alternative design to An-70.
An-102 light agricultural aircraft early 1990s.
An-171 The project is a heavy transport aircraft (An-70 variant
with a longer fuselage).

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/36/
 

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Samolet "N"
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/122-planen
 

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Samolet "P"
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/123--lr
 

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Samolet "Yu"
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/124---lr
 

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Two other "wet" versions of the An-22, the first an amphibious aircraft,
the other too, but with additional hydrofoils and auxiliary floats.
 

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Antonov Li-2V (high altitude aircraft)
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/115---2
 

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Antonov SKV
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/110---lr
 

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Antonov VP
More info and drawings see http://avicopress.ru/index.php/aviation/russian/116-2010-10-05-18-34-32
 

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Antonov GPS
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Some more post-war Antonov projects
Additional info and drawings see in www.avicopress.ru
 

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Thank you my dear Ucon,

and what was the per-01 ?,was it a fighter and did it compete
in contender for fighters ?.
 

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Reply # 1 error in the images
= Yu.jpg = should read - An-8 RU (rocket booster)
= An-25.jpg = - An-3 (the first one with this name)
= An-12SN.jpg = - An-12D (UPS)
= An-24.jpg = - An-26

Edit: after combining topic's, my comments relate to Reply #11 of 27 November 2010
 

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Dear Boys and Girls; here is a contemporary description in French showing how to cram/fit/squeeze 724 passengers into a stretched Antonov AN-22; it isn't "secret", but it is a "project"......

The article is one of a series on Soviet transport aircraft from the 15th April 1966 issue of Aviation Magazine International......

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Terry, thanks for this info on the stretch Antonov, I find it very interesting and attractive. Does anyone know who long it would have been?
 

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The caption speaks of an extension of 15m, so overall length would be
about 73 m. By comparing and measuring the sideviews of the transport
and the passenger Anteus, I got a length of about 77m, although both
drawings are made to the same scale. Well, just a difference of 4 m,
negligible with regards to the size of that aircraft ! ;D
 

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There was at least one civil An-8 project, the An-8 airliner, known as izdeliye N.
It was developed alongside the An-8 (much like the later An-10/12 design) and was designed to seat 57 passengers in max density or 30-46 in more comfort. All the seats were aft-facing. There was a dual-role use as it could be converted into a cargo carrier carrying 7,000kgs. It was Khrushchev that had the aircraft cancelled as he wanted the OKB to develop a four-engined variant for safety- the An-10.

Other An-8 projects include the An-8Sh navigator trainer with 18 workstations in the hold developed in 1959 and the An-8PS SAR aircraft to paradrop resuce teams and equipment and supplies, life rafts etc to provide aid for 240-675 people.

There were a few An-10 projects;
An-10B: Designation used twice, one of these featured improved avionics and seating for 118. The other was actually built from an An-10A Antonov OKB had to seat 132 passengers and increased fuel.
An-10V (later An-16): New wider fuselage which was also 6m longer, 175 passengers seven-abreast, a new tail was also fitted. A cutaway model was displayed during 1967 at Moscow-Khodynka airport.
An-16: Another use of designation for an An-10 variant with a 3m fuselage plug, 130 seats and a range of 2,000km. This was a 1957 project so the above A-16 is probably the second use on the An-16 designator.
An-10D: 1960 project to increase range to 3650km by fitting fuel cells in the wing torsion box. Capacity was to be 124 seats, the engines would be moved 1m outboard and fibreglass propeller blades would be fitted to reduce noise and increase effiency. It was planned to begin production of a prototype in 1960.
 

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Yes, that's the version with hydrofoils from #13. Just a question: Where do you found
the suffix "AS" ?
 

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Sorry my dear Jemiba,


I meant "as" the word,and I was hurry,so I didn't see it,I will correct it.
 

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Topic consolidated with elements from older topics. Please use this for post-war projects that are insufficiently documented for now to have their own topic.
 

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Hi,


here is the Antonov project of 1948 for twin engined soulder wing transport
and cargo aircraft,and the Models H and P,which were developed from An-8.


http://crimso.msk.ru/Site/Crafts/Craft21339.htm
http://crimso.msk.ru/Site/Crafts/Craft21186.htm
 

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