Antonov Samolyet 'P' (1953)

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Samolet 'P' (1953)

CGI & color 3-view (c) Josef Gatial
3-view (c) AVICO-PRESS
 

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A jet powered An-12 ? The mock-up still seems to have
turbo prop engines at the right wing. Any dimensions for
a comparison ?
 

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Hi Everyone!

I really like that Antonov jet transport! (That should hold me nicely until I get more info on the Antonov AN-50.)
Thanks!

Chuck
 

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A jet powered An-12 ? The mock-up still seems to have
turbo prop engines at the right wing. Any dimensions for
a comparison ?

No, it was a jet-powered An-8! But there was a jet-assisted An-12 - the STOL transport An-40, built as a mock-up in 1964 or 1965. It has to be equipped with four turboprops and four additional jet engines. A mock-up picture was published in Ukrainian "Aviatsiya i vremya" 1/1995, but it was of poor quality (due to the quality of the used paper & print :'().
 

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My dears,

we most remember the Antonov An-400 four turboprops engines
heavy transport aircraft which led to An-124 aircraft.
 

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boxkite said:
No, it was a jet-powered An-8! But there was a jet-assisted An-12 - the STOL transport An-40, built as a mock-up in 1964 or 1965. It has to be equipped with four turboprops and four additional jet engines. A mock-up picture was published in Ukrainian "Aviatsiya i vremya" 1/1995, but it was of poor quality (due to the quality of the used paper & print :'().
 

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The Egyptians actually did this...kind of. When they were built the Helwan HA300 fighter, the needed a test bed for it's engine. Without any assistance from Antonov, they pulled the inner port turboprop off an An-12 and made a pod for the jet enigne. And it did fly. Apparently, the Egyptian pilot for the tests of this engine would not fly the plane unless the engine designer, a German named Brander, flew with him for the first flight. They both lived.
 

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Slightly different versions (colors, quality) of pictures posted above, both initially posted by ucon in August 01, 2008 in a topic that has since been split:

More detailed info and a lot of pix in www.avicopress.ru
 

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