Myasishchev M-32

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M-32 ( "32", VM-32)
Year: 1952
Engine: turbojet VD-5
Span: - m
Lenght: - m
Height: - m
Max speed: 1350 km/h
Cruise 1100-1200 km/h
Range: 7700 km
MTOW: 180000 kg
Bombs: 5000-15000 kg
Crew: 5
 

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XP67_Moonbat said:
Never heard of this design till recently.
Yeah, a nice one... Myassishchev had many wonderful designs but most never left the drawing board. Political preference for other manufacturers, maybe?
 

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M-32 - draft heavy supersonic bomber, made in the first half of 1950 in DB-23 under the direction of Myasishev.
From 1952 to the initiatives of the DB-23, a draft of a supersonic bomber with high aerodynamic characteristics at transonic speeds. The project was terminated due to lack of orders.

Developer: DB-23
Chief Designer: V. Myasishev
Status: project
Date: first half of 1950
Crew: 5
Takeoff weight: 180 tons
Combat load: 5-15 tons
Engine type, brand: turbojet engines, WA-5
Thrust at takeoff: 4x 13000 tons
Maximum speed: 1350 km/h
Cruising speed: 1100-1200 km/h
Range: 7000-8000 (7700) km
Ceiling: 15000 m

Source: http://otbombard.ru/175/


Far supersonic twin-engine bomber with delta wing "32" had a higher lift-drag ratio at supersonic speeds and better weight returns. Range 8400-8700 km at cruising speed with the number of M> 1.1, maximum speed 1850 km/h. In February 1953 preliminary design was sent to the MAP. To study the characteristics of an aircraft with a delta wing of small aspect ratio, an improved version of the YAK-1000M, the M-33 fighter, was also designed. The results obtained in the development of these projects were helpful when creating a new machine.

Source: http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php/download/download/main.php?id=19&nid=27


I don't have any picture of the M-33 fighter design... Can anyone help on this one??
 

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M-33 ("33") -specially for Maveric. The Project of the average heavy bomber, executed on scheme "tailless". The Take-off mass around -100000 kgs, cruising velocity - supersonic. The Arms - a bombs FAB-3000, nucleus bombs, operated missile weapon. Regrettably other information no.

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,8908.msg18486.html#msg18486
 

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Skyblazer said:
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Far supersonic twin-engine bomber with delta wing "32" had a higher lift-drag ratio at supersonic speeds and better weight returns. Range 8400-8700 km at cruising speed with the number of M> 1.1, maximum speed 1850 km/h. In February 1953 preliminary design was sent to the MAP. To study the characteristics of an aircraft with a delta wing of small aspect ratio, an improved version of the YAK-1000M, the M-33 fighter, was also designed. The results obtained in the development of these projects were helpful when creating a new machine.

Source: http://www.khrunichev.ru/main.php/download/download/main.php?id=19&nid=27


I don't have any picture of the M-33 fighter design... Can anyone help on this one??
In addition to the bomber tailless with the same designation was a project of a small experimental aircraft M-33, not a fighter.
...aircraft project M-33 (March, 1951) is, in fact, a further development of the project Yak-1000, developed by L. Selyakov in OKB Yakovlev.
In the OKB-23 Myasishchev aircraft intended to be used as a pilot for studying the characteristics of a triangular wing of small aspect ratio at transonic speeds...
Иллюстрированная энциклопедия самолётов Мясищева том 2 часть 2.
 

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Amazing Info my dear Borovik.
 

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Amzing!! thanks a lot.
And I believe "32" had four engines.
I found "32" with four engines which located side by side of each wing root same as M-4 in some book.
Can anyone post this image or drawing?

http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=14455.0;attach=148801;image
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=14455.0;attach=575073;image
 

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A.A.Bruk, K.G.Udalov, S.G.Smirnov, A.V.Arhipov, B.L.Puntus "The illustrated encyclopedia of aircrafts by V.M.Myasishchev EMZ" - Avico Press Vol.2, ch.3
 

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Wow thanks a lot borovik-san!! :eek: Very beautiful.
 

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borovik said:
A.A.Bruk, K.G.Udalov, S.G.Smirnov, A.V.Arhipov, B.L.Puntus "The illustrated encyclopedia of aircrafts by V.M.Myasishchev EMZ" - Avico Press Vol.2, ch.3
Beautiful. Is this Book available??
 

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borovik said:
A.A.Bruk, K.G.Udalov, S.G.Smirnov, A.V.Arhipov, B.L.Puntus "The illustrated encyclopedia of aircrafts by V.M.Myasishchev EMZ" - Avico Press Vol.2, ch.3
Brilliant,thank you my dear Borovik.
 
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