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Tupolev Tu-135

Deltafan

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It's a version of the Tupolev Tu-135 strategic bomber project, the "flying wing" project of 1960 :

-Span : 34,8 m
-Length : 50,7 m
-wing area : 417 m²
-max weight : 175 to 205 tons
-powerplant : 4 x 19 600 kn with reheat
-max speed : 3 000 km/h
-armament : 1 x cruise missile or various other stores
-other Tu-135 projects had a range from 7 850 to 8 300 km at 22 500 m

(source : Soviet secret projects : bombers since 1945 (Buttler/Gordon); p.134, 135, 136 and 143)
 

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This is a draft long-range strategic bomber (on a flying wing shem's) DSB LK by A.S.Moskalyov
/ 1957-1960 /
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One of the iterations of the aircraft "135" OKB-156 Tupolev / 1960 /

Compare yourself ;)
Source of illustrations: "Aviation & Cosmonautic" 11/1999
"Bastion. Vol-1"
 

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I've done on Tu-135 3D model small errors and I will need at first to fix them and reexport full model again to be fully satisfied with it. Two old (2005) not published pictures
 

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blackkite

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Hi Jozef! Wonderful bomber and excellent work!
 

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Outstanding artwork Jozef, anyway this bird seems like a russian intrepretation of the A12/SR-71 family.....
 

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An A-12/SR-71 on Steroids

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It seems I can never find two Tu-135 projects that are the same... Here is yet another configuration that was studied:
 

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