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Various Soviet and Russian civil aircraft designs

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A Sukhoi SST design derived from a T-4 configuration
 

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A very interesting image Overscan! Really captivating Aeroflot's SST'S combination of a background to the style of the publicities of the decade of 1930 of the clippers of PanAm. Are not this way communism that tolerated! :D

Continuing here with the topic oar other image of:

Does need to move a town in a single trip? Design of a superekranoplane of A. N. Panchenkov: 4000 tons, twelve reactors ,124 meters
long and 50,5 of wide. Speed of cruise of 300 mph. (source: Popular Mechanical edition Argentinean September of 1992)
 

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And here are some more Tupolev cryogenic designs, originally posted at Whatifmodelers forum:

The first is what seems to be a LNG/LH2 powered variant of the Tu-334 medium-range airliner.

Second is the Tu-330K LNG fuelled version of the Tu-330 medium freighter. Called Tu-338 in Brassey's.

Last is Tupolev C-Prop, though the original image was captioned Tu-136. It is a light passenger or cargo transport using LNG fuel. Two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67 turboprops, 2,400 kg of LNG fuel, 3,400 kg of cargo.

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Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory 1996/97
 

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Dassault, Alenia, Sukhoi are working on joint SSBJ studies. Here are 3 configurations by Sukhoi for "low-boom". Design parameters are a Falcon 50 sized cabin, 4,000nm range and Mach 1.6 cruise.
 

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Very cool! It would have been too disappointing if the only design to come out of Sukhoi Civil Aviation was the subsonic and rather conventional RRJ ;)
 

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And here are some more Tupolev cryogenic designs, originally posted at Whatifmodelers forum:

The first is what seems to be a LNG/LH2 powered variant of the Tu-334 medium-range airliner.

Second is the Tu-330K LNG fuelled version of the Tu-330 medium freighter. Called Tu-338 in Brassey's.

Last is Tupolev C-Prop, though the original image was captioned Tu-136. It is a light passenger or cargo transport using LNG fuel. Two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67 turboprops, 2,400 kg of LNG fuel, 3,400 kg of cargo.

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Brassey's World Aircraft & Systems Directory 1996/97
I remember that the Tupolev Tu-334K was also called the Tu-336, just as the Tu-204K cryogenic plane was referred to as Tu-206.
 
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