MiG-29UB Fulcrum Training aircraft

Photos MiG-29UB © Russian Aircraft Corporation "MiG"


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NATO reporting name: Fulcrum-B

 

Twin seat training model. On the MiG-29UB aircraft, there is no radar, which limits their combat capabilities, especially in “air-to-air” in air battles. The RLPK-29UB radar fire control system of the MiG-29UB aircraft has the ability to use missiles only with infrared homing (heat-seeking) missile R-73 or R-60, bombs, rocket launcher and as well as the built-in cannon GSh-301. First flight occurred on 29 April 1981. In 1985 the MiG-29UB aircraft was put into serial production and in entered service in 1991.

MiG-29UB οf Russian Air Force
MiG-29UB οf Russian Air Force

 

The MiG-29UB has two widely spaced Klimov RD-33 turbofan engines, each rated at 5040 kgf dry and 8300 kgf in afterburner.

The length of the engine is 4230 mm, the diameter at the inlet of the air intake is 750 mm and the maximum diameter of the engine is 1040 mm the dry weight of the engine is 1040 kg.

 

The aircraft has a monochromatic new dark gray paint scheme, rather unusual for the Russian MiG-29s
The aircraft has a monochromatic new dark gray paint scheme, rather unusual for the Russian MiG-29s. 

 


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MiG-29UB

 


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DESIGNER
OKB MiG
COUNTRY
Russia
TYPE
Training aircraft
CREW
2
POWER-PLANT
Two bypass engine, RD-33
Thrust, kg
2 x 8.300
DIMENSIONS
 
Length+ Pitot, m
17,42
Height, m
4,73
Wing span, m
11,36
Wing area, m2
31,80
WEIGHT
 
Maximum take-off, kg
17.700
Normal take-off, kg
14.600
Empty aircraft, kg
10.800
PERFORMANCE
 
Maximum speed, km/h
2.230 (Μ=2,1)
Max speed in low height, km/h
1.500
Range in low height, km
680
Range in big height, km
1.410
Service ceiling, m
17.500
Rate of climb, m/min
19.800
Maximum overload, g
9
ARMAMENT
1x30 mm cannon GSh-301 with 150 rounds. Warload-2.000 kg in 6 hardpoints R-60M or R-73. UR  S-8-80 mm, S-24B-240 mm) or pods  KMGU-2. 500 kg bombs KAB and free fall bombs.