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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Eurofighter ! Typhoon of Air

Eurofighter Typhoon is the world's most advanced new generation multi-role/swing-role combat aircraft available on the market. With 707 aircraft ordered by six countries (Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), and in service with all countries.
The Euro Fighter Typhoon is Europe’s largest military collaborative programme.

Eurofighter Typhoon is the only fighter to offer wide-ranging operational capabilities whilst at the same time delivering unparalleled fleet effectiveness.

Careful attention to design and a clear vision of through-life technology insertion and capability enhancements will see the Eurofighter Typhoon maintaining the tactical advantage over whatever threats the coming decades bring.

The Eurofighter Typhoon has guaranteed for partner countries sustained growth, industrial capability, operational effectiveness and global competitiveness.

The price of Eurofighter Typhoon in Pakistani Rupees about 7000000000/=



Euro fighter Typhoon is now in service in six countries Air force.
 
Royal Saudi Air Force – KSA
RAF United Kingdom
Luftwaffe - Germany
Luftstreitkräfte - Austria
Aeronautica Militare – Italy
Ejército del Aire РSpain

Technical Data

General Information

Brakes off to 35,000ft / M1.5 < 2.5 minutes
Brakes off to lift off <8 sec (Full Internals and Missiles)
At low level, 200Kts to Mach 1 30 sec
Super cruise capability and Dry Power Acceleration from Sub to >Supersonic

Design

Maximum Speed Max 2.0
Operational Runway Length <700m(2,297ft)
G" limits +9/-3 "g'
Height 5.28m (17ft 4in)
Power Plants 2 Euro jet EJ200
reheated turbofans max thrust each > of 90kn (20,000 lbs)

Dimensions

Wing Span 10.95m (35ft 11in)
Wing Aspect Ratio 2:205
Length (Overall) 15.96m (52ft 4in)
Height 5.28m (17ft 4in)
Wings (Gross) 50.0m2 (538ft2)

Masses

Basic Mass (Empty) 11,000kg (24,250lb)
Maximum (Take-off) 23,500kg (51,809lb)



Source:   http://www.eurofighter.com/
Monthly Global Science Karachi April 2010

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