Jumat, 09 April 2010

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Chinese Aircraft: China's Aviation Industry Since 1951

Yefim Gordon, Dmitriy Komissarov
Chinese Aircraft: China's Aviation Industry Since 1951
Hikoki | 2008 | ISBN: 190210904X | 264 pages | PDF | 181 Mb

Shrouded in secrecy, output from the Chinese aviation industry was,
until recently, largely unknown in the West. In the 1950s, when
communist China and the Soviet Union were on friendly terms, the
Soviet Union assisted in the establishment of the People's Liberation
Army Air Force (PLAAF) by delivering combat aircraft and training
Chinese personnel.
Following the 1960s' rift between Moscow and Beijing, the Chinese
authorities set up an indigenous aircraft industry, and as they gained
experience, versions of Soviet aircraft started appearing together
with their own designs.
Chinese Aircraft provides a full description of all aircraft types
including the Shaanxi Y8, the Chengdu JF-17 (FC-1) light fighter,
which is now entering service with the Pakistan Air Force, the
Shenyang J-10, and the KJ-2000 AWACS aircraft based on the Il'yushin
IL-76. It also details the factories and design institutions
representing the industry over the years, including Chengdu, Guizhou,
Shenyang, Xian, and Chiange and compares early and late designs to
show how those organizations developed.
A special section deals with experimental types and the latest
research and development while further sections are devoted to
aircraft weapons, unmanned aerial vehicles, and Chinese aircraft
exports on a country-by-country basis.
Numerous color profiles and three-view drawings are also included,
along with the logos of production enterprises and design institutions
to form a comprehensive guide to Chinese aircraft and China's aviation

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