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creo q estaria bien seguirle aqui con el mi 26 para dejar el tema de los ch 53 aqui les dejo un video

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q buena foto nunca la habia visto
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hwk-11 escribió:q buena foto nunca la habia visto

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Recuerdo haber visto (y sentido) el vuelo de uno de los Mi-26 recién llegados, IMPRESIONANTE en todos los sentidos, ¡¡¡Era un terremoto volador!!! Shocked
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Mi-26

Russian Air Force Mi-26
Role Heavy lift cargo helicopter
National origin Soviet Union/Russia
Manufacturer Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant
First flight 14 December 1977
Introduction 1983
Status In service
Primary users Russian Air Force
Aeroflot
Ukrainian Air Force
Indian Air Force
Produced 1980–present
Number built 316
The Mil Mi-26 (Russian: Миль Ми-26, NATO reporting name: Halo) is a Soviet/Russian heavy transport helicopter. In service with civilian and military operators, it is the largest and most powerful helicopter ever to have gone into production.
Contents [hide]
1 Design and development
2 Operational history
2.1 Chernobyl accident
2.2 World Team skydiving
2.3 Siberian Woolly Mammoth recovery
2.4 Afghanistan Chinook recovery
2.5 Chechnya crash
2.6 China, Wenchuan "Quake Lake" emergency
2.7 Afghanistan helicopter downing
2.8 Indian Air Force Mi-26 crash
3 Variants
4 Operators
4.1 Military Operators
4.2 Civil operators
5 Specifications (Mi-26)
6 See also
7 References
8 External links
[edit]Design and development

Following the incomplete development of the heavier Mil V-12 (also known as Mi-12) in the early 1970s, work began on a new heavy-lift helicopter, designated "Project 90"[citation needed] and later allocated designation Mi-26. The new design was required to have an empty weight less than half its maximum takeoff weight.[1] The helicopter was designed by Marat Tishchenko, protégé of Mikhail Mil, founder of the experimental OKB Mil design bureau.[2]
The Mi-26 was designed as a heavy-lift helicopter for military and civil use, and was to replace earlier Mi-6 and Mi-12 heavy lift helicopters, with twice the cabin space and payload of the Mi-6, then the world's largest and fastest production helicopter. The primary purpose was to move military equipment like 13 metric ton (29,000 lb) amphibious armored personnel carriers, and mobile ballistic missiles, to remote locations after delivery by military transport planes such as the Antonov An-22 or Ilyushin Il-76.
The first Mi-26 flew on 14 December 1977.[3] The first production aircraft was rolled out on 4 October 1980.[citation needed] One production aircraft was destroyed during pre-delivery single-engine emergency landing procedure testing, but there were no casualties.[citation needed] Development was completed in 1983, and the Mi-26 was in Soviet military and commercial service by 1985.[1]


Aeroflot Mi-26 at the 1984 Farnborough Air Show
The Mi-26 was the first factory-equipped helicopter with an eight-blade rotor. It is capable of flight in the event of power loss by one engine (depending on aircraft mission weight) thanks to an engine load sharing system. While it is only slightly heavier than the Mi-6, the Mi-26 can lift up to 20 metric tons (44,000 lb). It is the second largest and heaviest helicopter ever constructed, after the experimental V-12. The tail rotor has about the same size and thrust of the MD 500 main rotor.[4]
The Mi-26's unique main gearbox is relatively light but can absorb 19,725 shp, which was accomplished using a non-planetary, split-torque design. Because Mil's normal gearbox supplier said that such a gearbox couldn't be designed, the Mil Design Bureau designed the VR-26 transmission itself.[5]
In July 2010 proposed Russian-Chinese development of a 33-ton heavy-lift helicopter was announced.[6]
Russian helicopter manufacturer, Rostvertol is in the process of refurbishing and upgrading the entire fleet of Mi-26s serving in the Russian Air Force. The fleet is estimated to number around 20 helicopters. Refurbished and upgraded aircraft will be comparable to an up-to-date variant: Mi-26T. Contract completion is planned for 2015. The same contract covers the manufacture of 22 brand new Mi-26T helicopters. As of January 2012, eight new-production helicopters have been delivered to operational units.[7]
[edit]Operational history



A Mi-26 in a military parade over Caracas, Venezuela
[edit]Chernobyl accident
The Mi-26S was a disaster response version hastily developed after the Chernobyl nuclear accident.[8] and was used for radiation measurements and precision drops of insulating material to cover the damaged No. 4 reactor. It was also equipped with a deactivating liquid tank and underbelly spraying apparatus. The Mi-26S was operated in immediate proximity to the nuclear reactor, with a filter system and protective screens mounted in the cabin to protect the crew during delivery of construction materials to the most highly contaminated areas.[citation needed]
[edit]World Team skydiving
For three weeks in September 1996, the Russian military loaned four fully crewed Mil Mi-26 helicopters and granted the use of its Anapa airbase to the World Team for its skydiving freefall formation world record attempt. The World Team was made up of top-tier skydivers from over 40 countries and led by Hollywood aerial stunt performer B. J. Worth. With the goal of setting a new 300-way freefall formation record and using the high altitude and high capacity performance of the Mi-26, the World Team quickly flew 300 participants, plus aerial judges, photographers, and cinematographers up to 6,700 metres (22,000 ft), then simultaneously dropped them in a tight formation. The Mi-26 helicopter crews and equipment performed flawlessly in their first experience with close formation flying, and flew away with an assist in the new 297-way world record set on September 27, 1996, just three shy of the objective.
[edit]Siberian Woolly Mammoth recovery
In October 1999, a Mi-26 was used to transport a 25-ton block of ice encasing a well-preserved, 23,000 year-old Woolly Mammoth from the Siberian tundra to a lab in Khatanga, Taymyr, where scientists hoped to study the find and perhaps attempt to clone it. The weight was reportedly so great that the Mi-26 had to be returned to the factory immediately thereafter to check for airframe and rotor warping caused by potential structural excesses.[2]
[edit]Afghanistan Chinook recovery
In Spring 2002, a civilian Mi-26 was leased to recover two U.S. Army MH-47E Chinook helicopters from a mountain in Afghanistan. The Chinooks, operated by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, had been employed in Operation Anaconda, an effort to drive al Qaeda and Taliban fighters out of the Shahi-Kot Valley and surrounding mountains. They ended up stranded on the slopes above Sirkhankel at altitudes of 2,600 metres (8,500 ft) and 3,100 metres (10,200 ft). While the second was too badly damaged to recover, the first was determined to be reparable and estimated to weigh 12,000 kilograms (26,000 lb) (with all fuel, rotors, and non-essential equipment removed), which exceeded the maximum CH-47 payload of 9,100 kilograms (20,000 lb) at an altitude of 2,600 metres (8,500 ft).
The Mi-26 was located through Skylink Aviation in Toronto, which had connections with a Russian company called Sportsflite that operated three civilian Mi-26 versions called "Heavycopters". One of the aircraft, doing construction and firefighting work in neighboring Tajikistan, was leased for $300,000; it lifted the Chinook with a hook and flew it to Kabul, then later to Bagram Air Force Base in Parvan, Afghanistan for shipment to Fort Campbell, Kentucky for repairs.[2] Six months later, a second U.S. Army CH-47 that had made a hard landing 100 miles (160 km) north of Bagram at an altitude of 1,200 metres (3,900 ft) was recovered by another Sportsflite-operated Mi-26 Heavycopter.[2]
[edit]Chechnya crash
Main article: 2002 Khankala Mi-26 crash


A Mexican Air Force Mil Mi-26 being loaded at Santa Lucía Air Force Base, Mexico
On 19 August 2002, Chechen separatists hit an overloaded Mi-26 with a surface to air missile, causing it to crash-land in a minefield and killing 127 of the people on board.[9]
[edit]China, Wenchuan "Quake Lake" emergency
As a result of the magnitude 8.0 Sichuan earthquake on 12 May 2008, many rivers became blocked by giant landslides, resulting in the formation of so-called quake lakes: massive amounts of water pooling up at a very high rate behind the landslide-formed dams, which eventually crumble under the weight of the ever-increasing water mass,[10] and potentially endangering the lives of millions downstream. At least one Mi-26 belonging to a branch of China's civil aviation service was used to bring heavy earthmoving tractors to the most precarious of the quake-lakes at Tangjiashan mountain, located in extremely difficult terrain and accessible only by foot or air.[11]
[edit]Afghanistan helicopter downing
In July 2009, a Moldovan Mi-26 was shot down in Helmand province with the loss of six Ukrainian crew members. The aircraft, belonging to Pectox-Air aviation, was said to be on a humanitarian mission under NATO contract.[12]
[edit]Indian Air Force Mi-26 crash
On 14 December 2010, an Indian Air Force Mi-26 crashed seconds after taking off from Jammu Airport, injuring all 9 passengers. The aircraft fell from an altitude of about 50 feet (15 m).[13] The Indian Institute of Flight Safety released an investigation report that stated improper fastening of the truck inside caused an imbalance of the helicopter and led to the crash. The Mi-26 had been chartered by the Konkan Railway.[14][15]
[edit]Variants



A Mi-26TC in firefighter role in action over Athens


Mil-26 cockpit


Mil-26 cargo bay
V-29
Prototype version.
Mi-26
Military cargo/freight transport version. NATO name: 'Halo-A'.
Mi-26A
Upgraded version with an upgraded flight/navigation system.
Mi-26M
Upgraded version of the Mi-26; designed for better performance.
Mi-26MS
Aeromedical evacuation version.
Mi-26NEF-M
Anti-submarine warfare version.
Mi-26P
Passenger transport version, with accommodation for 63 passengers.
Mi-26PP
Radio relay version.
Mi-26PK
Flying crane helicopter.
Mi-26S
Disaster relief version.
Mi-26T
Civil cargo/freight transport version.
Mi-26TC
Cargo transport version.
Mi-26TM
Flying crane helicopter.
Mi-26TP
Fire-fighting version.
Mi-26TS
Export version of the Mi-26T.
Mi-26TZ
Fuel tanker version.
Mi-26T2
Improved version of the Mi-26T equipped with BREO-26 airborne electronic system, allowing it to fly any time, day or night, under good and bad weather conditions.
Mi-27
Proposed airborne command post variant; two prototypes built.
[edit]Operators

[edit]Military Operators


Mi-26 at the Kiev Aviation museum


Mil Mi-26 at Monino Museum (Moscow), 2006


Mi-26T at Zhukovski, 1997
Belarus
Belarusian Air Force has 10 aircraft in service as of January 2011.[16]
Cambodia
Royal Cambodian Air Force has two Mi-26s in use as of January 2011.[16]
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Air Force of the Democratic Republic of the Congo has one Mi-26 in service as of January 2011.[16][17]
India
Indian Air Force has three Mi-26s in use as of January 2012.[citation needed]
Kazakhstan
Kazakh Air and Air Defense Forces has four in service as of January 2011.[16]
Mexico
Mexican Air Force used to operate two units. Has one Mi-26 for sale.[18] It has one Mi-26 in inventory as of January 2011.[16]
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
North Korean Air Force operates four aircraft as of January 2011.[16]
Peru
Peruvian Army has one aircraft in service as of January 2011.[16]
Russia
Russian Air Force has 28 in operational use.[3]
Russian Army
Soviet Union
Soviet Air Force and Soviet Army Aviation passed their aircraft to successor states.
Ukraine
Ukrainian Air Force has 10 Mi-26s in use as of January 2011.[16]
Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan's Air Forces operates one Mi-26 as of January 2011.[16]
Venezuela
Venezuelan Army operates two aircraft as of November 2008.[17]
[edit]Civil operators
Romania
Rent Helicopters operates one Mi-26s built in USSR.
Belgium
Skytech offers charters of Mi-26 and other USSR-built helicopters. They used to have 2 Mi-26s based at Charleroi-Gosselies EBCI airport.
Canada
Airborne Energy Solutions operates one Mi-26 contracted from UTair Aviation
People's Republic of China
China Flying Dragon Aviation operates two Mi-26T.
Greece
Mi-26T "firebuster" 16 September 2000
India
Laos
Peru
Russia
Aeroflot
Avialift Vladivostok
UTair Aviation
Soviet Union
Aeroflot
Switzerland
Heliswiss International operates one Mi-26
[edit]Specifications (Mi-26)


Data from Jane's All The World's Aircraft 2003–2004[19]
General characteristics
Crew: Five– 2 pilots, 1 navigator, 1 flight engineer, 1 flight technician
Capacity:
90 troops or 60 stretchers
20,000 kg cargo (44,090 lb)
Length: 40.025 m (131 ft 3¾ in) (rotors turning)
Rotor diameter: 32.00 m (105 ft 0 in)
Height: 8.145 m (26 ft 8¾ in)
Disc area: 804.25 m2 (8,656.8 ft²)
Empty weight: 28,200 kg (62,170 lb)
Loaded weight: 49,600 kg (109,350 lb)
Max. takeoff weight: 56,000 kg (123,450 lb)
Powerplant: 2 × Lotarev D-136 turboshafts, 8,500 kW (11,399 shp) each
Performance
Maximum speed: 295 km/h (159 kt, 183 mph)
Cruise speed: 255 km/h (137 kt, 158 mph)
Range: 1,920 km (1,036 nmi, 1,190 mi) (with auxiliary tanks)
Service ceiling: 4,600 m (15,100 ft)
[edit]See also

Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era
Mil Mi-6
Mil Mi-12
CH-47 Chinook
CH-53E Super Stallion

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Muy superior al Chinook y al CH 53 SuperStallion


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Mensaje por tlalotoani el 23/8/2012, 7:13 pm

Hablando de los costos de hora de vuelo, Este bebé anda en el rango $80,000 y los $130,000 del águila la hora. Shocked
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La foto más chingona que recuerdo del Mi-26 es levantando a un helo, creo que occidental. jejeje.
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Creo esta es la imagen que mencionas.



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Monakyo101 escribió:
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Y pues ya entrados!!!!!!!!
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Esta es de mis favoritas en chernovil rociando productos quimicos.




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Y todavia esta volando o ya lo jubilaron... y si sigue volando le han hecho algunas mejoras? scratch
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uno se perdio en un accidente y otro esta parado.


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alodan escribió:Y todavia esta volando o ya lo jubilaron... y si sigue volando le han hecho algunas mejoras? scratch

Pues está de adorno :/ No vuela, se supone creo que oficialmente aún no causa baja, y por imagenes va a estar expuesto mañana y pasado en el show.

Al principio si llege a escuchar que lo iban a volver a levantar e incluso reponer el perdido, pero nunca se concreto.
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una mas de las compras nomas para tenerlas de adorno.


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... Me imagino que no usan por lo costoso que debe ser la hora de vuelo...


... Relamente sera una buena inversion tener estos monstruos...

... Porque mejor no cambiarlos por helicopteros artillados, para la FAM o que se le invierta mas a la investigacion militar, que de seguro hay muy buenos proyectos, pero por falta de presupuesto estan congelados...

... En el ejercito mexicano hay mucho talento... me consta...

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