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Date Posted: 08-Sep-2011 J ' A W ' A

Bell UH-1Y Venom


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UH-1Y VENOM PROCUREMENT Fiscal Year Quantit 04 05 06 07 08 09 6 4 7 9 11 15 Cumulative Total First Aircraft 6 10 17 26 37 52 166753 166768 167793 167800 167989

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19 18 15 15 15 15 11 160

71 89 104 119 134 149 160

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Two General Electric T700-GE-401C turboshaft engines, each rated at 1,153 kW (1,546 shp) max continuous; 1,264 kW (1,695 shp) for 30 minutes; and 1,363 kW (1,828 shp) OEI, 2 min 30 s. Transmission rated at 1,957 kW (2,625 shp). Internal fuel capacity 1,438 litres (380 US gallons; 316 Imp gallons), plus provision for carriage of two 291 litres (77.0 US gallon; 64.1 Imp gallon) external fuel tanks; total capacity 2,021 litres (534 US gallons; 445 Imp gallons). Accommodation

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Two pilots, crew chief and gunner; up to eight troops in main cabin on energy-attenuating crashworthy seats. Can accommodate six litters when used for casualty evacuation. S stems

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On board inert gas generating system (OBIGGS) reduces fire hazard in event of sustaining combat damage to fuel tanks. Hamilton Sundstrand APU. Primary DC generation by two 400 A, 28 V DC generators driven by the combining gearbox; AC power system of two 1,500 VA three-phase inverters; system accommodate load-shedding for emergency power. Ni-Cd battery, 25 Ah, able to power all essential systems for 20 minutes. Hydraulic system of two primary flight control systems (PC-1 and PC-2); pressure 207 bar (3,000 lb/sq in); systems power three main rotor actuators and one directional actuator of flight control system. One cylinder of each actuator powered by PC-1; other by PC-2. Both systems include transmissiondriven hydraulic pump, bootstrap (pressurised) reservoir, filter module, flight control actuators, integral stability and control augmentation system, oil cooler fan hydraulic motor and other components; PC-1 also includes rotor brake control unit. Automatic, four-axis flight control system with heading, altitude, attitude, speed and hover holds, hover wave-off and force trim. Avionics Comms

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AN/ARC-210 UHF/VHF radio with satcom and comsec features. Flight

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Embedded GPS/INS; AN/ARN-153 Tacan, VHF/UHF direction finder. Instrumentation Two 203 152 mm (8

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6 in) multifunction displays at each crew station; single 107 107 mm (4.2 4.2 in) dual function

display and data entry keyboard for each crew member in centre cockpit console. Mission

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FLIR Systems BRITE Star Block II navigation thermal imaging system (NTIS). Thales TopOwl helmet-mounted sighting system (HMSS). Self-defence

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Northrop Grumman AN/APR-39A(V)2 RWR; AN/AAR-47(V)2 missile approach warning system; AN/AVR-2A laser warning receiver; AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser system with 360 coverage. Equipment

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Fast rope gantries permanently installed on each side are deployable from within cabin. Armament

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Unguided Mk 66 2.75 in rockets in either LAU-61 (19 tube) or LAU-68 (seven tube) launcher pods; can be launched singly, in pairs or as salvo. IOC with Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) expected to be achieved during FY11. GAU16A 0.50 in machine gun, GAU-17A 7.62 mm minigun or M240D 7.62 mm lightweight machine gun.

Dimensions, E ternal Main rotor diameter Main rotor blade chord Tail rotor diameter Length: overall, rotors turning fuselage, tail rotor turning Height overall, tail rotor turning rotors turning Width: over skids rotors folded Tailplane span Fuselage ground clearance Areas Main rotor disc 168.11 m 2 (1,809.6 sq ft) Tail rotor disc 6.94 m 2 (74.66 sq ft) 14.63 m (48 ft 0 in) 0.63 m (2 ft 1 in) 2.97 m (9 ft 9 in) 17.78 m (58 ft 4 in) 14.88 m (48 ft 10 in) 4.44 m (14 ft 7 in) 3.78 m (12 ft 5 in) 2.59 m (8 ft 6 in) 4.60 m (15 ft 1 in) 3.05 m (10 ft 0 in) 0.43 m (1 ft 5 in)

Main rotor minimum ground clearance: static 2.62 m (8 ft 7 in)

Weights and Loadings Weight empty Max underslung load Max internal fuel weight Max T-O weight Max disc loading 5,370 kg (11,838 lb) 2,268 kg (5,000 lb) 1,172 kg (2,584 lb) 8,391 kg (18,500 lb) 49.9 kg/m (10.22 lb/sq ft)

Transmission loading at max T-O weight and power 4.29 kg/kW (7.05 lb/shp) Performance Max level speed Normal cruising speed Max rate of climb at S/L Rate of climb at S/L, OEI Service ceiling Max range Endurance, absolute g limit Contractor 198 kt (366 km/h; 227 mph) 153 kt (283 km/h; 176 mph) 768 m (2,520 ft)/min 226 m (740 ft)/min 6,100 m (20,000 ft) 350 n miles (648 km; 402 miles) 3 h 30 min +2.8

Mission radius, with eight troops, 30 min on station and 20 min reserves 129 n miles (239 km; 148 miles)

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