China's FL-3000N missile maneuvers at 20G | Deagel

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  1. Martian

    Martian Respected Member Senior Member

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    Lateral maneuverability comparison.

    F-35: 5G
    Most air-superiority fighters: 9G
    China's Anjian (or Dark Sword) UCAV: 12 to 15G
    China's FL-3000N anti-missile missile: 20G
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    China's FL-3000N anti-missile missile has two frontal and four aft fins to enable maneuverability at 20G.
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    FL-3000N | Deagel

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    FL-3000N unit on the left. Type 1030 CIWS to the right.
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    FL-3000N uses a "dual Passive Radio Frequency and Imaging Infra-Red seeker for guidance."

    Defense Updates: FL-3000N / HHQ-10 Missile CIWS Air Defense System

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    20 mothereffing g

    So, China can engage any aircraft with 5 g capability. :pound:Good to know.
     
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    i think this is the export variant. whats the difference between the fl-3000 and the fl-2000?
     
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    China's YJ-18 ASCM maneuvers at 10G | Deagel

    Lateral maneuverability comparison.

    F-35: 5G
    Most air-superiority fighters: 9G
    China's YJ-18 ASCM (anti-ship cruise missile): 10G
    China's Anjian (or Dark Sword) UCAV: 12 to 15G
    China's FL-3000N anti-missile missile: 20G
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    How to kill a capital ship with 3 Chinese YJ-18 ASCMs

    China's YJ-18 flies at 4.6 meters above the water.[1] By sending 3 Chinese YJ-18 ASCMs in tandem formation (which means in a row), it appears there is only one incoming missile on radar. By programming the missile computers to break formation and separate at 40km, the target capital ship will be surprised to see 3 simultaneous incoming Mach 3 maneuverable warheads.

    1. China’s newest powerful anti-ship missiles can sink Aegis destroyer | China Daily Mail

    "The missile cruises at a subsonic speed of Mach 0.8 and at an altitude of 4.6 metres until it is 40 to 55 km away from its target.

    Then it separates from its rear part and accelerates to Mach 2.9 within the 40-km range of the missile defence of its target warship, leaving its target warship not enough time to respond."
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    YJ-18 | Deagel

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    One caveat: The YJ-18 missile maneuvers at 10G. The YJ-18 warhead maneuverability specification is unknown.

     
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    China's HQ-19 ABM Interceptor maneuvers at 60G | GlobalSecurity

    Lateral maneuverability comparison.

    F-35: 5G
    Most air-superiority fighters: 9G
    China's YJ-18 ASCM (anti-ship cruise missile): 10G
    China's Anjian (or Dark Sword) UCAV: 12 to 15G
    China's FL-3000N anti-missile missile: 20G
    China's HQ-19 ABM (anti-ballistic missile) Interceptor: 60G
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    HQ-19 Anti-Ballistic Missile Interceptor | GlobalSecurity

    "[T]he development of the HQ-19 motor - a solid propellant engine demonstration with a specific impulse of 260s, mass ratio of 0.85 and able to provide the necessary power for maneuverability 60g to track down the head of ballistic missile."

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    Hongqi-19 (HQ-19) Archives - Missile Threat

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    "Published on Jan 28, 2013
    China on Sunday conducted the second test of a new anti-ballistic missile defense interceptor.

    This is one of the video clips circulating in Chinese Internet about this anti-missile interceptor fired to test China's ground-based mid-course missile intercept technology. The test was carried out on Jan. 27th, 2013 when the U.S. conducted a successful test of a long-range anti-missile interceptor on the same day."

     
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    Oh the poor Martian, the quintessential self leading dog with very little knowledge and a Napoleon complex. :laugh:

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    Robert L Shaw, author of Fighter Combat-Tactics and Maneuvering. A highly experienced pilot who write books for other pilots.

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    For the morons who still cannot read and understand.For a successful missile intercept, the missile needs atleast 5 times the G-capability of the target. The closer you are to sea level the more drag the interceptor experiences.

    Now let's come to the communist god and its creations.

    The RAM equivalent from China will barely be able to intercept a flying brick and not even that when the brick is pulling more than 5 g i.e. the maneuverability of a WW2 aircraft. The idea that this thing is capable of intercepting a subsonic missile doing evasive maneuvers is laughable.

    As for the "THAAD" equivalent HQ-19.:pound:60g capability and claims of being THAAD are also hilarious. Barak-8 with its 80 g lateral acceleration is said to have limited ABM capabilities.

    It is just sad that I don't get much time these days.:rofl:
     

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