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hesham wrote:

Hi,

also in that Russian site,a many Mil helicopter projects;

Heavy lift a project of heavy lift helicopter with rotor
diameter 60m,1950s.
M-3 two-seat helicopter (not related to Mi-3).
V-50 heavy assault transport helicopter powered by one
ASH-62 engine,led to Mi-6.
Plant 329 light helicopter powered by turbojet engine.
Mi-26 early project with four D-136 engines.
Mi-383 military Mi-38.

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/8/

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/9/

http://www.militaryparitet.com/nomen/russia/avia/data/ic_nomenrussiaavia/60/




The M-3 from Petrus of SPF;

Just as a footnote to the history of Mil desings, a project of a two-rotor (!) helicopter whose designation was M-3. It was to have a M-226GR engine (derived from the ASh-62 engine). Its all-up weight was to be 4100 kg.



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Model of the Mi-XI high-speed helicopter at HeliRussia-2008

http://www.flamber.ru/files/photos/1211922554/1215030817_g.jpg

MRVK (Multipurpose unmanned robotic helicopter complex)

http://www.flamber.ru/files/photos/1211922554/1215031294_g.jpg

http://www.flamber.ru/files/photos/1211922554/1215031306_g.jpg



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Mi-34AS (turbine version), mock-up only.

Also from Helirussia 2008.



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what is that big dome on the back



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Housing for the powerplant.



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thats a preaty big powerplant then



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Commander31 wrote:

Next is the V-7, an experimental 4-seat light helicopter with egg-shaped fuselage and skids. It was powered by two AI-7 tip-mounted ramjets and one prototype first flew in 1959.


 

Hi Commander31, here is another photo.



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Model of the Mi-40 from Jane's Pocket Guide to Modern Military Helicopters, by Tim Ripley



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Stingray wrote:

Early artist's impression of the Mi-28 "Havoc", from International Combat Arms, September 1989.


 

Color copy

http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/imgs/mil-mi28-havoc_3.jpg



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Hi all

here a photo from "Avico press"

As I don't understand Russian, it seem to me that

this is a model of mil V2 ????

Someone could say ?

With my thanks

Bye 



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Topics merged.

Paul, I can't confirm it, but it's quite possibly the cancelled V-3 project:

https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/mil-mi-3



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Hi Stingray

Mil V3........Thank you.

Hi all

I've found this 2 photos labelled " Mil V12 studies" !

Do you know more ?

Thanks



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touratier wrote:

Hi all

I've found this 2 photos labelled " Mil V12 studies" !

Do you know more ?

Thanks


 

These were some of the early planned configurations for the V-12 "Homer". See this link, scroll down to the pictures.

https://sites.google.com/site/stingrayslistofrotorcraft/mil-v-12?pli=1



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Hi Gunship.

Truly well ! Thank you very much.

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Mi-54 model and concepts



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Mi-52 concept model



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Mi-46 concept



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Mi-44 concept



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Mi-30 concept



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Mi-26K flying-crane concept and Mi-46T concept



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Thanks for all of these!!!



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IIRC, ICA got it from the USDoD pub, "Soviet military power 1989".



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Found this Mi-34 vs R-44 Russian video quite intresting, it starts in about in half. I liked how Russians test Mi-34 airframe for G forces(helicopter bungee jump), some good blade flapping and hard landing footage.



-- Edited by Hell(i)Master on Monday 12th of November 2012 05:43:19 PM

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Thanks, Mil!

This was the Mi-24VD rear-gun experimental. It was actually modified from an Mi-24V, Not the Mi-24B. wink



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Shooting installation for protection of a back hemisphere of the helicopter, being tested on Mi-24B (the machine gun is removed). On the left side of installation there was a big landing hatch



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