|| Yak-152. Modeling.
The primary trainer Yak-152 included into the UTK-Yak training system and is intended for pupil- pilots primary teaching and professional selection at early stages of training process.
The Yak-152 is a single-engine, two-seater, low-wing monoplane of a classical configuration with a retractable tricycle landing gear with nose wheel and the M-14X engine. Shock-absorbing properties of the landing gear with low pressure tires, short takeoff and landing run make it possible to operate the aircraft on small unprepared airfields.
The aircraft-mounted equipment enables the pupil-pilot to acquire the skill of using the up-to-date flight-navigation, radio communication and aiming equipment.The Yak-152 has a tandem cockpit configuration for two pilots. The front seat is intended for the pupil-pilot, the rear one is for the instructor. One crew member may fly the aircraft from either seat. The aircraft is equipped with the SKS-94M ejection system to provide safe escape for crew members.
High reliability, simple structure, access to the system units and pipelines ensure easy maintenance with minimum costs for flight preparation with minimum available ground servicing equipment. The wing aerodynamic configuration, wing planform and airfoil have been selected to provide the aircraft functions of primary training and aerobatics.
It is planned to use the Yak-152 aircraft in aero clubs and flying schools that makes it possible to train skilled pilots and sports aircraft pilots in a short period of time at minimum costs.
|Takeoff weight||1320 kg|
|Engine power||360 h.p.|
|Max speed||500 km/h|
|Stalling speed||100 km/h|
|Limit loads||+9/-7 g|
|Maximum fuel load||200 kg|
|Maximum range||1000 km|
|Takeoff/landing run||175/360 m|
|Service life||10 000 hours|
|Calendar life||30 years|