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HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts

HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts is a concerned topic to know about. Nowadays India’s Defense is majorly concentrating on LCA Tejas which is a fighter Aircrafts made by HAL. It is expected that this HAL Tejas will be one step ahead from the Pakistan made JF 17. The features of HAL Tejas as compared with JF 17 is unique. Check here all the information regarding HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts.

HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts

HAL TEJAS

First flight 4 January 2001

HAL Tejas is an Indian single-seat, single-jet engine, multi-role light fighter developed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. It has double delta wing configuration with no tailplanes or canard, and a single dorsal fin. And has technologies such as relaxed static stability, fly-by-wire flight control system, multi-mode radar, integrated digital avionics system, composite material structures, and a flat rated engine.

HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts

JF 17 THUNDER

First flight 25 August 2003

JF-17 Thunder is a lightweight, single-engine, multi-role combat aircraft developed jointly by the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC). The JF-17 can be used for aerial reconnaissance, ground attack and aircraft interception.

HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder 4.5 Generation Aircrafts

Comparison of HAL Tejas Vs JF 17 Thunder

 Features  India  Pakistan
 Type of Engine Low Bypass Turbofan (Single GE F414-IN20) Turbofan (Single Klimov RD93 OR WS-13)
 Technology Digital fly by wire, Glass cockpit and Open System Architecture Avionics Digital fly by wire, Glass cockpit and Open System Architecture Avionics
 Structure Carbon fibre Composites, Aluminum  Alloy and Titanium Alloy Aluminum and Steel Alloy made semi monocoque
 Fuel Capacity  725L in drop tanks, 1200L and 800L in under wing inboard 800L in drop tanks, 1100L and 800L in under wing inboard
 Radar  ELTA EM 302 and AESA KLJ7 and Thale RC 400
 Empty Weight  7070 kg   6411 kg
 Take Off Weight (Max)  9850 kg   9072 kg
 Take Off Distance (Max)  460m   609m
 Landing Distance (Min)  750m   823m
 Afterburner Thrust  84 KN   84.4 KN
Manoeuvrability -3g/+8g  -3g/+8g

Aerospace Engineering Elements Pulse Detonation Engine

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