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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 00:14

spazsinbad wrote:PODcast at AvWeak by those who bin there talking about it - this one all about the F-35 - other things in later podcast


Far more fun actually attending (although there's a lot of boring stuff at AVIATION compared to SciTech). :D
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 01:41

Dragon029 wrote:I've found another means of downloading them all; I'll clean them up and upload them here later today.

You mean I paid my 10+-year-old overdue fees to get my library card for nothing????? :doh:

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Damn.... apparently I am going to need those after all. The library listed on the site is not "my" library even though they have the same name. :bang:
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 03:04

Dragon029 wrote:I've found another means of downloading them all; I'll clean them up and upload them here later today.

Looking forward to it
*edit* hah, and there they are
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 03:07

Dragon029 wrote:And that's all 17 released F-35 papers from the 2018 AIAA Aviation forum; still haven't seen any trace of that 18th paper about high angle of attack testing (not to be confused with one released back in 2014).

I think that was only an oral presentation.
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 03:14

Great Effort 'Dragon029' and thank you for it.
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 03:49

Awsome, thanks
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 05:22

Excellent :D
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 07:59

That F-35 Information Fusion document is excellent description of how fusion is done in F-35 (and to lesser extent F-22) and how it differs from 4th and 4++ gen fighters (with correlation and track blending). It also describes the benefits of such fusion system very well, although I'm sure most people still don't really understand just how powerful a closed loop sensor fusion system is.

What I found particularly interesting was the description of how MADL supports sensor fusion in F-35. It seems to share astonishing amount of data compared to legacy data links and the quality of data is also something else. A single F-35 is extremely impressive ISR node. A flight of F-35s is an ISR monster...

Btw, thank you for providing these documents!
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 08:09

I replied to the wrong thread :doh:

Moved to correct location
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Unread post03 Jul 2018, 09:34

Still nothing......... :?
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Unread post06 Jul 2018, 20:57

Dragon029 wrote:Air System Design Papers:
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F-35 Mission Systems Design, Development, and Verification 6.2018-3519.pdf

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Not immune to "Error! Reference source not found" eh? 4 in this one.

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Unread post07 Jul 2018, 00:03

Yeah, there's also errors in the weapons loadout chart in the weapons development paper (placement of weapon symbols not matching the describing text). At least with the reference issue I'm 99% certain they're just references to Fig 2, Fig 6, Fig 7 and Fig 8.
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Unread post07 Jul 2018, 01:26

LM PR seems to have 'gone dead' of late, no updates on anything except now the FAST FACTS for 02 JULY 2018 - BELOW:

https://a855196877272cb14560-2a4fa819a6 ... y_2018.pdf (1.1Mb)

145,000 hours - 650 pilots - 5,800 maintainers - 305 aircraft delivered 02 July 2018
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Unread post07 Jul 2018, 03:28

Really? SDD is complete; what is it LM is supposed to tell us?
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Unread post10 Jul 2018, 02:58

Some great material (for my interest anyway & soon to be posted elsewhere in forum) is in History of the Program PDF:

F-35 Program History – From JAST to IOC 16 May 2018: download/file.php?id=27741 (PDF 5.6Mb)
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