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The Eurofighter Typhoon is a twin-enginecanard — delta wingmultirole fighter. Disagreements over design authority and operational requirements led France to leave the consortium to develop the Dassault Rafale independently. A technology demonstration aircraft, the British Aerospace EAPfirst took flight on 6 August ; the first prototype of the finalised Eurofighter made its first flight on 27 March The aircraft’s name, Typhoon, was adopted in September ; the first production contracts were also signed that year.
Political issues in the partner nations significantly protracted the Typhoon’s development; the sudden end of the Cold War reduced European demand for fighter aircraft, and debate existed over the aircraft’s cost and work share. The air forces of OmanKuwait and Qatar are export customers, bringing the procurement total to aircraft as of [update]. The Eurofighter Typhoon is a highly agile aircraft, designed to be a supremely effective dogfighter in combat.
The Typhoon had its combat debut during the military intervention in Libya with the UK’s Royal Air Force and the Italian Air Force, performing aerial reconnaissance and ground-strike missions. The type has also taken primary responsibility for air-defence duties for the majority of customer nations.
The UK had identified a requirement for a new fighter as early as Although the British Aerospace designers rejected some of its advanced features such as engine vectoring nozzles and vented trailing edge controls,  a form of boundary layer controlthey agreed with the overall configuration. France produced the ACX. The UK produced two designs; the P.
The RAF rejected the P. One major external difference was the replacement of the side-mounted engine intakes with a chin intake.
InFrance reiterated its requirement for a carrier-capable version and demanded a leading role.
Design work continued over the next five years using data from the EAP. Bythe selection of the aircraft’s radar had become a major stumbling-block. The financial burdens placed on Germany by reunification caused Helmut Kohl to make an election promise to cancel the Eurofighter.
In concerns over workshare appeared. The UK cut its orders from toGermany from toItaly from to and Spain from to The next major milestone came at the Farnborough Airshow in September In November Spain confirmed its order but Germany delayed its decision. Further negotiations finally resulted in Germany’s approval to purchase the Eurofighter in October Production was again allotted according to procurement: On 2 Septembera naming ceremony was held at FarnboroughUnited Kingdom.
This saw the Typhoon name formally adopted, initially for export aircraft only. The name continues the storm theme started by the Panavia Tornado. In Septembercontracts were signed for production of Tranche 1 aircraft and procurement of long lead-time items for Tranche 2 aircraft. In Octoberthe Eurofighter nations were considering splitting the fighter Tranche 3 into two parts. A contract for the first part, Tranche 3A, was signed at the end of July for aircraft split across the four partner nations, including 40 aircraft for the UK, 31 for Germany, 21 for Italy and 20 for Spain.
The Eurofighter Typhoon is unique in modern combat aircraft in that there are four separate assembly lines. Each partner company assembles its own national aircraft, but builds the same parts for all aircraft including exports ; Premium AEROTEC main centre fuselage EADS CASA right wing, leading edge slatsBAE Systems front fuselage including foreplanescanopy, dorsal spine, tail fin, inboard flaperons, rear fuselage section and Leonardo left wing, outboard flaperonsrear fuselage sections.
Production is divided into three tranches see table below. Tranche 3 are based on late Tranche 2 aircraft with improvements added. Tranche 3 was split into A and B parts. Batch 1 covered block 1, but batch 2 covered blocks 2, 2B and 5. On 25 May the th production aircraft, ZK, rolled off the production line at Warton. Defence Secretary Liam Fox responded that “I am determined that in the future such projects are properly run from the outset, and I have announced reforms to reduce equipment delays and cost overruns.
On 11 Septemberthe combined flying time of the five customer Air Forces and the industrial Flight Test programme saw the aircraft pass the 50, flight hours milestone. As of Julya total of orders had been received with delivered.
In the “second element of the Phase 1 Enhancements package known as ‘P1Eb'” was announced, allowing “Typhoon to realise both its air-to-air and air-to-ground capability to full effect”. Budgetary pressures being encountered by the four original partner nations have limited upgrades  None of the partner nations have confirmed an order for Tranche 3Bs, which would have been “optimized for future higher-tempo air-to-air and strike operations”, and Germany has cut its own orders short to avoid the model.
The latest support for self-protection will however originate from the new aesa radar which is to replace the Captor system, providing in a spiralled programme with passive, active and cyberwarfare RF capabilities.
It will provide an off-board capability to decoy RF guided missile seekers and fire control radars, producing large miss distance and angle break lock, thanks to self-contained coherent technique generation processing and high-power batteries that allow at least ten seconds of life after firing activation, in addition to rapid-response capabilities. Eurojet is attempting to find funding to test a thrust vectoring nozzle TVN on a flight demonstrator.
And it is extremely interesting to consider the potential benefits in the air-to-surface configuration thanks to the increased variety and flexibility of stores that can be carried. The Airbus offer is similar to that being performed as part of Project Centurion for the UK Royal Air Force, transferring the weapons and capabilities from the Tornado over to the Typhoon. Integration of air-to-ground weapons already has begun on German Typhoons as part of Project Odin.
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Among the weapons being offered for integration as part of the Tornado replacement program are the Kongsberg Joint Strike Missile for the anti-ship mission and the Taurus cruise missile. Taurus already has undergone a partial integration because of its similar size, shape and weight to the Storm Shadow. Airbus also is proposing adding the ability to perform destruction and suppression of enemy air defense missions using emitter detection systems that are yet to be integrated onto the aircraft, as well as the Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile AARGM.
This will be combined with a new design and enlarged 1,litre fuel tank. Other modifications will include the Aerodynamic Modification Kit, test flown into improve maneuverability and handling, particularly with heavy weapon loads. Eurofighter says they also are comfortable with delivering integration of the U. B61 nuclear weapon onto the aircraft, a process that requires U.
Paltzo said he was confident the U. The Typhoon is a highly agile aircraft at both supersonic and low speeds, achieved through having an intentionally relaxed stability design. It has a quadruplex digital fly-by-wire control system providing artificial stability, as manual operation alone could not compensate for the inherent instability. The fly-by-wire system is described as “carefree”, and prevents the pilot from exceeding the permitted manoeuvre envelope.
Roll control is primarily achieved by use of the wing elevons. Pitch control is by operation of the foreplanes and elevons, the yaw control is by rudder. Although not designated a stealth fighter  measures were taken to reduce the Typhoon’s radar cross section RCSespecially from the frontal aspect. Many important potential radar targets, such as the wing, canard and fin leading edges, are highly swept, so will reflect radar energy well away from the front sector.
The manufacturers have carried out tests on the early Eurofighter prototypes to optimise the low observability characteristics of the aircraft from the early s.
While canards generally have poor stealth characteristics,  the flight control system is designed to maintain the elevon trim and canards at an angle at which they have the smallest RCS. The Typhoon features a glass cockpit without any conventional instruments.
Reversionary flying instruments, lit by LEDsare located under a hinged right glareshield. The integral ladder is stowed in the port side of the fuselage, below the cockpit. User needs were given a high priority in the cockpit’s design; both layout and functionality was created through feedback and assessments from military pilots and a specialist testing facility.
German Air Force and Austrian Air Force pilots wear a hydrostatic g -suit called Libelle dragonfly Multi G Plus instead,    which also provides protection to the arms, theoretically giving more complete g tolerance.
In the event of pilot disorientationthe Flight Control System allows for rapid and automatic recovery by the simple press of a button. On selection of this cockpit control the FCS takes full control of the engines and flying controls, and automatically stabilises the aircraft in a wings level, gentle climbing attitude at knots, until the pilot is ready to retake control. The FCS system is able to detect a developing low-speed situation and to raise an audible and visual low-speed cockpit warning.
This gives the pilot sufficient time to react and to recover the aircraft manually. If the pilot does not react, however, or if the warning is ignored, the ALSR takes control of the aircraft, selects maximum dry power for the engines and returns the aircraft to a safe flight condition.
It was the first production DVI system used in a military cockpit. DVI provides the pilot with an additional natural mode of command and control over approximately 26 non-critical cockpit functions, to reduce pilot workload, improve aircraft safety, and expand mission capabilities. An important step in the development of the DVI occurred in when Texas Instruments completed the TMSC30, a digital signal-processor, enabling reductions in the size and system complexity required.
The DVI system is speaker-dependent, requiring each pilot to create a template. It is not used for safety-critical or weapon-critical tasks, such as weapon release or lowering of the undercarriage, but is used for a wide range of cockpit functions. All functions are also achievable by means of a conventional button-press or soft-key selections; functions include display management, communications, and management of various systems.
British EnglishAmerican Englishetc. Navigation is via both GPS and an inertial navigation system.
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Protective countermeasures consist of chaffflaresan electronic countermeasures ECM suite and a towed radar decoy TRD. Traditionally each sensor in an aircraft is treated as a discrete source of information; however this can result in conflicting data and limits the scope for the automation of systems, hence increasing pilot workload.
To overcome this, the Typhoon employs what are now known as sensor fusion techniques. The AIS physically comprises two essentially separate units: By having a single source of information, pilot workload should be reduced by bundedwehrplan the possibility of conflicting data and the need for cross-checking, improving situational awareness and increasing systems automation.
This should aid in limiting the detectability of the Typhoon by opposing aircraft further reducing pilot workload.
This was achieved by translating the MADL messages into Link 16 format, thus allowing a F in stealth mode to communicate directly with the Typhoon.
Synthetic Aperture Radar is expected to be fielded as part of the AESA radar upgrade which will give the Eurofighter an all-weather ground attack capability. The first flight of a Eurofighter equipped with a “mass model” of the Captor-E occurred in late Februarywith flight tests of the actual radar beginning in July of that year. Bundeswegrplan used with the radar in an air-to-air role, it functions as an infrared search and track system, providing passive target detection and tracking.
In an air-to-surface role, it performs target identification and acquisition. By supercooling the sensor, the system can detect even small variations in temperature at a long range. The IIR sensor has a stabilised mount so that it can maintain a target within its field of view. In MTT mode the bindeswehrplan will scan a designated volume space looking for potential targets.
Both Sector and Slave Acquisition demonstrate the level of sensor fusion present in the Typhoon.