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Mockup of Mil Mi-60 MAI exhibited by Rostvertol at Moscow Salon, August 2001

TYPE: Three-seat helicopter. PROGRAMME: Announced July 2000, when mockup under construction at Kazan helicopter factory; this exhibited at Moscow Salon in August 2001, promoted by Rostvertol, which considering establishing production line. Building of prototype was to have begun in 2001; development cost US$30 million, including US$2.58 million for scientific research and US$15.77 million for prototypes and preparation for series production; estimated unit cost US$140,000 to US$150,000. Programme included in Russian federal aviation plan for 2002-10, but no further announcements made by early 2004. Development under leadership of M.N.Tishchenko of Moscow Aviation Institute, thus designated Mi-60 MAI; financed by Ministry of Education. Maintenance-free rotor hub; airframe TBO of 2,000 hours. LANDING GEAR: Skid type. POWER PLANT: One or two pston engine driving main gearbox via a belt; option of one 195hp Textron Lycoming HIO-360-F1AD, one 237hp VAZ-426 or two 113hp Rotax 914Fs.

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Mil Mi-60MAI

Technical data for Mi-60MAI with Textron Lycoming engine

Main rotor diameter: 10.0m, normal take-off weight: 800kg, max take-off weight: 1115kg, max level speed: 200km/h, max cruising speed: 175km/h, economic cruising speed: 85km/h, max vertical rate of climb at S/L: 228m/min, hovering ceiling, IGE: 1800m, service ceiling: 4900m, range: 400km, endurance: 3h 40min

A.amini, e-mail, 20.11.2009reply

i need the follow book
Tishchenko, M.N. and Nagaraj, V. T., ENAE 634 Helicopter Design Lecture Notes,
University of Maryland, College Park, 2004.
and email of m.n.tishchenko
pleas send email for me

Stormwerk, e-mail, 25.07.2009reply

Hellow, kiran! I know much information about the project. I worked under the one from 1997 to 2000 as an engineer. Inform me if it is still interesting for you.

kiran, e-mail, 20.04.2009reply

will u send me model sketch of your project let me know something about your project please

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