CN 235 Aircraft Definition

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AIRCRAFTDEFINITION AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Military- Transport Aircraft MCM Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information information and shall not be used or This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary and shall not be used or disclosed without the without the prior writtenof EADS-CASA, Sociedad UnipersonalUnipersonal disclosed prior written permission permission of EADS-CASA, Sociedad 0 July, 2007 AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Contents CN-235-300 Basic Equipment Three View Drawing g Cargo Cabin Cockpit Communications and Navigation System Flight Controls Landing Gear Power Plant Fuel System Hydraulic System Electrical System Environmental Control System and Pressurisation Ice Protection System Fire Protection System Oxygen System Lighting System Performance Soft Field Capability Manoeuvrability Ground Performance Payload – Range The CN 235 in Numbers CN-235 MCM - Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA, Sociedad Unipersonal 1 0 m (22 ft 11 in) MCM .9 m (12 ft 8 in) 7.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION 6.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Sociedad Unipersonal 8.40 m (70 ft 2 in) 3.1 m (26 ft 10 in) 17 Three View Drawing 2 .92 m (22 ft 9 in) 21. 6 9 65 m (31 6 ft) 3. the CN-235 can efficiently transport bulky cargo.27m x 0.70m / 8.50m) (2.90m) (5. The main cabin is furnished with a lining covering the entire interior to ensure thermoacoustical insulation and a comfortable interior finish.90m /6. For bulky cargo transport such as fighter engines or artillery. the cargo is secured to hard points on the floor structure by means of cargo straps and cargo chains.65 (31.695 cu ft) RAMP AREA WINCH EMERGENCY DOOR (0.9 ft) Constant Cross Section along the Cabin 2.7 ft 2.90m) (5.7 ft x 2.1 ft x 2. air conditioning ducts and electric wiring and provides protection against damage from cargo or passengers.7 ft x 2.9 ft) MAIN CABIN 48 m3 (1.36 m / 7. CREW DOOR (1. personnel or paratroops.9 ft x 1.70m) (4.3 ft) PARATROOP DOOR (1. Sociedad Unipersonal 1.04m (9 9 3 04m (9.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.9 ft) 9.75m x 0.8 ft MCM .91m x 0. The cargo cabin can be quickly reconfigured to fulfil each required mission.75m x 0.2 ft t 3 .AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Cargo Cabin In its basic configuration.6 ft) PARATROOP DOOR (1. the lining covers the control cables. four easily foldable seats are attached to the rear doors. while the lateral seats are simply stowed against the cabin sidewalls. In high density configuration.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Troop Transport Configuration The normal seating configuration accommodates 36 troops in lateral sidewall seats. Sociedad Unipersonal 4 . The central row seats are stowed in easily accessible underfloor compartments.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. a central seat row provides 15 more places. 36 Fully y Equipped Troops 51 Training Troops Paratroops Dropping Configuration The CN-235 accommodates up to 35 fully equipped paratroops plus one loadmaster. MCM . Retrieval of a hung-up parachutist can be safely achieved with the help of the cargo winch. without interfering with the door operation. Two anchor cables run along the cabin and the ramp and allow jumping either through the side doors or the ramp. The fittings are compatible with standard NATO stretchers (*).Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. each one with a capacity of three stretchers. Sociedad Unipersonal 5 . sidewall hook supports. up to four seated medical attendants can be accommodated. Structural provisions are permanently installed in both the sidewall and the ceiling. moreover. not included in the proposed configuration MCM . floor fittings supports and Up to 18 Stretchers (*) (*) Stretchers are Customer Furnished Equipment (CFE). The aircraft can accommodate up to 18 NATO standard stretchers (*) located at six stations.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Medevac Configuration The cargo cabin can be configured for medical evacuation (Medevac) missions. The Medevac kit includes the harnesses. one full face mask. the left and right consoles. MCM . A foldable observer seat can be provided in case a third member should be required. portable oxygen bottle. Pilot workload has been reduced by the use of an advanced avionics system with five multifunctional displays. Sociedad Unipersonal 6 . The cockpit controls and displays are distributed in the main instrument panel.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Cockpit The CN-235-300 cockpit allows all types of operations to be performed by a crew of two.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. The cockpit is equipped with smoke goggles. portable spotlight and lifejackets. the central pedestal panel and in the overhead panels. portable extinguishers of Halon/water type. surveillance and navigation requirements for operations in civil and military environments. Sociedad Unipersonal 7 .AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Communications and Navigation Systems The Communications and Navigation System have been designed to support present and future communication.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM EQUIPMENT Equipment U/VHF HF IFF TCAS Interphone Public Address ELT Model AN/ARC-210 HF-9000 APX-119 TCAS 4000 DADS PACIS A06 Manufacturer Rockwell-Collins Rockwell-Collins Raytheon Rockwell-Collins AVTECH AVTECH CEIS Qty 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 NAVIGATION SYSTEM EQUIPMENT Equipment Air Data Computer AHRS EFIS FMS WXR Radar RADALT VOR/ILS/MB DME ADF FDR Autopilot Model 90040 AHC-3000A EFIS-85 B14 UNS-1F WXR-350 WXR 350 ALT-4000 VIR-32 DME-42 ADF-462 SSFDR APS-65F Manufacturer B&D Rockwell-Collins Rockwell-Collins Universal Rockwell-Collins Rockwell Collins Rockwell-Collins Rockwell-Collins Rockwell-Collins Rockwell-Collins Honeywell H ll Rockwell-Collins Qty 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 The above equipment models (current models) are proposed subject to the availability from the manufacturers by the time that the purchase order is placed. MCM . Adequate growth provisions have been made to allow addition of new systems and new functions that may be required in the future. The following description applies to the basic CN-235-300 configuration. The systems use Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) equipment providing high reliability and performance in a cost effective solution. control. The Ground Gust Lock System prevents damage of the flight controls when the aircraft is on the ground. The Flap System is hydraulically powered : there are two flap surfaces on each wing. Take Off. Sociedad Unipersonal 8 . – Lateral Control: dual interconnected mechanical control paths move both ailerons. Each elevator surface is provided with an electrically operated trim tab and a geared tab. The nose powered. Inflation pressure is 76 psi. There is also routing segregation between Primary Flight Controls systems and Trim Control systems.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.00 . Each aileron has an electrically operated trim tab and a geared tab. the primary control surfaces are mechanically operated by means of push-pull rods and closed-loop cables. The legs retract rearwards into a fuselage nacelle. Approach. Control system separation between redundant control paths minimises the probability of total failure from a single cause. Landing. gear steering system is hydraulically powered with mechanical control The brake system is hydraulically operated and incorporates an anti-skid control system. MCM . with independent oleo-pneumatic type shock-absorber units. Twinwheel nose landing gear is an option in CN-235. The flap setting is achieved by selecting one of four predetermined positions on the flap control lever: Up.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Flight controls The Flight Control System is a conventional mechanical system. each flap panel is supported on two tracks attached to the wing structure by two carriages. Retraction and extension is effected by an hydraulic actuator. Landing Gear The main landing gear has two interconnected levered legs in tandem configuration on each side. The rudder has a geared tab and an electrically powered trim tab. – Longitudinal control: dual interconnected mechanical control paths move both elevators. An independent emergency/park brake system is operated through a hand lever and is powered by an hydraulic accumulator. The nose gear has one tubeless tyre 8.12 /10PR tyres inflated to 58 psi. The nose landing gear is located in a non-pressurised wheel bay under the cockpit and is equipped with a single wheel levered type leg with oleo-pneumatic shock absorber. The main landing gear has two tubeless 11. – Directional Control: a single control chain moves the rudder from the pilot and copilot pedals.50-10/12PR. MCM . The engine inlet has an “S” shaped air intake duct in order to prevent ‘FOD’ (Foreign Object Damage) Propeller The CN-235-300 is equipped with two Hamilton Sundstrand Type 14RF-37 four-bladed propellers with hydraulically controlled variable pitch. with the propeller stopped.750 1. The APU mode delivers DC electrical power and bleed air for the aircraft systems. The guaranteed performance for the General Electric CT7-9C3 engine (installed. The propellers have a diameter of 3. ISA conditions.5OC 38.66 meters (12 ft) and maximum rotation speed is 1. The right engine is fitted with a propeller brake. feathering and reverse capability. each engine is made up of two main assemblies: the Power Unit Assembly or Gas Generator and the Propeller Gearbox. the engine gas generator can be used as an Auxiliary Power Unit.5OC 41OC 15OC The CT7-9C3 engine incorporates modular construction.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Engine The CN-235-300 is powered by two General Electric CT7-9C3 turboprop engines.384 rpm. for ground operation.870 1. driving Hamilton Sundstrand 14 RF-37 four bladed propellers. static) with 100% propeller rpm at Sea Level.750 1.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Sociedad Unipersonal 9 . is: – Engine rating – Take-off – APR – Maximum continuous – Maximum cruise SHP 1.700 Up to ambient temperature of 38. Pressure refuelling of all four tanks is done through a standard single point valve in the refuel/defuel panel on the right main landing gear fairing nacelle.220 litres In normal operating conditions. Hydraulic pressure is supplied by two DC Electrical Motor Pumps On the ground the hydraulic system can be powered from an external GPU or from a hydraulic cart. fuel is fed to each engine by a jet pump from the collector tank located within the corresponding main tank. MCM .590 1 590 litres each 5. Hydraulic fluid is stored in a bootstrap type reservoir with a capacity of 10 litres at a nominal working pressure of 50 psi. airless type system with a nominal operating pressure of 207 bar (3000 psi). – Brakes (Normal and Emergency/Parking Brake) – Nose Wheel Steering – Rear Cargo Door and Ramp – Propeller Brake Pumps. ground. Hydraulic System The Hydraulic System is a closed-centre. Defuelling can be forced or by gravity. The tanks can also be filled by gravity through a lightning safe cap on each tank.020 litres each 1.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Fuel System Fuel is carried in four integral tanks in the wings. The usable fuel capacity of each tank is: – Inboard tanks(Main): – Outboard tanks (Auxiliary): – Total usable fuel: 1. The hydraulic system powers to the following subsystems: – Wing Flaps – Landing Gear normal extraction and retraction.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Sociedad Unipersonal 10 . of electro-pneumatic type. A connector for external DC ground power is located in the right landing gear fairing. The Pressurisation System. Two batteries are also provided for limited ground use.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. and as source of DC power in emergency conditions.900 ft with aircraft flying at 25. provided by three DC driven inverters. Environmental Control System and Pressurisation The Environmental Control System.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Electrical System The primary electrical power for the EADS CASA CN-235 is provided by two engine-driven DC starter-generators. Sociedad Unipersonal 11 . engine starting on the ground or in flight. the aircraft is equipped with two fully independent AC systems: – The constant frequency system. MCM . obtains the compressor bleed air from high pressure and low pressure ports in each engine. which provides temperature control in the flight deck area.5 psi corresponding to a cabin altitude of 7.000 ft altitude. air conditioning is provided by the left engine operating in APU mode mode. When the aircraft is on the ground. Additionally. – The wild frequency system powered by two engine driven generators. is able to maintain a positive differential pressure of 5. the main cabin and the avionics bays. The cabin is provided with photoelectric smoke detectors. MCM . stabiliser and fin. Anti-collision Lights. for the crew and three portable oxygen bottles for use by the passengers. made up of two interconnected pressurized cylinders.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Wing Inspection Lights. Landing/Taxi Lights. The exterior lighting subsystem consists of the Navigation Lights. additionally. Propellers blades. Lighting System The CN-235-300 Lighting System provides the required external and internal illumination CN 235 300 for all flight/ground environments. windshield and AOA sensors are protected against ice formation by means of electrically heating. Sociedad Unipersonal 12 . Runway Turn-Off Lights and Emergency Lights. Fire Protection System The Power Plant is protected against fire consequences with an electrical detection system and a extinguishing system consisting of two Halon dischargeable extinguishers.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Ice Protection System The Ice Protection System for the Aerodynamics Surfaces is made up of conventional pneumatic de-icing system with inflatable rubber boots. Oxygen System The oxygen system consists of a fixed installation of high pressure gaseous type. two Halon portable extinguishers are located in the cargo cabin and one in the cockpit. using engine bleed air. bonded to the leading edges of the wing. The engine air intake is also protected with rubber inflatable boots. R1 = R2 = R3 = 4. The flotation characteristics of the undercarriage. which uses low-pressure tyres. at its MTOW.2 ft) (62. 160 Kts).8 ft) (31. allowing more than 200 passes of operations in a field with CBR4. with a CBR index (California Bearing Ratio) lower than 3.18 m 9. allows operation from soft field surfaces.98 m MCM . Manoeuvrability Excellent handling qualities. Small turning radius allows the CN-235 to operate at ease from remote airfields with very narrow runways and limited apron space for parking. unprepared surfaces.28 m 8.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION CN 235 300 CN-235-300 PERFORMANCE Soft Field Capability The impressively strong landing gear of the CN-235 is designed for routine operations from rough. fast engine response times and outstanding manoeuvrability allow safe operations at very low level close to the ground The sustained turn radius of the ground.246 ft) (at 90% of MTOW.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.50 m (14 ft) (26.3 ft) R4 = 18. Sociedad Unipersonal 13 . CN-235-300 is only 380 metres (1. 075 ft) 50 ft – LANDING at MLW (16.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION Ground Performance The CN-235-300 has been designed to operate in short and unpaved runways. STOL techniques have been certified.380 lb) ISA.500 kg.500 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Range (nm) MCM .000 7. S/L (Short Field Technique) g q – Take-off run – Take-off run to 50 ft 404 m (1.000 PL (lb) 15.000 10.950 kg / 13.025 ft) Payload-Range PL (kg) 7.380 lb) ISA.000 2.500 kg.000 5.240 50 ft 617 m (2. S/L (Short Field Technique) – Landing run – Landing run from 50 ft 378 m (1 240 ft) (1.000 4.250 lb 5.000 0 0 393 2233 2730 2. 36.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.838 kg / 6.000 2 000 1. – TAKE-OFF at MTOW (16. Sociedad Unipersonal 14 .000 2.000 6.120 lb 12.325 ft) 633 m (2. 36.500 5.500 3. 04 m 1.550 kg 5220 litres 454 km/h 7.0 g MCM .500 kg 16 500 k 14.16 646 ft2 22 ft 9 in 12 ft 8 in 31 ft 8 in 10 ft 6 ft 3 in 8 ft 10 in 1.084 lb 36.65 m 3.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.500 kg 5.100 kg 16.120 lb 7.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION The Cn-235 in Numbers Overall Length: Wing Span: Overall Height: Wing aspect ratio Gross Wing Area: Wheel Base: Wheel Track: g g g p Cargo Hold Length (excluding ramp): Ramp Length: Cargo Hold Height: Cargo Hold maximum Width: Cargo Hold Volume: Maximum T k Off W i ht (2 5 ) M i Take Weight (2.92 m 3.380 36 380 lb 31. S/L.000 ft 2730 nm 1325 ft 1240 ft 70 ft 2 in 84 ft 8 in 26 ft 10 in 3.0 g / -1.22 m3 16.380 lb 13.90 m 2. Sociedad Unipersonal 15 .90 m 9.826 lb 1380 USg 245 kts 25.620 m 5.5g): Maximum Take Off Weight (3 g): Maximum Landing Weight (9 ft /s): Maximum Payload (2. S/L.950 kg 3. MLW): Load factor limits 60 m2 6. MTOW): Landing roll (ISA.17 m 10.40 m 25.055 km 404 m 378 m 21.70 m 45.81 m 8.5g): Maximum Payload (3 g): Usable Fuel Capacity: Maximum Cruise Speed (TAS): Normal Operating Altitude: Ferry Range: Take Off run (ISA.597 ft3 36. AIRCRAFT DEFINITION OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT MCM . Sociedad Unipersonal 16 .Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. located along the whole length of the main cabin and the ramp. to provide upward and lateral restraint. Sociedad Unipersonal 17 . or – Eight 88” x 54” pallets (two on the ramp). – Ramp transport kit. – Four roller tray rows.. This configuration allows the transport of up to: – Four 88”x108” pallets (one on the ramp). equipped with manual and automatic locks that provide the forward and rearward restraint .Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT Palletised Cargo Transport Configuration The CN-235 Cargo Handling Aerial Delivery System (CHADS) is completely compatible with the 463L cargo pallet system which is widely used in the C-130 and other airlifters. The Cargo Handling Aerial Delivery System includes: – Two side rail rows. consisting of side rails with locks MCM . The CN-235 is approved for the following cargo dropping modes: – EXTRACTION using either Extraction System): – GRAVITY using either GEP (gravity Ejected Platform) or CDS (Containers Delivery System): HAD (Heavy Drop Altitude) or LAPES (Low Altitude Parachute MCM . a tow plate assembly and a pendulum release assembly.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT Cargo Air Delivery Configuration The cargo cabin can be configured for Cargo Air Delivery missions with the CHADS (Cargo Handling Aerial Delivery System). Sociedad Unipersonal 18 . adding two anchor cables.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Sociedad Unipersonal 19 .Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA.AIRCRAFT DEFINITION OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT Communications and Navigation System COMMUNICATION SYSTEM EQUIPMENT (Optional) Equipment Transponder CVR Model TDR-94 SSCVR Manufacturer Rockwell-Collins Honeywell Qty 1 1 NAVIGATION SYSTEM EQUIPMENT (Optional) Equipment IRS TACAN GPWS DF Model LTN-101 TCN-500 MARK VIII DF-430 Manufacturer Northrop Grumman Rockwell-Collins Honeywell Rockwell-Collins Qty 2 1 1 1 MCM . receives. radar homing guided missiles and infrared (IR) guided missiles. flares and others to enhance the aircraft survivability against radar-directed anti-aircraft artillery (AAA). Tailcone E/J Band antennas Counter Measures Dispenser System – The ALE-47Counter Measures Dispenser System .AIRCRAFT DEFINITION OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT Survivability Survivability enhancing options available in the CN-235-300 include a Radar Warning Receiver (RWR) and a Counter Measures Dispenser System (CMDS). radar command-guided missiles. from BAeS. from Indra. y g countermeasure decoys such as chaff.Marketing This document contains EADS-CASA proprietary information and shall not be used or disclosed without the prior written permission of EADS-CASA. Chaff/Flares dispensers location in aircraft tailcone MCM . identifies and classifies radar emissions in a dense electronic environment in the frequency range from 0. is capable of dispensing expendable y .5 GHz to 18 GHz. Sociedad Unipersonal 20 . Radar Warning Receiver – The ALR-400(V2)R Radar Warning Receiver system. ARAGÓN. 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