🇨🇳 Chinese Hun-20 bomber, computer generated images of the aircraft and technical specifications published in the journal of the state defense corporation.
The yard department of the new strategic bomber has 4 built-in bomb bays, including 2 main bomb bays (A) and 2 auxiliary bomb bays (B). Ammunition, and the secondary bomb bay mounts medium and short range to air-to-air missiles for its own defense, and each round can hang two, making the new strategic bomber the world's first bomber with air-to-air interception capabilities
In response to the requirements of the Chinese Air Force’s future nuclear and conventional strike missions, the size of the bullet gun of the new strategic bomber is obviously larger than that of the B-2A. After all, with the rapid development of technology, new missile weapons such as hypersonic speed will be in the future. It plays an important role on the battlefield. Whether it has the ability to carry such weapons will be the key to embodying the advantages of strategic bombers, and the new strategic bomber of the Chinese Air Force as a latecomer is obviously more comprehensive and more careful in this regard than the B-2A.
Training gauge: 54 meters
Crew members: 2 people
Empty weight 72 tons
Normal take-off weight: 165 tons
Maximum take-off capacity: 195 tons
Maximum internal fuel capacity: 95 tons
Engine engine thrust, 8 tons maximum
flight speed: 0.95 Mach (Speed of sound )
maximum ceiling: 165,000 meters
maximum fuel capacity equation 15,000
combat radius: 7500 kilometers (18 tons of Wuxiang Jiaohe)
The new strategic bomber Di Ran uses a flying wing right game similar to the 8-28, but according to the combat requirements of the Chinese Air Force and technical announcements, it uses a more advanced front-edge double-fold line design and has a better than B-28 Flight performance, maneuverability and maneuverability. The next-generation stealth strategic bomber B-21 being developed by the U.S. Air Force also uses this design, indicating that China and the United States have little difference in the technological development of flying wing layout.