MiG-19 FARMER - Variants
A significant number of experimental aircraft (MiG-19PM, the MiG-19PMU, SM-10, SM-20, SM-LP, MiG-19SU, etc.) were built on the basis of the MiG-19 fighter for the development of new weapons systems, avionics, engines, refueling and starting from a catapult.
- MiG-19 - The serial version of the SM-9/1 based on the prototype I-360 (SM-2). From prototype there were different arms of the three guns, HP-23, the presence of underwing pylons for the suspension arms and the PTB, and a number of structural changes. This model had two Turbojet AM-9B (2h2600 kgs without FC and 2h3250 kgf afterburning) and wing swept by 5.5 degrees (1/4 chords). Plant #21 built about 50 MiG-19, which entered into service in March 1955.
- MiG-19BR - unmanned reconnaissance (draft). Developed in 1958, the OKB S.M.Alekseeva.
- MiG-19C ( "product 61") - frontline fighter with all-moving stabilizer. Notable guns, HP-30, additional air intakes in the rear, a small fairing behind the cockpit, the new air brakes, linings on the fuselage to protect against the powder gases guns. He produced in the years 1956-1957. It reached a record rate of climb 180 m / s and maximum speed, corresponding to M-1.462. The serial version of the SM-9/3; factories in Gorky and Novosibirsk built the MiG-19C serial basic model based on the MiG-19, equipped with all-moving stabilizer.
- MiG-19F - export version of the MiG-19C. Notable composition of avionics. Bundled in Indonesia.
- MiG-19M - radio-controlled target. Developed in 1958, the OKB S.M.Alekseeva.
- MiG-19P (SM-7) ( "product 62") was an all-weather fighter-interceptor for air defense to counter enemy bombers in bad weather and at night, equipped with radiopritselom RP-1 "Emerald" (target detection range of the EPR 16 kv.m- 12km, range support - 2 km). The prototype interceptor SM-7/1 is based on the SM-9/1 with the horizontal tail stabilizer and elevators. Under the wing installed four pylons for the suspension arms and two pylons for the suspension of the PTB. Instead of one fuselage LDPE are two on the wingtips. The main difference perehvatichka from front-line fighter was the radar RP-1 "Emerald", established as an interrogator and transponder system "friend or foe" and warning receiver electromagnetic radiation. In connection with the installation of the radar fuselage length increased by 36 cm. Armament - two cannons NR-23, in the roots of wings and four blocks NAR PO-57-8 eight 57-mm rockets ARSCH-57 each. The first flight of the SM-7/1 executed August 28, 1954 VA Nefedov. The second prototype of the SM-7/2 got the all-moving stabilizer and armament of two 30-mm cannons NR-30, but has retained a number of design features specific to the SM-9/1. In 1955, CM-7 put into production under the designation MiG-19P ("P" - Interceptor). Interceptors first series armed with cannons NR-23, late - HP-30. In the process of mass production of radar "Emerald-1" was replaced by radar "Emerald-2." In 1956-1958 the #21 plant manufactured 433 aircraft.
- MiG-19PG - modified to could carry missiles R-3S . Equipped with missile guidance from the ground Complex "Horizon-1". In the early 1960s there were converted MiG-19P.
- MiG-19PM (SM7 / M) ( "product 65") - Interceptor SM7 / M was a modernized interceptor, the latest production version of the MiG-19. It was designed for purely missiles of four UR "air-air" K-5M (RS - 2US), there was no gun armament. Instead UR K-5M permitted suspension rockets of various types and sizes. The forward fuselage installed radar "Emerald-2." Horizontal tail - the type SM-9/1, with elevators. The first flight of the SM-7 / M performed at the end of January 1956. In 1957 it started serial production under the designation MiG-19PM. In 1956-1960 the plant #21 manufactured 369 aircraft.
- MiG-19PML - interceptor complex "Lazur". In 1958 a converted part of the previously issued MiG-19PM.
- MiG-19PM / PMU, equipped with a guidance system in the winter "Lazur", sometimes referred to MiG-19PML.
- MiG-19SV ( "product 61") - High-altitude day interceptor MiG-19SV developed based on tactical fighter MiG-19C specifically to intercept high-altitude targets such as British intelligence Canberra. The most lightweight version of the MiG-19C, its armament was a HP-30 gun. The design of the airplane facilitated lifted wing cannons (one left fuselage), 2 meters square increased wing area. The power plant consists of two Turbojet AM 9BF / RD-9BF with afterburner thrust of 3300 kgf. For the pilot there was developed a pressure suit with a mask. Had a braking parachute and radio altimeter RV-2. December 6th, 1956 during flight tests NI Korovushkin dynamic ceiling reached 20,740 m. The MiG-19SV was built in small series, and by the armed forces air defense regiments, covering the strategic objects of the USSR. Produced since 1956, the plant #21. Part of the MiG-19C converted to aircraft repair plants.
- MiG-19R - tactical intelligence on the basis of MiG-19SV. Notable for the engine RD-9BF-1 cameras AFA-39 in the fuselage. Released a small series in the factory #21.
- MiG-19SF - fighter with RD-9BF engines. Released in small series.
- MiG-19UTI - Work on the double training MiG-19UTI did not make it out of the design stage.
Over 50 MiG-19s, mainly MiG-19C, were used by the EDB as testbeds for a variety of systems, design solutions, etc. Four MiG-19SU equipped with a combined power plant of two Turbojet AM 9BM and liquid rocket booster container which was suspended under the fuselage. A few MiG-19SU-based MiG-19C (SM-50) were built and on the basis of the MiG-19P (SM-51 and SM-52). The MiG-19C (SM-10) refueling system worked out by Tu-16. Four modified MIG-19C (CM-20, CM-20 / I CM-R / 1 cm-K / 2) used for processing control cruise missile X-20 (K-20 "Comet"), designed based MiG-19. Extremely dangerous tests were conducted by CM-20 test pilot Amet-Khan Sultan. The Kh-20 armed the Tu-95 strategic bombers.
It should be noted that "C" and "S" represent the same letter in Cyrilic, namely "S".
- I-1 (I-370) - an experimental front-line fighter. Notable for the single-engine VC-7, all-moving horizontal tail.
- SL-19 - flying laboratory for testing ski gear.
- SM-2 (I-360, SM-2/1) - the first prototype with T-tail. Notable for engines AM-5A (after AM-5F), the location of the horizontal tail to the top of the keel. Armament consisted of two 37-mm guns N-37D. It made in April 1952. The first flight May 24, 1952. SM-2 (I-360) A prototype of the SM-2 was designed according to the statement on the frontline fighter capable of flying in level flight at supersonic speeds. Powerplant was two TRD AM-5A thrust of 2000 kgf, later replaced by the AM-5F Turbojet thrust in afterburner 2,700 kgs. Armament was two 37-mm cannon H-37D in the wing roots. The first flight of the SM-2/1 executed May 24, 1952 GA Sedov. In 1953, the horizontal tail to the fuselage was postponed, and the plane began to be designated the SM-2A. After the increase in the area of aerodynamic ridges wing aircraft became designated CM-2B.
- SM-2/2 - the second prototype. Notable for the horizontal tail to the fuselage, increased brake shields, guns with 4-chamber muzzle brake and zvenesbornikami. The first flight of 28 September 1952. In the spring of 1954 installed engines RD-9B.
- CM-2I - prototype for testing missiles K-6. It converted in 1956 from a series of MiG-19.
- SM-7 - Interceptor (MiG-19P prototype). Notable for radar sight RP-1 "Emerald-1", JHA on right wing, the cockpit canopy shape. Made 2 aircraft. First flight 28 August 1954 (test pilot V.A.Neffidov).
- SM-7 / 2M - a prototype of the MiG-19PM. Notable for radar sight RP-2U "Emerald-2B" missile weapons (RS-2U, ARS-160, ARS-212). Designed by the Decree of the USSR on August 25, 1956. It made in 1956.
- SM-9 The first prototype of the SM-9/1 installed two Turbojet AM-9B finalized CM-2B. The first flight of the SM-9/1 was made January 5, 1954 by GA Sedov. Resolution of the USSR Council of 17 February 1954 the aircraft under the designation MiG-19 was put into production at the plants number 21 in Gorky (Nizhny Novgorod) and number 153 in Novosibirsk, even before the state tests. Prototypes of the SM-9/2 and SM-9/3 were equipped with all-moving stabilizer, ventral fins increased area; armament - three cannon NR-23 23 mm. The second and third CM 9 for the first time installed a device changes the gear ratio in the channel pitch - AGC-2A. The first flight of the SM-9/2 Do May 16, 1955, GA Sedov, SM-9/3 first flew on November 27, 1955 KK Kokkinaki. SM-9/3 differs from the SM / 9-2 weapons - instead of three cannons NR-23 there were three cannons NR-30. In SM-9/3 was reached the speed of M = 1.46. The SM-9/3 became the standard for the series production MiG-19C ("C" - stabilizer).
- CM-9 (CM-2B, SM-9/1) - prototype engines AM-9B. Notable design of the air intake, 3 guns, HP-23. First flight January 5, 1954.
- CM 9/2 - interceptor prototype. Notable 2 guns N-37D. First flight in July 1954.
- SM-9/3 - tactical fighter prototype. Notable controlled stabilizer, 3 airbrake, 2 guns, HP-30, reactive tools ORI-57. The first flight September 16, 1954 (test pilot K.K.Kokkinaki).
- SM-9/9 - fighter-bomber. It could carry a tactical nuclear bomb "article 244". Designed by the Decree of the USSR #467-219 on April 24, 1958. In 1958, it converted from serial MiG-19C.
- CM-9B (SM-9 / 3B) - a prototype of the MiG-19SV. Designed in 1956 by the Decree of the USSR #1195-613. December 6, 1956 test pilot N.I.Korovushkin reached an altitude of 20740 meters.
- CM-9RS - record (draft). Notable for engines AM-9RS, reduced feathering, air intakes with a sharp edge, the lack of the equipment. Designed in February 1954.
- SM-10 - experienced with wing refueling system in the air. Armament was absent. 2 aircraft manufactured in 1955.
- SM-12 - experienced with the air intake with a sharp edge and a tapered-off central body. Notable RD-9BF (later 9BF RD-2, then R3-26), the composition of the equipment. In 1956-1959 years it produced 4 of the aircraft. The first flight in the spring of 1957.
- SM-12 / 3T, SM-12 / 4T - carriers missiles K-13. Remodeled in 1959 from the CM-12/3 and SM-12/4.
- CM-12P (SM-12-51, the SM-12PM) - prototype interceptor. Notable for engines R3-26 with the regime "partial Furious", the air intake of the increased diameter, 2 PTB, designator-rangefinder CSD-30 equipment "Azure" guidance system "Air-to-1." Equipped with 2 missiles RS-2US (K-5MS). It made in 1957. Supposed to licensed production in Czechoslovakia.
- CM-12PU (SM-12PMU) - prototype interceptor. Notable disposable liquid accelerator U-19e. Armament consisted of two missiles K-5M. In 1958 the factory produced 214 aircraft. The first flight July 31, 1958 (test pilot K.K.Kokkinaki).
- SM-20 - flying laboratory for the start of the test cruise missiles from the aircraft carrier Tu-95 . Developed in OKB S.M.Alekseva. 2 aircraft manufactured in 1957. The first flight in 1957 (test pilot S.Amet Khan)
- SM-21 - experienced test Nursi C-21.
- SM-25 - an experienced test Nursi ARS-212M, TPC-190, ARS-57M.
- SM-30 - experienced to start with a catapult. MiG-19C in the embodiment of the SM-30 was used to test the concept require an airfield launch. Take-off was done with the catapult, made in the form of a trailer, using a powder accelerators. Notable additional solid engine PRD-22 and 2 ventral fins. Manufactured by 5 aircraft and catapults 6 PU-30. The first catapult takeoff on the CM-30 is 13 April 1957, (test pilot G.M.Shiyanov). MiG-19 were tested various samples of aviation armament, including UR "air - air" K-13 with a heat seeker. On airplanes CM-12GV / GVE rehearsed axisymmetric intake to the central body, later used on the MiG-21.
- SM-50 (MiG-19SU) - an experienced high-altitude fighter. Notable boosters RD-9BM, liquid blow-off accelerator U-19 (under the fuselage), two ventral fins, oxygen equipment RUC-2, guidance equipment "Cascade". The pilot was equipped suit WCC-3. To facilitate the removed ventral cannon, rocket launchers ORO-57K, fuel tanks number 3 and 4, part of the equipment. In 1956-1957, it converted 5 MiG-19C (4 of them in factory #21). First flight 21 November 1956 (test pilot V.A.Neffidov).
- SM-51 - experienced high-altitude fighter. Distinguished by the radar. Made in 1958 at the plant #21.
- SM-52 (SM-50P) - an experienced high-altitude fighter. Notable for engines R3-26, accelerator U-19e, radar station "Almaz" missiles RS-2U. Made in 1958 at the plant #21.
- SMK-1, SMK-2 - experienced for testing cruise missiles K-10. Characterized by a lack of weapons, telescopic sight, the fuel tank #2.
- A-5 - export version of Q-5.
- F-6 - export version of J-6. Notable for the composition of the equipment.
- F-6A - export version of J-6A. Notable for the composition of the equipment.
- FT-6 - export version of JJ-6. Notable for the composition of the equipment.
- J-6 (J-6-I) - Chinese version of the MiG-19P. Produced since 1958 at plants in Shenyang and Nanchang. The first 20 aircraft are assembled from parts of the Soviet. The first flight of 28 September 1958.
- J-6 - Chinese version of the MiG-19C. Equipped with engines WP-6 (Chinese version of the RD-9B). The first flight September 30, 1959 (test pilot Yu Kemin). He produced in Shenyang in 1963-1986 years.
- J-6-II - the Chinese version of the MiG-19PM. Equipped with missiles PL-1 (the Chinese version of the RS-2U). Produced in Nanchang in the 1959-1977 years.
- J-6-III - upgraded. Notable for WP-6A, a smaller wing span and with greater chord, the air intake with a central body (unregulated). The first flight August 6, 1969. He produced in Shenyang since 1973. It made several hundred aircraft.
- J-6A - modernized interceptor. Notable starting terdotoplivnym accelerator. Equipped with PL-2 missiles. It developed in 1974-1977, respectively. Produced since 1977.
- JJ-6 - combat training. Notable lengthened fuselage, a double cabin, 1 gun, disc brakes main wheels, the composition of the equipment. The first flight of 6 November 1970. In 1970-1986 years in the factory in Shenyang produced 637 aircraft.
- JZ-6 - tactical reconnaissance. He produced since 1967 in Shenyang in small batches.
- Q-5 - strike aircraft, deep modernization of the J-6. Notable for a new nose section, the side air intakes, a modified vertical tail surfaces, wing of a larger area. The first flight July 4, 1965 (test pilot Tuo Fengming). Produced in the 70s.
- S-105 - MiG-19C were built under license under the designation S-105 factory "Aero Vodochody." In the years 1959-1961 the factory built 103 aircraft, the first 13 were assembled from kits of Soviet production.
- S-106 - Czechoslovakian version of the MiG-19PM. He produced in the years 1961-1962.
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