Mil Mi-10


Mil Mi-10
Mi-10
Mil Mi-10K of Vzlet in 2006.
Role Skycrane
National origin Russia
Manufacturer Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant
First flight 15 June 1960
Introduction 1963
Number built 55+
Developed from Mil Mi-6

The Mil Mi-10 (NATO reporting name Harke) was a Soviet military transport helicopter of flying crane configuration, developed in 1962 from the Mi-6. It entered service in 1963.

Also known as "Product 60" by Rostov-upon-Don helicopter facility.[citation needed]

It was built as the short-legged ("Mi-10K") version, and the long-legged ("Mi-10R") version. It is powered by two 5,500 shp (4,100 kW) Soloviev D-25 turboshafts. The Mi-10 uses a closed circuit camera system that scans forward from under the rear fuselage and downward through the sling hatch to watch the payload and landing gear and for touchdown. [1]

Variants

  • V-10 - Prototype of the Mil Mi-10 helicopter.
  • Mi-10K (NATO - Harke-B) - Short-legged flying crane helicopter, with a narrower-tracked undercarriage, and equipped with a ventral gondola. (see bg:Ми-10).
  • Mi-10R (NATO - Hark-A) - Standard production model, long-legged flying-crane helicopter. Record setting.
  • Mi-10PP - ECM (Postanovschik Pomekh)

Operators

Military Operators

 Soviet Union
  • Soviet Air Force
  • Soviet Army Aviation

Civil Operators

 Russia
 Romania
  • Rent Helicopters (1)

Former operators

 Russia
 Soviet Union

Specifications (Mi-10)

Mil Mi-10 at Monino Central Air Force Museum (Moscow)
Mi-10 Silhouette
Mi-10 Stamp

Data from Jane's All The World's Aircraft 1975-76[2]

General characteristics

  • Crew: 3 (pilot, copilot, flight engineer)
  • Capacity:
    • 28 passengers or
    • up to 15,000 kg (33,070 lb) payload on platform or
    • 8,000 kg (17,635 lb) max slung payload
  • Length: 32.86 m (107 ft 9 in)
  • Rotor diameter: 35.00 m (114 ft 10 in)
  • Height: 9.80 m (32 ft 2 in)
  • Disc area: 962 m² (10,350 ft²)
  • Empty weight: 27,300 kg (60,185 lb)
  • Loaded weight: 38,000 kg (83,775 lb)
  • Max takeoff weight: 43,700 kg (96,340 lb)
  • Powerplant: 2 × Soloviev D-25V turboshafts, 4,100 kW (5,500 shp) each
  • Ground clearance under fuselage: 3.75 m (12 ft 3 in)

Performance

See also

Related development
Aircraft of comparable role, configuration and era

References

  1. ^ Russian And Soviet Helicopters
  2. ^ J W R Taylor, ed (1975). Jane's All The World's Aircraft,1975-76. London: Macdonald & Co.. ISBN 0-354-00521-9. 
Bibliography
  • Gordon, Yefim, Komissarov, Dmitriy and Komissarov, Sergey, Mil's Heavylift Helicopters; Mi-6/Mi-10/V-12/Mi-26, Red Star Volume 22, Midland Counties Publications, 2005

External links

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