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Eurofighter Typhoon vs Dassault Rafale Fighter jets comparison Video

In this Article we will share will you Eurofighter Typhoon vs Dassault Rafale Fighter jets comparison Video

The Eurofighter Typhoon is a twin-engine, canard-delta wing, multirole fighter designed and built by   Airbus, BAE Systems and Leonardo

The Dassault Rafale is a French twin-engine, canard-delta wing, multirole fighter aircraft designed and built by Dassault Aviation.

Eurofighter Typhoon is one of the worlds most advanced new generation multi-role/swing-role combat aircraft available on the market.

With 707 aircraft ordered by six nations (Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Austria and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), and in service with all nations, the aircraft is Europe’s largest military collaborative program.

Eurofighter Typhoon is the only fighter to offer wide-ranging operational capabilities whilst at the same time delivering unparalleled fleet effectiveness.

 

When the RAFALE program was launched, the Armée de l’Air and the Marine Nationale published a joint requirement for a balanced multirole aircraft that would be able to replace seven types of combat aircraft then in use. Versatile and best in all categories of missions, the RAFALE is a true “force multiplier” This is what Dassault Aviation says about their pride and joy and it’s really interesting since they put too much emphasis on words like “Omni role” & “multi-role”.

Here is Specificaton Comaprision of Eurofighter Typhoon vs Dassault Rafale Fighter jets

Maximum Speed:

  • Rafale = Mach 1.97
  • Typhoon = Mach 2.35

Minimum Speed:

  • Rafale = 148 km/h
  • Typhoon = 203 km/h

Service Ceiling:

  • Rafale = 15.240 km
  • Typhoon = 16.765 km

Rate of Climb:

  • Rafale = 250 m/s
  • Typhoon = 315 m/s

Ferry Range:

  • Rafale = 3750 km
  • Typhoon = 3790 km

Maximum payload:

  • Rafale = 9600 kg
  • Typhoon = 7500 kg

Thrust to weight ratio:

  • Maximum: Rafale = 1.50, Typhoon = 1.76
  • Nominal: Rafale = 1.03, Typhoon = 1.21
  • Minimum: Rafale = 0.62, Typhoon = 0.82

Wing loading:

  • Minimum: Rafale = 224 kg/m², Typhoon = 215 kg/m²
  • Nominal: Rafale = 326 kg/m², Typhoon = 312 kg/m²
  • Maximum: Rafale = 536 kg/m², Typhoon = 459 kg/m²

Rafale

  • Empty weight = 10220 kg
  • Fuel capacity (internal) = 4680 kg
  • Minimum weight = 10220 kg
  • Nominal weight (without external loads) = 14900 kg
  • Maximum weight = 24500 kgMaximum Thrust = 2*75 kN
  • Maximum Thrust-to-weight = 2*75/(9.81*10.220) = 1.50
  • Nominal Thrust-to-weight = 2*75/(9.81*14.900) = 1.03
  • Minimum Thrust-to-weight = 2*75/(9.81*24.500) = 0.62
  • Wing area = 45,70 m²
  • Nominal weight = 14900 kg
  • Minimum wing loading = 10220/45.70 kg/m² = 224 kg/m²
  • Nominal wing loading = 14900/45.70 kg/m² = 326 kg/m²
  • Maximum wing loading = 24500/45.70 kg/m² = 536 kg/m²

Typhoon

  • Minimum weight = 11000 kg
  • Fuel capacity (internal) = 4.996 kg
  • Nominal weight = 15996 kg
  • Maximum weight = 23500 kgMaximum Thrust = 2*95 kN (war setting)
  • Maximum Thrust-to-weight = 2*95/(9.81*11.000) = 1.76
  • Nominal Thrust-to-weight = 2*95/(9.81*15.996) = 1.21
  • Minimum Thrust-to-weight = 2*95/(9.81*23.500) = 0.82
  • wing area = 51.2 m² (with extended leading edges)
  • Minimum wing loading = 11000/51.2 kg/m² = 215 kg/m²
  • Nominal wing loading = 15996/51.2 kg/m² = 312.5 kg/m²
  • Maximum wing loading = 23500/51.2 kg/m² = 459 kg/m²

 

 

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