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How does the B-52 compare to the Xian H-6?
Overwhelmingly superior.Now I know that you shouldn’t ‘judge a book by its cover’, but let’s just look at their appearance and see:B-52H StratofortressXian H-6As you can see - one thing that is certain is that the Xian is much, much more smaller than the Stratofortress and only have two engines compared to the Stratofortress’ eight turbofans: Thus, we could from here easily assumed that the H-6 would carry a lesser weapon load than the B-52.And less it is: From the bits and pieces of information we had on the H-6, it has a loaded weight of approximately 76,000 kg - while the B-52 can haul 120,000 kg with it, a deficit of almost 44,000 kg at it.The H-6 also comes as the underdog when it comes to combat radius (Without aerial refueling) at 1,800 km while the B-52 could fly continuously up to 7,210 km.To put this in perspective, the B-52 in a theoretical bombing mission can begin its flight from Andersen AFB at Guam to bomb Beijing with a total distance of about 4000 km, after executing its mission, the B-52 could then easily land at Osaka, Japan with approximately 2000 km of range to spare with a full combat load.That’s almost 11 and a half hours of flight without aerial refueling - and still with several hours of flight time the B-52 could spend on should anything went wrong, mission extensions or loiter time.For the H-6, say it’s deployed from Beijing and wanted to strike Andersen AFB at Guam - it can’t, because the distance would be four times beyond its range.The H-6 isn’t made for long-range bombing missions, it’s to intimidate local Asian enemies such as South Korea and Japan with their strong ties as well as American’s military assets there. It can never be expected to strike mainland United States as it couldn’t even reach Hawaii without proper aerial refueling.In term of avionics, we don’t have any trust-worthy voices about the H-6 but the fact that it’s installed with a Type 245 Kobalt radar - a Chinese version of the USSR’s PSBN-M-8 Mushroom radar installed on the Tu-16 - in the protruding radome right beneath the cockpit - and even then, we don’t know its exact capabilities. It is also said that within that housing is also a myriad of electronic countermeasures equipment as well.The H-6’s cockpit is glassed and coupled with modernised NAV systems.There’s no official cockpit arrangement images ever shown or documented, however, it’s not difficult to see from this point of view alone that the Chinese are stepping up from their Soviet mirror’s analog cockpit with LCD PFDs (Primary Flight Displays).For the B-52, we know much more:Though the B-52 has went through several major upgrades, as of right now the B-52 still holds its complement of analog controls, however in the future with the up and coming CONECT (Combat Network Communication Technology) upgrade package, the B-52’s cockpit will also be glassed with coloured LCD PFDs and better FMC (Flight Management Computer).Other avionic systems also include EVS (Electro-viewing System) with integrated LLLTV (Low-Light Level Television) and FLIR (Forward Looking Infrared) systems, Lockheed’s Sniper Targeting Pod and LITENING Targeting Pod which would make the B-52 a very formidable ground-attack aircraft, especially when the mission calls for precision strikes.In term of armaments, a remotely controlled M-61 Vulcan was originally mounted at the tail of the Stratofortress, from 1991 on-ward the gun was completely removed from all active airframes.The modern H-6 was installed with several guns, particularly the Soviet’s Nudelman-Rikhter NR-23 cannons at several places on its body.There are many reason why the Americans have the M-21 removed despite the fact that the B-52 could effortlessly carry one and more of it on-board: Guns aren’t that particularly effective against fighters - especially with jet fighters nowadays, if you happened to find threats it’d be in the form of beyond-visual-range missiles, not the enemy’s aircraft itself. Even then, I highly doubt a human’s reflexes and shooting skill alone would be able to shoot down a Mach-speed BVRAAM.So the Americans found it’d be best if you would give your bomber the best countermeasures possible to combat these threats rather than wasting ammo on a born-to-lose battle.In short, the only thing that the H-6 is better than the B-52H is speed, and only by an insignificant margin due to its light weight. Xian’s maximum speed of 367 knots against the Stratofortress’ 360 knots, in fact, shouldn’t even be considered as an advantage at all.Service ceiling of the H-6 is also worse than the B-52, with the H-6 being 42,000 feet but its competitor floats at 8,000 feet higher at 50,000.And remember, the H-6 is a licensed-rebuild of the USSR’s old Tu-16 with only a minimal amount of redesign and upgrade in place. B-52 has been in the glitter factory for decades now as well as its participation in the Cold War and the Vietnam War also gives it a battle-proven stamp against the H-6’s fat, round zero.General Consensus: H-6 = 0 —— B-52 = 1
Can someone help me find a solution for the height of the 3,4,5 triangle?
Semi Perimeter, p = (a+b+c)/2 = 6.Area, S = sq. root(p(p-a)(p-b)(p-c))= sq. root(6*3*2*1) = sq. root(36) = 6.Area, S = 1/2 * base * height.1/2 * 5 * h = 6.height, h = (6 * 2)/5 = 12/5 = 2.4.So, the answer is 2.4.
What is considered bad manners in Scotland?
Paying for things. A true Scotsman never spends more money than he has to.Smiling. A true Scotsman, much like true Scottish weather, is cold, gloomy and glum at all times.Eating vegetables, fruit, and other healthy foods in non-fried form. Yuck!Drinking Bourbon and loudly exclaiming, “This! This is what whiskey tastes like!”Pursuant to point 4, spelling “whisky” with an “e.” And yes, we can hear it when you speak. Scottish people are too stingy to spring for the extra letter, we barely like the “h!”Referring to Queen Elizabeth I as Queen Elizabeth II. Scotland, the senior partner of the UK, has never had another Queen named Elizabeth!Referring to Scotland as “the UK,” the UK as “England,” or England as a country with a good rugby team.Referring to Andy Murray as British or, worse yet, English!Pointing out that the only sports Scotland excels at involve chucking trees around, or pushing discs over ice as you clean up around them.Failing to recognise sarcasm as a valid form of humour!