General
Type Yak-19
Function Fighter
Outfit Normal With external tanks
Year 1947
Crew 1
Engine (1)
Type RD-10F
Thrust 1100kg
Size (m)
Length 8.36
Wingspan 8.7
Wing area 13.5m2
Weights (kg) and Loads
Empty weight 2192
Loaded weight 3000> 3350
Wing Load (kg/m2) 222 248
Thrust
-to-
Weight
0.37 0.33
Speed (km/h)
Maximum
at 0m 875
at 5000m 904
at 10000m 875
Cruise
at 0m 760
at 5000m 818>
at 10000m 788
Landing 180
Roll(m)
Landing 520
Takeoff 550
Range (km) and Endurance (h)
Range 700 1000
Flight Endurance 2.3 ?
Ceiling (m)
Tactical 15000
Climb Rate (m/sec) at 0m
Normal 16.4
With after- burner 25.8
Climb to altitude (min)
5000m 3.9
10000 10.5
Fuel + Oil (kg) 658 +13 937 +13
Ammo 47kg
Armament
Guns 2*23mm Sh-3, 70rpg

Yak-19 by A.S.Yakovlev

28k b/w "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.2 p.324

Experimental all-metal single-seat jet fighter with afterburning RD-10F engine. Unlike earlier Yakovlev's jets, it an exhaust pipe extended to the very end of the fuselage. Automatic system supplied extra fuel to the engine if necessary. External fuel tanks could be installed to extend operational range.

Straight mid-placed wing had laminar flow airfoil, carried slats and ailerons. Yak-19 had no pressurized cockpit, but was equipped with ejection seat and complete set of radio-navigation equipment.

Yak-19 was test-flown by pilot by S.N.Anokhin until August 21, 1947. Valuable data was collected for novel aircraft scheme.

Yak-19 did not enter series production because engine was outdated and had no upgrade reserve. Better equipped Yak-25 with 50% more powerful engine was about to enter trials...

PredecessorsModifications
None
Yak-23 'Flora'
employed wing of Yak-19;

Yak-25
References
  • "History of aircraft construction in the USSR", Vol.2 p.323-325;
  • Links
  • Yak-19 at Jet Genesis
  • Yak-19/Yak-30 at Virtual Aircraft Museum
  • Yak-19, Yakovlev

  • Created January 25, 1996
    Modified November 05, 1998
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