Chinese Hypersonic Developments (HGVs/HCMs)


Mohsin77

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This is for discussions/updates related to Hypersonic Glide Vehicle (HGV) + Cruise Missile (HCM) specifically.

Note: Other hypersonic tech (Rail Guns etc.) should not be posted here to avoid clutter and confusion, please & thank you.
 

Rettam Stacf

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This is for discussions/updates related to Hypersonic Glide Vehicle (HGV) + Cruise Missile (HCM) specifically.

Note: Other hypersonic tech (Rail Guns etc.) should not be posted here to avoid clutter and confusion, please & thank you.
In spite of the title of this thread, I assume from your thread description that it is OK and not off topic to post Russian and US (and other countries) activities on HGV and HCM. Right ?
 

anzha

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In spite of the title of this thread, I assume from your thread description that it is OK and not off topic to post Russian and US (and other countries) activities on HGV and HCM. Right ?
Since this is under the Chinese defense and military, rather than World Armed Forces forums, anything not Chinese would definitely be off topic for this thread. IMO.
 

Mohsin77

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There's a Chinese hypersonic thread in the Air Force section probably more appropriate for discussing developments.

Chinese hypersonic projects & research
It already exists? I had no idea.

@Deino I guess it would be best to delete this thread since it's redundant.

The problem is that half the discussion takes place on the BM & Nuclear thread, which is just confusing. And @Rettam Stacf has a valid point as well. International Hypersonic tech should also be centralized somewhere for easy access and comparisons.

This area of Hypersonics is only going to grow in importance. Right now these discussions are all over the place and it's a bit confusing to access them.
 

Deino

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It already exists? I had no idea.

@Deino I guess it would be best to delete this thread since it's redundant.

The problem is that half the discussion takes place on the BM & Nuclear thread, which is just confusing. And @Rettam Stacf has a valid point as well. International Hypersonic tech should also be centralized somewhere for easy access and comparisons.

This area of Hypersonics is only going to grow in importance. Right now these discussions are all over the place and it's a bit confusing to access them.

But why not merging both?
 

Mohsin77

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But why not merging both?
To clarify, I meant delete this one (mine), since it's new and doesn't have content yet.

But we would still need the topic of Hypersonics to be centralized for easy access.

The AF thread maybe belongs here in the Strategic section, so that the issue doesnt get split between the BM/Nuclear thread and the AF section. We only really need 2 segments/threads: Chinese and International
 

Deino

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To clarify, I meant delete this one (mine), since it's new and doesn't have content yet.

But we would still need the topic of Hypersonics to be centralized for easy access.

The AF thread maybe belongs here in the Strategic section, so that the issue doesnt get split between the BM/Nuclear thread and the AF section. We only really need 2 segments/threads: Chinese and International
Ok, but why not keeping both? The one in the AF section as a more general thread for research and this one in the strategic section for eventual operational systems?
 

Mohsin77

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Fair enough. It may get a little confusing, but it would work.
 

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From Dafengcao blog

The hypersonic precooled aerospace propulsion R&D team was listed in awards granted to innovative teams, implying major breakthroughs in this field. other awarded teams include the 3rd gen semiconductor (GaN) innovation team, SLBM R&D team, etc.
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