重量：1,140kg （不带空压机），1,350kg （带空压机）
威力 ：300kg HE
动力：1 WP或者WS发动机，1 固体推进器
YJ-62 ANTI-SHIP CRUISE MISSILE
The YingJi-62 (YJ-62) is a long-range subsonic anti-ship cruise missile (ASCM) developed by China Haiying Electro-Mechanical Technology Academy (CHETA, also known as 3rd Aerospace Academy). The missile was first spotted onboard the Type 052C (Lanzhou class) destroyers commissioned in 2004. The 280km-range missile may also form the basis for a longer-range land attack cruise missile (LACM) family for the PLA.
A new type of anti-ship missile launchers was first spotted onboard the PLA Navy’s Type 052C (Lanzhou class) destroyer in early 2004. Unlike the PLA Navy’s existing YJ-8 series anti-ship missiles, which are launched from a box-shape launcher, the new missile employs a cylinder-shape launcher similar to those found on the U.S. Harpoon and French Exocet missile systems. An Internet source photo published later suggested that the new missile was the PLA Navy’s latest YJ-62 long-range ASCM, which features a maximum range of 280km and INS/GPS + active radar guidance.
Despite carrying the development variant designation of the YingJi-6 (YJ-6, also known as C-601 in its export name, NATO codename: CAS-1 Kraken) anti-ship missile family, which was developed from the 1950s-era Soviet SS-N-2 Styx missile, the new YJ-62 missile bears little resemblance to the YJ-6. The missile body of the YJ-62 appears to be much slimmer and lighter, and clearly a far more modern design than the YJ-6.
China National Precision Machinery Import and Export Corporation (CPMIEC), a window company for the Chinese defence industry, published some details on the new YJ-62 anti-ship missile during the Defence Systems & Equipment International (DSEI) land and naval systems exhibition held in London during 13~16 September 2005. CPMIEC claimed that the YJ-62 is fitted with a frequency agile radar seeker, giving the missile much greater resistance to jamming compared to the mono-pulse radar seekers fitted on previous Chinese indigenous anti-ship missiles.
The YJ-62 ASCM outperforms most Western and Russian anti-ship missiles in terms of range and warhead mass, thought it is not clear whether the missile possesses the same accuracy and anti-jamming capability. Nevertheless, it demonstrates China’s capability to design and develop a world-class advanced anti-ship missile. As well as being able to attack surface ships, the YJ-62 fitted with an alternative guidance system may also be capable of attacking land targets, giving its carrier ship the long-range, stand-off precision strike capability.
The YJ-62 is a conventional cruise missile design, with mid-body wings which deploy following launch. The engine inlet is mounted slightly forward of the cruciform tail fins. The missile is 6.1m long, without the 0.9m launch booster, and weights 1,140kg. The solid propellant booster weighs an additional 210kg. The missile is powered by a small turbojet or turbofan engine.
It is claimed that the YJ-62 uses strap-down inertial guidance coupled with GPS, and active radar for the terminal phase. The missile has a stated range of 280km, with the missile flying at an altitude of 30m during the cruise phase of an engagement. In the terminal phase, the missile descends 7~10m. The active radar seeker has an acquisition range of up to 40km.
Length: 6.1m (withou booster); 7m (with booster)
Diameter: N/A B
Launch weight: 1,140kg (without booster); 1,350kg (with booster)
Warhead: 300kg HE
Propulsion: One turbojet/turbofan engine, one solid booster
Max speed: Mach 0.9
Max range: 280km
Flight Altitude: 30m (flight); 7~10 m (attacking)
Guidance Mode: Inertial + GPS, terminal active radar
Single-Shot Hit Probability: N/A
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