F35 Maximum RPM Sound – SFX
Demonstration of the F35 Maximum RPM Sound from the F-35 Lightning II SFX sound library.
The library includes 33 audio files and the detailed PDF-instruction for developers on how to use it. Total duration: 19 min.
The aircraft has three main variants. The F-35A is for conventional takeoffs and landings where the full runway is available. The F-35B is for short takeoff and vertical landings like helicopters. While F-35C is to land and take off from aircraft carriers. All three variants have Pratt & Whitney F135-PW-100 afterburning turbofan, 28 000 lbf thrust dry, 43 000 lbf with afterburner.
Some Interesting Facts About The F-35 Lightning II:
- Made by tech-masters Rolls-Royce, the F-35’s LiftSystem is an innovative propulsion system that allows for the main engine exhaust to be redirected for direct vertical lift. Perfect for carrier deployment.
- The F-35 has a tiny radar cross-section (the size of a golf ball) thanks to heavy implementation of fibre-mat in its construction, as well as stealth-friendly chines for vortex lift as used on the SR-71 Blackbird.
- A panoramic glass cockpit display (PCD) is standard on the F-35, allowing unparalleled visibility. Speech-recognition systems also offer audio control of parts of the pilot interface.