Low resolution Retired Vulcan Bomber Flight Manual(AFM), Maintenance Manual(AMM), SRM and IPC

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Vulcan Bomber was the 1st generation bomber of Britain, which was the only jet heavy bomber which have been kept for air show after its retirement for 30 years.
However, after the bankrupt of the vulcan-keeping company for air show and the age of vulcan, it is not capable for flight after 2015.
Its main shortage was its short range, only capable within Europe, and the range too short for other countries.
For example, other bombers could cruise for at least 8000km, but vulcan could only cruise 4800km.
However theoretically bombers have some civil usage possibilities, which is better than other civil aircrafts.
When used in war, it could ruin lives, but for civil usage, it could save lives. In the following post of the thread, I would post some possible civil usages of bomber, which are special but with a great potential.
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B.1B.1AB.2B.2 (MRR)K.2
Wingspan99 ft 5 in (30.30 m)111 ft 0 in (33.83 m)
Length97 ft 1 in (29.59 m)105 ft 6 in (32.16 m) [99 ft 11 in (30.45 m) without probe]
Height26 ft 6 in (8.08 m)27 ft 1 in (8.26 m)
Wing area3,554 sq ft (330.2 m2​)[251]3,964 sq ft (368.3 m2​)[251]
Max. takeoff weight167,000 lb (76,000 kg)
185,000 lb (84,000 kg) (operational necessity)
204,000 lb (93,000 kg)
Cruising speedMach 0.86 indicated
Max. speedMach 0.95 indicatedMach 0.93 indicated
(Mach 0.92 with 301 engines)
Mach 0.93
indicated
Unknown
Service ceiling55,000 ft (17,000 m)[251]45,000 to 56,000 ft (14,000 to 17,000 m)[nb 2]
Electrical system112 V DC115/200 V AC 3-phase 400 Hz
Emergency electrical
system
BatteryRam air turbine and Airborne Auxiliary Power Plant
Engines4 × Bristol
Olympus 101, 102 or 104
, 58kN each
4 × Bristol
Olympus 104, 58kN each
4 × Bristol Siddeley
Olympus 200-series, 301, 78kN each
4 × Bristol Siddeley
Olympus 200-series, 78kN each
Fuel capacity
(main)
9,280 imp gal (11,140 US gal; 42,200 l) / 74,240 lb (33,675 kg) avtur)[nb 3]9,260 imp gal (11,120 US gal; 42,100 l) / 74,080 lb (33,602 kg)
Fuel capacity
(bomb bay)
None0–1,990 imp gal (0–2,390 US gal; 0–9,047 l) / 0–15,920 lb (0–7,221 kg)1,990 imp gal (2,390 US gal; 9,000 l) / 15,920 lb (7,221 kg)[nb 4]2,985 imp gal (3,585 US gal; 13,570 l) / 23,880 lb (10,832 kg)[nb 5]
Powered flying controls1 × rudder (duplex), 4 × elevators, 4 × ailerons1 × rudder (duplex), 8 × elevons
Armament1 × free-fall nuclear bomb or
21 × 1,000 lb (450 kg)
conventional bombs
1 × Blue Steel missile or
1 × free-fall nuclear bomb or
21 × 1,000 lb (450 kg)
conventional bombs
None

In the first post of the thread, there will be Vulcan mk.2 Flight Manual(AFM), Maintenance Manual(AMM), SRM and IPC.
All of the Vulcan 2 manuals are in this folder:
alternate link:
or here:

another alternate link with access code 1234

Vulcan mk.2 Aircrew Manual(AFM) here:
alternate link:
Vulcan mk.2 AMM(Maintenance Manual in 6 volumes, with 2 volumes of Electronic manuals):
alternate links:

alternate link with access code 1234

Vulcan mk.2 SRM(Structural Repair Manual) here:
alternate link:

Volcan Mk.2 IPC(Illustrated Parts Catalogue) here:
alternate link:

another alternate link with access code 1234

Disclaimer: These items are shared for historical reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide manuals on long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 
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In the second post of the thread, there will be Vulcan mk.1 Flight Manual(AFM), Maintenance Manual(AMM), SRM and IPC.
All the manuals are in this folder:
alternate link:
or here:

another alternate link with access code 1234

Vulcan mk.1 Aircrew Manual(AFM) here:
alternate link:
Vulcan mk.1 AMM(Maintenance Manual in 3 volumes):
alternate links:

alternate link with access code 1234

Vulcan mk.1 SRM(Structural Repair Manual):
alternate link:
Volcan mk.1 IPC(Illustrated Parts Catalogue):
alternate link:

another alternate link with access code 1234

Disclaimer: These items are shared for historical reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide manuals on long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 
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Vulcan concept mk1 change concept:
Using 2 D30KPII engine with S-shaped gas inlet.
1960s Early Soviet Turbofan tech Engine NK-8 and D30 maintenance manuals and illustrated parts catalogue ( IPC ), for historical ref only:

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Vulcan concept mk2 change concept:
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Engine: 4 JT8D early engines:
P&W JT8D/Volvo RM8 Engine 1960s Early version Maintenance Manuals with ipc, and early AL-31 engine 1980s manual and partial drawing:

Civil Usage concepts:
Civil Usage Concept 1: Firefighting bomb thrower:
Using specially-made Firefighting bombs to put off the fire. It's much safer than traditional low-altitude water-bombers, dropping from higher altitude.

Civil Usage concept 2: Dangerous mountainous area digger: Using cheap versions of Ordnance Penetrator, used in building highways in dangerous mountainous area. It helps to reduce the danger of people building structures in mountainous areas.

Civil Usage concept 3: Aerial Carrier Rocket launcher platform, which helps to reduce the need of fuel for the rocket, enabling to launch at the equator.
Similar product:

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Grumman Aerial rocket public user's manual:
alternate link:
Pegasus_UG_Printed

another alternate link with access code 1234

Civil Usage concept 4: Easier to throw foods and drinks to disaster areas or ships in danger.

Civil Usage concept 5: Engine test platform.


Disclaimer: These items are shared for historical reference, sharing for non-profitable use only.
This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs .... For proprietary reasons we generally only provide manuals on long-time out-of-production Aircraft / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the accuracy or currency of any manuals.


Reference herein to any specific commercial products by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, is not meant to imply or suggest any endorsement by, or affiliation with that manufacturer or supplier. All trade names, trademarks and manufacturer names are the property of their respective owners.
 
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