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Tests of "Admiral Makarov" will continue after the holidays

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Immediately after the New Year holidays, the next stages of state tests of the newest frigate “Admiral Makarov” will be held, the press service of the Western Military District said.


The third completed by the construction of JSC "Baltic Shipbuilding Plant" Yantar "for the Russian Navy patrol ship (frigate)" Admiral Makarov "modified project 11356

“During the tests, the running performance of the ship, the operation of the main power plant, ship systems and devices will be checked. Particular attention will be paid to the work of the power plant, steering gear, auxiliary mechanisms, communications, detection and navigation, anchor device ", - said in a release.

There will also be "speed and maneuverability tests of the ship, its weapons and aircraft complex," added the press service.

The district noted that state tests "are one of the mandatory stages completing the construction process of any ship, and are carried out for the purpose of final testing of its systems and mechanisms for compliance with the approved specifications, diagrams, technical descriptions and operating instructions."

Help press service: “The 1135.6 frigates of the project are designed to counter surface ships and submarines, to repel attacks of air attack weapons, both independently and as part of formations. They have universal missile and artillery weapons and modern radio equipment for anti-submarine and air defense. The ships of this series have a displacement of about 4 thousand tons, the length of 125 m, speed - up to 30 nodes. "

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  1. oleg-gr
    oleg-gr 4 January 2017 13: 04
    +3
    Another new "Admiral" will soon join the fleet. It's great that the update continues despite the crisis.
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 4 January 2017 13: 08
      +8
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Another new "Admiral" will soon join the fleet. It's great that the update continues despite the crisis.

      Will arrive in the regiment of "admirals" and frigates. The fleet is growing. good
      1. Nevsky_ZU
        Nevsky_ZU 4 January 2017 13: 14
        +7
        Somehow these tests pass for a long time ... they were delayed. I thought he would be up to NG as part of the Black Sea Fleet.
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 4 January 2017 13: 36
          +10
          Quote: Nevsky_ZU
          Somehow these tests pass for a long time ... they were delayed. I thought he would be up to NG as part of the Black Sea Fleet

          Will bring to mind, as long as it does not work with "Essen". request
          1. Nevsky_ZU
            Nevsky_ZU 4 January 2017 14: 50
            +2
            Quote: vovanpain
            Quote: Nevsky_ZU
            Somehow these tests pass for a long time ... they were delayed. I thought he would be up to NG as part of the Black Sea Fleet

            Will bring to mind, as long as it does not work with "Essen". request


            Well, there is not the factory workers' fault, but unauthorized persons on the bridge.
            1. Boa kaa
              Boa kaa 4 January 2017 16: 15
              +2
              Quote: Nevsky_ZU
              there is not the fault of the factory workers, but of strangers on the bridge.

              If not difficult, explain your idea, plz!
              Who was superfluous on the bridge: belay
              a) the commander of the ship;
              b) the senior on board and the passage;
              c) calculation of the running post;
              d) other persons not indicated above.
              PS And one more request. If it's not difficult, give a reference to the "cancer driving" instructions, plz, don't count it for work ... Aha?
              Yours faithfully, hi
              1. 210ox
                210ox 4 January 2017 16: 41
                +3
                Superfluity on the bridge was SELF-CONFIDENCE and HACKING!
                Quote: BoA KAA
                Quote: Nevsky_ZU
                there is not the fault of the factory workers, but of strangers on the bridge.

                If not difficult, explain your idea, plz!
                Who was superfluous on the bridge: belay
                a) the commander of the ship;
                b) the senior on board and the passage;
                c) calculation of the running post;
                d) other persons not indicated above.
                PS And one more request. If it's not difficult, give a reference to the "cancer driving" instructions, plz, don't count it for work ... Aha?
                Yours faithfully, hi
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      2. Paranoid50
        Paranoid50 4 January 2017 23: 03
        +2
        Quote: bouncyhunter
        The fleet is growing.

        Let's just say: growing up. yes
    2. Titsen
      Titsen 4 January 2017 13: 10
      +2
      Quote: oleg-gr
      Remarkably, the update continues despite the crisis.


      To paraphrase a little - The crisis is not in closets, but in the heads!
    3. Sterlya
      Sterlya 4 January 2017 20: 08
      0
      I hope he has everything okay
  2. OLD FART
    OLD FART 4 January 2017 13: 06
    +2
    Well, that will go to Syria, to replace the "Kuzi" .... The Fleet is expensive, but you still need to go in this direction! The nuclear submarines are on duty, something about them is silence in the articles (but that's good ..)
    1. san4es
      san4es 4 January 2017 14: 43
      +9
      What the hell? Where did the information come from?
      1. OLD FART
        OLD FART 4 January 2017 16: 16
        0
        Quote: san4es
        What the hell? Where did the information come from?

        And with ... Write a phone number.
        1. san4es
          san4es 4 January 2017 17: 04
          +9
          There is no run-through frigate through the stormy Atlantic hi
    2. saturn.mmm
      saturn.mmm 4 January 2017 17: 09
      0
      Quote: STARPER
      Well, that will go to Syria, to replace "Kuzi" ..

      Is it a frigate to replace an aircraft carrier?
      1. OLD FART
        OLD FART 4 January 2017 17: 17
        0
        Quote: saturn.mmm
        Quote: STARPER
        Well, that will go to Syria, to replace "Kuzi" ..

        Is it a frigate to replace an aircraft carrier?

        Not an aircraft carrier, but an aircraft carrier cruiser! The difference is big ..... Well, why not, our VKS are there ... The frigate would be tested! An interesting project, very ..
        1. san4es
          san4es 4 January 2017 17: 44
          +9
          ... A minder would go there? soldier
  3. Knight Rider
    Knight Rider 4 January 2017 13: 45
    +5
    It is a pity they did not have time to raise the flag. But still, 2016 was a successful year for the fleet soldier
    The results of 2016: the laying of new ships
    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/88508/
    1. The Little Humpbacked Horse
      The Little Humpbacked Horse 4 January 2017 13: 56
      +1
      Quote: KnightRider
      The results of 2016: the laying of new ships
      http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/88508/


      Just so new

      So today [March 19, 2016] at the Yantar shipyard in Kaliningrad, a new vessel for the Main Directorate of Deep Sea Research [GUGI] of the RF Ministry of Defense Evgeny Gorigledzhan was laid down, or rather re-laid down.

      The Yevgeny Gorigledzhan vessel is being built on the basis of the MB-305 rescue tug, built in Poland, at the Shchecin shipyard in 1983 and serving in the Northern and Baltic fleets, which reduced the cost of its construction by 40%.


      What is this innovation in shipbuilding, stick a new superstructure to the bottom of the 33 year old rescue tug. What would you know, ships are usually decommissioned after 30 years of operation
      1. Knight Rider
        Knight Rider 4 January 2017 14: 56
        0
        Quote: Humpbacked Horse
        .You would know that ships are usually decommissioned after 30 years of operation.

        Yeah. Write about this on the Black Sea Fleet to the captain of "Sharp" laughing
        1. svd-xnumx
          svd-xnumx 4 January 2017 17: 29
          +1
          There are ships and older
          "Commune", until 1922, "Volkhov" - a marine vessel, a rescuer of submarines, by design - a catamaran. The oldest ship of the Russian Navy and the oldest ship in the world, actually in service [1] [* 1].

          Now it is at the disposal of the Black Sea Fleet. It has been upgraded, equipped with an underwater robot Seaeye Panther Plus.

          History [edit | edit wiki text]
          The idea of ​​building a specialized rescue vessel for the needs of submariners was submitted in June 1909 by the commander of the submarine "Mullet" of the Siberian Flotilla V. A. Merkushov. In his memorandum, he referred as an example to the German ship Vulkan, the characteristics of which he had learned earlier, while serving in the Baltic Sea, from literature and from officers receiving submarines of the Karp type at the German shipyard Germaniawerft in Kiel [2] . The idea was noticed, by 1911 the project was developed, and by 1915 the ship, which received the name "Volkhov", was built.

          The Volkhov was first used in June 1917 when lifting the AG-15 submarine off the Aland Islands. [3]
      2. avt
        avt 4 January 2017 15: 16
        0
        Quote: Humpbacked Horse
        .You would know that ships are usually decommissioned after 30 years of operation.

        Oooh! Yes, here we have a cool mariman drew where Burilichev is! bully By the way, and there is someone, well, not like that, even poorer bully , who would highlight - they will sort out the diesel, or will they put a new one?
        1. The Little Humpbacked Horse
          The Little Humpbacked Horse 4 January 2017 15: 41
          +2
          Quote: avt
          Oooh! Yes, we got a cool mariman here


          Yes, yes, yes, 15 years in the fleet, only in the commercial one, how do you have anything to do with the fleet, or only the yacht "BEDA" in cartoons saw
          1. avt
            avt 4 January 2017 16: 49
            0
            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            Yes, yes, 15 years in the Navy, only merchant,

            How many years did the "Liberty" inherited by the USSR go during the war? How many years later did the same USs have in the reserve of their Navy? And the quality of their workmanship is really wartime.
            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            you are related to the fleet

            From my first education, I was just an engineer, and, as it were, a sin - they taught me well then. So if
            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            15 years in the navy

            they didn’t allow the mind to develop the simple idea that if there were no problems in the hull, but for this one it would be exact otherwise Burilichev would have taken it, then the question is only in diesels and other fittings.
            Quote: Humpbacked Horse
            yacht "BEDA" seen in cartoons

            Not only, just be curious about the "Commune" / "Volkhov". Hull wear (docked in the 90s) - 3 (THREE!)%
            1. The Little Humpbacked Horse
              The Little Humpbacked Horse 4 January 2017 17: 39
              0
              Quote: avt
              then the question is only in diesels and other fittings.


              Yes, we in the IMF also dealt with this, inquire about the vessels of the VS-14 project
              http://fleetphoto.ru/projects/1093/
              when a new superstructure was attached to the old hull and an additional section of the hold was inserted. In theory, everything seems to be fine, but in practice. Due to economy, ballast pipes and fittings were not always changed, and imagine, it seems, like a new ship, and inside there are clamps and the engine team is on the line, where it’ll break through today. It’s good even though the diesel engines have been changed and there are no problems with them. It’s not clear what will happen to the main and diesel generators, judging by the savings, they can sort out the old ones, and 40 years old to service the project’s diesel engines a long time ago a more qualified machine team is required, these are not modern with a CPU control. It's the same as investing endlessly in repairing an old machine, instead of buying a new one and forgetting about problems. And yet such a moment, superintendents make good money on refurbishing signing papers for work not done in real life, as it were
              1. avt
                avt 4 January 2017 18: 45
                +1
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                Here it is not clear what will happen to the main and diesel generators, judging by the savings, they can also sort out the old ones, and to service the diesel engines of the project 40 years ago, a more qualified machine team is required, these are not modern with control from the CPU.

                Carefully again
                Quote: avt
                , who would highlight - they will sort out the diesel, or will they put a new one?

                Nash-a-alnik, mana, I don’t know. BUT somehow I do not believe that dandruff will be put in there, again, attentively we read our own
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                For General Directorate of Deepwater Research [

                All the best for children bully This fleet is replenishing at such a rate - others will be jealous. There, on Pella, they planted two seemingly experimental ships ... I would not want to be near those and when they will conduct "experiments" on it above them bully
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                This is the same as investing endlessly in the repair of an old car, instead of buying a new one and forgetting about the problems.

                Metal, especially from nuclear submarines, and machines and mechanisms with OFI, if they have undergone major overhaul and verification, put nothing terrible. Of course, when they do not stupidly steal. Now, instead of 100mm, they will put 76mm on Karakurt instead of XNUMXmm. Thinking new? One hundred pounds, like the Vietnamese proper, from the arsenal from storage podshamanny.
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                And yet such a moment, superintendents make good money on re-equipment by signing papers for work not done in real life, however here

                Well, not such education
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                General Directorate of Deep-Water Research [GUGI] MO

                To miss such a zhermazo, and
                Quote: Humpbacked Horse
                Superintendents

                really sadomasochists must be in order to play such games with those guys. bully So the device should turn out to be weighted, though without a turntable, but it seems to be going to the Black Sea Fleet ..... to explore the bridge .... bully
      3. gispanec
        gispanec 6 January 2017 08: 48
        0
        Quote: Humpbacked Horse
        What would you know, ships are usually decommissioned after 30 years of operation

        ships, maybe, but ships are unlikely !!!
    2. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn 4 January 2017 18: 00
      +3
      Quote: KnightRider
      But still, 2016 was a successful year for the fleet soldier

      in terms of the fact that they finally accepted 2 frigates and a minesweeper, which in 2015 should have taken ?! For most ships, the deadlines again sailed away. The contract for Varshavyanka is closed for the Black Sea Fleet, I don’t know what will please us in 2017 - unless they finally hand over Makarov and Gorshkov (in the mind of Gren and Perfect)
  4. bald
    bald 4 January 2017 13: 46
    +2
    Had tests ended in the Mediterranean and Black Seas as well.
  5. ride78
    ride78 4 January 2017 15: 03
    +1
    Enough of these "newest" ones. I'm sick already)
  6. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 4 January 2017 20: 05
    0
    about the fleet in "major" is always nice ... especially the Baltic ... yes (family)