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The Ministry of Defense told about the deadlines for the delivery of the IRC "Vyshniy Volochek"

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New RTO “Vyshny Volochek” will be transferred to Russian the fleet in the current month, transfers RIA News the press service of the Ministry of Defense.




At present, the small rocket ship (ISC) "Vyshny Volochek" of the 21631 project is at the final stage of state tests in Novorossiysk and will join the Russian Navy this month. The ship was built as part of the shipbuilding program at Zelenodolsk Shipyard (Republic of Tatarstan),
says release.

It is reported that the displacement of the ships of this project is about a thousand tons, the estimated maximum speed reaches 23 nodes, and the autonomy is up to 10 days.

The department reminded that “Vyshniy Volochek” is the sixth ship of the modernized series “Buyan-M”, which have an increased displacement and are equipped with the latest high-precision rocket weapons long-range - the Caliber-NK universal missile system designed to destroy sea and coastal targets. ”

It was originally planned to transfer it to the fleet until the end of the 2017 year, after the completion of all phases of the test.

Recall that the 5 of May at the Pella plant near St. Petersburg launched the third one (the second serial) of the Shkval MRK of the 22800 Karakurt project. The Deputy Minister of Defense Yury Borisov at the solemn ceremony of the descent noted that the project, which includes the installation of "Calibrov", was implemented in record time.
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 6 May 2018 16: 50
    +3
    Well, the progress of these ships is up to 30 knots. And the air defense on them should be new - "Shell-M" ...
    Now I’m looking at why the performance characteristics have fallen so much?
    Yes indeed. Chinese diesel, stroke up to 25 knots. The 100 mm gun mount the rest (except for the "Caliber") is out of date ... In short, they are much inferior to the Squalls. They built too long ...
    1. 210ox
      210ox 6 May 2018 16: 53
      +3
      Perhaps because of changes in engines. It seems that the Chinese deliver there.
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Well, the progress of these ships is up to 30 knots. And the air defense on them should be new - "Shell-M" ...
      Now I’m looking at why the performance characteristics have fallen so much?
      1. figwam
        figwam 6 May 2018 17: 04
        +3
        Yes there is a Chinese diesel now.
      2. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
        Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 6 May 2018 17: 09
        +2
        Quote: 210ox
        It seems there are Chinese deliver.

        There were problems with them, with the cooling system. The diesel engine CHD622V20 is installed on the MRK of the 21631 project "Vyshny Volochek". The engine from China for the ships of the 21631 project is a licensed copy of the German "civilian" marine diesel engine TBD622, while the manufacturer Deutz-MWM has already left the market. Compared to MTU, which managed to put on the first Buyan-M, the Chinese diesel engine is less reliable and consumes more fuel.
    2. Alexander War
      Alexander War 6 May 2018 17: 05
      +2
      Here I think more it depends on the engines! So Amber builds quickly but because of the engines the last 3 Frigates From left to right: “Butakov”, “Makarov”, “Istomin” - PSZ “Yantar”, 04.04.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX
    3. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 6 May 2018 17: 23
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      In short, much inferior to the Squalls

      laughing exactly squalls, not karakurt? Yes, and the air defense of the Buyans is not at all a shell wink
      1. Aristarkh Lyudvigovich
        Aristarkh Lyudvigovich 6 May 2018 17: 25
        +2

        Quote: Mountain Shooter
        In short, much inferior to the Squalls

        laughing like squalls, not karakurt? Yes, and the air defense of the Buyans is not at all shell m wink

        "Flurry" clearly refers to the name of the RTO of the 22800 project "Karakurt". They have domestic diesel engines, the PANZIR-ME ZRAK instead of the Duet and the 2's “Flexible” (not at all), radars with the 2 headlights and somewhat better seaworthiness. Buyan is a river-sea, Karakut is a sea zone. 21631 is 150 tons heavier, 14 meters longer and 2 meters wider than 22800, but 22800 has more sediment on 1.40. In a severe storm, both RTOs will not leave the base, and in favorable weather both can go to the Mediterranean Sea.
        1. donavi49
          donavi49 6 May 2018 18: 06
          +4
          Some kind of confusion.

          - our diesel engines, megamonsters from the Sparky Star 2x56 cylinder. With a resource of 8000 hours (a cursed Chinese 22000 - that is, if a monster from a Star scatter into the compartment at 9000 an hour - this is an excellent indicator of confirming the highest quality of products, and if a Chinese is an occasion to demand fines and warranty measures, as well as voice your displeasure Chinese quality).

          - The duo and two are flexible was never on 22800. The first series came off the 2xAC-630M without anything else.


          - Karakurt grew out of the Nizhny Novgorod marine patrol, which died in the 00's. Buyan-M grew out of Buyan - which is a gunboat for the Caspian and Volga. Hence the water jets. And sediment to a minimum. All this was laid in the shape of the body. Actually this is the main thing. It’s one thing to embed a section, for example, or a little patch. It's completely different to draw and blow through a new case.
  2. kefan
    kefan 6 May 2018 16: 54
    +2
    And initially, in general, they called a specific date of delivery - April 30 of the current year.
  3. Alexander War
    Alexander War 6 May 2018 16: 58
    +1
    Small missile ships of project 22800 Karakurt have a speed of -30 knots and Small missile ships of project 21631 Buyan-M have a speed of 25 knots. You can even compare by displacement
    1. figwam
      figwam 6 May 2018 17: 25
      +1
      Alexander War

      22800 Karakurt, unlike 21631 Buyana-m, can carry both the anti-ship P-800 Onyx and the engines in neg domestic.
      1. Alexander War
        Alexander War 6 May 2018 17: 30
        +2
        Yes, and it was announced the modernization of the Navy until 2020 15 Frigates and 35 Corvettes on the Ships
      2. Alexander War
        Alexander War 6 May 2018 17: 34
        +1
        The most important thing is that the engines for the Frigates should be done! By the way, I don’t understand India, it seems like they ordered the Frigates from us, but they will not take the unfinished ones for us. They want new ones. As for me, in Yantar it’s better to lay Frigates pr 22350 or pr22356
      3. donavi49
        donavi49 6 May 2018 18: 09
        +2
        So they wrote what domestic. The good old Star with a resource of 8000 hours (from the Chinese 22000) - while a rather hellish pair of 2x56 cylinders = 1 engine.
        1. Alexander War
          Alexander War 6 May 2018 18: 55
          +1
          Propulsion system:
          3 x diesel engines M-507D-1 (source). M507D is an engine manufactured by PJSC Zvezda, consisting of two 56-cylinder compartments (diesel engines), each of which operates on its own shaft. The compartments are interconnected by a final drive transmitting rotation from the crankshafts of the compartments to the power take-off flange (source).
          Power M-507D - 5882 kW / 8000 hp
          Rotational speed at long useful (rated) power - 1750 rpm
          Specific fuel consumption - 226 g / kW * h
          Power take-off flange speed - 549 rpm
          Length - 7000 mm
          Width - 1820 mm
          height - 2490 mm
          Weight, no more - 16900 kg
          Resource before the first full bulkhead:
          - 8000 h (compartment)
          - 12000 h (main gear)
  4. Storming the Washington
    Storming the Washington 6 May 2018 17: 01
    0
    there is such a galaxy of military experts laughing straight branch of the General Staff soldier
    1. Tiksi-3
      Tiksi-3 6 May 2018 17: 08
      +3
      Quote: Storming the Washington DCs
      there’s such a galaxy of military experts right a branch of the General Staff

      disappointed? here are economists and astronauts and spies and members of the government .... and all as one will tell you what and how much and where laughing
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 6 May 2018 17: 25
        +3
        Quote: Tiksi-3
        Quote: Storming the Washington DCs
        there’s such a galaxy of military experts right a branch of the General Staff

        disappointed? here are economists and astronauts and spies and members of the government .... and all as one will tell you what and how much and where laughing

        In any case, in spite of your sarcasm, it’s a bit dumb to install Chinese engines ... the economy is in the palm of your hand ...
        1. Tiksi-3
          Tiksi-3 6 May 2018 17: 28
          0
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          Put Chinese engines dumb.

          wink are there any options? - no tady oh sad put the Chinese and puffed up with the development for the Navy of GTU-diesel engines and all-only .... break not build, just 10 years to suffer and will be all their own
        2. donavi49
          donavi49 6 May 2018 18: 15
          +2
          And what are the options? There is a ship - which is made for a specific engine. You can fix a star there, but then half of the ship will have to be redone.

          Therefore, we chose the one that is cheaper (traditionally on matches, saving - a penny in the pocket of the "Marine propulsion system" gasket - which was additionally messed up with the configuration on the first Buyan-M) and fits the given parameters.
  5. farcop
    farcop 6 May 2018 17: 38
    +2
    What about :
    USA launched a new rover
    1. cedar
      cedar 6 May 2018 18: 11
      +1
      Yes, and to hell with him.
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 6 May 2018 18: 12
      +6
      Well, it's the USA. Mars rover - what a Mars, experts here will tell you that you can’t fly there. And in general, everyone shoots in Hollywood (although they are mistaken - everyone draws in CGI studios - for example, in ILM laughing ).

      Well, what is the relation to the topic. Then let’s get the news - China launched the second 055 mega destroyer with 112 rocket mines on the day of the PLA Navy.
      1. farcop
        farcop 6 May 2018 20: 30
        0
        Quote: donavi49
        what is the relation to the topic
        Otherwise, no one here would have known about this. hi
  6. san4es
    san4es 6 May 2018 18: 15
    +3
    Photo: "City of Sviyazhsk"
    Small missile ship project 21631 "Buyan-M"
    Release Date: 2013
    Displacement: 949 t
    Lenght: 74,1 m
    Width: 11 m
    Draft: 2,6 m
    Reservation: No
    Crew: 36 people
    Powerplant: 1x M507A diesel, 10000 hp
    Range: 2500 miles with an economical ride
    Maximum speed: 25 knots
    Armament: 1 × 1-100 mm AU A-190 "Universal"
    2x 14,5 mm machine gun mounts
    3x 7,62 mm machine gun mounts
    1x 30 mm AK-630M-2 Duet
    1 × 8 Caliber (or Onyx) missiles
    2 launchers of Igla anti-aircraft missiles (or Igla-M)
    The autonomy of the ship is ten days, or 2500 miles. The artillery weapons of the ship are: 1x 100-mm A-190M artillery mount, 1x 30mm AK-630M-2 Duet artillery mount. In addition, the armament includes 2 anti-aircraft missile launchers "Bending R", 2x14,5 mm and 3x7,62 mm machine guns.
    As the power plant of the MRK of project 21631 Buyan-M, it was originally intended to use 4x16-cylinder engines from MTU Friedrichshafen (Germany), but subsequently they were replaced with Russian analogues of the Kolomensky Zavod and Zvezda plant from St. Petersburg. The total power of the power plant is about 10 thousand horsepower. soldier .
  7. Jack O'Neill
    Jack O'Neill 6 May 2018 19: 13
    +2
    MRK - 23 node ... what
    Gerald Ford> 30 knots! Ford, Avik for 100k tonnes of displacement!
  8. Greg Miller
    Greg Miller 6 May 2018 19: 46
    +2
    But in the USSR, 6 submarines were handed over to the fleet a year at the shipyard ... and then, about 5 years later, "getting off our knees", we’ll be happy for the lowered boats ...
    1. Fisher martin
      Fisher martin 7 May 2018 14: 12
      +1
      You are not the USSR to us. The possibilities are not the same. bully
  9. Ivan Tarava
    Ivan Tarava 6 May 2018 20: 28
    +1
    I thought Karakurt came to replace the Buyans.
  10. Beltasir matyagu
    Beltasir matyagu 6 May 2018 23: 12
    +1
    When I read that Chinese engines on ships I want to strangle someone very strongly with a cord from an iron