On the Baltic Shipyard called the laying date of the fourth icebreaker of project 22220

On the Baltic Shipyard called the laying date of the fourth icebreaker of project 22220

The laying of the third serial nuclear-powered icebreaker of project 22220 is planned for May 2020 at the Baltic Shipyard in St. Petersburg. This was reported by the press service of the enterprise.


In May of this year, we plan to lay the third serial nuclear icebreaker of project 22220

- said in a statement.

The planned icebreaker will be the fourth vessel of project 22220 and the third serial. The leading icebreaker of the Arctic series is undergoing sea trials; its transfer was scheduled for May this year. The first production icebreaker Siberia was laid in 2015, the second - Ural - in 2016. At present, both icebreakers are being completed afloat, the deadline for commissioning Siberia is 2021, and the Urals 2022.

Last year, the State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom announced a decision to extend a series of icebreakers of Project 22220 by two more units. It is planned that the fourth icebreaker of the series will be handed over to the customer in 2024, and the fifth, the bookmark date of which has not yet been determined, in 2027.

A feature of the 22220 project icebreakers is the use of variable draft using ballast tanks. Double-deck ships can operate both in deep water and in shallow water in river beds, overcoming ice up to 3-meters thick without losing speed. According to project data, new icebreakers will become the largest and most powerful in the world.

The main power plant of icebreakers includes two "Rhythm-200" reactors with thermal capacity of 175 MW each. Its main advantage over other similar installations lies in its compactness and economy, as well as energy-efficient integrated layout.
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  1. Piramidon 2 May 2020 16: 48 New
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    Seriously took up the Northern Sea Route. It smells like year-round navigation. Unless they are going to trade icebreakers.
    1. Sky strike fighter 2 May 2020 17: 08 New
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      So they would have taken for 22350M.
      1. Nemchinov Vl 2 May 2020 18: 04 New
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        So they would have taken for 22350M.
        well, for starters, at least for 22350.1 (24 launchers ... missiles). smile
        Quote: Piramidon
        It smells like year-round navigation. Unless they are going to trade icebreakers.
        they seem to have to guard the convoys, in case of aggravation of the international situation ...(!) repeat
        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Icebreakers 22220 with a displacement of over 30 tons are molded like pies in less than three years,
        not. an average of five ... no
        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        ... and frigates 22350 of 5 tons each have been under construction for at least five years!
        not less than ten so far (unfortunately) (!)
        Quote: Connor MacLeod
        Why is that?

        It suggests that - "so someone needs to mean!" ... recourse
        the number of icebreakers operating in the fleet is close to the number of operating first-class BNKs (!) belay ... Maybe it’s just there, above, they already know for sure that there will be no war, but we are not yet ?! belay request
        1. Connor MacLeod 2 May 2020 19: 45 New
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          Quote: Nemchinov Vl
          It suggests that - "so someone needs to mean!" ...
          the number of icebreakers operating in the fleet is very close to the number of operating first-class BNKs (!) ... Maybe it’s just there, above, they already know for sure that there won’t be a war, but we aren’t yet ?!

          It just became interesting why the frigate 22350 (a relatively small ship) is being built with such a turtle speed?
          1. Nemchinov Vl 2 May 2020 20: 19 New
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            Quote: Connor MacLeod
            It just became interesting why the frigate 22350 (a relatively small ship) is being built with such a turtle speed?
            Eugene, well, if interested, then of course you can take into account - https://shoehanger.livejournal.com/547182.html ... hi And of course, knowledge of the priorities of the country's leadership ?! recourse I've stopped understanding the logic of leadership request Otherwise, the questions of creating a center - offshore gas turbine engine building and gear assembly (!)would be more important than creating an icebreaker fleet. winked as I previously thought, but request
    2. Nick 2 May 2020 22: 50 New
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      Quote: Piramidon
      Seriously took up the Northern Sea Route. It smells like year-round navigation. Unless they are going to trade icebreakers.

      Why shoot yourself in the foot. Posting an icebreaker through the NSR costs money and we do not need competitors.
  2. NF68 2 May 2020 16: 55 New
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    This news is much nicer than endless talk about coronovirus.
    1. Vadim Zhivov 2 May 2020 17: 01 New
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      That's for sure .. And also the "Academician Chersky" near Kaliningrad already ... hi
  3. wow
    wow 2 May 2020 17: 02 New
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    And on this super you need to put a few launchers (vertical bars) for Caliber, Granite and hedgehogs with them .... Then there will be MUCH fewer questions about the affiliation of SevMorPuti.
    1. Piramidon 2 May 2020 17: 21 New
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      Quote: yo-mine
      And on this super you need to put a few launchers

      Give for each longboat on the "Mace" !!! good laughing
    2. AU Ivanov. 2 May 2020 17: 23 New
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      Yeah. And on the MS-21 hang a pair of X-22. So, just in case.
    3. Nick 2 May 2020 22: 54 New
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      Quote: yo-mine
      And on this super you need to put a few launchers (vertical bars) for Caliber, Granite and hedgehogs with them .... Then there will be MUCH fewer questions about the affiliation of SevMorPuti.

      Even the first nuclear-powered icebreaker in the world, the Lenin nuclear-powered icebreaker, provided for the installation of weapons in case of military operations. And now I think, and even more so.
  4. Pvi1206 2 May 2020 17: 03 New
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    seven feet under the keel!...
    1. Peter is not the first 2 May 2020 19: 33 New
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      Then we can add to these seven feet under the keel so that there is no more than 2,8 meters of ice, and even more importantly, their demand on our NSR for year-round escort of peace ships from around the world.
  5. APASUS 2 May 2020 17: 18 New
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    As I understand it, on the appearance of such news, our "partners" will now require the allocation of additional funds from Congress?
  6. Old26 2 May 2020 17: 29 New
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    Quote: yo-mine
    And on this super you need to put a few launchers (vertical bars) for Caliber, Granite and hedgehogs with them .... Then there will be MUCH fewer questions about the affiliation of SevMorPuti.

    Yeah, and 2 more regiment "Governor", air division TU-160 and air division SU-57 laughing Completely on the launchers for Caliber, Granite (which are no longer available) "moved"? So, let’s put such launchers for each tanker, for each bulk carrier and passenger. Does the roof go completely ??? am
  7. Ravil_Asnafovich 2 May 2020 17: 34 New
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    Better to build, there will be applications.
  8. Connor MacLeod 2 May 2020 17: 34 New
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    Icebreakers 22220 with a displacement of over 30 tons are molded like pies in less than three years, and frigates 000 of 22350 tons are built for at least five years! Why is that?
    1. donavi49 2 May 2020 17: 54 New
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      What are 3 years ???

      Arctic - laid in November 2013. Due to the state of emergency during tests, it will probably never show the set parameters, even after a major overhaul with modernization for 2/3 of the icebreaker’s cost, because replacing the engine is impossible without actually cutting the ship, dismantling the major structures, cutting off the power set and communications.

      The bottom line:
      Commission created after the failure of the propeller motor, allows the operation of an icebreaker with a power limit of up to 50 MW. However, this decision requires coordination at the government level, the newspaper notes.

      Siberia - laid at the end of May 2015. This year, maximum sea trials. The next change if there is no emergency.

      The Urals were laid in the summer of 2016, surrender 22-23 years.

      So not even 5 years old.
      1. Connor MacLeod 2 May 2020 18: 16 New
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        I talked about launching, not about surrender.

        Icebreakers 22220:

        Title // Bookmark // Launch
        Arctic ..... 05.11.2013/16.06.2016/XNUMX ... XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Siberia ....... 26.05.2015/22.09.2017/XNUMX ... XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Ural ........... 25.07.2016/25.05.2019/XNUMX .... XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX

        Less than 3 years each ...

        Now frigates 22350:

        Title /// Bookmark /// Launching
        Gorshkov .... 01.02.2006/29.10.2010/XNUMX ..... XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Kasatonov. 26.11.2009/12.12.2014/XNUMX ..... XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX
        Golovko ...... 01.02.2012/XNUMX/XNUMX ..... ????????????
        Isakov ........ 14.11.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX ..... ???????????

        5 years and more. Despite the fact that the displacement of the frigate is 6 times (!!!) less ...
        1. 210ox 2 May 2020 19: 40 New
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          It is not a matter of displacement. Why put the case on the water if there is nothing to fill it with yet? In any case, this is my opinion.
  9. Semenov Semen Semenych 2 May 2020 17: 35 New
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    Thank you interesting
    1. Semenov Semen Semenych 2 May 2020 18: 04 New
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      An entertaining article on how to assemble rotors.

      Given the parallels, an interesting question.

      https://shoehanger.livejournal.com/723024.html
      1. 210ox 2 May 2020 19: 43 New
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        Yes, VPM is required when starting a turbine from a cold state. I worked at a power plant with TMZ 110-130.