New deadlines for launching the frigate of project 22350 Admiral Golovko

New deadlines for launching the frigate of project 22350 Admiral Golovko

The third frigate of project 22350 Admiral Golovko will be launched on May 22. In connection with the coronavirus, the ceremony will be held with a minimum number of participants. This was reported by TASS with reference to a source in the military-industrial complex.


The launch of the newest frigate is scheduled for May 22. The ceremony will be held with a minimum number of participants in connection with the coronavirus

- the agency leads the words of the source.

Earlier, the press service of the Severnaya Verf shipyard, which built the frigate, announced that the launching of the ship was planned for late April or early May. However, the deadlines were postponed due to coronavirus infection. Currently, Admiral Golovko is in a floating dock, where he was moved from the boathouse at the end of March. Outboard work and painting of the lower part are underway on the ship.

"Admiral Golovko" is the third ship in the series of frigates of project 22350 and the second serial. Laid down on February 1, 2012, transmission the fleet scheduled for 2021. At present, the head frigate of project 22350 Admiral Gorshkov is serving in the Russian Navy; the first serial Admiral Kasatonov is getting ready for commissioning. The fourth frigate of the series (third serial) "Admiral Isakov" was laid down on November 14, 2013 and is under construction. Two more frigates of this project - Admiral Amelko and Admiral Chichagov - were laid at the Severnaya Verf shipyard on April 23, 2019.

Note that Admiral Golovko is the first frigate of project 22350 with a fully Russian power plant. The leading and first production frigates of Project 22350 - Admiral Gorshkov and Admiral Kasatonov - are equipped with diesel engines of Russian production, but gas turbine units (GTU) manufactured by the Ukrainian company Zorya-Mashproekt are used as afterburners. At the "Admiral Golovko" installed domestic analogue of the Ukrainian gas turbine. According to open information, the main power plant of frigates of project 22350 is a gas turbine engine with a total capacity of 65 thousand liters. from. and diesel generators with a total capacity of 4 thousand kW.
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  1. Nine years from the bookmark ... Long! Not forgivably long! I recall with sadness information about the construction of military ships in Soviet times.
    1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 11: 46 New
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      There were problems with the engine, more precisely with its Ukrainian part. Turbines + gearbox. The fact that GTE now stands on the frigate is a fact, but whether the gearboxes are installed is not known. "Admiral Golovko" in the dock before the descent.
      1. antivirus 21 May 2020 12: 45 New
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        such a small spoon and so much it can’t be digested, completed.
        And not 100 tons of VI.
        What a shame what the fleet brought to Shoigu, how shameful he is before the couch’s couch!
        1. Starshina 21 May 2020 17: 34 New
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          And you don’t bullshit not to let out your turbines and engines it is a shame ...
          1. Alexey RA 22 May 2020 09: 17 New
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            Quote: Starshina
            And you don’t bullshit not to let out your turbines and engines it is a shame ...

            What a horror - all countries in the world, except three, are disgraced.
            For their ship gas-turbine engines are produced by the USA (GE), Britain (RR) and Ukraine (Zorya-Mashproekt). All the others, to one degree or another, are collaborating with this troika (the same China is tied to Zorya).
          2. antivirus 24 May 2020 20: 55 New
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            I bow to an equal god. poke everyone?
      2. Fmax 21 May 2020 16: 39 New
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        So then it is the state, in order to solve such problems in advance, to plan, to mobilize production. And this is how the Soviet ships will rot in our country, and they will build new units.
        1. Starshina 21 May 2020 17: 44 New
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          But the yachts of Russian billionaires are more expensive and the best in the world !!! There is something to be proud of ...
    2. musorg 21 May 2020 12: 49 New
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      Everything will be fine!
    3. Krasnoyarsk 21 May 2020 13: 23 New
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      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Nine years from the bookmark ... Long! Not forgivably long! I recall with sadness information about the construction of military ships in Soviet times.

      Compare with the pace of construction of Afromax. Looks like tankers are more important.
      And do not tell that one does not concern the other. As for the.
      1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 13: 35 New
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        You have an incorrect comparison of a completely Russian frigate and for the most part an imported tanker. The first "Afromax", the name "St. Petersburg", without a nasal tip, was dragged from South Korea, dragged from the floating dock onto the slipway of SSK Zvezda. The nasal tip of several sections for this Afromax was assembled at the Zvezda SSK, then docked with the hull delivered from South Korea and launched into the water.
        1. Krasnoyarsk 21 May 2020 13: 42 New
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          Quote: Bashkirkhan
          You have an incorrect comparison of a frigate and a tanker.

          I am not comparing a frigate with a tanker, but the pace of construction.
          And the pace of construction to a large extent depends on funding.
          1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 13: 52 New
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            After the annexation of Crimea, the test bench, gearboxes and turbines for the frigate of project 22350 remained behind the front line. For billions of rubles, a stand was built in Rybinsk and turbines were reproduced. It is not possible to buy them. Also, for one frigate of project 22350, 2 (two) PO55 gearboxes are required. Gearboxes are made so far on 1 (one) ship. The gearboxes will be run-in, dismantled for the last time, defective, assembled on Saturn, on the stand, and already rotated as part of the DGTA M55R. And there, according to the results of bench tests, the assembly of the second pair of our own production will begin. Have completed the tests, I do not know. The fact that Saturn can produce one M90FR (as you know, three M90FRs have already been made) and put it at the Severnaya Verf is a very realizable event, as well as the production of a diesel engine by the Kolomensky Zavod. But where to get the gearbox RO55P, which is manufactured by the Star-Reducer for the next frigate 22350 Admiral Isakov, I can’t imagine. Maybe Torborus collected it on the “knee” or took it in secret paths from the Ukrainian Zorya-Mashproekt for Admiral Golovko?
            Tests of PO55 gearboxes for frigates of project 22350 at the Zvezda factory

            1. bk0010 21 May 2020 15: 14 New
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              Is it impossible to switch to electric movement?
              1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 15: 31 New
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                22350 - technologies of the last century (from the point of view of the power plant), but changing the power plant on it is not advisable.
                Electric movement will be tested on the project 20386. 20386 is an attempt to jump into the last car of the departing train in terms of new technologies. We will not develop - we will lag behind forever and will always lose both in speed, and in profitability, and in cost, and in serial production ...
                1. Nemchinov Vl 21 May 2020 23: 24 New
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                  Quote: Bashkirkhan
                  22350 - technologies of the last century (from the point of view of GEM),
                  Well, this ... In Chinese EM type 052D, the same in its scheme GEM (diesel-gas turbine) and also with a total power of about 65000 hp (!), only there the given destroyer has full VI - 7500 t., (true adjustable pitch screw), but essentially the same (power and its scheme), gives his ship 30 knots (!).
                  Well, the second. The Chinese, unlike us, their destroyers (I repeat more VI), build a series of at least 15-17 units (!)of which 12 or 13 are already in the fleet (!)... I ask you to notice that acute relationship is on the verge of a foul with the USThe Chinese also periodically have like the Russian Federation ?! .... Here is some information for consideration: - Why are you planning large-scale shipbuilding programs for your navy, they are not too lazy, get on time necessary, even licensed ship power plants, having adjusted (localized) their release in the territory of their country (by purchasing licenses for Ukrainian turbines and MTU diesel (!) //)?!
                  And think about 22350 Ave. (the first three, if not even four), were laid before the coup in Ukraine ?! The analytical departments of the GRU and the FSB did not anticipate a possible break in cooperative trade relations. (!) for shipbuilding programs of the domestic Navy ?! recourse Or didn’t report defense mines ?! Or reported, but they, in turn, unlike the Chinese, are short-sighted, and did not take care of the timely (!) the organization on its territory of a center for offshore gas turbine engine building and gear assembly (similar to Zarya-Mashproekt), having lured Nikolaev specialists here before the coup, and providing them with everything necessary, and most importantly, even under Yanukovych, without buying licenses for so necessary (primarily) components of the 1155 GEM (namely, the gas turbine engine: DT-59and DO90, and gearboxes to them (!) ... We are already starting to reap the fruits of this (the three first-born 1155 from the Northern Fleet, it seems they have already stopped ?!)the same turbine models, though with a slightly different gearbox), were used on the Petrels 11356 R / M (!)... So who screwed up domestic shipbuilding ?! Not far-sighted (or not professional intelligence, if you didn’t inform) or sloppy MO and USC industry ?!
                  But the Chinese did not clap their ears (!)so it turns out ?!
                  About the same (but slightly different in the direction of increasing the VI scale), the situation is with their new type 055, in comparison, our wet dreams, about 22350M (!) ....?! Although what the hell, giving birth to a completely new project by scaling, is it not clear to me ?! (!), not really more expensive than scaling 22350, in favor of an increase of 1,5-2 times ...?!
                  Quote: Bashkirkhan
                  20386 is an attempt to jump into the last car of the departing train in terms of new technologies.
                  so that for starters, would learn "old technology" (as you put it) hone to industrial production... well, I think so (!)....
                  1. Bashkirkhan 22 May 2020 10: 40 New
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                    Good comment, there is something to think about. hi
            2. Orkraider 21 May 2020 16: 22 New
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              Welcome.
              hi

              Tests of PO55 gearboxes for frigates of project 22350 at the Zvezda factory

              Your photos of testing gearboxes PO55 dated July 20, 2019.

              The tests are completed.
              But where to get the gearbox RO55P, which is manufactured by the Star-Reducer for the next frigate 22350 Admiral Isakov, I can’t imagine.

              The RO55 gearbox is being made now, also with us, and it will be made on the Star)))

              By timing:
              According to the former (2000-2015) engineer "Zori", and from 2016 - Rybinsk "UEC-Saturn" S. Panov, who, in discussion with his interlocutors, reports that "the estimated delivery time of M55 to ships is summer 2020" . And in more detail: “as for the M55, its gearboxes are being tested at the Zvezda, gas turbine engines are ready. The gears from the Zvezda will arrive at the Saturn in December, all this will be tested again and in the summer of 2020 the diesel engine will go to the ship” .

              According to Istomin, I will not say anything, but PO55 is for him to manufacture, and will soon arrive at the stand.
              1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 16: 50 New
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                Quote: Orkraider
                According to Istomin, I will not say anything, but PO55 is for him to manufacture, and will soon arrive at the stand.

                For the "Admiral Istomin" of project 11356, Indians will acquire engines and gearboxes from the Sumerians. UEC-Saturn makes a turbine and gearbox under a contract for Admiral Isakov. Because the supply of sets of M55P (right and left rotation) for the order is made with Saturn, there are all Russian-made (gearbox, gas turbine engine, DD, etc.). The contract for Admiral Golovko was concluded with Turborus. Turborus managed to get some of the products before the sanctions, but what exactly is unknown to me.
                1. Orkraider 21 May 2020 17: 18 New
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                  About Istomin described, wrote about Isakov. At 11356 they did not even try to replace, which, in my opinion, is correct. And so the solution is not bad, we’ll sell the hulls - and not cut it.
                  1. Bashkirkhan 21 May 2020 17: 36 New
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                    I understand that a typo. As for the sale of 11356 I agree. In the early 2000s there was a choice from the Indian 11356 and 22350. Naturally, the Navy 11356 was not interested. The ship already lagged behind its competitors even in the contours of the hull and superstructure. But with 22350 it turned out too much. Initially, there were 4 (5) OCDs, and in the end the number of OCDs exceeded 20 (Rakhmanov spoke of 26). It’s clear that the defense industry did not cope with so many new ones. Therefore, in an emergency version, 11356 was ordered with the equipment that they could quickly put into series and for the amount that was. And after force majeure with engines, it’s good that 11356 Indians were able to sell.
  2. Alien From 21 May 2020 11: 41 New
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    Seven feet under the keel as they say .....) but how insanely long we produce .....
    1. jovanni 21 May 2020 12: 20 New
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      ... The launch of the newest frigate is scheduled for May 22.

      Of course, over the 9 years of construction, the ship has not become obsolete, but to call it "the latest" is somehow not quite right ... Unfortunately ...
  3. Sky strike fighter 21 May 2020 11: 56 New
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    Note that Admiral Golovko is the first frigate of project 22350 with a fully Russian power plant.


    According to open information, the main power plant of frigates of project 22350 is a gas turbine engine with a total capacity of 65 thousand liters. with. and diesel generators with a total capacity of 4 thousand kW.


    good drinks Import substitution in action. You look, and for the 22350M we will make our own power plant.
    1. Paranoid50 21 May 2020 13: 06 New
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      Quote: Sky Strike fighter
      You look and for the 22350M we will make our GEM.

      Is there an alternative? laughing
  4. next322 21 May 2020 11: 58 New
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    but how insanely long we produce .....


    a couple of years completion and testing ...... total 10 years for one serial frigate
    1. Starshina 21 May 2020 17: 59 New
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      First, yachts for officials and then frigates then ...
  5. Thrifty 21 May 2020 11: 58 New
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    Not seven but even 10 feet under the keel! If only the launching dates, according to a bad new "tradition", were not transferred to the right! !!
  6. Whirlwind 21 May 2020 12: 44 New
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    Undoubtedly, the US sanctions war against Russia. It was not for this purpose that our economy would flourish, and the re-equipment of the Army and Navy was completed on time and efficiently ...
    BUT, in war, as in war. Break through ...
    1. Starshina 21 May 2020 18: 02 New
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      You tell it to officials and journalists who have homes in Florida and Europe ...
  7. Brigadier 21 May 2020 12: 44 New
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    Quote: Leader of the Redskins
    Nine years from the bookmark ... Long! Not forgivably long! I recall with sadness information about the construction of military ships in Soviet times.


    Because then there was a great SOVIET UNIONand not Putin's Russia ...
    Feel the difference?
    1. Xnumx vis 21 May 2020 13: 59 New
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      Quote: Brigadier
      Because then there was a great SOVIET UNION, and not "Putin's" Russia ...
      Feel the difference?

      So sho ???? All to fight Putin's Russia!? Chi sho Do you download chi? wassat
    2. Nikolai Korovin 21 May 2020 14: 07 New
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      And between the great Soviet Union and “Putin's” Russia there was still “Yeltsin” Russia ... It seems to me that we should not forget about the presence of this small intermediate stage. The difference will be felt even more. By the way, after the October Revolution, military shipbuilding froze for 15 years. It is not long to destroy, it is difficult to restore. The famous battleship Marat, to a large extent thanks to the fire of which the Oranienbaum Piglet was kept, with the loss of which Kronstadt would also fall, and behind it, apparently, Leningrad - the Tsarist-built Petropavlovsk. After Tsushima, before the start of World War II (World War II), 2 pieces of the same type or with similar parameters were built. And the old Slava and Citizen-Tsesarevich managed to show themselves in Moonsund in October 7.

      And by June 22, 1941, new cruisers managed to build several pieces and lay one battleship in Nikolaev (readiness on June 22 was 23%). The Tsar’s oil-based Noviks successfully operated in the Northern Fleet, the coal ones nevertheless seem to have written off everything. There were also very few new destroyers. Well, there was still a leader in Tashkent ... Eternal memory ... The only things that they managed to build in significant numbers were submarines, as well as more MOs, watchdogs and minesweepers, and even then, God often knows that they had to be converted to the last two categories ... So basically there was a "mosquito" fleet, the benefits of which are now being discussed at the military. And if you compare the current pace of laying and launching the Navy ships on the water with the pre-war period, probably, the comparison will not be in favor of the pre-war period. After the war - yes, of course, the fleet began to grow faster, especially due to nuclear submarines. But the dead in the Sevastpol bay in peacetime Novorossiysk is Giulio Cesare of Italian construction, obtained as a result of reparations. Do critics of this state of things know this fact?

      Still, you need to evaluate the specific situation, clarify the problem and make decisions. Now and then. Since the visitors of VO decisions obviously didn’t take, do not accept, and will not accept - at least evaluate the actions of those who take them on the basis of real possibilities, and not slam the castle with slogans, which causes melancholy. Toasts and self-praise, we once heard enough. If they corresponded to reality at least 50 percent, the great Soviet Union would not have collapsed. Well, maybe I underestimated the critical percentage a bit unhappily. At least 65-70% of the truth, say, is nevertheless desirable. 50% of the truth in self-praise, probably was. Not much, however.
      1. denplot 21 May 2020 16: 18 New
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        According to the Oranienbaum Platz. Add the October Revolution (Gangut) to Marat and the batteries of the Red Hill, also of royal construction. The artillery support of the bridgehead was also carried out by 180-305 mm railway artillery batteries. Soviet-built and other ships of the KBF.
        And for coal volunteers, on the Lake Ladoga the patrol ship Constructor, the former Siberian shooter, acted.
        1. Nikolai Korovin 21 May 2020 18: 01 New
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          Sevastopol batteries, the Trans-Siberian Railway and many thousands of kilometers of railways, Romanov-on-Murman - also all the fruits of the talentless Nikolashka. Recently, they haven’t been pushing for bloodyness somehow, most of all for mediocrity. Here in aviation - I am writing to one figure that, Ilya Muromets, is an assembly that is completely unique for its time, only by the end of the war the British had something similar. He answers: and his engines were under an English license, so this is not an achievement! A great patriot of Soviet science and technology, but completely denying Russian. How much noise was around Turksib at one time! ("Eastern Highway"). Of course, a large and strategically important road, but it cannot be compared with the Trans-Siberian Railway. True, after the devastation, it was very important.
    3. Starshina 21 May 2020 18: 04 New
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      He raised the dough on military contracts the tidbit ...
  8. Shadow shooter 21 May 2020 13: 09 New
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    Good news. And by the way, today the Minister of Defense of the country Shoigu is celebrating his 65th birthday. S.K. Congratulations drinks
  9. tlauicol 21 May 2020 13: 36 New
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    Why lower it without a gearbox? How then to mount everything afloat? A slipway to free and wait for the sea weather? No matter how he ends up as "Indian" frigates
    1. alexmach 21 May 2020 14: 20 New
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      And who actually said about the "without gear" then? Just let go of the wave means the power plant is already installed on it.
      1. tlauicol 21 May 2020 15: 52 New
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        "Hindus" also let down ...
        1. alexmach 21 May 2020 17: 46 New
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          Do not confuse warm with soft. The Hindus were "let down" from despair without being able to finish building. This ship would not have been launched without a power plant and no one would have laid new ones if there was no certainty that they would be able to complete them.
        2. alexmach 23 May 2020 00: 16 New
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          Heck, some strange news has come today
          After launching on the frigate, completion work will be carried out, including on the ship’s hull and electrical installation, installation of ship systems, power plant systemsmechanical equipment

          Are you right and they were let down with an incomplete GEM?
      2. next322 21 May 2020 16: 30 New
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        Severnaya Verf Shipyard concluded agreements with NPO Saturn for the supply of gas turbine engines for frigates of project 22350. The Rybinsk enterprise successfully coped with the task set by the state and was able to quickly master and organize the production of completely new gas turbine engines for it with the necessary technical parameters. But while there is a gap in the production chain from Saturn to Severnaya Verf It consists in delaying the construction of gearboxes for these gas turbine engines. The gear manufacturer, Stars, has serious problems. "
        1. alexmach 21 May 2020 17: 46 New
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          The installation batch was made back in 2018 ...
        2. alexmach 23 May 2020 00: 23 New
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          Hmm .. read the latest news, google where you quoted the text and was very surprised ...
    2. Grits 21 May 2020 14: 23 New
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      Quote: Tlauicol
      No matter how he ends up as "Indian" frigates

      By the way, nothing is heard about their fate. Where are they going?
      1. Starshina 21 May 2020 18: 07 New
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        For scrap metal ...
      2. Orkraider 21 May 2020 20: 48 New
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        Quote: Gritsa
        Quote: Tlauicol
        No matter how he ends up as "Indian" frigates

        By the way, nothing is heard about their fate. Where are they going?

        Welcome.
        To India, all three. At first, our friends wanted to take only two, but then they bargained. The contract for 4 frigates, yes, are built in Russia from the existing backlog, two in India, at their shipyards. The third building is transported to India and is being completed there.
  10. Piramidon 21 May 2020 14: 12 New
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    The launch of the newest frigate is scheduled for May 22.

    Pah-pah, so as not to jinx it and not learn about the next postponement.