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Corvette of project 20380 "Aldar Tsydenzhapov" passed the first stage of tests

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Corvette of project 20380 "Aldar Tsydenzhapov" passed the first stage of tests

Built for the Pacific fleet the newest corvette "Hero of the Russian Federation Aldar Tsydenzhapov" has completed the stage of mooring tests, which took place at the delivery base in Vladivostok. The press service of the Pacific Fleet reports.


At the stage of mooring tests, the ship's crew, together with the delivery team, carried out all the necessary tests and prepared the corvette for entering the factory sea trials, which will take place in the waters of the Sea of ​​Japan. Before that, the ship will be placed on a special stand, where the hull will be "demagnetized". The ship will be transferred to the Pacific Fleet before the end of the year.

In Vladivostok, at the acceptance base of the Amur Shipyard (ASZ), the stage of mooring tests of the newest corvette "Hero of the Russian Federation Aldar Tsydenzhapov", which was built at the enterprise specially for the Pacific Fleet, has been completed

- said in a statement.

The project 20380 corvette "Hero of the Russian Federation Aldar Tsydenzhapov" was laid down in Komsomolsk-on-Amur on July 22, 2015, on September 12, 2019, brought out of the slipway into the outfitting and transport-launching floating dock, on October 21, 2019, physically launched from the dock. On May 25, 2020, it entered the Zeya transport floating dock for transportation to Vladivostok, where it was delivered in mid-June.

Project 20380 corvettes are classified as 2nd-class multipurpose combat surface ships of the near sea zone. At the same time, NATO considers project 20380 too large for corvettes, and defines them as frigates. Project 20380 was developed by the Almaz design bureau.
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  1. NEXUS
    NEXUS 5 August 2020 09: 17
    -22 qualifying.
    5 years ! build a corvette .... SHAME!
    1. Sasha Minakov
      Sasha Minakov 5 August 2020 09: 23
      12
      Another expert. Lord.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 5 August 2020 09: 26
        -23 qualifying.
        Quote: Sasha Minakov
        Another expert. Lord.

        Hey, smart guy, do you have something to say about such a time frame for the construction of a corvette-class ship? No? So crawl from where you crawled out.
        1. chuma_velikiy
          chuma_velikiy 5 August 2020 16: 18
          +3
          Where did this cattle get out from !? I just got out!
          Get back and wash your mouth with soap!
      2. Bashkirkhan
        Bashkirkhan 5 August 2020 10: 23
        -4
        Quote: Sasha Minakov
        Another expert. Lord

        Do you want to say that building a 5 kiloton corvette for 2 years is okay?
        1. Kart
          Kart 5 August 2020 10: 43
          +3
          Normally.
          It's not normal not to build them at all.
          1. Bashkirkhan
            Bashkirkhan 5 August 2020 12: 25
            +1
            When in the 90s they sawed on nails ships up to 20 years old, justifying this by the fact that the state was not able to maintain such a large fleet, no one thought that the time would come when the speed of building new ships would exceed the aging rate of the existing ones. With such a speed in building corvettes, the fleet will soon write off all Soviet IPCs and be left with a bare ass.
            1. Bashkirkhan
              Bashkirkhan 5 August 2020 14: 11
              -2
              I'll correct myself "the speed of building new ships will become less than the aging rate of the existing ones."
    2. BDRM 667
      BDRM 667 5 August 2020 09: 28
      17
      Quote: NEXUS
      5 years ! build a corvette .... SHAME!

      Yes, unreasonably long ...
      But nevertheless, everything that concerns the development of the fleet, and in general the power of Russia, I cannot but welcome.

      Quote: Kurare
      Seven feet under the keel and with the St. Andrew's Flag on the flagpole!


    3. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 5 August 2020 13: 01
      +1
      Quote: NEXUS
      5 years ! build a corvette .... SHAME!

      Compared to the "Perfect", which was under construction in the same place (9 years from laying to launch), this is already progress. smile
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 5 August 2020 14: 10
        -1
        Quote: Alexey RA
        Compared to the "Perfect", which was under construction in the same place (9 years from laying to launch), this is already progress.

        Well, our managers litter their brains with uryashki about the construction of an aircraft carrier ... and here are experts like Sasha Minakov, who scribbled a thoughtful comment under my post, as well as 24 uryashki of the same kind, from branch to branch they will yell like victims - we will tear everyone up and build 5 thousand one hundred aircraft carriers in 10 years.
        This is a diagnosis, not a point of view. To build a corvette for 5 years and rejoice that it was not even transferred to the fleet later. That is, there are still running gear, state tests, and so on ... that is, another 2 years plus and that, 7 years. And this is CORVETTE! Hurray, comrades, we are ahead of the rest of the world in the issue of building warships! fellow
        But are uryakalka capable of thinking with their heads?
    4. venik
      venik 5 August 2020 15: 46
      +1
      Quote: NEXUS
      5 years ! build a corvette .... SHAME!

      ======
      And then what to say about the Swedes? They built their corvettes like "Visby" - generally for 12-15 years building .... And on Golovnaya and in general - 19 (nineteen!) Years have gone ...
      PS Such terms are certainly not a reason to follow ..... But - no need to disgrace yourself! 5 years for a ship this displacement - quite yourself normal term! Not a record, of course, but not a "long-term construction" !!!
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 5 August 2020 16: 47
        -2
        Quote: venik
        And then what to say about the Swedes? They built their corvettes of the "Visby" type - in general, they built for 12-15 years ...

        And all of NATO is against the Swedes? Where should they rush to these warriors?

        Quote: venik
        But - don't be disgraced! 5 years for a ship of this displacement is quite a normal period!

        Long-term construction! It took 3 years for the head to build mattresses BERK, and then a series of more than 60 of these destroyers. And add to this the number of Burke-class destroyers in the entire NATO fleet? And why are you talking about 5 years, is it normal in the construction of a corvette?
        Do not disgrace yourself with such statements, dear.
        We need such corvettes for 4 fleets in total at least 40 ships, plus frigates about the same number. With such a construction time frame, our fleets will be covered with a copper basin in 15-20 years. Why? Turn on the head and look at the number of LOST (DECOMMENDED) ships and the number of new ones transferred to the fleet. And now we ask ourselves a simple question, since it doesn’t come to light, what will we get with such indicators in 15-20 years. And by the way, a ship of the CORVETTE class is a ship of the near sea zone, and not in any way an oceanic or far sea zone. 5 years coastal patrol building. And after all, there are clever people for whom this is normal. fool
        1. TuM0305
          TuM0305 5 August 2020 19: 11
          +1
          You missed something you needed to find out from the patriat about what kind of power plant is on the ships and what element base is used, given that we do not have the production of modern semiconductors, microchips and almost no CNC machines ?!
  2. Kurare
    Kurare 5 August 2020 09: 19
    10
    Seven feet under the keel and with the St. Andrew's Flag on the flagpole!

    PS: oh, and potential friends will break the language when they say the name "Aldar Tsydenzhapov" laughing
    1. BDRM 667
      BDRM 667 5 August 2020 09: 29
      +6
      Quote: Kurare
      oh, and potential friends will break the language when they say the name "Aldar Tsydenzhapov"

      No. As always, they will come up with a nickname.
    2. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 5 August 2020 09: 36
      +4
      A good name. The crew would take the parents of the hero under the patronage so that they know that they remember his feat in the Navy.
  3. The leader of the Redskins
    The leader of the Redskins 5 August 2020 09: 30
    +3
    Nexus is right - deadlines are too long, but as the English say:
    "Better later than never".
    1. NEXUS
      NEXUS 5 August 2020 18: 36
      -1
      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Nexus is right - deadlines are too long, but as the English say:
      "Better later than never".

      No ... so that some of the commentators drowning behind the Urya would understand what kind of ass we are in the topic of the fleet, let them look at the construction of the TARK Nakhimov in the USSR to compare the timing. It was built from scratch! in 5 years. There the armament, displacement and radar are all two orders of magnitude more complicated and stupidly more. And these clever men will say, well, the USSR was there, and we are here in a small Russian Federation. But the USSR, in addition to Nakhimov, built Ulyanovsk (aircraft carrier) and laid a series of aircraft-carrying ships, as well as laid and built Atlanta and Orlany. This is in addition to the fact that there were Sarich, patrolmen and so on. The economy there was more powerful, but the load on it was not like ours. This is the protection of the WHOLE NATO bloc, including the provision of weapons, this is assistance to Vietnam, Cambodia, Korea, etc., these are free apartments, education and medicine, the functionality of which ( free of charge) supported the state budget. At the same time, the USSR submarine fleet was the largest in the world.
      And now the Russian Federation is helping someone? Syria? Yes, I beg you ... or maybe the citizens of their country were given free education, medicine, apartments? The burden on the Russian economy is ridiculous compared to the burden on the Soviet economy. And returning to our rams ... I repeat, the heavy nuclear cruiser from ZERO was under construction for 5 years! And now we are looking at the corvette, which, in comparison with a heavy cruiser, is a miserable pelvis.
      So on account later than never ... never came about 15 years ago, when the decline of old ships became quantitatively greater than the introduction of new ones. Let's add to this the modernization of existing ones, which happens for more than one year and we get an oil painting.
      But here some citizens do not come for the truth but for the plus signs. One eccentric (with the letter M) shouted -
      Sasha Minakov (Sasha Minakov) Today, 09:23

      Another expert. Lord.

      And they threw him a plus sign with a cry of Urya. And why think with your head? fool
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 6 August 2020 14: 25
        +1
        the USSR was there, and we are here in a small Russian Federation
        So the USSR ... The time when the gods lived on earth .. And now - the pitiful remnants of the great high-tech civilization of the past ..

        - What did we have in the USSR? Confidence in the future.
        - What do we have now? Confidence in the future.
        Nothing changed? Not really. Because in the USSR it was a day, and now it is the bottom.
  4. Eldorado
    Eldorado 5 August 2020 09: 39
    +4
    Seven feet under the keel!
    Nice boat in honor of the feat of Aldar Tsydenzhapov! good
  5. edsw
    edsw 5 August 2020 09: 53
    +5
    5 years not so bad, it was worse.
  6. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 5 August 2020 09: 55
    +2
    Aldar Tsydenzhapov is already naked pain for Japs. Seven feet under the keel! soldier
  7. WingCat
    WingCat 5 August 2020 10: 01
    +1
    Here's who will explain to me why the hell, how long and painfully the series begins to build, they immediately turn it down and begin to invent something new for another 10 years
  8. Lipchanin
    Lipchanin 5 August 2020 10: 04
    +2
    On May 25, 2020, it was entered into the Zeya transport floating dock for transportation to Vladivostok, where it was delivered in mid-June.

  9. Cyril G ...
    Cyril G ... 5 August 2020 10: 27
    0
    I see that they erected on Tsydenzhapov shelter.
  10. Sergej1972
    Sergej1972 5 August 2020 10: 41
    0
    These corvettes are classified as frigates in NATO. I don’t understand the issue, but I read that our new frigates are closer to destroyers. Such semi-frigates, semi-destroyers. And the Romanians in socialist times seemed to have a destroyer, which, on the contrary, was closer to patrol ships in most characteristics.
    1. Crash
      Crash 5 August 2020 13: 14
      0
      These corvettes are classified as frigates in NATO. I don’t understand the issue, but I read that our new frigates are closer to destroyers.

      The way it is. Modern technology allows you to squeeze more potential into a smaller VI.
      Here you need to focus more not on displacement, but on the purpose and quantity / range of weapons. The same "Shaposhnikov", despite the fact that before modernization was considered an analogue of the destroyer, in fact, the PMSM, clearly does not reach it.
  11. Narcologist
    Narcologist 5 August 2020 16: 31
    -1
    And yet they finished it! Well, soon state tests and on duty.
    NATO considers project 20380 too large for corvettes, and defines them as frigates ... Well, now the modules are developing different container types .. Maybe NATO's opinion will change again laughing