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Cable winding has become redundant: a new approach in military shipbuilding

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Example of a ship's hull cable winding



Many inexperienced readers wondered what they girdle warships at the stage of fine-tuning, when their transfer is approaching. the fleet... This process is called ship demagnetization, which increases protection against sea mines by reducing the magnetic signature.

Until recently, it was customary to resort to demagnetization by stationary installation of cable windings on board. However, the Australian company AMRA, which works closely with the French defense company ECA Group, decided to resort to a different technology as part of its military shipbuilding program.

Our solution is a real technological breakthrough because it simplifies the [production] process and reduces the required time

- explained the contractor in this regard.

In his words, the traditional demagnetization, which consists in wrapping the entire hull of a ship or submarine in a massive wire coil and passing electricity through it, has become superfluous. Instead, an innovative approach has been developed. AMRA plans to place the coils on the seabed within a specially designed structure and pass current through it. In this case, demagnetization will take just one day instead of the previous ten, not to mention a decrease in labor intensity.

It's a great collaboration model to help you outrun the competition when it's time to compete.

- noted in the Australian government.

AMRA technology:

Photos used:
https://advanced-magnetic-ranges-australia.com.au/
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  1. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 18 October 2020 15: 53 New
    +2
    An interesting solution, will it work? Physicists will tell us later
    1. poquello
      poquello 18 October 2020 21: 16 New
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      Quote: seregatara1969
      An interesting solution, will it work? Physicists will tell us later

      will work, the figly stuck a giant coil to the bottom, and as I understand it, what kind of hydraulics is there to adjust its immersion, is it only needed when the plastic housings are gone?
    2. Fotoceva62
      Fotoceva62 20 October 2020 11: 33 New
      0
      Nk finally wrote about my VUS. The technology without winding demagnetization, including by means of windings laid on the bottom, has been known and applied for a long time. There are such stations in Russia. In the Soviet Union, a similar complex for aircraft-carrying ships was going to be built in the region of Cape Margopulo Sevastopol (it's no secret, the methods and norms are the secret).
      But it is too early to write off demagnetization by the method of imposing working windings on the object, since in addition to the possibility of demagnetizing vessels to deploy the stand in any suitable anchorage, there is also
      a lot of features ... In the photo is the first "Wed" pr.130 at the KChF.
  2. yehat2
    yehat2 18 October 2020 15: 55 New
    23
    Did the Australians not live in hostels and invented the boiler? wink
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 18 October 2020 16: 44 New
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      Quote: yehat2
      Did the Australians not live in hostels and invented the boiler? wink

      The Germans who came to my dacha several years ago were shocked when, after the fireworks, sitting at the table, I told them that I made the fireworks myself from what was sold in the hardware store. Mom, that evening, part-time "worked" as a translator, then said that they had somehow become wary of me and whispered about something, glancing at me sideways. For a terrorist, perhaps? Ordinary Soviet childhood, ordinary military service - no terrorism. laughing
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 18 October 2020 16: 59 New
        +8
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        The Germans who came to my dacha several years ago were shocked when, after the fireworks, sitting at the table, I told them that I made the fireworks myself from what was sold in the hardware store.

        For them, this is a very serious discovery. When they say that explosives can be collected by buying everything in a household chemicals store, for some reason they think that all Russians have such knowledge.
        1. Ros 56
          Ros 56 18 October 2020 18: 17 New
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          All this is crap, as boys we used to do all this according to recipes for a young rocket modeler, including rocket engines based on cartridges of 12 and 16 calibers, and it never occurred to anyone to bang someone.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 18 October 2020 18: 41 New
            +5
            Quote: Ros 56
            the boys did it all according to recipes for a young rocket modeler, including rocket engines based on cartridges of 12 and 16 calibers, and it never occurred to anyone to bang someone.

            Aircraft modeling circle, two years in the "Center for Children's Creativity" ("treshka" with a separate entrance in the "Khrushchev" near the school). Actually, aircraft modeling did not appeal to me - I considered cord models as bullshit, and large-scale ones - too slow a result. It was boring to sharpen the plane for the IL-2 for two weeks. But the "rocket modeling department" turned out to be mine. All the guys in the yard respected the "scientific" approach to "explosives". laughing
  3. RealPilot
    RealPilot 18 October 2020 15: 59 New
    -1
    Interesting! Hopefully, we will also conduct appropriate tests.

    Although it seems to me (I am not a sailor, but simply an engineer) that such a system could be provided for permanently installed on the ships themselves. Insert the insulated wire into the casing, and either place the electrical part of the system on board, or on the quay (for smaller hulls) or on a special vessel. This would not be an expensive solution, but it would allow ships to be demagnetized right at sea autonomously.
    And it would save resources and time at the base.
    1. PN
      PN 18 October 2020 17: 24 New
      0
      Don't worry, Australians are catching up in this matter
    2. AVA77
      AVA77 18 October 2020 22: 27 New
      +5
      Alas, but a patent for an invention does not shine for you sad Your idea is correct and has long been implemented on the nuclear submarine of pr.671RTM and the fick knows it on what else. A RU-S / 45 demagnetizer is installed on the submarine to protect it from non-contact and induction mine-torpedo weapons based on the use of a magnetic field, as well as to protect it from magnetometric detection equipment.

      http://www.kremalera.narod.ru/bch5_ru.htm
    3. Fotoceva62
      Fotoceva62 20 October 2020 11: 37 New
      0
      already ... It is called RU. For processing, a large mass is not very rational. It's wiser to build a stand.
  4. Arthur 85
    Arthur 85 18 October 2020 16: 00 New
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    Gryat, the famous Philadelphia experiment, is when ufologists saw the demagnetization of a destroyer.
    1. Eugene-Eugene
      18 October 2020 16: 02 New
      +2
      the famous Philadelphia experiment

      laughing
    2. Pechkin
      Pechkin 18 October 2020 16: 21 New
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      I even imagine how some journalist passed by and asks what are you doing. And the military: we demagnetize the ship is protection from mines. Journalist: how does it work. The military: well, the ship does not seem to see the mines. Journalist: you make an invisible ship. ! Military: no, it just doesn’t magnetize. Journalist: you make an invisible, non-magnetic ship !! Military: get out of the door. The next day, there’s a military experiment, invisible ships !!!
    3. mat-vey
      mat-vey 18 October 2020 16: 22 New
      +3
      Kurchatov was engaged in demagnetization when he was made the chief on the atomic bomb ...
      1. Aviator_
        Aviator_ 18 October 2020 16: 37 New
        +7
        He did this from 41 to 42 years old, and successfully. Then - the atom, to I.V. Kurchatov, as a skillful organizer, was pointed out by Ioffe, who by this time was already old, but knew his students well.
        1. Fotoceva62
          Fotoceva62 20 October 2020 11: 41 New
          0
          These issues were dealt with in the First World War. And during the clearance of the Northern Dvina, which the British blocked with magnetic mines.
          1. Aviator_
            Aviator_ 20 October 2020 19: 13 New
            0
            Of course, you can do it. As far as I know, the effectiveness of British mines with magnetic fuses on the Northern Dvina was zero.
    4. antivirus
      antivirus 18 October 2020 17: 57 New
      +1
      and a mirror reflection in the sky from a destroyer ........................................... .................................................. ...
      "Titanic"
  5. cniza
    cniza 18 October 2020 16: 13 New
    +5
    Our solution is a real technological breakthrough because it simplifies the [production] process and reduces the required time

    - explained the contractor in this regard.


    Of course, I won't argue, but in my opinion this "breakthrough" has been applied since the middle of the last century, no?
    1. cniza
      cniza 18 October 2020 16: 17 New
      17
      I even found a picture:

    2. Boris ⁣ Shaver
      Boris ⁣ Shaver 18 October 2020 16: 40 New
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      Quote: cniza
      "breakthrough" has been used since the middle of the last century, no?

      Australia is far away - they have not yet delivered physics textbooks of the 50s
      1. cniza
        cniza 18 October 2020 17: 03 New
        +6
        Did not think recourse , or maybe the translation into "Australian" was not done. laughing
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 18 October 2020 18: 57 New
        +5
        Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
        Quote: cniza
        "breakthrough" has been used since the middle of the last century, no?

        Australia is far away - they have not yet delivered physics textbooks of the 50s

        Soviet, mind you, textbooks. American people don't write about such complicated things.

        My mother worked all her life in a pedagogical university, she told me that in the same America, the learning process is absolutely opposite to ours. In our country, if not everyone is mastering the program, they "pulled up" the laggards with voluntary-compulsory electives, additional lessons, etc. In America, they simplify the program, aligning themselves with the laggards - so that everyone can learn.

        Hence the difference in educational level.

        Recently I watched a 2011 American film, shot by a Georgian, about how two girls and a guy were accidentally locked in a sauna. The girl in hysterics demanded that the guy explain what would happen to them if they sit for several hours at 120 degrees, what is "heatstroke" ...
        I understand that American textbooks do not write what will happen. And there are no photos. They don’t write in ours either, only our young people in their 20s for some reason know what "heatstroke" is, but in America they teach this at universities?

        Never mind, another 10 years of "reforms" in education - and we will have the same thing.
        1. ghby
          ghby 19 October 2020 08: 38 New
          +3
          Not everything is in reforms, or rather, not all reforms can spoil. It's also about natural ingenuity and curiosity. And by the way, there is an interesting series of educational cartoons just developing interest in physics - Smeshariki: Pin code. My first grader loves to watch, and then shock grandmothers by explaining or asking them something from the series: where does the electron run, or about a beam of photons (illuminating the wall of a neighboring house with a flashlight) and so on.
          In America, education is sharpened on the show - they are trained in this self-presentation, and the rest is the lot of emigrants.
    3. rocket757
      rocket757 18 October 2020 16: 44 New
      +7
      Standard demagnetization, like in old CRT TVs! I don't know how old this method is.
      We made a stationary demagnetizing coil .... all the animals in the area will rest, even bacteria!
      1. cniza
        cniza 18 October 2020 17: 04 New
        +8
        Quote: rocket757

        We made a stationary demagnetizing coil .... all the animals in the area will rest, even bacteria!


        Will it work against the corona virus? lol
        1. antivirus
          antivirus 18 October 2020 17: 59 New
          +1
          and AIDS needs to be tested ............................................. .................................................. ......................... with Ebola
          1. cniza
            cniza 18 October 2020 18: 14 New
            +3
            Quote: antivirus
            and AIDS needs to be tested ............................................. .................................................. ......................... with Ebola


            Well, there is a long list and only the corona virus can not yet effectively tame ...
        2. rocket757
          rocket757 18 October 2020 18: 05 New
          +1
          If the experiment with frequencies is carried out, everything is possible ... that's just for the patient, his condition, whether he will be alive or medium-fried, it’s kind of dumb to argue ...
          1. cniza
            cniza 18 October 2020 18: 16 New
            +2
            So not to treat the patient, but to disinfect the spaces ...
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 18 October 2020 18: 21 New
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              It is possible to fry the ship .... but the same onboard electronics will not like it terribly !!! After that, the body will need to be re-equipped with a new one!
              1. cniza
                cniza 18 October 2020 18: 26 New
                +2
                Not, only in civilian areas or it will be very expensive due to the high power ...
                1. rocket757
                  rocket757 18 October 2020 21: 03 New
                  +1
                  In general, it can be used as a stationary device. It will probably be faster .... just extol it as a new word in technology, as it is not ice.
              2. poquello
                poquello 18 October 2020 21: 23 New
                +2
                Quote: rocket757
                It is possible to fry the ship .... but the same onboard electronics will not like it terribly !!! After that, the body will need to be re-equipped with a new one!

                people, they say, burned a lot of money in the microwave - they fought with coronavirus
                1. rocket757
                  rocket757 18 October 2020 21: 29 New
                  +2
                  In a microwave oven, a microwave of decent intensity! with a metallized strip, spoiled money spoils one, two, three! Again zhezh, at what power to turn on ??? If defrosting, they will simply heat up, if to the maximum, they will blaze, shrink at times.
      2. Ryaruav
        Ryaruav 18 October 2020 19: 31 New
        +1
        that there was no information that someone died from magnetism
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 18 October 2020 20: 59 New
          +2
          I can say ... rough, but simpler. Try sticking your head into an industrial demagnetizer that is supposed to demagnetize a huge metal structure.
          And so small such devices are used to treat joints "the CORAL device) ... in fact, a transformer with an open magnetic circuit! I demagnetized hundreds of CRTs like that.
          As always, in small doses and with poison they treat, and in large, i.e. with a high intensity of the magnetic field, with an increase in the frequency of the alternating current, everything will become much more dangerous.
        2. poquello
          poquello 18 October 2020 21: 24 New
          0
          Quote: Ryaruav
          that there was no information that someone died from magnetism

          Duc then die from something, this is a harmful production factor
      3. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 19 October 2020 12: 39 New
        +1
        Quote: rocket757
        Standard demagnetization, like in old CRT TVs! I don't know how old this method is.

        Copyright certificate - May 1968.
        The neighbor was a TV master, Electron-718 came to demagnetize it even before the Olympics in Moscow.
        1. rocket757
          rocket757 19 October 2020 13: 31 New
          +1
          You can wind it yourself, it's not tricky, it was easier to take a standard coil from a starter with a magnetic core, fold the moving part and the demagnetizer is ready.
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 19 October 2020 13: 38 New
            +1
            Quote: rocket757
            You can wind it yourself, it's not tricky

            Yes, winding up a simple matter, but the neighbor was a TV master in the state television studio. It’s somehow undignified to go to apartments for calls with homemade products. And, judging by the fact that he himself told my father about the specifics of his work and the fact that he had the first Zhiguli (VAZ-2102) in his entrance even before the Olympics - he could buy such a device for his own money, although they were given out at work.
            1. rocket757
              rocket757 19 October 2020 14: 00 New
              +1
              Everyone did their best.
              I had to make a similar device / stand for demagnetizing the TEZ, in which the feride switching elements are installed, although this was not provided for by the standard package.
  6. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 18 October 2020 16: 24 New
    +4
    Until recently, it was customary to resort to demagnetization by stationary installation of cable windings on board.
    What a nonsense. During the Second World War, battleships were demagnetized and so on. What are the case windings? fool The whipsaws have stolen something again and pass it off as their genius.
  7. Alien From
    Alien From 18 October 2020 16: 37 New
    +5
    They will fry a lot of fish this way)
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 18 October 2020 16: 45 New
      +3
      No, HDTV is needed for frying! And so that it does not run away, it will simply rest. Those. the process will be accompanied by the stench of rotten stuff.
      By the way, the rate of demagnetization depends on the intensity of the magnetic field, i.e. from the strength of the current, and not from the fact that the coil was shifted differently.
  8. Gunther
    Gunther 18 October 2020 16: 43 New
    +2
    In what century do these Australian aborigines live, inexperienced readers ask. negative
    "" Alexander Obukhov "is the first in the country and the world's largest mine defense ship with a monolithic carbon hull ....." © good
  9. for
    for 18 October 2020 17: 37 New
    +3
    Strangely, they put us on demagnetization with nothing to wrap. The ship was installed in a fixed place, from the bow and stern to the barrels.
    1. ZEMCH
      ZEMCH 18 October 2020 18: 07 New
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      Quote: for
      Strangely, they put us on demagnetization with nothing to wrap. The ship was installed in a fixed place, from the bow and stern to the barrels.

      The mechanic simply did not tell you what they were doing)))) There are windings inside the ship hull and the demagnetization system works according to the earth's magnetic field, tk. depending on the latitude, the magnetic field is different and the demagnetization system changes the ship's field. And on the barrels, the current magnetic field is measured. If it is not possible to expose the ship system, then they are wrapped with cables as in the photo. So faster and in my memory it took only one time. Usually, after the delivery of the ship, if the iron has not been changed much in it, the ship's demagnetization system is enough)))
      1. for
        for 18 October 2020 18: 27 New
        +3
        Thank you! For clarification.
        1. ZEMCH
          ZEMCH 18 October 2020 18: 29 New
          +3
          Always happy help!
  10. Petrol cutter
    Petrol cutter 18 October 2020 17: 58 New
    +1
    "Many inexperienced readers wondered what the warships are encircling at the stage of development, when they are about to be handed over to the fleet. This process is called ship demagnetization, which increases protection from sea mines by reducing the magnetic signature."
    Indeed, many. Especially sophisticated ...
    And then suddenly, suddenly, the answer to the question! ..
    And here mines, demagnetization, girdling (I especially liked it) ...
    Miracles however.
    I'll gird myself with payday. Bo spin-flew out. And the fourth day does not pass.
    1. poquello
      poquello 18 October 2020 21: 26 New
      0
      Quote: Benzorez
      I'll gird myself with payday. Bo spin-flew out. And the fourth day does not pass.

      on the horizontal bar
  11. Radius
    Radius 18 October 2020 18: 17 New
    +2
    But their beef is good! :)
    1. K298rtm
      K298rtm 18 October 2020 18: 55 New
      +1
      Once we were loaded with Australian potatoes. It was funny to watch the bags next to the shelving in the 1st.
    2. Simargl
      Simargl 18 October 2020 20: 19 New
      0
      Quote: Radius
      But their beef is good! :)
      Of their megatushkans?
      Beef in Zealand.
    3. rocket757
      rocket757 18 October 2020 21: 07 New
      +2
      They have kangaroos and merino sheep! However, there is also a koala and a platypus!
  12. They are
    They are 18 October 2020 20: 29 New
    +2
    We call it a demagnetization stand, and these stands have existed for 60 years already. In the Navy, a similar process is called to stand on a pit, ie. for demagnetization using the stand.
    1. Lex_is
      Lex_is 18 October 2020 21: 25 New
      +2
      More than 60. Back in the Second World War, stands were used for submarines.
      Only until now both methods are used.
      The winding-free method has its drawbacks and does not always succeed in achieving the required result.
  13. gridasov
    gridasov 18 October 2020 20: 54 New
    +1
    Without understanding the processes as the reasons for magnetization or an increase in the intensity of magnetic processes, it is impossible to come up with methods for f


    demagnetization.
    1. Dym71
      Dym71 19 October 2020 12: 58 New
      +2
      Quote: gridasov
      and methods f


      demagnetization.

      Good healthy fellow, Mr. Gridasov! hi
      Where there was a big gap in your comment, was everything written in maths?
      Would you like to explain yourself more easily for the layman? wassat
      1. gridasov
        gridasov 19 October 2020 17: 18 New
        0
        No. Phone is buggy
  14. Kelwin
    Kelwin 19 October 2020 06: 58 New
    +4
    Quote: gridasov
    Not understanding the processes as the causes of magnetization or an increase in the intensity of magnetic processes

    I don't know about you, colleagues, but I personally fall under the table every time Gridasov burns something wassat
    1. Dym71
      Dym71 19 October 2020 10: 32 New
      +2
      Quote: KelWin
      I don't know about you, colleagues, but I personally fall under the table every time Gridasov burns something

      I join in and "I ask our bird (Gridasov) not to offend (with minuses)!" yes
      1. gridasov
        gridasov 19 October 2020 17: 24 New
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        It's that simple! there is a problem and I say there are solutions to a completely new level: a simple device that reverses polarity when the ship's hull is ionized.
  15. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 20 October 2020 01: 51 New
    0
    But the simplest proposal is that you do not need to wrap the case with cables, and even more so for demagnetization, you can do just one day. And sometimes it is necessary to demagnetize only a separate part of the case, sometimes because they are not metal parts.
  16. Nitarius
    Nitarius 20 October 2020 05: 46 New
    0
    AT LEAST JIDOVSKY))) but a cunning and simple solution))) the main thing is that the quality is)))