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"Severnaya Verf" began preparation of the frigate "Admiral Golovko" for mooring trials

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The second serial frigate "Admiral Golovko" of project 22350 is being prepared for the beginning of mooring trials. This was reported by the press service of the Severnaya Verf shipyard.


According to a press release received by Voennoye Obozreniye, the ship is completing work on the alignment of gearboxes, turbines, main diesel engines and shaft lines. The installation and electrical installation of the bow and stern main switchboards has been completed, the power supply has been launched. The preparation of the ship's service rooms is in progress.

According to previously announced data, mooring trials of the ship will begin in June 2021, the crew will move in at the end of August, and the beginning of the mooring will begin in January 2022. The transfer of the frigate is scheduled for 2022, it will become part of the Northern fleet.

"Admiral Golovko" was laid down on February 1, 2012. Unlike the lead Admiral Gorshkov and the first serial Admiral Kasatonov, which have Ukrainian gas turbine units (GTU), the Admiral Golovko has a completely Russian power plant. According to open information, the main power plant of Project 22350 frigates is a GTDA with a total capacity of 65 thousand liters. from. and diesel generators with a total capacity of 4 thousand kW.

The frigate is named in honor of Arseniy Golovorovich Golovko (1906 - 1962), a sailor - a surface naval commander of the Northern Fleet during the Great Patriotic War.
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  1. Terrible_L.
    Terrible_L. 2 June 2021 10: 54
    +13
    I am looking forward to the replenishment of the "Admiral" series, I really like Project 22350. And the "Admiral Golovko" is also equipped with a Russian power plant. Class!
    And when the zircon teeth arrive in time, shiver, adversary smile
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 2 June 2021 11: 06
      +5
      the arrival of the crew - the end of August, the beginning of the running - January 2022.
      The ship is beautiful, no words! good But what took so long ...
    2. Finches
      Finches 2 June 2021 11: 30
      0
      After reading your comment about the power plant somewhere in Ukraine, a Bandera shipbuilder whimpered ... laughing
      1. Grits
        Grits 2 June 2021 13: 52
        +8
        Quote: Finches
        somewhere in Ukraine, a Bandera shipbuilder whimpered

        Unlikely. Since turbines were made in the South-East of Ukraine, a normal Ukrainian whimpered from lack of money. Or even Russian. A Bandera member somewhere near Ternopil, both grazing pigs and grazing. And he doesn't even know that ship turbines were once made in Ukraine. He doesn't care whether there are engines or not. The fat has been dropped!
        1. Finches
          Finches 2 June 2021 14: 02
          +4
          I think that you absolutely correctly described the essence of the Selyukovsko-zapadenskoy degradation of the once science-intensive and technological republic!
    3. gig334
      gig334 2 June 2021 22: 41
      0
      For zircon, you need a sufficient number of A-50 type radar detection aircraft, as well as satellites to guide them to the target. And with this we have big problems. We have few of them, in the USSR there were 40 radar detection aircraft, now there are 10. And there are not enough satellites.
      1. ramzay21
        ramzay21 3 June 2021 03: 31
        0
        And 50U seems to be 5 pieces, how many of them fly is unknown. So all missiles are only for the radius of detection of the ship's radar, that is, about 100 km
      2. CastroRuiz
        CastroRuiz 3 June 2021 14: 24
        0
        A50 will not help much with the control center. Need A50U and A100.
  2. Moonsund
    Moonsund 2 June 2021 11: 05
    +13
    And where to see the comparison of the Ukrainian gas turbine engine, with the domestic one? What are the pros and cons in terms of power, operation?
    1. Terrible_L.
      Terrible_L. 2 June 2021 11: 20
      +4
      I don’t understand why the person was minus? I asked the right question.
      A definite plus for a warship is that the power plant is domestic, Russian. We have seen what happens when Ukrainian engines fail.
      Operation - here, I think, only time will tell.
      Unfortunately, I don’t know about the numbers. Maybe there are techies who know whether our power plant is inferior in terms of technical data or, on the contrary, is superior to the Ukrainian one?
      1. alexmach
        alexmach 2 June 2021 12: 35
        +5
        The same turbines as in the composition of the Ukrainian power plant, the same diesel engines, the gearbox is most likely also not much different, in any case, according to the calculated characteristics, it should not, where to take more or less power?
        Operation - you are absolutely right, only time will tell. We are waiting for sea trials and watching there as new ships will serve.
        And the main advantage of the domestic power plant is that it can be produced, and the hope that it can still be produced quickly enough and in a fairly large batch.
        1. Civil
          Civil 2 June 2021 12: 51
          -1
          Quote: alexmach
          The same turbines as in the composition of the Ukrainian power plant, the same diesel engines, the gearbox is most likely also not much different, in any case, according to the calculated characteristics, it should not be

          Logically, we had all the documentation available. Reproduced for 7 years.
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  3. faterdom
    faterdom 2 June 2021 11: 21
    +3
    the Admiral Golovko has a completely Russian power plant.
    20 years late, but life made me. Maybe on it now sores will be cured, and a series of ships will go, and it is very necessary for the future.
    And "Zorya" goes through the forest and let him make pans for the head. Although, after all, everything was built with our money - everything was squandered.
  4. Finches
    Finches 2 June 2021 11: 31
    -4
    Quote: Scary_L.
    I am looking forward to the replenishment of the "Admiral" series, I really like Project 22350. And the "Admiral Golovko" is also equipped with a Russian power plant. Class!
    And when the zircon teeth arrive in time, shiver, adversary smile


    After reading your comment about the power plant somewhere in Ukraine, a Bandera shipbuilder whimpered ... laughing
    1. Terrible_L.
      Terrible_L. 2 June 2021 11: 35
      +2
      What really pleases is that WE COULD learn by ourselves. hi
      And these ... well, let them jump, if there is no king in their heads
      1. TerraSandera
        TerraSandera 2 June 2021 11: 59
        +6
        Do you think ordinary Ukrainians do not care who build engines? They do not need work, orders, salary, stability? Those who impose sanctions, according to the orders of the West, do not belong to the usual, so here it is rather our fault that they could not supply the right people at the right time. Well, now, yes, we are doing our own. If the running gear passes, no complaints, good. This is the same firstborn. Hopefully the next ones will be introduced soon. Whoever puts a minus, take the trouble to argue for it :)
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 2 June 2021 12: 53
          +3
          Do you think ordinary Ukrainians do not care who build engines?

          Ordinary Ukrainians actually come across oh-oh-very different.
          1. TerraSandera
            TerraSandera 2 June 2021 20: 55
            +1
            I'm talking about those who work in factories, to whom this topic is not alien. Otherwise, yes, you can shout whatever you want, from your bell tower, but this is basically the case everywhere, and we are no exception, and Belarus, and everyone else. Until it touches your interests, information, even the most objective, may be presented distortedly.
        2. Jacket in stock
          Jacket in stock 2 June 2021 13: 04
          +3
          Quote: TerraSandera
          Do you think ordinary Ukrainians do not care who build engines? Im work, orders, salary, stability

          Of course I don't care. Therefore, they did not oppose the coup in 2014, they thought it would not affect them. But it turned out that there was no stability, no salary, no work for many.
          Quote: TerraSandera
          here it is rather our fault that we could not supply the right people,

          Yes, like a bae, I would have people needed to put things in order. And then there's the neighbors ...
          Although .... judging by the fact that some of ours and "theirs" have a joint business quite flourishing, some of the right people are there. But, apparently, we understand the necessity with them in different ways.
          1. TerraSandera
            TerraSandera 2 June 2021 21: 03
            +2
            You are naive. Resist a coup? What is it like? Climb under the tanks? Or at rallies against specialists and Natsiks to walk with bare breasts? Well, how do you represent it specifically? Initial data for 2014 is available. Sketch examples.
            The right people? Well, as practice shows, establishing the desired regimes is the easiest (cheapest) way to control territories and states.
            We have the wrong ones? Well, here, as they say, "other".
  5. Jacket in stock
    Jacket in stock 2 June 2021 12: 54
    +1
    And this is not the one into which the engines afloat the second time they were able to insert, having disassembled half of the body?
    It will be a miracle if it works as it should.
    1. wolf46
      wolf46 2 June 2021 16: 27
      +1
      Yes, he is the frigate "Admiral Golovko".
  6. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 2 June 2021 13: 44
    +2
    The third project 22350 will soon become part of the fleet.

    Three frigates are already something. But Russia needs a lot of such frigates.
  7. Marachuh
    Marachuh 2 June 2021 21: 30
    -3
    Nice ships! Eh, a big batch, 30 pieces. Dreams ...