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Russia will present modern tanks and other armored vehicles at an exhibition in Minsk

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Russia will present a wide range of weapons and equipment, including new items, at the MILEX-2021 international exhibition of arms and military equipment, which will be held in Minsk from 23 to 26 June.


They shared their plans with the press service of Uralvagonzavod (UVZ) and Technodinamika. Thus, UVZ will present modern Tanks and armored vehicles based on them. The holding will present new parachutes and the latest ammunition.

Spectators who have visited the exhibition can get acquainted with the T-90S, T-90MS, T-72B3 tanks and, of course, the T-14 Armata. In addition, UVZ will show the Terminator BMPT tank support combat vehicle, a universal armored engineering vehicle (UBIM) and other promising armored vehicles.

These vehicles have proven themselves with high combat and operational characteristics, exceptional reliability and minimal maintenance requirements during operation.

- said in a statement.

The show of tanks will be complemented by new 125-mm ammunition for a tank gun produced by Technodinamika. The holding will present a new generation of artillery ammunition - the 3VBM23 (Lead-2) high-power tank round and the Mango-M experimental model - the upgraded 3VBM17 round (Mango).

New artillery shells of 30-mm caliber with a plastic master, ammunition for MLRS, anti-radar and jamming cartridges will also be demonstrated.

Separately, the holding will present a line of parachutes, including special-purpose ones.
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  1. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 22 June 2021 11: 37
    -6
    Will there be ammunition with programmable detonation? Will the old man let NATO military attackers go to the exhibition?
    1. Torins
      Torins 22 June 2021 11: 58
      +1
      Why did it happen?
  2. vvvjak
    vvvjak 22 June 2021 11: 41
    +3
    which will take place in Minsk from 23 to 26 June.

    +35 C is transmitted. The weather is not very good for an exhibition of tanks.
    1. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 22 June 2021 12: 00
      0
      There is an opportunity for climate control firms to earn money.
    2. Yuriy71
      Yuriy71 22 June 2021 12: 07
      +1
      If you "select" the weather, then exhibitions should not be held))). "Tanks are not afraid of dirt"! Do you know this expression? The same can be said about the weather))).
      1. vvvjak
        vvvjak 22 June 2021 12: 21
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        Quote: Yuriy71
        "Tanks are not afraid of dirt"! Do you know this expression?

        It is known. But there are things that the main thing is not to do in the tank, maybe you also heard?
  3. parkello
    parkello 22 June 2021 11: 42
    +1
    it is interesting to look at the new domes ... and then I saw only D-6 .. it was new then, but I jumped with D-5 at all ... I would try new systems ... eh .. balls, they will remain a dream)
  4. URAL72
    URAL72 22 June 2021 11: 47
    -3
    new artillery shells of 30-mm caliber with a plastic master "

    I don’t quite understand what I’m talking about, but it seems to me that the soot in the barrel will be such that rapid-fire six-barreled anti-aircraft guns on ships will break after a short burst. Although plastic is certainly cheaper than a copper belt. For BMP will go.
    1. Grandfather
      Grandfather 22 June 2021 11: 54
      -3
      Quote: URAL72
      new artillery shells of 30-mm caliber with a plastic master "

      I don’t quite understand what I’m talking about, but it seems to me that the soot in the barrel will be such that rapid-fire six-barreled anti-aircraft guns on ships will break after a short burst. Although plastic is certainly cheaper than a copper belt. For BMP will go.

      why soot? plastic does not mean plastics.
      1. URAL72
        URAL72 22 June 2021 12: 06
        0
        Plastic leading belts, protruding beyond the dimensions of the projectile, directly interact with the internal grooves of the barrel, which are necessary to impart rotation to the projectile. As noted above, most often they are made from soft metals to facilitate resistance.

        So what does he mean, chief artillery specialist?
    2. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 22 June 2021 12: 01
      -1
      Yes, and probably there is a difference between plastic and plastic. About three years ago they wrote about these belts, on VO.
    3. KCA
      KCA 22 June 2021 12: 13
      +3
      Have you tried to ignite Teflon / Nylon / Nylon? Not threads, but a pressed blank, a bar, for example? They do not burn, even if you shy away, but the fluoroplastic does not burn at all, closer to 1000 degrees the snot will come out, but it will not ignite, where will the carbon deposits be? Moreover, special formulations with additives will certainly be used for shells.
      1. URAL72
        URAL72 22 June 2021 12: 25
        -3
        The powder charge of a rifle cartridge weighing 3,25 g burns out in about 0,0012 s when fired. When the charge is burned, about 3 calories of heat are released and about 3 liters of gases are formed, the temperature of which at the time of the shot is 2400-2900 ° C. The gases, being highly heated, exert high pressure (up to 2900 kg / cm2) and eject a bullet from the barrel at a speed of over 800 m / s. The total volume of red-hot powder gases from the combustion of a powder charge of a rifle cartridge is approximately 1200 times larger in volume than the powder before the shot.

        I don't think there is any plastic that can handle 2900 Celsius. And the fact that it will be erased by hammering the rifling of the barrel is exactly what it was created for - to increase the resource by reducing the erasure of the rifling itself.
        1. KCA
          KCA 22 June 2021 12: 41
          +4
          Do not think, you know, and then write, I don’t know the temperature and pressure of gases inside the barrel of a hunting rifle when firing, but containers with shot made of ordinary polyethylene fly out even without melting, even though reload, yes, in a cartridge in front of the container and the wad is made of gunpowder from the most non-combustible material in the world - felt, so wads, for some reason, are not set on fire or charred by hot gases either
          1. URAL72
            URAL72 22 June 2021 12: 51
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            You don't think, you know "

            Well, you said it! There are so many people here who never think, but meanwhile I initially asked a question, hoping for an answer from a specialist. But the first to answer was the one who does not think. It's better with you - at least you make comparisons, so you think. Your container flies ahead of gases, and you do not fire in bursts. But the plastic of the belts, being erased, remains in the grooves of the barrel. I'm interested in this, but there hasn't been an answer yet. Are there no gunners on the forum? And yes, have you ever fired blanks with a Kalash?
        2. K-36
          K-36 22 June 2021 13: 48
          +3
          Uv. URAL72, your logic ( I don't think there is plastic that can withstand 2900 Celsius ) does not stand up to criticism yes Following it, I can also "blur out" that the gunpowder of any next cartridge in a Kalashnikov assault rifle (for example) must explode before the firing pin hits the capsule. How could it be otherwise, because the temperature in the barrel is already 2900 Celsius?!?
          Have you ever heard about the gas venting mechanism? And what about the permissible maximum rate of fire?
          The logic of your inferences is a stillborn corpse, for only one reason that you completely threw away time component of heat exchange processes yes That is, your 2900 Celsius does not affect the surrounding space all 24 hours continuously!
          I didn't want to offend you (and I don't want to!) I wrote my post only to warn other VO readers from the "pressure cooker" of inferences based on obvious lack of knowledge on the topic.
          hi
          1. URAL72
            URAL72 22 June 2021 14: 06
            -3
            Have you ever heard of a gas venting mechanism?

            They made me laugh. The gas venting mechanism is needed not for evacuating gases, but for recharging. And where do they put the flame arrester - on the cutoff of the barrel or on the gas vent mechanism? Have you ever seen a flame burst from the barrel? Have you never cleaned your weapons? Why is there more carbon deposits in the bore than in the flue pipe? Have you ever stuck DTK to the barrel?
            1. K-36
              K-36 22 June 2021 14: 28
              0
              URAL72 Oleg, seemingly offended. Well sorry. I specifically made a reservation that the post was written to warn other VO readers from the "pressure cooker".
              Here's to my question, namely "WHY the gunpowder of the next cartridge does not explode before the firing pin hits the capsule?", You decided not to answer ... Instead, they threw me a bundle of their questions. This tactic of communication in the Russian people was called Jewish (excuse me for the accuracy of the Russian people).
              hi
              1. URAL72
                URAL72 22 June 2021 14: 37
                -1
                I was not offended, I flared up. Sorry. But my thinking has put before me a number of questions, the answers to which are obvious to me. And I voiced them. As for your question, it surprised me, since the barrel is locked with a bullet, so why should the steel sleeve ignite if the gases have already escaped through the DTK? The rate of fire is much lower than the speed of the bullet at the bore. This is obvious to me, so I did not answer.
                1. K-36
                  K-36 22 June 2021 15: 07
                  +1
                  URAL72 Uv. Oleg, I am glad that you accepted my apology and dropped the tone drinks I just wanted to emphasize that 2900 Celsius is not an ARGUMENT in any way, because its effect is very limited for a number of reasons:
                  1. Short exposure!;
                  2. Removal of hot gases through the gas outlet pipe Before thathow the bullet will fly out of the barrel;
                  3. The gradients of the temperature rise of gases and metal are very different. That is why, immediately after a single shot, you can grab the barrel with your hand, despite the fact that the barrel has been exposed to a temperature of 2900 Celsius. This is partly why the gunpowder does not explode in the next cartridge, which is obscured by the metal of the bullet and the sleeve.
                  You see, we came to a calm and competent explanation, despite some initial roughness. And so drinks
                  hi
    4. mvg
      mvg 22 June 2021 15: 21
      -1
      I do not quite understand what it is about, but it seems to me that the soot in the barrel will be like this

      So can you read it once?
  5. Sands Careers General
    Sands Careers General 22 June 2021 16: 07
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    Quote: URAL72
    I didn't quite understand what it was about, but it seems to me


    Dispute about nothing what