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Parachute for extreme tasks

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Parachute for extreme tasksThe experimental model of the modified parachute landing system (PDS) D-10P for jumping from a height of 50 m and above will be presented by the holding "Aviation equipment "at the exhibition" Interpolitech-2013 ". This was stated by the CEO of the holding Maxim Kuzyuk, reports RIA News.


According to him, the system is designed to perform tasks in extreme weather conditions and is an improved version of the serial parachute system for the Airborne Forces D-10. It uses forced automatic opening of the parachute when leaving the aircraft. The new parachute system in action will be demonstrated by the first-class parachutist tester Vladimir Nesterov, who has over 12 thousand jumps.

Development of the D-10P system began in 2011. Last year, it was successfully tested with mannequins and people. The developers have made it possible to quickly convert the serial PDS D-10 to the D-10P system and vice versa. Special units of the Russian and foreign ministries of defense, internal affairs and emergency situations can become potential customers of a promising system.

The XVII International Exhibition of State Security Means Interpolitex-2013 will be held in Moscow from 22 to 25 in October. The demonstration program, under which the new D-10P system will be demonstrated, will be held on October 26 at the Geodesy research institute test site in Krasnoarmeisk, Moscow Region.
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  1. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 23 October 2013 14: 20
    +6
    Fine. The second good news for the day.
    1. Joker
      Joker 23 October 2013 20: 26
      +1
      Fine. The second good news for the day.

      Can you find out how good she is? Show does not mean that they buy. This is how 10 will be bought and not a couple of thousand, but then you can rejoice, but for now I do not see a reason. I can also say that I made a laser rifle, only to sense from this if it is not in the troops.
      1. edge
        edge 24 October 2013 01: 14
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        Quote: Joker
        Can I find out what it is good for?

        50m dump height is a fairy tale ....
  2. Sewer
    Sewer 23 October 2013 14: 25
    +2
    Watch the video! And so the news is good!
  3. Airman
    Airman 23 October 2013 14: 25
    +1
    And what will the landing say? With 50m it will be kind of dumb. In the 70s they jumped from IL-76 from a height of 100 m.
    1. domokl
      domokl 23 October 2013 16: 06
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      For existing systems, successful landing requires at least 100 meters of height. Forced disclosure. 50 meters is not even a dream. Either the system should have a disclosure area far beyond 200 squares.
      Yes, and the likelihood of a successful touchdown is reduced by an order or orders of magnitude.
      So, in case of successful tests, it will be applied only in CH, and even then not everywhere.
    2. Airman
      Airman 23 October 2013 21: 09
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      Quote: Povshnik
      And what will the landing say? With 50m it will be kind of dumb. In the 70s they jumped from IL-76 from a height of 100 m.

      These were experimental jumps, they were carried out by officers of the Ferghana Airborne Division, behind which there were more than one thousand parachute jumps. But jumping into the troops from 100 m did not go, it is too dangerous. Conscripts from this height were not dropped.
    3. edge
      edge 24 October 2013 01: 16
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      Quote: Povshnik
      With 50m it will be kind of dumb

      this is for reconnaissance groups. for landing 800m
  4. Grandson of Veteran
    Grandson of Veteran 23 October 2013 14: 32
    +1
    Now the most important thing is that real jumps with this parachute beat not only with the first-class parachutist-tester Vladimir Nesterov, but also with our paratroopers, God forbid!
  5. Hort
    Hort 23 October 2013 14: 33
    +1
    it remains to wish the "pioneer" a clear sky and complete calm, so that the next jump would be extremely successful!
  6. Serg 122
    Serg 122 23 October 2013 14: 46
    0
    There is only one minus - D - 10 is very rare, in the troops it is mainly D - 7 ... So a new parachute, of course it’s necessary, but wait a long time
    1. folds
      folds 23 October 2013 22: 20
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      There are two minuses in the commentary - and the D-10 is not uncommon in the troops, and the D-7 does not exist in nature :)
      1. zub46
        zub46 24 October 2013 00: 19
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        Probably D5. And in 1970, the DM-7 flashed, they were brought to the Pskov division together with the engineers of the Kharkov parachute factory and together with sewing machines for reworking the marriage right on the spot. In all sports halls and classrooms, seamstresses were sitting on the floors for surgical intervention. This system was going to be demonstrated in March of this year at the Dvina exercises. I don't remember any special differences from the D-5, I dealt with it once or twice, no more. The domes, in any case, are the same, made of nylon, gapless. There was some kind of "highlight" in the two-cone lock, which in those days, if you entrust the knapsack check to the KAP-3 device, would jam. And it was considered a special thrill to wait for the device to work.
      2. Serg 122
        Serg 122 24 October 2013 02: 25
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        Sorry mistake! Of course D-6. And as for the D-10 - I know what I'm saying - in our unit, for example, there are only a few dozen of them ...
  7. cormorant
    cormorant 23 October 2013 15: 00
    +5
    The free fall rate of the body is 50 m / s, there is no sense in the reserve. There’s no time to fix it either. Something went wrong and the paratrooper jumped to the ground at an airplane speed of 50 m ... In general, for any of these jumps will be used for special units. Normal disruption will not jump from such heights.
    1. SAG
      SAG 23 October 2013 17: 52
      +2
      Usual, as you put it, dIsantura, it makes jumps with IL-76 (probably in the near future with An-70), which do not fly at such altitudes in principle. Naturally, to perform such jumps as intended, the reconnaissance groups of the airborne forces and special forces (in the terrain and in difficult weather conditions) should
    2. Bort radist
      Bort radist 23 October 2013 17: 58
      +2
      Quote: cormorant
      In general, for any of these jumps will be used for special units. Normal disruption will not jump from such heights.

      This is unambiguous for specialists. 50 meters it: separated, at the very ground the speed was extinguished to the optimum minimum and landing. The dome just flared up and went out.
      1. Jogan-xnumx
        Jogan-xnumx 23 October 2013 21: 23
        +1
        This is definitely for specialists.

        And for whom else? D-10 behaves almost the same at 100 meters. Only because of the height this "flash" is farther and better visible. When conducting full-scale counter-sabotage measures, when surveillance is being conducted on everything and everywhere, it is a very unpleasant thing. I wonder how fast this one dampens speed?
    3. jumpmaster
      jumpmaster 23 October 2013 21: 13
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      free fall speed 80 m / s.
      1. folds
        folds 23 October 2013 22: 35
        +2
        The free fall speed increases from 0 vertically depending on the time elapsed since leaving the plane and for an experienced athlete or an unconscious carcass (not striving to fly strictly head down), usually does not exceed 50 m / s, which is achieved only for 8-10 seconds flight. All deviations from this speed depend on the weight and surface area of ​​the resistance to the incoming air flow.
        1. zub46
          zub46 24 October 2013 00: 22
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          Acceleration of a freely falling body 9,8 m per second?
          1. edge
            edge 24 October 2013 01: 23
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            Quote: zub46
            Acceleration of a freely falling body 9,8 m per second?

            do not replace the concept, they are different physical quantities - the acceleration of free fall, and the speed of a free-falling body.
  8. Migari
    Migari 23 October 2013 15: 04
    0
    Well here we are doing well, of course the good news, good
  9. Zhenya
    Zhenya 23 October 2013 15: 19
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    The paratroopers are the elite; they must be equipped with the latest ones and dressed in the latest words. In case of war they will be in the most dangerous directions.
    1. folds
      folds 23 October 2013 22: 37
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      It’s a pity that not for long, so you don’t mow too, but increase the level of individual combat training to the best of your ability :)
  10. iur4ik39
    iur4ik39 23 October 2013 17: 05
    0
    I wonder what happens.
  11. ZU-23
    ZU-23 23 October 2013 18: 14
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    I didn’t jump with a parachute, but I think that the main thing in any case is that the parachute opens and the slings are not braided, regardless of weather conditions)))
  12. zub46
    zub46 23 October 2013 19: 37
    +4
    From 50 meters - a terrible thing. In practice, it should look like this: stepped over the threshold and - immediately face in the snow, or the mouth is full of earth. The duration of the procedure is about three seconds. Horror. I jumped myself (160 times with a tail). He started with an aeroclub: PD-47, D-1-8. D-5, DM-7 and sports - T2, T2m, T4-4m. In those days, even a coverless spare wheel from 50 meters, regardless of the speed of flight / fall, was already useless. Perhaps, having risen to a standing position in the Yak-18 cockpit by a stall method. In February 1970 he twice jumped from 200 meters from the An-12 in two streams to the tail hatch from the D-5. It looked something like this: separation, three seconds for stabilization, plus another couple of seconds for the full opening of the dome and, here it is, the earth. More precisely, the ice of Lake Peipsi. There was not even time to really sit down in the harness. The planes flew in triplets with a minimum interval, at a low level, in front of the landing site, a sharp rise to a given height. Almost the entire division (76th) was simultaneously in the air. There was literally no sky behind the domes. And 50 meters is very dangerous in the first place. I do not know the design of the named parachute, but for many of the landing parachutes, only the lines are 9 meters long (for the PD and T - 6 meters), but the dome itself will be stretched at first in the form of a carrot by five meters, and to extinguish the horizontal speed of the body separated from the aircraft also takes time. And the speed of the airplane is probably more than a hundred kilometers per hour. In the 70s with the An-2, as an experiment, several dozen Spenazites were thrown from a height of 100 meters. All of them received military awards. And from 50 meters ... So consider what this attraction is. And the design of parachutes - any - is 40-60-80 square meters of fabric and a 6-9 meter bundle of ropes. Maybe the article means some other device instead of a parachute? Flashed at different times descriptions of the landing craft, reminiscent of a large shuttlecock for badminton. Maybe under the name T-10 we are talking about something similar? As VS Vysotsky sang: "It still tickles the nerves" ... Interesting.
    1. folds
      folds 23 October 2013 22: 48
      +2
      For the most part I agree with my colleague, but a couple of disagreements are present :)
      Twice jumped from 100 meters from the D-1-5u. Nothing heroic, the separation interval - as with IL-76, the shoulder shoulder (on the Ile lobvparashyut;)), the time to the ground - 3-4 seconds, just fold the legs and strain.
      T-10 - American landing parachute, the article was not mentioned.
      D-10 for forced opening will give a good braking result both horizontally and vertically due to a larger area than D-6 and D-1.
      But in any case, 50m is hard, painful and dangerous. The steady speed of the An-2 at the ejection is about 140 km / h, it takes about 2-3 seconds to land. A very big chance that your head will fall into your underpants despite the slowly crumbling spine ..
      1. zub46
        zub46 24 October 2013 00: 31
        +1
        Thanks for your attention. Your biography is felt. Thank you for clarification and an indication of the error - erred. I am in the past - conscript of the airborne. And I was kicked out of the Ryazan school in the fall of 1969, was in the company of the late Pletnev. He went back to serve. Subsequently, until retirement, he served in the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Nonetheless, soul mates. A paratrooper is a state of mind, and nothing else.
    2. Bort radist
      Bort radist 24 October 2013 11: 15
      +1
      Quote: zub46
      In February 1970, he twice jumped from 200 meters from the An-12 into two streams into the tail hatch from the D-5. It looked something like this: separation, three seconds to stabilize, plus a couple of seconds to fully open the dome and, here it is, the ground. More precisely, the ice of Lake Peipsi.

      We often did a throw from 250 meters (Panevezys) sometimes 150, but it was OKDO officers, they had 150 - 500 jumps at least. Nowhere have they thrown so much as in Pskov. April 77th, a cross on Popov, three AN-12 regiments drove, the earth was white as snow.
      1. zub46
        zub46 24 October 2013 13: 41
        +1
        He served as an urgent in 1968-70, Pskov. I was in Panevezys (or Kedainiai? - I forgot), loaded on An-12, dropped on the site in the Gayzhunai area. There, a felt boot was torn off his leg during stabilization for 5 seconds on D1-8, he did not tie them to his waist belt. I came to the Army with about a hundred jumps in the flying club (Kiev, Kursk) and boasted about it. During the service he jumped at the slightest opportunity beyond the program. It helped that I was well trained in stowing cargo parachutes (during the day) and mooring equipment (usually at night) on platforms for dropping. For this, the chief of the PDS battalion, Mr. Filippov, treated me well and enrolled in the regimental sports team of parachutists. Again, 10 rubles 50 kopecks. on hands for each jump after a hundred. How many visits to the tea house! Every five jumps were certified by the regiment's seal in the Parachutist's personal record book. The program at that time prescribed at least 18 times for techies, reactive workers, gunners and ASU-57 crews. And for "hammers" (that was the name of the others, who could only run fast and shoot loudly) - 22-24 times. Taking advantage of the good attitude, PDSnik tried to become the first to exit the An-12. I got a thrill, slowly approaching at the right moment to the cut-off of the tail hatch until the moment when the air flow sucked me overboard. And you don't have to push off. It was supposed to whistle loudly or shout "Hurray !!!" He served in an SPG-9 battery, they were dropped in the back of a GAZ-66. Until now, a notebook with a cheat sheet for laying and installing multidome systems, mooring equipment on the PP-127 platform has been preserved. All this is lyrics, of course. But at 65, how much pleasure it is to remember - young, healthy, without worries, interesting service ...
        1. Bort radist
          Bort radist 24 October 2013 14: 11
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          Quote: zub46
          In Panevezys (or Kedainiai? - forgot) I was loaded on the An-12, throwing out on a site in the Gaižiūnai area. There still felt boots tore off

          Panevezys definitely. I served 75 - 77. For the young boys, the first jump from the AN-12, who was releasing this bike with me, was telling me. So Seryoga went down in history.
  13. SIBIR38RUS
    SIBIR38RUS 23 October 2013 19: 43
    +3
    Quote: Marrying
    The paratroopers are the elite; they must be equipped with the latest ones and dressed in the latest words. In case of war they will be in the most dangerous directions.

    As for the airborne forces in the most dangerous areas, I am resolutely ready to argue. Our fighters of the explosives and special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs often throw before the assault ... and in a good hell. For some reason, the paradox is happening: 60-70% of the country's population believes that the explosives are only concerned with the fact that the convicts are guarded, and they go to stand football for concerts and concerts. All wrong! I personally know that most of our VVshnikov do not come out of business trips. Board overboard ..... and not always successful. in 2008, 200 conscripts were met including frets, unfortunately .... In general, we are an explosive that the airborne, that the border guards, Marines, etc. it’s inconvenient to talk about the elite, because all kinds of troops are specialists in their field, there’s no way to break through without tanks, there’s no air cover without reconnaissance, intelligence — information, a fleet — cover and support from the sea, power, no advance prepared for the artillery, no engineering troops there are no pontoons across the river, etc. communication, railway, etc. About the Strategic Missile Forces I am generally silent .. - these people in any war will decide when it needs to be finished, the finale of any play is only for them :) :) :)
    1. folds
      folds 23 October 2013 23: 00
      +3
      Brother, don’t bother, people who know - they know, those who don’t know - there are enough heroic series about landing :)
      Everyone you named has a different purpose and different tasks. The hardest thing is for Internet readers, they need to understand who is still cooler :)
      Eugene was mistaken about the landing, his task is to follow the most dangerous directions, without support from the rear, artillery, and often aviation. That is practically with no chance of return. Border guards are a nightmare at all .. They can get us, or maybe not, and the enemy will crush them right away and first of all, to prevent motorized rifle brigades from approaching the border. You have to close the WHOLE rear from sabotage like us and put things in order among your stupid panicking citizens, preventing them from ruining strategic reserves and damaging defensive objects.
      And who seems to be engaged in what and how in peacetime, I will return to the first sentence. Knowers know.
  14. mr.Man
    mr.Man 23 October 2013 21: 31
    0
    Base jumpers will love such a parachute ...
    1. folds
      folds 23 October 2013 23: 01
      +1
      They will not like the speed to which it is necessary to run up so that it opens at 50 m. :)))
    2. zub46
      zub46 24 October 2013 00: 32
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      I ask you not to express yourself!
  15. biglow
    biglow 23 October 2013 21: 38
    +1
    50 meters is the height of a 16 storey building. In order to jump from an airplane from such a height, one must have strong nerves and full confidence in a parachute. Tester is an incredibly courageous man
  16. cormorant
    cormorant 24 October 2013 00: 31
    +2
    Quote: SAG
    Usual, as you put it, dIsantura, it makes jumps with IL-76 (probably in the near future with An-70), which do not fly at such altitudes in principle. Naturally, to perform such jumps as intended, the reconnaissance groups of the airborne forces and special forces (in the terrain and in difficult weather conditions) should



    1. I do not understand your sarcasm, why, in principle, the Il-76 or An-70 can not fly at an altitude of 50m, if necessary.
    2. For your information, desantura also jumps from AN-2, AN-12, AN-24, AN-26, MI-6, MI-8, MI-26 ... and I probably didn’t list everything.

    Jumping is voluntary. Want - jump, but do not want - pushed out.
    1. zub46
      zub46 24 October 2013 14: 08
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      About "push out". In those distant times, the Slavs, a little Balts and guys from the Caucasus served in the Airborne Forces. The political instructors, using the support of the public from the Asian republics (there was a whole campaign!), Saw this as a humiliation of certain nationalities, and insisted on an experiment - they began to call them up just in my presence. Everything seems to be fine, guys are like guys, but in the battery we had a guy named Karaisayev, who was afraid to jump off the plane. "Otkazchik" in those days was an emergency of divisional scale! Again, they will lift the board into the air, and it will expand or lie on the floor, as a result, all the rest will be landed. It's inconvenient, you know. The people didn't like it. The political instructors called my father. The aksakal, individually and in front of the formation, conducted psychology training for his son. He seemed to agree: "I'll jump!" We took off on An-2: right next to the 234th regiment (Pskov) there was a small airfield nearby, it was a parade ground. On the ground there is a crowd of onlookers of us, the father of a soldier, a whole Areopagus of commanders and political workers of different levels. The plane went round and started landing. The door opens, our Karaisayev in all his harness falls to the ground, cries, rolls on the ground and yells: "P .... c wife, p .... c car !!!" (I learned to swear quickly). It turns out that his father guaranteed these pleasures upon his return home, if successful. I do not blame Karaisayev - an unclouded psyche, a child of nature. As a person and comrade he was absolutely normal, the great "got it". It's just that Mother Nature did not allow him to turn off his brains and jump into the abyss, where decent people have absolutely nothing to do. He was removed from us. Whether his father married - I have no information.