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Upgraded Leopard nuclear submarine will be handed over to the fleet in 2015

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Upgraded Leopard nuclear submarine will be handed over to the fleet in 2015

The Zvezdochka Ship Repair Center (Severodvinsk) plans to hand over to the Russian Navy after modernization the first multipurpose nuclear submarine (APL) of the third generation 971 Leopard project, in 2015, ITAR-TASS reports.


The upgrade will affect all systems of electronic weapons, as well as missile and torpedo complex.

However, the company noted that the work is behind schedule due to the delay in documentation from the designer SPMBM "Malachite".

On the "Star" will be restored part of the equipment. Most of the ship systems will be repaired and manufactured by more than 30 contractors.

Multipurpose Submarine of the North fleet K-328 Leopard arrived at Zvezdochka at the end of June 2011. In May 2012, the ship was placed in a boathouse and work on the dismantling of equipment began. Leopard is the nuclear submarine of project 971 Schuka-B (according to NATO classification - Shark II), the designer is the St. Petersburg Maritime Engineering Bureau Malachite. The submarine was built at the Sevmash shipyard in Severodvinsk in 1993.
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  1. seller trucks
    seller trucks 17 February 2014 11: 45
    +20
    Hmm, the dimensions are impressive, by the way, this is it on the "Zvezdochka". And the photo for the article reminds me very much of Gremikha (Murmansk 140), I had to go there.
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 17 February 2014 12: 21
      +4
      So the photo clearly says "Cheetah", and the "Leopard" went for repairs.
      1. seller trucks
        seller trucks 17 February 2014 12: 31
        +3
        Quote: Wedmak
        and the "Leopard" went into repair.


        so I did not dispute it, just my photo to the place, this is "Leopard" at the factory
    2. StolzSS
      StolzSS 17 February 2014 19: 08
      +2
      So this is Gremikha) current right now there is still snow)
  2. Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 17 February 2014 11: 47
    +8
    Let's do it already, otherwise there are more releases than submarines in the fleet.
  3. mirag2
    mirag2 17 February 2014 11: 50
    +9
    Is that with a mercury reactor?
    Constant readiness?
    She's kind of a clone of the Barracuda, but with a steel hull.

    "Each Project 971 boat is capable of creating a threat and pinning down a significant enemy naval grouping. Even in the most favorable hydrological conditions of the Barents Sea in winter, these nuclear submarines can be detected by Los Angeles-type boats with AM / BQQ-5 SAC at a distance of no more than 10 km, and in the worst conditions it is almost impossible to detect Bars-class submarines by hydroacoustic means. to the opinion that the improved nuclear submarine of pr.6 in terms of noise characteristics meets the requirements for boats of the 9th generation. "
    Read more: http://www.arms-expo.ru/049050054053124049050054049.html
    1. Bersaglieri
      Bersaglieri 17 February 2014 17: 50
      +1
      "Learn materiel!"
      Reactor VVER
      Not a clone, but option -pr. 971

      Here with:
      http://www.deepstorm.ru/DeepStorm.files/45-92/nts/971/list.htm
  4. moremansf
    moremansf 17 February 2014 11: 58
    +15
    Finally, ship repair has begun, things have gone ... and this cannot but rejoice ... Severodvinsk is gaining momentum ...
    1. jjj
      jjj 17 February 2014 13: 13
      +2
      At the beginning of the century, Nikolai Kalistratov, who was then the director of Zvezdochka, noted that five ships were delivered in a year, as in the best periods in Soviet times. Zvezdochka has always had a complete program. Even apartments in Jagra were more expensive than in mainland Severodvinsk, and people from Sevmash left to work there.
    2. AVV
      AVV 17 February 2014 13: 57
      +2
      Quote: moremansf
      Finally, ship repair has begun, things have gone ... and this cannot but rejoice ... Severodvinsk is gaining momentum ...

      Only faster needs to be done and better, then the fleet on duty will be very useful !!! And for the plant, orders and work for the people !!!
  5. 1c-inform-city
    1c-inform-city 17 February 2014 11: 58
    +12
    In general, this series had to be continued in a modified version. Very nice and not expensive boats.
    1. Salamander
      Salamander 17 February 2014 19: 12
      +10
      Very good!
      Compared to third-generation boats, the Pike-B surpasses all similar projects both in stealth and in armament. Some experts compare Pike-B not with a direct competitor - the American project Improved Los Angeles, but with much more advanced Sivulf and Virginia projects. So, Admiral Jeremy Burda (Eng. Jeremy M. Boorda), who was the chief of the operational headquarters of the US Navy in 1994-1996, noted that American ships were unable to detect the "Pike-B", traveling at a speed of 6-9 knots, that is, in terms of low noise, the boats of Project 971 correspond to the parameters of fourth-generation boats. The Cat Series is capable of unnoticed overcoming the SOSUS submarine detection system, which at one time created many problems for Soviet submariners.

      February 29, 1996 during the exercises of the NATO fleet after a successful mission to detect a conditional enemy submarine, an undetected Russian submarine with a request for help contacted the ships. Soon in the middle of the warrant of NATO ships a submarine surfaced, recognized by the British sailors as project 971 "Pike-B". One of the crew members needed urgent medical attention due to an acute attack of appendicitis (according to other sources, the Russian embassy in London turned to the British Navy command with a request to provide assistance to a sailor patient with peritonitis who underwent surgery on board the Pike). The sick submariner was delivered to the British Glasgow destroyer, and from there he was sent to the hospital by a Link type helicopter. The British press covered the incident, and the Times noted that it was a demonstration of the invisibility of Russian submarines. The British sailors then made a mistake: in front of them was the Pike of Project 671RTMK, and not the Pike-B.
      In June-July 2012, the submarine was undetected for several weeks by the US Navy in the Gulf of Mexico.
      1. Salamander
        Salamander 17 February 2014 19: 16
        +1
        In 1991, the US Congress submitted draft reaction projects to the creation in Russia of the atomic project 971, which proposed, including:
        1) require Russia to make public long-term programs in the field of submarine shipbuilding;
        2) establish for Russia and the United States agreed restrictions on the quantitative composition of multipurpose nuclear submarines;
        3) to assist Russia in the re-equipment of shipyards building nuclear submarines for the production of non-military products.
        (The difficult economic situation in the 1990s in Russia made these proposals irrelevant and reduced concern in the United States.)

        Also, during the construction of the series, Greenpeace international environmental organization was very active, indicating that it was the new Russian submarines that posed the greatest threat to the radiation safety of the northern seas.
  6. sinukvl
    sinukvl 17 February 2014 11: 59
    +7
    Delays began. The Leopard was planned to be handed over to the Navy in 2014, and now in 2015.

    "According to the already signed state contract," Zvezdochka "will carry out repairs with the modernization of two ships of the series - the lead nuclear submarine" Leopard "and" Wolf "." Leopard "is planned to be delivered to the fleet at the end of 2014. The modernization will be large-scale - up to the new project 971M." modernization work at the shipyard's nuclear submarine is to be carried out for the first time in its post-Soviet history, the press service said. “The modernization will affect almost all systems - the navigation complex, hydroacoustics, the armament complex, the main power plant, turbines." At the same time, the Severodvinsk shipyard is modernizing not only the submarines of the Northern Fleet, but also those based on the Pacific "
    1. skiff-xnumx
      skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 20: 15
      +1
      Well, again, the media write nonsense and you quote. The lead boat 971 is the K-284, by the way, it’s already been put on nails. But more interested in that with the 157 case.
  7. Alexey Prikazchikov
    Alexey Prikazchikov 17 February 2014 12: 11
    0
    Guys and sharks can restore their titanium case. Are they practically eternal, or what?
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak 17 February 2014 12: 57
      +7
      Sharks don't have a titanium case. You mixed up with the 945 project. And the Sharks will be scrapped, there will be only one left for testing.
      1. Alexey Prikazchikov
        Alexey Prikazchikov 17 February 2014 13: 53
        0
        Damn for sure. Well, I'm not a submariner forgivable to me. So there are some shifts of their own about 30 pieces were.
        1. tungus
          tungus 17 February 2014 17: 11
          +7
          What "Shark" do you mean? The one that is "Typhoon" by NATO classification? There were only six of them built. The latter entered service in 1989.
          There is also project 971 "Pike-B", which is discussed in the article. According to NATO classification "Akula"
          "Sharks" will be written off, since they are strategic missile carriers, and there are no missiles for them. P-39 is no longer produced. And for some reason, ours do not want to make inserts into the silos for cruise missiles similar to the American "Ohio".
          "Pike-B" multipurpose nuclear submarine, hunter. Indeed, a lot of them were built, but still less than 30. They are just being modernized.
          1. skiff-xnumx
            skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 20: 18
            +1
            Only 15 buildings. And at the expense of sharks, look for those typhoons. I wrote why and how and because of what they don’t want to upgrade if it’s interesting
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  8. Zubr
    Zubr 17 February 2014 12: 19
    +7
    Quote: sinukvl
    However, the company noted that the work is behind schedule due to the delay in documentation from the designer SPMBM "Malachite".


    What about the magic kick? A very effective management method.
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 February 2014 19: 40
      0
      Bullshit, they made up their minds when dismantling it, but they want to blame the designers.
  9. kostya-petrov
    kostya-petrov 17 February 2014 12: 49
    +3
    and than they are better or worse from the project 885 "Ash" ??? Please tell me competent people !!!
    1. 1c-inform-city
      1c-inform-city 17 February 2014 13: 31
      +6
      Ash a good boat is also carrying cruise missiles. At the same time, it is more expensive and you can’t set up many such boats. By the way, the analogue of Ashen can be called the state Sea Wolf. 971 boats are simpler, but much cheaper, have very good noise characteristics and, when upgraded, they will probably get a Caliber (that is, the possibility of firing cruise missiles through that one).
      1. skiff-xnumx
        skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 20: 28
        0
        Well, the 971 project, and so it can shoot cr RK-55. Project 885 boats (if you do not take into account years of construction) is a lot of target. But the project 971 boat doesn’t have very modest opportunities for working on land. Although they tried to adjust the latter buildings, it turned out especially well on the seal. By the way, yes, the equipment for the caliber will be. And then the boat can be called a lot of target.
  10. kelevra
    kelevra 17 February 2014 13: 07
    +3
    We will wait for this and other boats! Our enterprises have recently shown very high rates of repair and construction of military vessels, the main thing is to identify corrupt officials and saboteurs along the way and punish mercilessly so that the work does not stop!
    1. Al_lexx
      Al_lexx 17 February 2014 13: 54
      +2
      Quote: kelevra
      We will wait for this and other boats! Our enterprises have recently shown very high rates of repair and construction of military vessels, the main thing is to identify corrupt officials and saboteurs along the way and punish mercilessly so that the work does not stop!

      You will excuse me, of course, but so far the pace of publications, on various and-no resources, is mostly visible. No, of course, it is clear that the Kremlin did not lose their sense of self-preservation and that the state is more actively paying attention to the defense industry. But...
      When two submarines a year will be handed over, in full readiness, and to them from the heels of corvettes / frigates and every year we will completely re-equip several aviation regiments, then we can take a deep breath and say that the ice has really broken.

      You can’t do anything with corrupt officials until the power in the Kremlin is completely changed and the state takes a raw material base under tighter shareholder control. In the next five to seven years, this is hardly to be expected. Alas and ah.
      1. Olegovich
        Olegovich 17 February 2014 17: 32
        +6
        Quote: Al_lexx
        until the authorities completely change in the Kremlin, and the state takes a raw material base under tighter shareholder control


        Now, if the leadership of the country changes, then you’ll certainly not see any submarines, or anything else positive. Who will finance your ships - Prokhorov, who has a Swiss passport? Or Zyuganov, who will turn the country into North Korea? or liberals eager for power?
        1. Al_lexx
          Al_lexx 18 February 2014 01: 47
          -1
          Quote: Olegych
          Quote: Al_lexx
          until the authorities completely change in the Kremlin, and the state takes a raw material base under tighter shareholder control


          Now, if the leadership of the country changes, then you’ll certainly not see any submarines, or anything else positive. Who will finance your ships - Prokhorov, who has a Swiss passport? Or Zyuganov, who will turn the country into North Korea? or liberals eager for power?

          I don't really understand why you are pulling something by the ears, in my opinion. I don't want to get personal, but it seems to me that when you wrote this, you thought about something of your "girlish", and not about the meaning of what I said. smile

          The answer is essentially your post:
          What does Prokhorov have to do with his passport? What does Zyuganov have to do with it and what is the connection between him and North Korea? Why sculpt your fantasies to my texts?
          I spoke and only say that we cannot defeat corruption while this gang is sitting in the Kremlin. More than anything. And if you would follow my posts, you would see that I have repeatedly said that now there is no other leader than GDP. The only one who can compete with him for power is precisely Zyug. But he will not do it. He’s so good, because they don’t shoot him. And if he is serious about the elections, then he’s almost sure that something will happen to him (there were always jokes with the committee members). In the meantime, given the fact that the government will not change in the next 5-7 years, the only way to squeeze our military-industrial complex to the required condition is to significantly increase the defense budget, since they will steal anyway, and what comes to the goal is clearly not enough.
          1. Al_lexx
            Al_lexx 18 February 2014 03: 09
            0
            And after all, what is remarkable. A bunch of cons and one slurred comment.
            A little funny. Little.
            It does not surprise even once.
    2. Associate Professor
      Associate Professor 17 February 2014 13: 57
      +1
      Quote: kelevra
      Our enterprises have recently shown very high rates of repair and construction of military ships.

      Unfortunately, I cannot agree with you. The pace of construction of new ships so far leaves much to be desired.
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 17 February 2014 15: 00
        +7
        Good day to all hi

        quote- "Leopard" is a Project 971 nuclear submarine "Pike-B" (according to NATO classification - Shark II), the designer is the St. Petersburg Marine Engineering Bureau "Malakhit". The submarine was built at the Severodvinsk shipyard "Sevmash" in 1993.

        About the nuclear submarine of the 971 project.
        Watch the video to the end, the traitor of the Motherland, about the hunchbacked thing he did with submarines am
        1. atk44849
          atk44849 17 February 2014 16: 27
          +5
          Thanks for the video it is unbearable to watch this disgusting!
        2. Very old
          Very old 17 February 2014 18: 32
          +4
          Apollon
          well, be a friend - no need to be reminded of being slapped on the head
          1. Apollo
            Apollo 17 February 2014 19: 11
            +4
            Quote: Very old
            Apollon

            Good evening valentine hi
            Quote: Very old
            well, be a friend - no need to remind about the slap on the head

            Sorry buddy, but this must always be remembered.
          2. Dart2027
            Dart2027 17 February 2014 19: 43
            0
            Why slap - he is a traitor, not.
            1. Al_lexx
              Al_lexx 18 February 2014 03: 05
              0
              Quote: Dart2027
              Why slap - he is a traitor, not.

              Worse. He is not a traitor, he is an enemy, as he was never ours.
        3. Al_lexx
          Al_lexx 18 February 2014 07: 01
          0
          Quote: Apollon
          Good day to all hi

          quote- "Leopard" is a Project 971 nuclear submarine "Pike-B" (according to NATO classification - Shark II), the designer is the St. Petersburg Marine Engineering Bureau "Malakhit". The submarine was built at the Severodvinsk shipyard "Sevmash" in 1993.

          About the nuclear submarine of the 971 project.
          Watch the video to the end, the traitor of the Motherland, about the hunchbacked thing he did with submarines am
          <...>

          And good to you. hi
          Thanks for the video. Before that, I had not seen him. It is very significant in terms of the pace at which this topic developed and in what time frame submarines were built.

          ZY
          And the boat is very beautiful, just like a Porshe Carera.
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  12. Leshka
    Leshka 17 February 2014 17: 35
    +2
    good repair and that would not be delayed good
  13. dojjdik
    dojjdik 17 February 2014 17: 50
    0
    I see nothing wrong with the state structure of North Korea; here we do not have enough such order; Well, with such a "Washington-style democracy" imposed on us, we at least develop a submarine fleet
  14. Very old
    Very old 17 February 2014 18: 28
    0
    Quote: seller trucks
    Hmm, I had to be there.


    I wish you again
  15. Duke
    Duke 17 February 2014 18: 45
    +3
    971 Pike-B
    TACTICAL AND TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PROJECT

    NATO Classification: Improved Akula
    Surface speed: 11,6 knots
    Underwater Speed: 33 knots
    Immersion depth: 480 meters
    Extreme depth of immersion: 600 meters
    Autonomy: 100 days
    Crew: 73 person

    DIMENSIONS

    Surface displacement: 8140 tons
    Underwater displacement: 12770 tons
    The longest length (on design waterline): 110,3 meters
    Breadth Extreme: 13,6 meters
    Average draft (on design waterline): 9,7 meters

    ENERGY INSTALLATION

    1 nuclear reactor of the OK-650M type (190 MW) using thermal neutrons, two auxiliary electric motors of 410 liters each. pp., two DG-300 diesel generators of 750 hp

    ARMAMENT

    4 torpedo tubes 650 mm (ammunition - 12 torpedoes) and 4 torpedo tubes 533 mm (ammunition - 28 torpedoes), rocket-torpedoes and cruise missiles RK-55 "Granat", 3 launch containers of the portable anti-aircraft missile system "Strela-ZM" ...
  16. Hitrovan07
    Hitrovan07 17 February 2014 18: 51
    +2
    There is still hope that as time goes on and the Sharks (Typhoons) will go for modernization - and then they would go to the Pacific Ocean - oh dreams ...
    1. skiff-xnumx
      skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 20: 41
      0
      They will only go to needles. That is the reality. Or you decided to run cr from under a glade. What will be their range. And if the current one to shoot at. So these boats were designed and built for action in the Arctic latitudes mainly under the ice to increase survivability. (One of the reasons why they were not but the Pacific Fleet). Well, let’s upgrade. You can imagine what kind of stealth in 24000 tons is permissible in the Mediterranean. Well, let's not find. What will happen to the crew in equatorial waters. Thought. And I don’t need about air conditioners. Who walked knows. In general, it's time to close this topic. (Cheers patriots put cons. He bit the holy)
      1. Hitrovan07
        Hitrovan07 18 February 2014 11: 00
        0
        So I do not write about the Mediterranean Sea. But in the Far East there is also the Arctic Ocean - so it would be quite.
  17. Homeless
    Homeless 17 February 2014 18: 57
    +1
    Quote: tungus
    What "Shark" do you mean? The one that is "Typhoon" by NATO classification? There were only six of them built. The latter entered service in 1989.
    There is also project 971 "Pike-B", which is discussed in the article. According to NATO classification "Akula"
    "Sharks" will be written off, since they are strategic missile carriers, and there are no missiles for them. P-39 is no longer produced. And for some reason, ours do not want to make inserts into the silos for cruise missiles similar to the American "Ohio".
    "Pike-B" multipurpose nuclear submarine, hunter. Indeed, a lot of them were built, but still less than 30. They are just being modernized.

    About 971 pieces remained alive 12, it would certainly be great if they all went through modernization.
    1. skiff-xnumx
      skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 20: 42
      0
      Much less. Very less.
  18. voliador
    voliador 17 February 2014 19: 23
    0
    Four years to repair is too much. There is no guarantee that they will be delivered on time.
  19. Homeless
    Homeless 17 February 2014 20: 00
    +3
    Quote: Apollon
    Good day to all hi

    quote- "Leopard" is a Project 971 nuclear submarine "Pike-B" (according to NATO classification - Shark II), the designer is the St. Petersburg Marine Engineering Bureau "Malakhit". The submarine was built at the Severodvinsk shipyard "Sevmash" in 1993.

    About the nuclear submarine of the 971 project.
    Watch the video to the end, the traitor of the Motherland, about the hunchbacked thing he did with submarines am

    Thank you for the film, a deep bow to our developers and shipbuilders for such an excellent weapon. And this test ... will die soon and will go to hell in the next world. Glory to Russian weapons, its creators and our entire Navy!
  20. loginovich
    loginovich 17 February 2014 20: 58
    0
    The nuclear submarine is good, but what about the personnel who, as everyone knows, decide everything. I am talking about officers midshipmen foremen and sailors, as well as about ship repair workers.
    1. skiff-xnumx
      skiff-xnumx 17 February 2014 21: 17
      0
      With repair seams. But there is someone to walk even with reserves.
  21. polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 18 February 2014 00: 11
    -1
    Slowlyooooo !!! Very slowooooo !!! And the blame for everything is EBN and his team.
    1. gispanec
      gispanec 18 February 2014 09: 56
      -1
      Quote: polkovnik manuch
      Very slowooooo !!! And the blame for everything is EBN and his team

      no ... Peter 1 and his foreign masters are to blame
  22. annodomene
    annodomene 18 February 2014 09: 10
    +4
    The photo for the article shows Gadzhievo (formerly Murmansk - 130), the "gallows" is very recognizable ...
  23. both s69
    both s69 18 February 2014 09: 12
    0
    My question to the community is a little off topic, but nevertheless I want to ask competent people here (I’m sure that those on this forum are likely to appear): what, in fact, with Mace? Is it officially adopted? Are our submarines already equipped with it, or is there still a problem? Something is still silence about this product. request