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JDC showed the British the best development

An off-site aerospace conference was held on the territory of the Salyut Scientific and Production Center for Gas Turbine Engineering, which is part of the UEC Holding. aviation companies. The hosts were representatives of the UEC corporation.


The conference began with a tour of the museum of the Salut enterprise, where the entire история plant since its inception to the present day.

The British delegation was shown mockups of the best models of engines of the domestic industrial complex: PD-14, AL-31FN, AI-222-25, etc. The PD-14 engine is a project of a family of promising civil turbofan engines developed by JDCs. Engines of the AI-222-25 series are installed on Yak-130 airplanes. To date, several engine modifications have been developed, including an engine with an afterburner and thrust vector control system. The AL-31FN engine is designed for installation on the Su-27 aircraft and its modifications.


Alexander Korshunov, Director of Marketing, Sales and International Industrial Cooperation, spoke about enterprises and products of the UEC. In addition, in his speech, he spoke about promising areas of cooperation with the aerospace cluster of Great Britain.

UDC Deputy General Director Sergei Pavlinich stressed the importance of developing partnership relations between Russia and the UK in the field of high-tech industries.

The British delegation was made up of representatives of companies specializing in high-tech component manufacturing, developing and mastering advanced materials, equipment, and production technologies. They made a presentation of their products.

The British delegation, which visited Salut, also included the Minister Counselor for Economy, Trade and Investments of the British Embassy, ​​Barbara Hubberjam, and David Scotter, Head of the Representative Office of ADS GROUP LTD. They expressed their hopes and readiness for further cooperation between Great Britain and Russia in the field of aerospace production.

United Engine Corporation (UEC) - an integrated structure producing engines for military and civil aviation, installations of various capacities for the production of electrical and thermal energy, gas pumping and ship gas turbine units. It is part of Rostec State Corporation.
Originator:
http://rostec.ru/
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  1. maks-101
    maks-101 12 March 2014 09: 26
    +1
    there is gunpowder in the flasks
    1. igor.borov775
      igor.borov775 12 March 2014 22: 26
      +1
      Wait, if the money flows in the river, then you don’t need to worry, this whole company will be put up for sale under the slogan. The state does not know how to conduct commercial activity. They say there are no specialists.
  2. Ingvar 72
    Ingvar 72 12 March 2014 09: 29
    +9
    But I wonder if our British are also happy with such excursions? fool On the eve of World War I, we, too, were famous for their openness, and everyone knows what this led to. negative
    1. Nayhas
      Nayhas 12 March 2014 10: 06
      +7
      Quote: Ingvar 72
      But I wonder if our British are also happy with such excursions?

      The purpose of such "excursions" is to acquaint the future partner with their products in order to confirm their high level corresponding to the world. The UEC Corporation is interested in the advanced technologies of British engine-builders; to gain access to them, it is necessary to show that these technologies are applicable in our conditions, which requires joint conferences and excursions.
      PS: That's only against the backdrop of the events in the Crimea all these events may be in vain. The embargo will primarily affect the defense industry.
    2. inkass_98
      inkass_98 12 March 2014 10: 35
      +1
      Quote: Ingvar 72
      Do our British also arrange such excursions?

      But what, when the engine "Nin" was presented to us, they also took us on an excursion. Now, apparently, we have come to study.
      1. AVV
        AVV 13 March 2014 10: 23
        0
        Quote: inkass_98
        Do our British also arrange such excursions?

        The British can only sell finished products, but without the transfer of technology !!! They are very fond of espionage !!!
    3. pensioner
      pensioner 12 March 2014 11: 52
      +1
      Quote: Ingvar 72
      On the eve of World War I, we, too, were famous for their openness, and everyone knows what this led to.

      Yeah. And then they gave us the "drawings" of the tank. As they themselves later admitted - "childish" ... Well, in general, complete misinformation.
      Good afternoon! hi
    4. 23424636
      23424636 12 March 2014 14: 07
      +1
      Arranged on a Rolls-Royce, for which the Americans chided them for a long time, because our people cut the metal structure through shavings ...
    5. Vanya2013F
      Vanya2013F 12 March 2014 18: 53
      +2
      they sell them to us honestly. I myself work at one of the AP enterprises. Rolls-Royce engines as well as French Turbomeks are on some of our helicopters.
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 12 March 2014 20: 56
        0
        Quote: Vanya2013F
        they sell them to us honestly.

        But they sell civilian models and not the latest developments. Nobody sells technology to us, and we don’t see politeness on the Chinese path. hi
  3. Ivan Petrovich
    Ivan Petrovich 12 March 2014 09: 30
    +9
    entigly angly horseradish horseradish should be shown, not aircraft engines
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 12 March 2014 09: 41
      +5
      And here, it seems to me, it was shown not so much to the British as to the Scots, who will separate from Britain today, tomorrow. It would be cool if they didn’t fly to Eurofighter, but to MiGs and Sushki.
  4. shitovmg
    shitovmg 12 March 2014 09: 39
    +7
    In my opinion, we started with Roll Royce in civil aviation. Although, I could be wrong, not a specialist. The demonstration is one thing, and industrial production is quite another. I’m a little familiar, a friend worked as a foreman at Perm engines. And cooperation didn’t bother anyone!
  5. Mviktor
    Mviktor 12 March 2014 09: 40
    0
    The Anglo-Saxons have been enemies to us for centuries, and helping enemies is a betrayal of national interests. Of course, if shown in order to intimidate then correctly
  6. Aleksandr12
    Aleksandr12 12 March 2014 09: 42
    0
    Let them look, let them drool. We won't sell them anything anyway (not because they don't need it, but for political and economic reasons). There is nothing to sell advanced technologies to these "friends".
  7. Leonid Har
    Leonid Har 12 March 2014 09: 45
    +1
    Does the presentation of the British have any value for our engine industry?
  8. ImPerts
    ImPerts 12 March 2014 10: 01
    +3
    There is an example of useful cooperation with small-britters. In 1947, when Rolls - Royce transferred the licenses for the engines "Nin" and "Derwent". Now what?
  9. AlexxxNik
    AlexxxNik 12 March 2014 10: 03
    +1
    impudent, go, bite your elbows: why the heck we then Nin and Derbent sold them
    1. engineer74
      engineer74 12 March 2014 10: 11
      0
      Yeah, and the French for the Gnome and Ron (the first Salute engines) ... smile
      Nin and Derbent

      DerVENT EMNIP hi
  10. JonnyT
    JonnyT 12 March 2014 10: 09
    0
    letting them take a look and think whether it is worth fighting with us economically or it is more profitable to cooperate!
  11. sargus
    sargus 12 March 2014 10: 10
    +2
    The Englishman can only let the expense, but not in his house!
    1. Siberia 9444
      Siberia 9444 12 March 2014 12: 12
      0
      Probably for this and showed that it would be a hindrance to sleep peacefully. angry
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  12. GRune
    GRune 12 March 2014 10: 39
    +1
    Quote: Ingvar 72
    But I wonder if our British are also happy with such excursions? fool On the eve of World War I, we, too, were famous for their openness, and everyone knows what this led to. negative

    + 100!
  13. Vyacheslav73
    Vyacheslav73 12 March 2014 12: 22
    +1
    Some subtle calculation, apparently. Without comprehensive information, one can only guess the reason for the invitation of the British.
  14. darksoul
    darksoul 12 March 2014 18: 39
    +1
    why should the British show them? The Chinese would rate faster laughing God forbid, of course, I’m joking, the Chinese take pictures with their eyes and scratch home, and then there’s an op and a copy
  15. garik77
    garik77 12 March 2014 18: 51
    0
    And what do the Britons want from us?
  16. voliador
    voliador 12 March 2014 19: 55
    0
    This is all good, but already old. New developments are needed. Although promising developments to the bourgeoisie would hardly have shown.