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On the "Severodvinsk" experienced rescue capsule

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On the nuclear submarine "Severodvinsk" (project 885, "Ash") experienced a pop-up rescue chamber, transmits TASS with reference to the representative of the North fleet Vadim Sergu.

On the "Severodvinsk" experienced rescue capsule


"According to the commander of the Northern Fleet, Admiral Vladimir Korolev, for the first time in the Russian period stories Russian Navy tested for its intended purpose pop-up rescue chamber of the newest nuclear submarine with a test team on board, "- said Serga.

To test the submarine plunged into the waters of the Bay of the Western Face on 40 meters, stabilized and simulated a fixed position on the ground. At this time, according to the representative of the Federation Council, "the test team of the capsule - five people - was working out evacuation on" Severodvinsk ". “In addition to the test team, the chamber itself also contained ballast, which in its mass equals the total weight of the entire crew,” said Serga.

After the ascent, the camera was towed to the rescue ship, which the testers then climbed on board.

“The test results once again confirmed the reliability and reasonableness of modern ships entering the fleet's armament, and careful preparation of the command of the submarine forces of the Northern Fleet and the crew of the Severodvinsk nuclear submarine to this exercise allowed us to safely carry out this most complicated event,” the fleet commander said.

Serga noted that all modern Russian nuclear submarines are now being equipped with rescue capsules.


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  1. Nevsky_ZU
    Nevsky_ZU 11 November 2014 14: 29
    +19
    Amusing video smile

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    3. Eggor
      Eggor 11 November 2014 14: 43
      +7
      Another video:

      1. Anton Gavrilov
        Anton Gavrilov 11 November 2014 18: 08
        +5
        An interesting shot though!
        1. annodomene
          annodomene 12 November 2014 07: 49
          +1
          The most important thing is the freeboard of the camera. Force! On the "loaves" is much less.
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    5. Giant thought
      Giant thought 11 November 2014 16: 30
      +3
      That's great, our submariners have a greater chance of survival.
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  2. Strezhevsky
    Strezhevsky 11 November 2014 14: 30
    +10
    The tragedy with Kursk taught us to think about the life of the crew! Well done.
    1. Steel loli
      Steel loli 11 November 2014 14: 33
      -27
      We’ll save ten, and another 50 will drown. Milota.

      It would be better if large floating cranes were built to lift boats from the depths.
      1. 78bor1973
        78bor1973 11 November 2014 15: 10
        +9
        The rescue camera is designed for the entire crew, and if the size of the camera bothers you, do not flatter yourself.
      2. Proud.
        Proud. 11 November 2014 15: 16
        +5
        Quote: Steel Loli
        It would be better if large floating cranes were built to lift boats from the depths.

        Yeah ... With a cruising speed of 100 knots. And better by teleporting ... But seriously, we are talking about saving the crew. In the shortest possible time. And not about raising the boat to save the crew. Is this how long it will take?
      3. avt
        avt 11 November 2014 17: 13
        +3
        Quote: Steel Loli
        It would be better if large floating cranes were built to lift boats from the depths.

        fool Well, you need to think sometimes before writing something!
        Quote: Be proud.
        Yeah ... With a cruising speed of 100 knots. And better by teleporting ... But seriously, we are talking about saving the crew. In the shortest possible time. And not about raising the boat to save the crew. Is this how long it will take?

        Quote: pv1005
        In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.

        Firstly, there was a catastrophe on "Kuska" from which no camera can save, secondly, the accident with the loss of "Komsosmolts" with a part of the crew showed that the technique should be learned to use, and not to stretch the damage control assessment to satisfactory, in order to push the boat out into the ocean even with an unprepared crew. So this test on the lead boat, in the life of an experimental one, with a regular crew is a good thing. good In general, a beautiful video report!
        1. TsUS-Air Force
          TsUS-Air Force 11 November 2014 19: 26
          +1
          in Kursk, the crew was found in saved suits in the cutting room. that is, it was time to get dressed and make a decision
          1. avt
            avt 11 November 2014 20: 11
            +1
            Quote: NOC-VVS
            in Kursk, the crew was found in saved suits in the cutting room. that is, it was time to get dressed and make a decision

            It exploded so that everything that did not tear really distorted. As far as I heard it was because of this that they could not gain a foothold and open the hatch in the compartment in which the survivors of the explosion were. A catastrophe fleeting from the explosion of the BC - here no means of emergency rescue will help in principle. When they got to examine her - unfortunately it was all over; everything was over.
            1. RONIN-HS
              RONIN-HS 11 November 2014 21: 04
              +1
              ... The catastrophe fleeting from the explosion of BK -...

              ... just need to clarify - whose BC pulled? It looks like it was BC "Memphis". negative
      4. Homo
        Homo 11 November 2014 17: 23
        +3
        Quote: Steel Loli
        We’ll save ten, and another 50 will drown. Milota.

        When will people like you learn how to read comments?
        “In the chamber itself, in addition to the test team, there was also ballast, equal in mass to the total weight of the entire crew”
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    3. pv1005
      pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 34
      +4
      In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.
      1. Nevsky_ZU
        Nevsky_ZU 11 November 2014 14: 41
        +1
        Quote: pv1005
        In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.


        Important detail ... hmm .. what But this is not a reason not to conduct training and engage in improvement. hi
        1. pv1005
          pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 43
          +1
          I agree to all 100%
        2. Ezhaak
          Ezhaak 11 November 2014 14: 59
          +1
          Quote: Nevsky_ZU
          But this is not a reason not to conduct training

          Be that as it may, in a serious accident, not everyone will be able to get to the rescue chamber. That's the problem. In such cases, as with Kursk, you yourself understand that it is not realistic to save everyone.
      2. Strezhevsky
        Strezhevsky 11 November 2014 14: 42
        0
        Quote: pv1005
        In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.

        I hope all this is taken into account and the conclusions are made, they do not sit still in general.
      3. SPACE59
        SPACE59 11 November 2014 14: 55
        +2
        Quote: pv1005
        In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.

        So you need to make two capsules, one in the nose and the other in the feed.
        1. tchoni
          tchoni 11 November 2014 15: 59
          +2
          So you need to make two capsules, one in the nose and the other in the feed.

          Better yet, in every compartment. It is a compartment because it is isolated from others. And ideally, operator’s workstations and battle stations (those that are possible) should be placed in these capsules. (as a catapult). I understand, it gives a little fiction, but still ...
  3. master 84
    master 84 11 November 2014 14: 30
    +3
    They began to think about the carriage, life is priceless, as before, die yourself but save the car
    1. Viktor Kudinov
      Viktor Kudinov 11 November 2014 14: 57
      0
      Submarine emergencies are not limited to those that are widely known. And any opportunity to avoid casualties must, in a pinch, be sure to work. repeat
  4. Deadmen
    Deadmen 11 November 2014 14: 30
    0
    And if the number of crews is more than the capsule can accommodate, will they play lots of saving seats by lot?)))
    1. Sly
      Sly 11 November 2014 14: 38
      +1
      Quote: Deadmen
      And if the number of crews is more than the capsule can accommodate, will they play lots of saving seats by lot?)))


      this will at least save those who fit into it, as well as quickly determine the location of the emergency ship, which will quickly begin the rescue operation.
      1. Deadmen
        Deadmen 11 November 2014 15: 04
        0
        well, to start the rescue operation, you need to have the appropriate equipment for this, which we unfortunately practically do not have.
        1. avt
          avt 11 November 2014 18: 05
          +3
          Quote: Deadmen
          well, to start the rescue operation, you need to have the appropriate equipment for this, which we unfortunately practically do not have.

          Why don't we have such cunning, clever? That's not something specific, well, just like that - on your fingers, can you tell? At the same time, you won’t tell how many rescuers, sea tugs have gone off the stocks and will still come down, those same, not aircraft carriers, not cruisers, not destroyers "at the sight of which many on the site turn up their nose - not combat. Yes, the Navy has ALWAYS put into operation a new one the project of boats, rescuers were built for them. I was strained with the guided uninhabited, and even then they bought it after Kursk, another thing at the Pacific Fleet, during maneuvers with deep-sea inhabited people, they drowned ... and the upper command staff were called in. No ideal technique and be surprised - it WILL NOT be, you need, as they say, "to master perfectly" what is available, and the current action with "Severodvinsk" is just that.
          1. Deadmen
            Deadmen 11 November 2014 18: 24
            0
            just when Kursk sank we waited until help came from behind a hill.
            1. avt
              avt 11 November 2014 18: 31
              0
              Quote: Deadmen
              just when Kursk sank we waited until help came from behind a hill.

              Yeah! ?? Or, maybe, take the time to look at the entire chronology of the events of this tragedy from the very beginning, from the moment of the rescue operation by the fleet forces intended to work with the emergency boat, and not from the arrival of the Haliburton platform, when the work on cutting the hull began.
    2. pv1005
      pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 39
      +1
      If the time has come to use the VSK, then the ship is all over, and by this time unfortunately there will be empty seats. Service on a submarine is not sugar, the rules of survival are very strict and, in the opinion of a simple average man, even cruel.
    3. Shadowcat
      Shadowcat 11 November 2014 14: 43
      +1
      umm ... Sir, let's pose the question differently - what the hell out of the submarine will there be extra people outside its staff?
  5. Hellraiser
    Hellraiser 11 November 2014 14: 31
    +1
    This is a very necessary and useful thing !!!
  6. Loner_53
    Loner_53 11 November 2014 14: 32
    +1
    Only positive emotions after reading the article, in a word good hi
  7. Vyacheslav 64
    Vyacheslav 64 11 November 2014 14: 33
    0
    This is a very useful option, given the fact that a submariner is a "piece thing" for the state. And the morale in the crew increases the possibility of evacuation.
  8. bmv04636
    bmv04636 11 November 2014 14: 33
    +4
    here's another photo
    1. aleks 62
      aleks 62 11 November 2014 15: 20
      +1
      .... Here I look at its size ..... And they take doubts that the whole crew can fit there, and this is 80-90 people .... Who in the subject, clarify the situation ... request
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 11 November 2014 16: 25
        0
        BMPD wrote that due to the height of the chamber, the entire crew is packed in it - in several "floors".
        the interior of the VSK was shown in the program "Polygon" "Journey to the Depth" (TV channel Russia 2) in which part I do not remember. In general, the "residential" volume of the VSK, judging by the photographs, is approximately 3,5-4 meters, that is, conventionally two floors for the crew sitting, well, and then like a herring in a barrel, shoulder to shoulder.

        You will not want to live like that.

        Not for nothing:
        In the chamber itself, in addition to the test team, there was also ballast, in mass equal to the total weight of the crew on board.
      2. Anton Gavrilov
        Anton Gavrilov 11 November 2014 18: 35
        +1
        The crew of Severodvinsk 63-64 people!

        Closely, tightly pressed against each other, and having a little patience will fit and not so much.
  9. KBR109
    KBR109 11 November 2014 14: 33
    +4
    Well done for not being stingy. Such a test is expensive and expensive. A similar exercise should have been conducted immediately after the death (destruction) of the KURSK submarine. But better late than never. WELL !
  10. Magic archer
    Magic archer 11 November 2014 14: 35
    0
    It’s better to improve personal protective equipment! If you’re still wearing them, you can already give up. In simple conditions it’s hard to put on, and under stress ...
    1. Andrey NM
      Andrey NM 11 November 2014 14: 50
      +3
      To do this, and conduct daily training to fight for survivability. The most difficult thing for me was to screw the fitting of the breathing bag to the hydrocombenison mask. There is a three-fingered little hand, and the apparatus is heavy.
      1. Magic archer
        Magic archer 11 November 2014 14: 59
        +2
        I saw a video with such training, and then, for the sake of curiosity, I asked a friend of the submariner about this. He told me that we still have 70 protective equipment! In the West, these have not been used for a long time. Everything is much simpler and more convenient there. Capsule capsule but sometimes you still need to get to it, but in conditions of smoke, for example, this is problematic .... I hope the fleet will think it over sooner or later
  11. ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 11 November 2014 14: 37
    0
    Great, lessons do not pass without a trace. There is hope that gagging is a thing of the past.
    The only thing that I wanted to know, from the explanations of the members of the forum, who own the topic, without conjectures and fantasies - "This capsule can fit the entire crew or is it not alone on the ship"? I will be grateful.
    1. Steel loli
      Steel loli 11 November 2014 14: 47
      -6
      The whole crew can fit in this capsule or it is not alone on the ship

      There is one capsule, the maximum capacity is 10 "non-heroes" in suits, the crew of the boat is 93 submariners.
      1. pv1005
        pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 55
        0
        Quote: Steel Loli
        The whole crew can fit in this capsule or it is not alone on the ship

        There is one capsule, the maximum capacity is 10 "non-heroes" in suits, the crew of the boat is 93 submariners.

        You are a nice person, have you seen this with your own eyes, or did you dream about it ???
        1. Steel loli
          Steel loli 11 November 2014 15: 07
          0
          Just read the articles on the development of this capsule.
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          1. pv1005
            pv1005 11 November 2014 15: 11
            +1
            Quote: Steel Loli
            Just read the articles on the development of this capsule.

            On the fences, too, a lot of things are written. Just go at least once to the submarine.
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    3. pv1005
      pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 48
      +3
      The whole crew is full. But very crowded.
      1. Steel loli
        Steel loli 11 November 2014 15: 09
        -2
        He laughed heartily. At least take a look at the photo first.
        You could cram the infantry company into the infantry fighting vehicle with the same makar.
        1. pv1005
          pv1005 11 November 2014 15: 15
          +2
          Quote: Steel Loli
          He laughed heartily. At least take a look at the photo first.
          You could cram the infantry company into the infantry fighting vehicle with the same makar.

          Nobody talks about the company in the BMP. And for VSK that I saw about that and I speak. And poking at strangers here is generally not accepted.
        2. RONIN-HS
          RONIN-HS 11 November 2014 21: 33
          0
          Steel Loli ... At least take a look at the photo first ...

          VSK is calculated by designers for all performance characteristics, and for the capacity of the entire crew (from the book YES. Romanova - "The tragedy of the submarine" Komsomolets ").
          So don't drive the blizzard said for the whole crew means ergonomics calculated.
          Another question is that the Komsomolets warlords stupidly did not know RBITS (Guides for the combat use of technical means). Additionally, they threw a cable into the lower compartment of the VSK, which did not allow to shut up the hatch in a regular way. The designers believe that VSK Komsomolets vomited from a regular place, after hitting the submarine against the ground (at depth 1553 m !!!) and she surfaced. 5 people were unconscious due to depressurization during ascent, three did not turn on in the IDA, and one of the first ones who regained consciousness opened the upper hatch without relieving the pressure. One was thrown alive (midshipman Slyusarenko).
          VSK was sunk by a jet of air, scooped up water and sank. Analysis of the flooding of VSC in the book pp. 124-135.

          And further. The book describes in detail the actions of the crew in returning the PSN life rafts. This is a circus, if it weren’t so tragic. In the merchant fleet, general ship alarms are carried out constantly and the team often overrides the standards. It is ordinary and habitual. It was at least once.
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  13. Ascetic
    Ascetic 11 November 2014 14: 38
    +1
    Here is a video of these tests



    I wonder how it differs from the VSK PLA pr. 705? They tested it in the shaggy 1965.





    Komsomolets was also equipped with a similar camera and Kursk. The concept of rescuing the entire team only works if the crew is extremely small and is in the same compartment while visiting the rest for a routine inspection. That is, the management of all life cycles on the submarine should be as automated as possible. These boats have a future, which means that the VSC into which the crew can get as quickly as possible from neighboring compartments will be effective.
    1. pv1005
      pv1005 11 November 2014 14: 49
      0
      Fundamentally nothing.
  14. Shadowcat
    Shadowcat 11 November 2014 14: 44
    0
    The main thing is not to make noise while driving. And so purely joyful, it remains to work out the methodology for saving and evacuating the crew that emerged.
  15. Andrey NM
    Andrey NM 11 November 2014 14: 44
    +2
    As far as I remember, the Komsomolets capsule was also tested in Litsa, so it was back in 1988, if memory serves. The problem is that if we recall the collisions and accidents of our nuclear submarines, then the strikes were either in the wheelhouse, or in the area of ​​the 2nd compartment, just in the area where the VSK was located.
  16. Igor 069
    Igor 069 11 November 2014 14: 49
    0
    Tests were conducted from a boat standing on an even keel? But how is it in reality? It would be interesting to read the analysis of rescue l / s in real emergencies.
  17. Triarius North
    Triarius North 11 November 2014 14: 49
    0
    I hope that in real conditions it will not be useful.
  18. Babai34rus
    Babai34rus 11 November 2014 14: 56
    0
    Ah yes well done !!!!!!!!
  19. Viktor Kudinov
    Viktor Kudinov 11 November 2014 15: 02
    0
    Quote: Magic Archer
    It’s better to improve personal protective equipment! If you’re still wearing them, you can already give up. In simple conditions it’s hard to put on, and under stress ...


    This is also a must! And so that both the wounded and the stunned, and in general no one "on the machine" could "pack in protection" yes .
  20. archi.sailor
    archi.sailor 11 November 2014 15: 04
    +3
    Damn, I missed such an event while sitting at home !!!!! We need to ask witnesses good
  21. Lyton
    Lyton 11 November 2014 15: 06
    0
    Well, God forbid, that it would work under any conditions and deformations, even when the boat is lying on its side, God forbid, of course.
  22. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 11 November 2014 15: 06
    -1
    "Kursk" would be like that! Not all ... at least someone ...
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  24. 3vs
    3vs 11 November 2014 19: 36
    0
    Judging by wikipedia:
    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%CF%EE%E4%E2%EE%E4%ED%FB%E5_%EB%EE%E4%EA%E8_%EF%F0

    %EE%E5%EA%F2%E0_885_%AB%DF%F1%E5%ED%FC%BB
    Crew 64 person.
    There is one rescue chamber on the boat; it can fit the whole crew. The number of crews, according to data from various sources, ranges from 85 to 93 people.
    Something I doubt that the entire crew of even 64 people fit in such a small box.
    If the whole add-on would pop up, wherever it went.
    Can someone correctly explain this incident?
  25. Nayhas
    Nayhas 11 November 2014 20: 20
    -1
    I have never met a single case when such a capsule saved at least one person. The USSR in terms of accident rate and the number of dead submarines was ahead of the rest, but rescue capsules did not save anyone. Maybe designers are underdeveloping something?
    1. Lyton
      Lyton 12 November 2014 04: 04
      0
      I saved it on Komsomolets, only the midshipman doesn’t seem to remember exactly with fright, not evening the pressure, rushed to open it.
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  27. cergey51046
    cergey51046 11 November 2014 20: 41
    -1
    This is correct, otherwise it will jam in Kursk.
    1. pv1005
      pv1005 11 November 2014 22: 10
      0
      Do not confuse Kursk and Komsomolets.
  28. Ze Kot
    Ze Kot 11 November 2014 20: 57
    0
    Quote: KOSMOS59
    Quote: pv1005
    In Kursk there was the same VSK, just to sense if after the explosion the first three compartments where there was an entrance to the VSK like a cow tongue licked.

    So you need to make two capsules, one in the nose and the other in the feed.



    So it seems so. Maybe just not all boats.
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  30. Wolka
    Wolka 12 November 2014 06: 25
    0
    it is gratifying, but still doubtful, that about 80-90 people will fit in this jar, and if there are another 300s then ... so it makes sense to think about placing another similar capsule in the rear of the submarine, or to develop additional alternative ways to save crew, such as through torpedo tubes or missile silos.