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Prime Minister congratulated Bulavy developer Yuri Solomonov on his anniversary

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Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, congratulated Yuri Solomonov, who holds the position of general director and general designer of the Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering Corporation, who turned 70 years old.


Prime Minister congratulated Bulavy developer Yuri Solomonov on his anniversary


“Please accept my sincere congratulations on your 70th birthday and best wishes. A talented designer and organizer, you made a great contribution to strengthening the country's defense capabilities, you did a lot to equip our army and fleet the latest weapons. I wish you and your loved ones good health, further success in your work and all the best, ”the RIA Minister congratulates "News".

Soviet and Russian designer of military rocket technology, doctor of technical sciences, teacher and professor Yuri Solomonov was born on November 3 1945 in Moscow. Since 1997, he has been the General Designer of the Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering (MIT). In 2000, he was awarded the rank of Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, in 2006, the academician, in 2015, the Hero of Labor of the Russian Federation. Since 1987, he is the Honored Inventor of the RSFSR, and since 1981, he is the Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Under the leadership of Solomonov, the Moscow Institute of Thermal Engineering has developed more than 70 types of solid-fuel missiles that are used in the Strategic Missile Forces, the Ground Forces, and the Navy. Among them: "Bulava", "Pioneer", "Temp-S", "Topol", "Topol-M", "Mars", "Yars", "Luna", "Filin", "Whirlwind" and others.
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  1. Vladimyrych
    Vladimyrych 3 November 2015 13: 14
    +8
    Congratulations Yuri Semenovich!
    For many years and even more beautiful products under various indices not understandable to the enemy!
    1. marlin1203
      marlin1203 3 November 2015 13: 16
      +5
      A great man who almost single-handedly saved the nuclear shield of the motherland in the 90s. A deep bow and best wishes!
      1. DenZ
        DenZ 3 November 2015 13: 25
        +1
        A great man who almost single-handedly saved the nuclear shield of the motherland in the 90s. A deep bow and best wishes!

        Really saved? They lobbied for the development of ICBMs, taking away the work from the Makeev State Regional Center, brought to mind God knows how long this is not particularly outstanding in m / v "Bulava" and now it is a savior. No, thank you. How much money was spent it was impossible to remember, the product was completed only with the "name of revolution" and such and such a mother. "Poplar" is certainly gorgeous, there is nothing to argue.
        Anticipating the cons, I recall that everyone has the right to have their own, informed opinion.
        1. Amurets
          Amurets 3 November 2015 13: 50
          +4
          DenZ! On this day, you don’t have to spoil a person’s mood. It’s not his fault that the sailors requested a solid fuel rocket. In Makeev’s design bureau, small-sized solid fuel rockets didn’t work. See P-39 for 80 tons of weight. I’m not going to minus for honesty. Everyone should have own opinion. On the rest on such a day there is no desire to argue. And Yuri Solomonovich has many years of life.
          1. Engineer
            Engineer 3 November 2015 13: 58
            0
            To be fair, it’s worth saying that Makeev’s design bureau also participated in the competition for a solid fuel mace, but MIT was allegedly given preference because of unification with Topol. What this led to is known. But the Makeyevtsy were not Makeyevtsy if they surrendered without a fight, and after the failed first tests, they proposed replacing the Mace for the Boreans in the form of a liquid-small missile. But ... in general, Makeev’s design bureau without a lobby was not a destiny at all, because Sineva was leaving with the carriers of these missiles, but there were no new prospects. And MIT became a monopolist both on land and in water.
            1. DenZ
              DenZ 3 November 2015 17: 33
              0
              but there are no new prospects

              Well, well, and Sarmatian ??? The fact that KB Makeeva V.P. left without a lobby on the mace is understandable. But their lobby is well-executed projects and made in a sane time (about the same Mace). Therefore, I think that Makeev’s design bureau will not be without work in the next decade.
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        2. Alexey RA
          Alexey RA 3 November 2015 13: 55
          +2
          Quote: DenZ
          Lobbied for the development of ICBMs, taking away the work from the Makeev State Regional Center, brought to mind God knows how long this is not particularly outstanding in m / v "Bulava" and now it is a savior

          Ahem ... I'm afraid that outstanding performance characteristics SLBM Makeev ("Bark") would have remained in prototypes.
          Because the new SSBN under the 81-ton SLBM, Russia would not have pulled. Ave 941 were built in the 80s and are far from eternal. And what's next - when will their resource be knocked out?
          1. Engineer
            Engineer 3 November 2015 14: 08
            -1
            And the Bulava "outstanding in performance characteristics"? In terms of parameters, it is at the level of Trident 1 mid 70s years. But Makeevskaya Sineva - the most advanced performance characteristics ballistic missile sea-based.
            1. jjj
              jjj 3 November 2015 14: 30
              0
              Do you know the options? Strong
            2. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 3 November 2015 14: 52
              0
              Quote: Engineer
              And the Bulava "outstanding in performance characteristics"? Its parameters are at the Trident 1 level of the mid-70s.

              According to the open "contractual" parameters announced in the press.
              Quote: Engineer
              But Makeevskaya Sineva - the most advanced performance characteristics ballistic missile sea-based.

              If for more than 30 years already a serial missile is licked and modernized, it will inevitably become perfect. That's just the problem with VT remains.
              1. DenZ
                DenZ 3 November 2015 17: 46
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                [quote = Alexey RA] [quote = Engineer] That's just the problem with VT remains. [/ quote]
                There is no problem with it (at least recently), but I agree that solid-fuel rockets are much easier to maintain. According to the conclusion of the payload, solid-fuel rockets are still behind the liquid ones, even the most modern ones. The speed at the initial part of the trajectory (when the rocket can be easily knocked down by the liquid is also higher. And finally, the range. We compare Sineva and Mace and hope that we are told official data, since the mace of the Mace is not impressive at all (that is, less than that of Sineva).
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            3. DenZ
              DenZ 3 November 2015 17: 37
              0
              Can you read?
              not particularly outstanding in m / v "Bulava"
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  2. aszzz888
    aszzz888 3 November 2015 13: 16
    +1
    70 years - 70 types of rockets!
    Unique!
    Health and well-being to the general designer! love
  3. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 3 November 2015 13: 16
    +3
    such people need to be erected monuments, or at least the streets should be called by their first and last names.
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    1. Alexey RA
      Alexey RA 3 November 2015 13: 44
      0
      Quote: Engineer
      It is better to write nevertheless - "I congratulated the Poplar developer on the anniversary", because Bulava is a frankly unsuccessful rocket against the background of a competitor, but Poplar has nothing to compare with.

      And who are the competitors? An hour, not an 80-ton "Bark" with its "water carriers"? wink
      Liquid-fuel rockets are not solid-fuel competitors - MO requires for SLBMs precisely TT.
  5. company7777
    company7777 3 November 2015 13: 17
    0
    Congratulations!!!
  6. Wolka
    Wolka 3 November 2015 13: 19
    0
    May the Russian Land not be impoverished by such people !!! many years and prosperity, honor and glory to this Hero Man ....
  7. roskot
    roskot 3 November 2015 13: 24
    0
    Brilliant people did not transfer to Russia. Happy anniversary. To bring up a worthy shift.
  8. guzik007
    guzik007 3 November 2015 13: 30
    +5
    Finally! We remembered the man who actually saved our nuclear shield from the Great Bukhoi, the man who, in order to save the nuclear industry, earned money by designing and selling medical equipment, and along the way created a modern water treatment plant for the capital, thereby earning money for the production of missiles. All this was very well described in yesterday's issue of the "moment of truth" by Karaulov. And in intelligence he is compared with Korolev. Maybe only to this person we owe the fact that in the 90s we were not finally crushed. HAPPY YOU, YURI SEMENOVICH!
    1. Engineer
      Engineer 3 November 2015 13: 39
      +1
      can you read more about salvation to fill moss gaps in the history of rocket science?
      1. Was mammoth
        Was mammoth 3 November 2015 13: 58
        0
        Quote: Engineer
        can you read more about salvation to fill moss gaps in the history of rocket science?

        I saw only partially yesterday's "Moment of Truth". I will definitely look. And I advise you. Fill in any gaps. wink
        The piece that I saw. An appeal to Yeltsin through the press, unable to get through the turntable. Much is said about man.
        1. Engineer
          Engineer 3 November 2015 14: 03
          0
          Well, I do not want to condemn Karaulov, because Solomonov was never the successor of the Queen at least. I'm talking about specific things - how did he save the nuclear shield - with a mace?
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          2. guzik007
            guzik007 3 November 2015 14: 24
            +2
            ... because Solomonov was never the successor of the Queen at least ...
            Strange, did I say this somewhere?

            ... how did he save the nuclear shield - with a mace?


            And what you, excuse me, the mace did not please? with its readiness for launch in 3-4 minutes, in contrast to 30-40 minutes of liquid Satan. Ah falls often? So, I think you are aware that Satan didn’t immediately fly away. It’s clear. The developers, as far as I know, never worked on sea-based missiles, only from a stationary site, hence the mistakes at the initial stage. I will accept your amendments without resentment.
            1. DenZ
              DenZ 3 November 2015 17: 50
              0
              The mace is not to be compared to Satan, but to Sineva (R-29RMU-2). Further your opus can not be read at all because write nonsense.
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      2. Amurets
        Amurets 3 November 2015 14: 00
        0
        In the 90s, satellites for Israel and the FRG were launched at the Svobodny Cosmodrome in the Amur Region. In order to preserve the development of the Mace, money was made in this way. For the rest, see above.
        1. Engineer
          Engineer 3 November 2015 14: 20
          0
          Those. Mace, adopted in 12g, saved our missile shield? Not Satan \ Governor, not Scalpel, not Poplar, not Sinev, namely the Mace? By the time the missiles were adopted, Sukhadolsky was completing it, if that.
          1. guzik007
            guzik007 3 November 2015 14: 30
            0
            He stopped the further cutting of the nuclear shield, having reached Bukhoi through the media, otherwise after Satan he would have gone under the knife and scalpels and everything else. By the way, according to Karaulov, after Bukhoy slept through working with documents and found out about this, he furiously canceled his previous decree on awarding the hero of the day Gertrude. Nevertheless, the cut stopped.
  9. Zomanus
    Zomanus 3 November 2015 14: 19
    +1
    Great man of a great country.
    I really hope that even now somewhere in our country such people are being brought up.
    Happy anniversary, Yuri Semenovich.
  10. rudolff
    rudolff 3 November 2015 14: 27
    +1
    Regarding Bark, there is no need to sin at the Makeevka office. What is the TTZ, such is the rocket. Take a look at the performance characteristics, the drop weight. More than Mace more than twice. If they prescribed 1-1,5 tons in the mission, then the rocket would be at least twice as light.
    And pr.955 Borey was originally designed for Bark. And after the laying of the head was redesigned under the Mace.
  11. aleksandrs95
    aleksandrs95 3 November 2015 15: 49
    0
    I would argue about Trident and Bulava. Bulava is a very worthy rocket for its purposes, light, maneuvering and affordable. As for Makeev’s design bureau, they do a great job in Sarmat, and Sineva will even figure out what to use.
  12. Matsuda Kabushiki
    Matsuda Kabushiki 3 November 2015 15: 55
    0
    Engineer

    And the Bulava "outstanding in performance characteristics"? Its parameters are at the Trident 1 level of the mid-70s. But Makeevskaya Sineva is the most advanced sea-based ballistic missile in terms of performance characteristics.

    At Bulava, the warhead is equipped with means of overcoming missile defense, this is its "outstanding performance characteristics"
    A range of 8000 km is enough.
  13. Matsuda Kabushiki
    Matsuda Kabushiki 3 November 2015 15: 58
    0
    Yes, about "Makeyevtsy", as you know, they did not find themselves on the outskirts of history, they are developing a replacement for "Satan".
  14. Katukov
    Katukov 3 November 2015 16: 30
    +2
    Mace, Sineva, Satan ..... Tra that one is bad good. But he defended the youth, developed and invented money for research. Stone in the foundation of the country !!!!
  15. Old26
    Old26 3 November 2015 19: 36
    0
    Congratulations on the Jubilee. Whatever they say, but despite the collapse of the 90s, I was able to create a mobile version and recreate the mine version of the Topol-M developed at Yuzhny
  16. rudolff
    rudolff 3 November 2015 21: 24
    +1
    Old26, what does it mean could create a mobile? Are you talking about Poplar? And where does Solomon? Topol began to engage in the 75th Ch. designer Nadiradze, and finished Lagutin. Solomon then later engaged in the modernized Topol-M. And what does it mean, recreated mine? What is there to recreate? The missile is lowered into the shaft in a regular glass. All the first test launches of rockets for soil complexes began precisely from the mine. The same Poplar was launched from the mine in Plesetsk back in 83. And he was engaged in this, albeit in cooperation with the South, but it was MIT.
  17. Old26
    Old26 3 November 2015 21: 49
    0
    Quote: rudolff
    Old26, what does it mean could create a mobile? Are you talking about Poplar? And where does Solomon? Topol began to engage in the 75th Ch. designer Nadiradze, and finished Lagutin. Solomon then later engaged in the modernized Topol-M. And what does it mean, recreated mine? What is there to recreate? The missile is lowered into the shaft in a regular glass. All the first test launches of rockets for soil complexes began precisely from the mine. The same Poplar was launched from the mine in Plesetsk back in 83. And he was engaged in this, albeit in cooperation with the South, but it was MIT.


    Rudolf! Have you carefully read what I wrote?

    but despite the collapse of the 90s, he was able to create a mobile version and recreate the mine version of the Topol-M developed at Yuzhny

    We are talking about "Topol-M". It was the mobile complex that he brought to mind in the 90s, and it was he who recreated the mine version of the Topol-M. Since, according to the decree of the USSR Council of Ministers, it was the Yuzhnoye design bureau that was engaged in the development of the mine version of the rocket called "Universal". The mobile complex, created using the developments for the promising Topol-2 complex (sometimes the name Topol-UTTKh) was dealt with by MIT. By the time of the collapse of the Union, only 1 rocket (No. 1L) had been manufactured on the Yuzhny, which they did not manage to shoot before the collapse. And then it was Solomonov who had to change those components that were incorporated into the structure on the South ...
  18. rudolff
    rudolff 3 November 2015 22: 39
    +1
    What could he recreate if the work on the Universal stopped at the stage of research and development. They were initially engaged together, MIT and Yuzhnoye. Yuzhny did not independently engage in a mine rocket. This complexes had to be two, and the rocket itself had to be one, both for unpaved and mine. The difference in the last stage and in the TPK. After the departure of Southern MIT became the lead developer, taking as a basis the already appeared Topol-M. Agree, create a new rocket, this one. And to make an upgrade to an existing one or to adapt it for mine-based, is quite another. Both Topol-M and Yars are all derivatives of Poplar. Solomonov is certainly a good engineer and a talented designer, but no less a good self-PR man. At one time, constantly glowed on the screen, distributed the interview. Ah, Russia irretrievably lost over 200 rocket technologies, oh we no longer have carbon fiber production ..! And read his book, so he alone saved the nuclear shield of Russia!
  19. Old26
    Old26 3 November 2015 23: 20
    0
    Quote: rudolff
    What could he recreate if the work on the Universal stopped at the stage of research and development.

    Not at all. A few days before the coup (GKChP) a rocket was sent to Plesetsk (No. 1L - that is, the first flight)

    Quote: rudolff
    They were initially engaged together, MIT and Yuzhnoye. Yuzhny did not independently engage in a mine rocket. This complexes had to be two, and the rocket itself had to be one, both for unpaved and mine.

    But alas, one universal missile did not work out due to different operating conditions and different security requirements. It turned out, as it were, two missiles, instead of one. Yes, logically, it should have been universal and identical, since the main parts were created at MIT and at Yuzhmash. Yuzhmash developed the 1st stage rocket block, a fairing. MIT - 2 and 3 stages and connecting compartments, created an instrument compartment, a combat stage (a platform for deploying a BB and a missile defense system. But at a certain stage, it was decided to develop 2 different sets of missile defense systems and, as a result, 2 different platforms and battle stages with engines of different power.
    Yuzhmash developed a high-energy propulsion system with a liquid-propellant engine, MIT - a solid-fuel propulsion system of lower power. the mine also had a pallet, while the PGRK did not. The mine TPK was made of metal, while the PGRK was made of plastic. And in the 90s, when MIT took up both Solomon missiles and was engaged in "bringing them to a common denominator"

    Quote: rudolff
    After the departure of Southern MIT became the lead developer, taking as a basis the already appeared Topol-M.

    "Topol-M" is a later name for "Universal". His version, PGRK, he really did using the backlog of "Topol-2". And as a result of this work, if you want to modernize the Yuzhmash version, a single, universal missile of the Topol-M complex was obtained. Of course, he did not build the mine from scratch.

    Quote: rudolff
    Both Topol-M and Yars are all derivatives of Poplar.

    Well, not quite so, but you can say so. These products are still not the modernization of "Topol", but new developments

    Quote: rudolff
    Solomonov is certainly a good engineer and a talented designer, but no less a good self-PR man. At one time, constantly glowed on the screen, distributed the interview. Ah, Russia irretrievably lost over 200 rocket technologies, oh we no longer have carbon fiber production ..! And read his book, so he alone saved the nuclear shield of Russia!

    And I do not claim that he alone saved the nuclear shield of Russia. If you noticed, then I said that:
    Whatever they say, but despite the collapse of the 90s, he was able to create a mobile version and recreate the mine version of the Topol-M developed at Yuzhny

    And not a word anymore. Self-PR man - yes, undoubtedly, but the time was such that it was sometimes necessary to PR. A book ... "Nuclear vertical" you mean?
  20. rudolff
    rudolff 4 November 2015 00: 26
    +1
    Yes, the nuclear vertical.
  21. Old26
    Old26 4 November 2015 09: 34
    0
    Quote: rudolff
    Yes, Nuclear Vertical

    I once asked a question to one of my friends involved in this industry, why the names of the actors were changed. To which he grinned answered: so that they are not dragged by the courts. laughing

    Besides why was the same "Speed" call "Skorokhod" - not at all clear. Especially after the release of the anniversary book on MIT, where they talked about each and where "Skorokhod" and didn't smell
  22. PValery53
    PValery53 4 November 2015 10: 17
    0
    Congratulations to Yuri Semyonovich on his Anniversary! Decent scientific and technical light. The patriot of Russia and Russia! Good health and prosperity!
  23. Olegater
    Olegater 4 November 2015 20: 20
    0
    Yuri Semenovich from the bottom of his heart congratulates YOU on a small Russian family. THANKS TO YOU for a reliable umbrella over our country. We wish YOU HEALTH HAPPINESS AND GOOD LUCK AND NEW ACHIEVEMENTS. CONGRATULATIONS ONCE AGAIN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    !!!!!!!!