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Mine tests of the Ural-VV armored car. Video

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The tests of the armored car "Ural-VV", which was originally ordered from the manufacturer for the troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and now the Russian Ministry of Defense is interested in it, continue. One of the tests of the car, which was carried out the other day, is associated with the mine protection of the Ural-VV. A video appeared on YouTube on the Denis Mokrushin channel on YouTube, which shows how under the armored vehicle the explosive device undermines the power to 2 kg in TNT.


The mine was laid under the front right wheel of the Ural-VV, and after the explosion the right side of the front axle went deep enough into the ground. However, the engine of the armored car continued its work, as if there had never been any detonation. The body and cabin of the test "Ural-VV" did not receive serious damage that would somehow threaten the crew and personnel if people were inside the car.



Further tests decided to turn into a truly radical armored car. Under it (in the area of ​​the right middle wheel) an explosive device with a capacity of about 6 kg in TNT equivalent was laid. Surprisingly, the Russian car withstood this tremendous explosive load. The body and cabin of the armored car again did not receive serious damage.



The fact that the staff could have protected the armor from such an explosive impact, if people were inside the new Ural, has not yet been reported.

Another test - the shelling of the cab of an armored car of various types of small weapons from close range. The result is presented in frames of the video:

Photos used:
Denis Mokrushin
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  1. chikenous59
    chikenous59 1 March 2016 13: 05 New
    -1
    The fact that the staff could have protected the armor from such an explosive impact, if people were inside the new Ural, has not yet been reported.

    Then what are these tests for? Show that the car remained intact, but the personnel xs?
    1. Now we are free
      Now we are free 1 March 2016 13: 16 New
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      With all my deep respect for the workaholic "Kamaz", I am inclined to believe that "Typhoon" and just army / BB trucks should be based on the "Ural" because "One and a half meters of life" (the distance from the wheel to the driver's seat) are expensive in the mine action plan ... Of course, we can say that now there are many remote control devices (which can be blown up directly when the car body passes over the explosive), but this is so, BUT:
      1) First, remotely controlled ammunition requires direct observation of the target / location near the place of detonation (which is not always possible for militants / saboteurs), plus the radio signal may be jammed, or the WU will be activated earlier from electronic anti-mine devices, which can be installed on a car.
      2) The old "good mine" of push action is much cheaper and more reliable.

      PS
      Yes, it is possible to install mines with a slowdown BUT they are not found so often, and there are not so many wizards who can install a slowdown on a mine of push action.
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 1 March 2016 13: 40 New
        18
        Something the guys have some modest tests, there is South Africa MRAP, on the Ural platform, an explosion of as much as 21 kilograms of TNT can withstand.
        1. wanderer_032
          wanderer_032 1 March 2016 17: 28 New
          +4
          Quote: Vadim237
          Something the guys have some modest tests, there is South Africa MRAP, on the Ural platform, an explosion of as much as 21 kilograms of TNT can withstand.


          From "Ural" there are only units. Undercarriage units, transmission units and units and engine. The carrying armored hull itself is made in South Africa.
      2. Lopatov
        Lopatov 1 March 2016 14: 06 New
        +2
        Quote: Now we are free
        2) The old "good mine" of push action is much cheaper and more reliable.

        That's just to disguise it on the road is almost impossible. This is a question of driver training. Do not ride through puddles and funnel filled in the roadway, and everything will be the way.
        And just here these "half a meter of life" can get in the way.

        In addition, in the "big war" of the enemy's RDGs, anti-aircraft mines will be used, and magnetic mines, primarily cumulative mines, will become the main danger to equipment. it follows that in a big war, all these MRAPs are simply useless.
        1. Lopatov
          Lopatov 1 March 2016 18: 26 New
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          For gifted minusers.

          According to the enemy’s RDG: the American SLAM M2 mine weighs 1 kg. At the same time, when using a mine as an anti-aircraft, the tank will be immobilized precisely, and when used as an anti-aircraft with a high probability it will be destroyed.
          The Swedish anti-aircraft Bofors FFV weighs 2.6 kg. And at the same time it has armor penetration at a distance of 30 meters to 60 mm of homogeneous armor.
          Well, the heaviest anti-tank mines that can use RDGs are things like the M93 HORNET, hitting targets from above.

          No one will pull a few artillery shells or a centner of TNT on the hump;

          For mines established in the interests of combined arms units: modern combat operations are fleeting, anti-tank mines of pressure action manually installed in the ground will not have special use. First of all, remote mining. That is, or light anti-vehicle mines, whose task is to immobilize. Or more powerful anti-bottom mines with a magnetic target sensor (and most of them)

          Accordingly, MRAPs cannot provide protection against the above mines. In addition to anti-transport, but there they are redundant. That is, in a normal modern warfare, equipment with enhanced protection against explosions is simply not needed.
      3. igorka357
        igorka357 1 March 2016 16: 16 New
        +5
        Listen dear "now you are free", I certainly understand that you are a pro and all that .. but to write that "one and a half meters of life" is the distance from the wheel to the driver's seat, this is a natural disgrace! One and a half meters of life in the driver's slang means the distance from the bumper of the Urals to the driver, and implies that you will be protected by the engine in a head-on collision, but KamAZ does not have this, and the carrier flies straight into the oncoming lane!
        1. Now we are free
          Now we are free 2 March 2016 08: 10 New
          +2
          Greetings Igor hi (well, not Igor 357 call you)
          1).
          Quote: igorka357
          Listen dear "now you're free"

          Dear - Car dear S.Ya. Marshak in the poem, but I have a name like you.
          2).
          Quote: igorka357
          I certainly understand that you are a pro and all that ..
          I personally did not voice that I am a pro "and so on" ...
          3).
          Quote: igorka357
          to write that "one and a half meters of life" is the distance from the wheel to the driver's seat, this is a natural disgrace!

          What is the shame? That you have heard this term only in its "Civilian" performance? My condolences or congratulations (I don’t know) for the fact that you are not familiar with this term from military / BB drivers. This term (in the military version) dates back to the Afghan war, so note for you. Regarding his "Civic reading" - where does my comment say that "One and a half meters of life" can only refer to protection from mines?
          4). And yes, take the trouble to measure the distance from the front left wheel touching the ground to the driver’s seat of the Urals and the distance as you said -
          Quote: igorka357
          from the bumper of the Urals to the driver
          (Very surprised by the result laughing)
          5).
          Quote: igorka357
          You certainly cleverly clever
          - I didn’t even think "Starry" does not suffer.
          6).
          Quote: igorka357
          but somehow the sediment remained!
          - Well, stop it, we're not in the old joke about the Jews ... drinks
      4. smershxnumx
        smershxnumx 1 March 2016 20: 18 New
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        I am for "Ural", no matter what they say! Kamaz is good, but I am only for Ural. Who knows, he will understand.
        "Minushers" I suggest to drive a "Kamaz" (dviglo almost behind the cabin !!!) along the road with mines, land mines, ambushes.
        Or when in front of one and a half meters of cast iron ("Ural") - as they say in Odessa: "These are two big differences" ...
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    3. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 1 March 2016 13: 17 New
      +7
      Quote: chikenous59

      Then what are these tests for?

      Do you think you need to cancel the test? from damn how many eccentrics in Russia are experiencing tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, ships, why yes fool
      1. chikenous59
        chikenous59 1 March 2016 13: 19 New
        +7
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Quote: chikenous59

        Then what are these tests for?

        Do you think you need to cancel the test? from damn how many eccentrics in Russia are experiencing tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, ships, why yes fool

        What fool do you turn on?
        No, not to cancel, but to carry out tests so that it is clear what will happen to the personnel after such explosions.
        Or is it again that the media wrote so that they misled us.
        1. Tibidokh
          Tibidokh 1 March 2016 13: 27 New
          +4
          Quote: chikenous59
          carry out tests so that it is clear what will happen to the personnel after such bombings.


          I think such a mannequin would fit.
          http://www.mobus.com/modules/news/images/articles/1228129983136649.jpg
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 1 March 2016 14: 14 New
            0
            Correspondent.net:

            Russian military undermines pigs as part of tests of armored vehicles Wolf and Bear

            http://korrespondent.net/world/russia/1431240-rossijskie-voennye-podryvayut-svin
            ej-v-ramkah-ispytanij-bronemashin-volk-i-medved-istochnik
        2. Volodin
          Volodin 1 March 2016 13: 39 New
          -1
          Quote: chikenous59
          No, not to cancel, but to carry out tests so that it is clear what will happen to the personnel after such explosions.

          And the truth is - why waste time on trifles - immediately fill the Ural-VV with a couple of three squads of conscripts and put them on anti-tank mines so that our individual reader is completely satisfied with the tests ...

          Then what are these tests for?


          More than a strange comment ... As if a single test was carried out, and that was the end of it, and the Ural-VV was supplied to the troops. That is why a whole series of tests is being worked out in order to draw a conclusion on their basis about the strengths and weaknesses of the equipment, and then it will come to the issues of personnel safety - some common truths have to be written now.
          1. Lopatov
            Lopatov 1 March 2016 14: 16 New
            +2
            Deripaska's subordinates stated that they had purchased special mannequins for demolition tests.

            So conscripts are not required to be put in a car.
          2. igorka357
            igorka357 1 March 2016 16: 20 New
            0
            Why such show-offs from you in the form of draftees, there are special mannequins!
        3. Lopatov
          Lopatov 1 March 2016 13: 57 New
          +1
          Just decided to not show pigs this time. To avoid another scandal.

          Plus special mannequins with reg. equipment that was purchased after the scandal with pigs.
        4. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 1 March 2016 15: 01 New
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          Quote: chikenous59
          No, not to cancel, but to carry out tests so that it is clear what will happen to the personnel after such explosions.

          Great idea, I suggest you drop it into the car cab and blow it up. Then you will tell us all how it was there.
          1. chikenous59
            chikenous59 1 March 2016 15: 37 New
            +2
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Quote: chikenous59
            No, not to cancel, but to carry out tests so that it is clear what will happen to the personnel after such explosions.

            Great idea, I suggest you drop it into the car cab and blow it up. Then you will tell us all how it was there.

            I did not say that soldiers should be sitting there, it would be sufficient to have special mannequins with equipment to analyze the nature and severity of the injuries, if of course they were received.
            1. da Vinci
              da Vinci 1 March 2016 16: 22 New
              +1
              There should sit with Merdyukov, at the wheel - Chubais. And for them to pay a salary! laughing
    4. Alex_Rarog
      Alex_Rarog 1 March 2016 13: 19 New
      +2
      Yes, I think so inside the people would be shell-shocked, but I think no more ...
      1. chikenous59
        chikenous59 1 March 2016 13: 20 New
        +5
        Quote: Alex_Rarog
        Yes, I think so inside the people would be shell-shocked, but I think no more ...

        So you think, I'm guessing, me too.
        And there is no answer after such tests.
        1. akribos
          akribos 1 March 2016 13: 47 New
          -1
          If you are guessing, sit yourself. Look, tell, discuss. Sincerely.
          1. chikenous59
            chikenous59 1 March 2016 15: 39 New
            +2
            Quote: akribos
            If you are guessing, sit yourself. Look, tell, discuss. Sincerely.

            Respectfully, they do not wish this.
    5. vkl-47
      vkl-47 1 March 2016 13: 26 New
      +2
      it would be interesting to look at the manikins inside the car after the explosion. and then some kind of incomplete video
    6. avt
      avt 1 March 2016 13: 31 New
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      Quote: chikenous59
      Then what are these tests for? Show that the car remained intact, but the personnel xs?

      laughing Do you really need to put test subjects there? Who will we plant? Conscripts or ZK? wassat There are quite a lot of methods and instruments for defining protection and why, even for cattle, how do you put something there when testing nuclear weapons?

      The fact that the personnel could protect the armor of the car from such an explosive effect, if people were inside the new Urals, has not yet been reported
      does not mean that they were not carried out.
      1. chikenous59
        chikenous59 1 March 2016 15: 40 New
        +1
        Quote: avt
        does not mean that they were not carried out.

        Quote: Chikenous59
        Or is it again that the media wrote so that they misled us.
    7. RUSIVAN
      RUSIVAN 1 March 2016 15: 35 New
      0
      In order to show the state of the car after the explosion at the first stage, but these are not the last tests, naturally there will be tests on the survivability of personnel
    8. Scoun
      Scoun 1 March 2016 16: 12 New
      +1
      Quote: chikenous59
      The fact that the staff could have protected the armor from such an explosive impact, if people were inside the new Ural, has not yet been reported.

      Then what are these tests for? Show that the car remained intact, but the personnel xs?

      I dare to assume that if the armor has withstood, then the next step will be to create the same seats that can soften the effects of the shock wave as well as materials that reduce sound impact. something like this hi
  2. Chyudilkin
    Chyudilkin 1 March 2016 13: 17 New
    +2
    This is only a test so far, if the mannequins were inside and they had a full PC, then they should make it so that everything is fine. To do this, and explode!
  3. Isangrim
    Isangrim 1 March 2016 13: 24 New
    -3
    but I don’t like it, what's the point in such a car if after the explosion she goes and everything inside is stuffed ??? it’s better to shred the car than drugs.
    1. chikenous59
      chikenous59 1 March 2016 13: 26 New
      -3
      Quote: Isangrim
      but I don’t like it, what's the point in such a car if after the explosion she goes and everything inside is stuffed ??? it’s better to shred the car than drugs.

      Yes, it’s too early to raise a panic, the tests will continue, incl. and to study crew protection.
      I did not like the fact that not comprehensive tests were carried out.
  4. arnulla
    arnulla 1 March 2016 13: 30 New
    +2
    The fact that the wheels fly off we saw. What happens inside the cab and the body, no. Is there deformation, damage, it is not clear. And what happens if it explodes under the bottom? Questions to which this video does not answer.
  5. Tjeck
    Tjeck 1 March 2016 13: 32 New
    +2
    What did I understand from the outside, and what was going on in the cabin? After all, this is the main thing ..
    1. akeloya
      akeloya 1 March 2016 13: 36 New
      +1
      Shock wave, strength depends on the filling of the armor.
      All other damaging factors were reflected by the outer skin.
  6. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 1 March 2016 13: 33 New
    +3
    Interestingly, this "Ural" was fueled? Withstood 2 kg of TNT, people should not suffer. Good. But 6 kg is already scary. Moreover, in this case, the explosion was under the middle wheel. And what would happen if the front was blown up?
  7. zlyk19
    zlyk19 1 March 2016 13: 39 New
    12
    This is what Star says about these experiences. There were sensors in the building that monitored the condition and said that everything was within normal limits.
  8. wasjasibirjac
    wasjasibirjac 1 March 2016 13: 40 New
    +2
    the shelling is incomplete, because the requirement for shelling indicates the production of 3 shots in a triangle with a side of 10 cm. There is not a single picture of what is inside, is there a penetration of the armored hull. Or are these preliminary tests, purely for the internal use of "uralo builders"?
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 1 March 2016 15: 27 New
      +1
      yes - this is a factory test, approbation of the design plan
  9. Mercenary
    Mercenary 1 March 2016 13: 53 New
    0
    When we tested the Oka remote launch, a ram (maybe a sheep) was put into the complex's cockpit and after launch it received a full amnesty. I understand, with mutton in the middle lane, we could stressfully a cage with mice .... And some modest single shelling from AKM ???
  10. Tatar 174
    Tatar 174 1 March 2016 13: 53 New
    +2
    Probably the DVRs have already reached the testers, maybe there was shooting in the body and in the cab and other measuring equipment was located, we don’t know this, but the car didn’t fall apart after 6 kg and even the doors and windows remained intact, the car itself didn’t catch fire , it also says a lot. In short, plus to developers and manufacturers!
  11. Former battalion commander
    Former battalion commander 1 March 2016 16: 40 New
    0
    6 kg is nothing. Usually, when mining a road, landmines are used, and this is a pair of three 152 mm shells (about 15-20 kg TNT). And such as in the article "tests" are only for the authorities to report, but they have nothing to do with the real situation during hostilities.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 1 March 2016 17: 56 New
      0
      They are not shoved into the roadbed. On the sidelines. So ... The tests are quite normal.

      In local conflicts, it is most likely to catch an anti-tank mine of push action under the wheel on the side of the road, in some kind of puddle, in a covered pit or crater on the road.
    2. kot11180
      kot11180 1 March 2016 21: 31 New
      0
      20 kg TNT no car can not stand, I think the tank can not stand. And 6 kg is the standard and in my opinion the same in the West.