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UVZ presented in India a remote-controlled tank complex

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Uralvagonzavod Corporation presented at the Defexpo India 2016 military exhibitiontank a complex for remote detonation of high-explosive fragmentation shells ", designed to destroy various targets, including air transmits RIA News message to the press service of the UVZ.


UVZ presented in India a remote-controlled tank complex


“For the first time, a unique tank remote explosive fragmentation complex with a 125-mm ZVOF128 tank shot with a fragmentation projectile with a remote undermining on the ZOF82 trajectory, superior to the world's best models, is demonstrated at a foreign exhibition, surpassing the world's best samples,” the release says.

It is noted that the complex "can be installed in tanks of type T-72, T-80 and T-90, repeatedly increasing their combat effectiveness in all types of combat operations."

“The complex consists of a projectile programming control equipment for the projectile and an 125-mm ZVOF128 tank shot with a ZOX82 fragmentation projectile with remote blasting on the trajectory. The projectile is designed to destroy various types of armed formations, a wide range of unarmored and lightly armored targets, including small surface targets, as well as low-speed aerial targets such as unmanned aerial vehicles and helicopters ",
told in the corporation.

The novelty "was appreciated by representatives of the Indian Ministry of Defense and the Egyptian Ministry of Defense, as well as other exhibitors and guests of the exhibition who visited the booth of the Russian corporation," the report says.



"They also got acquainted with models of heavy flamethrower system TOS-1A modernized T-90MS modernized T-72, BMPT and engineering machine IMR-ZM, Armored Recovery Vehicle BREM-1M and other products research and production corporation "Uralvagonzavod", "- said the press service.
Photos used:
http://www.uvz.ru
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  1. avvg
    avvg 29 March 2016 16: 27
    +3
    Indeed, not in words but in deeds, Our Tagil rules!
    1. Michael67
      Michael67 29 March 2016 16: 30
      +3
      Cool. In ship anti-aircraft artillery, these have long been used.
      A very useful system. You can make a curtain of fragments at a certain distance. You can undermine the head of the shaitan or behind the wall.
      1. 2s1122
        2s1122 29 March 2016 17: 09
        +2
        We are a battalion commander about such shells back in 83g. told, though they were used in artillery.
  2. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 29 March 2016 16: 28
    +3
    We can also create new systems!
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  4. Vadim237
    Vadim237 29 March 2016 16: 32
    +3
    In my opinion, these shells were produced in the USSR.
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 29 March 2016 16: 42
      +3
      Quote: Vadim237
      In my opinion, these shells were produced in the USSR.

      For tanks, such shells were not produced in the USSR request
      1. x.andvlad
        x.andvlad 29 March 2016 16: 52
        +5
        High-explosive (fragmentation-high-explosive) shells with the possibility of detonation on the trajectory using a remote tube or a radio fuse have been around for a long time. But they were used in artillery. Installations for detonation were set manually. For tank guns, such shells were not. But the main feature here is still in the blasting programming equipment. This implies the speed and accuracy of changing the fuse settings to detonate the projectile, and therefore the high efficiency of hitting the target.
        1. Lieutenant Izhe
          Lieutenant Izhe 29 March 2016 17: 05
          +2
          and for air targets, in addition to ammunition, we also need a universal two-channel (optical, radar) tank complex "detection-aiming"
          (preferably anti-jamming)
          So, the "remote detonation" tank gun ammunition is just "flowers" ... request
      2. Lopatov
        Lopatov 29 March 2016 19: 08
        +2
        That's right. They managed with the usual HE shell. Just a special fuse was developed, the 3VM-12. Part of the "Ainet" complex.
    2. Alexandr-NVR
      Alexandr-NVR 29 March 2016 16: 50
      +2
      It is not a matter of shells, but of fuses to them.
      Yes, in the USSR, there were remote fuses for artillery shells (D1-U and V-90) and radio fuses. For tank shells, these fuses are not applicable.
    3. drilled
      drilled 29 March 2016 16: 56
      +3
      Quote: Vadim237
      In my opinion, these shells were produced in the USSR.

      The remote fuse has long been known. You take the projectile, the key, and set the range or height (if the anti-aircraft gun). Here the question is different, as I understand it, in some kind of computer stray, which automatically detects the range of detonation, during the shooting, or something.
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 29 March 2016 17: 15
        +3
        Quote: Burieway
        The remote fuse has long been known. You take the projectile, the key, and set the range or height (if the anti-aircraft gun). Here the question is different, as I understand it, in some kind of computer stray, which automatically detects the range of detonation, during the shooting, or something.

        It's written:
        The complex consists of tank equipment for projectile programming control and a 125-mm tank shot ZVOF128 with a fragmentation-type projectile ZOF82 with remote detonation on the trajectory. The projectile is designed to engage various types of armed formations, a wide range of unarmored and lightly armored targets, including small-sized surface targets, as well as low-speed aerial targets such as unmanned aerial vehicles and helicopters.

        As I understand it, the UVZ installed in the tank something like an automatic tube installer (АУТ), interfaced with the SUAO. In short, they made a traveling analogue of the ship’s universal installation of the WWII universal caliber from the tank. Is that UVN let us down. smile
    4. Cat man null
      Cat man null 29 March 2016 17: 19
      +2
      So..

      Quote: x.andvlad
      Installations for detonation were set manually. For tank guns, such shells were not. But the main thing here is all the same in the blasting programming equipment

      This implies that the projectile is "programmed" once it has been sent to the cannon. Because "programming" a projectile in the MZ / AZ is meaningless, and automatic loading, literally in a couple of seconds. And put your hands there .. it is highly not recommended, you will not twist the caps already.

      Quote: Burieway
      Here the question is different, as I understand it, in some kind of computer stray, which automatically detects the range of detonation, during the shooting, or something

      Maybe, of course, and automatically .. but, IMHO, most likely the gunner is engaged in this.
      1. Whatabout
        Whatabout 29 March 2016 18: 00
        +2
        I myself develop such electronics, the principle of operation is quite simple) You can provide wireless transmission of energy and data with feedback. The time can be programmed while the projectile is "idle" in the barrel. programming takes less than 1ms. Theoretically, you can put a sensor for the passage of the projectile in the barrel and add. the transmitter at the end of the barrel and adjust the firing time based on the launch speed data.

        PS. Only no one offers to put electronics in tank shells ((Sadness, longing.
        1. Winnie76
          Winnie76 29 March 2016 21: 43
          0
          Is there any need to program something there? It is enough to signal to undermine at the right time. By radio or laser. The departure time of the OMS knows the distance to the target, too. It remains to calculate the time of arrival and give a signal
          1. Whatabout
            Whatabout 30 March 2016 11: 08
            0
            Quote: Winnie76
            Is there any need to program something there? It is enough to signal to undermine at the right time. By radio or laser. The departure time of the OMS knows the distance to the target, too. It remains to calculate the time of arrival and give a signal

            It is necessary. Just imagine that it is snowing / rain / dust / enemy electronic warfare systems and that’s all - you will not undermine anything. The contact fuse, of course, will work, but we just didn’t need that at all. Not to mention the fact that a radio / laser receiver for each projectile put it in the tens, or even hundreds of times more expensive than a simple programmable option.
          2. Cat man null
            Cat man null 30 March 2016 11: 18
            0
            Quote: Winnie76
            Is there any need to program something there? It is enough to signal to undermine at the right time. By radio or laser

            So..

            - a tank company shoots. The signal is transmitted by radio. Question: how does "my" shell know that it is "my" signal to detonate, and not from a neighboring tank?
            - send a signal to the projectile .. with a laser .. we begin to fantasize "on the topic":

            - there is a receiver in the bottom of the projectile (optics, at least)
            - this receiver must withstand the shot and not break
            - you must get into this receiver (attention!) with a laser beam from the tank (!) at the right time (!!!)
            - despite the fact that this is a shell nevertheless, not an ATGM, and accompanying it in flight .. is somewhat more difficult wink

            About rain-dust-EW here already said.

            IMHO easier to put a programmable fuse .. that, as is clear from the article, is done.

            Somehow yes
          3. Ze Kot
            Ze Kot 30 March 2016 19: 33
            0
            Quote: Winnie76
            It remains to calculate the time of arrival and give a signal



            The range to the target is determined and the time of detonation before the projectile leaves the barrel is set.
  5. dr.star75
    dr.star75 29 March 2016 16: 35
    0
    That's when the contracts are signed, then we will rejoice, but for now "the chicken is in the nest, and the testicle is still in the nest ....".
    1. Dewa1s
      Dewa1s 30 March 2016 06: 18
      0
      When the contracts are signed, Yaroslavna will start crying about "Advanced developments are leaking abroad! And to us ?!"
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  7. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 29 March 2016 16: 38
    0
    The novelty "was appreciated by representatives of the Ministry of Defense of India and the Ministry of Defense of Egypt, as well as other participants and guests of the exhibitionwho visited the stand of the Russian corporation ",

    Interestingly, and among the "other participants and guests of the exhibition" the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and Turkey had a place to be? At least, then to shout about the new Russian terrible weapon, otherwise they risk not seeing it. Such a thing flies past, does not touch anyone and, suddenly, bang, and the client did not see.
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  9. iliitchitch
    iliitchitch 29 March 2016 16: 42
    +7
    Cool, of course, only sad. The 21st century, and as humanity was a hysterical monkey with a club sitting on a tree and shaking with fear for its precious skin, remained savages. And what a woodpecker to this monkey attached a opposing finger. They would sit on trees and not take a steam bath.
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  11. Thronekeeper
    Thronekeeper 29 March 2016 17: 17
    0
    I hope they made the projectile lighter, not only due to the new fuse, but also due to the thickness of the walls (you can also cut it off on the machine from the inside, if "on the basis" we are not talking about a completely new case, made on the line for the ZOF-82. It is difficult to judge by the layout. Steel in the tail section and empennage should be replaced with duralumin and titanium, duralumin - with composites. So that 1000-1000 + n / s was. And I would, on the basis of a 115mm projectile on the belts of the dropped "semi-subcaliber" output 14kg with n / s up to 1300m / s. For the updates of the T-62, they made a special projectile of non-contact detonation against vertices and ATGM calculations based on 100mm OFS, 1350m / s and "Arkan-2" 102mm for 62x on pallets is displayed. Moreover, since the secret is already open, that a semi-sub-caliber IKGSN is installed on 100mm, and a gas generator under the fost in order to minimize the loss of speed, + warhead central UYa on a solid-state PE and a radial beam of small SPEs along the Apachekin soul, and even tank-hazardous BMPs and even MBTs are not sweet, and the range - even from 10 km by "curtain" or passive radar With the "Apache" wilderness - the Curtain is the same up to a degree on the target, the anti-radar also has a range, in addition to bearing. And then, 800-900m / s somehow seems frivolous. Right now I will find for the T-62M1 / T-62M2-M2M (the latter is a generally new MBT with a new long-barreled cannon instead of L52 - L59,2 with a Ti liner and increased crusher pressure - good annealing of "Motovilikha" 2A20MU (They refused 120ki, there are a lot of 115mm shells , The OF must be used for its intended purpose together with the new one, the gods can be easily updated even in tricumulatives, do not write off their BM-21M with 540mm b / p, and even more BM-36M - 740 - what is the use of the unitar not developed from scratch, English up to 600 - what is the use of the unitar) this shell.
    I think tun we are shown a terrorist Cutaway Models, without an optional seeker and with an old corps. The fact is that a contactless detonator is placed on any 125-122-115-100mm projectile, if the tank had been properly equipped.
  12. Professor
    Professor 29 March 2016 17: 28
    -6
    “For the first time at a foreign exhibition unique a tank complex for remote detonation of high-explosive shells with a model of a 125-mm tank shot ZVOF128 with a fragmentation-type projectile with remote detonation on the trajectory of ZOF82, superior in performance to the world's best specimenss, ”the release said.

    Well, yes, having no taxes in the world. You will not praise yourself, no one will praise. laughing
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 29 March 2016 17: 57
      +1
      Well, Israel probably doesn’t have such shells.
      1. Professor
        Professor 29 March 2016 18: 43
        -5
        Quote: Vadim237
        Well, Israel probably doesn’t have such shells.

        Of course have. And not only with Israel, but also with the main bourgeois. request
        http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2007gun_missile/GMThurAM2/SchirdingPresentation.pdf

        Israeli two-in-one tank projectile
    2. Lopatov
      Lopatov 29 March 2016 19: 27
      0
      Quote: Professor
      Well, yes, having no taxes in the world.

      The way it is. So no one did through the backside.

      There was "Ainet" - a special 3VM-12 fuse for a conventional HE shell. The problem was that the system was not integrated into the ACS. The data was entered before loading.

      Judging by the split layout, an additional antenna was needed to enter data into the fuse. Which did not fit into the fuse.

      We made a shell. But to optimize it for the fragmentation action - "did not guess". But how many songs and dances there were around the "beam" shells of similar action ...
    3. yushch
      yushch 29 March 2016 21: 02
      +3
      Quote: Professor
      “For the first time at a foreign exhibition unique a tank complex for remote detonation of high-explosive shells with a model of a 125-mm tank shot ZVOF128 with a fragmentation-type projectile with remote detonation on the trajectory of ZOF82, superior in performance to the world's best specimenss, ”the release said.

      Well, yes, having no taxes in the world. You will not praise yourself, no one will praise. laughing


      The parking guard is also a specialist in shells with remote detonation? From there, probably such great knowledge in having no analogues in the world of Israeli and American samples?
      1. Saburov
        Saburov 30 March 2016 00: 51
        +1
        Quote: yushch
        The parking guard is also a specialist in shells with remote detonation? From there, probably such great knowledge in having no analogues in the world of Israeli and American samples?


        And the Professor boasted to me that he was a former engineer of the Black Sea Fleet ... yes ... as they say the truth you won’t strangle, you won’t kill.
  13. puffnutiy
    puffnutiy 29 March 2016 17: 33
    0
    Here's how states solve the problem of fighting infantry:
    1. maxxdesign
      maxxdesign 29 March 2016 17: 41
      0
      shrapnel chtoli?
      1. brr1
        brr1 29 March 2016 20: 26
        0
        The card is called
        1. Thronekeeper
          Thronekeeper 30 March 2016 02: 10
          -2
          Shotgun. But they have a semi-caliber cumulative-fragmentation 90mm projectile against verts and anti-tank systems, 1400m / s somewhere.
          Which we only blinded three years ago, but only for a 115mm high-speed unitar 100mm, plus - TUYA, a beam of impact nuclei, in comparison with the American one. - IKGSN is "optional" - count, not yet, just contactless podry and that's it. And there is no for the main caliber of our tanks - 125mm separate-case.
          So far this (what is being advertised) is ersatz. 800-900 m / s ATGM and uncontrolled contact OFS covered from the second third shot, but ... It is in the case of ATGM time is expensive. The initial high speed is also great flatness, where this device on the average, say 750 m / s along the ballistic curve (in a straight line to the anti-tank system, say 4 km) will have to fly all 4,5 (path length). A projectile with n / s 1300-1400 m / s with an average of 1200 m / s due to flatness will fly along a curve of 4,150 m. Facilitation of the duralumin body + GGE + microcumulative recesses opposite the GGE along the charge length, a funnel for the solid core of the central battle and a perforated beam along the perimeter, + ceramic fosts - up to 1050 m / s n / s can give, and generally 5 times-6 km higher efficiency. But with the same midship, the projectile will lose speed faster and arrive at 7-8 km later than the old blank on an advertisement with a contactless fuse. Therefore, the Americans didn’t do such a semi-sub-caliber b / p for this purpose.
    2. Former battalion commander
      Former battalion commander 30 March 2016 00: 12
      0
      The artillery has shells for fighting infantry. There they are filled with swept elements flattened at the end and slightly curved. There are 3-4 thousand of such arrows. After the shell bursts, a continuous defeat is GUARANTEED in a strip 100 meters wide. The projectile can explode at ANY given distance from the gun. And in the video shown, shrapnel flies out of the barrel IMMEDIATELY, which is very bad, because you can shoot ONLY at close targets. In general, the video shows a very weak ammunition, the use of which is generally impractical. If the enemy infantry approached such a distance as in the target’s roller, then the tank would have long been destroyed by a simple grenade launcher.
  14. maxxdesign
    maxxdesign 29 March 2016 17: 39
    0
    the director of UVZ needs to erect a monument during his lifetime! for the fact that he saved the enterprise by all means during the time of the wino Bori Yeltsin!
  15. DMB3000
    DMB3000 29 March 2016 19: 36
    +2
    The National Interest: Russian "super submarine" is ready for war

    Project 329 Yasen nuclear submarine K-885 Severodvinsk is ready to begin its first exercises, the American magazine The National Interest reports with caution. The submarine has been in the fleet since June 2014, and for the last year and a half, Severodvinsk has been undergoing factory tests.
  16. DMB3000
    DMB3000 29 March 2016 19: 41
    +1
    Quote: DMB3000
    The National Interest: Russian "super submarine" is ready


    Project 329 Yasen nuclear submarine K-885 Severodvinsk is ready to begin its first exercises, the American magazine The National Interest reports with caution. The submarine has been in the fleet since June 2014, and for the last year and a half, Severodvinsk has been undergoing factory tests.

    Which bunny set a minus?
  17. Wolka
    Wolka 30 March 2016 05: 22
    0
    the developments are really breakthrough, but cooperation with the sepoys personally does not inspire confidence in me, as Stanislavsky said "I do not believe, I do not believe" ... they have too much English aspirations in their heads
  18. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 30 March 2016 11: 01
    0
    Quote: Professor
    Well, yes, having no taxes in the world. You will not praise yourself, no one will praise.

    Well, that "prohessor", self-satisfied, that's good, otherwise the hands also need rest lol