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Scientists of the Russian Academy of Sciences for the first time tested the space gun-railgun

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In the Shatura branch of the Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, tests of the railgun, “an electromagnetic accelerator capable of accelerating matter to the first cosmic velocity and outputting useful loads into orbit,” are transmitted RIA News message of the publication "Scientific Russia".


“Getting high speeds is difficult. Our task is to obtain systems with high pressures and explore the Universe with their help. The second task is to protect against high-speed space bodies that pose a threat to us, including space debris, comets and so on. The next task is to put satellites into Earth orbit, ”said Vladimir Fortov, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

“Railguns are special devices that can accelerate objects to ultra-high speeds due to the strength of electricity and magnetic fields. As a rule, it is a set of several parallel conductors, the so-called rails, through which an ultrahigh-power current is passed. If these rails are touched by a conductor, then the Lorentz force will push and accelerate it to ultrahigh speeds that are inaccessible to powder arms“- he explained.

The scientist noted that “achieving such speeds requires such high currents and energies that all components of the railgun quickly wear out and fail, so the main task now is to find materials that could withstand such loads and ways to protect them from wear.”

It is reported that "during the demo launch of the accelerator, the speed was reached in 3,2 kilometers per second." This result Forts called "a good indicator."

According to the scientist, "the railgun, temporarily out of service after the first" shot ", will be repaired this evening (July 12)."

“The development and further study of how such electromagnetic accelerators work will help not only to bring cargo into space and destroy dangerous objects when they approach the Earth, but also to reveal the deeper secrets of the Universe — how plasma behaves in space, how it originates and the stars are dying, ”he said.

In addition, “studying how plasma behaves inside railguns will help physicists tame thermonuclear energy, with which scientists today have great difficulties in the framework of ITER and NIF projects,” Forts added.

According to representatives of the Russian Academy of Sciences, railguns "are today considered the basis for the creation of new weapon systems and means of putting cargo into orbit." For example, “The US Navy is seriously working on the development of cannons based on the railgun from the middle of 2000, when the first prototypes of such systems were demonstrated that will be installed on destroyers of the new generation.”

Russian scientists are also engaged in the development of railguns, both military and space.
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  1. avvg
    avvg 13 July 2016 08: 59
    +27
    What pleases us is that despite the lack of sufficient funding and reform of the RAS, Russian science is still alive.
    1. guzik007
      guzik007 13 July 2016 09: 12
      +14
      What makes us happy
      -------------------
      Judging by the minus, someone is not happy: =). Fixed: =))
      1. oldseaman1957
        oldseaman1957 13 July 2016 09: 21
        +1
        ... tests of the railgun - "an electromagnetic accelerator capable of accelerating matter to the first cosmic velocity and putting payloads into orbit" were carried out,
        - This is a CANNON! And then the Yankes advertise any garbage, and the use of their "products" is below any criticism. Ours have found a cool perspective for a railgun: space. And the opponents are small-grained ... - they did not come up with anything better how to throw a blank with an electromagnetic accelerator, xpen knows where.
        1. Delink
          Delink 13 July 2016 09: 50
          +4
          In the early 2000s there was an article on the Internet about a plasma gun developed by engineers in Omsk. Then this page of the site was quickly deleted. So there was a photo of this very gun and a metal rupture from a millimeter plasma ball.
          1. owl
            owl 13 July 2016 13: 09
            +4
            Yesterday I hear from the audience arrogant words about the test of super weapons laughing what was my surprise when instead of "duper weapon" I saw old friend fellow and even the same paint was preserved (they could have painted earlier laughing ) Once again I made sure that practically all "Russian science" is Soviet science, dusty with an even layer wink which has been experienced "for the first time" for 25 years now!
            1. potroshenko
              potroshenko 13 July 2016 17: 33
              +1
              It is the American railgun that cut the dough, but ours, still Soviet, is advanced technology. fellow
            2. Ze Kot
              Ze Kot 13 July 2016 22: 00
              0
              Quote: gufo
              that practically all "Russian science" is an even layer of dusty Soviet science wink which has been "tested for the first time" every year for 25 years!



              And so it is. The base is precisely from the time of the Union.
        2. Dimy4
          Dimy4 13 July 2016 09: 52
          +2
          From the cannon to the moon! good
        3. Kite
          Kite 13 July 2016 11: 43
          +2
          To lift loads into orbit? Interesting! And what will happen to the load with such accelerations? The task of maintaining the integrity of the cargo may be more difficult than the creation of wear-resistant materials for the railgun.
          When fired from a gun (with a powder charge), the projectile receives an acceleration of 30000 g, while it has a speed of about 1000 m / s (about 3M). It would be interesting to look, for example, at a loaf of bread delivered to the astronauts in this way.
          1. dauria
            dauria 13 July 2016 12: 17
            +2
            When fired from a gun (with a powder charge), the shell gets an acceleration of 30000g,


            And at the same time there are guided projectiles with electronics, mechanics (flight correction), fired from the same cannons. Why exactly a "loaf of bread"? And the acceleration can be reduced by the length of the acceleration section.
            Another problem is the air in front of the projectile and a huge vacuum behind it during acceleration. Well, duck for that and science ... wink Let them think.
            1. Kite
              Kite 13 July 2016 12: 42
              +1
              Quote: dauria
              Why exactly a "loaf of bread"?

              - not to flatten the astronauts themselves! They will be delivered by other means of transport, but they may want to eat there. wink
              Yes, there are guided missiles, only here we are talking about accelerations many times larger, even with an acceleration section of a hundred meters.
              And in orbit, perhaps, the task of this thing is, to shoot at enemy plates at shells of 10-20 grams.
              The purpose of this article is to show that such a technique can be made not only in the states, but the practical application on the surface and in the atmosphere is obviously not provided, because ......
            2. berezin1987
              berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 22
              0
              The electronics of the guided shells are made of particularly resistant components, the assembly has a reinforced structure and is filled with epoxy.
      2. almost demobil
        almost demobil 13 July 2016 11: 36
        +2
        Quote: guzik007
        What makes us happy
        -------------------
        Judging by the minus, someone is not happy: =). Fixed: =))

        No, that's not the point. They just don't like meaningless comments. And science, yes, is alive.
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 13 July 2016 10: 38
      +3
      At the Shatursky branch of the Joint Institute for Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, a railotron, an “electromagnetic accelerator, capable of accelerating matter to the first cosmic velocity and putting payloads into orbit»
      I want to see it, especially how these "loads" will be "caught" ...
      1. almost demobil
        almost demobil 13 July 2016 11: 38
        +1
        But what will become of the stuffing of such a satellite projectile from such wild acceleration? Will everything mix into porridge?
        1. Forest
          Forest 13 July 2016 12: 38
          +2
          Will burn earlier from the passage of currents.
        2. Mikhail3
          Mikhail3 13 July 2016 13: 16
          +2
          Come on you! What other satellites are you talking about? Immediately, on the website, a topic periodically emerges - Americans shove billion after a billion, but they cannot create a railgun. And they cannot, of course. But the time has come for billions to report.
          In general, if we study the sponsors of our scientists, the ears of DARPA will be found in a couple of steps at most. Which in itself can only steal, but needs results and PR.
          Probably two or three green ones have invested ... for this money our people will collect a very real railgun, I have no doubt for a minute. Then the results come to the US. How many times has this happened ...
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          2. potroshenko
            potroshenko 13 July 2016 17: 26
            0
            Quote: Mikhail3
            Americans shove billion after a billion, but they cannot create a railgun. And they can’t, of course

            Quote: Mikhail3
            ours will assemble a very real railgun, I have no doubt for a minute

            Yes, just the default is true, because it cannot be otherwise. Are you printing for the sake of pluses, or is such a religion?
            Quote: Mikhail3
            How many times has this happened

            How many?
  2. Abbra
    Abbra 13 July 2016 09: 00
    +2
    I wonder what the Chinese are doing in this direction?
    1. Smoked
      Smoked 13 July 2016 09: 04
      +11
      They are waiting for orders for production at home.
    2. Delink
      Delink 13 July 2016 09: 51
      +2
      wait and try to steal the Old
  3. Flinky
    Flinky 13 July 2016 09: 03
    -3
    Journals ... This is not a railgun - it does not work on Lorentz force, but on the energy of a moving plasma bunch.
    1. vadimtt
      vadimtt 13 July 2016 09: 33
      +3
      Eee, and plasma (electric arc) like the same Lorentz force accelerates hi
    2. Mountain shooter
      Mountain shooter 13 July 2016 09: 49
      +3
      The most railgun ever. With such currents, any conductor turns into a plasma, it is it (like a conductor), and it is accelerated by the Lorentz force, accelerating the projectile.
    3. Averias
      Averias 13 July 2016 10: 57
      +1
      Quote: Flinky
      Journals ... This is not a railgun - it does not work on Lorentz force, but on the energy of a moving plasma bunch.

      Sorry, of course! Excuse me magnanimously, but what results in plasma in this device? And most importantly, what creates an impulse for, quoting you: "... the energy of a moving plasma bunch"?
  4. vkl.47
    vkl.47 13 July 2016 09: 04
    +11
    this railgun is 50 years old. Again, everything depends on a source of energy. Under such a thing you need to do a mini nuclear reactor. And so it’s the same. A new source of energy is needed. And science is standing still in this regard. Although it could bring a powerful leap into all branches. especially in space and military.
    1. vadimtt
      vadimtt 13 July 2016 09: 28
      +1
      Well, there are still relatively compact (by the standards of cruisers) and powerful energy sources - for example, a two-channel solid-fuel MHD generator - google the Khibiny project on deep subsoil sounding. The only problem is to "compress" this energy into a short pulse, it is impossible to do without appropriate capacitors (or other devices of a similar purpose), and this is also a large volume.
      1. Mikhail m
        Mikhail m 13 July 2016 10: 10
        +3
        In our model, the energy from the explosion is obtained, so that a compact thing is obtained.
    2. berezin1987
      berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 25
      0
      For ships, this problem is not very significant. The main issue is very fast rail wear and low rate of fire due to the huge capacitance of the capacitors.
  5. Mihalich17
    Mihalich17 13 July 2016 09: 06
    0
    Today I saw on TV a report about our "railgun" ...
    Not impressed, frankly.
    I got the impression from the report that the guys got together and SHOULD FUN from auxiliary materials! The level of the laboratory and the product itself, to put it mildly, was not impressive.
    ... Moreover, there is something to compare with (video of tests of amerskoy "railgun"!
    In a word, as in that joke about the museum:
    "Clean, but poor ..." :)))
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 13 July 2016 09: 36
      +7
      What, European-style repair is not in the laboratory - so, is not serious? )))))
      Tell Faraday about this: he had chips, sticks, wires and other pieces of iron in his laboratory. He was not a serious scientist, right?
      Have you ever seen at least one laboratory live? Or just on TV pictures?
      1. Mihalich17
        Mihalich17 13 July 2016 10: 36
        0
        And with what fright, you began to "poke" me, comrade ???
        This is firstly!
        Secondly: And where does the European-quality repair?!? If YOU carefully and completely watched the video report, then you should have paid attention to the fact that after the experiment they showed the cut bolts and the quality of these bolts and the design itself was not impressive! Old one!
        Third: Comrade! We are not here as "urapatriots" gathered to shout "WOW" at every new Russian "sneeze of science"!
        Fourth: As for Faraday ... Have you been there yourself? And that’s not even the point! You would still remember Leonardo da Vinci! )))
        "And you can tighten the nut with a rusty wrench, but it's much more pleasant to work with a modern tool! By the way, nobody canceled the aesthetics!"
        Regards, Mikhalych!
        1. Averias
          Averias 13 July 2016 11: 06
          +4
          Quote: Mihalich17
          that after the experiment, the cut bolts showed and the quality of these bolts and the design itself was not impressive! Old one!

          Believe it or not, our "friends" from overseas are doing no better after each experiment. It's a pity I can't post the photos (NAS died at home and with it, everything that was there). What the Americans show in their videos about the railgun is a beautiful installation and nothing more. In fact, after each shot there is a deformation of the mounts of the installation to the bed. And nothing to say about the thermal deformation of the barrel (guides). Both the cable and the contact pads are also subject to wear. And for some reason they are modestly silent about a short but very powerful vibrational moment, which also adversely affects the installation. Ours honestly say: There are more questions than answers.
    2. Krasniy_lis
      Krasniy_lis 13 July 2016 10: 27
      0
      what what, and the Americans are able to PR. Only this does not negate the fact that they still have it as a "fart" against the Papuans (this is about those very wunderwaves on destroyers). Unlike the subject of the article.
  6. friend of animals
    friend of animals 13 July 2016 09: 09
    +12


    It? Records 7 years.
    1. Mihalich17
      Mihalich17 13 July 2016 10: 38
      0
      Yes, unfortunately, it ...
      1. hirurg
        hirurg 13 July 2016 11: 53
        0
        During the launch of the accelerator, a speed of 3,2 kilometers per second was reached. The head of the Russian Academy of Sciences called the indicator "good" and promised that the shot of the railgun could be watched on a video that would be prepared and published by the institute's specialists in the near future. (Russian newspaper).
        And now they spin the old.
    2. Samurai3X
      Samurai3X 13 July 2016 11: 16
      0
      Oh yes, of course it is. Because truly secure enterprises will upload videos and photos of their products (preferably with attached drawing files) to the Internet or show them in detail on TV.
      Because the concept strictly confidential have not yet come up with the appropriate people watching this publicly and behind the scenes no ...
      PS In my alma mater, at the department of electrical engineering, I dabbled with such things back in the 2000's, gathering students with my own strength, and then posing as a graduate work on rail (although this name is incorrect) weapon ... When they can shrink a nuclear reactor to the size of 1 M3 (or to create, well, just sooooo good battery), then it will turn out to be used in battle. So far, such weapons are only in the fantasies of certain people.
      1. Themi30
        Themi30 13 July 2016 12: 11
        0
        Samurai3X
        Yes, you imagine, they take it and spread it out, and in Russia1 they show it, since this thing, old as a mammoth shit, nobody did anything else (at least officially), in any case, the topic touched on the bottom device, and dreams about putting into orbit a mini satellites of this gun, if you place it higher (these are the words from the report), I would also dream of allocating money for this project standing at the device, which is older than the local employees who were giving interviews.
  7. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 13 July 2016 09: 11
    +5
    In my opinion, about weapons must be forgotten for a long time (for a month we have been analyzing this issue at VO and laughed at the Americans), with the release of objects into space, too, is not so simple (with space velocity through dense layers of the atmosphere ???). It’s one thing to shoot a ball, another thing is the same ball with the desired filling, with the same microcircuit (destruction is inevitable, acceleration is beyond 1000g). Studying the accompanying physical processes, developing useful things on their principles, this is, in my opinion, the near future.
    1. Gray brother
      Gray brother 13 July 2016 09: 19
      +4
      Quote: avg-mgn
      , with the withdrawal of objects into space is also not easy (with space velocity through dense layers of the atmosphere ???).

      If you pass a cable through a railgun instead of a blank, you will get a space elevator. laughing
    2. vadimtt
      vadimtt 13 July 2016 09: 30
      0
      The acceleration can be reduced by making the railgun a couple of kilometers long bully
      1. Gray brother
        Gray brother 13 July 2016 09: 50
        +1
        Quote: vadimtt
        The acceleration can be reduced by making the railgun a couple of kilometers long

        28 kilometers per hour over a 440-kilometer stretch (in fact, more because the speed with which the object should move in orbit (!)) - God forbid everyone.
        1. vadimtt
          vadimtt 13 July 2016 10: 34
          0
          I counted for the sake of interest for a manned "start":
          at 9g the length of the railgun to achieve the first space - 365 km;
          with extreme 14g - 227km.
          Technically (without taking into account heating and the need for greater speed for the subsequent overcoming of the atmosphere) it is possible, practically - pointless.
        2. berezin1987
          berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 31
          0
          The formula for calculating the acceleration: a = v ^ 2 / 2l, where
          V is the speed of departure from the trunk,
          L is the length of the acceleration section.
          Acceleration can be reduced only by increasing the acceleration section.
    3. Krasniy_lis
      Krasniy_lis 13 July 2016 10: 30
      +1
      Quote: avg-mgn
      destroy dangerous objects when they approach the Earth

      you can now. This is much more real than many projects of this type. And more real than American "super dangerous guns".
  8. Gray brother
    Gray brother 13 July 2016 09: 13
    +5
    For the first time, og. Such a device has existed since the USSR.
    An article on VO on this topic, from 2011:
    https://topwar.ru/3742-novoe-oruzhie-rossii-relsotron-arcimovicha.html
    capable of accelerating matter to the first cosmic speed and putting payloads into orbit ”

    This is certainly not journalism itself invented? But what about overload during acceleration?
    Straight after Jules Verne - "From the Cannon to the Moon". I propose to use the one who wrote this heresy as the first "payload".
    1. Spitfire
      Spitfire 13 July 2016 09: 26
      +3
      Quote: Gray Brother
      For the first time, og. Such a device has existed since the USSR.
      An article on VO on this topic, from 2011:
      https://topwar.ru/3742-novoe-oruzhie-rossii-relsotron-arcimovicha.html
      capable of accelerating matter to the first cosmic speed and putting payloads into orbit ”

      This is certainly not journalism itself invented? But what about overload during acceleration?
      Straight after Jules Verne - "From the Cannon to the Moon". I propose to use the one who wrote this heresy as the first "payload".


      Why is it wrong? Just a load from useful will turn into useless ;-)
      1. Krasniy_lis
        Krasniy_lis 13 July 2016 10: 32
        +1
        Quote: Spitfire
        It’s just that the cargo will turn from useful to useless

        not necessary. And if it is fuel \ water \ food. Anything not afraid of overloads. That and so it is necessary to carry to the ISS, except for fragile (well, there electronics, for example) is natural.
    2. Bramb
      Bramb 13 July 2016 09: 47
      +1
      Then reached speeds of 6,2 km / s. Now up to 11 km / s. Along the way, there are many problems that need to be addressed. Therefore, they are not chasing speeds, although, separately, they are also chasing.

      Original Quote:
      “Our task is to obtain systems with high pressures and to explore the Universe with their help. The second task is to protect against high-speed space bodies that pose a threat to us, including space debris, comets and more. "
      “The next task is the launch of satellites into orbit of the Earth.”

      There is a work in progress. Slowly but coming.
  9. Verdun
    Verdun 13 July 2016 09: 47
    +2
    “Getting high speeds is difficult. Our task is to obtain systems with high pressures and explore the Universe with their help. The second task is to protect against high-speed space bodies that pose a threat to us, including space debris, comets and so on. The next task is to put satellites into Earth orbit, ”said Vladimir Fortov, President of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
    Judging by how the article is written, all of it consists of phrases taken out of context. The main thing in the statement of Fortov is
    Our task is to obtain systems with high pressures and to study the Universe with their help.
    And everything else - maybe in the distant future, and then not for sure. And I understand the scientists. For them, the main thing is the study of the universe. But we have to talk about some kind of benefit in the foreseeable future - such as military use - because otherwise they will not give money for research.
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 13 July 2016 09: 50
      +1
      I agree.
      The railgun is a weapon of the near future. After its introduction, powder guns can be scrapped. And under it, the military will give money as needed. So much will not be given to the study of the Universe.))
      1. Verdun
        Verdun 13 July 2016 10: 22
        +2
        Quote: Bramb
        I agree.
        Railgun - weapons of the near future

        Alas, you didn’t even understand what I wrote. Research on railguns has been going on for at least fifty years. And all this time there are those who claim that here is a little more, and begin to shoot at real targets. Moreover, even in a specific article, a scientist says that
        that all components of the railgun wear out quickly and fail, so now the main task is to find materials that could withstand such loads, and how to protect them from wear
        . So what
        the railgun, temporarily out of order after the first "shot", will be repaired tonight
        What kind of combat use can we talk about, if after just one shot the installation has to be repaired?
      2. berezin1987
        berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 42
        0
        The railgun at the current level of technology has no prospects. The resource of guides should increase by two orders of magnitude so that it can be used on the battlefield. Lasers have much more prospects in the army, they can already blind the enemy, disable optical-electronic devices, shoot down small drones and even intercept mines in flight.
  10. An64
    An64 13 July 2016 09: 53
    +1
    It seems that shatur scientists decided to sell dead donkey ears for the second time.
    5 years ago they reported that they reached a speed of 6,25 km / s:
    "Shatura miracle
    Recently, in the laboratory of the Shatursky branch of the United Institute of High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, tests were carried out on a unique device - the railgun Artsimovich, which is an electromagnetic gun, shooting so far with very small projectiles - weighing up to three grams. However, the destructive abilities of such a “pea” are striking. Suffice it to say that the steel plate placed in its path simply evaporated, turning into a plasma. It's all about the giant speed given to the projectile by an electromagnetic accelerator used instead of the traditional gunpowder.
    After the tests, the director of the Shatura branch of the Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexey Shurupov, told the journalists who were present:
    - In our laboratory tests, the maximum speed reached 6,25 kilometers per second with a projectile mass of several grams (approximately three grams). This is very close to the first space velocity. "
    http://www.borshec.ru/news-view-956.html
    1. Bramb
      Bramb 13 July 2016 09: 59
      +1
      You would first familiarize yourself with the topic, and not just google a couple of minutes to write such nonsense.
      Now reached speeds of 11 km / s and more.
      At these speeds, there are many problems, first of all, the problem of materials. Even in gunpowder guns, trunks change, because they often fail, and there the speed limit is 2,6 km / s and now it is not even achieved!

      Excuse me, are you not one of those meager ones who just ridiculed the American railgun on this site?
      1. Krasniy_lis
        Krasniy_lis 13 July 2016 10: 35
        +1
        Quote: Bramb
        Excuse me, are you not one of those meager ones who just ridiculed the American railgun on this site?

        American railgun drank dough. There is no real use. Although the Papuans only. Again, then what is the point of presenting it as ACHIEVEMENT?
  11. Wiruz
    Wiruz 13 July 2016 10: 01
    -1
    I see, Russia is directly striving to become a space superpower winked
    They talk about nuclear engines, which will reduce the flight to Mars to one and a half earth months, then about a military railgun for spaceships good
    1. Krasniy_lis
      Krasniy_lis 13 July 2016 10: 36
      +3
      Quote: Wiruz
      Russia is directly striving to become

      why "strives to become"? And so it is. It just confirms this once again.
    2. Vadim237
      Vadim237 13 July 2016 10: 37
      0
      It would be better to improve the light-gas gun, in terms of projectile speed it is similar to the railgun.
      1. gridasov
        gridasov 13 July 2016 10: 46
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        Do not tell! One cannot mix with the other. The fact is that control of magnetic power flows allows, so far of course theoretically, to create physical effects incredible to human perception. For example, it is absolutely justifiable to say that using various coordination of the movement of magnetic force flows, you can create an impulse without discharging the battery. That is, the moment of rotation of the magnetic flux is used and an impulse is taken from the radius of the centrifugal force. The battery is not discharged and the current parameter is not required, as the dominant one. But the potential difference becomes an extremely important parameter.
        Moreover . flight of an object with a strong potential of a rotating moment of a magnetic field will allow changing the direction of flight of an object by changing the direction of the precession axis. Therefore, the future is not quite that far.
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 13 July 2016 20: 23
          0
          Do you want the potential of a light-gas gun? It is the result of a collision of a 7-gram projectile of a light-gas gun flying at a speed of 7000 meters per second with an aluminum stove -
        2. berezin1987
          berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 44
          0
          Klitschko explains it more clearly
        3. Mikhail3
          Mikhail3 14 July 2016 12: 01
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          Quote: gridasov
          For example, it is absolutely justifiable to say that using various coordination of the movement of magnetic force flows, you can create an impulse without discharging the battery

          That is, to unconstrainedly violate the law of conservation of energy? Powerfully, cho ...
          1. gridasov
            gridasov 14 July 2016 12: 11
            0
            Well, I didn’t come up with the laws in order to break them or not honor them. I am talking about the fact that in the modern sense, a storage battery is a "something" with linear polarization of a certain intensity and EMF. Therefore, firstly, the accumulator or as a functional device, this implying can also be radial. Then the polarization is many times higher in the potential strength. But the main thing is to increase the density of magnetic fluxes to an incredible level without fear of breakdown to Earth. Secondly, batteries built on the linear principle are fundamentally not calculated in terms of creating tension in the vector of rotation of the magnetic flux, which means that by closing the circuit in a certain way in the linear vector, you can activate the rotating magnetic field, then this moment of rotation can be removed at the break-in moments of interaction of the fields at the consumer source and again transform it into a linear vector. Moreover, it is logical that this potential can be increased or decreased through the radius of the receiver's magnetic flux.
    3. Gnol
      Gnol 13 July 2016 19: 05
      +3
      And you thought! In vain we are building something!
      1. berezin1987
        berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 50
        0
        3.14ndos will be in shock, they will demand from the congress to build a death star
  12. Riv
    Riv 13 July 2016 10: 06
    -1
    Well, this is not a special achievement. The Americans accelerated the aluminum bullet on the railgun up to 11 km / s. True, it flies after that only a meter. Evaporates from friction against air.
    1. gridasov
      gridasov 13 July 2016 10: 19
      0
      Fruity again !? The bullet is ionized and material is emitted through the plasma. If briefly. Therefore, having correctly distributed the polarization of the bullet relative to the vector interacting with the environment, it can be completely preserved. Or destroyed at any time during the flight.
      1. Riv
        Riv 13 July 2016 12: 48
        +1
        Are you from Ukraine? That's noticeable.
        1. gridasov
          gridasov 13 July 2016 13: 30
          0
          I want to draw your attention to the fact that many of those who debate have completely no ability to extract the identity of processes that are in the series of their algorithmic transformations from an array of similarly and thematically uniform information. That is, talking about weight loss on a gyroscope, people are not able to build a model of understanding that having freed itself from the influence of the dominant gravitational force, you can always, then give the corresponding flight vector of the object and much more. And in general, it is surprising, including to hear from you, that you answer simple scientific questions like other absurd questions about education, place of stay, etc. This allows you to draw conclusions.
        2. berezin1987
          berezin1987 13 July 2016 21: 52
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          They had some kind of insanity, and once they even made rockets. And rolled down to the torsion fields ...
  13. gridasov
    gridasov 13 July 2016 10: 08
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    Everyone repeats one by one, but they don’t want to think. In order to create a longitudinal motion vector of a material object with minimal costs for this impulse, it is necessary to create a rotation moment. If scientists could see that mass loss by a gyroscope explains this, any rotation of an object with a certain radius always causes a longitudinal motion vector with respect to the axis of rotation. The only question is how to strengthen this moment of rotation through the break-in moment, so that one longitudinal vector is reinforced by a multitude of agreed moments of expansion. Then the current induced in the coils will have a secondary value. Moreover, it is necessary to use induction coils of a completely new kind, in which there will be no self-induction effect. In them precisely the maximum angular momentum of a rotating magnetic flux arises. In general, it’s time to know that magnetic fluxes are always the ratio of the complex of all types of motion. These scientists use only one type of motion of magnetic fluxes. They don’t even know about others.
    1. imugn
      imugn 13 July 2016 11: 19
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      I'm sorry, what is your education? I read like some kind of abracadabra
      1. gridasov
        gridasov 13 July 2016 11: 23
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        The question is not correct. But I understand you. Try to reason not in the name of protecting the person of the higher education system, but in the name of comprehending a certain truth that will solve a simple technical problem. Get to the bottom of the story. I'm definitely not from your community.
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  15. Million
    Million 13 July 2016 11: 05
    +3
    Good news! Though not completely ruined science
  16. annodomene
    annodomene 13 July 2016 11: 06
    +4
    Good news! No, but still a step forward. Glad for domestic science.
  17. Elephant
    Elephant 13 July 2016 11: 15
    +2
    Still it is necessary not to go in cycles on one railgun, and in parallel to be engaged in the development of a combat laser ...
  18. LVMI1980
    LVMI1980 13 July 2016 11: 18
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    I saw this report yesterday. The article provides several other estimates and performance characteristics
  19. Damask
    Damask 13 July 2016 11: 29
    +1
    I don’t penetrate or missed something, I remember already reading about the tests of the electromagnetic gun in the USSR, and they recognized the inappropriateness of the idea and the huge cost of electricity
  20. Romin
    Romin 13 July 2016 11: 32
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    Phew ... Finally, we also noticed this topic, otherwise I thought that as with drones we don’t notice, don’t notice .., and then ... We still can’t catch up ..
    I hope they will notice the X-37, oh ... It’s too early ... 10 years did not fly off ...
    Sorry for the malicious comments, but if the financing of ideas and developments remains at the same level as now, then we will lag at the end of progress. And the figures for financing can be compared, not even in absolute terms, but in% we are behind India itself, not to mention China and the West and Israel! Where is the money? ... see salaries and bonuses of tops of state-owned companies;) so to get started
  21. grandfather Mih
    grandfather Mih 13 July 2016 13: 12
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    Perhaps a conservative view. Here is a classic in the ring. Like Klitschko with "defects" of speech. Unique "af terfak". It is immediately obvious that an experienced speech therapist worked with him in the ring. Or convincing shots from our strategist: how it flies! You have defects, we will cure. So it is with the railgun. The right thing is a cure for wrinkles. Convincing. Yes, there somehow flashed a message about the unusual over CERN. Indulge in energy. The silence of our president is disciplining.
  22. Samoyed
    Samoyed 13 July 2016 14: 01
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    Correlation of results with money exists, but not direct. Look at Shuvalov - money before a fig, and the results are negative. Or Fu-35, no longer golden, but diamond! Scientists need to be educated, even for a million I will not be pulled 20 times, but after a month of training and for a thousand - with pleasure.
  23. Samoyed
    Samoyed 13 July 2016 14: 30
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    As for the materials, according to Altshuller, a transition from the macrolevel to the microlevel is needed, i.e., to rebuild not the elements of the system, but already the system. Well, like, rails can be plasma ropes, or maybe even go from a linear structure of acceleration to a circle. Then you can have a spiral "circle". Well, as in cyclotrons they accelerate. They did not believe about the Shkval torpedo missile either. Flying a rocket in water 800 times denser than air! But by analogy, the "cavitation bubble" is already in the air - it is plasma, it can protect the apparatus from destruction and reduce air resistance.
    And the time of the Shuvalovs is passing, it is clear that he is not of Russian nationality.
  24. Gora66
    Gora66 13 July 2016 17: 31
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    that something is darkened and encrypted by our scientists ... the test of this "gun" was shown on TV a few years ago, as well as the receipt of a huge, instant email. energy by explosion.
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