gaurav wrote:Users who know Russian .. etc can they translate what is written in the first 2 paragraphs of the SARMAT ICBM poster
kvs wrote:Sarmat: Russian strategic rocket complex of the 5th generation and silo based
kvs wrote:gaurav wrote:Users who know Russian .. etc can they translate what is written in the first 2 paragraphs of the SARMAT ICBM poster
Sarmat: Russian strategic rocket complex of the 5th generation and silo based
The rocket is 2 stage with a block to deliver combat blocks. Liquid rocket engines are "sunk" into the fuel tanks,
fuel tanks - carrying with collocated dividing [....]
I don't know the final word in the 2nd paragraph and it is poorly written and confusing. Sounds like the height of the rocket
is minimized with the arrangement of engines and tanks (they must use heat shielding of some sort). Combat blocks must
be MARVs that deliver the non-ballistic glider warheads.
That solid fuel Bulava .. has a liquid fuel third stage from which the 4rth stage MARV are separated ..
Viktor wrote:Navalized version of the Sarmat would be an interesting possibility given Russian 5th generation subs are bound to finnish their development during 2020.
Big_Gazza wrote:A navalised version of a Sarmat? Its a 200T missile.... It require a vessel the size of Pr 941 Akula SSBN to launch the 84T R-39/SS-N-20, so what would you need to carry a naval Sarmat????
GarryB wrote: It also limited OTH radar to the countries borders so they could not be used as battle management systems for your own air space.
archangelski wrote:Picture of RS-28 :
Austin wrote:Sarmat official image and specs released
The bottom great area is the solid fuel motor that will be like cold start throw up/gas generator to thow the missile out of silos , Pretty much big 1st 2nd and 3rd stage and 4th stage PBV is also clearly seen , quite massive and 10 T throw up weight is 2 T more then SS-18 that very high throw up weight that brings up possibility of interesting payload for comparision Topol-M throw up weight is 1.2 T