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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  max steel on Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:19 pm

    Kremlin’s New Sub: Russians Are ‘Far More Innovative’ Than US Ever Was

    News that Russia is testing the latest addition to its underwater fleet of war machines, the BS-64 Podmoskovie nuclear submarine, have apparently left western analyst wondering what the watercraft is capable of while on months-long missions in the deep waters of the world ocean.

    The BS-64, previously known as K-64, is not a new sub, but a refurbished Project 667BDRM ballistic missile submarine (NATO reporting name: Delta-IV) that spent over 15 years at a repair plant located in the Russian port city of Severodvinsk. Laid down in 1982, it was commissioned four years later and remained in service until 1999.

    The Podmoskovie is capable of carrying a crew of 135 people and is armed with 16 R-29RMU Sineva liquid-fueled ballistic missiles. It has been assigned to Russia’s Northern Fleet.The 550-foot sub powered by two nuclear reactors was converted into a vessel designed to conduct scientific research, as well as a carrier for nuclear deep-water stations, including the top secret Losharik sub.

    The new section allows the submarine to dock and undock deep-water vessels and houses a compartment for the crew and a research unit.The BS-64 “appears to be part science vessel, part spy ship, part commando transport, and part ‘mothership’ for mini-subs and drones. But no one outside of the Kremlin and the Moscow’s future crew knows for sure,” defense analyst David Axe observed in an article titled “Russia’s Mysterious New Submarine.”

    Norman Polmar, an expert focusing on naval and intelligence issues, fueled keen interest for the Podmoskovie by cautioning against underestimatingRussian engineers. “These guys are far more innovative than we ever were,” Axe quoted Polmar as saying. The naval expert who has advised the US government on submarine strategy speaks from experience since he has been to the Russian design bureaus tasked with developing submarines.
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Sat Sep 05, 2015 2:24 am

    Repair and modernization of six 6 unclear submarines in Far East Plant "Zvezda"


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Sat Oct 03, 2015 4:24 am

    Russia Unveils Plans to Modernize Nuke-Powered Submarines

    Russia is modernizing 12 nuclear-powered submarines as part of an ambitious project to extend the life of the vessels by another 20 years, according to Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

    Six of the submarines are undergoing repairs and upgrades at Zvezda shipyard at Bolshoy Kamen on Russia's Pacific coast.

    According to navy and shipyard representatives, the upgrades include new missiles and other weapons. The work aims to put the submarines on the same technological level as Russia's next-generation nuclear-powered boats, such as the new Project 885M Yasen-class submarines.

    The six boats reportedly include Schuka-B/Project 971 Akula-class nuclear-powered attack submarines and Antyey/Project 949A Oscar II-class guided-missile submarines that were built in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

    Three of the six subs reportedly are receiving new anti-ship cruise missiles.


    The modernization program has left current force levels as low as nine active submarines across the fleet.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/russia/20151002/1027942520/russia-submarine-nuclear-sergei-shoigu.html#ixzz3nT2eTQOJ


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Fri Dec 18, 2015 10:15 am

    Russia starts developing 5th generation submarines

    ST. PETERSBURG, December 18. /TASS/. The Rubin Central Design Bureau for Marine Engineering is carrying out design work on a new generation of submarines in cooperation with the institutes of the Russian Navy, Rubin Head Igor Vilnit said on Friday.

    "Our bureau is carrying out design work on the next series [of submarines]. We are working together with the Navy’s institutes. In compliance with the cycle of building, operating and de-commissioning vessels, such works have been planned and are under way," he said.

    According to Vilnit, each project will envisage building a whole series of vessels with the gradual improvement of their characteristics.

    "The number of projects as such will be minimized as a result of standardizing and installing serial equipment," he added.

    "First, it will be Borei-A, then Borei-B and so on. The same principle will apply to the non-nuclear-powered fleet," the Rubin design bureau head said.

    Fourth-generation nuclear and non-nuclear submarines have undergone substantial trials in the Navy and have fully confirmed their characteristics, he added.

    The Rubin design bureau currently plans to complete the 636.3 submarine series and also hold trials in the North and the Baltic Sea, he said.

    "Much attention will be paid to building the Borei-A-class lead submarine. The vessel is at the corresponding stage of its construction. Certain new properties have been given to it," Vilnit said.

    The Borei-class submarines have undergone substantial trials this year, including during their passage to the Pacific Fleet, the Rubin design bureau head said.

    "The equipment meets all the requirements set to it," he added.

    This year, the Admiralty Wharves Shipyard in St. Petersburg in northwest Russia has delivered two Project 636.3 submarines to the Black Sea Fleet, the head of the Rubin design bureau said.


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  TheArmenian on Wed Dec 30, 2015 10:52 pm

    Status of every single Russian Nuclear Submarine:

    http://eagle-rost.livejournal.com/592457.html
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  artjomh on Wed Dec 30, 2015 11:06 pm

    TheArmenian wrote:Status of every single Russian Nuclear Submarine:

    http://eagle-rost.livejournal.com/592457.html

    Deep Storm is an amazing website.
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Thu Dec 31, 2015 12:06 am

    A lot of Akulas are in repair (about 6 of them). There will be 8 Oscars in total when their repair will be completed. Victor III class subs will be the first of old classes that will be withdrawn


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  Big_Gazza on Thu Dec 31, 2015 2:52 am

    artjomh wrote:
    TheArmenian wrote:Status of every single Russian Nuclear Submarine:

    http://eagle-rost.livejournal.com/592457.html

    Deep Storm is an amazing website.

    Agreed 100%, but exceptionally frustrating for us non-Russian speakers... The pages are graphics rather than text, so we can't even copy and paste into a translator... Oh, the pain...

    Yes, I need to learn to read Russian, but #$%& I'm 50 and a grumpy old Engineer who has enough to do as it is... Very Happy
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  Big_Gazza on Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:03 am

    TheArmenian wrote:Status of every single Russian Nuclear Submarine:

    http://eagle-rost.livejournal.com/592457.html

    If one takes this list at face value and assumes that current in-service units still have significant service life remaining, by 2020 the Russian nuclear sub fleet would comprise of:

    SSBN
    Project 955/955A: 7-8
    Project 667BDRM: 6
    Project 667BDR: 1-3 (assuming some retirements)

    SSGN/SSN
    Project 855/855A: 5-6
    Project 949A: 8
    Project 971: 10
    Project 945/945A: 4
    Project 671RTMK 1-4 (assuming some retirements)

    This is vastly more optimistic than I had expected, particularly given a decent number of 949A/971 will undergo deep modernisation, and is certainly not the doom & gloom scenario that our sh!t-eating MSM media like to throw around.

    I expect that actual delivery schedules will blow out to the right (as they always do in just about any human endeavour) but it is encouraging. russia

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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  Svyatoslavich on Thu Dec 31, 2015 3:10 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    artjomh wrote:
    TheArmenian wrote:Status of every single Russian Nuclear Submarine:

    http://eagle-rost.livejournal.com/592457.html

    Deep Storm is an amazing website.

    Agreed 100%, but exceptionally frustrating for us non-Russian speakers...  The pages are graphics rather than text, so we can't even copy and paste into a translator...  Oh, the pain...

    Yes, I need to learn to read Russian, but #$%& I'm 50 and a grumpy old Engineer who has enough to do as it is...  Very Happy
    Learn to read in Russian is not difficult. Many people get scared of the alphabet, but it is really easy and very phonetic. Declensions can be a pain if you need to write or (worse) speak in Russian, but quite transparent when reading. Go for it, in a few months you will be already reading some simple texts like short news.

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    Post  slasher on Sat Mar 05, 2016 1:33 am

    This article's from May last year. Anyone can say what's the status of these four subs?

    http://vpk-news.ru/news/25314

    I've read that Tomsk has returned to service but little info on how the repairs on others are progressing.
    Thought I saw recently too that Ryazan completed repairs but can't seem to find any confirmation.

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    Post  slasher on Tue Mar 08, 2016 1:56 am

    ^^^ Okay some news on one of these four:

    https://rbth.com/news/2016/03/07/upgraded-kuzbass-nuclear-sub-to-join-pacific-fleet-in-march_573655
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  TheArmenian on Wed Mar 16, 2016 4:07 pm

    Can the submarine launched KALIBR cruise missile be launched by a surface ship's torpedo tubes?
    In theory at least if not in practice.

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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  nastle77 on Wed Mar 16, 2016 6:48 pm

    artjomh wrote:
    nastle77 wrote:Was the Victor II class submarine equipped with type 65 21 inch ASuW torpedoes ? or any Asuw torpedoes ?

    It had 2 x 650 mm torpedo tubes for 65-76 torpedoes. No 650 mm rocket-torpedoes, only Vodopad (which is 533 mm)

    Also the SSN-16 Stallion was a dual role weapon ? ASuw and ASW?

    RPK-6 had two types of warhead stage: a torpedo and a depth charge. So, in a way, it was a dual-role system, but it couldn't be used for both at the same time, the two versions were in fact separate weapons.

    That being said, RPK-6 was designed as an anti-submarine weapon, so using the torpedo in anti-shipping role would be cross-purpose and likely require complete reprogramming of its search programme.

    Did it have the same range in the ASW and Asuw role ?

    Depends on how you count it.

    The rocket stage was the in both versions. Exact range is classified, but various sources give the range between 35 and 50 km. The depth charge warhead was, obviously, completely unguided. The torpedo version, on the other hand, had propulsion of its own, and could travel an extra 8 km. However, practically, the torpedo was programmed to travel in a circular descending pattern, searching for the enemy submarine.

    Like I said before, while RPK-6 had a torpedo head, it was not designed for action against enemy surface ships, and it would be highly unlikely that it would every be re-programmed for that kind of operation.
    Thanks for the detailed explanation, given this how would you rate the Victor II/III subs in the ASUW role ?
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  GarryB on Thu Mar 17, 2016 11:37 am

    Can the submarine launched KALIBR cruise missile be launched by a surface ship's torpedo tubes?
    In theory at least if not in practice.

    In theory it probably could... but don't know why you would bother.

    I have seen a video of a torpedo being launched from a ships torpedo launcher where the torpedo is blown off the side into the water and then a second or two later the rocket propelled missile bursts out of the water on a ballistic path... I suspect this video shows something like the SS-N-15 or SS-N-16 being fired from ship based torpedo tubes.

    Medvedka or Klub (the former with a dedicated launcher and the latter with the UKSK launcher) would make rather more sense for such a role.


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  Isos on Thu Mar 17, 2016 4:08 pm

    GarryB wrote:
    Can the submarine launched KALIBR cruise missile be launched by a surface ship's torpedo tubes?
    In theory at least if not in practice.

    In theory it probably could... but don't know why you would bother.

    I have seen a video of a torpedo being launched from a ships torpedo launcher where the torpedo is blown off the side into the water and then a second or two later the rocket propelled missile bursts out of the water on a ballistic path... I suspect this video shows something like the SS-N-15 or SS-N-16 being fired from ship based torpedo tubes.

    Medvedka or Klub (the former with a dedicated launcher and the latter with the UKSK launcher) would make rather more sense for such a role.

    You could give old destroyers like Udaloys or sovr..s possibilies to engage targets at 2000 Km.
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  GarryB on Fri Mar 18, 2016 7:10 am

    Rather than launchign them from the torpedo tubes, it would make more sense.. though it would be more expensive and complicated... to install UKSK launchers for the purpose.

    An upgrade of their electronics and sensors to modern systems would free up enormous amounts of internal space, and also reduce crew requirements too... with all that extra internal space you could probably fit several UKSK launchers and new vertical launch SAM missile tubes too.

    This would not only standardise their armament to match new vessels so older missiles and systems can be retired earlier, but it would also give them brand new capabilities... the Sovremmeny had limited anti sub options, while the Udaloy had limited surface ship attack options... UKSK launchers would give anti sub, anti ship, and land attack capability. And that would include new Zircon hypersonic missile capability too.


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Fri Mar 18, 2016 3:26 pm

    http://rueconomics.ru/165172-apl-pyatogo-pokoleniya-haski-vmesto-reziny-poluchit-besshumnye-kompozity

    According to this article:
    According to experts, the use of composite technology in the construction of submarines, as well as the use of new types of missiles, completely fits into the concept of the construction of nuclear submarines of the fifth generation. Recall that last year the two types of submarines of the fifth generation have been announced: ASW submarine, the so-called boat-hunter, and the "aircraft carrier killer" with cruise missiles on board. So one project "Husky" the point here is not exactly over.

    "Husky" is referred to replace Yasen class and will be armed with Zircon missile so this submarine will be the  "aircraft carrier killer".

    Multi-nuclear submarine of project "Husky" fifth generation will replace nuclear submarine Project 885 "Ash", which are now being built and enter the combat strength of the Russian Navy.
    https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=3&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://ria.ru/defense_safety/20160318/1392230572.html&usg=ALkJrhialvrxXJ-nlFzgtIGtDZwB9tUIwA

    They are also working on a second project which will probably be more light submarine than "Husky"


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  Isos on Fri Mar 18, 2016 5:56 pm

    They should replace Victors and Sierras that are 20 years old, not subs which are not even build yet.

    Oscar II are very good against carrier, just need improved missiles. 72 Oniks or Zircon each with improved range to 1000km is really enough. Could be easy to improve range because Granits are 10m long and Oniks just 8m ...

    Or maybe they should design just one sub that could replace all current subs. Yasen can already replace any of them but its price i really high for a russian sub.


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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  JohninMK on Sat Mar 19, 2016 12:35 am

    Quite a good introduction to key Russian nuclear submarines.

    http://tass.ru/en/defense/862656


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    Are Western Nuclear Submarines More Silent Than Russian Nuclear Submarines?

    Post  jhelb on Mon Mar 21, 2016 11:08 am

    This report has been prepared by Lowy Institute, Australia

    http://www.lowyinstitute.org/files/nuclear-armed-submarines-in-indo-pacific-asia-stabiliser-or-menace_0.pdf

    While the report basically reflects upon the SSBN capabilities of China & India they also say that Russian submarines are more noisy than Western analogues. Is there any truth in it? Can you guys provide some estimated noise levels of US SSBNs?

    I found the estimated noise levels for Russian SSBNs http://www.armscontrol.ru/subs/snf/snf03221.htm





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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  max steel on Mon Mar 21, 2016 2:34 pm

    Two Russian Advanced Nuclear Submarines to Be Laid Down in 2016


    Two nuclear submarines of Russia's Borey- and Yasen-class will be laid down until the year-end, an official representative of Russia's United Shipbuilding Corporation said Friday.
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  max steel on Mon Mar 21, 2016 2:41 pm

    Fifth-Gen Russian Subs to Use Composites for Increased Stealth


    Fifth-generation Russian submarines will use anti-sonar composite materials to hide them from enemy detection systems.The structure and composition of these new multilayer composite materials will significantly reduce the sonar signals reflected from submarine, isolate working mechanisms from vibrations, and so on,” Valery Polovinkin, an adviser to the general director of the Krylov State Research Center, told Izvestia

    He also said that, due to the composite material’s high internal loss factor, enemy sonar would simply be unable to pick up the required level of signal while the material’s sound absorption characteristics would minimize the spread of vibrational energy.

    The use of composite materials would reduce the weight of the submarine’s structures, increase its reliability and reduce operating costs since composites don’t corrode and need no paint.

    Composite structures would also simplify manufacturing, Polovinkin added.The new composite materials are currently being tested and the first all-composite propeller may be ready for sea trials already in 2018.

    The new composite materials are still in testing, but Russia will test its first composite propeller design in 2018. “This is one of our institute’s most promising projects,” Polovinkin said.

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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  max steel on Tue Mar 22, 2016 1:35 pm

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    Your thoughts on this technology ?

    Thin 'Bubble' Coatings Could Hide Submarines from Sonar

    Bubble-filled rubbery coatings may one day help make submarines virtually undetectable to sonar, researchers say.


    To avoid detection by sonar, military submarines are often covered with sound-absorbing tiles called anechoic coatings. These perforated rubber tiles are typically about 1 inch (2.5 centimeters) thick.

    In the past decade, research has suggested that the same degree of stealth could be provided by much thinner coatings filled with vacant cavities. When hit by sound waves, empty spaces in an elastic material can oscillate in size, "so it will dissipate a lot of energy," said lead study author Valentin Leroy, a physicist at the Université Paris Diderot in France

    However, figuring out how to optimize such materials for stealth applications previously involved time-consuming simulations. To simplify the problem, Leroy and his colleagues modeled the empty spaces in the elastic material as spherical bubbles, with each giving off a springy response to a sound wave that depended on its size and the elasticity of the surrounding material. This simplification helped them derive an equation that could optimize the material's sound absorption to a given sound frequency.

    The researchers designed a "bubble meta-screen," a soft layer of silicone rubber that is only 230 microns thick, which is a little more than twice the average width of a human hair. The bubbles inside were cylinders measuring 13 microns high and 24 microns wide, and separated from each other by 50 microns.

    In underwater experiments, the scientists bombarded a meta-screen placed on a slab of steel with ultrasonic frequencies of sound. They found that the meta-screen dissipated more than 91 percent of the incoming sound energy and reflected less than 3 percent of the sound energy. For comparison, the bare steel block reflected 88 percent of the sound energy.

    "We have a simple analytical expression whose predictions are in a very good agreement with numerical simulations and real experiments," Leroy told Live Science. "I find it exciting and beautiful."

    To make submarines invisible to the sound frequencies used in sonar, larger bubbles are needed. Still, the researchers predicted that a 0.16-inch-thick (4 millimeters) film with 0.08-inch (2 millimeters) bubbles could absorb more than 99 percent of the energy from sonar, cutting down reflected sound waves by more than 10,000-fold, or about 100 times better than was previously assumed possible.

    However, despite the possibilities, "making these samples will probably be tough," Leroy cautioned.
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    Re: Russian Nuclear Submarine Force: Discussion

    Post  George1 on Fri Mar 25, 2016 3:25 pm

    Current status of construction of nuclear submarines

    Web resource "Russian submariners" vk.com/club_podvodnik "today posted a very interesting information about the estimated time of delivery of construction of nuclear submarines and their current status:
    At the last meeting of representatives of Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, OAO "PO" Sevmash ", and the main contractors supplying enterprises were announced the following dates ships readiness:

    1. Project "Borey-A."

       - Coll. 204 (parent) "Prince Vladimir", readiness 44.6%
       receiving power - November 2016
       conclusion of the workshop - March 2017

       - Coll. 205 (1st serial) "Prince Oleg" readiness 19.1%,
       the withdrawal of the workshop - December 2018
       Deposit - December 2019

       - Coll. 206 "Generalissimo Suvorov" readiness 13.9%,
       the withdrawal of the workshop - December 2018
       Deposit - December 2020

       - Coll. 207 "The Emperor Alexander III", readiness 2.7%,
       the withdrawal of the workshop - December 2019
       Deposit - December 2020

       - Coll. 208, readiness 0.3%
       tab - December 2016,
       the conclusion of the workshop - February 2020
       Deposit - November 2021


    2. The project "Ash-M".

       - Coll. 161 (parent) "Kazan", readiness 67.5%
       Deposit - December 2017

       - Coll. 162 (1st serial) "Novosibirsk", readiness 35.5%,
       the withdrawal of the workshop - December 2018
       Deposit - December 2019

       - Coll. 163 "Krasnoyarsk", readiness 19.3%
       conclusion from the workshop - December 2018
       Deposit - December 2020

       - Coll. 164 "Arkhangelsk", readiness 4.7%,
        the withdrawal of the workshop - December 2019
       Deposit - December 2021

       - Coll. 165, readiness 0.6%
       tab - July 2016,
       the conclusion of the workshop - December 2020
       Deposit - December 2022

       - Coll. 166, readiness 0.3%
       tab - July 2017,
       the conclusion of the workshop - December 2021
       Deposit - December 2023

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