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    Post  ALAMO Sun Jan 02, 2022 10:15 am

    Part of construction for drilling platform for the Arctic.
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    Post  Hole Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:18 pm

    Isn´t the navy yard separate from Zvezda?

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    (the two greyish buildings to the left)

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    Post  Podlodka77 Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:29 pm

    Hole wrote:Isn´t the navy yard separate from Zvezda?

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    It is, probably. I think that one of 949A submarines is visible by those buildings.
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    Post  Big_Gazza Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:16 pm

    Podlodka77 wrote:
    Hole wrote:Isn´t the navy yard separate from Zvezda?

    It is, probably. I think that one of 949A submarines is visible by those buildings.

    K-442 Chelyabinsk if I am not mistaken. Waiting her turn in the boathouse for modernisation to 949AM once K-132 Irtuksk vacates the slot.

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    Post  Podlodka77 Mon Jan 10, 2022 12:08 am

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    Podlodka77 wrote:
    Hole wrote:Isn´t the navy yard separate from Zvezda?

    It is, probably. I think that one of 949A submarines is visible by those buildings.

    K-442 Chelyabinsk if I am not mistaken.  Waiting her turn in the boathouse for modernisation to 949AM once K-132 Irtuksk vacates the slot.

    K-442 Chelyabinsk is in the water, yes, but K-132 Irkutsk is parallel with that building on picture. Its that or i am going crazy... Smile
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    Post  Big_Gazza Mon Jan 10, 2022 7:12 am

    Podlodka77 wrote:K-442 Chelyabinsk is in the water, yes, but K-132 Irkutsk is parallel with that building on picture. Its that or i am going crazy... Smile

    Trying to date the photo... seems to be Winter 2018, no tanker fabs yet started. Google earth shows that in May 2017 the K-132 was in that slot, probably waiting to go into the boathouse, but she was no longer there in Feb 2018 and the slot looks filled with what looks like a small vessel or two and a jumble of containers (?). Poor winter lighting at low angle, very hard to tell.

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    Post  Hole Mon Jan 10, 2022 12:38 pm

    Old pic. I just wanted to make the point that the yard that refurbishes the subs is separate from Zvezda.
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    Post  GarryB Tue Jan 11, 2022 12:37 am

    Trying to date the photo... seems to be Winter 2018, no tanker fabs yet started.

    Tell the photo how rare it is to find a beautiful photo that is also funny and smart...
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    Post  Podlodka77 Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:00 pm

    12 января 2022 в 11:36
    The head of the "Baltiyskiy Zavod" revealed plans to modernize production

    The modernization of the production facilities of the Baltiyskiy Zavod will significantly increase the weight of sections and blocks from which vessels and ships are assembled. The general director of the enterprise Alexey Kadilov told about this in an interview with Vedomosti. "If we are now assembling a ship from sections weighing 75 tons, then after modernization we will be able to assemble ships from blocks weighing 500-600 tons," he said.

    According to him, this will require building a block manufacturing workshop. The currently used technology for picking orders on an open slipway is associated with large losses.

    In addition, according to the joint plans of the Baltiysky Zavod and the United Shipbuilding Corporation, as part of the modernization, a pipe-copper shop will be built for the manufacture of pipelines and ship systems. The shop's products will be able to be used not only by the Baltic Shipyard, but also by other shipbuilding enterprises of the North-West region.

    Recall that Alexey Kadilov first spoke about the plans to modernize the enterprise at the V International Arctic Summit in June this year. According to the shipyard's management, the introduction of large-block construction will reduce the order production cycle by up to one and a half years and reduce labor intensity by about 25%. In addition, it will be possible to achieve a 2-fold increase in the productivity of slipway production and ensure an increase in the technical readiness of orders during the withdrawal of up to 96–98%.

    "The implementation of measures for reconstruction and modernization will allow the plant to enter the high-volume construction of large-tonnage equipment: icebreakers of various projects, cruisers, tankers, multi-purpose ships, floating nuclear power units and cruise liners," the Baltic plant representatives said at the timе...


    CRUISERS, they have not forgotten that they have built 1144 ORLAN class in the past Wink Very Happy

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    Post  Podlodka77 Thu Jan 13, 2022 1:39 pm

    The Primorsky shipbuilding plant "Yantar" expects to receive a new floating dock in the near future. This was announced in an interview with TASS by the general director of the enterprise Ilya Samarin.

    "In the near future, the construction of two very important facilities - a new hull processing shop and a floating dock for our own needs," he said. According to Ilya Samarin, work on the modernization of production facilities at Yantar is going "quite successfully."

    "We are completing the first stage of modernization - the technical re-equipment of two main production facilities, within which more than 200 units of modern equipment were purchased and put into operation. Modernization of production increases our competitiveness and productivity, and also improves the working conditions of factory workers," added the head of Yantar.

    Ilya Samarin recalled that the reconstruction of the outbuilding embankments is ongoing. According to him, the reconstruction of the embankments will increase the number of orders and reduce the time of their implementation.

    "The implementation of these plans will significantly increase the capabilities of the plant and strengthen our position in the shipbuilding market," the general director of the shipyard emphasized.

    In the interests of the Russian Navy, Yantar is building a pair of large landing ships of the modernized project 11711 with increased dimensions and a larger displacement. In addition, the plant provides repair of ships and vessels of the Baltic Fleet. Work continues under the contract for the supply of two Project 11356 frigates to the Indian Navy.

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    Post  Podlodka77 Thu Jan 13, 2022 4:43 pm

    Big_Gazza wrote:
    Podlodka77 wrote:K-442 Chelyabinsk is in the water, yes, but K-132 Irkutsk is parallel with that building on picture. Its that or i am going crazy... Smile

    Trying to date the photo... seems to be Winter 2018, no tanker fabs yet started.  Google earth shows that in May 2017 the K-132 was in that slot, probably waiting to go into the boathouse, but she was no longer there in Feb 2018 and the slot looks filled with what looks like a small vessel or two and a jumble of containers (?). Poor winter lighting at low angle, very hard to tell.

    Big Gazza, problem is solved... ! Wink
    GARRY B. would like to see at least 2 aircraft carriers in construction here, i am sure..
    This is a large shipyard and its still growing. It is so large that 949A Antey class is almost invisible and K-132 Irkutsk in previous picture.


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    Post  Autodestruct Fri Jan 14, 2022 12:59 am

    Russian shipbuilders are jumping into the "digital twin" concept too.


    TSAMTO, January 12. For the first time in Russia, a digital mock-up of a nuclear submarine has been created at Sevmash (part of USC).

    The project was implemented within the framework of a single design and production space created by the enterprise and four design bureaus.

    The innovative technology was introduced by specialists of Sevmash, design bureaus "Severnoye PKB", "Rubin", "Malachite" and "Almaz". In the process, reverse engineering technologies, volumetric laser scanning were used, optical-electronic measurement tools were introduced. New technologies have made it possible to avoid costly and labor-intensive alterations. To introduce innovations, workplaces were re-equipped, software was purchased and installed, information and database transmission channels were established. The staff was trained in new methods of design and production preparation.

    Based on a three-dimensional model of a submarine developed by Sevmash specialists, technological documentation for the manufacture of hull structures was issued, pipeline laying routes were designed, information for bending pipes on numerically controlled machines was exported, equipment was placed and the assembly and operation processes of complex mechanical engineering products were simulated.

    The pilot project has shown its effectiveness. Thanks to digitalization and three-dimensional modeling, the accuracy of calculations and the efficiency of design and technological preparation of processes, as well as the degree of elaboration, have been significantly increased. The results were approved by the project Management Committee, Sevmash CEO Mikhail Budnichenko and USC CEO Alexey Rakhmanov.

    Now the company is scaling up the project, new technologies and tools are being systematically introduced in production. Sevmash holds a leading position in the industry in reverse engineering and laser scanning technologies.

    As noted in the press service of JSC "PO "Sevmash", digital interaction began in 2016. The task of implementing the pilot zone was implemented under the control of USC as one of the priorities.

    Simulate it before you use the resources to build it (or change it).

    https://vpk.name/en/571419_a-digital-model-of-the-submarine-was-created-at-sevmash.html

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    Post  GarryB Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:28 am

    Big Gazza, problem is solved... ! Wink
    GARRY B. would like to see at least 2 aircraft carriers in construction here, i am sure..

    No point laying them down until they have new destroyers and new cruisers in construction... so no point in laying any down before 2027-8, which means no CVN operational before about 2034-5.


    Simulate it before you use the resources to build it (or change it).

    If that is what the Americans used to develop LCA, Zumwalt and Ford class ships I wouldn't get too excited...

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    Post  lancelot Fri Jan 14, 2022 4:48 am

    GarryB wrote:If that is what the Americans used to develop LCA, Zumwalt and Ford class ships I wouldn't get too excited...

    There is only so much you can simulate. You can get an idea on how to optimize internal space, etc, but it is no help your propulsion does not work properly or there are unexpected corrosion issues.
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    Post  Podlodka77 Sat Jan 15, 2022 10:13 pm

    12 navies with the largest total displacement.


    List for 01.01.2022;
    Russia; 808 400 tons (2,2% increase compared to 2021), for the next column I don't know what it means - Dcp (t), total number of ships, average age of the ship is 24,9 years.
    1. ПЛАРБ - SSBN,
    2. ПЛАРК - SSGN,
    3. PLA - SSN,
    4. ПЛ - SSK,
    5. АВ - AC (aircraft carrier),
    6. АВЛ - light aircraft carrier,
    7. КР - CG (cruiser),
    8. ЗМ - DDG (destroyer),
    9. ФР- FR (frigate),
    10. КРВ - corvettes,
    11. УДК - large landing ships ,
    12. ДВКД - amphibious assault ships,
    13. ДКД - dock landing ships,
    14. ТДК - tank landing ships.

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    List for 01.01.2021;

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