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« on: May 02, 2009, 04:49:54 pm »

Vest je malo "bajata" ali je ipak vredna pažnje.

Naime Ruska mornarica razmatra mogućnost vraćanja u redovnu službu dve podmornice ove klase. "Severstal" i "Arkhangelsk" bi po tim planovim trebalo da budu vraćene u službu u Severnu flotu iz rezerve gde se sada nalaze. Tako bi se pridružile jedinoj operativnoj podmornici tog tipa "Dmitry Donskoi" koja služi kao test platforma za nove Bulava interkontinentalne projektile. Preostale tri podmornice Typhoon klase su raspremljene i izrezane.

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Typhoon on submarines may sail again


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02/05/2009
The world’s biggest nuclear powered submarines, the Typhoon-class, can again be put into ordinary operation. The two submarines Severstal and Arkhangelsk, today in reserve, can in the future be sailing for the Northern Fleet.

Of the originally six submarines of the giant Typhoon-class, only one remains operational. This submarine, Dmitry Donskoi, is used as a test platform for the new Bulava sea based intercontinental missiles. Three submarines of the class are scrapped.


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The two last Typhoon-class submarines, Severstal and Arkhangelsk, remain in reserve at a Belomorsk naval base in Severodvinsk. Now, the debate has started about their future use.

Last week, on April 8th, Sergey Stepashin, the chairman of Russian Accounts Chamber visited Severodvinsk and discussed the future of the remaining Typhoon-class submarines with Nikolai Kalistratov, the director general of Sevmash shipyard, reported by Nuclear.ru.


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During his visit to Severodvinsk Stepashin also visited to the nearby Belomorsk naval base where he stayed on board Severstal.

All the Typhoon-class submarines were built at the Sevmash yard in Severodvinsk and the constructors today believe both Arkhangelsk and Severstal can be put into operation in the Northern fleet again.

The 175 meter (574 feet) long and 24,000 tons heavy vessel is the largest nuclear powered submarine ever built. During the Cold War the six Typhoon-class submarines were based at the naval base in Zapadnaya Litsa, only some 50 kilometres from the border to Norway. Three of the six Typhoon-class subs are decommissioned.

Source: www.barentsobserver.com

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« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2009, 12:23:31 am »

Moje lično mišljenje je da je veoma mala verovatnoća da će preostale dve Ajkule ikada više u vodu, bar ne u ulozi i sa karakteristikama koje su do sada imale. Jednostavno, Ajkula je preskupa za održavanje, a nije baš ni pouzdana zbog ogromnog broja tada novih sistema, koje nije nimalo jednostavno zameniti novim i modernijim. Svojevremeno je bila ideja da se unutrašnjost Ajkula preuredi tako što bi veći deo podmornice činile bafer zone (ne znam neki bolji izraz), dok bi sama podmornica nosila krstareće rakete. Neke procene govore da bi se tako dobilo plovilo koje bi bilo izuzetno žilavo, te koje bi moglo da preživi dosta štete a da ostane operativno. Međutim, cena ovakve konverzije je isto bila previsoka.
Stvarno bih voleo da vidim ove gorostase ponovo među talasima
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