miércoles, 23 de abril de 2014

Rusia está desarrollando catapultas electromagnéticas para portaviones

Noticias Armada Rusa

Sergey Vlasov, director de la oficina de diseño Nevsky, Rusia está desarrollando catapultas electromagnéticas que podrán ser utilizadas en la nueva clase de portaviones rusos. Se venía rumoreando pero esto tiene carácter oficial...




... además, se añadió que las pruebas de dichos sistemas pueden llevarse a cabo en Eysk o en Saki, los dos centros de entrenamiento de la aviación embarcada de la Armada Rusa.



Russia began to develop electromagnetic catapults
in Russia began to develop electromagnetic catapults for aircraft carriers. On this, as reported by  ITAR-TASS , said CEO Nevsky Design Bureau Sergey Vlasov. According to him, the name of "an organization that is engaged in the creation of an electromagnetic catapult", while not disclosed.
Exactly how much time it will take to complete the project electromagnetic aircraft launcher is difficult to say. "The problem is that Americans have worked on this for over ten years. They are his first electromagnetic catapult only in 2016 will be installed on new aircraft carrier "Gerald Ford" », ─ Vlasov said, noting that such a trigger will allow some to simplify the design of the ship due to failure, for example, the nuclear installation.
likely test the Russian electromagnetic catapult will be made ​​on one of the ground-based simulators in Eyske deck aircraft or in the Crimea. Electromagnetic catapult is a linear induction motor, which by means of a special truck allows you to overclock the aircraft to lift-off speed. In the USSR, such developments were not conducted.


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