technology around the world

blackjack

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nuclear spacecraft Nuklon TEM
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Specifications:

  • Aircraft type: Hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft
  • Piloting: Autonomous
  • Capacity: 6 passengers
  • Maximum speed: 250 km/h (155 mph)
  • Range: 500 km (311 miles)
  • Maximum payload: 600 kg (1,323 lb)
  • Cyclical propellers: 4 cyclical propellers
  • Electric Motors: Possibly 4 electric motors or more
  • Power source: Hybrid-electric
  • Fuselage: Carbon fiber composite
  • Windows: Canopy over passenger seating
  • Landing gear: Fixed quad-wheeled landing gear
  • Safety Features: Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP), provides safety through redundancy for its passengers and/or cargo. DEP means having multiple propellers and motors on the aircraft so if one or more motors or propellers fail, the other working motors and propellers can safely land the aircraft. Two of the cyclical propellers can stop working the aircraft can continue to fly and land safely. The aircraft will also have a whole aircraft parachute system.
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FPI's radio optical AESA demonstrator model on display.

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urban development https://www.russiadefence.net/t7505p175-russian-towns-cities-urban-development




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just one of many examples of what the thread will be like
 

Halo

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nuclear spacecraft Nuklon TEM
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Specifications:

  • Aircraft type: Hybrid-electric VTOL aircraft
  • Piloting: Autonomous
  • Capacity: 6 passengers
  • Maximum speed: 250 km/h (155 mph)
  • Range: 500 km (311 miles)
  • Maximum payload: 600 kg (1,323 lb)
  • Cyclical propellers: 4 cyclical propellers
  • Electric Motors: Possibly 4 electric motors or more
  • Power source: Hybrid-electric
  • Fuselage: Carbon fiber composite
  • Windows: Canopy over passenger seating
  • Landing gear: Fixed quad-wheeled landing gear
  • Safety Features: Distributed Electric Propulsion (DEP), provides safety through redundancy for its passengers and/or cargo. DEP means having multiple propellers and motors on the aircraft so if one or more motors or propellers fail, the other working motors and propellers can safely land the aircraft. Two of the cyclical propellers can stop working the aircraft can continue to fly and land safely. The aircraft will also have a whole aircraft parachute system.
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FPI's radio optical AESA demonstrator model on display.

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Arctic Rush

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so is this like prototype techs?
a lot of that looks cool, but uh... not functioning, or just there to impress and look fancy as far as I can tell.
Also considering it's Russia I have a bit of a feeling they'll have a bit of trouble building any of that now :sagiri-laugh:
 

blackjack

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@Halo

Some are prototypes and some are realistic, even when they were soviets, they created technological marvels like the ekranoplan(i still believe a functional one in wavy waters will eventually be achievable in time) the kholod project which benefited greatly from their scramjet missile technology, sold their ramjet missiles to us, and operation mount hope 3 or project azorian shows we were interested in their helicopter and submarine projects. Petr ufimtsevs was praised by many skunkworks engineers in aircraft stealth technology calling it the rosetta stone for later developements like the F-22 and F-35s. I will give you a summary later when I compare rocket technology between the US and Russia.

Space X

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Musk was worshipped as a hero at places like reddit when he introduced re-usable engine rockets, the proton rocket was dominant for a long time since 2000 until the falcon 9 block 4 and 5 became successful in the market along with sanctions to Russia that we started to make many purchases for falcon rockets.

https://singularityhub.com/2021/05/...als-reusable-rockets-are-becoming-mainstream/ he managed to re-use the rocket up to 10 times. It costs according to them 15 million dollars for marginal costs of Falcon 9 where 60% is to 1st stage and 20% is to upper stages but 50 million dollars fully for the rocket(they selling it for 65 million dollars). 1st stage engine is 30 million dollars and 2nd stage engine is 10 million dollars but the re-usability for falcon 9 was 10 times that means 40+10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10+10 equaling 130 million divided by those 10 launches you get 13 million dollars while selling each of those launches for 65 million dollars. In terms of payloads to space and costs you are respectfully beating NASA and Roscosmos.


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What gives redditors the most hard-ons is starship. https://techcrunch.com/2019/11/06/e...ld-fly-for-as-little-as-2-million-per-launch/ no idea about each starship cost being 2 million per launch when the number of raptor engines needed already exceed 2 million dollars https://www.mcnallyinstitute.com/how-much-does-it-cost-for-raptor-engine/#:~:text=Spaceflight for Raptors will last,engine can cost between $250,000. and if the engines last for 1000 flights than each heavy payload by starship will be will round costs in the 10-100k per launch. no idea at times if musk is pulling marketing BS time to tome based on his long time critic that made alot of views from musk himself



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Amur has a profit margin of 22 million dollars. Than just for estimates the Amur would cost 10 million dollars remove the 20% with 60% for 1st stage and 20% for 2nd stage that means the Amur is 8 million dollars meaning they can re-use the engine 300 times more. Amur rocket is all 1st stage using same methane engines which will cost us 10 million dollars on the 1st launch(remember Amur rocket is all 1st stage)but add 299 zeros and divide it by 300 which means the Amur costs 33333.33 dollars per launch by using the Musk marketing of Falcon 9 and technically speaking I would be correct. This rocket I assume is to be introduced to the market in 2026.

https://nauka.tass.ru/nauka/11510445 to save the google translate part they made a closed-circuit engine design that makes it burn above 3000 seconds while most and all rocket stage launches last 300-400 seconds before reaching space, a staggering 10 times the amount in fuel efficiency. https://www.globalpetrolprices.com/USA/methane_prices/ and https://www.globalpetrolprices.com/USA/kerosene_prices/ methane is alot cheaper hence the development of methane rockets, but if the same fuel can be used for 10 times with 10 times the re-usability without getting refueled, than you divide the cost of kerosene by 10 times because of the closed circuit kerosene rocket engine design.

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Russia created a new design bureau about 2 years ago creating fly-wing rocket designs (worked with baikal before) in which this picture is pretty much self-explanatory. re-usable rockets use half the fuel to get to orbit and the other half to re-land, fly-wing rockets use wings and parachutes to re-land and they are conducting parachute testing for rockets around 2024.


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"They want to launch a rocket from Plesetsk. The media will appear in two versions at once: disposable and reusable. In the latter case, he will return to the ground with the help of his wings. The launch weight of the rocket in the disposable version is 23,6 tons. The one-time option will be able to put 200 kilograms of cargo into low-earth orbit (584 kilometers), and 84 kilograms into geostationary orbit.

The reusable version will deliver 398 kilograms of cargo to low-earth orbit, and 60 kilograms to geostationary orbit. Moreover, it will be heavier: the launch mass of the rocket will be 25 tons. This happened because of the wing, the turbojet engine, as well as the landing gear, which are needed for the landing, which will be carried out at the airfield, just like a regular aircraft does. Another option involves the use of skis instead of a chassis.

They decided to use a pair of oxygen - methane in the case of the carrier and heptyl with amyl, if we talk about the upper stage, called the "apogee module", as a fuel. Both the disposable and reusable versions are due to make their maiden flight in 2024."

It is worth recalling that TsNIIMash has long been developing a reusable rocket as part of its development work. "Wing-SV", but earlier Kapustin Yar and the new Vostochny cosmodrome were named as the launch site.


It seems they are also exploring the field of miniature rocket launches which might bring interesting potential to the market.

https://naukatehnika.com/dognat-maska-versiyu-mnogorazovoj-angaryi-razrabatyivaet-roskosmos.html re-usability for the angara missiles as well.

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yenisei rocket got cancelled for a methane design, later they will make a heavier rocket called the don rocket, don't think they are interested in a moon race with the Chinese and U.S. because of financial reasons.

https://www.engineeringnews.co.za/a...on-engine-test-project-2021-04-12/rep_id:4136 Pulse detonation engine breakthroughs.

https://ntinews.ru/blog/publications/sverkhlegkaya-raketa-shirokodiapazonnye-dvigateli.html? aerospike rocket engines.

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Also the major difference is that U.S. is pursuing nuclear thermal rockets, while Russia is pursuing nuclear power plants powering ion engines which is a major difference that people often mix up. I heard ion engines form earth to mars take 1 in a half months while chemical rockets like 6-8 months.

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Burevestnik is in the testing phase which is a nuclear powered missile with unlimited range(flies as long as reactor is powering it) at low altitudes to make it difficult to spot being below thee radar horizon, Sarmat I heard uses detonation engines for a quick start, Avangard is a rumored mach 27 flight vehicle that gets released at a 100km flight range but unlike the HTV-2 its proven to be successful, Poseidon i am assuming a is a 100 megaton warhead to destroy coasts traveling underwater, kinzhal is a quasi-aeroballistic missile that manuevers at every stage to make interceptions difficult......Zircon scramjet missile based on mach 8-10 speeds from different sources and a 40km altitude creates a plasma shield which makes it difficult for radars at a low to firecontrol frequency difficult to track, has a lower altitude being below radar horizon because of 40kms while radars have a better time tracking ballistic missiles that have a 1000km altitude and it can manuever in its flight. They also have internal hypersonic missiles that can go inside the su-57. Basically their weapons are meant to avoid Europe's air defense shield covering their countries(this was one of the reasons for invading ukraine other than neonazi problem)

Su-70 stealth drone is going to be operational in two years with air to air capabilities along with air to ground capabilities even though the neuron, bae taranis, X-47B flew and were introduced before the okhotnik-B. Peresvet is said to be a mobile nuclear reactor pump laser operating in the megawatt range,, etc etc. etc

S-500s can deal with up to 10 ICBMs simultaneously on its own, the brand new voronezh ground radars for the A-235 system can probably deal with way more ICBM targets, and now there is a S-550 air defense that is said to deal at a bigger scale for hypersonic targets than the S-500, also they are creating new radars that work in the terahertz range and 4 different radar bands from meter to millimeter values for pin point accuracy https://rg.ru/2018/04/08/revoliuciia-v-tehnike-lokacii-v-rossii-sozdaetsia-radiofotonnaia-rls.html and https://tvzvezda.ru/news/20201221158-DrTuy.html Basically, Russia is forcing the west to stay competitive because having just plain old nukes might no longer cut it that they even have to beg the Chinese to go against Russia whom are making financial deals with them as we speak.

Since I don't want Russia to be at the level taking out most of our nukes while using new nuclear weapon concepts to bypass our missile shield defense systems, I say sanction them.

Summary

I have also noticed that all our students competition in science and math against other countries all seem to look Chinese, If you look at the ICPC programming contests, Russia is 1st place, MIT or US is 2nd all look Chinese, china 3rd place and Poland is like 4th place. I dont think the west can stay competitive flooding their countries with people bringing 3rd world shithole ideals while teaching people about LGBT history and 60 genders. What we need is to teach people in the US is critical thinking. Reddit may stop me from freely expressing myself about technology and Vtubers but not this place lol.
 

blackjack

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unmanned helicopter at 2022 army forum

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https://tass.com/defense/1494309 unmanned version of the Su-75 being developed.

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https://tass.com/defense/1493643 self driving truck that can carry over 6.4 tons

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https://www.militarynews.ru/story.asp?rid=0&nid=578613&lang=RU https://tass.ru/armiya-i-opk/15188365 News on the Zircon and Zmeevik missiles to target ships from faraway. Zircon can be fired 1000kms away from under water or ship can fire it. Zmeevik will be placed in their country target ships anywhere. Both have defense penetration capabilities.

Ross Space station model at forum

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Manturov: Russia will replace Ukraine in the world neon market, 25.07.2022.

Russia plans to increase neon production to 180,000 cubic meters next year. m and provide almost a quarter of the world's needs, said Deputy Prime Minister of Russia and head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov at a meeting of President Vladimir Putin with members of the government.

“Today, over 30% of the world volumes of the neon-helium mixture are produced in Russia, but at the site in Baumanka we plan to initially produce about 70 thousand cubic meters of neon per year, which will correspond to about 10% of the global market. And next year we will increase production to 180,000 cubic meters. And we will be able to meet almost a quarter of the world's needs. In fact, we will replace the volumes previously supplied by two Ukrainian enterprises that are now not functioning, ” TASS quotes Manturov.

“If for neon by the end of the year it is 10% (share in the world market - approx. VZGLYAD), by the end of next year - 25%. And for xenon and krypton - also about 30%," he added.

At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin pointed to a multiple difference in the levels of stocks and exports of high-purity neon, which is necessary for the radio-electronic industry.

“In recent years, we have been actively engaged in the restoration and development of our radio-electronic industry. In this regard, one issue is important, without which it is difficult to develop this industry. I mean the production of high-purity neon. We have 30% of the world's reserves of raw materials and only 1% in the international supply of this gas to world markets,” the head of state said.

As Putin assured, he knows that "the government is now taking active steps to radically change the situation."

Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Denis Manturov, said that a full-scale production of pure neon was launched at the Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

https://vz.ru/news/2022/7/25/1169353.html

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