Discussion in 'Land Forces' started by bhramos, Dec 16, 2009.
What will be the weight of T90 with the new tureet?
Вобще с станком т-95 не понятно ,напоминает с т -34 когда недовали ему продвижение,шло лабирование другой техники,покуда кошкин непригнал его сам и сталин после этого ликвидировал лобисткое окб и лобистов,а так бы не известно что было бы дальше, так и с чёрным орлолом,а готов уже и превосходит уральцев,но у них есть маев и связи в мин.обороне,а у ока нет,хотя разработак куча,газо_турбиик лучше в условиях зимы,а так помоему идёт выкачивание средств,как с булавой,хотя есть специлизированое окб в этой облати
mod edit: Translate it in English please
Stalin vo vremya vojny. Vremya bylo drugoe. Na segodnyashnij den' issledovaniya ne vidim rezul'tatov. Finansirovanie dolzhno byt sokrashcheny do nasushchnyx potrebnostej. T-95 yavlyaetsya ustarevshej do ego vstupleniya proizvodstva.
Markups below with the machine T-95 is not clear, like with T -34 when he nedovali promotion, went labirovanie other equipment, while Cat neprignal it myself and then Stalin liquidated lobistkoe bureau of singing, and so would not have known that it would be next, so and black orlolom and ready already exceeds Urals, but they have Maev and communications min.oborone and have no eye, although razrabotak heap, gazo_turbiik better in winter, and filth is pumping money like a mace, although there spetsilizirovanoe EDO in this Oblates
T-90 'Burlak' is heavier, as 49-50 t estimated weight due to the modular passive armor on the turret and heavy 'Kaktus' ERA. normal weight of t 90 is 46.5 t.
hasn't T9 been abandoned by Russian?
T-90 'Burlak' is heavier, as 49-50 t estimated weight due to the modular passive armor on the turret and heavy 'Kaktus' ERA. normal weight of t 90 is 46.5 t.[/QUOTE]
Is their any plan to use new high power engine? Present T90 has W/P 18.06hp/ton with V85MS & this is not a high value. With increase of 3-4 ton, the engine will need to upgrade further to have better or same W/P. Higher O/P engine may have higher weight, which will increase overall weight of the tank. Heard IA is considering AxuPower for T90SBishma. So that weight also need to add. This will make the weight approx 51/52 ton & with the same track ground pressure will become higher. If we want to keep the same ground pressure, we require a new track & weight will go further heigh. All this will require some modification with design & we will get a more costlier imported contamporary tank . I think India still import engine, transmission & some other critical parts from Russia for T90S bhisma
Russian tanks: today and tomorrow
The reorganization and re-equipping of the Russian army's tank force has become a high-priority military issue.
Reductions in tank forces, the gradual expansion of T-90 tank production, the modernization of existing tanks and the development of the next generation T-95 tank - this gives much food for thought.
RIA Novosti learned more about it during an exclusive interview with Oleg Siyenko, CEO of Uralvagonzavod, a Russian engineering company located in Nizhny Tagil, the Urals Federal District. Uralvagonzavod is the world's largest main battle tank manufacturer and the only tank manufacturer in Russia.
The T-90 has undergone continuous upgrades since it was first developed in the early 1990s on the basis of the latest modifications to the T-72/T-72B. It is the only mass-produced main battle tank in Russia.
Under the current state rearmament program, the Russian army is expected to receive about 1,500 tanks of this model. At present, the Russian Armed Forces have 500 T-90 tanks and receive 60 to 100 new tanks of this model each year.
This month, General Alexander Postnikov, Commander of Land Forces, caused a sensation when he announced the order for 261 T-90 tanks in 2010. Although all news outlets reported a steep rise in T-90 procurement, Siyenko could not confirm the story.
"There is no contract for such an order at present. Unfortunately, contracts between the Ministry of Defense and our company call for much fewer tanks. But I can say that we would be happy to receive such an order, as it would ensure the stability of our company and help it to expand," Siyenko said.
The T-90 is currently the most commercially successful tank on the global market. The number of exported tanks, including tank-assembly kits, will soon reach 1,000, and more and more countries are beginning to import them.
India is the largest buyer of T-90 tanks, but they can also be found in the Algerian military according to media reports. Contracts have been signed with Turkmenistan, while preliminary agreements have been concluded with Cyprus, Libya and Saudi Arabia.
In addition to the production of T-90 tanks, T-72 tanks continue to be modernized for the Russian Armed Forces. The T-72BA is currently the main modified version. Modernization programs streamline the fire-control system, enhance hull-bottom mine resistance by installing an additional armor plate near the driver's seat, standardize the platform and engine with the T-90 tank and improve the tank's armor.
An upgraded T-72 tank has considerably greater potential and meets modern tank requirements, while at the same time being far cheaper to produce than a new T-90 tank.
Nevertheless, the army is hoping for a next generation tank to replace older models and reinforce the current fleet of T-90. Known as "Item 195" and the T-95, this new model has been under development for many years. Details remain classified.
During our exclusive interview, Siyenko commented on reports on the T-95, which was developed at Uralvagonzavod, where it will also be mass-produced:
"We've been working on this project for many years. Unfortunately, we are having problems with our parts suppliers, who are falling behind both in terms of product quality and quantity. We are working to solve this problem on our own. Our engineers are developing new units and systems for this entirely new tank and for intermediate versions. With the approval of the government, the first tanks could be displayed this summer at the Russian Defense Expo 2010 in Nizhny Tagil.
Although I can't reveal the tank's specifications, I would like to point out that we have met the technical requirements of the proposal in full as well as the requirements of the military.
Let's wait until summer, when you will most likely be able to see the new tank for yourself."
If the summer expo of the T-95 in Nizhny Tagil happens, Russia will become the first country to unveil a fifth-generation tank. This tank is expected to surpass all of its predecessors and rivals.
Despite the secrecy surrounding the T-95, some information has been leaked. It appears that the new tank will weigh about 55 metric tons and that it will have a remote-controlled turret with a 152-mm cannon capable of firing conventional rounds and guided missiles.
Tank design and performance, in addition to crew training, are becoming increasingly important at a time when Moscow has decided to reduce Russia's tank force from over 20,000 operational and reserve vehicles to 2,000 operational and 5,000-6,000 in reserve.
It becomes even more important when you consider the vastness of Russia's borderland as well as a hypothetical land conflict with a superior enemy. Consequently, the success of army reforms in Russia will largely depend on the success of the T-95 R&D program and subsequent tests.
does that mean T-95 not cancelled?
i think what ever is it, we may see it this summer,
Is there a reason this thread is still open? T-95 is cancelled.
so may be arjun t-90 evaluation should be retought and go for t-95.
if its from same platform as t-90 i think it will more like mki su-30 - compared to su-35 (((((((((((( just got to know its cancelled ) ))))))))
but hopefully its not the same project as next gen tank they had 2 diffrent tank projects/
T-95 is cancelled...
is there any official news of cancellation of T-95?
lets wait untill this Summer Arms Expo.
General Vladimir Popovkin, Chief of Armaments for the Russian Federation... you can't get any more official than that.
at this time russians cant make new main battle tank.
For next ten years the are going to modernize army with T90 and BMP 3s.
They are still using T62 in military conflicts.
they are going to show it in Summer expo,
they are not willing to take it in service for now.
Russia is doing two tank projects, one tank project for South Korea and other FMBT with India.
but these will not show results atleast untill 2015
may be Rus-SK project cancelled.
but source for F-MBT India-Russia tank project.
India, Russia: India, Russia Plan Joint Development of Smart Tank.
Actually what was said by the General Director was that it would be ready to show at the Summer expo "if the government" would allow it. Based on General Popovkin's statements, that isn't going to happen.
It isn't ready for service now, running a mockup around a tank field isn't anything close to an actual operational vehicle. Transmash tried to get funding from India and Saudi Arabia who both told them to choke on it.
Russia isn't working on either of those tank projects. South Koreans already have a tank better than Russia and the FMBT (Object 195) was rejected by India. India doesn't need Russia for tanks, Arjun is better than the T-90S it sells.
well the Arjun is 4th generation tank. but i am talking about future Gen tank, which is after 2020. but i am not sure about the project was rejected.
i will get you soon more info about that.
another T-95 description Pic.
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