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According to a table comparing the features of this device with other existing models with 10.5 meters in length, 3.4 meters in width and 3.4 meters in height, the device weighs 35 tons and is capable of 10 Take the passenger plus 3 crew members to the battlefield, slightly smaller than the EFV but 7 passengers less than that, because the middle part of the body is occupied by the propulsion and can not be used.
Unlike the EFV, which used two engines to move on land and sea (one with 850 horsepower on land and the other with 2,600 horsepower to move on water), this device uses a 1,500 horsepower gas turbine engine. (Although on another page of the presentation the number 2500 is mentioned, but it seems that 1500 is correct) which provides power for both waterjets and sands (only one of them at a time).
The speed of this device on land is supposed to reach 75 km / h, for EFV this number is 72.41 km / h, which is not much different. But the difference in water velocity is greater: 37 km / h for BMMP and 45 and 46 km / h for ZBD-2000 and EFV, respectively. There is a huge difference in terms of range on land: 300 km for BMMP and 500 and 523 km for ZBD-2000, EFV, BTR-82AM and BMP-3F, respectively, both 600 km. Blue range is 100 km for BMMP, 120 km for EFV (ZBD-2000 blue range not announced), 70 km for BMP-3F (7 hours at 10 km / h) and 120 km for BTR-82AM (duration 12). Hours at a speed of 10 km / h). In terms of range in water, we see a significant increase compared to BMP-3F, which is to be replaced by BMMP.
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In the discussion of firepower, due to the modularity of different turrets for different roles can be installed on this device (including Bakhcha-U, the famous BMP-3 turret, which ironically is the main sandy armored vehicle of the Russian Marines. The device is BMP-3F) and a variety of devices are to be built based on this platform, including self-propelled artillery, air defense missile launcher, command vehicle, etc., but the basic mode shown in the pictures It has a Kinzhal unmanned combat module, which is also mounted on the T-15 armored vehicle and has a 57 mm AU-220M main cannon with 80 projectiles (including slit armor projectiles with 100-120 mm RHA equivalent penetration at 60 degrees At a range of 1,500 meters) and a rate of 80 rounds per minute, and a 7.62 mm PKTM coaxial artillery with 1000 rounds (two guided anti-tank missiles are mounted on the T-15 next to the turret). The desired 57 mm cannon velocity is 1000 to 1500 meters per second and has a final range of 14.5 kilometers. The weight of the Kinjal combat module is more than 3850 kg.
In terms of protection, this armored vehicle has a 360-degree safety against the firing of 12.7-caliber anti-armor bullets from 100 meters, and in the positive-negative 22-degree front arc, it is able to repel 30mm 3UBR8 anti-tank projectiles fired from a distance of 300 meters. There is also a meter. It is also capable of repelling anti-tank missiles in positive and negative 90-degree arcs. It can withstand an explosion of up to 6 kg of explosives under or next to the body. The use of the Arena-M hard active defense system is also mentioned, which, if installed, will help to deal effectively with attacking projectiles.
This device is designed and built using the general experience of armored vehicles in different areas (from polar areas to deserts) to be able to move in all weather conditions and at any level. For example, due to the use of sand, the pressure exerted on the ground by this device is comparable to the pressure exerted on the ground by a foot soldier (pressure applied by the sand 0.85 to 0.9 kg / cm2, pressure Entered by the wheel 2.0 – 2.5 kg per square centimeter) and this helps to pass over weak soils and soft and unreliable soils. This device can also maintain its performance at a temperature of -60 to +50 degrees Celsius.

General Conclusions

  • Conducted search work showed the advantages of using a caterpillar mover in the theaters of military operations of the coastal troops of the Russian Navy.
  • JSC “Omsktransmash” together with the SPC SM at the Moscow State Technical University named after I.E. Bauman developed the concepts of a unified tracked platform and a marine corps combat vehicle based on it, which meet the requirements of the command of the coastal troops of the Russian Navy.
  • JSC “Omsktransmash” together with the SPC SM at the Moscow State Technical University named after I.E. Bauman are ready to conduct R&D in accordance with GOST B15. 203-2001 (working design documentation, prototypes, tests) in 2020-2022 after completion of R&D in 2019
  • JSC “Omsktransmash” guarantees the development of mass production of vehicles based on a unified tracked platform and production in the required quantity from 2023, as well as technical support throughout their entire life cycle.

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By Treadstone 71

@Treadstone71LLC Cyber intelligence, counterintelligence, Influence Operations, Cyber Operations, OSINT, Clandestine Cyber HUMINT, cyber intel and OSINT training and analysis, cyber psyops, strategic intelligence, Open-Source Intelligence collection, analytic writing, structured analytic techniques, Target Adversary Research, cyber counterintelligence, strategic intelligence analysis, estimative intelligence, forecasting intelligence, warning intelligence, threat intelligence