Space Techs Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

 

Polymeric composite materials (PCM) that are used in constructing of space shuttles are lightweight and strong. Now those technologies are migrating to other spheres of usage. Aviation is among them.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

At the entrance to the company there are examples of composite sections of the Soviet space shuttle “Buran”.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

A workshop for manufacturing composite structures.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Here the machining of design and tooling for composite materials are being produced.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The company is involved in two major projects related to aviation technology. It is the creation of future aircraft MS21.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Processing of panel  for future PD-14 engine (“Perm Motors”), which will be installed on MS21

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Prepregs – composite materials of semi-finished carbon fiber, or on the basis of glass fiber impregnated with a special binder.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Ready panel for prototype engine, which will be tested.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Automated tape for laying prepreg to composite structures was launched in 1985 and until last year was the only unit in Russia

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Installation puts sheathing part. Finished detail has size of 7 meters and a weight of 50 kg.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Week and a half goes to make one stringer panel

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Here the details of wing panels of the Su-47 “Berkut” are produced.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

“The area of producing panels for spacecrafts.”

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

There are stringent requirements for temperature, humidity, and dust.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

At the moment there are at about 27 satellites in space with elements of Obninsk “Technology”.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Production of large skins for nose cones of missiles “Proton”, “Rokot”, “Angara”.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Autoclave require the temperature of 175 C for the gluing.7 hours assigned to all at a certain mode and speed. Stitch mode lasts three hours.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

NTD(non-destructive contol of spacecraft coverage) area

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The nosecone of “Proton” has a total height of about 16 meters, diameter of 4350, total weight a little more than a ton. Metal same design would weigh more than two tons.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The holding produce 28 units of the wing and the fuselage of the RMB to the multipurpose fighter T-50 (PAK FA), but to show them to the public is prohibited.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Special glass is being produced there also.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Filters, quartz glass

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The glass for trains is producing and testing in the plant.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

Test hall with the launcher PU132.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

PU132 (where 132 – diameter of the inner barrel) can throw stones, metal bars, ice balls at a rate of 100 to 1900 km / h. Aslo there is an vandal-proof test, in which it shoots a bottle.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

But the main propelling object is a bird.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The cab of Ka-62 with the trace of a pound bird strike.

Space Techs  Go into Aviation

The tested models of aircraft’s cabin windows are in the backyard.

In 2013 there were made​​ panels: for 27 satellites, that now works in space, for 10 carrier rockets “Proton-M’, 2 rockets “Angara-5”.

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