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The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, inspected the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies of the Military Training and Research Center of the Navy in Lomonosov. He held a working meeting at the institute with the participation of the leadership of the VUNC of the Navy, the heads of the command and control bodies of the High Command of the Navy, the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies.

At the meeting, the report of the Deputy Head of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies of the VUNC of the Navy for scientific work, Captain 1st Rank Yevgeny Taranukha, on the main results of the scientific activities of the Institute was heard. Also at the meeting, the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy was informed that, in accordance with the scientific work plan for 2020, the institute is carrying out about 40 research projects, for a number of which it is the main executor, and provides military scientific support for a number of R&D projects within the framework of the State Defense Order.

Over the past three years, the institute’s specialists have submitted 35 applications for inventions and utility models, received 30 patents and implemented more than 30 rationalization proposals.

As it was noted at the meeting under the leadership of the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, – “One of the significant results of scientific research of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies over the past 5 years has become, developed by specialists of the Institute and approved by the Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation in 2014,“ Concept for the development of a search and rescue -Marine fleet for the period up to 2025 “. Over the past 5 years, the Institute has revised 14 regulatory legal documents in the field of search and rescue support of the Navy.

The Institute substantiated the technical requirements for the creation of mobile rescue systems of modular design, allowing them to be placed on non-specialized vessels, including icebreakers to build up the capabilities of the search and rescue support forces. The implementation of this scientific work was the manufacture of serial mobile complexes.

The Institute has developed and experimentally tested new modes of deep-water diving diving to a depth of 500 meters. The implementation of these works was the establishment of a national record for the safe development of a depth of 416 meters in sea conditions.

The staff of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies has developed an instruction for conducting therapeutic recompression in case of occupational diving diseases and a program for automatically selecting the therapeutic recompression mode, which allows in the shortest possible time to select the optimal therapeutic recompression mode from the existing ones in the Navy. The developed modes can be used in any available pressure chambers.

As it was reported to Admiral Nikolai Evmenov at a meeting at the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies, the Institute staff substantiated the technical requirements for the new generation submariner’s rescue equipment and new ventilated diving equipment. The implementation of these works was the manufacture of rescue equipment for a new generation submariner. At the experimental research base, the institute specialists carried out more than 300 exits through the torpedo tube and the escape hatch.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, during an inspection of the institute, examined the scientific and experimental base of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies of the Navy. In particular, – barocomplexes, a hydrobaric complex for experimental research to develop technologies for deep-water saturated diving diving to depths of up to 500 meters, a diving pool designed for diving operations, testing, training operators of rigid diving suits and remote-controlled unmanned underwater vehicles of the inspection class. (The pool includes a flow simulator that allows you to simulate a diver’s work in flow conditions, a water treatment and purification system, an underwater video surveillance system and a caisson for underwater welding and metal cutting)

The Commander-in-Chief of the Navy was shown the work of the hydrorecompression complex and an experimental complex of rescue devices for a submarine, intended for research and testing of the exit of personnel from an emergency submarine lying on the ground. The complex is equipped with full-scale models of a torpedo tube and a submarine’s escape hatch.

Admiral Nikolay Evmenov, during the inspection of the Institute, also examined the mobile complexes of remotely controlled underwater vehicles

When setting tasks for the leadership of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies, Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov, noted “The Institute’s specialists will continue to take part in exercises and other training activities for the Navy. In 2020, more than 30% of the Institute’s servicemen were involved in the Ocean Shield exercise in the Northern, Pacific and Baltic fleets and in a special exercise on special types of naval support in the Black Sea Fleet and the Caspian Flotilla. “

“One of the most important tasks of the Institute for the future will remain the military-scientific support of military shipbuilding, in its segment, as well as military-scientific support of ship-lifting operations and testing of new marine rescue equipment. The work of the Research Institute of Rescue and Underwater Technologies must keep pace with the development of scientific and technological progress in the field of rescue at sea, “- emphasized the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy.

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