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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #180 on: 03/25/2013 12:33 PM »
NK-33A test firing:
http://www.tltnews.ru/obl_news/59/403945/
I don't know Russian, but from the machine translation I can't quite get if they were testing the automatic shutdown system or they had an off nominal situation and the engine shutdown.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #181 on: 03/25/2013 12:34 PM »
I don't know Russian, but from the machine translation I can't quite get if they were testing the automatic shutdown system or they had an off nominal situation and the engine shutdown.
I do know Russian but I wasn't able to figure that part out either ;D

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« Reply #182 on: 03/25/2013 07:03 PM »
Please be patient as a translation in English for the following is being developed at this time and may be posted at some point over the next few days.

Article to be translated into English:
NK-33A test firing:
http://www.tltnews.ru/obl_news/59/403945/

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #183 on: 03/25/2013 07:37 PM »

My Russian is a little rusty, but my translation is roughly this:

They performed the next test of the engine, this time with added systems for protection from off-nominal situations.

The goal was to test the reliability of the protection system of the rocket engine.
During the test of the NK-33A engine after reaching the maximum values of the off-nominal shutdown sensor, the control function of the engine worked on time. The engine was shutdown at the necessary moment.

The check of the engine protection systems will be continued. The next test is planned soon.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #184 on: 03/26/2013 07:45 AM »
http://motor-s.ru/motor_new/index.php?siteid=0160

March 23, 2013
The protective system of NK-33A successfully worked

On Friday evening, the specialists of "Kuznetsov" conducted another test of NK-33A by a customer. This time - with the connected device disaster recovery stage.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #185 on: 04/08/2013 06:46 AM »
Hmmm the Russians are dumping the NK-33 after Soyuz-2-1v's first few flights in favor of the RD-191 derived RD-193!? That sounds like a big change the rocket doesn't it?  ???

http://www.novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/news/7229/
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« Reply #186 on: 04/09/2013 10:56 AM »
http://motor-s.ru/motor_new/index.php?siteid=171
Google translate:

Conduct a new test engine NK-33A
March 30, 2013

As promised last week to test complex of "Kuznetsov" specialists of the company held a regular fire test of NK-33A. Re - the connected device emergency protection level.

This is the third acceptance testing engine NK-33A in the year. As you know, the engine is designed for the planned flight tests as part of the launch rocket "Soyuz-2-1v." The tests were on the planned scheme, the NK-33A has once again demonstrated the reliability of key characteristics. Immediately after the fire test, this engine was sent to the assembly plant for the production of the final preparations for the handover.

Recall the previous testing of the product took place March 22, 2013.

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #189 on: 04/24/2013 07:58 PM »
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« Reply #190 on: 06/03/2013 10:05 PM »
A source writing on the "Globalnaya Avantyura" forum reports that the second attempted test firing of a Soyuz-2-1v first stage at the facilities of NITs RKP in Peresvet today ended with the stage shutting down 50 seconds ahead of schedule. The problem reportedly was not with the NK-33A main engine, but with the RD-110R steering engine. This is just preliminary information, no official confirmation yet.

http://www.avanturist.org/forum/topic/101/offset/6900/

During the first test firing on 16 August last year the stage shut down less than 10 seconds into a scheduled 200 second test firing. The tail section was damaged in the incident, forcing the stage to be shipped back to TsSKB/Progress in Samara for repairs.   




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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #191 on: 06/04/2013 12:43 PM »
http://www.itar-tass.com/c9/759611.html

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In Podmoskov'e have successfully completed the first test firing unit carrier rocket light class "Soyuz-2-1v", produced in the Samara Space Center rocket "Progress Samara Space Center." This was reported today by the press service of the Samara engine-enterprise "Kuznetsov".

The tests were conducted on the basis of Research and Testing Center aerospace industry in Relight the Moscow region. The purpose of the test firing was to develop the propulsion system in the block of the first stage, including cruise missile engine NK-33A development and production of "Smiths".

"The engine operated in accordance with the standard patterns, and the logic operation of all systems of the rocket block, confirming its reliability. Past fire tests - is another major step towards the flight test rocket" Soyuz-2-1v ", - the press-service of the the enterprise.
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« Reply #192 on: 06/05/2013 07:25 AM »
A contributor to the "Novosti kosmonavtiki" forum writes that the stage did shut down about 50 seconds earlier than planned (150 seconds into a scheduled 202 second burn) due to a leak in one of the propellant lines leading to the RD-110R steering engine. However, because this is a test stand version of the engine some of the connections in the propellant lines are not standard (using bolts rather than welds) and therefore the test is still considered a success.

http://novosti-kosmonavtiki.ru/forum/forum13/topic9953/?PAGEN_1=170

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #193 on: 06/08/2013 07:08 AM »
First launch now planned in September: http://ria.ru/science/20130608/942207144.html
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« Reply #194 on: 06/09/2013 11:30 AM »
First launch now planned in September: http://ria.ru/science/20130608/942207144.html

Is he saying that a they will also launch a military kosmos satellite on 2.1v?

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« Reply #195 on: 06/09/2013 05:58 PM »
Is he saying that a they will also launch a military kosmos satellite on 2.1v?

No.

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« Reply #196 on: 06/18/2013 09:20 PM »
per Anik's link
 
 
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« Reply #197 on: 07/31/2013 05:37 PM »
http://www.nic-rkp.ru/

Lots of pictures of recent tests.  :)

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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #198 on: 08/10/2013 03:44 PM »
Is the first flight still on track for launch next month?

I am now betting one 3 month L2 subscription that the F9 v1.1 will fly before this one. Anyone following?  ::)
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Re: Soyuz-2-1v Launcher (formerly Soyuz-1)
« Reply #199 on: 08/10/2013 05:16 PM »
first half of October two calibration spheres SKRL-756, Aist No. 1 Soyuz-2-1V/Volga Plesetsk 43/4

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