The torpedo exploded! The impact test of the aircraft carrier is a necessary pass before the actual combat

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 The torpedo exploded! The impact test of the aircraft carrier is a necessary pass before the actual combat


The chairman of the Senate Military Committee, John McCain, said in April 5th, the Ministry of defense is preparing to test the impact of the Ford nuclear carrier, the president of the Senate Military Committee said in April 5th. Completing the comprehensive impact test before the first operational deployment will help to solve the reliability concerns caused by the untested technology on the carrier. Before the US Navy was worried about the delay in the deployment of the new aircraft carrier, it was advised not to carry out the test Ford, and postponed the launch of the Kennedy (the Ford 2, which will be launched in 2020). So what does the impact test include? How important is it to the trial of the new aircraft carrier? The picture shows us navys newest nuclear powered aircraft carrier, Ford class first ship Ford (CVN-78). BDT initially belonged to the new carriers first deployment test project, usually carried out by US Navy personnel. But from the US Navys Roosevelt (CVN-71, Nimitz class 4, delivered to the navy in October 1986) the nuclear carrier began, changed to the first deployment, and its BDT was completed in 1987. The specific testing steps of BDT are as follows: the testers first record the status of the aircraft carrier under the impact of underwater shock, and record the sea condition and climate conditions of the day, complete the testing of the explosive in the water buoy and underwater device, and prepare for the detonation; after the explosives are in place, the aircraft carrier will start to reverse the position in the battle position. At the time, the tape recorder, the dynamic image camera and other recording instruments were set up on the ship. The field commander ordered the explosive to detonate, and the instrument recorded the conditions of the aircraft carrier under the shock of the simulated mine and the torpedo explosion. After the impact of the aircraft carrier, all the shipborne combat systems were run and the systems were detected after the attack. The operation status and records are recorded; the damage management personnel begin to troubleshoot the damaged parts of the aircraft carrier and record the damaged condition. From the above steps, it is not difficult to see that BDT is based on the actual combat standard to test the new aircraft carrier. It is the final inspection before the service of the new aircraft carrier of the United States Navy, and it can also be understood as the must pass before the actual combat. Perhaps the first Chinese 001A aircraft carrier will experience this baptism before coming to service, and people can wait and see. (text / Huang Jinyi): the source of this article: Reference News Editor: Li Xi _NN2587 BDT initially belonged to the new carriers first deployment test project, usually carried out by US Navy personnel. But from the US Navys Roosevelt (CVN-71, Nimitz class 4, delivered to the navy in October 1986) the nuclear carrier began, changed to the first deployment, and its BDT was completed in 1987. The specific testing steps of BDT are as follows: the testers first record the status of the aircraft carrier under the impact of underwater shock, and record the sea condition and climate conditions of the day, complete the testing of the explosive in the water buoy and underwater device, and prepare for the detonation; after the explosives are in place, the aircraft carrier will start to reverse the position in the battle position. At the time, the tape recorder, the dynamic image camera and other recording instruments were set up on the ship. The field commander ordered the explosive to detonate, and the instrument recorded the conditions of the aircraft carrier under the shock of the simulated mine and the torpedo explosion. After the impact of the aircraft carrier, all the shipborne combat systems were run and the systems were detected after the attack. The operation status and records are recorded; the damage management personnel begin to troubleshoot the damaged parts of the aircraft carrier and record the damaged condition. From the above steps, it is not difficult to see that BDT is based on the actual combat standard to test the new aircraft carrier. It is the final inspection before the service of the new aircraft carrier of the United States Navy, and it can also be understood as the must pass before the actual combat. Perhaps the first Chinese 001A aircraft carrier will experience this baptism before coming to service, and people can wait and see. (Wen / Huang Jinyi)