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Russian Submarine TK-208 Dmitri Donskoi
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! RFS Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208) is a Russian Navy nuclear ballistic missile submarine, designated Project 941 Akula class (NATO reporting name Typhoon). Hull number TK-208 was the lead vessel of the Soviet third generation Project 941 Akula class (NATO reporting name Typhoon) of ballistic missile submarines. She was laid down at the Severodvinsk shipyards on March 3, 1977 and launched on September 23, 1980. At 175 metres in length, she became the world's largest submarine, a record which she still holds today along with her five sister ships. In 1990, she entered the dry dock in Severodvinsk for upgrades and repairs. Due to both economic and technological problems, the completion was severely postponed. In 2000, work on her was intensified.

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Russian Submarine K-239 Carp
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! K-239 Karp (Russian: ) is a Russian Sierra class submarine built at Gorky and was later towed to Severodvinsk for completion. She was launched in July 1986 and was commissioned in September 1987. K-239 has remained in a drydock since its February 11, 1992 collision with USS Baton Rouge (SSN-689). The Sierra I class (NATO reporting name) or Project 945 ( /Barrakuda) nuclear submarine was the Soviet Union's successor class to the partly successful Project 705 Lira (Alfa) class submarine. The Sierra class has a light and strong titanium pressure hull which enables the class to dive to greater depths, reduce the level of radiated noise and increase resistance to torpedo attacks. The Sierra II class (NATO reporting name) or Project 945A ( /Kondor) nuclear submarine was a high tensile strength steel design.

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Severodvinsk
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Severodvinsk (Russian: ?????????????) is a city in Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia, located in the delta of the Northern Dvina, 35 kilometers (22 mi) west of Arkhangelsk. The town was founded as Sudostroy (?????????). Population has declined in recent years (201,551 (2002 Census), 248,670 (1989 Census)). The territories around the North Dvina were discovered at the start of the first millennium by Vikings. British and Norman. ships came to these places for mining, fur and fishing before the 13th century, but later the climate became colder and access to the northern seas became closed. The settlement on the site of modern Severodvinsk was first mentioned in 1419, when the Swedes sailed into the bay and burnt down the Nikolo-Korelsky Monastery that stood by the shore. This monastery is believed to have been founded by St. Euphemius, an Orthodox missionary in Karelia. The abbey stood in ruins until 1471, when two sons of Marfa Boretskaya died in a vicious storm, their bodies were recovered on the beach near the monastery twelve days later. At the urging of Boretskaya, the monastery was restored and her sons were buried there.

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Russian Submarine Kazan (Graney Class)
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Kazan is a Russian nuclear attack submarine of the Yasen-class submarine. It is the second boat of the project, as from the first it is separated by 16 years (1993-2009) considerable changes are made to its design. The submarine project has been developed in design office "Malachite" in Saint Petersburg. The Russian navy command has declared that the submarine will be improved in comparison with Severodvinsk submarine the first Yasen class submarine. Differences in the project have appeared sufficient to consider it as a new updated version (Yasen-M Russian: - ).

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Russian Submarine Vladimir Monomakh
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The RFS Vladimir Monomakh (Russian: ) is a Russian submarine of the fourth generation Borei class (Project 955) currently under construction. It is named after Vladimir Monomakh (1053-1125), the Grand Duke of Kievan Rus'. The project was developed by the Rubin Design Bureau, and the chief designer was Sergey Kovalev. The keel was laid down on 19 March 2006 at the Sevmashpredpriyatiye shipyard in Severodvinsk. The submarine will be armed with 16 of the newest submarine-launched ballistic missile developed in Russia, the Bulava (NATO designation SS-NX-30). The Vladimir Monomakh and its sister ships will replace the Delta class in the Russian Navy.

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Russian Submarine K-407 Novomoskovsk
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Novomoskovsk (K-407) is a Project 667BDRM Delfin-class ballistic missile submarine (NATO reporting name "Delta-IV") of the Russian Navy's Northern Fleet. Construction of the nuclear submarine K-407 Novomoskovsk began at the Northern Engineering Plant (Sevmash) in Severodvinsk in November 1989, and it became part of the Soviet Navy on November 27, 1990. She was the last of seven 667BDRM Delfin submarines and the last SSBN submarine built in USSR. This class of submarines was developed at the Rubin Design Bureau in 1975 and is considered one of the most successful Soviet underwater missile carrier designs. The submarine has a submerged displacement of 18,200 tons and a surface displacement of 11,700 tons. It is 167 m long and 11.7 m wide. It is powered by two OK-700A nuclear reactors with a total power of 180 MW. The submarine's immersion depth is 400 m, its surface speed is 14 knots, and its underwater speed is 24 knots. It carries a crew of 135.

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Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Related P...
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The Advanced Research Workshop on "Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Related Problems" was held at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia on June 19-22, 1995. On June 17 and 18, 1995 some of the workshop participants visited the Zwezdochka Shipyard at Severodvinsk which is a repair and dismantlement facility for Russian nuclear submarines. Attendance at the workshop was approximately 115 with participants from Russia, United States, France, Norway, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, and Germany. The workshop was sponsored by the Disarmament Panel of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Science Committee. The sponsorship and the financial support of NATO is gratefully acknowledged. The workshop was organized in Russia by the Nuclear Safety Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IBRAE). The efforts of many individuals from IBRAE in producing both a technically challenging workshop and an almost flawless one are also gratefully acknowledged. In addition, the support of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the State Committee of the Russian Federation on Defense Technologies, the Ministry of the Russian Federation on Atomic Energy, the Navy of the Russian Federation, and the United States Department of Energy is acknowledged. xi CURRENT STATUS OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINE DECOMMISSIONING PROBLEMS OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINE DECOMMISSIONING AND RECYCLING N. I. SHUMKOV State Committee for Defense Industry (Goseomoboronprom) Moscow, Russia 1. General Description of the Problem Undoubtedly, the problem of nuclear submarine decommissioning and recycling has been worrying Russian civil and military specialists involved in development, building and operation of submarines for many years.

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Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Related P...
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The Advanced Research Workshop on 'Nuclear Submarine Decommissioning and Related Problems' was held at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia on June 19-22, 1995. On June 17 and 18, 1995 some of the workshop participants visited the Zwezdochka Shipyard at Severodvinsk which is a repair and dismantlement facility for Russian nuclear submarines. Attendance at the workshop was approximately 115 with participants from Russia, United States, France, Norway, Canada, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, and Germany. The workshop was sponsored by the Disarmament Panel of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Science Committee. The sponsorship and the financial support of NATO is gratefully acknowledged. The workshop was organized in Russia by the Nuclear Safety Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IBRAE). The efforts of many individuals from IBRAE in producing both a technically challenging workshop and an almost flawless one are also gratefully acknowledged. In addition, the support of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the State Committee of the Russian Federation on Defense Technologies, the Ministry of the Russian Federation on Atomic Energy, the Navy of the Russian Federation, and the United States Department of Energy is acknowledged. xi CURRENT STATUS OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINE DECOMMISSIONING PROBLEMS OF NUCLEAR SUBMARINE DECOMMISSIONING AND RECYCLING N. I. SHUMKOV State Committee for Defense Industry (Goseomoboronprom) Moscow, Russia 1. General Description of the Problem Undoubtedly, the problem of nuclear submarine decommissioning and recycling has been worrying Russian civil and military specialists involved in development, building and operation of submarines for many years.

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