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[战略战术导弹] DF-41战略导弹

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oddvar 发表于 2014-7-27 23:53 | 显示全部楼层

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风语 发表于 2014-7-31 20:29 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 风语 于 2014-7-31 20:43 编辑

【官方机构透露DF-41战略导弹研制】陕西省环境监测中心站官方网站透露,该站6月份完成了“中航四院四十三所DF-41战略导弹研制保障条件先期启动(二期)竣工环保验收现场监测”工作,四十三研究所是我国固体火箭发动机复合材料壳体、喷管和大型复合材料导弹发射筒的主要承制单位
链接http://weibo.com/1714915392/Bg7XhsWtH?mod=weibotime

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花脸公 发表于 2014-7-31 21:22 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 花脸公 于 2014-8-1 20:45 编辑

同样是这个网站还说了东风26,xx-19,xx26

http://www.snemc.com/ePublic/htm ... 40307130800634.html




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ppdxymm 发表于 2014-8-1 00:30 | 显示全部楼层
估计是故意公开的,你看有些是直接写明DF,有些用××来表示
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oddvar 发表于 2014-8-1 10:16 | 显示全部楼层

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hqs 发表于 2014-8-1 11:26 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 hqs 于 2014-8-1 11:28 编辑

再加一个,从WC看到的。http://www.dsjunshi.net/forum.php?mod=viewtree&tid=768703&extra=page%3D3

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仇恨池 发表于 2014-8-27 20:20 | 显示全部楼层
目前关于DF-41的信息似乎始终没有什么重大事件帮忙印证,都是边角料。。。
lmclotho 发表于 2014-10-31 10:02 | 显示全部楼层
poweru235 发表于 2014-2-9 09:32
科工科技都有可能是这个logo

usua1joy 发表于 2014-12-17 21:36 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 usua1joy 于 2014-12-17 21:38 编辑
iew 发表于 2013-12-11 20:38
补充几个官泄的XX-41:

发现这个以及上面几个帖子透出了的几个东风41的配套厂都是航天科技的下属企业,子系统完全把科工集团的新四院等企业撇开了??
kktt 发表于 2014-12-18 20:47 | 显示全部楼层
2014年12月13日,DF-41试验了MIRV

http://freebeacon.com/national-s ... -multiple-warheads/


China Tests ICBM With Multiple Warheads
Clinton-era tech transfer aided multi-warhead program

BY: Bill Gertz       
December 18, 2014 5:00 am

China carried out a long-range missile flight test on Saturday using multiple, independently targetable reentry vehicles, or MIRVs, according to U.S. defense officials.

The flight test Saturday of a new DF-41 missile, China’s longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile, marks the first test of multiple warhead capabilities for China, officials told the Washington Free Beacon.

China has been known to be developing multiple-warhead technology, which it obtained from the United States illegally in the 1990s.

However, the Dec. 13 DF-41 flight test, using an unknown number of inert maneuvering warheads, is being viewed by U.S. intelligence agencies as a significant advance for China’s strategic nuclear forces and part of a build-up that is likely to affect the strategic balance of forces.

China’s nuclear arsenal is estimated to include around 240 very large warheads. That number is expected to increase sharply as the Chinese deploy new multiple-warhead missiles.

The current deployed U.S. strategic warhead arsenal includes 1,642 warheads. All 450 Minuteman III missiles have been modified to no longer carry MIRVs. However, Trident II submarine-launched missiles can carry up to 14 MIRVs per missile.

Additionally, the development of China’s multiple warhead technology was assisted by illegal transfers of technology from U.S. companies during the Clinton administration, according to documents and officials familiar with the issue.

Details of the flight test and the number of dummy warheads used during it could not be learned.

However, the DF-41 has been assessed by the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC), the intelligence community’s primary missile spy center, as capable of carrying up to 10 warheads.

Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Jeff Pool declined to comment on the DF-41 test. “We encourage greater PRC transparency regarding their defense investments and objectives to avoid miscalculation,” Pool said in response to questions about the Chinese missile launch.

China’s government has made no mention of the test, which was carried out at an unknown missile test facility. Past tests of the DF-41 have been carried out at the Wuzhai Missile and Space Testing facility, located about 250 miles southwest of Beijing.

A report made public earlier this month by a congressional China commission stated that the DF-41 will be able to carry up to 10 warheads and is expected to be deployed next year.

“The DF-41, which could be deployed as early as 2015, may carry up to 10 MIRVs, and have a maximum range as far as 7,456 miles, allowing it to target the entire continental United States,” the report said. “In addition, some sources claim China has modified the DF–5 and the DF–31A to be able to carry MIRVs.”

China also conducted a flight test in late September of another long-range missile, called the DF-31B that also could be outfitted to carry MIRVs.

“China could use MIRVs to deliver nuclear warheads on major U.S. cities and military facilities as a means of overwhelming U.S. ballistic missile defenses,” the report by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission said.

NASIC intelligence analyst Lee Fuell told the commission that China’s mobile MIRV-modified missiles provide greater targeting with fewer missiles and allow for a larger reserve of missiles during a conflict.

“China is likely to employ a blend of these three as MIRVs become available, simultaneously increasing their ability to engage desired targets while holding a greater number of weapons in reserve,” Fuell was quoted as saying in the report.

A classified NASIC report dated Dec. 10, 1996 stated that China developed a “smart dispenser” for launching multiple satellites using technology developed under a contract with Motorola to launch Iridium communications satellites. The technology transfer was approved by the administration of President Bill Clinton.

“An initial NAIC study determined that a minimally-modified [smart dispenser] stage could be used on a ballistic missile as a multiple-reentry vehicle post-boost vehicle” that could be used for multiple warheads “with relatively minor changes.”

In 2000, the State Department fined Lockheed Martin Corp. $13 million for improperly exporting weapons data on the rocket technology used in multiple-warhead missiles

The U.S. data was provided to China’s state-run Great Wall Industries, a missile manufacturer, through a Hong Kong company called Asiasat and used in systems called expendable perigee kick motors—a key element used in MIRV guidance.

The kick motors are used to position a multiple warhead “bus” or stage as part of the targeting process.

The transfers were made under loosened export controls by the Clinton administration beginning in 1993.

Larry Wortzel, a former military intelligence official who specialized on China, said the Chinese military has been working on a MIRV-modified DF-41 for a number of years.

Wortzel said Chinese military research literature has documented work on the DF-41 but the Pentagon “has been reluctant to discuss or confirm these developments.”

“The United States is now threatened with a more deadly and survivable nuclear force that makes our weak ballistic missile defenses less effective,” Wortzel said. “We need to improve our own defenses and modernize our own deterrent force as the Chinese are doing.”

Rick Fisher, a specialist on the Chinese military, said the advent of China’s MIRV capability should mark the end of U.S. efforts to reduce the number of nuclear warheads.

“The Chinese have not and likely will not disclose their nuclear warhead buildup plans, Russia is modernizing its nuclear forces across the board and violating the INF treaty with new classes of missiles, so it would be suicidal for the Washington to pursue a new round of nuclear reductions as is this administration’s preference.”

Fisher, with the International Assessment and Strategy Center, said China may deploy a combination of single-warhead and multiple warhead DF-41s, with the single warhead version carrying a huge “city buster” multi-megaton bombs.

“The beginning of China’s move toward multiple warhead-armed nuclear missiles is proof that today, arms control is failing to increase the security of Americans,” Fisher said. “Instead, it is time to be rebuilding U.S. nuclear warfighting capabilities, to include new mobile ICBMs, new medium range missiles and new tactical nuclear missile systems.”

Georgetown University Professor Phillip Karber has studied China’s nuclear forces and believes its arsenal is far larger than the U.S. intelligence estimate of 240.

“The Chinese development of the DF-41 has been a long term, methodical process,” Karber said. “However, if as we suspect they are going to put a MIRVed version of the missile on both rail and road-mobile launchers, the number of reentry vehicles could grow quite rapidly depending on the number of warheads they end up putting on the missiles.”

The DF-41 was revealed inadvertently by the Chinese government last summer when details, including the fact that it will be a multi-warhead missile, appeared on a provincial government website before being quickly censored and removed.

The Shaanxi provincial government announced June 13 in a progress report on its Environmental Monitoring Center Station that the DF-41 missile was among its projects.

“On-site monitoring for Phase Two of the project’s final environmental assessment and approval of support conditions for the development of the DF-41 strategic missile by the 43rd Institute of the 4th Academy of Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) was initiated,” the notice said. AVIC is China’s state-owned aerospace and defense conglomerate.

A state-run Global Times report, also later censored and taken offline, quoted a Chinese expert as saying the missile will carry multiple warheads.

The flight test Saturday was the third such test for the new DF-41. The Free Beacon first reported the second flight test of the missile in December 2013. The first flight test was carried out July 24, 2012

After several years of silence on the DF-41, the Pentagon disclosed the existence of the new missile in its latest annual report on the Chinese military, made public in June.

“China also is developing a new road-mobile ICBM known as the Dong Feng-41 (DF-41), possibly capable of carrying multiple independently targetable re-entry vehicles (MIRV),” the report says.
折翅的鹰 发表于 2014-12-18 22:10 | 显示全部楼层
kktt 发表于 2014-12-18 20:47
2014年12月13日,DF-41试验了MIRV

http://freebeacon.com/national-security/china-tests-icbm-with-mul ...

英文看不懂,那位高手翻译一下?12.13没有发射吧?难道是地面试验MIRV或者用CZ-2C试验?
JK-SETI 发表于 2014-12-19 00:20 | 显示全部楼层
The flight test Saturday of a new DF-41 missile, China’s longest-range intercontinental ballistic missile, marks the first test of multiple warhead capabilities for China, officials told the Washington Free Beacon.
这才是“第一次试射多弹头”。这也是与之前美国的评估一致的(所以同“DF-5B的争论”也是有关的)

...... the test, which was carried out at an unknown missile test facility
试射场地是某未知设施————————这个很奇怪。


kktt 发表于 2014-12-19 00:45 | 显示全部楼层
JK-SETI 发表于 2014-12-19 00:20
The flight test Saturday of a new DF-41 missile, China’s longest-range intercontinental ballistic m ...

我理解是消息源没有告诉Gertz试射的地点,美国军方肯定是知道试射地点的。

应该还是在25基地进行的。
zhyuli 发表于 2014-12-19 08:51 来自航空航天港手机版! | 显示全部楼层
JK-SETI 发表于 2014-12-19 00:20
The flight test Saturday of a new DF-41 missile, China’s longest-range intercontinental ballistic m ...

准确的讲,原文表达的是”第一次独立分导式多弹头”试验,而不是多弹头试验,多弹头试验我记得cz4就做过
lvshoutao 发表于 2014-12-19 10:41 来自航空航天港手机版! | 显示全部楼层
zhyuli 发表于 2014-12-19 08:51
准确的讲,原文表达的是”第一次独立分导式多弹头”试验,而不是多弹头试验,多弹头试验我记得cz4就做过

cz4没做过这种试验,这些试验也用不着长征四啊,一般都是长二丙试验
squallgzy 发表于 2014-12-19 17:26 来自航空航天港手机版! | 显示全部楼层
DF5B到底是怎么回事,五角大楼一直没提
jameswu 发表于 2014-12-19 18:07 | 显示全部楼层
美媒:中国成功试射东风-41 首测分导式多弹头



美媒:中国试射多弹头洲际导弹

美情报部门视之为中国战略核武器技术的重大进步

常年紧盯中国军事技术发展的“华盛顿自由灯塔”网站18日爆料称,中国于13日成功进行了一次“东风-41”洲际导弹试射。报道称,这次非同寻常的试射中测试了多弹头独立重返大气层载具(MIRV)技术,意味着“中国首次完成洲际导弹多弹头战斗部试验”。

报道称,中国从上世纪90年代就开始发展多弹头技术。12月13日发射的“东风-41”导弹使用了数目不明的机动假弹头,美国情报部门将此视为中国战略核武器技术的重大进步,有可能影响地区的战略平衡。但美国防部发言人杰弗中校拒绝对此次试验发表意见。他表示,“我们敦促中国在国防投资和目标方面更加透明,以避免误判。”

文章称,13日进行的试验是“东风-41”的第3次发射,前两次试验分别在2013年12月和2012年7月进行。与以往不同的是,最近这次发射证实了美国长久以来的忧虑。美国国防部在2014年6月发布的年度报告中确认,“中国正在开发一种新型公路机动弹道导弹,代号‘东风-41(DF-41)’,该导弹可能具备分导多弹头投放能力。”报道称,中国方面没有报道此次试验,但以往“东风-41”导弹发射试验是在北京西南的五寨导弹航天测试设施进行。美国国会报告此前认为,“东风-41”可携带10枚分弹头,射程达7456英里,足以覆盖美国全境,有望在2015年开始部署。该报告还宣称,中国正在改进另外两种洲际导弹“东风-5”和“东风-31A”,使其也具备携带多弹头的能力;2013年9月,中国还试验过另一种远程导弹“东风-31B”,这种导弹也可携带多弹头。美国估计中国核武库中约有240枚核弹头,“随着中国部署新型多弹头弹道导弹,这一数字将会快速增加”。

据介绍,洲际导弹携带核弹头有多种模式,其中单弹头是一枚导弹携带一个弹头,只能攻击一个目标;多弹头重返大气层载具(MRV)是一枚导弹带多个分弹头,但所有分弹头只能打击同一目标;而MIRV是MRV的升级版本,携带的分弹头可以打击多个不同目标。美中经济和安全评估委员会认为,“中国可能将多弹头导弹用于向美国主要城市和军事设施投放核弹头,作为对抗美国弹道导弹防御系统的手段。”美国国家航空航天情报中心分析人士李弗尔在谈及此次试验时表示,多弹头能让中国用较少的导弹攻击更多的目标。


密切关注中国的前五角大楼情报官员拉里沃泽尔说,中国已经花费数年时间研究“东风-41”的多弹头技术。“美国如今受到更可怕且更具生存性的核威胁,这种威胁会让我们原本脆弱的弹道导弹防御效能更为削弱。美国需要改善防御能力,像中国那样对我们的威慑力量进行现代化升级。”专门研究中国军事问题的美国专家费舍尔表示,中国开发弹道导弹多弹头技术成功标志着美国缩减核弹头努力的终结。“华盛顿自由灯塔”网站称,目前美国战略核武库拥有1642个核弹头,全部450枚“民兵-3”洲际导弹都已改为不再携带分导式多弹头,但“三叉戟-2”潜射导弹可以携带多达14枚分导式多弹头。

中国国际问题研究院研究员滕建群18日告诉《环球时报》记者,很多拥有核武器的国家都在进行多弹头独立重返大气层载具试验,美俄已经搞了很多年。中国此类试验之所以引发关注,是因为现在中国的尖端武器进展是美军密切追踪的,并且引发对中国可能改变冲突中不首先使用核武器政策的担忧。滕建群表示,至于这类武器对美是否构成威胁,主要取决于美方,中国防御型的军事战略决定中国不可能首先向美国进行核打击。而且中美两国已经签署了建立重大军事行动相互通报信任措施机制的谅解备忘录。
JK-SETI 发表于 2014-12-19 18:22 | 显示全部楼层
zhyuli 发表于 2014-12-19 08:51
准确的讲,原文表达的是”第一次独立分导式多弹头”试验,而不是多弹头试验,多弹头试验我记得cz4就做过

80年代CZ-4“一箭三星”从来没有被美国官方用来做为“集束式多弹头MRV”能力的证据
望天观海 发表于 2014-12-21 22:26 | 显示全部楼层
名词都很考究。
poweru235 发表于 2014-12-22 03:48 | 显示全部楼层
jameswu 发表于 2014-12-19 18:07
美媒:中国成功试射东风-41 首测分导式多弹头

7456英里 换算后是 11999.268864        千米 显然是 12000千米换算过去的  为什么报道时要费劲的转换单位呢? 如果使用英制 应该得出类似7450 或者7500英里之类的说法
某非是情报来源使用的是千米 媒体报道时转换成了"蹩脚""亲民"的英制? 令人费解

不好意思 跑题了
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