Russia refused to sell a unique alloy for aircraft carriers to China


The nuances of the production of Russian high-quality steel have long been the object of interest of Chinese specialists. However, Russia refuses China to sell durable alloys for warships. It is reported by the Chinese edition of Sohu.


The alloys used on aircraft carriers differ from ordinary metals - they have increased resistance to corrosion and withstand heavy loads. Due to China’s tense relations with the United States and European countries, it has become difficult for Beijing to acquire such Technology have Western partners, therefore, the Chinese authorities have high hopes for Russia in this regard. However, Moscow refused to offer the Chinese to reveal the secrets of a unique alloy for ships.

The decks of aircraft carriers need steel of special quality. During landing, the deck of an aircraft carrier is subject to increased load. For these reasons, such ships need high strength steel. China could not agree with specialists from the Russian Federation on the use of its production technology

- Sohu analysts emphasized.

The publication recalls that today only three states possess such technologies - the USA, Russia and France.

Earlier it was reported about Beijing’s attempts to create its own production of such an alloy, however, time will tell whether these plans will be realized.
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  1. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 17 June 2020 11: 49
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    But Russia, China, it turns out, can say no? So maybe there is no say to export timber from Russia either? And it painfully scary shots show. The Chinese do not stand on ceremony with our forest and land!
    1. gorenina91 Offline
      gorenina91 (Irina) 18 June 2020 08: 27
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      Russia refused to sell a unique alloy for aircraft carriers to China

      But Russia, China, it turns out, can say no?

      - Oh, in Russia, steelmakers who make steel and similar alloys might say yes ... ..- NO !!!
      - But the steelworkers are one thing; and our corrupt "oligarchic cooks" ...- this is completely different ...
      - Yes, and a corrupt Russian fraternity, which is involved in “classified affairs” in Russia - at least a dime a dozen ... - Yes, and the Chinese in Russia feel so at ease ...- almost like at home in China ... to any Russian institution can easily enter and penetrate ...
      - So all this "secret with a unique alloy" ... - the matter is very, very "temporary" ...
      1. Observer2014 Offline
        Observer2014 18 June 2020 20: 48
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        Quote: gorenina91
        Russia refused to sell a unique alloy for aircraft carriers to China

        But Russia, China, it turns out, can say no?

        - Oh, in Russia, steelmakers who make steel and similar alloys might say yes ... ..- NO !!!
        - But the steelworkers are one thing; and our corrupt "oligarchic cooks" ...- this is completely different ...
        - Yes, and a corrupt Russian fraternity, which is involved in “classified affairs” in Russia - at least a dime a dozen ... - Yes, and the Chinese in Russia feel so at ease ...- almost like at home in China ... to any Russian institution can easily enter and penetrate ...
        - So all this "secret with a unique alloy" ... - the matter is very, very "temporary" ...

        Irina! Stop, please. Stop. There are subtle matters and not everything is so simple: there are the interests of the country. And this question is very, very strict. Not in terms of censorship. And in terms of letting - letting you get the formula of the treasured alloy. yes
  2. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 18 June 2020 23: 50
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    Either they translated sucks, or the Chinese have already fooled everyone.

    The Chinese have already tuned the ships to a fig, and only then Moscow refused something to them ... What is unclear.
    Hire? A formula? Technologies? Plant transfer? How much? There is nothing.

    In one place of the article - allegedly the alloys themselves. The other is technology. In the third - production. In the fourth - “secret” (formula).
    In sum, it seems, did not agree on the price.
  3. Bitter Offline
    Bitter (Gleb) 19 June 2020 00: 55
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    Russia refused to sell a unique alloy for aircraft carriers to China.

    Due to China’s tense relations with the United States and European countries, it has become difficult for Beijing ...

    It seems that the Americans recommended no longer selling this steel and were heard.