Anuncio 2

Colapsar

Anuncio

Colapsar
No hay anuncio todavía.

China pondria en servicio al Varyag el 2010!!!

Colapsar
X
 
  • Filtrar
  • Tiempo
  • Mostrar
Limpiar Todo
nuevos mensajes

  • #16
    Aunque China tiene intencion de adquirir Su-33, yo creo que lo mas probable es que equipen al Varyag con una version navalizada del J-10, de la cual se especula aun mucho. Es posible que resulte mas idoneo que el Su-33 para un portaaviones STOBAR o inclusive para uno ligero, algo asi como un A-4 pero supersonico.

    A ver como evolucionan las cosas.

    Por cierto, al Varyag ya le pusieron su cubierta antideslizante... Parece que los trabajos ahora se estan dando en el interior de la nave. Se especula mucho acerca de la posible instalacion de una planta motriz local.

    Saludos!
    “…DOT&E has sufficient data to conclude that both [Littoral Combat Ship - LCS] seaframe variants are not operationally suitable …”

    Statement By J. Michael Gilmore, Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Before the US House of Representatives Armed Services Committee on the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship Program, Dec 8, 2016

    https://deftech.wordpress.com/

    Comentario


    • #17
      Report: China almost finished restoring ex-Ukrainian carrier to be used to train pilots

      By The Associated Press (CP) – Jan 19, 2011


      BEIJING, China — China has taken a major step toward commissioning its first aircraft carrier by largely completing the restoration of a derelict ship purchased from Ukraine, a news report said Wednesday.
      The restoration includes all living and working compartments, engines, navigation systems and power-generating equipment, Hong Kong-based Kanwa Asian Defence magazine said. Additional work is still needed on the elevator and flight deck, it said, but it was unclear when the restoration would be completed.
      The U.S. Department of Defence has said it expects the ship to be relaunched at any time as a platform for training pilots — a major turning point in the military's wide-ranging modernization drive.
      China bought the mothballed carrier in 1998 and towed the engine and rudderless ship to the northeastern port of Dalian for a complete refitting. Work on its internal systems took about four years, Kanwa said.
      The complete restoration was intended to make the ship fully functional and to train technicians who will build China's future homemade carriers, according to the report.
      "This has been a gigantic project and is virtually as complicated as building a brand-new aircraft carrier," Kanwa quoted an unidentified source with the Dalian region's military industry as saying.
      The Varyag is a ski jump-style carrier with a displacement of about 55,000 tons, much smaller than the Japan-based U.S. carrier George Washington, which has a displacement of more than 100,000 tons.
      China's secretive military has not commented on the aircraft carrier beyond vague statements that China will likely have such ships in future.
      China is believed to be purchasing Russian Su-33 carrier-based fighters as well as adapting its own J-11 jets for carrier landings and takeoffs.
      There were no other immediate reports to confirm Kanwa's account.
      Kanwa is widely considered a highly reliable source. Last week, it reported extensively on the inaugural test flight of a prototype radar-evading Chinese stealth fighter.

      http://www.google.com/hostednews/can...?docId=5692225
      猿も木から落ちる。 (Saru mo ki kara ochiru)

      Comentario


      • #18
        Bueno, el trabajo esta finalmente completo:


        Y para los que insisten en repetir la vieja cantaleta que reza "el vapor es obsoleto como sistema de propulsion para buques de guerra", miren esto:


        Simple, conocido y efectivo, es la planta motriz ideal para buques de gran desplazamiento... ¿Obsoleto? No, ¿costoso? Si pero te da mas SHPs que cualquier otro sistema de propulsión existente...

        Con esto el balance de poder de Asia cambiará para siempre. Y los chinos afirman que vienen 3 portaaviones mas en el mediano / largo plazo.

        Saludos
        “…DOT&E has sufficient data to conclude that both [Littoral Combat Ship - LCS] seaframe variants are not operationally suitable …”

        Statement By J. Michael Gilmore, Director, Operational Test and Evaluation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Before the US House of Representatives Armed Services Committee on the Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship Program, Dec 8, 2016

        https://deftech.wordpress.com/

        Comentario


        • #19
          Es mas bien el inicio del cambio en el balance de poderes. Recuerda que los indios y rusos también traerán lo suyo en los próximos años.

          La cosa se pone de lo mas peleada en los próximos años cuando estas flotas con sus Task force empiecen a navegar de libre por esos mares.


          Curioso el dibujito alli abajo en proa.

          saludos
          Zhukov siempre quiere más soldados, más piezas de artillería, más armas de fuego. También más aviones. Jamás tiene suficiente. Pero nunca ha perdido una batalla. J. Stalin.

          Comentario


          • #20
            La inteligente respuesta Japonesa sera con 6 portahelicopteros con capacidad Aegis, y que en el mediano plazo llevaran al F-35B

            Ya van 3 en operacion, con gran eficiencia y radio de accion, ademas de alcanzar 40 nudos de velocidad, unas verdaderas joyitas.

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJXhm421tqI

            http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/world/2...t_12138336.htm



            Aqui junto a un portaaviones USA




            http://www.china-daily.org/Mil-News/...n-the-day-50-/




            http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-0...bation-1-.html
            Editado por última vez por Arquitecto; 01/08/2011, 12:36:46.
            "No es la especie más fuerte la que sobrevive, ni la más inteligente, sino la que mejor responde al cambio."

            Charles Darwin

            Comentario

            Trabajando...
            X