Hull diameters don't get changed after construction starts
I can edit wiki page, would that be enough for you to stop being thick?
Podlodka77 wrote:Ulyanovsk is not on the list for 885 submarines in english wikipedia also..
That means nothing, of course, but as for laid down ceremony - that means nothing also...
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ALAMO wrote:Not that I am pretending to be a dick much, but the very same chart states 8 Oniks on board
Subs don't pack one missile per tube
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franco wrote: Renewal of the Russian Navy from 2012 to 2021
Since 2012, the Russian Navy has included 35 warships of ten different types (with a total displacement of over 500 tons).
The total displacement of warships included in the Navy since 2012 has amounted to almost 73 thousand tons .
Since 2012, the fleet has included ships of ten projects:
1 small artillery ship pr. 21630 "Buyan" ;
5 mine defense ships pr. 12700 "Alexandrite" ;
3 small missile ships pr. 22800 "Karakurt" (designed for operations on the high seas);
9 small rocket ships pr. 21631 "Buyan-M" (capable of walking on rivers, lakes and shallow bays);
3 patrol ships pr.22160 (intended for operations in the far sea zone);
1 rocket ship pr. 11661K "Gepard" ;
6 multi-purpose corvettes of the near sea zone pr.20380/385 (ships of the 2nd rank);
3 multi-purpose frigates of the far sea zone , project 11356 (ships of the 2nd rank);
2 multi-purpose frigates of the far sea zone pr.22350 (ships of the 1st rank);
2 large landing ships pr. 11711.
10 shipyards are engaged in the construction of warships for the Russian fleet. Three are located in St. Petersburg, two in the Crimea (in Feodosia and Kerch), one each in Kaliningrad, Rybinsk, Zelenodolsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur and the city of Otradnoye (Leningrad region).
For ten years, the Russian Navy has included 35 warships , with a total total displacement of almost 73,000 tons . By the beginning of 2022, 16 ships have been launched, 28 ships are at various stages of construction, and 6 more ships are being prepared for laying.
The dynamics of the transfer of warships by five-year plans (with a displacement of over 500 tons):
2002-2006 - 2
2007-2011 - 5
2012-2016 - 12
2017-2021 - 23
Over the past 5 years, more warships have entered the Russian Navy than in the previous 15 years (from 2002 to 2016) .
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GarryB wrote:And it is less than one giant gas transport ship too, but the smaller ships they are making are vastly more valuable to the Russian Navy than one or two really big ships.
The small ships have lots of issues to work out but because their new ships are modular, the future bigger ships are made of the same pieces, though with more pieces of course.
The problems of wiring in and integrating a UKSK launcher in a corvette has a lot of problems because the launcher is brand new and previously unused, but now they have fitted them and used them in Corvettes and Frigates and soon they will have an enlarged frigate in the water too... these are all normal and necessary development steps needed to be taken to get this right without unpleasant surprises.
Obviously as they start to build bigger and bigger ships the construction rate measured in displacement tons is going to increase massively.
The last ten years with 73K tons of ships.... well in the next ten years there are going to be two 40K ton helicopter carriers, in addition to everything else they are going to be making, so we can expect that to be a record increase in tonnage as well.
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In some ways I agree with you and in some ways I don't. Garry, Sevmash has delivered 4 submarines in the last two years with a total displacement of 73,000 tons
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Let us turn to the results of the past year and the plans of the Amur Shipbuilding Plant.
Three corvettes from the new contract (2020, contract for 6 corvettes) were laid down: Grozny, Bravy and Buiny are already on the stocks. At the same time, the corvette "Buyny" is the ship of the next project - 20385 (TsKB Almaz). The Ministry of Defense postponed the delivery of the Rizkiy corvette to 2022: contractors-suppliers - the Zaslon company - delayed the delivery of important equipment.
The delivery plans for the next year, 2022, include two ferries for the Vanino-Kholmsk line and the Rezkiy corvette for the Ministry of Defense, which is scheduled to be commissioned by Navy Day. In 2024, it is planned to hand over order 2105 (corvette "Grozny"), in the same year the first (possibly second) small rocket ship should be handed over...
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