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Diskurzus a(z) 'Speciális besorolású/feladatú hajók, tengeralattjá' témában - Tcat által indítva @ 2013. október 24..

  1. Tcat

    Tcat Well-Known Member Szerkesztőségi tag Moderátor

    Haditengerészetek égisze alatt tevékenykedő kutatóhajók.
  2. antigonosz

    antigonosz Well-Known Member

  3. gacsat

    gacsat Well-Known Member

    Márminthogy a kémhajók is,
  4. blogen

    blogen Well-Known Member

    South China Sea: China Builds ‘World’s Largest’ Search and Rescue Ship

    China says it has neared completion in building a 450-foot-long search and rescue (SAR) ship, the largest SAR ship in the world, according to Beijing, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on Wednesday.

    Dubbed simply the “14,000 Kilowatt Large Cruiser Rescue Ship,” the vessel is reported to be about 450 feet long, 88 feet wide, and 36 feet deep, according to the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC). If accurate, the ship’s dimensions would make it the largest SAR vessel in China’s fleet and in the South China Sea region. RFA says it could not immediately verify China’s claim that it will be the “world’s largest” SAR ship. For comparison, China’s current largest SAR vessel, the Dong Hai Jiu 101, measures 360 feet long, 54 feet wide, and 25 feet deep, according to RFA.
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  5. Mackensen

    Mackensen Well-Known Member Szerkesztőségi tag Moderátor

    Meg most mintja valamilyen nukleáris jégtörőbe is belefognának.
  6. blogen

    blogen Well-Known Member

    Details of China’s nuclear-powered icebreaker revealed

    To be powered by two reactors, the vessel will manage to crush ice in the Arctic at a maximum speed of 11.5 knots.

    Deadline for interested parties to tender the icebreaker was on March 20th after Beijing opened for bids last summer as previously r

    Now, China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) gives more details about the icebreaker to be built by a Chinese shipyard, South China Morning Post reports.

    The vessel will be 152 meters long (498 feet), 30 meters wide and 18 meters in depth. Displacement will be 30,000 tons.

    With those specifications, China’s first nuclear-powered icebreaker will be 2 meters longer and a few thousand tons heavier than Russia’s current Arktika-class icebreakers, but somewhat smaller than Russia’s new fleet of icebreakers of the Project 22220 of which there are currently three under construction at the Baltiskiy Shipyard in St. Petersburg.

    Two reactors
    Like the Russian icebreakers, also the Chinese will be powered by two nuclear reactors, by CGN said to be sized 25 MW compact pressurized water reactors with a thermal power output of 200 MW.

    Polar Research Institute of China currently operates one research vessel with icebreaker capabilities, the «Xue Lóng» («Snow Dragon»), a vessel that for years have sailed in the Arctic and Antarctica. Another diesel-electric icebreaker, to be named «Xue Lóng II», is expected to enter service later this year.

    The nuclear-powered icebreaker is expected to cost a billin yuan (€134 million), the Barents Observer reported when the plans were first announced in 2016.
  7. blogen

    blogen Well-Known Member

    Fontos nekik az északi út, mert ott relatíve gyengék az amerikaiak.
  8. dudi

    dudi Well-Known Member

  9. blogen

    blogen Well-Known Member

    El kell hajózniuk Japán és Alaszka előtt!
  10. dudi

    dudi Well-Known Member

    Kiknek kell ott elhajózni?Bár a kérdés arra vonatkozott,hogy miért relatíve?Ők a leggyengébbek arrafelé.
  11. blogen

    blogen Well-Known Member

    Kínaiaknak, ha Európába szállítanának az északi úton!
  12. dudi

    dudi Well-Known Member

    Az az érzésem,hogy elbeszélünk egymás mellet.

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