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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #150 em: Junho 04, 2019, 01:07:55 pm »
China conducts probable test launch of JL-3 SLBM

Andrew Tate, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
03 June 2019


An image published on Chinese social media showing what may be the country’s next-generation SLBM, the JL-3, in flight following a test-firing on 2 June. Source: Via Weibo

Photographs posted on Chinese social media sites appear to show that China conducted a missile launch on 2 June, which online sources suggest was a test firing of the country’s next-generation submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM), the JL-3.

The event took place during the time an area in the Bohai Sea was closed for a “military mission” as notified by the Liaoning office of the Maritime Safety Administration (MSA). The MSA had issued two closure notices – from 07:00-1300 h (local time) on 1 June and from 02:30-12:00 h on 2 June – for naval activities in the Bohai Strait, southwest of the naval bases around Lushun and Dalian, at the entrance to the largely enclosed Bohai Sea.

State-owned Global Times newspaper reported that on 2 June at about 04:00 h “residents across multiple provinces in China” had seen “an unidentified flying object (UFO) with a glowing fiery tail streak across the sky”, photographs and video clips of which were posted on many Chinese social media sites.

The event was observed in Shandong, Shanxi, Hebei, and Henan provinces, which would be consistent with a missile fired from the Bohai Sea following a flight path into the desert areas of western China where ballistic missile test firings usually impact.

A previous JL-3 test launch took place in late November 2018, according to an article by Bill Gertz in the Washington Free Beacon , quoting US defence officials. A similar sea closure area south west of Dalian was established by the Liaoning MSA on 22 November, but there was no observed missile flight. This probably indicated that the November launch was to demonstrate satisfactory underwater ejection of the missile from the launch tube.

https://www.janes.com/article/89001/china-conducts-probable-test-launch-of-jl-3-slbm
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #151 em: Junho 04, 2019, 01:09:30 pm »
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Images show likely configuration of sensor suite for PLAN’s next carrier

Andrew Tate, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
04 June 2019


Photographs published on Chinese internet forums show that further developments and modifications have been made to the superstructure of the land-based aircraft carrier development facility in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. These likely reflect the changes that will be implemented in building the third carrier for China's People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN).


An image of China's land-based aircraft carrier development facility in Wuhan showing what is likely to be the future configuration of the sensor suite on the island of China's third aircraft carrier. (Via CJDBY.net)

The most significant feature is the installation of an integrated mast on top of the island superstructure, replacing the mast that in the first two carriers supports the mechanically rotated Type 382 (H/LJQ 382) 3D radar with its distinctive back-to-back skewed arrays. Multiple arrays appear to be fitted to the new mast, which has a housing with eight faces halfway up that seem to be designed to accommodate two differing sets of four arrays.

https://www.janes.com/article/89019/images-show-likely-configuration-of-sensor-suite-for-plan-s-next-carrier
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #152 em: Junho 12, 2019, 10:27:18 am »
China increases construction rate of amphibious assault ships

Andrew Tate, London - Jane's Defence Weekly
10 June 2019



The eighth Type 071-class amphibious assault ship on order for the PLAN was launched at the Hudong-Zhonghua shipyard in Shanghai on 6 June. Source: Via Weixin website

The eighth Type 071 (Yuzhao)-class amphibious assault ship on order for China's People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) was launched at the Hudong-Zhonghua shipyard in Shanghai on 6 June, making it the fourth of these 20,000 tonne landing platform dock (LPD) vessels to have entered the water since June 2017.

Construction of the seventh LPD began in April 2018, with the ship entering the water on 28 December 2018: a period of eight months to assemble the complete hull and launch the ship. Assembly of Hull 8 was carried out in the same part of the dock vacated following the launch of Hull 7, meaning that Hull 8 was completed in just six months. Fitting out and trials are likely to take a further 12 months before the ship is ready for commissioning.

As previously reported by Jane's, another hull is being constructed in the same dock as the LPDs, and it seems certain that this will be the PLAN's first Type 075 helicopter assault ship. Progress on this ship has also been rapid, as assembly must have commenced after the dock was drained following the launch of the seventh Type 071 in December 2018 and a large part of the Type 075 was sufficiently complete to be watertight and float when the dock was flooded again for the most recent LPD launch.

Although assembly of the Type 075 may take longer than the repeat builds of the Type 071, given that it is both larger and a new design, it looks likely that it will be launched before the end of 2019.

The most recent satellite imagery shows that the hull of the Type 075 in its current state has a beam of about 32 m. As the bow and stern sections have yet to be added, its length cannot yet be established but it seems likely that the displacement will be about 35,000-40,000 tonnes.

https://www.janes.com/article/89152/china-increases-construction-rate-of-amphibious-assault-ships
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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #153 em: Junho 19, 2019, 09:57:53 pm »
 

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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #154 em: Julho 18, 2019, 10:59:24 am »
https://www.naval.com.br/blog/2019/07/10/segundo-porta-avioes-chines-necessitara-de-apoio-logistico-robusto/?fbclid=IwAR2-X-YJsMJ88xa_h7nP2sAnqQ7IR4AhWeE0h-u6PY4ZO66GpR8KFoA7b3M

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Segundo porta-aviões chinês necessitará de apoio logístico robusto

O navio só poderá operar durante seis dias no mar sem reabastecimento, mas uma nova base está sendo construída no Fiery Cross Reef
Problemas de reabastecimento podem surgir como um grande obstáculo para as capacidades de combate do segundo porta-aviões da China, conhecido inicialmente como “Type 001A” (redesignado como Type 002), que está agora no seu estágio final de testes e ajustes antes de entrar em serviço, provavelmente até o final deste ano.

O porta-aviões de construção chinesa, que funciona com óleo combustível naval, é inspirado no seu antecessor, o Liaoning, de fabricação soviética, e possui os mesmos sistemas básicos de propulsão que seu navio irmão.

Assim como o Liaoning e outros navios da classe “Kuznetsov” da era soviética, o novo porta-aviões precisará armazenar cerca de 13.000 toneladas métricas de óleo combustível naval para suas operações, além das necessidades dos seis a oito destróieres de mísseis guiados e corvetas que formam um grupo de combate maior.

Uma missão para reabastecer os tanques do porta-aviões será necessária sempre que um terço do estoque total de combustível for consumido, como visto no acordo de logística do Exército de Libertação Popular para o desdobramento anti-pirataria no Golfo de Aden, onde acompanha navios mercantes chineses, segundo para o Kanwa Defense Review.

O segundo porta-aviões consumirá 1.100 toneladas de combustível por dia ao navegar a 20 nós (37 quilômetros por hora) e cerca de 400 toneladas a mais durante operações de combate. O esquadrão de caça J-15 a bordo do porta-aviões também precisará de suprimento adequado de combustível de aviação, bem como outros óleos lubrificantes.

Quando o novo porta-aviões estiver em alto-mar, o navio de abastecimento, munição e suprimento Type 903 de 23.000 toneladas será a principal fonte de combustível, alimentos e outros suprimentos. No entanto, essa restrição de capacidade significa que a Marinha terá dificuldade de reabastecer todo o grupo de ataque de porta-aviões mais que duas vezes seguidas.





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Re: Armada Chinesa
« Responder #155 em: Agosto 18, 2019, 04:09:29 pm »
 

 

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