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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #135 em: Fevereiro 03, 2020, 07:24:23 pm »
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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #136 em: Fevereiro 14, 2020, 01:03:21 pm »



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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #137 em: Fevereiro 20, 2020, 09:31:02 am »
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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #138 em: Fevereiro 20, 2020, 10:14:23 am »
Damen awarded contract for new RNLN support ship

Richard Scott, London - Jane's Navy International
19 February 2020


An artist’s impression of the new combat support ship, Den Helder, to be built by Damen for the RNLN Source: Damen
The Netherlands' Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO) has contracted Damen Shipyards Group for the construction of a new combat support ship (CSS) for the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN).

To be named HNLMS Den Helder , the new vessel will restore the dedicated afloat support capability lost when the replenishment vessel HNLMS Amsterdam was decommissioned as a savings measure in December 2014.

The contract was signed by the DMO and Damen on 19 February, and calls for delivery in the second quarter of 2024. Following trials and work up, Den Helder is expected to achieve operational status with the RNLN in the second quarter of 2025.

The design of Den Helder is derived from that of the RNLN's joint support ship HNLMS Karel Doorman . Approaching 200 m in length and displacing 22,000 tonnes at full load, the new ship will have a crew of 75, plus accommodation for an additional 75 people on board. Two replenishment-at-sea stations will be fitted for the transfer of fuel, dry stores and ammunition, and there will be space to carry approximately 20 containers as deck cargo.

A flight deck and hangar facility provide for the operation and support of rotary-wing aircraft. Two rigid-hull inflatable boats will be carried for boarding and rescue operations and passengers. There will also be provision to carry two 9.5 m FRISC (Fast Raiding, Interception and Special forces Craft) interceptors.

A diesel-electric propulsion system is specified, with twin shafts each driving fixed pitch propellers. Maximum speed will be over 18 kt.

The design process has paid close attention to reducing fuel consumption and exhaust emissions (to meet IMO Tier III regulations on nitrogen oxide emissions). According to the Ministry of Defence (MoD), the combination of propulsion system, hull shape and propeller design reduces fuel consumption by around 6% compared to Karel Doorman .

https://www.janes.com/article/94412/damen-awarded-contract-for-new-rnln-support-ship
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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #139 em: Abril 10, 2020, 02:45:27 pm »
38SWZ MARITIME • MARCH 2020

With the Den Helder, the maritime supply capacity of the Royal Netherlands Navy will be restored.

This ship will replace the HNLMS Amsterdam that de-commissioned due to budget cuts in 2014. The other supply vessel, the HNLMS Karel Doorman, entered the fleet in 2015 replacing the HNLMS Zuiderkruis. The Den Helder will be delivered in June 2024 and is to be fully operational a year later.

The ship will have a length over all of 178.3 metres, beam of 26.4 metres and the design draft is 8.3 metres. The displacement is 22,595 tonnes. It is somewhat smaller than the Karel Doorman (204.7 x 30.4 x 8.0 metres) with a displacement of 27.800 tonnes. This Joint Support Ship (JSS) has larger loading capacities and more facilities.

The permanent crew of the Combat Support Ship (CSS) consists of 75 pax. In addition, facilities are available for another 85 pax for performing extra mission related assignments.

On the 19th of February, the Director of the Defence Materiel Organization Vice Admiral Arie Jan de Waard and the new CEO of Damen Shipyards Group Arnout Damen signed the contract for the new Combat Support Ship HNLMS Den Helder. The contract includes engineering and production. The event took place on the bridge of the HNLMS Karel Doorman, the so-called Joint Support Ship, the other supply vessel that served as the basis for the new design.

IMPROVED EFFICIENCY FOR NEW COMBAT SUPPORT SHIP
Seven per cent efficiency gain

The ship will be equipped with Wärtsilä diesel generator sets (Tier) to deliver 15.8 megawatts installed power. Electric propulsion motors and two fixed pitch propellers allow for a maximum speed of 19 knots.

Extensive model tests at Marin resulted in a seven per cent gain in propulsion efficiency with regards to the JSS. Marin took the opportunity to celebrate the fact that the measurements were carried out with the 10,000th model since the institute was founded with a beautiful light show for a lot of guests.

Equipment

The ship is equipped with two Replenishment at Sea (RAS) stations on both sides, constructed according to a NATO standard (STANAG) to provide NATO ships with fuel at sea, while both ships continue to sail and manoeuvre. The ship can supply 7600 m3 of diesel fuel (F 76) and 1000 m3 of aviation fuel (F44) and besides that 226 m3 of fresh water and 290 m3 of urea for application in a selective catalytic re-duction (SCR) catalysator.

The ship is also able to supply solids at sea: ammunition (storage capacity 434 tonnes) and other goods such as provisions and spares. The ship can also carry 24 containers on deck and one below deck. The ship will be equipped with two 40-tonne cranes.

Two Landing Craft Vehicle Personnel (LCVP, 24 tonnes) will be placed in niches; one on starboard and one port side. The same applies to the two Fast Raiding Interception and Special Forces Craft (FRISC, 10 tonnes). The ship will have two lifeboats.

The ship also offers facilities for helicopter operations. The hangar is designed for operations with two NH 90 helicopters or a Merlin or NH90 in com-bination with two Unmanned Air Vehicles.

The ship is equipped with a hospital (Role-2 basic afloat), which is less in size than onboard the JSS.

Survivability

During the design of the CSS, specific attention was paid to enhance the ship’s survivability. That is, the ability of the ship and its systems to remain functional during a mission in a hostile environment. It is composed of a combination of the ship's susceptibility, vulnerability and recoverability.

For the platform, this means that the signatures, underwater noise, radar cross section and in-frared (IR) radiation are reduced as much as possible. With regard to vulnerability: shock requirements will be applied, which will result in harness bulkheads and other protection and – quite important – a well-designed general arrangement of the ship.

The enhancement of recoverability is achieved for instance by damage control and firefighting and where effective, further automation.
Internal communication is important and therefore a wireless system will be installed, whereby everyone is equipped with a mobile device, which also serves alarm handling. The ship will receive a most up-to-date cyber security system.

Focus on maintenance

Preparation of the ship’s maintenance is very important for proper transfer to the fleet and, therefore, more attention is paid to producing extensive technical documentation, purchasing the correct spare parts and education and training.

The CSS Den Helder will be built entirely at Damen’s shipyard in Galati, Romania, including setting to work and the execution of sea trials. Construction will be in accordance with DNV-GL class rules and the Naval Ship Code, the naval equivalent to SOLAS
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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #140 em: Abril 22, 2020, 10:24:45 am »
Leonardo To Supply New 127mm Main Guns For Netherlands Navy’s LCF Frigates

The Dutch Defence Material Organisation (DMO) announced that it has selected Italian company Leonardo to supply new 127mm naval gun systems for the Royal Netherlands Navy's four De Zeven Provinciën-class LCF frigates.

https://www.navalnews.com/naval-news/2020/04/leonardo-to-supply-new-127mm-main-guns-for-netherlands-navys-lcf-frigates/
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Re: Marinha da Holanda
« Responder #141 em: Abril 23, 2020, 09:09:46 am »
Building ‘Den Helder’

(Source: Dutch Defence Matériel Organisation; issued April 6, 2020)

(Unofficial translation by Defense-Aerospace.com)


An artist’s impression of the Dutch Navy’s future Combat Support Ship, Den Helder, together with the logos of the estimated 100 companies that will contribute to its construction. (Damen image)

With the new contract for the construction of the new supply ship Zr.Ms. Den Helder, more than 100 (mainly) Dutch companies will obtain work.

The Director of Defense Materiel Organization (DMO), Vice Admiral Arie Jan de Waard, and Arnout Damen, the new CEO of Damen Shipyards Group, signed the agreement before the restrictions caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

The DMO and Damen, as main contractor, will supervise the project together.

The future Den Helder will operate alongside the Joint Support Ship Zr.Ms. Karel Doorman, which will also provide the basic design of the Combat Support Ship (CSS).

The supply vessel, which is almost 200 meters long, will have a 75-person crew and will also be able to accommodate 75 additional passengers on board. There is room for a number of helicopters and about 20 containers.

The design has explicitly looked at fuel consumption and exhaust gas emissions. The combination of diesel engines, hull shape and screw design provide a fuel consumption reduction of approximately 6 percent compared to Zr.Ms. Karel Doorman.

Completion is scheduled for the 2nd quarter of 2024. The CSS must be operational for operation one year later. The size of the total project budget is € 375 million.

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Main Contractor Damen And More Than A Hundred Companies Contribute to Combat Support Ship

(Source: Damen Schelde; issued February 19, 2020)

With the contract signing for construction for the new supply ship HNLMS Den Helder, more than a hundred, mainly Dutch companies receive work. The contract was signed today in Den Helder by the Director of Defence Material Organization (DMO), Vice Admiral Arie Jan de Waard and Arnout Damen, the new CEO of the family business Damen Shipyards Group.

Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding (DSNS) will supervise the project, together with DMO, as the main contractor. Damen will not do this alone; more than a hundred companies from the Dutch naval construction sector are involved in this ship. This means that a large part of the sector will be deployed to participate in this innovative new ship.

With HNLMS Den Helder, the maritime supply capacity of the Royal Netherlands Navy will be restored. The ship will operate alongside the Joint Support Ship HNLMS Karel Doorman. This vessel also forms the basis for the design of this Combat Support Ship. The new ship can be used worldwide and can operate under high threat, protected by frigates. In addition, she can be used in the fight against drug trafficking, controlling refugee flows and providing emergency aid.

The supply ship, which is almost 200 metres long, will receive a 75-person crew and can also take 75 extra people on board. There is room for several helicopters and around 20 containers. The design explicitly looked at fuel consumption and exhaust emissions. The combination of diesel engines, hull shape and propeller design reduces fuel consumption by around 6 % compared to HNLMS Karel Doorman.

The building contract is not contracted out elsewhere in Europe. DMO wishes to keep the knowledge and skills of designing and building naval ships in the Netherlands. The armed forces thus invoked Article 346 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union. It states that Member States may protect essential security interests. This also relates to the production of defence equipment.

Completion is scheduled for the second quarter of 2024. A year later, in the second quarter of 2025, the Combat Support Ship must be operable. The size of the total project budget is 375 million euros.

http://www.thefifthcolumn.xyz/Forum/viewthread.php?tid=121&page=4

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« Responder #142 em: Maio 26, 2020, 12:05:07 pm »
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Considering the advantages of such a capability, but also the expectations that in the future it is more likely that smaller, for instance company-sized, units will be deployedfor SOF/SOC operations, all large surface units would preferably have such an inherent amphibious capability. Combining the earlier mentioned BMD-platform with an amphibious ship design, a so-called crossover, provides an interesting angle to approach the challenge of the future replacement programs of present amphibious capability and all high-end warfare frigates.

Especially considering the RNLMC is able to field six special operations capable raiding squadrons, which can operate independently, support SOF-operations, andoperate together as battalions. Independent crossover frigates can have a significantflexibility to execute the tasks within the three naval roles and the adaptability to operate in low-intensity and high-intensity environments. Subsequently, a number of crossovers operating together are able to create a potent flexible navy/marine expeditionary task group on a European level.

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« Responder #143 em: Maio 26, 2020, 02:38:52 pm »
Dutch Navy’s support ship Pelikaan to undergo mid-life electrical refit

EQUIPMENT & TECHNOLOGY
May 25, 2020, by navaltoday


Alewijnse Marine is undertaking the assessment for the upcoming electrical refit that will be an important part of the mid-life refit of the Royal Netherlands Navy’s logistic support vessel HNLMS Pelikaan (A804).

Alewijnse was awarded the contract by Damen Shipyards Den Helder in August last year and commenced work in January. The work is being carried out in Den Helder and at Damen Shiprepair Harlingen.

The 65.4-meter-long Zr.Ms. Pelikaan operates exclusively in the Caribbean region where she provides support to maritime security operations and, in times of disaster, humanitarian relief. The support ship is permanently based at Curaçao.

Alewijnse’s scope of work during the refit project is said to be extensive. The company is responsible for total service provision for the electrical work, covering engineering, supply and installation of equipment, project coordination and commissioning of all on board electrical systems. This includes the installation of brand new telephone, radar, CCTV and alarm and monitoring systems (AMS).

Alewijnse undertook the original electrical installation when the vessel was built at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania in 2005. The company is expected to complete the new project on time, enabling the vessel to be back in the Caribbean in time for the Hurricane season.

COVID-19 pandemic
The project has faced additional challenges as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Alewijnse’s contract manager Perry Eikelenboom explained:
“The safety of our personnel and of all those working on location is our top priority during this project. Maintaining safe distances while working and minimising the number of people on location at any one time place pressure on the schedule, but are essential.”
“Thankfully, we enjoy a close cooperation with the yard and, working together and following their robust safety measures, we manage to be both efficient and safe.”

https://www.navaltoday.com/2020/05/25/dutch-navys-support-ship-pelikaan-to-undergo-mid-life-electrical-refit/

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