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Desarrolla Taiwan misil Hsiung Feng III - equivalente en velocidad al misil Sunburn

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Desarrolla Taiwan misil Hsiung Feng III - equivalente en velocidad al misil Sunburn

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 9/7/2013, 3:25 pm

Taiwan, tomando la ofensiva directa, en virtud de que los E.U. solo han hecho declaraciones
que protegeran a este pais en caso de una invasion de China continental, han desarrollado
una seria de misiles, el cual el mas avanzado contra Portaviones es el Hsiung Feng III, que traducido al español es Viento bravo, tiene velocidad mach 3, un rango de 130 km,  puede ser lanzado de plataformas en tierra, aire o desde Fragatas.
Posee capacidad para una ojiva convencional de 120 kg, suficiente para hundir un Portaviones.
La unica desventaja contra el Sunburn (este tiene un mach 2.5 de velocidad) es que no puede llevar aun ojivas nucleares como lo hace el Sunburn. Otros desarrollos mas estrategicos globales
contra China continental tambien ha sido desarrollados, los cuales se presentaran por separado.Cabe hacer mencion, que la version I de este misil, fue tomado del misil israeili Gabriel, el mismo que
Mexico posee, y que al desarrollar el propio, se han deslindando de la dependencia tecnologia de Israel.


 




Taiwan sends not-so-subtle signal on China’s carrier
By J. Michael Cole  /  Staff Reporter

The newly manufactured Hsiung Feng (“Brave Wind”) III anti-ship missile is displayed at this year’s Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technology Exhibition in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA
In a blunt departure from tradition, the military yesterday displayed a model Hsiung Feng (“Brave Wind”) III (HF-3) anti-ship missile with, as a backdrop, a large picture of a burning aircraft carrier that bore a striking resemblance to China’s retrofitted Varyag, which embarked on its maiden voyage earlier in the day.
The booth, set at a prominent location at the Taipei Aerospace and Defense Technology Exhibition (TADTE), which opens today, was the center of attention of reporters who were given a chance to take a look around during a pre-show visit.
The HF-3, a ramjet-powered supersonic anti-ship missile, can be launched from land and surface platforms, such as Taiwan’s Perry-class frigates. The 130km-range, single-warhead missile has been in development at the Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST, 中山科學研究院) since 1995. It entered production in about 2007 and is believed to have entered service the following year.
The CSIST is administered by the Ministry of National Defense’s Armaments Bureau.
Asked to confirm how many missiles were currently in production or had been deployed, Chiang Wu-ing, deputy director of the Hsiung Feng program at CSIST, would not provide figures.
While the HF-3 had been on display at previous shows, this was the first time it was shown in a context that prominently identified its intended target. Although no flag or ensign could be seen on the computer-generated rendition of the aircraft carrier and accompanying fleet, the “ski jump” ramp and general outlook were oddly similar to the Varyag China acquired from Ukraine in 1998.
Next to the burning carrier were the Chinese characters for “carrier killer,” also the first time the HF-3 had been described as such. It is doubtful, however, that the missile’s 120kg payload would be sufficient to sink an aircraft carrier.
Approached by reporters for comment on the symbolism and timing of the display, a CSIST spokesperson would not directly confirm that the vessel depicted was the Varyag.
For his part, Chiang said that when the HF-3 entered development and even after it had entered production, the Taiwanese military and CSIST could not have known that China would acquire and refurbish the Soviet-era Varyag or embark on a program to develop its own carriers, expected to enter service in about 2020.
Initial reports had said the 60,000 tonne Kuznetsov-class carrier would embark on its maiden voyage on July 1 to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party, but unexpected developments forced a delay until this month.


http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2011/08/11/2003510452


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Re: Desarrolla Taiwan misil Hsiung Feng III - equivalente en velocidad al misil Sunburn

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En este video se aprecian ejercicios lanzados desde una Fragata Taiwanesa, segun la info presentada. es l version II, la cual esta operacional, y la version III que ya esta en produccion, no lo han mostrado, ni indicado el numero disponible de esta ultima.
Tal vez exista dificultad para leer el video, ahora si, literalmente esta en chino!!!!


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



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Aqui una imagen del referido misill. Cabe señalar la imagen que se aprecia en la parte posterior de la foto, aparece un Portaviones con rampa ascendente en la proa, asemejandose al diseño VARYAG, el cual posiciona el objetivo tacito en la presentacion de este misil taiwanes.

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pues se ve bueno, quien sabe que precio y que dispocision de exportarlo tengan
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ORAI escribió:pues se ve bueno, quien sabe que precio y que dispocision de exportarlo tengan

Los que deberian de adquirir la SEMAR, son la version I de este misil, que acaban de dar de baja Taiwan, y que es el desarrollo equivalente al Gabrlel version taiwanesa, estos fueron mejorados en extension de longitud, y ya los dieron de baja el año pasado (2012).
Aqui hay una oportunidad de adquirir la licencia taiwanesa, para desarrollarlo en nuestro pais, considerando que las Misileras Huracan, no tienen repuestos ni reservas de estos misiles.
El desarrollar es propio, le daria conocimiento, experiencia y no afectaria a Taiwan dado que ya no lo va a usar.
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Rogersukoi27 escribió:
Aqui una imagen del referido misill. Cabe señalar la imagen que se aprecia en la parte posterior de la foto, aparece un Portaviones con rampa ascendente en la proa, asemejandose al diseño VARYAG, el cual posiciona el objetivo tacito en la presentacion de este misil taiwanes.


Siguiendo de cerca las habilidades de equipo naval Militar Chino,  los Taiwaneses, se ponen al nivel de las lanchas rápidas misileras Chinas clase Houbei Type Class 022, 


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quienes poseen capacidad de lanza-milsiles en una distancia de 180-200 kilómetros, actuando en forma de manada,  para lanzamientos múltiples a objetivos comunes.
 



Aqui la versión Taiwanesa con sus dimensiones:






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WPC ( High efficiency - Wave Piercing Catamaran


 Eslora   60.4 mts
 Manga   ND
 Calado    ND
 Velocidad:   68 km por hora
 Tripulantes.  34 marinos
 Autonomía:  1 semana
 Tonelaje .   ND
 Armamento:  (Lanza misiles anti-buque tipo Hsiung-Feng II y III) con capacidad de lanzamiento de 160 km. Un cañón de 76 mm, Cañón defensivo anti-misil de 20mm, 4 metrallas de 12.7 mm, así como lanzadores de misil anti-aéreo portátil, plataforma para Helo sin hangar, con propulsión de auto jet haciendolo muy maniobrable.





Surface Forces: Taiwan Builds Killer Catamaran
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August 30, 2013: Taiwan recently revealed that it is building a class of twin hull (catamaran) patrol ships that are very fast and very heavily armed. The WPC (High Efficiency Wave Piercing Catamaran) type ships are under 1,000 tons, 60.4 meters (180 feet) long, and have a top speed of 68 kilometers an hour. The crew of 34 operates several weapons systems, including eight anti-ship missiles (Hsiung-feng 2 and 3 models) a 76mm cannon, a 20mm anti-missile autocannon, and four 12.7mm machine-guns. There is no anti-aircraft system (other than some shoulderfired missiles) and no helicopter hanger (but a rear deck that a helicopter can operate from). The waterjet propulsion system makes for a very maneuverable ship. Sufficient supplies are carried for patrols of up to a week.

The anti-ship missiles are designed and built in Taiwan. The 6.1 meter (19 foot) long Hsiung-feng 3 weighs 1.5 tons (with a 181 kg/400 pound warhead) and has a top speed of 2300 kilometers an hour. Max range is 130 kilometers. It uses inertial and GPS guidance to get to the general vicinity of the target, then several other sensors to lock on to a specific ship and hit it. Hsiung Feng 2 anti-ship missiles (subsonic speed, range of 160 kilometers, half the weight of the Hsiung Feng 3) have a less advanced guidance system.

The WPC type ships are part of a program to replace older patrol craft with newer and more effective designs. Three years ago Taiwan commissioned the first of 21 Kuang Hua-6 (KH-6) guided missile patrol boats. These 34.2 meter (106 foot) long, seven meter (22 foot) wide, 170 ton ships have a crew of 19. They are armed with four Hsiung Feng 2 anti-ship missiles, a 20mm autocannon, two 7.62mm machine-guns and two decoy (for incoming missiles) launchers. Top speed is 55 kilometers an hour. At cruising speed of 22 kilometers an hour, the ships can stay at sea for about two days at a time. The other twenty KH-6s are all in service now. The KH-6s replace thirty older, and smaller (57 ton), Hai Ou class boats. These patrol boats guard the coast, and especially the 180 kilometers wide Taiwan Straits that separate China and Taiwan.



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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 19/1/2014, 7:05 pm

Para que no se mantenga China en su área de confort,  ahora Taiwan instala su misil mas avanzado en las 6 Fragatas de origen Francés de la Armada Taiwanesa, haciendo mas letal su poder de fuego, equiparando sus lanza-misiles nuevos al misil Ruso Sunburn.
  También las han instalado en sus nuevas lanchas tipo Catamarán, con menos de 1000 tons. y 60 metros de eslora, capaces de lanzar hasta 6 de estos misiles de vanguardia.
  Si le revisamos las Fragatas nuevas italianas que Filipinas y Malasia están adquiriendo,  el fenómeno de armas navales en esa zona pareciera una guerra preparada de pronostico reservado.




Surface Forces: Taiwan Upgrades Its Seagoing Missiles
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November 28, 2013: Taiwan is upgrading the weapons on most of its warships. The six French La Fayette class frigates will receive new anti-ship and anti-aircraft missiles. The new supersonic Hsiung Feng 3 anti-ship missile will replace the less capable Hsiung Feng 2. The 6.1 meter (19 foot) long Hsiung-feng 3 weighs 1.5 tons, has a 181 kg (400 pound) warhead, and a top speed of 2,300 kilometers an hour. Max range is 300 kilometers. It uses inertial and GPS guidance to get to the general vicinity of the target, then several other sensors to lock on to a specific ship and hit it. The smaller Hsiung-feng 2 has a range of 160 kilometers and less extensive electronics.
The new anti-aircraft system is also locally made. This is a ship mounted version of the Sky Sword II air-to-air missile. This 203mm missile weighs 190 kg (418 pounds), has a range of 100 kilometers, and is radar guided. The air-to-air version of Sky Sword II entered service in 1999 and was developed because the United States would not supply Taiwan with AMRAAM.

The La Fayette class frigates are 3,600 ton ships that are 125 meters (410 feet) long and have a top speed of 46 kilometers an hour. The crew of 141 can stay at sea for fifty days at a time. The La Fayettes were originally armed with a 100mm gun, two 20mm autocannon, eight Hsiung-feng 2 anti-ship missiles, and a Chaparral anti-aircraft missile system (four Sidewinder heat seeking missiles with a range of 10 kilometers). 


http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htsurf/articles/20131128.aspx

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