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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 11/7/2013, 3:38 pm



No se si se pueda abrir una seccion de misiles anti-buque, o se recomienda abrir tema por cada tipo,
la intencion es facilitar el orden de los temas y no parchar mas tarde.

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COMPARATIVO DEL MISIL TAIWANES VS MISIL GABRIEL ISRAELI

El proposito de este comparativo, es mostrar como con licencia autorizada por Israel, Taiwan logro replicar con sus modificaciones, el mismo misil que la Armada de Mexico tiene abordo de las Misileras, y que por razones de presupuesto, no ha renovado repuestos aparentemente.
Taiwan evoluciono este mismo diseño y acaba de dar de baja el arsenal de misiles HUSIANG FENG I, equivalente al Gabriel MkII que Mexico posee.
Si quisiera la Armada evolucionar en su propio desarrollo, aqui una estrategia de evolucion rapida y acorde con los tiempos presentes de evolucion tecnologica.




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HUSIANG FENG I                                                                                                    GABRIEL MK II
• Primary Function: Anti-ship missile   /                                                                       Anti-ship missile
• Power Plant: One-stage dual-thrust solid propellant rocket motor /                          solid propellant rocket motor
• Range: 40 km /                                                                                                          20 Km
• Top Speed: 0.65 Mach  /                                                                                           0.7 MACH                                                    
• Length: 3.4 m /                                                                                                          3.42 m
• Diameter: 34 cm /                                                                                                     34 cm
• Warhead: 150 kg high explosive /                                                                            100 kg
• Guidance: Radar beam riding plus terminal semi-active homing /                             Semi active and manual radar beam
• Date Deployed: 1978 /

he Hsiung Feng I (HF-1) (雄風一型, "Brave Wind I") is an anti-ship missilesystem developed by the Chungshan Institute of Science and Technology inTaiwan ROC between 1975 and 1978 and is essentially a derivative of the Israeli Gabriel missile Mk II. It is currently deployed on the ROC Navy's littoral combantants, most notably the Hai Ou class missile boats, as well as some land based facilities. Due to it being superseded by the Hsiung Feng IIon larger patrol craft and in coastal batteries, the HF-I is being phased out of service (alone with Hai Ou class FACs).
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La evolucion de los misiles navales chinos, empieza desde la copia del EXOCET frances, hasta
el HARPOON estadounidense, pasando por una serie de evoluciones, incluyendo los motores reactores copiados de rectores franceses, para aplicarlos en sus reactores de ala fija.
 Los misiles de ultima generacion, independientemente de los adquiridos de Rusia, presentan una rapida expansion en pruebas piloto, definicion de especificaciones, y produccion en serie. Sin duda la parte central, es la COORDINACION ENTRE PROYECTOS MILITARES, para optimizar la versatilidad de sus desarrollos.
  Anexo un pequeño analisis de sus desarrollos y algunas equivalencias!!!

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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 15/7/2013, 12:31 pm

En este recuadro, se aprecia las evoluciones del sistema AEGIS, de manera flowchart, con sus sistemas de alimentacion (fuentes de info), sus procesos de control, y sus dispositivos evolucionados para responder para neutralizar objetivos.
 La complejidad de sus procesos, sin duda le dan una robusta plataforma. Sin embargo, un solo misil furtivo y a velocidad supersonica, opaca toda esta tecnologia.
 Otro escenario en desarrollo en su contra, es la neutralizacion de los satelites y radares (fuentes de info) los cuales dejarian al sistema AEGIS, ciego y sin conocer su entorno.




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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 12/11/2013, 10:39 pm

Como alternativas de provedurií, la Armada Noruega, a través de sus fabricantes de la firma Konsberg quien provee estos misiles especialmente a dicha armada.
 La Armada de Polonia, también esta por adquirir este misil para sus buques. Tiene un rango de 150 km y se dirije con sistema GPS.





[size=24]Caught on camera: The explosive moment Norwegian navy blew up its OWN ship to test new long-range missile[/size]






THE DEADLY STEALTH MISSILE DEVELOPED BY PEACE-LOVING NORWAY

Norway may have a reputation as a largely peaceful nation, but when it comes to arming its navy - no expense has been spared.
The Naval Strike Missile is a sophisticated anti-ship and land-attack weapon developed especially by Norwegian defence and aerospace firm Kongsberg.
The 880lb missile is propelled towards its target at subsonic speed by a Microturbo TRI-40 turbojet.
It is almost four metres long and carries a 125kg warhead which is capable of destroying or severely damaging any naval vessel.
Fitted with a GPS system, it can travel stealthily over coastline, oceans and land.

This agility means it can also pull off last-minute G-force maneuvers to prevent getting shot down. 

The combination of an imaging infrared (IIR) seeker and an onboard target database ensures that the missile can seek out and detect targets up to 100 nautical miles away with pinpoint precision.











  • Fired new 880lb missile at the vessel off coast of Andoy

  • Frightening footage from on-board camera captures moment of impact
By STEVE ROBSON
PUBLISHED: 12:11 GMT, 6 June 2013 | UPDATED: 16:21 GMT, 6 June 2013


This is the explosive moment the Norwegian navy blew up one of its own ships to test out their latest long-range stealth missile.

The KNM Trondheim, a 300ft long decommissioned frigate, was transported out into the sea off the coast of Andoy to be used as target practice.
Dramatic footage released by military bosses captures the countdown before the new 'Naval Strike Missile' - a four-metre long, 880lb weapon - is fired in the direction of the vessel.
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Momento de la explosion del Misil naval Noruego de 400 kg  y una carga explosiva subsonica de 125 kg, puede hundir o causar graves averias a cualquier buque.




Otra imagen del momento del impacto sobre la Fragata en desuso como buque de prueba
por la Naval Noruega

Explosive: The frightening moment of impact of the missile was captured by an on-board camera 






Practice makes perfect: The KNM Trodnheim, a decommissioned frigate, was selected for target practice by the Norwegian navy




Impact: Video footage shows the missile striking the ship with pinpoint accuracy sending debris flying into the air



The subsonic missile, which has a range of up to 150km, smashed straight into the frigate with pinpoint accuracy.
 
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Video from onboard the KNM Trondheim, shows the frightening moment of impact as a huge fireball erupts and debris spews hundreds of feet into the air.
The vessel suffered major damage as a result of the 275lb warhead and was towed back into a harbour following the exercise.
Stig Klynderud, who oversaw the operation, said: 'The damage to the target ship was as expected and cleanup went according to plan.'
Naval Strike Missiles are the latest generation surface warfare missile system from Scandinavian defence firm Kongsberg and are currently being used by the Norwegian navy.
The Polish navy is also set to arm themselves with the weapon.

Kongsberg is also developing a Joint Strike Missle (JSM) for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Fighter Jets used by the US and Britain's RAF.
Such an overt display of military strength is unusual for Norway, a traditionally neutral country.
It was forced to enter World War Two after being invaded by Nazi Germany in 1940, but the resistance lasted only two months.
Today, the Royal Norwegian Navy consists of around 3,700 personnel and 70 vessels including frigates, patrol boats and submarines.




http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2336822/Caught-camera-The-explosive-moment-Norwegian-navy-blows-OWN-ship-test-latest-long-range-missile.html



Sophisticated: The Naval Strike Missile was developed by Norwegian defence firm Konsberg over the past three years

Deadly: The missile, circled in red, is four-metres long and weighs 880lb




Warfare: The subsonic missile is about to hit the centre of the 300ft vessel causing significant damage




Lethal: The extent of the damage to the stricken vessel is clearly visible before it towed back to the harbour



http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2336822/Caught-camera-The-explosive-moment-Norwegian-navy-blows-OWN-ship-test-latest-long-range-missile.html
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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 30/3/2014, 12:53 pm

Se anuncio el día 28 de Marzo el acuerdo de fabricación de nuevo Misil dirigido anti-buque,
en una versión conjunta para el Reino Unido y Francia, con el fin de proveerse y armarse
con equipo de vanguardia, para actualizar sus naves y proveer de armamento actualizado.


  La empresa multigrupo MBDA, es la contratista que dirigirá el proyecto, con un estimado del
contrato inicial de €600 millones de Euros,  para el desarrollo de estos equipos.


Estos reemplazarán a los misiles desarrollados por los Britanicos Sea Skua  y al diseño Frances AS15TT ambos anti-buques.  Así mismos,  equiparán a los Helos Lynx Wildcats y los Helos Franceses que con estos misiles, para ataques a posiciones en costas y objetivos terrestres.






MBDA to Develop FASGW(H) / ANL, NexGen Anglo-French Anti-Ship Missile




By MBDA on Friday, March 28th, 2014


MBDA welcomes the signature of the Demonstration and Manufacture contract for the FASGW(H) / ANL (Future Anti Surface Guided Weapon (Heavy)/ Anti Navire Léger) missile on 27th March 2014.
This jointly funded Anglo-French contract, valued at more than £500 million (€600 million) has been awarded to MBDA by the UK DE&S (Defence Equipment & Support) on behalf of the French and UK MODs and will be managed as part of MBDA’s Team Complex Weapons Portfolio. The work will complete the joint assessment and missile design work funded by the two nations in cooperation since 2009.
By working in concert and bringing together their respective strengths, Britain and France will not only achieve a more cost effective solution to their military needs, they will also help to strengthen MBDA’s position in confronting worldwide competition. Similarly this will also benefit the capability and export potential of those European helicopter platforms which will integrate the FASGW(H)/ANL system over the coming years.
Antoine Bouvier, CEO of MBDA said: “This programme initiates a new era of cooperation that will allow significant efficiencies on future programmes. Instead of combining their efforts programme by programme, as has been the case up to now, France and the UK will coordinate their development and acquisition approach to eliminate duplication in the missile sector. The benefits in terms of competitiveness and performance, which MBDA has already demonstrated with its principal cooperative programmes (Aster, Storm Shadow/SCALP, Meteor), will accrue in due course to more and more of our French and UK products. A decisive step has been made towards the reinforcement and sustainability of the missile industry sector in Europe. This development also ensures a long-term commitment to our armed forces customers with regard to their security of supply based on mutual access to sovereign technologies”.
FASGW(H)/ANL will equip the Royal Navy’s AW159 Lynx Wildcat helicopters and the French Navy’s maritime helicopters. Weighing around 100kg, this modern primarily anti-ship missile will destroy from safe stand-off ranges vessels ranging from FIAC (Fast Inshore Attack Craft), through medium sized FAC (Fast Attack Craft) up to large vessels such as Corvettes. This missile also has a surface attack capability against coastal and land targets.
This joint programme will deliver an enhanced capability to replace existing and legacy systems such as the UK-developed Sea Skua and the French-developed AS15TT anti-ship missiles. It also puts into practice the new cooperative principles agreed by France and the UK during the summit meetings held between the countries’ governments in November 2010, February 2012 and the Brize Norton summit on the 31st January 2014. These principles extend to the creation of Centres of Excellence common to the two countries. While optimising operational efficiency at the industrial level, this approach will also preserve the technology sovereignty of both countries.
Suitable for both blue water and cluttered littoral operations, FASGW(H)/ANL represents a major advance from a technological standpoint. This new system provides very precise effects against a wide range of threats, even in complex environments, thus satisfying a recognised and common future need. A high speed, two-way data-link communicates the images “seen” by the missile’s seeker to the operator, who, in addition to initiating an autonomous engagement, can alternatively remain in control of the missile throughout the full duration of its flight. This optional, man-in-the-loop, monitor-and-control facility, enables new capabilities such as: in-flight re-targeting; final aim point correction and refinement; or safe abort.
Ultimately, the missile will be able to engage targets situated out of direct line of sight when the launch platform is able to benefit from third party target designation techniques, for example laser illumination.
With a significant presence in five European countries and within the USA, in 2013 MBDA achieved a turnover of 2.8 billion euros with an order book of 10.8 billion euros. With more than 90 armed forces customers in the world, MBDA is a world leader in missiles and missile systems. MBDA is jointly held by Airbus Group (37.5%), BAE Systems (37.5%), and Finmeccanica (25%).



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Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 22/2/2016, 10:45 pm

Aunque el presupuesto de armamento para la Armada Argentina pareciera que esta
limitado, con esta nota de JANES, se confirma la prueba realizada de misiles
EXOCET actualizados en version maritima, lanzados desde buque Corbeta Argentina
clase MEKO 140 A16, de 6 misiles lanzados, 3 fallaron y 2 acertaron.
Uno de los mismos tuvo una explosion anticipada al contacto con el objetivo.

  La respuesta esperada fue anticipada con el impacto alcanzado,
por lo que se obtuvo el proposito, y se dejo sin probar el TORPEDO  
de diseño avanzado localmente de tipo pesado  SST-4 que iba
a ser lanzado desde el ARA San Juan y que no fue necesario.



Argentine navy tests locally upgraded MM38 missiles

Gabriel Porfilio, Orlando, Florida - IHS Jane's Navy International
21 February 2016
 
The Argentine Navy has tested a batch of locally upgraded MM38 Exocet medium-range missiles against a decommissioned oil tanker.

The live-fire exercise took place between 15 and 19 February and involved several surface units, including Drummond (Type A 69)-class and Espora (Meko 140 A16)-class frigates, Durance-class logistics ship ARA Patagonia , and Santa Cruz (TR 1700)-class submarine ARA San Juan .

Six MM38s were launched against the target with at least two making impact, one exploding early in flight (while transitioning from the booster stage to the solid propellant stage), and three missing the target. The mission sank the target ship sooner than expected, and thus prevented planned testing of a locally upgraded SST-4 heavyweight anti-surface torpedo from San Juan .


http://www.janes.com/article/58226/argentine-navy-tests-locally-upgraded-mm38-missiles



Video de la prueba realizada con lanzamiento desde la Corbeta Clase Meko140 A16 de la Armada
Argentina y que realizo efectivo hundimiento del ex-buque tanque ARA Ingeniero Krause!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F4WpbrsTQSg

PD: Siempre habra las preguntas de como se usa presupuesto en buques de poco uso y con un
alto costo, mas lo relevante es que se pueda desarrollar tecnologia avanzada con conocimiento
propio y con dispositivos desarrollados con apoyo local.  Nada mejor que darle utilidad a la
experiencia adquirida, a los dispositivos accesibles para complementar su actualizacion, y
el uso de prueba y mejora continua.  Mis reconocimientos para los tecnicos e investigadores
que lograron este desarrollo en esto tiempos de dificil acceso internacional a menor costo!!!!!

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