Este es un foro dedicado a las Fuerzas Armadas Mexicanas así como de los diferentes Cuerpos de Policía y demás entes que se dedican a la Seguridad interna de México.


Pistas aereas en islas flotantes - Desarrollos en proceso, ubicaciones moviles, planes militares, noticias e imagenes

Comparte
avatar
Rogersukoi27
General de División
General de División

Mensajes : 10193
Masculino
Edad : 59

Pistas aereas en islas flotantes - Desarrollos en proceso, ubicaciones moviles, planes militares, noticias e imagenes

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 24/10/2015, 10:31 pm





Si bien los astilleros Chinos, se encuentran fabricando un portaviones con
diseño propio, y con sigilo hasta cancelar las paginas que publican noticias sobre
esta construccion, ahora se lanza proyecto sui generis, donde las ISLAS FLOTANTES
CON PISTA DE ATERRIZAJE, presentan ciertas ventajas al poder reubicar su
localizacion a diferentes locaciones, dandole efectos de factor sorpresa, asi como
acercar sus capacidades hacia lugares que tengan prioridad de soporte y
respaldo logistico aereo.
Las inconveniencias ,siempre seran la falta de cobertura aerea permanente,
asi como los efectos de mareas que le interfieran sobre su funcion de estabilidad
y posicionamiento estable.
Otra de las observaciones sobre el reconocimiento de su soberania como una
unidad movil militar, tendra que determinarse su legislacion para ubicar el tipo
de tratamiento que se le dara a estos diseños de vanguardia.
CABE HACER MENCION QUE YA EXISTEN PISTAS FLOTANTES FUNCIONANDO,
CON LA UBICACION FIJA PARA FINES COMERCIALES Y DE SERVICIO PUBLICO.











subir fotos online




August 14, 2015 12:13 pm

Chinese launch floating fortress project
Charles Clover in Beijing

Floating fortresses, straight from the pages of George Orwell and favoured by evil geniuses with a penchant for white Angora cats, may soon exist outside the world of post-apocalyptic fiction and James Bond films.
Two Chinese companies say they are to build platforms as long as 3.2km that could host airstrips, docks, helipads, barracks or even “comprehensive security bases”, in the words of one company executive.

FirstFT is our new essential daily email briefing of the best stories from across the web
For now, the structures remain within the realm of computer graphics, plastic dioramas and PowerPoint presentations. The companies emphasise their more peaceful potential as duty-free shopping centres and exotic tourist destinations.

But executives are open about the fact that there are also military applications for their projects, known as very large floating structures, which could one day become part of China’s naval armada.
The structures are dual-use, said Feng Jun, chairman of Hainan Offshore Industry, a company developing the technology. “So far these are only in the design and research phase.” The technology, still being developed worldwide, has been used mainly in the area of oil and gas, by companies such as Shell.
Structures akin to the floating fortresses of Nineteen Eighty-Four could be a fearsome complement to half a dozen newly created islands that Beijing has dredged out of the floor in the South China Sea. With airstrips, harbours and other facilities, these are aimed at buttressing China’s claim to 90 per cent of the sea, which is disputed by its neighbours as well as the US.
While floating islands would be granted none of the sovereignty of real islands by international law, they could nonetheless be used to station aircraft or buttress the defences of the artificial islands.
Hainan Offshore’s website refers to the potentially strategic use of its wares. “Under the increasingly complicated South China Sea situation,” it says in a company introduction, “Hainan Offshore Industry adheres to the principle ‘when the sovereignty of the state is challenged, time and tide wait for no man’.”
Deployment of a VLFS could test already tense relations in the region. “Planting one of these in the middle of the South China Sea would be a terribly provocative act,” said Richard Bitzinger, an authority on maritime security.


subir imagenes


China’s military appears to have shown interest in VFLS projects. Hainan Offshore showed plastic models of a VLFS oil-drilling rig at a closed-door conference for military industry in July, hosted in Beijing by China’s State Administration of Science Technology and Industry for National Defence. In April, a photo of a closed-door forum sponsored by the China National Defence University and Peking University showed a People’s Liberation Army officer speaking at a podium in front of a large poster of a VLFS featuring an airstrip, though no information could be found on who he was or what he said. A spokesman for China’s defence ministry this week said he had never heard of any plans for procuring or using such structures.
In depth
Asia maritime tensions

Latest news and comment on the escalating disputes over islands and territorial waters between an increasingly assertive China and its neighbours

Further reading
Jidong Development, a state-owned company listed on the Shenzhen stock exchange, confirmed it was contributing most of the Rmb3.7bn in research funding to the joint project.
The first VFLS is being built at dry dock in Caofeidian near Beijing, Wang Shuyong, manager of a Jidong subsidiary, told local media. This VFLS would be used as a “deep sea comprehensive security base”. Mr Wang declined to comment when contacted by the FT.
The Caofeidian Industrial Zone mentions in its 2014 annual report that it is “helping the companies engaged in the VLFS project to file paperwork for factory planning and construction and use of the industrial coast, and promptly taking action to prepare for construction”.
Still, experts say the structures — if built — are more likely to be large oil drilling rigs. But even then, they could change the maritime power dynamic.

Last year China parked an oil-drilling platform in a section of the sea claimed by Vietnam, sparking a heated confrontation at sea between Chinese and Vietnamese fishing boats. The rig was later withdrawn.
In any case, Mr Bitzinger doubts they would have much military value in a conflict. They would be “expensive and hard to move around”, he said, adding that China would be better off with more aircraft carriers.



http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/10c52276-40d8-11e5-b98b-87c7270955cf.html#axzz3pXi11WoU

avatar
Rogersukoi27
General de División
General de División

Mensajes : 10193
Masculino
Edad : 59

Re: Pistas aereas en islas flotantes - Desarrollos en proceso, ubicaciones moviles, planes militares, noticias e imagenes

Mensaje por Rogersukoi27 el 24/10/2015, 10:36 pm



Algunos proyectos ya establecidos, se anticiparon a las amenazas que ahora se han
convertido, mas fueron aplicadas con propositos muy practicos, y sin el fin de
buscar usos militares en primera instancia.
La aplicacion de estas tecnologias, presentan facilidades para ampliar actividades
de alta operatividad, alejando los riesgos de accidentes aereos de las poblaciones
cercanas, y ampliando las maniobras de acuatizar las naves ante las areas de
manto marino en su alrededor.
Ahora veremos que modalidades buscaran extrapolar con estos adelantos, para la
aplicacion a instalaciones de interes militar y de mobilidad estrategica.



KANSAI AIRPORT,  OSAKA  JAPON


subir foto

SHIRASHIMA  FLOATING OIL STORAGE BASE

sube

PROPUESTA DE AEROPUERTO FLOTANTE EN TOKYO JAPON

hosting imagenes

PROPUESTA DE AEROPUERTO FLOTANTE EN LONDRES - BRITANNICA


subir fotos

TECNOLOGIA DISPONIBLE PARA FABRIACION DE PISTAS FLOTANTES -


imagen jpg

http://www.xtreme.hawaii.edu/research-projects/vlfs/

    Fecha y hora actual: 23/11/2017, 12:30 pm