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Navio aceptado - 30FF(DISEÑO FRAGATA) De la Naval Nipona- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries - inicio de fabricacion en 2018

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Dado que la industria naval Nipona, posee presupuesto asignado al desarrollo de tecnologias
y diseños con pruebas previas, se desgloza el diseño de una Fragata Ligera de 3,000 tons,
seguramente con mayor desplazamiento en velocidad, sigilo y figura de desdibujar la
silueta de buque de armamento mayor.
 Sus equipos de avanzada aun no revelados, seguramente tendran complementos a las
armas en desarrollo, y con las combinaciones probadas en las unidades en dicha
funcion.  Ahorros significativos les daran a los constructores, para que reciban las
instrucciones de que equipos seran los mas efectivos a ser instalados en dichos nuevos
diseños de construccion.
Este modelo vendra a reemplazar a las Fragatas de 4,900 tons clase Asaguiri y de 4,000
tons clase Hatsuyuki!!!!!





Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Unveiled 30FF or DEX Next Generation Vessel Concept for the JMSDF
Navy Recognition ^ | 12 June 2015



In its latest "Defense and space domain briefing" Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) unveiled a new surface combatant concept. Not much information is available but this new concept may be MHI's vision for the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) next generation 3000 tons class Frigate known as "30FF" or FFX.




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MHI surface combatant vessel concept revealed in its latest "Defense and space domain briefing" could be the JMSDF future 3000 tons class frigate known as "30FF". Source: MHI

The MHI briefing document explains that this concept vessel is being designed to answer the new needs from the JMSDF for "compact" vessels.

The Japanese MoD expressed a new need for compatct hull Destroyers (known as DEX) in its mid-term defense program In its "Medium Term Defense Program (FY2014 - FY2018)" the Japanese MoD explains:

In defense of the seas surrounding Japan and to ensure the security of maritime traffic, the SDF will effectively conduct various activities including holding persistent ISR and anti - submarine operations; procuring Aegis - equipped destroyers (DDG), destroyer (DD), submarines, fixed - wing patrol aircraft (P-1) and patrol helicopters (SH-60K); and conducting service - extension activities on existing destroyers, submarines, fixed-wing patrol aircraft (P-3C) and patrol helicopters (SH-60J) as stated in (1) . At the same time, it will introduce new compact- type hull destroyers with multifunctional capabilities.

Therefore this new MHI concept may also be the answer to Japan's new need for compact destroyers.

Based on the illustration, the vessels seems to be fitted with an integrated mast with several planar arrays for radar(s), a 5 inch (127mm/L62) main gun, two remote weapon stations between the bridge and the main gun, and what could be a Phalanx CIWS on top of the helicopter hangar. We'll have to wait to know more as not much information is available at all on this new concept.

Navy Recognition believes however that this concept may be the future replacement for the JMSDF older classes of surface combatant such as the 4,900 tonnes Asagiri class and the 4,000 tonnes Hatsuyuki class.

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3299756/posts


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Impresionante, será una de las mejores fragatas cuando sea concretada.
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Takeda escribió:Impresionante, será una de las mejores fragatas cuando sea concretada.

Dadas las cuotas de la vecina Armada China, y para contrarrestar sus efectos de pesado buque,
ha aligerado su carga a 3,000 tons, lo estan formando a ser mas veloz a los 30 nudos,
con equipo de tecnologia de punta en antisubmarinos(vease la grandeza de flota de submarinos
chinos en los proximos 20 años), con sigilo de dibujo y propusion extrasilenciosa, y con preparacion para adaptar los adelantos de armamento de laser (TRDI LASER), de TIRO DE RIEL con diseño indigenizado,
asi como los sistemas AEGIS version II, mas los que se acumulen.
No hay duda que el sistema antisubmarino (ASW), debera estar en lo mas fino en diseño, dada
las detecciones obtenidas de sus propios subs japoneses en servicio, y que han definido a cada
tipo de nave opuesta(armadas mutinacionales) sus emisiones de ruido, sigilo y anti-deteccion
de los mismos y que han practicado dichas variantes en diversos escenarios no revelados.

La evolucion de tener una Fragata mas ligera y mas letal, tendra sus beneficios y adelantos,
contra las grandes siluetas que los paises desarrollando ahora sus modelos, presentan esas
modalidades!!!!
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Ya se esta cocinando la machaca; Mitsubishi queda como contratista titular, y Mitsui, como subcontratista, y se encargaran de fabricar 8 naves con el diseño ajustado a 3,900 toneladas, 130 metros de eslora, y con el proposito de darle el rol de Fragata mas ligera que las actuales de 4,500 y 4,900 que seran reemplazadas por estos.

Dentro de los roles ya conocidos, - antisubmarinos y anti minas - podran ser complementados con systemas de avanzada y armamento versatil de lanzamiento vertical.

La investigacion de ATLA, esta dando resultados y continuara realizando sus propios proyectos para evolucionar sus diseños aprobados.



MHI lands contract to build new Japanese destroyers
By: Mike Yeo   August 18
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Japan chose MHI to design and build Japan's new class of destroyers for its Maritime Self-Defense Force. (MHI via ATLA)
MELBOURNE, Australia – Japan has selected Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, or MHI, to be the lead contractor to build a new class of multipurpose destroyers with construction expected to begin in 2018.

An Aug. 9 release from Japan’s Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Agency, or ATLA, also named Mitsui Engineering and Shipbuilding Company as the subcontractor for the project which seeks to build eight (Cool ships to enter service with the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force by the next decade.

MHI’s design and proposal beat out competition from Mitsui and Japan Marine United Corporation for Phase 2 of ATLA’s evaluation, with MHI coming up tops for performance, balance and capability. However, ATLA had previously said in February that the losing bidders will still carry out major portions of the build to avoid shipyard closures and loss of industrial capacity.

According to the specifications released by ATLA, the new destroyers will be 130 meters long and displace 3,900 tons, and will be designed for a variety of missions including anti-submarine warfare and mine countermeasures, with the capability to operate helicopters, unmanned surface and underwater vehicles.

The ships will be armed with a 5-inch, 62-caliber gun, almost certainly to be the BAE Mk.45 Mod 4 weapon; an unknown number of Vertical Launch System cells; canister-launched anti-ship missiles and a SeaRAM system with a Raytheon/Diehl BGT Defence RIM-116 Rolling Airframe Missile for local air defense.

The primary multifunction radar and other primary sensors will be enclosed in an integrated mast and hull mounted sonar will be fitted for mine countermeasures operations, according to the MHI artwork that accompanied the ATLA release. The ships will also carry tactical datalinks, SATCOM for communications as well as towed array and variable depth sonar for its anti-submarine sensor suite.

ATLA also said that the ships will be powered by a Rolls-Royce MT30 gas turbine and a pair of MAN 12V28/33D STC diesel engines in a Combined Diesel and Gas or CODAG arrangement, with the ships capable of making 30 knots. Each ship is expected to cost 50 billion yen or $456.7 million.

MHI had previously displayed a model of what it called the 30FF frigate at various defense and naval exhibitions, and had offered the design to Australia for its SEA 5000 Future Frigate although it was ultimately not considered for that program.

https://www.defensenews.com/naval/2017/08/18/mhi-lands-contract-to-build-new-japanese-destroyers/

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