So Project 1150 is your creation based on some data.gollevainen said:Thats actually my drawing (what is with people who keep removing the credits?), based on the sole existing drawing of the ALV project. Mine is for my alternative universum project, done few years ago. The orginal image appeared in russian naval magazine Gangut and have been published in various other books as well.
Very little is known about this design, other than it's supposed to be 50 000t full load and 280m long. Propulsion either steam or combined nuclear/steam arragment. It was supposed to carry 38 planes; 28 fighters, 4 AEW planes, 2 recce planes and 4 helicopters.
If you guys have patience until late this year, I will post "all what I know" about the soviet carrier programs alongside with new updated and detailed shipbucket drawings.
Designation "1150" is fake, it called "light aircraft carrier".Tzoli said:So Project 1150 is your creation based on some data.
I think it would be better to see the original drawings rather the shipbucket ones.
Yes, people would be more aware if they didn't remove the credits and labels of the drawing.So Project 1150 is your creation based on some data.
I think it would be
better to see the original drawings rather the shipbucket ones.
If people keep doing that to you, you need to start putting the credits on or over the drawing. Stealing is annoying. I know.gollevainen said:Thats actually my drawing (what is with people who keep removing the credits?),
[font=verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif]Maybe this reduces wear or is more efficient somehow?tround said:A ski jump with a catapult ? For what ? With 80000 tons the catapults are enough .
tround said:The ski jump is for small aircrafts carrier , no ?
Is there a embarked plane which would need such a system ?
[font=verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif]As many as they can fit into the hangar deck?tround said:How many additional planes can be embarked ? Not much .
tround said:I find also strange , the design of the elevators .
So does that mean that the aircraft will be hitting the ski jump at full take off speed?Nils_D said:Maybe they're EM catapults combined with a ski-jump?
At the moment its only a long term requirement for the 2020's, they haven't selected a design yet, the Navy focus os on the new Submarines, Frigates and seeing how they get on building their own edition of the Mistral class.bring_it_on said:When is the expected In service date....
Offhand, I would say that it is probably very close, if not identical, to Project 1143. The proportions of all components seem to match as do the sizes of the aircraft with respect to the ship. The ski-jump flight deck portion of the flight deck replacing the missile and gun batteries does change the appearance a bit with the length overall probably being increased a bit but everything else seems to match.gollevainen said:Nice to see new angle pics of these designs. That last one has intrigued me quite along now, would die a little to get some info about it's lenght/displacement.
Source:Design and construction of perspective for the Russian Navy aircraft carrier can cost the state budget of 400 billion rubles. It is reported by the Central Navy Portal, citing a Krylovskogo state scientific center, the project developer promising concept ship. Cost carrier directly estimated at 80 billion rubles.
Model aircraft carrier sea complex displacement of about [80,000] tons was presented at the International Maritime Defense Show, held in St. Petersburg. According to the publication, the ship will receive two jumping and four catapults, and Fleet Air Arm aircraft carrier will ship up to 40 multi-role combat aircraft: deck version of the fighter T-50 (PAK FA) and MiG-29K/KUB. Concept project involves the installation of non-nuclear aircraft carrier at the power plant.
According to preliminary data, the features of the project will allow the ship to reach speeds up to 30 knots, despite the large size and displacement. Earlier it was reported that the design of a new aircraft carrier for the Russian Navy will be completed in 2018, four years later than previously planned. In the same year, and is scheduled to begin construction of the ship.
In the current program of armaments for 2011-2020 Russian design and construction of an aircraft carrier is not included, but it is expected that the funding of this project will be included in a new program for 2016-2025 years arms. This document is expected to be presented to the President of Russia in 2015.
kaiserbill said:Thanks Blackstar.
I've not seen this design before.
It looks large, with a beam in the Nimitz class size if the scaling of the aircraft models are even roughly correct.
Anybody know anything further about it?
What is that label/description in the first pic, and what was said in the video?