INS Vikramaditya

INS Vikramaditya

largest ship of indian navy


INS Vikramaditya is the newest and largest ship to be inducted into the Indian Navy on 16 November 2013. The ship was launched on 16 Nov 13 by the Defense Minister Shri AK Antony in Russia.

INS Vikramaditya
Stobar Carrier
Displacement: 44,500 t
Length oa: 284 square meters
Max Beam: 60M
Speed: over 30 ktss
04 propeller
08 powered by boiler,
Aircraft components: MiG-29K, Kamov-31, Kamov-28, Seaking, ALH, Chetak

background
As we gained our independence, our visionary leaders saw the centrality of a powerful navy and set us on the right track by envisioning an Indian Navy focused on aircraft carriers for maritime control over our vast areas of maritime interest. INS Vikrant, India’s first aircraft carrier was acquired from Great Britain and was launched on 04 March 1961. INS Vikrant was the carrier of the Majestic Catatubar (Catapult Assisted Take Off But Return of Arrest) and operated Sea Hawk fighters, Allied (Anti-Submarine). Warfare) Aircraft and Helicopter Search. In line with his vision, India overtook HMS Hermes, a Centaur-class STOVL carrier and fell victim to the Falklands War. INS Viraat was commissioned on 12 May 1987 as India’s second aircraft carrier and India’s first STOVL carrier to operate Sea Harrier aircraft. Soon after the acquisition of INS Viraat, INS Vikrant was also converted from October carrier to STOVL (Short Take-and-F and Vertical Landing) carrier. INS Vikrant was decommissioned in 1997 after 36 years of glorious service under Indian authorities. India has had two aircraft carriers for almost a decade and the Indian Navy was fully aware of the criticism that aircraft carriers were available to deploy on every coast to fulfill the assigned tasks of the Navy. Recognizing the importance of aircraft carriers, the Indian Navy has already begun to explore the possibility of designing and building indigenous aircraft carriers, a project that began in the late 90s with the idea of ​​an air defense aircraft. . However, considering the long duration of such projects, INS. The hunt for a replacement for Vikrant gathered pace as his settlement drew closer.

It was at this time that Russia offered Admiral Gorshkov to the Indian Navy. Negotiations for the acquisition of 44,500,000 tonnes of Admiral Gorshkov began in 1994. Various high-level representatives who independently assessed the ship concluded that the ship’s hull was in good material condition and that a suitable combination of aircraft would be considered for exploitation in the Indian Navy. .

sign the contract
After detailed negotiations, the two countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding during the visit of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primakov in December 1998. The international agreement, which included the acquisition of Project 11430 (Admiral Gorshkov), was signed on 04 October 2000 between the Center for the Russian Federation and the Government of India. After detailed project development review, contract negotiations and subsequent price negotiations, the government on 17 Jan 04 approved Rs. Acquisition at a cost of Rs 4881.67 crore. The deals were signed on 20 Jan 04 and the effective date of the agreement was established as 24 Feb 04. The R&R of the ship started from 09 Apr 04.

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The repairs and repairs were being carried out by the state-owned shipyard FSUE Sevamash in Severodvinsk, Russia. The R&R was to be completed within 52 months. Although the renovation process was started with a good reward, it was soon realized that the work and equipment required in return was much more than the original estimate. Cost changes and slippage over time will result in complete replacement of entire lengths of cables, large sections of steel hulls, motors, turbines and boilers, etc.

INS Vikramaditya
A lengthy renegotiation took place over the coming months to reach a mutually acceptable price for the renovation. Finally, in December 2009, the Indian and Russian sides reached an agreement on the final cost of delivery of the ship. More significantly, it was agreed that the ship would only be delivered in 2012. Although the cost of the re-negotiation was much higher than originally agreed, Gorshkov’s addition would increase the blue waters. Indian naval requirements compensated for the high cost.

New avatar ‘Vikramaditya’
An aircraft carrier carrying powerful long-range multi-role fighter aircraft is a naturally designed platform for power launch. Just as Gorshkov was transformed into Vikramaditya, Vikramaditya will be the face of the Fleet Air Arm of the Indian Navy.

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Stobar Carrier
Displacement: 44,500 t
Length oa: 284 square meters
Max Beam: 60M
Speed: over 30 ktss
04 propeller
08 powered by boiler,
Aircraft components: MiG-29K, Kamov-31, Kamov-28, Seaking, ALH, Chetak

The developed airfield Vikramaditya has a length of about 284 meters and a maximum beam of about 60 meters, with three football fields spread together. From a height of about 20 storeys to the highest point, the sharp view of this 44,500 ton mega structure is breathtaking. The ship has a total of 22 decks.

With over 1,600 departures in the morning, Vikramaditya is literally a ‘floating city’. This is a huge logistics requirement involving a large population – about one million eggs, 20,000 liters of milk and 16 tonnes of rice per month. With its full stock of provisions, it is able to sustain itself at sea for about 45 days. With a capacity of 8,000 tonnes LSHSD, it is capable of operating up to a range of 7,000 nautical miles or 13,000 km.

sea ​​trial preparation
To enable the city to cut 44,500,000 tonnes of floating steel at speeds up to 30 knots, it is powered by 64 new generation boilers with a steam capacity of 100 VSPH, generating a total output power. 180,000 shp. Vikramaditya will be involved in new generation boiler technology with high level of automation. These high pressure and highly efficient boilers power four formidable propellers, each with a diameter larger than the height of each male. Such a four-propeller-four shaft configuration is the second in the Indian Navy.

06 Turbo Alternators and 06 Diesel Alternators generate a total of 18 MW of power to power the various equipment of the ship, which is sufficient to meet the lighting requirement of the Mini City. The ship also has 02 Reverse Osmosis Plants which provide an uninterrupted supply of 400 tonnes of fresh water per day.

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Widespread improvements in sensors, including long-range aerial surveillance radar, advanced electronic warfare suites, enable the ship to maintain a surveillance bubble of more than 500 kilometers around the ship.

The ship has the capacity to carry over 30 aircraft including MiG-29K/C Harrier, Kamov 31, Kamov 28, Sea King, ALH-Dhruv and Chetak helicopters. The MiG-29K swing role fighter is the main offensive platform and provides a major leap forward in the maritime strike capability of the Indian Navy. This fourth-generation Air Excellence Fighter provides the Indian Navy with a range of over 700 nm (can be increased from 1,900 nm with inflight refueling) and a range of weapons, including anti-ship missiles, to a range beyond the air. There is a visual limit. Missiles, guided bombs and rockets.

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Extended flight deck at night
The ship is equipped with state-of-the-art launch and recovery systems for easy and efficient operation of the aircraft carrier. Major systems include the Luna Landing System for the MiG, the DAPS Landing System for the Sea Harrier and the Flight Deck Lighting System.

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At the heart of the operational operational network that brings to life ship-based warfare systems is the Computer Aided Action Information Organization (CAIO) system, LESSORB-E. Lesorb has the capability to process, match and assemble a wide range of strategic images and collect data from the ship’s sensors and data links. This state-of-the-art system is designed keeping in mind the essential requirements of the conductor for combat control and direction.

One of the most popular devices equipped with a superstructure is the Resistor-E radar complex. The Resistor-E is an automated system designed to provide vehicle handling control, orientation/landing and short-range navigation for ship-carrying aircraft. The complex, along with its various sub-systems, provides navigation and flight data for a wide range of vessels operating from the mother ship. The Accuracy Approach Guidance System assists fighters on approach to guide a short distance of 30 m from the flight deck. Vikramaditya is also proud of the state-of-the-art communication complex CCS Mk II to meet its external communication needs. The establishment of the Link II Technical Data System allows it to be fully integrated with the network-centric operations of the Indian Navy.

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