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Today's largest Battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy & Typhoon Submarine Dmitriy Donskoy von BEST TECH   1 year ago


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Pyotr Velikiy (Russian: Пётр Великий) is the fourth Kirov-class battlecruiser of the Russian Navy. Initially named Yuri Andropov. The Russian designation for the type is "heavy missile cruiser", but Western defense commentators re-invented the term "battlecruiser" to describe these as they are the largest surface combatant warships in the world. Pyotr Velikiy is the flagship of the Northern Fleet.
Displacement: 24,300 tons (standard), 28,000 tons (full load)
Length: 252 m (827 ft), 230 m (750 ft) (waterline)
Beam: 28.5 m (94 ft)
Draft: 9.1 m (30 ft)
Installed power: 140,000 shp (100,000 kW)
Propulsion: 2-shaft, nuclear propulsion with steam turbine boost
Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h)
Range: 1,000 nautical miles (1,850 km) at 30 knots (56 km/h) (combined propulsion),
Essentially unlimited with nuclear power at 20 knots (37 km/h)
Complement: 727
Aircrew: 18
Flag staff: 15
Sensors and processing systems:
Voskhod MR-800 (Top Pair) 3D search radar on foremast
Fregat MR-710 (Top Steer) 3D search radar on main mast
2 × Palm Frond navigation radar on foremast
1 aft × Top Dome for SA-N-6 fire control
1 forward x Tomb Stone (Passive electronically scanned array)
4 × Bass Tilt for AK-630 CIWS System fire control
2 × Eye Bowl for SA-N-4 fire control
Horse Jaw LF hull sonar
Horse Tail VDS (Variable Depth Sonar)
20 P-700 Granit (SS-N-19 Shipwreck) anti-ship missiles
16 × 8 (128) 3K95 "Kinzhal" (SA-N-9) surface-to-air missiles
6 × 8 (48) S-300FM Fort-M surface-to-air missiles
6 × 8 (48) S-300 (missile) Fort surface-to-air missiles
44 OSA-MA (SA-N-4 Gecko) PD SAM
2 × RBU-1000 (Smerch-3) 305 mm ASW rocket launchers
2 × RBU-12000 (Udav-1) 254 mm ASW rocket launchers
1 twin AK-130 130 mm/L70 dual purpose gun
10 533 mm ASW/ASuW torpedo tubes, Type 53 torpedo or SS-N-15 ASW missile
6 × Kashtan (CADS-N-1) point defense gun/missile system
Armour: 76 mm plating around reactor compartment, light splinter protection
Aircraft carried: 3 × Kamov Ka-27 "Helix" or Ka-25 "Hormone"
Aviation facilities: Below-deck hangar
The Project 941 or Akula, Russian "Акула" ("Shark") class submarine (NATO reporting name: Typhoon) is a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine deployed by the Soviet Navy in the 1980s. With a submerged displacement of 48,000 tonnes, the Typhoons are the largest class of submarine ever built, large enough to accommodate decent living facilities for the crew when submerged for months on end. The source of the NATO reporting name remains unclear, although it is often claimed to be related to the use of the word "Typhoon" ("тайфун") by Leonid Brezhnev in a 1974 speech while describing a new type of nuclear ballistic missile submarine, as a reaction to the US Navy Ohio-class submarines.
The Russian Navy canceled its Typhoon modernization program in March 2012, stating that modernizing one Typhoon would be as expensive as building two new Borei-class submarines. With the announcement that Russia has eliminated the last SS-N-20 Sturgeon SLBMs in September 2012, the remaining Typhoons have reached the end of service. In the future maybe will carry Poseidon a nuclear-armed underwater drone.
23,200–24,500 t (22,830–24,110 long tons) surfaced
33,800–48,000 t (33,270–47,240 long tons) submerged
Length: 175 m (574 ft 2 in)
Beam: 23 m (75 ft 6 in)
Draught: 12 m (39 ft 4 in)
2 × OK-650 pressurized-water nuclear reactors, 190 MWt each
2 × VV-type steam turbines, 37 MW (49,600 hp) each
2 shafts with 7-bladed shrouded screws
22.22 knots (41.15 km/h; 25.57 mph) surfaced
27 knots (50 km/h; 31 mph) submerged
Endurance: 120+ days submerged
Test depth: 400 m (1,300 ft)
Complement: 160
1 × 9K38 Igla SAM
6 × 533 mm (21 in) torpedo tubes
RPK-2 Viyuga cruise missiles
Type 53 torpedoes
D-19 launch system
20 × RSM-52 SLBMs