First Complete Rendering of Kolkata Class

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  1. afako

    afako Regular Member

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    P 15A Class
     
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  3. Bheeshma

    Bheeshma Regular Member

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    Thats just the regular P-15 Delhi class.
     
  4. Kunal Biswas

    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Kolkata class Destroyer look like this :

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    arnabmit Homo Communis Indus Senior Member

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    Payeng Daku Mongol Singh

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    INS Kolkata was supposed to be commissioned in March 2013 after 7 loooong years of launch and we are still talking about graphical rendering impression :facepalm::dude::facepalm::dude::facepalm::dude:
     
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    Ops, bye bye cir, he seldom be banned, he should able to meet his enhanced version cinoti in Tihar jail.
     
  9. indian_sukhoi

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    The ships of this class had finished its trails some time ago. Its waiting for its new Armament, The Brahmos-II and Barack-II to be fitted
     
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    I see Cir's location is in Tihar jail...watch your ass in there guy...................don't drop the soap in the shower!!!!!
     
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    we want to learn lessοn can mod show why he is banned
     
  12. afako

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    That is the beauty of Indian Naval Design.

    Low Super Structure and High Mast results in more stability at the High Seas and increases detection range.
    @W.G.Ewald

    Can you share the info on the cracks and faults developed on Ticonderoga Class and Early Burkes due to High Salinity conditions and high deck?

    USN was surprised how did INS Mysore was able to traverse effortlessly the Cyclonic North Atlantic when all their ships were docked in the harbour. :rofl:
     
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    Not Brahmos-II ,the same Brahmos-I on 15A. Yes they are waiting for Barak-8 (Barak-II) :)
     
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    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    I have no information on the problems with Ticonderoga or Arleigh Burke classes.
     
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    Must have missed this article.. Can you share some more information plz.
     
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    From what I know INS Trikand is in the commissioning stages.
     
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    Both the Arleigh Burkes and Ticonderoga class have been criticised as being top heavy and thus unstable. The new Zumwalt class has a piercing wave design, which is again being termed unstable in rough seas.

    In contrast the IN design bureau have preferred better stability in all their designs, right from the Brahmaputra class.
    As for the new P15 kolkata class, the rendering is most definately wrong. The clutter on the main radar mast will be significantly less than shown. Thanks for pointing that out.
     
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    Cracks plague Ticonderoga-class cruisers - Navy News | News from Afghanistan & Iraq - Navy Times

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    Indian Ships are known for their stability at high seas!
     
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    3 more will be built at a Private Shipyard under Yantar's Guidance.
     
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    Sir, any links or news when the deal was signed and which shipyard will build the same?
     

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