Russia Negotiates Sale of Three Frigates to India as Ukraine Failed to Deliver Turbines

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  1. garg_bharat

    garg_bharat Senior Member Senior Member

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    EVENDALE, Ohio -- GE Marine reports that the Indian Navy commissioned the INS Shivalik stealth frigate on April 29, 2010, at the Indian Navy's shipyard in Mumbai. This first-in-class frigate, built by Mazagon Dock Ltd. (MDL), is powered by two GE LM2500 aeroderivative marine gas turbines with two diesels in a COmbined Diesel Or Gas turbine (CODOG) configuration. This project marks the first LM2500-powered ship to enter service with the Indian Navy.

    GE also provided four LM2500 gas turbine kits to Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL), Bangalore, which HAL assembled and tested for the Indian Navy's indigenous aircraft carrier; the keel laying took place on February 28, 2009. This brings the total to 10 LM2500 propulsion modules HAL provided to the Indian Navy.

    http://www.geaviation.com/press/marine/marine_20100524.html

    So HAL did not build the turbine "under license". There is a difference in assembly from kit, and manufacturing.
     
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    Correct. I have edited the title.
     
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    Akim Defence Professionals Defence Professionals

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    "ZARYA" – "MASHPROEKT" WILL PRODUCE POWERPLANTS FOR WARSHIPS OF INDIA
    State company (SC) "Zorya" – "Mashproekt" which is part of Ukroboronprom, will produce a propulsion system for ships of the Indian Navy. A contract the company signed with the Ministry of defence of the Republic of India.

    The contract was signed in the framework of the program of replacement of engines and gearboxes that have developed a comprehensive resource and needs to be decommissioned. The program provides for refurbishment of the small ships of the Indian Navy and will be implemented in 2016-2017.

    "SC "Zorya" – "Mashproekt" successfully cooperates with the Indian side on several projects. Already 30 ships of Indian Navy are equipped with engines of our production. Soon we will begin to implement the program of major repairs of engines in service on Indian ships. We have great prospects for expanding our cooperation. I am sure that there is a lot more mutually beneficial contracts", – said the Director of Ukrainian enterprises Konstantin Kartoshkin.

    State concern "Ukroboronprom" systematically working on the recovery of exports and increasing of export potential of the defence industry of Ukraine, it's direct foreign exchange revenues and the possibility of introducing new technologies in the production of modern weapons and equipment. In addition, attracting foreign exchange earnings allows to rearm the Ukrainian army with no additional burden on taxpayers.

    SC "Zorya" – "Mashproekt" is one of the world leaders in gas turbine construction. The company specializes on the design and manufacture of turbines for marine ships, for electricity and gas transport routes.
    http://ukroboronprom.com.ua/uk/zory...ustanovky-dlya-vijskovyh-korabliv-indiyi.html
     

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