jueves, 17 de septiembre de 2015

Buque de Comando y Apoyo Clase Absalon (Dinamarca)

he Absalon class vessels are supported by the Royal Danish Navy. The class forms two ships built by Odense Steel Shipyard, dumped in 2005 and allocated in 2007. The class is based on a design similar to the frigate, but built with an internal multipurpose deck (soft cover) and a stern ramp for vehicles .
L16 HDMS Absalon - 20070902.jpg
Boats can serve as a command platform for a staff of 75 people (naval staff or set) with a command center and containerized transportation control and as a base for a landing force the size of a company of 200 men vehicles.
Alternatively, the flexible cover can be used for mine laying operations with a capacity of 300 mines, or be equipped for removal operations, also to launch and retrieve detectors and mine clearance teams through a gantry, with stern ramp, which is also used for launching and recovery of fast landing craft.

In addition, the flexible cover can house a container hospital or simply transporting a number of standard ISO containers or about 55 vehicles, including up to 7 MBT. The boats carry two LCPs (Storebro SB90E), two rigid hull inflatable boats and two medium helicopters.

he standard armament of the Absalon class can be supplemented by using StanFlex mission modules. A special weapons cover is designed with five module slots StanFlex (missile).

The ships are named after the twelfth century Danish archbishop Absalon and his brother Esbern Snare.

Origin Denmark
Odense Steel Shipyard
State service in the Royal Danish Navy
Ship Type Command and Support
First unit HDMS Absalon (L16)
HDMS Esbern Snare last unit (L17)
Miners class above class Falster
Active Units 2
Displacement 6,600 t apc
Length 137.6 m
Manga 19.5 m
Draft 6.3 m
3D volumetric radar sensors Thales SMART-S Mk2 - surface search radar Terma Scanter 2100 - Atlas sound ASO 94 - fire control radar 4 x 200 Saab ZEROS - Tactical Radar Electronic Support Measures (ESMES-3701
1x naval gun armament Mk. 45 Mod 4 (5 "/ 62.) - 2 x 35 mm Oerlikon Millennium CIWS - 6 × 12.7 mm heavy machine guns
ASW torpedo MU90
VLS with up to 36 RIM-162 ESSM / RIM-7 Sea Sparrow (Mk 56 / Mk 48 VLS)
3 x 2 x Stinger System point defense SAM
8-16 × Harpoon Block II SSM
EW 4 × 12 decoy launchers cylinders Terma DL-12T 130 mm decoy launchers and 2 × 6-cylinder Terma DL-6T 130 mm
Mark Seagnat 36 SRBOC
2 diesel propulsion MTU M70 8000 with two axes, with a power of 22,300 bhp (16.6 MW)
Speed ​​Up to 24 knots (44 km / h)
Autonomy 9,000 nautical miles (17,000 km) at 15 knots (28 km / h)
Crew 100 sailors, more replacements (Total: 300)
Capacity 2 x SB90E LCP - 2 x RHIB
Helicopters 2 × EH-101 or 2 x Westland Lynx
Apontaje platform aft with hangar
Cost: $ 267 million (US) per unit