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Thursday, 17 December 2020

INS Vikramaditya - The latest and largest ship of the Indian Navy

INS Vikramaditya is the newest and largest ship to join the Indian Navy on November 16, 2013. The ship was launched on 16 November 13 by Mr. AK Antony, Minister of Defense in Russia.

INS Vikramaditya

STOBAR CARRIER

Displacement: 44,500 t

Length OA: 284 m

Maximum beam: 60 m

Speed: more than 30 ktss

04 Propellers

Powered by 08 boilers,


Aircraft components: MiG-29K, Kamov-31, Kamov-28, Seeking, ALH, Chetak

Negotiations to acquire 44,500,000 tons of Admiral Gorshkov began in 1994. Various high-level delegates who evaluated the ship independently concluded that the ship's hull was in good material condition and the appropriate combination of aircraft would be worth considering for exploitation in the Indian Navy. .

Signing the contract

The international agreement, which included the acquisition of Project 11430 (Admiral Gorshkov), was signed on 04 October 2000 between the Russian Federation and the Center of the Government of India. After detailed project development review, contract negotiations and subsequent price negotiations, the government approved on 17 January 04 Rs. Acquisition at a cost of Rs.4881.67 crore. The deals were signed on 20 January 04 and the effective date of the agreement was established as 24 February 04. The R&R of the ship started from 09 April 04.



The repair and refit was being carried out by FSUE Sevamash, a state-owned shipyard in Severodvinsk, Russia. R&R was to be completed within 52 months. Although the renovation process was started with a decent bounty, it was soon realized that the required work and equipment in return was significantly higher than the original estimate. The full length of the cable, large parts of the steel hull, motors, turbines and boilers, etc. 



Kutumb Sahay Yojana Gujarat

New incarnation 'Vikramaditya'


STOBAR CARRIER


Displacement: 44,500 t

Length OA: 284 m

Maximum beam: 60 m

Speed: more than 30 ktss

04 Propellers

Powered by 08 boilers,


Aircraft components: MiG-29K, Kamov-31, Kamov-28, Seeking, ALH, Chetak

The length of the developed airfield Vikramaditya is about 284 meters and the maximum beam is about 60 meters, in which three football fields are stretched together. From the 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.

Preparing for sea tests

To enable the city to cut 44,500,000 tons of floating steel at speeds of 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 join the new generation of boiler technology with a very high level of automation. These high pressure and highly efficient boilers power four formidable propellers, each larger in diameter than the height of each male. Four such propeller-four shaft configurations are the second first in the Indian Navy.



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