A new class of destroyer for the Russian Navy is currently under development by the Krylov State Research Center (KSRC), IHS Jane’s was told during a visit to the company.
The new design is called Project 23560E or Shkval (Squall), KSRC’s deputy director, Valery Polyakov, who added that a scale model of the design is going to be exhibited for the first time during the International Maritime Defence Show 2015 in St Petersburg from 1-5 July.
“The Project 23560E destroyer is intended to conduct operations in off-shore maritime and oceanic zones, to destroy land and naval targets, to provide combat stability to naval forces, to maintain area anti-air and anti-missile defence, and to complete peacetime tasks in all zones of the world’s oceans,” said Polyakov.
The Project 23560E destroyer has full-load displacement of 15,000-18,000 tons, a length of 200 m, beam of 23 m, draft of 6.6 m, high speed of 32 kt, cruise speed of 20 kt, endurance of 90 days, and a crew of 250-300.
The destroyer is intended to be powered by a gas turbine engine (although Russia currently lacks any adequate sources for naval gas turbines). It is proposed to be fitted with a battle management system integrated with tactical and operational-tactical ACSs.
The destroyer’s armament comprises 60-70 anti-ship or anti-land cruise missiles, 128 surface-to-air missiles (SAMs), and 16-24 anti-submarine missiles. The ship is also equipped with a 130 mm multipurpose naval gun.
1 x 130mm gun mount Amethyst/Arsenal A-192M naval gun with rate of fire of 45 rds per minute – image from Admiral Gorshkov class. Source thaimilitaryandasianregion.wordpress.com
A-192-5P-10E “Armat-Puma”, the installation of the A-192E Complex A 192m-5P-10 “Armat-Puma”, the installation of the A-192M (same as installed on the “Admiral Gorshkov” including fire and control systems)
Angles pointing vertically:
– from -12 to +75 degrees. (A-192m)
– * -170 degrees. (A-192)
– * -180 degrees. (A-192m)
Target detection range – up to 60 km
– Air purpose – to 5 seconds
– surfaced / Coast goal – 10-15 seconds
the transfer of fire to the next target in a stream – up to 1 sec
Fire control system 5P-10-02
Antenna post fire control system 5P-10-02 “Puma” on TFR “Guarding” pr.20380, 2007-2010 (photo ABL22, http://military.tomsk.ru/forum).Antenna MSA artillery positions 5P-10 “Puma” and radars of “Frigate” on the frigate “Admiral Gorshkov” pr.22350, 14 November 2012 . (file photo Curious, http://forums.airbase.ru). Antenna post MSA artillery 5P-10 “Puma” for the frigate “Admiral Gorshkov” pr.22350, 14 November 2012 (from the archive Vova -r, http://forums.airbase.ru).
– 23 km (by sea and ground targets)
– 18 kilometers (air targets)
Continuous all – 45 rds.
– in 2010 – is not in service. It is proposed for export. – March 2011 – in working out at “Arsenal” prototype installation A-192m. – Fall 2011 – the first installation of the A-192 (or A-192m?) Made by “Arsenal” and tested at the site prior to installation in the head TFR pr.22350 “Sergei Gorshkov”. – Summer 2012 – as it became known in October 2012 stopped the development of OCD “Armat-Puma.” Sources:
The booklet “Machine-building plant” Arsenal “. Saint-Petersburg., 2009
Military parade. Number 5/1998
More about the Navy plans to purchase foreign artillery systems. Site http://periscope2.ru,
04.04.2011, the Red Star, of 19.06.1992
Machine-building plant “Arsenal” will eliminate the backlog for the production of naval artillery guns. Site http://flotprom.ru,
2011 Nevsky Bastion. №6 / 1999
Frigate Project 22350 “Admiral Gorshkov”, 2012 (source).
P-800 Oniks (SS-N-26)
P-800 Oniks (SS-N-26) The P-800 was reportedly used as the basis for the joint Russian-Indian supersonic missile BrahMos. Ramjet using kerosene liquid fuel Oniks (version for Russia): 600km (max range) Yakhont (export version): 120 to 300 km (74.6 to 186.4 mi) depending on altitude. Mach 2.5
Kalibr missile system
Kalibr missile system (SS-N-27) An anti-shipping variant deployed by the Russian Navy, as a submarine launched missile, Its basic length is 8.22 m (27.0 ft), with a 200 kg (440 lb) warhead. Its range is 440–660 km (270–410 mi). It is a Sea-skimmer with supersonic terminal speed and a flight altitude of 4.6 metres (15 ft) at its final stage; its speed is then Mach 2.9.
“We have always built such ships – missile cruisers designed for sinking enemy aircraft carriers in particular and enemy submarines as well and able to repel massive air attacks. The Leader being planned for construction now will be a missile cruiser, in fact. The shipbuilders have not come up with an accurate classification for her yet. The press keeps on mentioning a nuclear-powered destroyer or a missile cruiser. Overall, she will be an oceangoing combatant with versatile weaponry. The ship will have the land-attack capability owing to the Kalibr [NATO reporting name: SS-N-30] long-range cruise missile system that we have seen in action in Syria,” the expert reminded. Source navyrecognition.com
SAM anti-missile systems S-500 with Prometheus
Redut VLS cells 9M96, 9M96M, 9M96D/9M96DM(M2) family of missiles and/or quad-packed 9M100 short range missiles Max Range: 10 kilometer
The 9M100 is a short-range surface-to-air missile (SAM) being developed by the Fakel Design Bureau, part of Almaz-Antey concern, for new air defenses that should be in place within Russia by 2015. It is targeted at countering the latest generation of fighter aircraft, helicopters, cruise missiles, guided bombs, supersonic missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) which pose a grave threat to ground forces and key facilities. The highly maneuverable 9M100 missile is being designed for launch by means of a vertical launching system (VLS). As of early 2010 the 9M100 missile system is associated with Vityaz medium-range air defense system and might be the primary weapon for the Morfei short-range air defense system.
Palash CIWS The command module detects and tracks threats, distributes targeting data to the combat modules, and interrogates IFF of approaching threats. The command module has a 3-D target detection radar, and an all weather multi-band integrated control system. Depending on the number of installed combat modules, the system can engage multiple targets simultaneously. The combat modules automatically track using either radar, electro-optronic control system (such as FLIRs) or both, and then engages targets with missiles and guns. The combat modules are typically equipped with two GSh-30K (AO-18K) six-barrel 30 mm rotary cannons, fed by a link-less feeding mechanism, Along with a high rate of fire, the fairly heavy round (390 g or 14 oz) used by the Kashtan is comparable to the DPU rounds of the GAU-8 Avenger (425 g or 15.0 oz), although the muzzle velocity (and therefore both the kinetic energy and effective range) is slightly lower, partially offsetting the high caliber and rate of fire.
SOSNA-R x16 rounds (8 rounds for each Palma CIWS) Performance: Max Range 8,000 m (26,247 ft), Min Range 1,300 m (4,265 ft), Target’s Max Altitude 3,500 m (11,483 ft), Target’s Min Altitude 2 m (7 ft), Top Speed 1,200 mps (Mach 3.61)
The destroyer’s integrated electronic package includes a multi-functional phased array radar, electronic warfare subsystem, communications suite, underwater reconnaissance system. The aviation wing consists of two utility helicopters. These specifications could all be changed to suit customer requirements however, Polyakov stated.
Poliment 5P-20K multi-function S-band AESA radar
Main mast – It has a 4 face Poliment 5P-20K multi-function S-band AESA radar which can search and track aerial and surface targets as well as provide guidance to the SAMs similar to “Admiral Gorshkov” pr.22350
ADMIRAL GORSHKOV CLASS: Here
Combat system: Sigma/Sigma 22350
Source: IHS Jane’s Defence Weekly/nworeport.me/militaryrussia.ru/forum.paradoxplaza.com
Updated Dec 06, 2016