Gremyashchy class (Project 20385) is an advanced variant of Steregushchy class (Project 20380) multi-purpose corvettes, which have been in service with the Russian Navy since 2007.
The ships are designed by Almaz Central Marine Design Bureau based on the Steregushchy-class, in order to replace the ageing fleet of the Russian Navy.
JSC Severnaya Verf, a ship-building company based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, was contracted by the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation to construct the Gremyashchy-class ships.
Featuring stealth design, the corvettes are intended for missions such as patrolling coastal waters, maritime security, anti-surface warfare (ASuW), anti-submarine warfare (ASW), and anti-air warfare (AAW).
Gremyashchy-class corvettes construction
Construction on the Project 20385-class began in May 2011. Keel for the lead corvette in the class, named Gremyashchy, was laid in February 2012 and the installation of main engines was completed in May 2016. The ship is expected to be launched in May 2017.
Construction on Provorny (Agile), the second ship in class, was started in April 2013. The vessel is intended for the Russian Navy’s Baltic Fleet.
Project 20385 – 1+2 units
Severnaya verf, St. Petersburg – 1+1 units
Amur Shipyard, Komsomolsk-on-Amur – 0+1 units
Gremyashchy-class design and features
The corvette’s hull is built using steel, while its superstructure is made of composite materials. The vessel is designed to have low radar, acoustic, magnetic, visual, and infrared signatures.
The length and widths of the vessel are 104m and 13m respectively and the draught is approximately 8m. With a displacement of 2,200t, the corvette can carry up to 99 crew members and a number of mission modules.
The ship is operated from an enclosed bridge located amidships. A variety of radar systems are installed in the vessel to detect and localise enemy ships, submarines, aircraft, and shore-based targets.
The Gremyashchy-class is provided with a flight deck at the aft to provide take-off/landing for a single anti-submarine warfare (ASW) helicopter of type Kamov Ka-27PL/Ka-27PS Helix. The helicopter is stored in a large hangar fitted at the aft.
Gremyashchy-class – pr. 20385: 5P-20K-A Monument-A, 5P-27M Furke-2, 2x Sandal-V, MR-231, MR-231-3, Pal-N, MR-123-02 radars, Sfera-02, 2x MTK-201M E/O detectors, Zaria-2, Minotavr-ISPN-M, MG-757 Anapa-M sonars, TK-25-2 ECM suite, 8x KT-216 decoy launchers (Prosvet-M system), Sigma-20380 CCS. Source navypedia.org
Furke-E (Russia, Improved Cross Round) 5P-27M «Furke-2»
Furke-E” development NIIRT Concern PVO “Almaz-Antei” The range of radio waves – E Radar detection of the total air and surface targets and target housed in a dome on the top mast.
TTX given in three trim levels radar “Furke-E” (ist. – NIIRT booklet):
|Option 1||Option 2||Option 3|
|Range Review||60 km||150 km||60 km|
|Sector Review azimuth||360 degrees||360 degrees||360 degrees|
|Sector review in elevation||6 degrees||4 °||15 degrees|
|Detection range of sea targets||0.95 radio horizon||0.95 radio horizon||0.95 radio horizon|
|The detection range of aerial target with EPR 1 sq.m||60 km||120 km||52/60 km|
|War emergency power|
|Range Review||40 km||150 km||60 km|
|Sector Review azimuth||360 degrees||360 degrees||360 degrees|
|Sector review in elevation||60 degrees||80 degrees||30 degrees|
|Height||15 km||20 km||–|
|The detection range of aerial target with EPR 1 sq.m||30km||75 km||52 km|
|Detection range RCC ESR of 0.02 m at a height of 5 m||10km||12-14 km||12 km|
|Suppression of reflections from a fixed underlying surface||50-55 dB||50-55 dB||50-55 dB|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring range||50m||50m||50m|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring azimuth||4-6 points rangefinder||4-6 points rangefinder||3-4 points rangefinder|
|Accuracy of coordinate measuring elevation||8-9 points rangefinder||5-7 points rangefinder||–|
|Range resolution||150-200 m||150-200 m||150-200 m|
|Azimuth discrimination||3.2 degrees||3.2 degrees||2 °|
|Number of simultaneously tracked targets||100||200||50|
|Energy consumption||8 kW||25 kW||7.5 kW|
|Weight of antenna post||420 kg||890 kg||90 kg|
|Weight of the entire radar equipment||1100 kg||2450 kg||860 kg|
|Mean time before failure||850 hours||850 hours||850 hours|
Multi-purpose navy radar system “Zaslon”
Multi-purpose navy radar system “Zaslon” is designed for:
- Illumination of the air, surface and signal environment with active radar channels of X and S wavelength bands and passive radar channels of L, S, C, X, Ku wavelength bands, with their operation adapted to the existing environment and ship’s priority tasks
- Active jamming (in Х, Кu frequency bands) and active jamming equipment control
- Target designation to weapon control systems
- Control of shipboard gun mounts
Additionally, “Zaslon” navy radar can ensure radio monitoring in short-wave and VHF wavelength bands.
“Zaslon” navy radar ensures solution of the following tasks:
- Search, detection and tracking of air targets, low-altitude pin-point targets, surface targets, shore-based radiocontrast targets
- Automatic recognition and classification of tracked targets
- Detection of radiation sources, recognition of radiating equipment classes and types, including those in the far-field region
- Estimation and analysis of electronic environment, position finding of jamming sources
- Active countermeasures
- Control of passive jamming equipment
- Weapons control
- Information support to the benefit of flights of fighters, ground attack aircrafts, shipboard helicopter on patrol and search-and-rescue problem missions, etc.
- Automatic performance monitoring and troubleshooting
- Recording of information processing results, worked out decisions and conditions of mating systems
- Personnel simulated training
Use of directional pattern electronic scanning, special modes and algorithms of target surveillance, acquisition and tracking in “Zaslon” navy radar ensures short response time, high throughput rate, exact target designation accuracy, and thus highly efficient use of mating systems’ possibilities.
“Zaslon” navy radar has substantial possibilities for update, since design of its component parts allows changing the equipment components and tasks to be solved, depending on the ship purpose. “Zaslon” navy radar capacities are adaptable to various functions to be fulfilled in combat conditions. Source zaslon.com
In IMDS-2015 the company SEC “Barrier” has introduced multi-function radar system “Barrier” for advanced surface ships of the Russian Navy. It includes radar system S band and X band radar and other radio-electronic means. All systems are installed in integrated design bashennomachtovuyu IBMX ship and are related to the regular means of the ship. The company showed at IMDS-2015 full-size model AESA radar X band unit MF RFCs “Barrier.” The figure at the Salon video mast mounted on a corvette type “20382 project”. The complex is able to detect air targets with RCS = 1 sq. m at a distance of 75 km and a low-flying in the 0.9-0.95 range radio horizon. The number of defined target coordinates – 3. The maximum detection range of the emitted radio-electronic systems of up to 300 km, the number of tracked targets – more than 100. This system is capable of producing active interference in the area of up to 360 degrees. in the frequency range of X and Ku.
Tranlated by google – Source Источник: bastion-opk.ru ОВТ «ОРУЖИЕ ОТЕЧЕСТВА» A.V.Karpenko
5P-20K-A «Monument-A» radar complex for aerial and surface targets
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.
|Type: Radar||Altitude Max: 3048 m|
|Range Max: 74.1 km||Altitude Min: 0 m|
|Range Min: 0.2 km||Generation: Early 2010s|
|Properties: Track While Scan (TWS), Pulse Doppler Radar (Full LDSD Capability)|
|SENSORS / EW:|
|Monument A – Radar
Role: Radar, Target Indicator, 3D Surface-to-Air & Surface-to-Surface
Max Range: 74.1 km
PAL-N Ship navigation radar
NRLS “PAL-N” is intended for the circular radar review, detection, an identification and automaintenance of the found surface purposes with development of recommendations on a safe divergence and tactical maneuvering
Tactical technical characteristics
- The scale of scales of range, miles—————————————0,5; 1; 2; 4; 8; 16; 32; 64
- Maximum range of detection, miles:
on BPK (s = 5500 sq.m)—————————————————16
on the boat (s = 300 sq.m)————————————————–6
- Simultaneous automaintenance, the purposes————————–50
on range, m———————————————————20
on an azimuth, degrees—————————————————-1
- Type of antenna system————————————————-ruporno-slot-hole
- Pomekhozashchita from inadvertent hindrances——————————–is provided
- Time of continuous work, hour————————————————-24
- Power of electricity consumption, kW——————————-1,5 ¸ 3
- Structure of fighting calculation————————————————————-2
- Combination of antenna system of Gos.opoznavaniya with the NRLS antenna system.
- Possibility of imposing of radar information of the circular review on a digital sea chart of this navigation area.
- The increased reserve of own radiation.
- The increased accuracy of determination of angular coordinate – 1 etc.
MTK-201M Electro-Optical Systems
MTK-201ME is designed to monitor the air and surface situation in the near zone in the interests of all types of defense of ships and boats, their navigation security and weapon control.
- automated and manual search for air, surface and coastal targets, including small targets, autonomously or according to target designation data;
- visual detection, recognition and identification by the operator of air, surface and coastal targets at any time of the day;
- automatic, automated and manual tracking of targets, incl. high speed;
- determining the range and angular coordinates of targets, calculating their motion parameters;
- delivery of visual (thermal and television), coordinate and calculated information to the ship information systems and fire control systems;
- control of the position and trajectories of deck helicopters during take-off and landing, as well as monitoring the spaces inside the ship.
The complex provides fire control with one or two artillery installations simultaneously for visually observable targets.
- gyrostabilized platform;
- digital television cameras in black and white and color images with progressive scan;
- thermal channel of 8-12 microns;
- laser rangefinder;
- laser rangefinder safe;
- control panel with signal enhancement units (video processor) and an automatic tracking unit.
Zarya-2 sonar complex
The Zarya-ME surface ship sonar system is designed for undersea and surface targets detection to enable underwater weapon application and navigation security.
- submarines and surface ships detection in hydrolocation mode by hall-mounted, towed and dipping antenna arrays;
- detection of torpedoes, submarines and surface ships in the listening mode by hall-mounted, towed and dipping antenna arrays;
- automatic target tracking, localization and motion parameters determination, and targeting to underwater weapons;
- objects classification into submarine, surface ship, torpedo and decoy classes;
- torpedoes detection in the active mode;
- hydroacoustic communications with submarines and surface ships, and identification “friend-or-foe”;
- monitoring of sonar background noise;
- continuous automatic system’s functional testing and location.
Zarya-ME family sonars share a typical structure, differing only in array dimensions and number of hardware components on a particular ship project. Such unification is obtained thanks to the use of multiprocessor computers, standard color displays, as well as sonar management assets.
Zarya-ME sonar modifications are installed on ships of small, medium and large displacement. Source roe.ru
MG-757 Anapa-M sonars
The Anapa-ME underwater anti-saboteur detection sonar system is designed for surveillance underwater situation to provides anti-sabotage actions protection of ships stopped in the open roadsteads or basing points, and to safeguard important military and industrial installations, hydrotechnical facilities in ports, open sea and other water areas.
The Anapa-ME sonar main missions are as follows:
- search and detection of underwater saboteur with flippers or underwater delivery scooters;
- identification and tracking underwater targets;
- automatic measurement of target coordinates and their feeding into anti-saboteur weapons launchers.
TK-25-2 ECM suite
TK-25E-5 ECM system is designed to intercept emissions of airborne and shipborne tar-get acquisition radars, weapons control radars and anti-ship missile radar seekers, to perform automatic signal classification, to determine most dangerous approaches of attacks against the ship, and to provide jamming in threat directions.TK-25E-5’s configuration depends on carrier-ship type and displacement. Source scribd.com
|Type: ESM||Altitude Max: 0 m|
|Range Max: 926 km||Altitude Min: 0 m|
|Range Min: 0 km||Generation: Early 2000s|
|SENSORS / EW:|
|TK-25-2 ESM – ESM
Role: ELINT w/ OTH Targeting
Max Range: 926 km
|Type: ESM||Altitude Max: 0 m|
|Range Max: 11.1 km||Altitude Min: 0 m|
|Range Min: 0 km||Generation: Early 2000s|
|SENSORS / EW:|
|TK-25-2 LWR – ESM
Role: LWR, Laser Warning Receiver
Max Range: 11.1 km
8 x KT-216 decoy launchers (Prosvet-M system)
The KT-216-E launching system can fire decoys at any time of day and year. Its remote control unit and portable control panel have dimensions allowing their insertion through a 594 mm diameter hatch. Routine maintenance of the KT-216-E launching system is done by two men. Launchers are loaded/reloaded manually with ten rounds in any order (the same type of round – SO or SR – for one launcher). They provide reliable retention of the rounds in launch tubes at any operational loads, delivery of their status data to the remote control unit and automatic control system, as well as their protection (with canvass bags) from sand, precipitates, solar radiation and seawater during a cruise. Source roe.ru
Armament of Gremyashchy-class corvettes
A 100mm А190-01 lightweight multi-purpose naval artillery gun is mounted in the bow to engage enemy surface ships, coastal and air targets. With a rate of fire of 80rpm, the weapon can travel to a distance of 20km.
Gremyashchy-class – pr. 20385: 1 x 8 Kalibr-NK SSM/CruM (VLS, 8 3M14/3M54), 4 x 4 Redut SAM (VLS, 16 9M96 or 64 9M100), 1 x 1 – 100/59 A-190-01, 2 x 6 – 30/54 AK-630M-06, 2 x 1 – 14.5/89, 2 x 4 – 330 Paket-NK TT, 2 x 2 – 45 DP-64 grenade launchers, 1 helicopter (Ka-27). Source navypedia.org
100mm А190-01 lightweight multi-purpose naval gun
Burevestnik manufactures two variants of 100-mm А190 Lightweight Multipurpose Naval gun: А190E and А190-01.
100-mm А190 Lightweight Multipurpose Naval Gun is a single-barrel turreted automatic gun that may be installed on ships with the displacement of 500 t and more. Upon the operator’s command the fire control module automatically turns the artillery system to standby or combat-ready position, ensures ammunition selection and feeding, gun laying and firing. As a result, the artillery system has minimum response time and high rate of fire.
Main technical data
|Rate of fire, rpm||up to 80|
|Maximum firing range, km||over 20|
|Elevation, degree||-15 to +85|
|Projectile weight, kg||15,6|
|Number of ready-to-fire rounds||80|
А190 Naval Gun can fire HE (impact fuze) and AA (time fuze) case ammunitions.
The main advantages of А190 system:
– automatic firing mode with main and back-up control means and the capability to operate in EW battlefield environment;
– minimal dead zones when engaging various target types;
– fast reaction (2…5 sec) to counter air threats. Quick shift of fire when engaging multiple targets.
The upgraded version designated as А190-01 provides significant increase in combat effectiveness. High survivability, reliability and combat effectiveness make it possible to operate the gun in various environments day and night all year around. Source burevestnik.com
An eight-cell UKSK vertical launch system is installed to deploy Caliber-NK long-range cruise missiles for protection against surface and shore-based targets at ranges up to 300km.
1 x 8 3S14-20385 UKSK 3K14 vertical launchers
UKSK-M can fire both operational and perspective missiles. Izvestia said the launcher is designed to transport and fire perspective hypersonic 3M22 missiles from the 3K22 complex (codename Tsirkon).
Expert Dmitry Boltenkov told the daily the universal vertical launchers provide higher flexibility to warship engagement. “You can load the missiles of a specific type for a specific mission. Source navyrecognition.com
Kalibr-NK Land-Attack Cruise Missile cruise missiles
The missile is believed to fly 64 ft above the sea and 164 ft above the ground at speeds up to 965 km/hour. It is believed to be guided, using GPS and terminal-phase active radar seekers to achieve a reported three m CEP. The 3M-14K Kalibr-PLis similar to the 3M-14T except that is launched from a submarine. This variant was reported to have been launched from an improved Kilo-class submarine in the Mediterranean to strike targets inside Syria in December 2015. Russia plans to equip most of its submarines and surface ships with the respective versions of the Klub anti-ship and Kalibr land-attack cruise missiles. This will include ships in Russia’s Baltic Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Northern, and Pacific Fleets. Novator Design Bureau, the designers of the Klub launch system, have developed a shipping container version of the launcher, capable of holding up to four missiles. This shipping container version allows the cruise missile to be forward deployed on ships, trucks, and trains without detection.
|Russian/NATO Designation||3M-14 Kalibr/SS-N-30A|
|Variants||3M-14T Kalibr-NK; 3M-14K Kalibr-PL|
|Mobility and Role||Sea Launched Strategic and Tactical Land-Attack Cruise Missile|
|Designer/Producer||Novator Design Bureau|
|Warhead Type and Weight||Conventional -450 kg; Reported Nuclear|
|MIRV and Yield||1 x Unknown|
|Guidance System/Accuracy||Inertial; TERCOM; GPS; Terminal-Phase Active Radar Seeker/Reported 3 m CEP|
|Cruise Altitude||20 m over sea; 50 m over ground|
|Stages/Propellant||2/1st liquid-fuel booster; 2nd solid-fuel turbojet engine|
|Status/Number of Units||Operational/Unknown|
|Launch Vehicles||Kalibr-PL (sub-surface ships) – Kilo, Lada, Akula, Yasen, Borei class submarines; Kalibr-NK (surface ships) – Admiral Gorshkov, Admiral Grigorovich, Gepard, Gremyashchy, second batch of Steregushchy, and Buyan-M class ships|
SS-N-26 (3M55/P-800 Oniks) Anti-Ship Missile
The P-800 Oniks anti-ship cruise missile is a supersonic cruise missile with variants that can be deployed from land or air. Its development began in 1983, and it became operational in 2002. The missile launches from a vertical position and uses angular thrusters located near the nose to reposition itself horizontally and begin its flight path toward the target. The missile then flies at supersonic speeds, can maneuver to avoid air defense, and is resistant to electronic countermeasures. Its ground-based variant, the Yakhont, is placed on a Bastion-P road-mobile launcher as part of a coastal defense system. The Bastion-P, or a TEL vehicle, can carry two of the Yakhont missiles, which can be launched within five seconds of each other. The P-800 Oniks is primarily an anti-ship missile, but has been seeing more use against ground forces in Russia’s ongoing fight against Syrian rebels.
|Russian/NATO Designation||P-800 Oniks (Land-based Yakhont)/SS-N-26 Strobile|
|Mobility and Role||Surface-to-Surface Anti-Ship Cruise MissileMax Speed 3000 km/h|
|Warhead Type and Weight||3000kg launch weightHE warhead; Armor-Piercing Warhead|
|Yield||200kg HE warhead;250 kg Armor-piercing warhead|
|Guidance System/Accuracy||1.5m CEPSatellite Guidance; Active Radar Seeker|
|Cruise Altitude||Max 14,000m|
|Propellant||Solid-fuel Booster; Liquid-Fuel Ramjet Sustainer|
|Status/Number of Units||Operational/Unknown|
|Launch Vehicles||Nakat class missile ship; Yasen class submarine;Bastion-P/Bastion-S ground-launch system|
Russia includes hypersonic missile deployment on Navy’s corvettes and frigates in new armament plan: Here
The deployment of Tsirkon new anti-ship hypersonic cruise missiles on the Russian Navy’s corvettes and frigates is envisaged by Russia’s state armament plan for 2018-2027, a source in the country’s defense industry told TASS on Tuesday.
“The naval component of the new state armament plan prioritizes building Project 20385 and 20386 corvettes and Project 23350 and 23350M frigates with precision weapons that include Kalibr-NK cruise missiles and Tsirkon hypersonic missiles,” the source said.
3M22 Zircon / SS-N-33 hypersonic anti-ship missile: Details
The corvette is armed with two 30mm AK-630M close-in weapons systems for defence against enemy aircraft. A 16-cell launcher is provided for Redoubt anti-aircraft missile complex, which uses a number of 9K96 surface-to-air missiles to defend air targets.
2 x 30mm AK-630M
The AK-630 is a ship-based close-in weapon system capable of engaging both manned and unmanned aircraft as well as cruise missiles, shore and small-sized surface targets. The AK-630 comprises the 30mm six-barrel GSh-6-30K automatic anti-aircraft cannon and a 2,000 rounds magazine. The weapon system has a maximum range of 5,000 meters and delivers 400 rounds in burst mode.
Magazine Capacity: 2,000
Number of Barrels: 6
Main Gun Caliber: 30 millimeter
Main Gun Max Range: 5,000 meter (2.70 nautical mile)
Max Rate of Fire: 5,000 rounds per minute
Combat Weight: 1,918 kilogram (4,228 pound)
Empty Weight: 1,000 kilogram (2,205 pound)
4x43S97 SAM system 3K96 «Redut» vertical launchers (16 9M96 or 9M96D missiles or 64 9M100 missiles)
The ‘Poliment-Redut’ is a naval-based air defense missile system with a vertical launch system for destroyers, frigates and corvettes. They are installed on next-generation ships of the Russian Navy.
Russian warships of the Steregushchiy-class (Project 20380) and the Gremyaschiy-class (Project 20385) corvettes are equipped with the ‘Poliment-Redut’ system. Moreover, this system with a larger number of modules is installed on the Admiral Gorshkov-class (Project 22350) frigates. The system can simultaneously strike 16 targets. Source sputniknews.com
9M100 short-range surface-to-air missile (SAM)
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.
The 9M100 guidance system combines an inertial navigation system (INS) with an infrared seeker along with a contact and proximity fuze which ignites the warhead. Such a guidance system means that the 9M100 missile is a fire-and-forget weapon capable of engaging multiple targets simultaneously. The solid propellant rocket motor features thrust vectoring control providing outstanding maneuverability.
Diameter: 125 millimeter (4.92 inch)
Length: 2.50 meter (98 inch)
Max Range: 10 kilometer (5.40 nautical mile)
9M96M, and long-range 9M96 missiles
The 9M96 is a family of advanced Surface-to-Air Missiles (SAMs) designed to engage a wide range of aerodynamic and ballistic targets in the most severe clutter and jamming environments with unprecedented effectiveness. The new missile is able to intercept targets at a maximum speed of Mach 15 (4,800-5000 m/s) and at a maximum altitude of 35,000 meters. The 9M96 missile family was developed for integration on the Russian Triumf next generation air defense system. The Russian Air Force seeks to field a 9M96 derivative designed to perform long range air-to-air engagements. The Fakel Design Bureau (MKV Fakel), a part of Almaz-Antey Concern, is responsible for the 9M96 missile family.
The 9M96 missile features an active radar homing head backed by target updates provided by the launch unit’s radar system as well as an Inertial Navigation System (INS) for midcourse guidance. Its cold launch consists of the missile being ejected 30 meters above its canister and thereafter the rocket motor ignites. A Thrust Vectoring Control (TVC) system based on gas flow provides an impressive maneuverability over other current anti-aircraft missiles. So far, the two existing missile variants have a maximum range varying from 40 kilometers to 120 kilometers.
The 9M96E missile variant can hit airborne targets at ranges of up to 40 kilometers and flying at 20,000 meters of altitude. Its blast fragmentation warhead weighs 24 kg and utilizes a radiofrequency fuze. Stored in its sealed canister has a service life of 15 years that can be extended. Both 9M96E and 9M96E2 missiles share many components and are similar in terms of weight and dimensions with the 9M96E being equipped with a less powerful rocket engine.
Diameter: 240 millimeter (9.45 inch)
Length: 4.75 meter (187 inch)
Wingspan: 480 millimeter (18.9 inch)
Max Range: 40 kilometer (21.6 nautical mile)
Min Range: 1 kilometer (0.54 nautical mile)
Target’s Max Altitude: 20,000 meter (12.4 mile)
Target’s Min Altitude: 5 meter
Top Speed: 3 mach (3,587 kph)
Service Life: 15 year
Warhead: 24 kilogram (53 pound)
Weight: 333 kilogram (734 pound)
The SAM is equipped with a directed explosion warhead to improve the chances of fully destroying fast moving and agile targets upon direct impact. The hit probability is 0.9 against aircraft, 0.8 against drones, and 0.7 against missiles. Thrust vectoring makes it possible to achieve high Gs and angular rate capability.
A datalink from the MFMTR X-band radar blast is used for midcourse guidance. Its 24 kg. fragmentation warhead produces a controlled pattern. A radar fuse controls the warhead’s timing.
The 9M96 missile was initially developed for the S-400 Triumf ground-based air-defense system that has already been delivered to China. It will soon be sent to Turkey. India, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar are also quite interested in this system.
The three vertical-launched, solid-fuel, one-stage missiles have a variable range of 1-150 km. at an altitude of 5 m. to 30 km. At a speed of 2,100 m/s they can hit targets traveling at 1000 m/s. A Poliment-Redut-equipped frigate can carry 32 medium/long-range or 128 short-range missiles. Any combination is possible — one launcher can house either one medium- or long-range weapon or four short-range SAMs. The four-faced phased array antenna can track 16 targets at once. The detection range is 200 km. Russian sources report that the system can engage surface targets as well.
The combination of various-range missiles makes it possible for one Poliment-Redut to carry out the missions of three air-defense systems. It provides multi-tier defense, reducing reaction time. It can fire at a rate of one launch per second. The vertical start is an important advantage, enabling the system to counter a target approaching from any direction. These highly agile missiles can use an optimal trajectory to kill highly maneuverable threats. Source strategic-culture.org
The onboard Paket anti-submarine system provides self-defence for the vessel against enemy submarines and torpedoes.
Paket anti-submarine system
2×4 330 mm SM-588 «Paket-NK» launchers (8 MTT torpedoes, M-15 anti-torpedoes)
The Paket-E/NK can be employed independently or as part of the ship anti-submarine/anti-torpedo defence system, performing the following tasks in automatic/automated modes:
- generation of target designation data for small-size heat-seeking torpedoes, based on feeds from ship’s sonar sets and systems;
- detection of ship-attacking torpedoes, their class identification, motion parameter calculation, target data generation for anti-torpedoes;
- launcher control;
- combat module pre-launch preparation, fire data calculation and feeding to combat modules;
- launching of anti-torpedoes and small-size heat-seeking torpedoes.
Anti-torpedoes of the Paket-E/NK system are positioned under water with a program set by the ship’s onboard equipment, and when approaching the target torpedo they are guided by the acoustic active/passive homing system. An anti-torpedo is capable to gain the speed of up to 50 kph and carry a warhead yielding up to 80 kg in TNT equivalent. Source mil.today
|Type: Torpedo||Weight: 235.0 kg|
|Length: 2.6 m||Span: 0.324 m|
|Diameter: 0.324||Generation: None|
|Properties: Search Pattern, Bearing-Only Launch (BOL), Re-Attack Capability|
|Targets: Submarine, Torpedo|
|SENSORS / EW:|
|Torpedo Seeker – (Paket-NK, Small-Caliber, 50kts) Hull Sonar, Active/Passive
Torpedo Seeker, Active/Passive Shallow Water
Max Range: 1.9 km
|Paket-NK [MTT ASW] – (Russia) Torpedo
Subsurface Max: 7.4 km.
MTT small-size thermal torpedo
The MTT is fired from a common transport-launch canister mounted on board a surface ship or from a submarine torpedo tube.
This torpedo incorporates:
- a new more powerful piston engine operating on a pronit-type high-energy single-component fuel, which gives the torpedo a capability to kill high-speed nuclear-powered submarines;
- a new homing system with digital signal processing;
- on-board computer;
- directional explosive charge.
The torpedo can simultaneously track several targets, including in a sonar countermeasure environment, and can be used in a wide envelope of depths, including shallow waters.
The MTT has modular design, allowing the replacement of its component parts. Compatibility of its onboard systems with the platform’s battle management systems is achieved by programming its system unit during adaptation to the given ship project. Source roe.ru
The Gremyashchy-class corvette is powered by two 1DDA 12000 marine diesel-diesel units, each consisting of two 16D49 diesel engines and reverse gear block. Developed by PJSC Kolomensky Zavod, the DDA-12000 unit generates an output power of 12,000hp.
The vessel is further fitted with two five-blade fixed-pitch propellers driven by the diesel engines through two shafts.
4 x 16D49 diesel engines
PJSC “Kolomensky Zavod” has been developer, producer and supplier of medium-speed diesel engines designed for various applications for 115 years. The main products of Kolomensky Zavod in recent years have been 4-cycle medium-speed turbocharged diesel engines with charge cooling of D49 series (ChN26/26).
Engines ChN26/26 are V-type engines with 8, 12 and 16 cylinders. Depending on engine speed (750 … 1100 rpm), the number of cylinders and degree of mean effective pressure up-rating the engines may be rated from 588 to 4412 kW. Source kolomnadiesel.com
2 x 1DDA 12000 marine diesel-diesel units
Diesel-diesel set with full power of 12000 hp is intended for use in main propulsion plants of the latest generation ships (corvette type) to drive fixed-pitch propeller and within the project 20385 to drive variable-pitch propeller.
DDA12000 includes 2 state-of-the-art diesel engines 16D49 rated 6000 hp each, 2-speed reduction gear providing combined and separate operation of engines with soundproof composite coupling, local microprocessor-based control and protection system.
Microprocessor-based control system permits to provide load balance between engines, reversing modes and to shut off one of the engines, if necessary.
Sequential turbocharging system permits to shut off one of the turbochargers at low and average loads thus increasing torque at crankshaft flange at ship speeding up and maneuvering.
DDA can run with engine combined or separate operation by transmitting power from one (either of the 2 engines) or 2 engines simultaneously to the propeller via gearbox. DDA includes highly efficient diesel engines by Kolomensky Zavod equipped with sequential turbocharging system, improved hydraulic performance, strengthened block elements and parts of sleeve assembly.
Gremyashchy-class multi-purpose corvettes performance
The Gremyashchy-class corvettes have a speed of 27kt and a cruising range of 3,500mi. They are capable of performing missions for up to 15 days.
The ship’s bulbous bow offers increased speed and fuel efficiency by reducing the drag.
|Full load:||2100 (Project 20385 – 2300)|
|Length:||111,6 (Project20385 – 115,1)|
|Draft:||3,7 (max – 5)|
|Range:||4000 nmi (14 knots)|
|Propulsion:||2×11660 hp 1DDA-12000 diesels, 2 fixed pitch propellers (Project 20385 – 2 variable pitch propellers), 4×630 kW ADG-630K diesel generators|
|Armament:||2×4 KT-184 3K24 «Uran» anti-ship missile complex launchers (3M24 missiles, then 3M24UD) (Project 20385 – 1×8 3S14-20385 UKSK 3K14 vertical launchers («Kalibr-NK» guided missile complex)) (3M54T, 3M14T missiles), 3K55-20385 «Onyx» anti-ship missile complex (P-160 (3M55), 9K (91RT)) – 8 missiles) – 3R14N fire control system)
3×4 SAM system 3K96-3 «Redut» launchers (32 9M96 or 9M96D missiles or 48 9M100 missiles) (№1001 – 1 3M87-1 «Kortik-M» CIWS module – 8 SAM launchers, 2×6 30 mm (64 9M311 missiles, 12000 rounds)), Project 20385 – 4x43S97 SAM system 3K96 «Redut» vertical launchers (16 9M96 or 9M96D missiles or 64 9M100 missiles))
SAM system 9K38 «Igla» » (8 9M39 missiles)
1×1 100 mm A-190-01 – 5P-10-02 «Puma-02» fire control system (Project 20385 – without fire control system)
2×6 30 mm AK-630M-6 – MR-123-02 «Sfera» fire control system
1×1 45 mm 21KM – on Boikiy
2×1 14,5 mm MTPU-1 «Zhalo»
2×4 330 mm SM-588 «Paket-NK» launchers (8 MTT torpedoes, M-15 anti-torpedoes)
2×2 45 mm DP-64 grenade launchers (240 SG-45, FG-45 grenades)
1 Ka-27 helicopter
|Electronics:||5P-20K-A «Monument-A» radar complex, 5P-27M «Furke-2» air/surface search radar, 2 «Sandal-V» radars, 2 MR-231-2 navigational radars, MR-231 navigation radar, MR-231-2 navigation radar, «PAL-N» navigation radar, TK-25-2 ESM radar system, 3 «Parol`» IFF, MTK-201M optical television system, «Zarya-2» sonar complex, «Minotavr-ISPN-M» sonar, «Anapa» GISZ, R-779-16 «Ruberoid» communication complex, «Chardal-20380» complex, MG-757 “Anapa-M” anti-saboteur sonar, «Sigma-20380» combat information system (№1007, 1008, 2103, 2104 – «Sigma-20385-01»)
PK-10 «Smely» decoy RL (4 KT-216 launchers) – 80 AZ-SO-50, AZ-SR-50, AZ-SOM-50, AZ-SK-50, AZ-SMZ-50 rounds (Project 20385 – «Prosvet-M» complex (KT-308 launcher))
|Complement:||99 (14 officers)|
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Revised Oct 06, 2019
Updated May 06, 2022