JSC Zelenodolsk plant is building six patrol ships of the Project 22160 class that is named after A. M. Gorky and intended for use by the Russian Navy’s Black Sea Fleet command. The vessels are designed by Russian ship designing firm JSC Severnoye Design Bureau.
The vessels are primarily intended for duties such as patrol, monitoring and protection in the exclusive economic zone (EEZ) and territorial waters of Russia in open and closed seas. It can also be used to offer protection for ships in transit, water areas as well as naval bases against enemy attack in wartime.
Other missions of the patrol ship are search and rescue, assistance to disaster victims, environmental monitoring, and combat smuggling and piracy activities.
Construction details of Project 22160 class patrol ships
Project 22160 patrol ship under construction at Zelenodolsk Shipyard. Picture via: glav.su/forum
Keel for the lead ship in the Project 22160 class, designated Vasily Bykov, was laid in February 2014 and is expected to be commissioned into the Russian Navy in 2017.
Construction on the second patrol ship in the series, named Dmitry Rogachev, began in July 2014. Keel laying ceremony of the third ship, designated Pavel Derzhavin, was held in February 2016.
Deliveries of all six vessels are expected for completion by 2020.
Zelenodolsk Shipyard Laid Down the Fourth Project 22160 Patrol Vessel for Russian Navy
The fourth Project 22160 patrol ship ‘Sergey Kotov’ was laid down at Zelenodolsk Shipyard named after Maxim Gorky on May 8, according to Russian Navy`s official spokeperson, Igor Dygalo.
Keel laying ceremony for the Russian Navy patrol boat Project 22160 “Sergei Kotov” at OAO “Zelenodolsk Plant named after AM Gorky “. Zelenodolsk on 08/05/2016. Picture: http://www.zdship.ru
“The ship honors Hero of the Soviet Union, real admiral Sergey Kotov, who took part in the defense of Odessa and Sebastopol. During the Second World War, he commanded a torpedo boats division of the Black Sea fleet,” Dygalo said.
The representatives of the Tatarstan government took part in the related ceremony, as well as members of the Navy`s major command.
The Project 22160 type ship ‘Vasily Bikov” was laid down in February 2014, the second ship, namely, ‘Dmitry Rogachyov’ – in Summer 2014. In February 2016, Zelenodolsk Shipyard laid down the third Project 22160 patrol ship named after Pavel Derzhavin. Read full article navyrecognition.com
Project 22160 Patrol ship
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|under construction, in Zaliv Shipyard, Kerch|
|under construction, in Zaliv Shipyard, Kerch|
Russian Navy to receive six advanced patrol ships by 2019
The Russian Navy is set to receive six new Project 22160 advanced patrol ships by 2019.
“The Russian state program envisions the construction of six Vasily Bykov-type ships that will be included in each of the four fleets before 2019”,Russian news agency Sputnik quoted Ilya Brilliantov, the head of Kronstadt Technologies.
According to Brillantov, Kronstadt Technologies is responsible for the delivery of a modular integrated bridge system which will allow the ships to be re-equipped for different tasks at short notice.
In October 2015, IHS Jane’s reported that the patrol ships would be armed with Kalibr-NK missiles which were deployed by Russia against Syrian rebel targets in October 2015.
Construction of the first Project 22160 ship started on February 26, 2014 at the Zelenodolsk shipyard. The 94-meter ships will have a displacement of 4,550 tonnes and be capable of reaching speed of about 30 knots, according to Severnoye Design Bureau, responsible for the ship’s design.
The ships will have a telescopic hangar and helo deck with facilities for take-off, landing and maintenance of the Ка-27 PS type 12-ton rescue helicopter. Source navaltoday.com
Project 22160 lead ship – “Vasily Bykov” will roll out on 15-16 June 2017: Here
Zelenodolsk plant named. Gorky launched the Parent Project 22160 patrol ship almost three months after the deadline – the end of June. This FlotProm said a source at the company familiar with the situation.
The lead ship – “Vasily Bykov” – will roll out of the hangar on 15-16 June 2017. His plan was launched in the end of the month. “Then – docking camera, mooring trials, stage and delivery of a fleet of ships, it turns out, goes to the next year”, – said the source.
He added that the Navy deadlines of the first serial ship – “Dmitry Rogachev” – seriously will not change. May 22 FlotProm correspondent failed to get official comments from the shipyard.
23.06.17 image of Pr.22160 Vasily Bykov @ Zelenodolsky Zavod,Tatarstan.Seems like its being prepared for a dry dock. Image via milinfolive
1st Pr.22160 “highly modular” corvette launched: Here
Construction of project 22160 patrol ships “Pavel Derzhavin” and “Sergei Kotov” at the Zaliv shipbuilding plant: Here
Project 22160 class design and features
Featuring modular design, the Project 22160-class patrol ship is 94m-long, 14-m-wide, and 3.4m- high, has a standard displacement of 4,550t, and can accommodate up to 80 personnel.
|Displacement||about 1800 t|
|Speed||up to 30 knots|
|Range||up to 6000 nm|
|Berths for staff depending on purpose (reserve ones incl.)||up to 80 persons|
The vessel is equipped with a telescopic hangar and helicopter deck with facilities at the aft to facilitate take-off, landing and maintenance of one 12t rescue helicopter such as Kamov K?-27 PS. An inflatable boat can be carried for patrol and transportation tasks.
Kamov Ka-29 Naval assault transport helicopter
The Ka-29TB (Transportno Boyevoy) is a dedicated assault transport derivative of the Ka-27 family, intended especially for the support of naval amphibious operations and featuring a substantially changed airframe. Its development commenced in 1973. The prototype made its first flight in 1976. Trials were completed in 1979 and production began in 1984. The type entered service in 1985. The first example was seen by Western observers on the assault shipIvan Rogov in 1987 in Mediterranean sea. The Ka-29TB was initially assumed to be the Ka-27B, resulting in the allocation of the Western reporting name Helix-B. Many of the new variants went unnoticed, and the Ka-29TB was initially thought to be a minimum-change version of the basic Ka-27PL anti-submarine warfare helicopter, but without radar. In fact it was an entirely new machine. About 59 of these helicopters were produced. These are in service with Russian Navy (up to 47) and Ukrainian Navy (up to 12).
The Ka-29TB features an entirely new, much widened forward fuselage, with a flight deck seating three members of the crew side-by-side, one of these crew members acting as a gunner to aim the various types of weapons carried on the four hardpoints of the helicopter’s pair of strut-braced lateral pylons, and the trainable 7.62-mm machine-gun hidden behind and articulated door on the starboard side of the nose. In addition, the two-piece curved windscreen of the Ka-27 has given way to a five-piece unit.
The Ka-29 accommodates 16 fully-equipped troops. Alternatively in the medical evacuation role it can carry 4 stretchers, 7 seated casualties and medical attendants. Also it can carry external loads on a sling with a maximum weight of 4 000 kg.
This helicopter can be armed with 9M114 Shturm-V (Western reporting name AT-6 Spiral) anti tank guided missiles (four missiles per hardpoint), pods with unguided 57-mm or 80-mm rockets, bombs, submunition dispensers and even torpedoes. It can also carry pods with 23-mm cannon and 250 rounds of ammunition each. There is provision for a 30-mm cannon, mounted above port outriger with 250 round ammunition feed from the cabin. These weapons are used to support seaborne assault troops and to soften up enemy defenses.
The Ka-29 is also armored. It has 350 kg of armor around cockpit and engines.
|Country of origin||Soviet Union|
|Dimensions and weight|
|Main rotor diameter||15.9 m|
|Weight (empty)||5.52 t|
|Weight (maximum take off)||12.6 t|
|Engines and performance|
|Engines||2 x Klimov TV3-117V turboshaft engines|
|Engine power||2 x 2 190 shp|
|Maximum speed||250 km/h|
|Cruising speed||235 km/h|
|Service ceiling||~ 5 km|
|Range (with 2 t payload)||460 km|
|Ferry range||740 km|
|Endurance||up to 3 – 4 h|
|Internal payload||~ 3 t|
|External payload||4 t|
|Cannon||four-barrel 7.62-mm machine gun (1 800 rounds), provision for 23-mm or 30-mm cannons|
|Missiles||8 x 9M114 Shturm (AT-6 Spiral) anti-tank missiles|
|Other||pods with unoperated rockets, bombs, submunition dispensers, torpedoes|
Armament of Project 22160
1 x 1 76 mm AK-176MA
|Air defense:||1 x Gibka
8 x Igla MANPADS
|Fire arms:||2 x 14.5 mm MTPU machine gun|
|Countermeasures:||1 x TK-25E
1 x PK-10
|Aviation:||Telescopic hangar and helipad with facilities for take-off,
landing and servicing of the Ка-27PS-type rescue helicopter
weighing up to 12 tons
|Electronic equipment:||Pozitiv-ME1 / Fregat-MAE-4k radar
Nayada / Pal-N navigation radar
The Project 22160-class is armed with one 57mm ?-220? naval artillery weapon on the bow of the main deck. With a rate of fire of 300rpm, the gun is designed to defeat air, surface and coastal targets. Two 14.5mm heavy machine guns are mounted on the bridge deck.
The ship is also equipped with two DP-65 grenade launchers and one Gibka air defence missile turret mount, armed with eight Igla man-portable air defence systems. It is optionally offered with one Club-N integrated missile system as well as one Shtil-1 air defence system with two 3S90E.1 modular launchers.
1×1 76 mm AK-176MA
Comparing to older versions, AK-176MA features twice higher pointing accuracy of drives and twice better fire density, while the weight became lighter making less than 9 tons.
According to the Arsenal press service, Russian Navy has obtained the up-to-date 76.2-mm gun mount that is not only comparable to foreign counterparts but surpasses them in some parameters. Source mil.today
The gun is controlled by the MP-123-02 FCS. This system uses radar, TV and laser designators. This fire control system has a range of 28 miles (45 km) without ECM and 18 miles (30 km) with ECM and weighs 5.1 tons (5.2 mt).
Uses a monobloc barrel with a casing and a vertical sliding breech block. Automatics are recoil operated. The barrel is sea-water cooled, which is pumped between the casing and barrel at 11.5 fps (3.5 mps).
Some of these guns have been sold to the People’s Republic of China.
Nomenclature note: This gun is classified as 76 mm/60 but the actual bore diameter is 76.2 mm (3.0″) and the actual barrel length is 59 calibers.
Independent gyro stabilized electro-optical surveillance device
|Designation||76 mm/60 (3″) AK-176|
|Ship Class Used On||Grisha V, Parchim II (Pr. 1331M), Babochka (Pr. 1141), Nanuchka III (Pr. 1234.1), Dergach (Pr. 1239), Turya (Pr. 206M), Pauk (Pr. 1241.2), Ropuchka (Pr. 775), Tarantul I (Pr. 1241.1) and other classes|
|Date Of Design||1977|
|Date In Service||1979|
|Gun Weight||1,810 lbs. (821 kg)|
|Gun Length oa||176.54 in (4.484 m)|
|Chamber Volume||225.8 in3 (37 dm3)|
|Rate Of Fire||Selectable to 30, 60 or 120 – 130 rounds per minute|
Gibka AD missile turret mount
The 3M-47 Ghibka turret was designed by Altair Naval Radio Electronics Scientific Research Institute and is manufactured by the Ratep Joint Stock Company.
Ghibka 3M-47 (3M47 Gibka) Turret Mount is intended for guidance and remote automated launching of IGLA type missiles to provide protection of surface ships with displacement of 200 tons and over against attacks of anti-ship missiles, aircraft and helicopters in close-in area..
The turret mount utilizes information from ship’s radars. The missiles are equipped with homing head with optical tracking (passive) and artifical thermal noise detector. The system is design to resist natural (background) and artificial jamming conditions. The turret mount is equipped with 9M39 and 9M342 anti-aircraft guided missiles.
To date, 3M-47 Ghibka is installed on Project 21630 “Buyan” class corvettes, Project 21631 “Buyan-M” class missile corvettes and will be installed on the future Mistral type LHD for the Russian Navy.
Version 1 with 4 SAM
Version 2 with 8 SAM
|Short-range shipborne surface-to-air missile system|
|Visual detection range at the control module|
|12 to 15 Km|
|Guidance sector (in degrees)|
|Azimuth: +150 to -150 | Elevation: 0 to 60|
|Number of simultaneously engaged targets|
|Single | Salvo|
|Number of launch modules|
|Version 1: 2 | Version 2: 4|
|Number of SAM per launch module|
|Igla (9M39) | Igla-S (9M342)|
|< 8 seconds|
|Manual loading time for 1 module by 1 man|
|< 3 minutes|
|Turret mount weight (with 2 launch modules)|
|< 650 Kg|
14.5 mm MTPU heavy machine guns
14.5 mm marine pedestal machine-gun mount (14.5 mm MTPU) is intended for fight against lightly armoured surface, coast and air targets. It is mounted on decks of war boats and ensures defeat of surface and coast targets at the distances of up to 2000 m at the height of up to 1500 m.
Cartridges with armour-piercing-incendiary bullet B-32, armour-piercing-tracer bullet BZT and incendiary of instant action MDZ are used for firing at surface, coast and air targets.
|Machine-gun calibre, mm||14.5|
|Rate of fire, shot/min, not less||450|
|Mass of a mount with a machine-gun (without ammunition and SPT&A),kg||350|
|Overall dimensions (with the height
of foundation from the deck 100 mm), mm:
|Angle of elevation guidance, degrees||-15 to +60|
|Angle of traverse guidance, degrees||±180|
|Direction of a machine-gun feed||right|
|Method of guidance||manual|
1 Shtil-1 Air Defense System with two 3S90E.1 modular launchers
The weight of the missile is 581 kg, including the 62 kg blast fragmentation warhead initiated by a dual-mode radar proximity fuze. Dimensions of the hull are 5.18 m length; 0.36 m maximum diameter. Range is 2.5–32 km in a 3S90M “Shtil-1” naval missile system. Altitude of targets from 15 m up to 15 km (and from 10 m to 10 km against other missiles). 9M317ME missiles can be fired at 2-second intervals, while its reaction (readiness) time is up to 10 s.
The missile was designed to be single-staged, inertial guidance, radio control mid-course update and terminal semi-active radar homing.
The tail surfaces have a span of 0.82 m when deployed after the missile leaves the launch container by a spring mechanism. Four gas-control vanes operating in the motor efflux turn the missile towards the required direction of flight. After the turnover manoeuvre, they are no longer used and subsequent flight controlled via moving tail surfaces. A dual-mode solid-propellant rocket motor provides the missile with a maximum speed of Mach 4.5. Data wikiwand.com
Club-k integrated missile system
The Kh-35E (3M-24E) anti-ship missile is designed to destroy surface warships displacing up to 5,000 tonnes, as well as seagoing transports.
The Kh-35E unified guided missile can be launched from the following platforms:
– Uran-E type ship-borne missile systems;
Kh-35E (3M-24E) anti-ship missile
The Kh-35E anti-ship missile can be employed in fair and adverse weather conditions at Sea States up to 5-6, by day and night, under enemy fire and electronic countermeasures.
The Kh-35E’s aerodynamic configuration is optimized for high subsonic-speed sea-skimming flight to ensure stealthy characteristics of the missile.
Target acquisition and designation data can be fed into missile’s guidance system from both ship-based and external target data sources.
The missile has low signatures thanks to its small dimensions, sea-skimming capability and a special guidance algorithm ensuring highly secure operational modes of the active radar seeker.
Its ARGS-35E active radar seeker operates in both single- and multiple-missile launch modes, acquiring and locking on targets at a maximum range of up to 20 km.
|Launch range, km||up to 130|
|Flight altitude, m:|
|at terminal area||about 4|
|Cruise speed, Mach number||0,8|
|Max missile turn angle, ang.deg.:|
|in horizontal plane after launch||+;- 90|
|Missile launch weight, kg:|
|Warhead type||HE penetrator|
|Warnead weight, kg||145|
|length of ship/land-based|
|and heliborne versions||4,4|
|length of airborne version||3,85|
|body diameter, m||0,42|
Club-N integrated missile system
Consist of 3M-54 Klub missile system Variants: 3M-54E maquette 3M-54E1 maquette 3M-14E maquette 91RE1 maquette 91RTE2 maquette
Advanced 3M-54E Club Anti-Ship Missile
The Klub/Club is a family of modular, two-stage, multi-purpose missiles intended to engage ships, submarines and targets onshore. The Klub missiles can be launched from surface ships and submarines employing canisters, torpedo tubes and VLS. The missile can follow a ballistic or a low and medium altitude cruise trajectory pattern depending on the Klub missile version. They have been designed to destroy targets protected by sophisticated active air defenses and countermeasures. The Club-N designation applies to missile variants employed by surface vessels which launch this kind of weapon through Vertical Launch System (VLS). The Club-N missiles are provided within Transport-Launch Containers (TLCs).
Number of Stages: 2
Diameter: 533 millimeter
Length: 8.22 meter (27.0 foot)
Max Range: 220 kilometer (119 nautical mile)
Cruise Speed: 266 mps (958 kph)
Top Speed: 996 mps (3,587 kph)
Warhead: 200 kilogram (441 pound)
Weight: 2,300 kilogram (5,071 pound)
3M14 missile Land Attack Missile
The 3M-54TE Club-N is a subsonic ship launched anti-ship missile carried inside a Transport-Launch Container (TLC) which allows for vertical launch. It features a booster and a cruise low-altitude subsonic sustainer. Its guidance system is based on inertial navigation system with end-game active radar homing.
Diameter: 645 millimeter
Length: 8.92 meter (29.3 foot)
Max Range: 220 kilometer (119 nautical mile)
Speed Cruise Speed: 266 mps (958 kph)
Top Speed: 266 mps (958 kph)
Warhead: 200 kilogram (441 pound)
Weight: 1,951 kilogram (4,301 pound)
DP-65 grenade launcher
It is designed for protection of ships against attacks of underwater combat swimmers at external roadstead open anchor stops and bases, for protection against attacks of underwater combat swimmers at water-development works, sea platforms and other important sea and coastal installations.
It is mounted both on the ships (sea installations) and on the coastal installations.
The system ensures single-shot and salvo fire with rocket grenades RG-55M and RGS-55.
Guidance of the system and fire control is carried out remotely or manually. Rocket grenades launching in manual control mode is carried out by the autonomous power source.
The control panel and the power source provide the possibility of simultaneous connection of one to four grenade launchers.
The system is equipped with blocking device ensuring security of loading and unloading of the grenade launcher, blocking of firing circuits in the zones forbidden for firing.
Detection of a target is performed with the sonar dipping station. When using the system with the sonar “ANAPA-ME” automatic detection of the target, guidance of the system by the sonar to the target and its tracking up to defeat is ensured.
|Quantity of barrels||10|
|Angle of elevation guidance, degrees||-33 to +48|
|Angle of traverse guidance, degrees||-165 to +165|
|Speed of elevation guidance, degrees/s||10|
|Speed of traverse guidance, degrees/s||15|
|Range of fire, m||minimum 50
|Mass of the grenade launcher (without grenades), kg||132|
|Overall dimensions of the grenade launcher, mm||970×780×1820|
Pallada divers detection sonar
Pallada sonar is designed for underwater detection in the active mode of combat swimmers with (and without) their delivery vehicles, from the stopped ship. The sonar is capable of classifying and tracking up to three detected targets.
- receiving/emitting acoustic antenna
- single-unit switchboard/receiver-amplifier
- control console, comprising data processing and control equipment, video monitor and transceiver
The sonar provides a 360-deg underwater coverage, and its acoustic array can be dipped to a depth of up to 20 m. Electronic equipment housed in the junction box and control console serves to emit, receive and process hydroacoustic signals. All relevant data is rep-resented on a display panel with a keyboard and a trackball. Pallada sonar is controlled by one operator.
The onboard PK-10 close-range decoy dispensing system offers protection against electro-optical guided weapons and radars. A TK-25 ship-based electronic countermeasure system is used to deceive sonar, radar and lasers.
PK-10 Shipborne Decoy Dispensing System
TK-25E-5 integrated electronic warfare suite
Main Jamming systems is the TK-25E-5 Jammer. That can Jam any kinda Radar Emitting Objects, Basically Airborne and Shipborne Target Acquisition Radars, These Radars are used in all kind of Ships to Search and Track Enemy ships and Ready to Launch and Guide any Kind of Missiles, The Airborne Target Acquisition Radars means Anti Submarine Aircrafts Like P 3 , P 8 and Russian Tu 142, IL 38, These Radars also Track Ships, But here the TK-25E-5 Jammer do it’s Jobs by feeding Fake Targets and Information’s disrupting their Command and Control Center, further more the Jammer can Disable the Enemy Radars too, mostly they can able to jam Airborne Radars and Make it useless in Combat. Data sajeevpearlj.blogspot.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
Navigation and communications
|Electronics:||1 Pozitiv-ME1 air/surface search radar
1 Pal-N navigation radar
|ECS:||1 TK-25E jamming system (See above)
1 PK-10 chaff system (See above)
Fitted atop the bridge, a Pal-N ship borne navigation radar is used to scan, detect, identify and track air or surface targets for safe manoeuvring. A Pozitiv-ME1 air / surface flat phased array search radar, also located on the top of the bridge, is designed for the detection and tracking of air and surface targets.
Pozitiv-ME1 air / surface flat phased array search radar
Positiv-ME1 and Positiv-ME1.2 Active Radars are designed for plan scanning, detection and tracking of air and surface targets, output of target designation data to users. The radars perform the following tasks:
- radar air and surface surveillance;
- detection of air targets including small-sized, diving, and flying at extremely low altitude;
- detection of surface targets under conditions of normal and increased radar detection range, as well as under best visibilty conditions;
- positioning (azimuth, range and elevation angle) and moving parameter determination of tracked targets;
- friend-or-fore and individual identification of tracked targets by means of IFF system with embedded antennas;
- target classification according to the path characteristics;
- tracked target threat assessment;
- automated target assignment;
- display of target assignment chart featuring its dynamic on-line correction;
- output of surface and air target designation data to missile firing control systems, as well as to artillery and torpedo systems, and jamming systems;
- automated control of operation modes depending on interference situation;
- automated performance monitoring and fault detection;
- recording and archiving of tracked target data, data on made decisions, and statuses of integrated systems;
- crew training in simulated tactical situation.
Positiv-ME1 and Positiv-ME1.2 Active Radars can be used as:
- target detection systems, detection module, radar module for CIWS or missile systems;
- scanning radars for the ships of various classes, as well as for land mobile platforms, stationary facilities and transportable containers.
|· Target detection range||up to 250 km||up to 150 km|
|· Fighter-class target detection range||up to 110 km||up to 50 km|
|· Sector width by elevation||up to 85 deg.||up to 85 deg.|
|· Output of surface and air target designation data to missile firing control systems, torpedo and artillery systems, as well as to jamming systems.
· High rate of scanning.
PAL-N1 Navigation Radar
PAL-N1 Shipborne Navigation Radar is designed for plan scanning, detection, identification and auto-tracking of the detected surface targets with recommendation generation for safe passing and tactical manoeuvring.
|Range scale||0.5; 1; 2; 4; 8; 16; 2; 64 miles|
|Maximum target detection range|
|for large anti-submarine ship (σ = 5500 m2)||20 miles|
|for motor boat (σ = 300 m2)||10 miles|
|Simultaneous tracking||up to 50 targets|
|by distance||25 m|
|by azimuth||1 deg.|
|Continuous operation time||24 h|
|Power consumption||1.5–3 kW|
A Pallada sonar system (See above) aboard the patrol ship detects and tracks divers, while a Vinyetka-EM active / passive sonar system detects the surface ships, submarines and torpedoes. The ship is also fitted with a MGK-335EM-03 sonar system on the hull.
MGK-335EM-03 sonar system
LOW-FREQUENCY ACTIVE-PASSIVE SONAR “VIGNETTE-EM”
Designed for surface ships, solving the problem of anti-submarine defense, the protection of waters, convoy escort and patrol ships. Uses towed astern of the ship towed flexible extended antenna (GPBA) and low-frequency transducer that provides in sonar mode effective detection of low-noise submarines. Along with the work carried out sonar ASG shumopelengovaniya mode, which allows you to detect torpedoes and surface ships at great distances.
|Submarine detection range:|
|in shallow water||10-20 km *|
|in the deep sea||15-60 km *|
|Sector Overview (course angle)||± 180 °|
|The accuracy of the coordinates in the automatic mode of support purposes:|
|Bearing (traverznyh in the corners and on the straight tack carrier)||2 °|
|range||1% of the scale|
|towing speed||up to 18 knots.|
|torpedo||15-30 km *|
|surface ship||30-100 km *|
|submarine||15-20 km *|
|The accuracy of direction finding traverznyh in the corners and on the straight tack carrier||2 °|
|towing speed||up to 14 kt|
|Operation CEO at sea state||to 5 points|
* – Depending on the version of GAS
Propulsion and performance of the patrol vessels
The Project 22160-class is driven by CODAG (combined diesel and gas) type propulsion system with a total output power of 25,000kW. Electrical systems installed in the ship include four 300kW diesel-generators and one 100kW emergency and harbour diesel generator
Kolomna 16D49 diesel engine
Kolomna 16D49 is a four stroke V16 cylinder diesel engine with 260 x 260 mm bore and stroke, rated at 4.4 MW at 1,000 rpm
|Type diesel / diesel generator (with a diesel engine modification 16CHN26 / 26)||Purpose and scope||RangeNe kW (hp)||Rotation frequency/ min||Specific fuel consumption by ISO 3046-1 g / kWh(G / hp-hr)||Specific oil consumption by ISO 3046-1g / kWh(G / hp-hr)||diesel generator Weight, kg||Dimensions, mm|
|16D49||Main marine diesel engines to operate on a fixed-pitch propeller through a reverse reduction gear as part of diesel diesel generator 1DDA 12000||4412 (6000)||1100||199 (146.3)||1.01 (0.74)||26000 *||5280||2210||3500|
Kolomensky plant sent the customer a diesel-reverse-gear unit for the main power plant of the new patrol ship
As part of the import substitution program, Kolomensky Zavod OJSC manufactured and manufactured a diesel-reverse gear unit DRRA6000 for OAO Zelenodolsky Plant named after AM Gorky to be installed on a new 22160 patrol ship Dmitry Rogachev.
The diesel-reverse gear unit DRRA6000 is designed to work on a propeller of a fixed pitch. The main ship power plant of the project includes two units – ДРРА6000 and ДРРА6000-01 (each with a capacity of 6000 hp), which are located on the left and right sides of the ship. Each unit consists of a 16D49 diesel engine built by the Kolomna plant, a reverse gear drive produced by PJSC Zvezda and a local control system from JSC Concern NPO Avrora.
Diesel-reverse gear unit DRRA6000
The patrol ship “Dmitry Rogachev” – the first serial ship of the project 22160, was laid at the Zelenodolsk plant in July 2014. The main ship of the project “Vasily Bykov” was equipped with a power plant of MAN (Germany).
A total of 6 ships of Project 22160 will be built at the Zelenodolsk Plant. All of them will replenish the Black Sea Fleet until 2020. Source kolomnadiesel.com
The patrol and maximum speeds of the ship are 16kt and 30kt respectively. The ship has a cruising range of 6,000mi at patrol speeds and an endurance of 60 days.
Main material source naval-technology.com
Updated Oct 07, 2017