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SEMINAR
PRESENTED BY

JAYAKUMAR.R
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AIR CRAFT CARRIERS Viraat

An aircraft carrier is a warship designed with a primary mission


of deploying and recovering aircraft, acting as a seagoing airbase.

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Types of aircraft carriers:

By role

By configuration

By size

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•Anti-submarine warfare carrier


•Helicopter carrier
•Light aircraft carrier
•Amphibious assault ship By role

•Seaplane tender & seaplane carriers


•Balloon carrier & balloon tenders

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•Catapult Assisted Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR)

•Short Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (STOBAR)


By configuration
•Short Take-Off Vertical Landing (STOVL)

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•Supercarrier

•Fleet carrier, the standard sized carrier of a navy.


By size
•Light aircraft carrier

•Escort carrier

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•Over 65,000 tones full load [6]


50,000 tonnes light
(75,000 limiting)
•55,000 tonnes full load64,500 tonnes full load (start of service life)
•Limiting 75,000 tonnes at end up service life (after two re-ballastings)
 Hull Dimensions (length x beam):
288.5 meters (947 feet) length overall;
74 metres (243 feet) max width at flightdeck [6];
•273 x 38.6 metres (896 x 127 feet) waterline
•265 metres (870 feet) length overall;
66 metres (217 feet) max width at flightdeck284 metres (931 feet) length overall; 73 metres (239
feet) max width at flightdeck; [11]
•263.5 metres (865 feet) pp; 39 metres beam (water line) (128 feet)
•Depth of main hull: 30 metres
•Draft: 12 metres (39ft) max Estimated
10.3 metres (34 feet) max11 metres (36 feet) max [11]
•Air draft - 47 metres masthead height (including sensors)
•Overall height: 56 metres [12]

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DESTROYERS

In naval terminology, a destroyer is a fast and maneuverable yet long-


endurance warship intended to escort larger vessels in
a fleet, convoy orbattle group and defend them against smaller,
powerful, short-range attackers. Destroyers, originally called torpedo-
boat destroyers

•Delhi Class – Delhi, Mumbai, Mysore

•Rajput Class – Rajput, Rana, Ranvir, Ranjit, Ranvijay

8-in service

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Delhi class- mazagon dock

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Rajput class destroyers were the first ships in the Indian Navy to deploy
the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile systems. The systems were deployed during a
mid-life refit of the ships. The missile system has 8 missiles with bow mounted
launchers.

INS Ranvijay was deployed with updated vertical launchers for the BrahMos missile

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GENERAL CHARACTERSTICS:

Type: Guided-missile destroyer


[1]
Displacement: 6,200 tons (full load)
Length: 163 metres (535 ft)
Beam: 17.4 metres (57 ft)
Draught: 6.5 metres (21 ft)
Propulsion: 2 x M36E gas turbine plants;
2 shafts;
4 x DT-59 reversible gas turbines;
2 G-54 gearboxes;
64,000 shp

Speed: 28 knots (52 km/h)+


Range: 5,000 miles (8,000 km)
Complement: 350 (incl 40 officers)

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FRIGATES

The Shivalik class frigates or Project 17 class frigates are


multi-role frigates with stealth features being built for
the Indian Navy. They are the first warships being built
in India with such features.[9] The lead vessel of the class was
commissioned on April 29, 2010

Godavari Class – Ganga, Godavari, Gomati (MDL)


Talwar Class – Talwar, Trishul, Tabar (Baltiysky Zavod Russia )
Brahmaputra Class – Brahmaputra, Betwa, BeasI(GRSE)
Nilgiri Class – Dunagiri, Udaygiri, Taragiri, Vindhyagiri

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INS Shivalik
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Type: Guided-missile frigate


Displacement: 5300 tons standard
6200 tons full load
Length: 142.5 metres (468 ft)
Beam: 16.9 metres (55 ft)
Draught: 4.5 metres (15 ft)
Propulsion: 2 x Pielstick 16 PA6 STC
Diesel engines & 2
x GE LM2500+ boost turbines
in CODOG configuration.

Speed: 32 knots (59 km/h)


22 knots (41 km/h) (Diesel
Engines)
Complement: 257 (35 officers)

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INS Shivalik

The main features of the class are its stealth characteristics


and the land-attack capability. The ships incorporate
structural, thermal and acoustic stealth features.[25] They
will be armed with the Klub anti-ship
and BrahMos supersonic cruise missiles. The vessels use 10
gigabit LAN for their network. Shivalik is the first IN ship to
have a Combined Diesel or Gas Turbine (CODOG) propulsion
plant

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Commission
Name Pennant Laid down Launched Sea trials
ing

18 April February 29 April


INS Shivalik F47 11 July 2001
2003 2009 2010 [30][31]

31 October 4 June March


INS Satpura F48 2009
2002 2004[5] 2011[32]

30
27 May
INS Sahyadri F49 September 2010 May 2011
2005
2003[13]

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CORVETTES

A corvette is a small, maneuverable, lightly armed warship, originally smaller than


a frigate (2000+ tons) and larger than acoastal patrol craft or fast attack craft (500 or
fewer tons)

Khukri Class – Khukri, Kuthar, Kirpan, Khanjar (GRSE/MDL)

Kora Class – Kora, Kirch, Kulish, Karmuk (GRSE)


Veer Class – Veer, Nirbhik, Nipat, Nishank, Nirghat, Vibhuti,
Vipul, Vinash, Vidyut, Nashak, Pralaya, Prabal (5 FROM USSR
NAVY &REST MDL /GRSE)
Abhay Class – Abhay, Ajay, Akshay, Agray

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24- IN SERVICE
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General characteristics
Type: Guided-Missile Corvette

Displacement: 1350-1500 tons

Length: 91.1 metres

Beam: 10.5 metres

Draught: 4.5 metres


Propulsion: 2 diesel engines

Speed: 25 knots
Range: 4000 miles @ 16 knots

Complement: approx. 134

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OFFSHORE PATROL VESSELS

A patrol boat is a relatively small naval vessel generally designed for coastal
defense duties. There have been many designs for patrol boats. They may be
operated by a nation's navy, coast guard, or police force, and may be intended
for marine (blue water) and/or estuarine or river ("brown water") environments.

 They are commonly found engaged in various border protection roles,


including anti-smuggling, anti-piracy, fisheries patrols, and immigration
law enforcement. They are also often called upon to participate in
rescue operations.
 They may be broadly classified as Inshore Patrol Vessels (IPVs) and Offshore
Patrol Vessels (OPVs).

 They are warships typically smaller in size than a corvette and can
include fast attack craft, torpedo boats and missile boats, although some are as
large as a frigate. The offshore patrol vessels are usually the smallest ship in a
navy's fleet that are large and seaworthy enough to patrol off-shore in the
open ocean.

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31 – in service
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Ships of the class

Name Pennant Builder Launched Commissioned Status

INSSukanya P50 Korea Tacoma 1989 31 August 1989 Active

INSSubhadra P51 Korea Tacoma 1989 25 January 1990 Active

INS Suvarna P52 Korea Tacoma 22 August 1990 4 April 1991 Active
Hindustan
27 November
INS Savitri P53 Shipyard 23 May 1989 Active
1990
Limited
Sold to Sri
Hindustan
16 October 08 October Lanka Navy in
INS Sarayu P54 Shipyard
1989 1991 2000 as SLNS
Limited
Sayura
Hindustan
27 October
INS Sharada P55 Shipyard 22 August 1990 Active
1991
Limited
Hindustan
25 October 3 November
INS Sujata P56 Shipyard Active
1991 1993
Limited

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General characteristics
Type: Patrol vessel
[1]
Displacement: 1,890 tons (full load)
Length: 101 metres
Beam: 11.5 metres
Propulsion: 2 × diesel engines, 12,800 bhp (9,540 kW), 2 shafts

Speed: 21 knots (39 km/h)


Range: 7,000 nautical miles (13,000 km) at 15 knots
(28 km/h)

Complement: 70
Sensors and 1 x Racal Decca 2459 search radar
processing systems: 1 BEL 1245 navigation radar

Armament: 1 x 40 mm, 60-cal Bofors anti-aircraft gun


2 x 12.7 mm machine guns
P51 added: 1 Dhanush ballistic missile

P55 added: 2 x 25 mm, 80-cal anti-aircraft guns

Aircraft carried: 1 HAL Chetak

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MINESWEEPERS

A minesweeper is a small naval warship designed to counter the threat


posed by naval mines. Minesweepers generally detect then neutralize
mines in advance of other naval operations.

Minesweepers
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INS Pondicherry (M61) (2 February 1978, decommissioned 2007)


•INS Porbandar (M62) (19 December 1978, decommissioned 2007)
•INS Bedi (M63) (27 April 1979, decommissioned 2009)
•INS Bhavnagar (M64) (27 April 1979, decommissioned 2009)
•INS Alleppey (M65) (10 June 1980)
•INS Ratnagiri (M66) (10 June 1980)
•INS Karwar (M67) (14 July 1986)
•INS Cannanore (M68) (17 December 1987)
•INS Cuddalore (M69) (29 October 1987)
•INS Kakinada (M70) (23 December 1986)
•INS Kozhikode (M71) (19 December 1988)
•INS Konkan (M72) (8 October 1988)

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General characteristics
Type: Minesweeper
Displacement: 877 long tons (891 t) full load

Length: 61 m (200 ft 2 in)

Beam: 10.2 m (33 ft 6 in)


Draft: 2.7 m (8 ft 10 in)
Propulsion: 2 × M-503B diesels, 2 shafts,
5,000 bhp (3,700 kW)

Speed: 16 knots (30 km/h; 18 mph)

Range: 4,000 nmi (7,400 km) at 10 knots


(19 km/h; 12 mph)
3,000 nmi (5,600 km) at 12 knots
(22 km/h; 14 mph)

Complement: 10 officers, 72 enlisted

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Amphibious Warfare Ships

Amphibious warfare ship, often shortened to amphibs or phibs and popularly


known as gator freighters, denotes a range of classes of warship employed to
land and support ground forces, such as marines, on enemy territory during
an amphibious assault.

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Commissione Decommissio Status


Name Pennant
d ned
21 December 11 January
INS Ghorpad L14
1974 2008
15 August
INS Kesari L15 8 May 1999
1975
24 December
INS Shardul L16 June 1997
1975
27 January
INS Sharabh L17
1976
INS Cheetah L18 February 1985
INS Mahish L19 4 June 1985
December
INS Guldar L21
1985
poland
November
INS Kumbhir L22
1986

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Shardul GRSE 3

Magar Hindustan Shipyard Limited


GRSE 2

Gdańsk Shipyard and


Austin
Stocznia Gdynia 1

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General characteristics

Class and type: Kumbhir-class landing ship

Displacement: 1120 tons (standard)


[1]
Length: 83.9 m
Beam: 9.7 m
Draught: 1.3 metres (extreme bow and 2.58
metres (stern)

Depth: 5.2 m
Propulsion: 2 x 2200 hp Soviet Kolomna 40-D two
stroke diesel engines.

Speed: 18 knots
Complement: 120 (incl. 12 officers)
Sensors and SRN 7453 radar
processing systems:
Armament: 2 x AK-230 30mm guns
4 x CRN-91 AA (Naval 30mm Medak)
guns, MANPAD's.

Aircraft carried: 1 HAL Chetak

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Survey ship

INS Darshak is a hydrographic survey ship in


the Indian Navy, under the Eastern Naval Command.

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INS Sandhayak(J18) 14 Mar 1981

INS Nirdeshak(J19) 04 Oct 1982 Built by Goa Shipyard


Limited and commissioned into the
14 Aug Naval service
INS Nirupak(J14)
1985 at Visakhapatnam under the
command of Capt SS Karnik in 2001,
INS Investigator(J15) 11 Jan 1990 Darshak is the Indian Navy's eighth
hydrographic survey ship to have
31 Aug been indigenously designed and
INS Jamuna(J16)
1991 constructed. Incidentally, the first
indigenously built survey ship of the
INS Sutlej (J17) 19 Feb 1993
Navy, inducted in 1964
and decommissioned in 1990, was
INS Darshak(J20) 28 Apr 2001 also named INS Darshak.

INS Sarvekshak(J22) 14 Jan 2002

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INS Sagardhwani

The INS Sagardhwani (A 74) commissioned on 30 July 1994 is a research vessel with
the Indian Navy.
The Naval Physical and Oceanographic Laboratory uses this vessel to conduct research in
various fields ranging from acoustic, geological, meteorological, chemical and physical
oceanography in the eight labs of the ship. This ship is used to test the Advanced
Torpedoes developed.

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Present Fleet (171 in Service)

•Aircraft carrier (1 in service) Replenishment Tankers (11 in Service)


Nuclear submarine (1 in service)
Submarines (14 in Service) Amphibious Warfare Ships (20 in Service)
Destroyers (8 in service)
Frigates (12 in service) Torpedo Recovery Vessels (2 in Service)

Corvettes (24 in Service)


Miscellaneous (6 in Service)
Patrol Ships (31 in Service)

Minesweepers (8 in Service)
Harbour Tug (18 in Service)
Yacht (1 in Service)
Ocean Tug (2 in Service)
Survey ship (8 in Service)

Research Vessel (1 in Service) Diving Support Ship (1 in Service)


Training Vessel (2 in Service)

Sail training Vessel (2 in Service)

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Ships under construction (36 ships being built)

Nuclear Submarines (3 under construction)

Aircraft carriers (2 under construction)

Destroyers (3 under construction)

Frigates (5 under construction)

Corvettes (4 under construction)

Submarines (6 under construction)

Mine sweepers (2)

Mine countermeasure vessels (2 under construction)

Patrol crafts (8 under construction)

Replenishment Ship (1 under construction)

Training Ship (1 under construction)

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Aircraft carriers Expected Commission in 2017

Work to begin after completion of on


Destroyers (3 under construction)
Project 15A ships

Frigates Order placed

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Order Placed
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