Krylovsky State Research Center (KRSC) came up with a scale model of a new aircraft carrier known as 23000 “Storm,” daily newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta reported.
“Storm” can carry 90 deck-based aircraft for various combat missions. The carrier has two ramps and two electromagnetic catapults to launch aircraft from its deck.
The ship’s power plant will be either a conventional power plant or a nuclear one, depending on potential customers’ requirements, Rossiyskaya Gazeta said.
The new aircraft carrier has a displacement of 100,000 tons, is 330 meters in length, 40 meters in width and has a draft of 11 meters. The ship has a top speed of 30 kt and a sea-keeping performance of up to grade 7.
The model features a split air wing comprising navalised T-50 PAKFAs and MiG-29Ks, as well as jet-powered naval early warning aircraft, and Ka-27 naval helicopters.
Protection against air threats will be provided by four anti-aircraft missile system combat modules. An anti-torpedo armament suite is available.
The electronic support complex includes integrated sensors, including a multifunction phased array radar, electronic warfare system, and communications suite.
SOURCE – Sputnick news, Janes
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