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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 Seaplane tender & seaplane carriers Balloon carrier & balloon tenders

By role

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Catapult Assisted Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR) Short Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (STOBAR) Short Take-Off Vertical Landing (STOVL) By configuration

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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 longendurance warship intended to escort larger vessels in a fleet, convoy orbattle group and defend them against smaller, powerful, short-range attackers. Destroyers, originally called torpedoboat 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: Displacement: Length: Beam: Draught: Propulsion: Guided-missile destroyer 6,200 tons (full load) 163 metres (535 ft) 17.4 metres (57 ft) 6.5 metres (21 ft) 2 x M36E gas turbine plants; 2 shafts; 4 x DT-59 reversible gas turbines; 2 G-54 gearboxes; 64,000 shp[1]

Speed: Range: Complement:

28 knots (52 km/h)+ 5,000 miles (8,000 km) 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 ZavodRussia

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Brahmaputra Class Brahmaputra, Betwa, BeasI(GRSE) Nilgiri Class Dunagiri, Udaygiri, Taragiri, Vindhyagiri

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Type: Displacement: Length: Beam: Draught: Propulsion:

Guided-missile frigate 5300 tons standard 6200 tons full load 142.5 metres (468 ft) 16.9 metres (55 ft) 4.5 metres (15 ft) 2 x Pielstick 16 PA6 STC Diesel engines & 2 x GE LM2500+ boost turbines in CODOG configuration. 32 knots (59 km/h) 22 knots (41 km/h) (Diesel Engines) 257 (35 officers)

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INS ShivalikThe 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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Name

Pennant

Laid down

Launched

Sea trials

Commission ing 29 April 2010 [30][31] March 2011[32]

INS Shivalik

F47

11 July 2001

18 April 2003 4 June 2004[5]

February 2009

INS Satpura

F48

31 October 2002

2009

INS Sahyadri F49

30 September 2003[13]

27 May 2005

2010

May 2011

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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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Type: Displacement: Length: Beam: Draught: Propulsion: Speed: Range: Complement:

General characteristics Guided-Missile Corvette 1350-1500 tons 91.1 metres 10.5 metres 4.5 metres 2 diesel engines 25 knots 4000 miles @ 16 knots 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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Ships of the className INSSukanya INSSubhadra INS Suvarna INS Savitri Pennant P50 P51 P52 P53 Builder Korea Tacoma Korea Tacoma Launched 1989 1989 Commissioned 31 August 1989 25 January 1990 4 April 1991 27 November 1990 Status Active Active Active Active Sold to Sri Lanka Navy in 2000 as SLNS Sayura Active

Korea Tacoma 22 August 1990 Hindustan Shipyard Limited Hindustan Shipyard Limited Hindustan Shipyard Limited Hindustan Shipyard Limited 23 May 1989

INS Sarayu

P54

16 October 1989

08 October 1991

INS Sharada

P55

22 August 1990 25 October 1991

27 October 1991 3 November 1993

INS Sujata

P56

Active

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General characteristics Type: Displacement: Length: Beam: