Flyvefisken 1/50 Billing Boats - Flex 300 klasse Danish Marine Vessel

Discussie in 'Marineschepen' gestart door karel47, 26 nov 2012.

  1. karel47

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    he mannen het draadje terug opgepakt , zal er is moeten aan beginnen ... teveel projecten gaande he ... maar is erg mooi schip de HMS Skaden
    heb hem vandaag nog is bewonderd megavet schip ... het echte vessel welke schroeven gebruikte die 3 of 4 of 5 bladige weet iemand dat ... mercikes

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  2. karel47

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    i took a few pics in my garden , even unfinished it has appearence this vessel

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  3. karel47

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    StanFlex
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    A mine countermeasures StanFlex module in storage at Korsure Naval Base
    StanFlex (also known as STANFLEX or Standard Flex) is a modular mission payload system used by the Kongelige Danske Marine (Royal Danish Navy, KDM).

    Originally conceived during the 1980s as a way of replacing several classes of minor war vessel with a single class of multi-role ships (the Flyvefisken class), the StanFlex system consists of weapons and equipment mounted in standardised containers, which can be loaded into slots on the ships. These containers can be swapped out in a short period of time, allowing the ship to switch between roles when needed.

    The success of the modular payload system led the KDM to design all new warships with StanFlex slots, and to install slots on older vessels during major refits. By 2012, nine ship classes capable of carrying StanFlex payloads will be in service.


    Module design and use
    Stanflex modules are constructed by Monberg & Thorsen.[3] Each module is housed in a stainless steel container measuring 3 metres (9.8 ft) in length, 3.5 metres (11 ft) in width, and 2.5 metres (8.2 ft) in height.[3] Precision-machined flanges ensure that the module accurately mates up with connections for power, ventilation, communications, water, and data.[3] The weapon or system is mounted on the roof of the module, while the machinery, electronics, and supporting equipment are housed within.[3]

    Modules are usually installed and replaced by a 15-ton capacity mobile crane.[3] A module can be swapped out and replaced within half an hour, and after system testing completed, the ship is ready to deploy within a few hours.[3] However, refresher training for the ship's crew will take significantly longer.[3] Standardised consoles are fitted in the combat information centre: the console's role is defined by the software installed, which can be quickly replaced.[3][4] The ease of installation and use is compared by naval personnel to another Danish product: Lego.[3]

    Benefits and drawbacks
    • Unused modules can be stored in controlled conditions, reducing the need for preventative maintenance.[1]
    • Ships do not need to be taken out of service when equipment requires maintenance, and vice versa.[1]
    • New weapons and systems can be installed on the vessels by fitting them to a module, instead of refitting the entire ship.[1]
    • When a ship or class is removed from service, the modules can be reused by other vessels.[2] Similarly, as they do not have to be built into the ship, modular weapons and systems do not have to be factored into the purchase cost of a new vessel: in 2006, a proposed 6,000-ton frigate design for the KDM was predicted to cost DKK 1.6 billion per ship (USD 285 million), while similar projects in other European nations were slated to cost between DKK 2.6 billion and DKK 6.3 billion (USD 463 million to 1.12 billion).[2]
    • The multi-role ships are slightly less efficient than a dedicated ship in a particular role, but the ability to be quickly reequipped for other roles more than makes up for this.[3]

    FLYVEFISKEN (1989-2008)(In English: The Flying Fish)

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    FLYVEFISKEN is here seen in the surveillance configuration.
    (Photo: Royal Danish Navy)

    Classification

    Type:

    Patrol Vessel (see the notes)

    Class:

    FLYVEFISKEN Class

    Other Ships
    in Class:


    P 551 HAJEN (1st built)
    P 552 HAVKATTEN
    P 553 LAXEN
    P 554 MAKRELEN
    P 555 STØREN
    P 556 SVÆRDFISKENP 557 GLENTEN (2nd built)
    P 558 GRIBBEN
    P 559 LOMMENP 560 RAVNEN
    P 561 SKADENP 562VIBEN
    P 563 SØLØVEN (3rd built)

     
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  5. karel47

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    specs of those flex 300 vessels

    Built by:

    DANYARD, Aalborg (The hull was molded at Karlskrona Varvet, Sweden)

    Design:

    Naval Material Command

    Laid down:

    August 15, 1985

    Launched:

    April 26, 1996

    Commissioned:

    December 19, 1989

    Decommissioned:

    May 30, 2008

    Pennant Number:

    P550

    Int'l Call Sign:

    OVDA

    Displacement:

    450 tons

    Dimensions:

    Length:

    Beam:

    Draught:

    -

    (LOA) 54.00 m
    (LWL) 50.00 m

    9.00 m

    Norm 2.60 m
    Max. 3.00 m

    Complement:

    19-29 men, depending on configuration

    Propulsion:

    1 ea General Electric Gas Turbines 5,680 Hp
    2 ea MTU Diesel Engines 5,440 Hp
    3 ea Rexroth Aux. Engines
    1 ea Bowthruster
    3 ea Propellers

    Range:

    2,400 nautical miles at 18 knots

    Armament:

    1 ea 76 mm Gun Mk M/85 LvSa (all versions)
    2 ea 12.7 mm Heavy Machine Gun M/01 LvSa

    Further (depending on task):

    4 ea Harpoon SSM (2x2) or
    8 ea Harpoon SSM (2x4) and
    1 ea Sea Sparrow SAM VLS Mk.48 Mod.0 (1x6)

    or

    2 ea Sea Sparrow SAM VLS Mk.48 Mod.0 (2x6)

    Extraordinary:

    1 ea VDS (Variable Depth Sonar)
    4 ea Anti Submarine Torpedoes MU-90 M/04 (2x2)

    or

    60 mines (max 60 tons)

    Previously also:

    2 ea 533 mm Torpedo Tubes (2x1)

    Speed:

    +30 knob (gas turbines) / 20 knob (diesels)


    History

    Military Service:

    June 17, 1988

    Adoption by Næstved Community

    May 30, 2008

    Decommissioned and handed over to the Lithuanian Navy

    The Patrol Vessels of the FLYVEFISKEN Class, also named as the Standard Flex 300 type, is capable of switching between several rolls/configurations by a planned container system.
    The different containers will make it possible to change the role of the ship from a clean surveillance role to a guided missile vessel or Mine Hunter within hours.
     
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    Ben nog altijd bezig met opzoekingen omtrent mn skaden en aan een aantal projecten bezig leo 2a5 en een mrap op 1/16
    Als ik de fotos goed interpreteer is met die lanceerinrichtingen een kraan niet mogelijk, dus op achterkant komt de dubbele 2x2 harpoon mk48 en in midden 3x2 sea sparrow lanceerinrichting , die verdeling heeft waarschijnlijk te maken met de gewichtsverdeling en stabiliteit bij het afvuren me dunkt
     
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    na een lange stilte toch wat vorderingen met de HMS Skaden

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    tot spijt in mn hart moet ik deze boot verkopen , werkte er graag aan maar de tijd mankeerd , als iemand er in geinteresserd is met alle voorhande toebehoren had ik er graag 300 euro voor, plannen , beslag etc alles
    het heeft geen zin hem hier langer te laten staan , de ruimte is te beperkt en de boxer neemt zoveel tijd in beslag
     

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