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Psilander
Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 12:58 pm
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A modern frigate
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Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 1:35 pm
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A giant-of-aVisby, with Thales I-400, Aster and twin Bofors 57 mm Mk3 Stealth. What gun is the large caliber one in bow?


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Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 1:51 pm
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Its a BAE 155mm gun(barrel) with a Visby style Stealth cupola. Jag

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Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 4:22 pm
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Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 7:05 pm
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Splendid work


Just a few thoughts from my side:
- I think a more aggressive bow, would make it look a bit more "sharp"
- I think that it would perhaps look more balanced if the hull (above water) was a few pixel higher and the bridge superstructure a few pixel lower.
- The water jet should be a little bigger, and for a ship this size, I would say a special designed one for a ship this size would be better than a standard one... although more expensive
- if the VLS is placed to port and starboard, instead for on center, you can make the helipad a little larger.
- for the 155mm gun, draw a read line from where the tipping point of the gun and dow...., nah:
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Post subject: Re: Imperial Swedish NavyPosted: January 24th, 2019, 10:08 pm
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Hey Psilander, looking quite nice, but I have a few comments, suggestions and questions which might improve the vessel a bit ;)

- I think there are updated NH-90 drawings available.
- The I-mast 400 is not capable to control ASTER 15, let alone 30. An I-mast would be capable of doing the guidance for these, but not straight out of the box, for example take a look at the I-mast 500 variant with the integrated APAR for standard missile and ESSM guidance.
- What are the square things on the hull? Hatches? a hull is kept without hatches in almost all cases (especially amidships) due to large stresses being present in the hull by the ship moving in the waves. Bringing them up towards the main deck level will lower the weight of your ships hull significally and make her both cheaper and stronger
- May I wonder how the engines are set up? I see exhausts near the waterline and air intakes on the hull near the helideck? so I guess gas turbines under the helideck and hangar and an electric coupling?
- I think the forward stabiliser makes more sense more amidships, in it's current position it might interfere with the waves from the ships bow and increase resistance and shocks instead of doing something usefull.

Feel free to ask any questions if anything isn't clear or if you disagree ;)

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