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Another submarine type 214 launched in South Korea

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The seventh 214 type submarine was launched at the shipyard of Hyundai Heavy Industries in the South Korean city of Ulsan, reports TASS Post command of the Navy of the country.


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“The latest developments were used in the construction of this submarine with a displacement of 1800 tons, and it will be armed with powerful weapons systems. This together will significantly strengthen the Navy of the Republic of Korea, ”the release said.

The report also notes that "the submarine, named" Hon Bom Do "in honor of the fighter for the independence of Korea from Japan, will be armed, including torpedoes and the latest guided missiles."

According to the information, the length of the submarine is 65 m, width - 6,3 m, its maximum speed - up to 20 knots.

It is planned that the boat will be transferred the fleet in the second half of 2017
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  1. FID
    FID April 6 2016 15: 22
    +4
    A very interesting characteristic: the duration of the dive without the use of RDP is up to 3 weeks, with autonomy up to 12 weeks!
    1. iliya87
      iliya87 April 6 2016 15: 35
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      3 weeks can swim without ascent, total autonomous swimming is designed for 12 weeks i.e. without calling at the ports.
      for reference, Varshavyanka (option for sale) has autonomy of 6 weeks, and this one has 12. But ours may not come up at all. If you take boats of this class standing on our combat alert, then they are better in all respects of the Korean, for some for the head, for some for a little.
      1. Stirbjorn
        Stirbjorn April 6 2016 15: 51
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        Quote: iliya87
        But ours may not come up at all.

        this is how not to pop up? Diesel Varshavyanki, in fact, are not equipped with VNEU. How to recharge without surfacing? - just the presence of VNEU is the main advantage of Koreans
        1. iliya87
          iliya87 April 6 2016 16: 41
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          I got it, I won’t need to pop up on Lada to recharge http://rg.ru/2015/09/07/pl-site-anons.html
          1. Lt. Air Force stock
            Lt. Air Force stock April 6 2016 18: 49
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            Ammunition 12 weapons in the torpedo compartment in total (Type 214). The Japanese submarine class Soryu 30 units take ammunition.
          2. Stirbjorn
            Stirbjorn April 6 2016 18: 56
            +3
            Quote: iliya87
            I got it, I won’t need to pop up on Lada to recharge http://rg.ru/2015/09/07/pl-site-anons.html

            Only it will not be Lada, but Kalina - which in general is still just a project, because the domestic VNEU is still undergoing tests. And the Koreans have already built 7th
  2. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx April 6 2016 15: 23
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    And I wonder how long it was built. An analogue of "Varshavyanka"?
    1. iliya87
      iliya87 April 6 2016 15: 39
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      They have been building since the 2000s, although there were already problems. associated with high noise. Then it seems to be fixed.
    2. DarkMatter
      DarkMatter April 6 2016 16: 27
      +3
      One of the main differences is the presence of an air-independent power plant. Varshavyanka’s simply not there. Tests for installation on LadoKalina just go. VNEU helps to stay in the underwater position much longer without surfacing, which is one of the most important indicators for a submarine. Thus, on this issue, we are lagging far behind the Germans, because this boat is an export version of their type 212. Next in line is type 216, where a lot of new and tasty is expected.
      Therefore, there are only two questions: will we be able to catch up (and possibly overtake, although there is a very big question) leaders in this area in the new LadoKalina project and how many such submarines we can build to replace the old ones over the next decade.
  3. pavelty
    pavelty April 6 2016 15: 24
    -1
    Yeah, it's the Germans who build them for them) I thought it myself ... Well, it's right to say "build together"
    1. FID
      FID April 6 2016 15: 32
      +4
      No, the project is German, and the Koreans insisted that ALL boats be built in Korea ...
      1. pavelty
        pavelty April 6 2016 15: 46
        +1
        I understand that they are being built in Korean docks, but aren't German specialists doing contract work?
        1. FID
          FID April 6 2016 15: 55
          +4
          No! The Koreans themselves are excellent shipbuilders, especially the Hendeis ...
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  4. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx April 6 2016 15: 42
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    Quote: iliya87
    built since the 2000s

    Thank you, this is understandable, but I was interested in how long it takes to build one boat.
    1. FID
      FID April 6 2016 15: 59
      0
      Judging by the open data - 5 years, from bookmark to delivery ... 4 years after bookmark - launching and a year of fine-tuning ... I don’t know more precisely.
    2. vlad_vlad
      vlad_vlad April 6 2016 18: 13
      +1
      Quote: Alget87
      Quote: iliya87
      built since the 2000s

      Thank you, this is understandable, but I was interested in how long it takes to build one boat.



      List of construction and commissioning of the 212A model for the Bundesmarine

      Room; Name; Keel bookmark; Descent commissioning
      С181; U 31; 1.7.1998; 20.3.2002; 19.10.2005
      С182; U 32; 11.7.2000; 1.11.2003; 19.10.2005
      С183; U 33; 30.4.2001; 1.08.2004; 13.6.2006
      С184; U 34; 1.12.2001; 1.6.2005; 3.5.2007
      С185; U 35; 21.8.2007; 15.11.2011; 23.3.2015
      C186; U 36; 6.2.2013; 2015
  5. Karlovar
    Karlovar April 6 2016 22: 31
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    The boat is named after the fighter for independence from Japan ... And this is not just a coincidence! By the way, a few years ago, the Japanese launched a helicopter carrier on ... a day .... the bombing of Hiroshima ... And this, too, was not a stupid coincidence, although the Japanese authorities justified themselves by coincidence, so it happened, by chance ...
  6. jonht
    jonht April 6 2016 23: 51
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    I don’t know how at Varshavyanki, but on boats of the previous project (like on a halibut), special retractable devices were used for underwater running on diesels to a depth of 8 meters. Regarding oxygen and the air purification system, all of our boats, both nuclear and diesel, have approximately the same regeneration systems, that is, as long as there is electricity and emergency regenerative cartridges, the boat can be under water, the main limitation is on food and fuel supplies.
  7. Evil 55
    Evil 55 April 7 2016 05: 50
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    Along the way, another "German" in Korean skin ..