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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Lun 08 Jan 2007, 12:44

Saturation is indeed the word. But brahmos will not come in single units. There will be multiple strikes by Brahmos. I don't know if any mature navy will rely on single salvo against a well defended target. They would be multiple Brahmos....
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Lun 08 Jan 2007, 15:56

ET la raison d'etre des systemes comme l'Aegis ou les equivalents europeens, c'est de se proteger contre les attaques de saturation multi-axes.
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 09 Jan 2007, 08:00

What are the present and future european equivalents to Ageis?
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 09 Jan 2007, 08:12

Principalement APAR, EMPAR et Sampson.
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 09 Jan 2007, 11:02

ce sont des Radars François, Aegis est un système de combat.
PAAMS est la système je pense.
Le APAR est un radar de guidage, accompanie par le Smart-L. L'Aegis a troix illuminateurs dans la rôle d'APAR et le SPY-1 dans la même role du Smart-L.
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 09 Jan 2007, 15:41

Yes, pardon, desole... pas taper (en plus, je suis sense le savoir, moi...). Boulet
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 09 Jan 2007, 18:57

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mer 24 Jan 2007, 05:46

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 21:46 IST

Talking on the eve of the annual Indo-Russian Inter-government Commission on Military-Technical Cooperation, BrahMos Aerospace CEO Dr A Sivathanu Pillai said they are talking to the Indian Navy to make necessary alterations to an existing Russian submarine to mount the under-water version of the missile.

Officials hint that the submarine-launch, on a Kilo class submarine, could be tested sometime next year, after the housing, fire control and slight structural changes are brought about in the submarine.

Dr Pillai said they have also perfected the design for integrating missile into an Amur class submarine. The Indian Navy is looking at Amur as a new class of submarine for the future, but a decision is yet to be taken.
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MessageSujet: BRAHMOS   Lun 05 Fév 2007, 20:04

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BrahMos supersonic cruise missile successfully test fired
Press Trust of India | Feb 5, 2007


BALASORE: The BrahMos supersonic cruise missile was test fired from the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur near here on Sunday.
After a vertical lift-off at 12.15 pm from launch pad number three at the ITR, 15 km from here, the surface-to- surface missile rose into the sky leaving behind a ribbon of white smoke, defence sources said.
"The launch was successful but we will have to analyse data for making an evaluation," a source said.
The launch was carried out from a mobile launcher, with an indigenously built multi-axle Tatra truck serving as the base platform.
The trajectory of the missile's flight was tracked by sophisticated instruments and radars on a ship located close to the point of impact in the Bay of Bengal, the sources said.
The BrahMos -- named after the Brahmaputra and Moskva rivers -- was developed by a joint venture company set up by India and Russia following an agreement signed by the two countries on February 12, 1998. Since its first test on June 12, 2001 from the ITR complex, it has undergone a dozen successful trials.
BrahMos has a range of 290 km with a speed faster than that of sound. It can travel at Mach 2.8 to 3 and carry a conventional warhead of 200 to 300 kg, sources said.
The two-stage missile is powered by a solid propellant booster and a liquid propellant ramjet system. The eight-metre sleek missile, weighing three tonnes, is configured so that it can be launched from land, ships, submarines and fighter aircraft.
The BrahMos was jointly produced by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Russia's NPO Mashnistroyemia under the project named PJ-10. An industrial complex has been set up at Hyderabad to manufacture the missile.
BrahMos Aerospace CEO A Sivathanu Pillai was present during on Sunday's launch. He recently said India was preparing to test the submarine version of the BrahMos by the end of the year.
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mar 06 Fév 2007, 05:16

This time the missile performed S- manouver. Twisted Evil
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Mer 25 Avr 2007, 21:51

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TevEGHgaQs4&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Emilitaryphotos%2Enet%2Fforums%2Fshowthread%2Ephp%3Ft%3D110297
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Jeu 26 Avr 2007, 08:24

http://frontierindia.net/indian-army-to-form-brahmos-missile-group

Indian Army to form BrahMos missile group
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Jeu 25 Oct 2007, 22:23

BrahMos missile deployed on INS Rajput; eight more warships to follow
6 October 2007


The Indian Navy has already deployed the Indo-Russian BrahMos supersonic cruise missile on the INS Rajput, P Venugopal, director, Defence Research and Development Laboratories (DRDL) and head of the BrahMos mission told a packed audience at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Powai, Mumbai, which is holding the aerospace meet Zephyr 2007.

INS Ranjit is next in line among the eight warships that the Indian Navy has planned to equip with this missile. Each ship will be fitted with four missile launchers, two on each side of the vessel. The Indian Army has already inducted its first group of truck-launched missiles.

He said BrahMos was just one of the 10 missiles that DRDL's missile group has produced or is working on. The cruise missile has high accuracy and low observability, he said, and showed several exciting film clips on the tests the missile has been subjected to during induction trials. The missile has already gone through 14 trials, all of which have been successful.

BrahMos has two variants for specific targets, and four platform variants, he disclosed. There is an anti-ship version and an anti-land-based targets version. As far as launching is concerned, the missile can be launched from a mobile land-based vehicle (truck or train), from a ship, from a submarine or from an aircraft. While the first two launch platforms have already been deployed, the submarine-launched system is yet to be tested, while the air-launched version is still under development.

The four-tonne rocket has a diameter of 70 cm and is 8 metres long. It has a maximum range of 300km and a payload of 500kg. Both the latter are the maximum limits mandated by the international missile control regime, he said, hinting that they could have achieved higher parameters in these two areas had it not been for the limits.

The missile can fly from a sea-skimming height of just 10 metres above the waves to an altitude of 15km. While it can achieve a maximum velocity of Mach 2 in the denser air at sea level, this goes up to Mach 2.7 in the rarefied upper atmosphere above 7 km, he said.

The missile has three propulsion systems. First, a gas generator blows it out of its canister, then a solid fuel booster speeds it up to Mach 2, after which an air-breathing liquid fuel ramjet takes over to propel it to its target.

Thanks to an onboard inertial navigation system with three gyroscopes and three accelerometers, it is a "fire and forget" weapon, requiring no further guidance from the control centre once the target has been assigned and it is launched. Once assembled, it has a 10-year shelf life, requiring a routine preventive maintenance check once every three years.

The missile can be launched at any angle, from horizontal to vertical, and is extremely destructive. Two types of warheads can be deployed - while one explodes on contact, the other penetrates the target by impact and then explodes a few milliseconds later. Anti-jamming systems onboard protect it from electronic countermeasures as well as enable it to distinguish between the target and decoys like chaff screens.

The missiles can be fired in waves. Each truck carries three missile canisters, a generator and a control centre. The three missiles can be fired just 5 seconds after one another, and each can be independently targeted. For sea-based targets like ships, an airborne surveillance system like an aircraft, a helicopter or an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is required to relay the coordinates of the target to the control centre.

The missile has been developed with active private sector cooperation. While Godrej Aerospace produces the airframe, wings, as well as the pneumatic and hydraulic systems, Larsen and Toubro (L&T) makes the composites and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) makes the inertial navigation system and missile checkout system.

The air-launched version, still under development, will be deployed on the Sukhoi Su-30 fighter-bomber. When launched from an aircraft, the missile does not need a canister, Venugopal said. The aircraft releases the missile, and the solid booster ignites as soon as it is about 100 metres away from the plane.
An accompanying film showed how the Navy fired the missile from the INS Rajput at its intended target, a decommissioned ship, which broke into two on explosion, and then sank within four minutes. The test of the land-based target showed that the missile hit within one to two metres from the target's epicentre, at a range of 55 km. The test was conducted in cyclonic wind conditions, confirming the weapon's robustness, he said.
send this article to a friendBut as if that is not enough, Venugopal said further refinements are in the pipeline. This includes a GPS receiver that will enable the control centre to make minute adjustments during flight, to achieve pinpoint accuracy. A new seeker system, called SCAN, will help achieve this by giving the control centre a visual image of the target, enabling the control team to home it in on a particular part of the target.

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Dim 05 Oct 2008, 10:59

Essai hypersonique en laboratoire, le Brahmos serait susceptible d'atteindre 5,26 Mach!

à vos 12,7 mm!!!

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Dim 05 Oct 2008, 12:43

En labo, ils vont dire que c'est du chiqué. Mr. Green

Mach 5,26... Même un Goalkeeper aura du mal.

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Dim 03 Juil 2011, 02:36

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En labo, ils vont dire que c'est du chiqué. Mr. Green

Mach 5,26... Même un Goalkeeper aura du mal.

c'est la NPO MAchinostroyni qui est à la commande, ils le ferons !
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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Ven 10 Mai 2013, 20:59

Le Brahmos PJ-10 était tiré pour la première fois à partir de sa plateforme submersible; le 20 mars 2013. La version opérationnelle aura une portée de 290km avec une charge de 300kgs.

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Lun 02 Nov 2015, 19:46

Le 1er Novembre 2015, l'Inde a procédé à son 49ème tir du missile BrahMos depuis le destroyer INS Kochi.

BRAHMOS missile test-fired from new naval ship

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NEW DELHI (PTI): Supersonic cruise missile BRAHMOS, with a strike-range of over 290 kms, was Sunday test-fired from the Navy's newest stealth destroyer INS Kochi successfully hitting a decommissioned target ship in the Arabian Sea.

The second of Project 15A 'Kolkata-class' guided missile destroyers test-fired the advanced missile system as part of 'Acceptance Test Firing' during a naval drill being conducted along the country's west coast.

The world's fastest cruise missile, after performing high-level and extremely complex manoeuvres, successfully hit decommissioned target ship 'Alleppey' located at a distance covering nearly the full range of the missile with high precision, defence officials said.

"After two successful test trials from INS Kolkata in June 2014 and February 2015, today s test firing from INS Kochi has validated the newly commissioned ship's systems.

"BRAHMOS as the prime strike weapon will ensure the warship's invincibility by engaging naval surface targets at long ranges, thus making the destroyer another lethal platform of Indian Navy," Sudhir Mishra, CEO and MD of BrahMos Aerospace said.

The Navy commissioned INS Kochi on September 30, this year. The 7,500-ton indigenously developed warship incorporates new design concepts for improved survivability, stealth, sea-keeping and manoeuvrability.

The warship has the advanced capability of carrying a total of 16 BRAHMOS missiles in two 8-cell vertical launch systems, besides other sophisticated weapons and sensors.

BRAHMOS missile having supersonic speed of Mach 2.8, a very low-cruising altitude of 10 metres at terminal phase and pin-point accuracy, will make the warship one of the deadliest in the Indian Navy fleet, the officials said.

The two-stage BRAHMOS missile has been jointly developed by India and Russia. It has been in service with the Indian Navy since 2005.

Today's launch was the 49th test-firing of the missile.

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La zone d'essai se situe sur le côte Ouest de l'Inde, comme indiqué par la notification HYDROPAC 3519/15

Citation :
ARABIAN SEA.
INDIA-WEST COAST.
HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS.
DNC 03.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 310030Z TO 310830Z,
311230Z TO 311730Z OCT AND
010030Z TO 010830Z NOV
IN AREA BOUND BY
17-31N 069-56E, 17-56N 070-18E,
17-34N 071-00E, 15-40N 072-48E,
15-03N 072-17E, 14-47N 071-25E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 010930Z NOV 15. //

Authority: NAVAREA VIII 699/15 261002Z OCT 15.

Date: 261028Z OCT 15
Cancel: 01093000 Nov 15

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La longueur maximum de la zone est de 382 km.

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MessageSujet: Re: BRAHMOS   Lun 27 Mar 2017, 23:57

Salut, et  Cool
aurevoir aux radars  rotatoires pour les fregates/destroyers d´ escorte:

Brahmos prepare sa 1ere. exportation... Shocked  What the fuck ?!?  affraid
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http://www.infodefensa.com/mundo/2017/03/23/noticia-brahmos-prepara-firma-primera-venta-misiles-exterior.html
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