Armor [12], The steam turbines, and a license to build them, were originally going to be ordered from Cammell Laird in the United Kingdom, but their £700,000 cost was more than the Soviets wanted to pay. Their elevation limits were −5° to +45° with a fixed loading angle of 8°. 105 meters (344.5 ft))". The guns were originally destined to be indigenous built B-38, but overruns led to the import of American made 16in guns, used on the much older Colorado-class battleships. (The images and videos are not … A number of details remained to be worked out, including the final design of the machinery plant, the 152 mm guns and the 100 mm gun mounts. Another change was the deletion of the centerline rudder when tests showed that the two wing rudders would not be able to counteract its effects if it jammed. The Italian firm of Gio. Sovetskaya Rossiya, the pride of the Northern Parliament—one of the biggest and mightiest battleships at sea. However, all three were officially stricken from the Navy List on 10 September 1941. Lost The other was mounted on top of the conning tower and was protected by 50 mm (2.0 in) of armor. After the war, all were either converted to guided missile cruisers, or a hybrid battleship/aircraft carrier design. As the peak of the Russian battleship line, Kremlin is a very durable battleship with noticeably worse-than-for-tier main battery dispersion at long ranges and better-than-for-tier main battery dispersion at close ranges. Another arched deck of the same thickness covered the stern aft of the rear transverse bulkhead. 3 shafts They were deployed to every theater, and were instrumental in the raids on German Sea refineries. You need to play a total of 50 battles to post in this section. Torpedo Bulge I will press onward to eliminate all obstacles that stand between you and the Revolution. Turbines Sovetskaya Rossiya-class The barbettes were 425 mm (16.7 in) thick above the upper deck. 2 and No. Components for these two ships had to be manufactured at Leningrad and shipped via the White Sea – Baltic Canal to Molotovsk. You may however, have to suffer through some more thorough Rossiya examinations as that enormous 200% exp … Bulkheads These ships would have rivaled the Imperial Japanese Yamato class and America's planned Montana class in size if any had been completed, although with significantly weaker firepower: nine 406-millimeter (16.0 in) guns compared to the nine 460-millimeter (18.1 in) guns of the Japanese ships and a dozen 16-inch (406.4 mm) on the Montanas. 3. Screws [5], The design of KB-4, the surface ship design bureau of the Baltic Shipyard, was selected for further development although the lead designers were convinced that only a larger ship could fulfill the ambitious requirements. Coupled with the relatively low length-to-beam ratio of 7.14:1, this meant that very powerful turbines were necessary to achieve even modest speeds. 16.5in A prototype boiler was supposed to have been built ashore for evaluation, but it was not completed until early 1941, which further complicated the production plan. 18 Brown Boveri Boilers The first Tactical-Technical Requirement (abbreviated in Russian as ТТЗ) for the large battleship design was issued on 21 February 1936 but proved too ambitious, specifying nine 460 mm guns and a speed of 36 knots (67 km/h; 41 mph) on a displacement of 55,000 tons. 402, Molotovsk.Setelah perang berakhir, kapal ini hanya selesai 0,97% dengan 2125 ton metrik (2091 ton panjang) logam yang terpasang. The MK-4 turrets had 100 mm faces and 65 mm sides. Propulsion Each mount was fully enclosed to protect the crew from the muzzle blast of the larger guns and against splinters. She was only lightly damaged by German air attacks and bombardments, and, as some material had been used during the Siege of Leningrad, she was estimated to be 19.5% complete after the end of the war. Soltnse-1P infrared detectors Belt Définitions de List of Russian battleships, synonymes, antonymes, dérivés de List of Russian battleships, dictionnaire analogique de List of Russian battleships (anglais) 402 in Molotovsk. Planned The Sovetsky Soyuz-class battleships (Project 23, Russian: Советский Союз, "Soviet Union"), also known as "Stalin's Republics", were a class of battleships begun by the Soviet Union in the late 1930s but never brought into service. Stalin's decision that the Project 23-class ships would use three shafts instead of four increased the load on each shaft and reduced propulsive efficiency, although it did shorten the length of the armored citadel and thus overall displacement. Ansaldo & C. proposed a ship of 42,000 long tons (43,000 t) standard displacement with nine 16-inch (406 mm) guns, in size and appearance similar to the Italian battleship Littorio then under construction by the company. This "step" was protected by 180-millimeter (7.1 in) plates. Also, the turret shop at Nikolaev proved to be too poorly equipped to assemble the 406 mm mountings and the propeller shafts had to be ordered in 1940 from Germany and the Netherlands as the domestic plants were already overburdened with orders. [29], Sovetskaya Ukraina (Russian: Советская Украина–Soviet Ukraine) was laid down 31 October 1938 at Shipyard Nr. Recovery [18], Light AA defense was handled by ten quadruple, water-cooled, 46-K mounts fitted with 37 mm (1.5 in) 70-K guns with 1800 rounds per gun. 189 (Ordzhonikidze) in Leningrad, although evidence suggests that construction actually began in January 1939 after her slipway was completed, the necessary cranes were in place, and working drawings had been completed. [23], The main gun turrets had faces 495 mm (19.5 in) thick with sides and roofs 230 mm (9.1 in) thick. She was ordered scrapped on 27 March 1947. Instead they bought them from Brown Boveri, using the technical information acquired from Cammell Laird in the process, for £400,000. At the aft end was a multi-bulkhead protection system that extended another 33 meters (108 ft 3 in) to the rear from the Pugliese system. The Project 21 Sovetskiy Soyuz-class battleships were a class of four battleships built by the Soviet Union in the early to mid 1930s as part of a massive modernization program. Iakor fire-control radarsZalp fire-control radarsFut-B fire-control radars 2100 men A total of 4 ships were laid down by 1940: the Sovetsky Soyuz, the Sovetskaya Ukraina, the Sovetskaya Rossiya and the Sovetskaya Belorussiya. The main armor belt dropped down to the main deck from the upper deck abreast the aft turret to reduce weight. To remedy this, the two 100 mm turrets mounted on the quarterdeck were deleted and the height of the armor belt abreast the rear turret was lowered, but this decision was reversed and they were restored by a decision of the State Defense Committee on 14 January 1941. Avrora: Ah, um, thanks, but... why a "welcoming party"...? 887ft Their armor was intended to resist 406 mm shells and 500 kg bombs, specifically shells fired from forward bearings between 35° and 50° from the centerline. Some effort was made to launch the hull, but little work had been done to dredge the river at the foot of the slipway, and she was captured on 18 August 1941, although retreating Soviet troops slightly damaged her hull. Completed The seven super ships: Strana Sovetov, Sovetskaya Byelorossia, Krasnaya Bessarabiya, Krasnaya Sibir, Sovietskaya Konstitutsia, Lenin, and Sovetskiy Soyuz … They had a fixed loading angle of 6° and their rate of fire varied with the time required to re-aim the guns. (3x3) 16in/45 Mark 5 guns Performance Shipbuilding steel proved to be in short supply in 1940, and a number of batches were rejected because they did not meet specifications. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [30], Sovetskaya Belorussiya (Russian: Советская Белоруссия–Soviet Belorussia) was laid down 21 December 1939 at Shipyard Nr. [24], The August 1938 shipbuilding plan envisioned a total of 15 Project 23-class battleships, and this grandiose scheme was only slightly revised downward to 14 ships in the August 1939 plan. These would be refit after the war with the B-38 16in guns. Ansaldo & C. proposed a ship of 42,000 long tons (43,000 t) standard displacement with nine 16-inch (406 mm) guns, in size and appearance similar to the Italian battleship Littoriothen under construction by the company. A 365-millimeter (14.4 in) transverse bulkhead separated the rear turret and the ship's sides. Type Battleship. These had two 8-meter (26 ft 3 in) stereoscopic rangefinders, one to track the target and the other to measure the range to the ship's own shell splashes. Much like her predecessors, players will find her accuracy much more favorable when closing in on the enemy. Splinter armor 25 mm (0.98 in) thick covered the upper portion of the citadel. Sadly, as it was the first time that Russian shipyards and industries had to deal with ships of such scale, multiple difficulties appeared. Shortly afterward, the Soviet Union signed the Anglo-Soviet Quantitative Naval Agreement of 1937 and agreed to follow the terms of the Second London Naval Treaty that limited battleships to a displacement of 35,560 metric tons (35,000 long tons), although they did add a proviso that allowed them to build ships of unlimited size to face the Imperial Japanese Navy if they notified the British. Recent blog posts Explore. She was ordered scrapped on 27 March 1947. Initially only eight mounts were planned when the ships began construction, but two more were added later, probably in January 1941, one on each side of the forward superstructure. However, a new propeller design proved to be more efficient and was predicted to increase speed to 28 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph). https://warships.fandom.com/wiki/Sovetskaya_Rossiya-class?oldid=3322. Enlisted Secondary Beam The ships were intended to be able to remain afloat with any five adjacent compartments flooded or with three torpedo hits and the destruction of the unarmored above-water side. [15], The secondary armament consisted of twelve 57-caliber B-38 152 mm guns mounted in six dual MK-4 turrets. While it seems natural that one should close the distance on … [19], Each main gun turret was given a DM-12 12-meter (39 ft 4 in) rangefinder for use in local control, but they were generally controlled by one of three KDP-8 fire-control directors. [16] The guns fired .732-kilogram (1.61 lb) shells at a muzzle velocity of 880 m/s (2,900 ft/s). While the Sovietsky Soyuz-class is viewed as a massive failure, the Sovetskaya Rossiya-class is the most successful class of Russian battleships to date. Browse; HMS Indomitable; Saint Andrew-class; HMS Saint Andrew; HMS Duke of Kent; HMS Prince Royal; Jellicoe-class; Community. Nov 10, 2020 - This Pin was discovered by Cory Brady. [10], Sovetsky Soyuz (Russian: Советский Союз–Soviet Union) was formally laid down 15 July 1938 in Shipyard Nr. Four KDP-4t-II directors, with two 4-meter (13 ft 1 in) rangefinders each, controlled the secondary armament. 8000nmi @ 15kn 2x- Catapults In Commision (4x2) 6in/38 B-38 guns [26], Machinery problems were likely to delay the ships well past their intended delivery dates of 1943–1944. Design work continued on this basis and technical work was completed for a ship of 47,700 tons in April 1937, but the designers continued to press their case for larger ships. Construction of the other three ships was suspended shortly after Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, and never resumed. 4in At a September 1945 meeting of the Soviet leadership, Stalin overruled a proposal to build aircraft carriers and instead directed the Soviet Navy to complete construction of the battleship Sovetskaya Rossiya. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art. 58000tonnes [16] They could traverse at a rate of 12° per second and elevate at 10° per second. "Russian 406 mm/50 (16") B-37 Pattern 1937", "Russian 152 mm/57 (6") B-38 Pattern 1938", "Russia / USSR 100 mm/56 (3.9") B-34 Pattern 1940", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sovetsky_Soyuz-class_battleship&oldid=997005420, World War II battleships of the Soviet Union, Abandoned military projects of the Soviet Union, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Russian-language text, Articles with Russian-language sources (ru), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 29 December 2020, at 15:57. [30], Sovetskaya Rossiya (Russian: Советская Россия–Soviet Russia) was laid down on 22 July 1940 in Shipyard Nr. 14in The Germans dismantled 200 feet (61 m) of her bow and 100 feet (30 m) of her stern for use in fortifications. Below it, the 50 mm middle deck acted as a splinter deck. [11], The machinery arrangement "provided good dispersal of the machinery spaces, but at the cost of very long runs for the wing shafts (ca. 1 Construction of the first four ships was plagued with difficulties as the Soviet shipbuilding and related industries were not prepared to build such large ships. [17], Heavy anti-aircraft (AA) fire was provided by a dozen 56-caliber 100 mm B-34 dual-purpose guns in six twin MZ-14 turrets with 400 rounds per gun. Sensors Tests dictated to raise the main armor deck one leverl above and a splinter deck was added underneath. A World War II-era battleship design, the Sovetsky Soyuz-class had a displacement of 61 510 tons and carried three three-barreled 40.6cm gun turrets as their main armament. In the meantime, extensive and expensive testing was conducted on the ship's hull form, deck armor and torpedo protection; 27 million rubles were spent on experimental work in 1938 alone. 1 Crane [4] While these projects proved useful to the Soviets, they decided to proceed with their own designs. Definitions of Sovetsky_Soyuz_class_battleship, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Sovetsky_Soyuz_class_battleship, analogical dictionary of Sovetsky_Soyuz_class_battleship (English) Armament Preceded By Range Sovetskaya Rossiya (bahasa Rusia: Советская Россия –Soviet Rusia) adalah sebuah kapal tempur milik Uni Soviet yang dibuat pada masa Perang Dunia II.Lunas kapal ini dipasang pada 22 Juli 1940 di Galangan Kapal no. (25x4) 1.5in 61-K AA It ranged from 2.0 to 2.6 rounds per minute depending on the elevation. Gangut: That's right! The belt armor was carried forward of the magazines at a thickness of 220 mm (8.7 in) and terminated in a steeply sloped (30°) transverse 285 mm (11.2 in) bulkhead that reduced to 250 mm (9.8 in) at the lower deck where it was continued down to the inner bottom by a 75-millimeter (3 in) bulkhead. 1 and aft of the No. Metacentric height was designed at 3.4 meters (11 ft 2 in) and the tactical diameter was estimated at about 1,170 meters (3,840 ft). The guns fired 1,108-kilogram (2,443 lb) projectiles at a muzzle velocity of 830 m/s (2,700 ft/s); this provided a maximum range of 45,600 meters (49,900 yd). We've gotta celebrate the return of our wonderful comrade in style! Rossiya first was released for sale on 24 July 2020 for the Azur Lane: Third Wave event. On 19 October 1940 an order was issued, signed by Stalin and Molotov, that no new battleships would be laid down in order to concentrate on smaller ships' building (and also, probably, because more resources were required for the Army), one ship is to be scrapped, and priority should be given to only one of the three remaining battleships. You need to play a total of 50 battles to post in this section. 155 officers Construction of two more ships planned for Leningrad and Nikolayev had to move to the brand-new Shipyard Nr. The flag bridge in the tower-mast had 75 mm (3.0 in) of protection. SN Sovetskaya Rossiya is on Facebook. [3] The U.S. firm of Gibbs & Cox provided four designs; one for a conventional battleship, and three hybrid designs which combined battleship main armament with a raised flight deck on the central superstructure capable of operating up to 30 aircraft. This led to the very unusual situation where the armor belt thickened toward the bow to compensate for the narrowing of the ship near the forward magazines, which had to be compensated for by thicker armor. Forward of this bulkhead was a 20 mm splinter belt that continued all the way to the bow. Zalp fire-control radarsFut-B fire-control radars. 6.1in After the end of the war she was only 0.97% complete, with 2,125 metric tons (2,091 long tons) of steel assembled. Three SPN-300 stabilized directors, each with a 4-meter rangefinder, controlled the heavy anti-aircraft guns. Their barbettes were 100 mm in thickness, but reduced to 65 mm on their inboard sides. your own Pins on Pinterest The main armor deck was raised one deck in consequence and a splinter deck added underneath it to stop any bomb or shell fragments that might penetrate the armor deck. Cancelled 1944-1993 The main part of the armored citadel was closed off by a 230 mm forward bulkhead and a 180 mm (7.1 in) rear bulkhead, both of homogeneous armor. A few months later Admiral Orlov further reduced the size of the battleship to 45,000 tons and set the size of the main guns at 406 mm. They were designed in response to the battleships being built by Germany. They used a TsAS-0 mechanical computer to generate firing solutions. Barrettes An Ice Person: Her special barrage launches several large chunks of ice that can slow enemy ships hit. [7], A revised design was approved on 28 February 1938 and the first ship was to be laid down on 15 July, but even this design was incomplete and would be revised later. There was one on each side of the forward funnel while the other was atop the rear superstructure. Complement Eight of these were to be laid down before 1942 and the remaining six before 1947. The largest warships built in the Soviet Union prior to 1938 were the 8,000-metric-ton (7,874-long-ton) Kirov-class cruisers, and even they had suffered from a number of production problems, but the Soviet leadership appeared to ignore the difficulties encountered in the construction of the Kirov class when ordering 14 much more ambitious ships. [16] The turrets could elevate at a rate of 13 degrees per second and traverse at 6 degrees per second. 16.7in Reduced models of the underwater protection, compartimentation and bul… 28kn 3 More than 100 models were tested, even one-tenth-scale launches for maniability at sea, while protection was seriously tested, a replica of the future armor decks on which a 500-kilogram (1,100 lb) bomb was dropped. Aviation In all 27 million roubles would be spent in R&D throughout 1937, testing a hull form model in a ship model basin all along 1938. 3 brown boveri turbines Furthermore, the armor plants proved to be incapable of making cemented plates over 230 mm, and inferior face-hardened plates had to substitute for all thicknesses over 200 mm. Design work began in 1935 on new battleships in response to the existing and planned German battleships, and the Soviets made extensive efforts in Italy and the United States to purchase either drawings or the ships themselves in the late 1930s. 12in [6], The timing of the redesign proved to be inauspicious as the Great Purge was spreading through the ranks of the military and related industries. The ships began construction with only four turrets, but two additional turrets were restored to the quarterdeck in January 1941. The depth of the system was 8.2 meters (26 ft 11 in) amidships, but it reduced to 7 meters (23 ft) fore and aft. They did manage to get agreement on 22 November 1936 for a thickening of the deck armor that raised the displacement to about 47,000 tons. The bottom edge of the forward splinter belt met with a 65 mm (2.6 in) arched deck. This would have significantly reduced the level of protection enjoyed by the Sovetsky Soyuz-class ships in combat. Armor plate production was even more problematic as only 1,800 metric tons (1,772 long tons) of the anticipated 10,000 metric tons (9,842 long tons) were delivered in 1939, and more than half of that was rejected. Just doing some casual whaling so that you don't have to. 4x- KOR-2 fighters 19.5in Dimensions The Rossiyas were large ships for her armament, comparable to size of the Iowa-class. Two hangars were built into the after end of the forecastle deck to house two of them and cranes were provided at the forward end of the quarterdeck to hoist them out of the water. The turbine compartments for the wing shafts were located forward of boiler room No. The three produced a total of 201,000 shaft horsepower (149,886 kW). Rif-A surface-search radar The normal fuel oil capacity was 5,280 metric tons (5,197 long tons), giving an estimated endurance of 6,300 nautical miles (11,700 km; 7,200 mi) at 14.5 knots (26.9 km/h; 16.7 mph) and 1,890 nautical miles (3,500 km; 2,170 mi) at full speed. 35ft They were provided with 170 rounds per gun. The engine room for the center shaft's turbine was between boiler room No. Sovetskaya Rossiya (Russian: Советская Россия, Soviet Russia) is a political newspaper in Russia.It kept its name after the dissolution of the Soviet Union and presently presents itself as a left independent newspaper. While the Sovietsky Soyuz-class is viewed as a massive failure, the Sovetskaya Rossiya-class is the most successful class of Russian battleships to date. Two of these were protected by 20 mm (0.79 in) of armor and were mounted atop the rear superstructure and the tower-mast. This forced a revision of the aircraft arrangements as the aircraft catapult had to be removed from the centerline of the quarterdeck; two catapults were added to the sides of the quarterdeck instead. She was designed and built during the Great War as part of the overall strategic plans. Svoboda-class Giuis-2 air-search radar Turrets Face Three turbines were delivered by Brown Boveri in 1939 to Arkhangelsk for Sovetskaya Rossiya, but the Kharkhovskii Turbogenerator Works never completed a single turbine before the German invasion in June 1941. [9], The hull form was very full-bodied, especially at the forward magazines, where the torpedo protection system added width to the beam. 20.1in Superstructure 1 Character Synopsis 2 Character Statistics 3 Other Attributes 4 Others Sovetskaya Rossiyais the leader of the independent nation known as The Northern Union, of which is russia-based and is detached from Azur Lane's influence. USSR 129ft Sovetskaya Rossiya Sign in to follow this . 12in The Pugliese system protected 123 meters (403 ft 7 in) of the ships' midsection. The U.S. fir… Height Aircraft Some thought was given to completing her, but this was opposed as she was regarded as obsolete in light of the experience gained during the war. [25], The Soviet shipbuilding and related industries proved to be incapable of supporting the construction of so many large ships at the same time. Succeeded By Sovetskaya Rossiya: Avrora, we decided to throw a simple welcoming party to celebrate your return to the naval base. Four single-reduction, impulse-reduction geared turbines were ordered from the Swiss firm, three to equip Sovetskaya Rossiya and one to serve as a pattern for the factory in Kharkov that was to build the remainder. [20], Soviet armor plate plants proved incapable of producing plates of cemented armor thicker than 230 mm (9.1 in) which forced the decision to replace cemented plates thicker than 200 mm (7.9 in) with face-hardened ones with less resistance in November 1940. She was designed and built during the Great War as part of … They had a maximum range of about 30,000 meters (98,425 ft) with a 55-kilogram (121 lb) shell at a muzzle velocity of 950 m/s (3,100 ft/s). An old steamship was fitted with a replica of the design's armor decks and tested against 500-kilogram (1,100 lb) bombs, proving that such ordnance would generally penetrate both the 40-millimeter (1.6 in) upper and 50-millimeter (2.0 in) middle decks before exploding on the armored deck. USS Florida (BB-30) USS Utah (BB-31) USS Wyoming (BB-32) USS Arkansas (BB-33) USS New York (BB-34) USS Texas (BB-35) USS Nevada (BB-36) Royal Navy. [Note 1] The TTZ was revised in May 1936 by Admiral Orlov, Commander of the Soviet Navy, reducing speed to 30 knots (56 km/h; 35 mph), and weakening the secondary and anti-aircraft batteries. Ansaldo & C. proposed a ship of 42,000 long tons (43,000 t) standard displacement with nine 16-inch (406 mm) guns, in size and appearance similar to the Italian battleship Littorio then under construction by the company. Initial visibility: currently defaults to autocollapse To set this template's initial visibility, the |state= parameter may be used: |state=collapsed: {{Sovetsky Soyuz class battleship|state=collapsed}} to show the template collapsed, i.e., hidden apart from its title bar |state=expanded: {{Sovetsky Soyuz class battleship|state=expanded}} to show the template expanded, i.e., fully visible All three of the surviving hulls were scrapped in the late 1940s. They were forced to evacuate Nikolayev on 17 March 1944 and demolished the supporting blocks under her port side before they left, which gave her a list between 5 and 10 degrees and made her a total loss. 100 mm of armor protected the faces, sides and backs of the MZ-14 turrets for the 100 mm guns, but their roofs and barbettes were 100 mm thick. When the war began she was 17.98% complete, with 13,001 metric tons (12,796 long tons) assembled on the slipway. 402 in Molotovsk because the existing shipyards could not be expanded to handle so many large ships. The Sovetskaya Belorussiya was even canceled after discovering multiple construction flaws. Speed Ahahaha! They could elevate to a maximum of 85° and depress to −8°. 180-millimeter (7.1 in) thick plates protected the gun ports and 60-millimeter (2.4 in) bulkheads separated each gun. These tests proved that the torpedo belt system of multiple bulkheads was superior to the Pugliese system of a large tube filled with smaller sealed tubes, but it was too late to incorporate these test results into the design as construction was well underway by the time they were completed in late 1939. Warships Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Primary The ship was assigned to the Baltic Fleet and spent the early part of her career deployed in the Mediterranean and in the Far East. It was 380 mm (15 in) over the rear magazine. They fired 15.6-kilogram (34 lb) high explosive shells at a muzzle velocity of 895 m/s (2,940 ft/s); this provided a maximum range of 22,241 meters (24,323 yd) against surface targets, but their maximum range against aerial targets was 9,895 meters (32,464 ft), the limit of their time fuse. The 3.15-meter (10 ft 4 in) diameter cylinder was intended to be immersed in fuel oil or water. Deck The belt was 148.4 meters (486 ft 11 in) long and covered 57% of the total waterline length. The Italian firm of Gio. Operators 2 turret magazines. 15 Battleship [23], The torpedo defense system was designed to withstand torpedoes with warheads equivalent to 750 kg (1,653 lb) of TNT. Over 100 models of the hull were tested in a ship model basin to find the best hull form and two one-tenth-scale launches were built at Sevastopol to test the hull's maneuverability. Rossiya — Soviet promo premium Tier IX battleship. The failure of the Soviet armor plate industry to build cemented armor plates thicker than 230 millimeters (9.1 in) would have negated any advantages from the Sovetsky Soyuz class's thicker armor in combat. From the game Azur Lane. This meant that the wing propeller shafts had to run underneath the boilers. Yet another TTZ was approved by Orlov on 3 August for ships of 41,500 tons with an armament of nine 406-millimeter, twelve 152-millimeter (6.0 in), twelve 100-millimeter (3.9 in), and forty 37-millimeter (1.5 in) guns, a maximum armor thickness of 380 mm (15 in) and a speed of 30 knots. Six triangle-type water-tube boilers—two in each boiler room—powered the turbines at a working pressure of 37 kg/cm2 (3,628 kPa; 526 psi) and a temperature of 380 °C (716 °F). [13], Maximum speed was estimated at 28 knots, using the revised propeller design, although forcing the machinery would yield an extra knot. The issue was resolved by Premier Stalin at a meeting on 4 July when he agreed to increase displacement to about 56,000 tons. The battleship had been laid down in 1940 and was still less than one percent complete by war’s end. Boilers AL Sov. [8], As designed, the Project 23-class ships, as Sovetsky Soyuz and her sisters were designated, were 269.4 meters (883 ft 10 in) long overall. In comparison to its peers, it was much larger considering its armament, but was an overall effective design. This fact probably influenced the decision to cancel her on 19 October 1940. [10] The turrets could elevate at a rate of 6.2 degrees per second and traverse at 4.55 degrees per second. [27], Construction of all three ships was ordered halted on 10 July 1941, and Sovetsky Soyuz was placed into long-term conservation as the most advanced ship. They displaced 59,150 metric tons (58,220 long tons) at standard load and 65,150 metric tons (64,121 long tons) at full load, although weight estimates made in 1940 show that they would have exceeded 60,000 metric tons (59,052 long tons) standard and 67,000 metric tons (65,942 long tons) at full load. This is about SN Sovetskaya Rossiya, Second of Sovetsky Soyuz Battleship Class on her life with her ship girl friends and Commander on her beloved homeland country, Northern Parliament A.K.A Uni Soviet (Russia). Trials with similarly shaped motor launches suggested that the hull's propulsive efficiency would be 1 knot (1.9 km/h; 1.2 mph) less than planned, and this was accepted in the November 1938 revision as a maximum speed of 27.5 knots (50.9 km/h; 31.6 mph). She participated in the suppression of the Boxer Rebellion in 1900 be… Survivability: Great armor and the battleships unique Repair Party consumableallow these ships to take a serious bruising and keep fighting.
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