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klonoa1121 发表于 2016-8-5 00:20 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 klonoa1121 于 2016-8-5 00:24 编辑
zhh894217 发表于 2016-8-4 23:56
终于,甲板贯通,祝贺一下

祝贺一下,居然晚上就装滑越船头,接下来就等舰岛了

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龙纹天平 发表于 2016-8-5 13:26 | 显示全部楼层
klonoa1121 发表于 2016-8-5 00:20
祝贺一下,居然晚上就装滑越船头,接下来就等舰岛了

不知道甲板上那两个窟窿填上没有?
zhyuli 发表于 2016-8-6 15:12 | 显示全部楼层
2016年8月5日下午16:00  全甲板合拢  
野蛮人 发表于 2016-8-6 16:10 | 显示全部楼层
贵在神速!
 楼主| zhh894217 发表于 2016-8-6 23:12 | 显示全部楼层
胡问鸣陪同张又侠视察大船集团
2016-08-06 中船重工

8月6日,中央军委委员、装备发展部部长张又侠在中船重工董事长胡问鸣的陪同下,到中国重工旗下核心单位大船集团视察。军委装备发展部副部长王力、海军副司令员刘毅、中船重工副总经理杨金成随行视察。

张又侠一行实地察看了有关项目研制和建造情况,看望慰问了在酷暑中坚持奋战的一线科研生产人员,听取有关情况汇报,与相关项目负责人和技术人员交流座谈。

张又侠充分肯定了中船重工和大船集团对承担项目的精心组织和稳步推进,高度赞扬了广大员工顽强拼搏、努力创新、真抓实干的精神。他说,在新的历史条件和形势任务下,装备工作事关维护国家主权和领土完整,责任重大、使命光荣。要坚决贯彻落实习近平主席对海军装备建设作出的一系列重要指示精神,再接再厉,再鼓干劲,再攀高峰,为实现强军梦、中国梦作出更大贡献。

张又侠强调,质量是装备建设的生命线。要牢固树立质量至上理念,切实抓好质量法规落实,严格工程质量管理,加强质量责任追究,推进质量管理创新,全力确保装备质量安全。

胡问鸣表示,全体中船重工人绝不辜负中央的重托和全国人民的期盼,一定坚定不移落实中央的决策部署,牢牢把使命顶在头上、把责任扛在肩上,弘扬军工精神,强化使命担当,坚持质量强装,把各项工作抓紧抓实抓好,为国防装备现代化建设再立新功。

中船重工董事会秘书刘郑国、军委装备发展部和海军有关负责人随行视察。
http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s?__biz= ... BO9bZPVoh9vi55wU#rd
lemoncap 发表于 2016-8-7 14:03 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 lemoncap 于 2016-8-7 14:05 编辑

POSTED BY: BRENDAN MCGARRY JULY 25, 2016
The U.S. Navy still plans to receive its most expensive warship in November, but has acknowledged that date “may need to be revised” if additional testing issues surface, a spokeswoman said Monday.

A couple of weeks ago, the service said the new $13 billion Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier (CVN 78) would be delayed by two months to November due to “first of class” problems, without elaborating. The ship is already two years behind schedule and more than $2 billion over budget.

A Bloomberg News article last week by Tony Capaccio cited a June 28 memo from the Pentagon’s top weapons tester, J. Michael Gilmore, to its chief weapons buyer, Frank Kendall, that concluded the ship isn’t ready for combat operations because of problems with systems to launch and recover aircraft, defend against aircraft and missiles, and move bombs and munitions.

As a result, the delivery date may slip into 2017, CNN’s Zachary Cohen reported on Monday.

In an email to Military.com, Capt. Thurraya S. Kent, a spokeswoman for the Navy, didn’t confirm a new timeline but acknowledged the estimated delivery date may change. “The current estimated delivery date is in November 2016,” she said. “If additional issues arise during the remaining shipboard testing, that date may need to be revised.”

Kent noted the Ford — a 1,100-foot-long ship being built by Huntington Ingalls Industries Inc. — is 98 percent complete, the first new aircraft carrier design in four decades and built to operate into the 2060s. The vessel is the first in a $41 billion program to deliver three Ford-class carriers intended to replace the Nimitz-class carriers.

The new Ford-class will feature a similar hull to the Nimitz-class but come with a host of new technologies.

The decision “made many years ago” to incorporate nearly two dozen “developmental systems” — including the electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS), advanced arrested gear (AAG), dual band radar (DBR), advanced weapons elevator (AWE) and a reactor plans propulsion system — has “compounded the inherent challenges of a first in class design,” Kent said.

“Steady progress is being made to retire technical issues,” she added. “EMALS testing was successfully completed in May 2016 and testing of DBR and AAG are projected to complete in time to support upcoming sea trials and first aircraft operations scheduled for early next year.”

The Ford is expected to begin deployments in 2021.

Sen. John McCain, a Republican from Arizona and chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, has repeatedly criticized the  acquisition program for its cost overruns and schedule delays.

The postponed delivery to November “further demonstrates that key systems still have not demonstrated expected performance,” he said in a recent statement. “The advanced arresting gear [AAG] cannot recover airplanes. Advanced weapons elevators cannot lift munitions. The dual-band radar cannot integrate two radar bands. Even if everything goes according to the Navy’s plan, CVN-78 will be delivered with multiple systems unproven.”

Kent defended the effort, saying the new carriers will offer “unparalleled advances in operational availability, flexibility to accommodate high power/energy warfighting advances, higher aircraft launch and recovery rate, reduced manning, and improved survivability to match projected threats — all at a $4 billion reduction per ship in total ownership cost as compared to the Nimitz-class.”
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八月了,离开服役还是3个月,甚至更长:)
谢谢版主们通融
lemoncap 发表于 2016-8-8 07:40 | 显示全部楼层
'FAULT' IN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM BEHIND LATEST DELAY TO FORD DELIVERY

The failure of a shipboard electrical system is the primary reason behind the latest delay pushing the acceptance trials and delivery of the Navy's first-in-class megacarrier, the Gerald R. Ford, back to November, according to the head of Naval Sea Systems Command.

The Navy is investigating the cause behind a component failure discovered during recent testing of the Ford's (CVN-78) electrical systems, Vice Adm. Thomas Moore, the chief of NAVSEA, told reporters following a July 13 Navy League breakfast in Arlington, VA. He said the service wants to ensure it understands the reason behind the failure before continuing to test the 13.8-kV system.

"We had a fault in one of the systems," Moore said. "The system did what it was supposed to do, it shut the component down. But when you work with really high power like that . . . you want to make sure you've got it right.

"In this particular case, we had a component that failed," he added. "We want to understand, why did it fail? And then we've got other components like that on the ship. We've got to make sure that it was isolated to that one before we get back into testing."

Moore, who had served as program executive officer for aircraft carriers from 2011 until he was elevated to NAVSEA commander this past June, said the electrical issue is the "principal cause" of the latest delay to CVN-78's delivery date. On July 12, the Navy announced the estimated delivery date for the Ford had been pushed from September to November.

"During the ongoing testing of developmental systems onboard the CVN-78, first-of-class issues are continuing to be resolved," Navy spokeswoman Capt. Thurraya Kent wrote in a July 12 statement. Kent stressed that if additional issues arise during the remaining shipboard testing the ship may not be delivered in November.

The Ford is about 98 percent complete, the shipbuilder has turned over 97 percent of compartments and the service has achieved 89 percent of overall shipboard testing, Kent said. Inside the Navy reported in May that dead-load testing for the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System was complete for CVN-78.

Further, another of the new technologies aboard the Ford, the Dual Band Radar, has successfully energized at high power. This includes all six -- three multifunction radar arrays and three volume search radar arrays, Kent wrote.

"Targets of opportunity have been tracked across adjacent MFR array faces," she added.

Additionally, testing for the propulsion plant steam and electric systems using reactor power is ongoing, she wrote.

One new technology on the Ford that remains a challenge is the Advanced Arresting Gear, the system that catches aircraft on the carrier's flight deck. In a report released July 8, the Defense Department inspector general found the Navy mismanaged development of the arresting gear. The report says the AAG program is $571.5 million over budget, with developmental testing originally scheduled to be completed in 2009 expected to continue through 2018.

The latest delay to the Ford's delivery date, however, will not hamper further development of the AAG, according to Moore. He said the Navy anticipates achieving an aircraft recovery bulletin for the AAG by November, which will allow the service to begin aircraft operations on CVN-78 in January 2017. An aircraft recovery bulletin provides standard operating procedures and technical guidance for landing planes using the system and is required to conduct AAG flight operations.

"The [delivery] delay hasn't impacted the AAG timeline," Moore said. "They still expect to get her recovery bulletin in November, and I think we'll still land planes on her right after the first of the year, which is probably where we would have been regardless. They're really kind of two independent events."

Meanwhile, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-AZ) blasted the latest delay to the Ford's delivery, writing in a July 12 statement that the setback demonstrates how key systems are not performing as expected.

"The advanced arresting gear (AAG) cannot recover airplanes. Advanced weapons elevators cannot lift munitions. The dual-band radar cannot integrate two radar bands. Even if everything goes according to the Navy's plan, CVN-78 will be delivered with multiple systems unproven," he wrote, adding: "This situation is unacceptable and was entirely preventable. The Ford-class program is a case study in why our acquisition system must be reformed -- unrealistic business cases, poor cost estimates, new systems rushed to production, concurrent design and construction, and problems testing systems to demonstrate promised capability.

"After more than $2.3 billion in cost overruns have increased its cost to nearly $13 billion, the taxpayers deserve to know when CVN-78 will actually be delivered, how much developmental risk remains in the program, if cost overruns will continue, and who is being held accountable," McCain continued. -- Justin Doubleday and Lee Hudson

Their first mistake was naming it the Gerald Ford.......................  going to be accident prone ship.....................  :Rofl

Hoss
fly2014 发表于 2016-8-8 08:43 | 显示全部楼层
一不小心,又把阿三航母甩几条街了。
fly2014 发表于 2016-8-8 08:45 | 显示全部楼层
hwshenhw96 发表于 2016-7-29 16:34
【我国首艘国产航空母舰建造跟踪39】#001A#近日完成第8个左舷分段吊装。

这两坑是干嘛用的?
fly2014 发表于 2016-8-8 17:51 | 显示全部楼层

首次亮相的舰岛,仍紧张施工中。
klonoa1121 发表于 2016-8-10 22:15 | 显示全部楼层
http://www.dingsheng.com/forum.p ... &extra=page%3D1
POP3:
1、001A的上翘滑跃甲板是14度角;
2、001A无弹射装置;
3、交付时间是2019年;
4、飞行甲板局部有变化,主要是针对001舰原有的、无法改动的飞机调度上的不合理及安全隐患进行重新设计;
klonoa112 发表于 2016-8-18 13:50 | 显示全部楼层
简氏8月11日卫星图

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 楼主| zhh894217 发表于 2016-8-25 21:49 | 显示全部楼层
记者:最近国内外媒体大篇幅报道了中国第一艘国产航母的建造情况,网上还流传着这艘航母“高颜值”的照片,显示船体装配已经接近完成,建造工作接近尾声。请问以上情况是否属实?这艘航母离列装还有多长时间?有没有时间表?

吴谦:我可以授权告诉你的是,首艘国产航母的建造进展顺利,正在按计划推进。关于你提到的“高颜值”,我认为只说对了一半,我们这艘国产航母“既有外在颜值,更有内在气质”。
http://www.mod.gov.cn/shouye/2016-08/25/content_4719412.htm
fly2014 发表于 2016-8-28 10:27 | 显示全部楼层
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nwwind 发表于 2016-9-18 15:15 | 显示全部楼层
我有个问题。
国产航母的舰岛到底多大?我看网上的说法从明显比辽宁舰小到跟辽宁舰差不多都有。有没有大拿测算过?
 楼主| zhh894217 发表于 2016-9-18 15:27 | 显示全部楼层
nwwind 发表于 2016-9-18 15:15
我有个问题。
国产航母的舰岛到底多大?我看网上的说法从明显比辽宁舰小到跟辽宁舰差不多都有。有没有大拿 ...

这个改进型航母,整体大小上和辽宁舰应该差不多。
从训练基地的线图和现在的照片看,舰岛主体下部的前部相比辽宁舰,向后缩短了一些,在舰岛前的那个停机位宽松了许多
klonoa112 发表于 2016-9-24 20:07 | 显示全部楼层
http://lt.cjdby.net/forum.php?mo ... &extra=page%3D1
国产航母舰岛正式吊装

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红太郎 发表于 2016-9-25 09:58 | 显示全部楼层
终于要有一个完整的姿态了
 楼主| zhh894217 发表于 2016-9-26 17:25 | 显示全部楼层


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fly2014 发表于 2016-9-26 19:05 | 显示全部楼层
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