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Dragon's Fang (New Yuan class submarine)

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    Dragon's Fang (New Yuan class submarine)

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    Picture by 新月弯刀911 from CJDBY (CD):china:
     
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    any specifications
     
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    武汉造船厂?

    没见过。。。
     
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    A noisy diesel submarine.
     
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    Are those SAM's on the top of the two white buildings in the first and second photo ....
    if yes can any1 tell which is it ???

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    It has a very large water command the bridge.
     
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    Indeed it's in Wuhan Shipbuilding yard.
    lol, you should know better since you live in Wuhan:china:
     
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    Diesel, yes;
    Noisy, I doubt it, since it's most likely to be equipped with an AIP system
     
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    yes, yuan class is equipped with AIP

    have no idea it is yuan A or yuan B
     
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    Its Yuan 039-B.
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    039-A/B incorporated with an advanced air-independent propulsion (AIP) system.The first boat of a much improved Yuan class was just launched at Wuhan Shipyard on September 9, 2010. This class has been speculated to feature a new sonar system (flank sonar arrays?), a new surveillance and targeting system (periscope, radar etc.), and a new weapon system (possibly long-range AshM launched from torpedo tubes).
     
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    I hope it not to fall too far behind japan's newest submarines in terms of technology and tonnage.

    And there is no really AIP submarine except nuclear powered ones.

    Chemical reactions can not create enough energy no matter what kind of reactant/oxidizer submarines load.

    Stirling engines or fuel cells won't change the second law of thermodynamics.

    Conventional powered submarines are quite only when not moving fast and maybe not be able to move as fast as nuclear powered ones.This is a big disadvantage when subs need enough speed to evade torpedos, quickly getting a TMA solution or are on an emergency deployment.

    By the way, why do the surroundings look so (how to say?) shabby?:dance3:
     
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    Can i get any specifications?