GAMBAR RANCANGAN FPB 60 PT PAL.PROFIL DARI FPB KELAS HAMINA.
The vessel's hull is constructed of aluminium and the superstructures are constructed of re-enforced carbon fiber composite. The vessels have a very low displacement and are very maneuverable. They are equipped with water jets instead of propellers, which allow them to operate in very shallow waters and accelerate, slow down and turn in unconventional ways.
The Hamina class are very potent vessels, boasting surveillance and fire-power capacities, which are usually found in ships twice the size.
The Hamina class has been designed and constructed as stealth ships with minimal magnetic, heat and radar signatures.
The shape of the vessel has been designed to reduce radar signature. Metal parts have been covered with radar absorbent material, and the composite parts have radar absorbent material embedded in the structure. Radar transparent materials (kevlar, balsa) have been used where applicable.
Unlike glass fiber, carbon fiber blocks radio waves. This protects ship's electronics against electromagnetic pulse. In addition, it stops any radio frequency signals generated by ships electronic devices to escape outside. Except for the bridge, the vessel has no windows that would allow the signals to escape.
The vessel contains hardly any steel parts, thus generating very low magnetic field. The remaining magnetic field is actively canceled with electromagnets.
Exhaust gases can be directed underwater to minimize thermal signature, or up in the air to minimize sound in submarines direction. 50 nozzles around the decks and upper structures can be used to spray seawater on the vessel to cool it. In addition, the nozzles can be used to clean the ship after chemical attack or radioactive fall-out.
The Hamina class have the latest in surveillance and weapons technology all integrated into an intelligent command system. A Hamina class vessel can monitor about 200 km of air space and its Umkhonto surface-to-air missile system can simultaneously engage a maximum of eight aircraft, up to 14 km away, while the vessel's anti-ship missiles have a range in excess of 100 km.
The Hamina class' primary weaponry is four RBS-15 Mk.3 anti-ship missiles. The vessels are further equipped with a Bofors 57 mm gun against surface and aerial targets as well as the Umkhonto-IR surface-to-air missiles, MASS decoy system and two 12.7 mm heavy machine guns. It is also possible to use the ships for mine-laying.
The software of the centralized combat control system is COTS oriented, built on top of Linux running on redundant x86 rack servers, which makes maintenance and future updates and optimizations simpler.
finnish navy hamina class stealth missile boat is a fast attack craft,The Hamina class are very potent vessels, boasting surveillance and fire-power capacities, which are usually found in ships twice the size,the ships primary weaponry is four RBS15 Mk3 anti-ship missile.
Displacement: 250 tons
Length: 51 m
Beam: 8.5 m
Draught: 1.7 m
Propulsion: 2 × MTU 16V 538 TB93 diesels; 6600 kW.
2 × Rolls Royce Kamewa 90SII waterjets
Speed: 30+ knots
Ceros-200 FCS (Saab)
Consilium Selesmar maritime radar
TRS-3D/16-ES multimode acquisition 3D radar (EADS)
ANCS 2000 Combat Management System (EADS)
MSSR 2000 I IFF (EADS)
Simrad Subsea Toadfish sonar
Sonac/PTA towed array sonar (Finnyards)
MASS (Multi Ammunition Soft-kill System) (Rheinmetall)
Decoys: Philax chaff, IR flares
Smoke system: Lacroix ATOS
EMS: Matilda radar warning system (Thales)
weapons: 1 × Bofors 57 mm/70 SAK Mk3 gun
2 × 12.7 mm machine guns (NSV)
8 × Umkhonto-IR SAM (Denel)
4 × RBS15 Mk3 SSM (Saab)
1 × rail for depth charges or mines (Sea Mine 2000)
Notes: Ships in class include:
Pori (83)GAMBAR FPB HAMINA.DEMO FPB MAMINA. TEKNOLOGI STANDAR HAMINA BISA DI APLIKASIKAN PADA FPB 60 PT PAL.