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Browns' 6000 tonne
DDH design. An innovative design featuring a
split VLS, diesel
electric propulsion and a large hangar with two
helicopter spots on the
roof (served by an internal lift) and one on the
design by G.
Mailer, S. Austin and R. Pawling from the 2001 UCL
MSc/ MEng Ship
Design Exercise. A 9000te 35knot pentamaran
designed to meet
requirements roughly similar to those of the RN
Combatant (FSC) project.
Loch class light
frigate, designed by Hall Russel Limited shortly
before that firm
closed in 1988. This diesel electric powered
vessel could be
fitted with a wide range of weapon systems.
43 design is well known. This is the authors'
concept of what
might have followed - a double ended Type 45.
The Rotodyne is a
bit of fun.
late Common New
Generation Frigate (CNGF) design featuring an
arrangement. This dates from the 1990s.
design by L.
K. Ong and S. Day from the 2001 UCL MSc/ MEng Ship
Exercise. A fast pentamaran export corvette.
with most designs
intended for export, this vessel could be equipped
different weapons. This version uses the Barak
PDMS and Harpoon
bit of idle
speculation from the Author. What would happen
if the RN had the
same aesthetic as the Soviet Navy?
design proposed by
David K Brown for an Advanced Technology frigate
with a midships flight
deck and double ended propulsion and combat systems.
of a series of
designs for mother-daughter combinations studied by
BMT DSL and the UCL
class missile hydrofoils - only prototypes were
built, as the design
never entered service.
conversion of the Tiger class cruisers, based on a
shown in a 1978 issue of RINAs "The Naval
& Associates (TGA) original S90 "Siruis" design
- the "Short Fat
of the S90 design to meet the equipement and space
requirements of the
Type 23 frigate.
warship design studied at UCL, during the 1990 MSc
Ship Design Exercise
- a laser and Boxed Ikara armed trimaran frigate.
OPV LE Róisín of the Irish Naval
proposal for an
extended performance version of the Pegasus Class
PHM. This featured
the Hybrid Hydrofoil / HYSWAS concept, where
lifting foils are attached to a torpedo shaped lower
the displacement of the craft with less detrimental
effects compared to
simply using larger foils.
|A design from French
builder CMN for the
Combattante IV-NG. This 56m FAC(M) was offered to
Qatar, but beaten by
the rival VT design. The original drawings
were in "Navy
Sept/Oct 1992. Weapons include a 76mm gun, Exocet
SSM, Sadral SAM and
offered by CMN at the same time was this 72m
semi-planing monohull. The
SAM was changed to the Crotale-NG and a helicopter
could be carried
(but without a hangar).
more radical design
from CMN was this proposal for a Surface Effect Ship
armed with a 76mm gun, Exocet SSM and Sadral SAM.
Here, the helicopter
was provided with a telescopic hangar. Similar in
concept to a
hovercraft (but with rigid side walls) this SES
would probably have
been capable of 40+ knots.