People's Liberation Army Navy: Combat System Technology, 1949-2010

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Naval Institute Press, 2011/07/01 - 256 ページ
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Rare among books on weapon systems technologies, this work traces China s development from a coastal defense force of obsolete ships with crude weapons to its current complex missile catamarans and Aegis-like destroyers with vertical launch weapons and long-range cruise missiles. As the only book devoted solely to all combat systems on Chinese warships, it is a convenient one-stop reference filled with tables that break down specifications and parameters into specific areas, such as sensors and weapons for specific hulls. The book is divided into sections on frigates, destroyers, submarines, patrol craft, and aircraft. Antisubmarine, anti-air, anti-surface, and mine warfare are covered separately. For war gamers, there are tables with frequencies, load outs, and ranges. The authors prompt readers to discern areas of weakness and strength in the Chinese combat systems.
 

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目次

The Soviet Technology Legacy
Chinese Naval Shipyards
Chinas Naval Technology Foundation
Technology Problems with Nuclear Submarines and Missiles
Chinas Technology Purchases from the West during the 1980s
Conclusions
AnshanClass Destroyers
Type 051 LudaClass Destroyers
Recent H istory of Ch inese Naval Ai rpower
Chinas Elusive Aircraft Carrier
Aircraft Carrier Shipyard Factors
Conclusions
Chinas Air Defense Regions and Radar Systems
Surveillance Radar
Surfacetoair Missiles SAMs
Naval AAW Guns

The Ludas Gun and Missile Systems
The Ludas Radar and Electronic Support
The Ludas Antisubmarine Warfare Capability
Navigation Aids on the Luda
Type 052A DDG 167 Luhai
The PLANs Contemporary Technology Challenges
Conclusions
Russian SovremennyyClass Destroyers
Type 052B DDG 168 and 169 Luyang I
Type 052C DDG 170 and 171 Luyang II
Type 051C DDG 115 and 116 Luzhou
ModernDDGRelated Issues
Conclusions
Type 01 ChengduClass Frigates
Type 065 JiangnanClass Frigates
Type 053K FFG 531 and 532 JiangdongClass Frigates
Type 053H JianghuClass Frigates
Type 053H2 JiangweiClass Frigates
Type 054 FFG 525 and 526 JiangkaiClass Frigates
Type 054A Jiangkai IIClass Frigates
Chinese Frigate Exports
Conclusions
Early Soviet Submarines
Type 035 MingClass Submarines
Type 039 SongClass Submarines
Type 041 yuanClass Submarines
Type 091 Han and Type 092 Xia
Type 093 Shang and Type 094 Jin
Type 877 and Type 636 KiloClass Submarines
Chinas Submarine Support
Chinese Submarine Bases in the North Sea Fleet Area
Chinese Submarine Bases in the East Sea Fleet Area
Chinese Submarine Bases in the South Sea Fleet Area
Conclusions
Examples of Coastal Defense
Air Defense AD Zones
Patrol Craft PC
Type 022 Catamaran Houbei
Maritime Border Defense Force
Civilian Coastal Defense Units
Amphibious Forces
Amphibious Ships
Conclusions
Early History of the PLANAF
The Avionics Industry
Attempts to Reverse Engineer Foreign Systems
Other Foreign Imports
HQ9 Vertical Launch System
Conclusions
Chinese Surface Ship Sonar Technology
Chinese Indigenous Sonars
Hull Configurations Indicate Sonar Types
Post1974 Imported Sonars
Surface Ship ASW Weapons
Submarine Sonars
Chinese Airborne ASW
Conclusions
Hainan Island and SCS Bases
The Importance of the Paracel Islands
Chinas Spratly Island Claims
The PLANs MineWarfare Operations
Newer Mine Technology
Degaussing Ships
Conclusions
Common Integration Problems
Integration Problems Can Arise at Sea
Integration Links and Standards
Chinese Equipment Anomalies
Naval Navigation and Satellites
Communication Networking
ChineseMade Diesel Generators and Engines
Electrical and Mechanical Problems
Educational Reforms
Personnel Technical Training and AtSea Training
Conclusions
Interoperability of Sensing and Shooting
Integration of Fire Control Systems
Mobility Command and Forward Basing
Strategic and Operational Independence and Adaptability
Beijings Willingness to Accept Risk
Assessing Chinas Future Intent
Chinas Future Maritime Path
Chapter 1 Systems Integration and Chinas Naval Technology Growth 194989
Chapter 2 Earlier Chinese Destroyers
Chapter 3 NewGeneration Destroyers
Chapter 4 Chinese Frigates
Chapter 5 PLAN Submarines
Chapter 6 Coastal Defense and PLAN Amphibious Capability
Chapter 7 The PLAN Air Force PLANAF and Chinas Future Aircraft Carrier
Chapter 8 AntiairWarfare AAW Radar and Weapon Systems
Chapter 10 The South China Sea SCS and the Mine Threat
Chapter 11 Combat System Integration Electrical and Training Issues
Chapter 12 The PLAN Fleet in the Twentyfirst Century
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著者について (2011)

James C. Bussert: James C. Bussert, a retired USN Master Chief Sonarman, is an ASW fire control safety deputy. He lives in Dalghren, VA.
Bruce A. Elleman: Bruce A. Elleman, a research professor at the Naval War College, is the author of Modern Chinese Warfare among other books.

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