First of Three Frigates Built for Indian Navy Successfully Passes Last Trials

first_img Share this article View post tag: last View post tag: first View post tag: Frigates Industry news First of three frigates built for Indian Navy has successfully passed the last trials before delivery, reported RIA Novosti on Dec 7 referring to Sergei Mikhailov, press secretary of JSC Yantar Shipyard (Kaliningrad, Russia).“Project 11356 frigate INS Teg has almost completed closing stage of trials. What comes next is acceptance process of the first of three frigates built for Indian Navy”, Mikhailov said.According to him, the ship has to be handed over to India in Apr 2012.The $1.6-bln contract for construction of the second 3-ship batch for Indian Navy was signed on July 14, 2007 in Delhi. Under contract tied in 1997, frigates INS Tabar, INS Trishul, and INS Talwar were built and handed over to Indian Navy.Technically, frigates currently built at Yantar will have minor differences with their predecessors operated by Indian Navy. The changes are related to arms and shipborne equipment. In particular, they will be armed with supersonic cruise missiles BrahMos with flight range up to 300 km.According to RIA Novosti referred to a source in Baltic Fleet, frigate INS Teg and Russian Black Sea Fleet (BSF) submarine Alrosa held a joint exercise this week. The sub launched a torpedo, and the frigate’s crew detected it and sidestepped.Alrosa is a Project 877 diesel electric submarine. Displacement is 2,325/3,076 tons; length is 76.2 meters; beam is 9.9 meters; draft is 6.2 meters; speed (surface/submerged) is 10/17 knots; operating range is 400 miles under water and 6,000 miles with snorkel; test depth is 300 meters; operating depth is 240 meters; crew is 53 including 14 officers. Subs of this project are armed with six 533-mm torpedo tubes (combat load 12 torpedoes) and Igla self-defense antiaircraft missile system.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, December 09, 2011; Image: pacificsentinel View post tag: trials View post tag: Indian View post tag: successfully View post tag: builtcenter_img December 9, 2011 Back to overview,Home naval-today First of Three Frigates Built for Indian Navy Successfully Passes Last Trials View post tag: News by topic View post tag: passes View post tag: Naval First of Three Frigates Built for Indian Navy Successfully Passes Last Trials View post tag: three View post tag: Navylast_img read more

Blake Treinen injury update: Athletics closer going on IL with rotator cuff strain

first_img Athletics pitcher Frankie Montas suspended 80 games The Athletics’ bullpen is taking another hit.Closer Blake Treinen will be placed on the 10-day injured list with a rotator cuff strain. The 30-year-old right-hander said Saturday after an MRI that his shoulder had been bothering him for several weeks.  Montas, who was in the middle of a career year with a 9-2 record and a 2.70 ERA, was suspended 80 games for testing positive for Ostarine — a performance-enhancing substance — on Friday.Liam Hendriks will move into Treinen’s closing spot, the Chronicle reported. Hendriks will close in Treinen’s absence it sounds like.— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) June 22, 2019Hendriks is already off to a good start. He saved Oakland’s 4-2 win over Tampa Bay on Saturday.The A’s moved to 41-37 after the win and now join the Rangers as they both trail the Astros by 7 1/2 games in the AL West. However, he was clear he didn’t want to blame his recent struggles on the injury. He noted “all pitchers pitch through stuff,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle.Treinen says he had an MRI today. It’s been bothering him several weeks. Wouldn’t blame recent results on it, says all pitchers pitch through stuff.— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) June 22, 2019Treinen calls it a rotator cuff strain which is potentially more of a concern than a shoulder muscle strain.— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) June 22, 2019This comes after the loss of Frankie Montas. Related Newslast_img read more