About Scorpène-class Submarines are a class of diesel-electric attack submarines being built for the indian navy . It jointly developed and designed by the french naval defense .It features diesel propulsion and an additional air-independent propulsion (AIP). The State of Art of Scorpène-class Submarines has superior stealth features and ability to launch crippling attacks with precision . Advanced acoustic silencing techniques , low radiated noise levels and hydro dynamically optimized shape are some features of that make it one best of submarine class .
Indian Navy Scorpene Class Submarine
Scorpène-class Submarines can undertake a wide range of missions such as anti-surface and anti-submarine warfare , intelligence gathering , mine-laying ,area surveillance . The submarine is designed t operate in all theatres with means provide to ensure interoperability with other components of Naval Task Forceand meant for Indian Navy . Indian Navy works to secure indian ocean and disruption from China .
At a time when the Indian Navy is facing challenges of an aging submarine fleet and strong presence of Chinese navy in the Indian Ocean, the Scorpene submarines are a huge boost to the Navy’s combat system. In October 2005, the Scorpene deal was signed for India and the first submarine was due to be delivered by 2012.
Indian Navy already commission two scorpene-class submarine that works diesel-electric as attack submarine . This year third submarine commission by indian navyat presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi .It primary weapon system have the black shark torpedoes .The torpedoes were to be mounted on the six Scorpene submarines produced at
Mazagon Dock Ltd.
India got third scorpene-class submarine name karanj one of the six scorpene-class submarine built by MDL under the Project 75 programme . The first one, INS Kalvari, was commissioned on December 14, 2017 while the second one, Khandari, has already been launched and is undergoing sea trials and is expected to be commissioned later this year.
10 Facts About Scorpene Class Karanj Submarine
1.Scorpene-class submarine Karanj is loaded with superior stealth features such as advanced acoustic silencing techniques, low radiated noise levels, hydro-dynamically optimised shape and the ability to launch a crippling attack on the enemy using precision guided weapons.
2.The attack by INS Karanj can be launched with both torpedoes and tube launched anti-ship missiles, whilst underwater or on surface.
3.The stealth of this potent platform is enhanced by the special attention given to various signatures. These stealth features give it invulnerability, unmatched by most submarines.
4.The Scorpene submarines are a primary modernization requirement of the Indian Navy, which is currently faced with an ageing submarine fleet, and that too when the Chinese navy has a growing presence in the Indian Ocean.
5.The technology being used for construction of the Scorpene class submarines has ensured superior stealth features such as advanced acoustic silencing techniques, low radiated noise levels and hydrodynamically optimized shape. These stealth features give it an invulnerability, unmatched by most submarine.
6.Karanj, third in the Scropene series is designed to operate in all theatres, including the tropics. It is provided with all means and communications to ensure interoperability with other components of a naval task.
7. It can launch a crippling attack on the enemy using precision guided weapons. Such attacks can be launched with both torpedoes and tube launched anti-ship missiles, whilst underwater or on surface.
8. Apart from this, a sophisticated and state-of-the-art Shore Integration Facility has been developed at MDL for integration and simulation of various equipment of the Scorpene submarine combat system for which there was no facility available in the country.
9. A Shore Integration Facility has been developed at MDL for integration and simulation of various equipments of the Scorpene submarine combat system for which there was no facility available in the country.
10.Last year, INS Kalvari, the first Scorpene class submarine was commissioned into the Indian Navy, at a ceremony on 14 December, by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Khanderi, the second Scorpene class submarine was launched in January 2017, and is currently undergoing the rigorous phase of sea trials and is also scheduled to be delivered shortly.