Naval launchers, guns and others

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    LOL still like the jumbo 77 most
     
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    And now for the pièce de résistance :
    UVLS Packing 7.png
    Some reference diameters:

    HHQ-10 - 12cm
    RAM Block I - 12.7cm
    RAM Block II - 15.9cm
    LY-60 - 20.3cm
    Tor/9M331 - 23.5cm
    9M96E - 24cm
    ESSM - 25.4cm
    SM-2MR - 34cm
    S-300 (up to 5V55U) - 45cm
    S-300 (later versions) - 50cm
    Tomahawk - 52cm
    SM-3 Block II - 53.3cm
    Klub - 53.3cm
     
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    my pick would be the dozen (kinda hexagon, with 16 cm missiles)
     
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    You do good stuff and it is difficult but the 1st graphic is not good HQ-12 do 5.6 m HQ-9 do 6.8 m...
    so the 2nd graphic of 2009... i have some doubts

    I understand your idea HQ-9 can have for base missile 5V55U used by S-300PMU1

    For HQ-9 diameter i see 70 cm on several blog/sites
    http://www.military-today.com/missiles/hq9.htm
    https://www.armyrecognition.com/chi...nical_data_sheet_specifications_pictures.html
    same in 3 others minimum

    And with pics for see with missile alone almost impossible only possible with others for a comparison.

    For me the VLS is big coz HQ-9 is big and also CJ-10 variant i have see up to 75 cm can also be eventualy interesting for later but now ofc secondary.
     
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    Another useful option lacking would be hot launched tri-packed cell, where the exaust would be in position where fourth missile in a quadpack would otherwise be. by that logic, even a sm-2 class missiles might be tri-packed.

    Of course, with cold launch it may not even be necessary. All that is needed is a few decimeters high or up to a half high meter gas cylinder mechanism underneath. (s300v uses a half a meter long system in its base, and that's a really heavy missile system)

    One drawback is that the pressure during cold launch may actually require more strengthening of the cell tube, compared to extreme temperate of the hot launch. Which then may lead to requirement of thicker side walls. But who's to know...
     
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    For your ASBM? :D

    IMO this is almost certainly the wingspan of the missile, not the diameter of the missile body.

    You mean like this:
    UVLS Packing 8.png
     
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    From Zhuhai 2018:

    JRSD-30 Naval SAM
    It is apparently based on the TL-30 ("Sky Dragon 30") SAM also shown at the Zhuhai Airshow.
    - Range: 30 km
    - Slant-launched (not VLS)
    - Supposedly incorporates technologies on the PL-10 missile
    JRSD30-1.jpg
    JRSD30-2.jpg
     
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    Likely intended for non VLS ships. But its an important step closer to a VLS version.

    They look like based on PL-12 technology.
     
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