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ACuriousPLAFan

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From the historical archives:

December 7th, 1941, Beijing Time - A massive naval armada of suspected Chinese origin, which is centered around at least five aircraft carriers and escorted by multiple surface combatant units have been spotted around 300 nautical miles northwest of Oahu, Hawaii, conducting a major naval exercise.

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ACuriousPLAFan

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What some people thought when they first saw the 054B FFG returning from sea trials at Shanghai:

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This FFG looks Russian XD
 
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gelgoog

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Several people in Russia have discussed buying surface ships from China before. Right now Russia does not have large 7.5 MW diesels like those in the Type 054B. Even the largest diesels on the drawing board have like 6MW power. The ones currently available being more like 4 MW power. So building something like this is basically impossible for the Russian naval industry. Let alone in these timescales.

But China won't be selling these to Russia near term I think. It would just cause too much hassle with the combined West which China is not interested in right now.

Because of Russia's strength in gas turbines the production of the Project 22350M with four gas turbines is more likely. Basically a ship the size and displacement of the Udaloy class destroyers with a similar propulsion scheme.
 

Sinnavuuty

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Prospects for the development of the PLA surface fleet by 2035 The naval forces should receive a fourth aircraft carrier Type 004 and Type 076

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