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The Danish Frigate Program

Briefer: Cdr. S.g. Per Hesselberg


Project Manager Danish Frigate Program

Frigate Program

Key figures

Frigate Program

Cost of one frigate approx 313 million $


Design based on the best principles from
the Navy tradition and civilian
containership experience
Diesel propulsion, speed 29+ Knots
Endurance 9.300 NM at 18 knots
Crew size 116
Pre investment in future upgrades
Reuse of modulated and containerized
weapon systems
Same AAW suite as the Germans and
Dutch Frigates

Key figures

Frigate Program

Platform build at Odense Steel Ship yard


from June 2008 to January 2012.
Military installation, test and certification
by DALO from January 2011 to December
2014.
Maximum project manning 100
engineers, officers and skilled workers in
2012 and 2013 all in all.

Total available Budget for the


Program

WEAPONS/ELEKTRONIC
46 %
13%

OTHER
3%
PLATFORM

AIR DEFENSE

48%

35%

656 mio. Euro/940 mio. $


4.928 bil DKK
Frigate Program

Reused equipment
157 mio. Euro/209 mio. $
1.179 bil DKK

Procurement & design

Reuse

Frigate Program

of containerized weapons
Of design elements from the ABSALON-CLASS

Gained experience from ABSALON CLASS


Design to Cost
The safe option

Development of
The new Danish Navy

Frigate Program

From technical specifications to functional demands.


Use of Flex concept in all ships design since the millennium.
Use of DNV, NAVAL standards.
Reuse design elements between different ship classes.
Use of civilian standards whenever possible especially with
IT.
Redundant passive fiber network for multi purposes.
Same Combat Management System in all lager units.
Standard Racks for all weapon, sensor, communication and
IT systems in all lager units.
Same Integrated Platform Management System in Frigates
and Flexible Support Ships.

Corporation with the


industry

Frigate Program

Private/public Partnership in
designing and specifying
phases.
Corporation during ship build
Design to cost
Better solutions
Flexible Contracts
Cost saving/sharing

Sensor systems
HELO approach
AIR WARNING RADAR/IFF
THALES SMART-L

Frigate Program

MULTI FUNCTION RADAR


THALES APAR
ESM
EDO

FLIR
SEA STAR

NAV-RADAR
FURUNO

HMS
ATLAS

Weapon systems
MULTI-MISSILE LAUNCHER
Lockheed Martin Mk41

SAM (SR)
Raytheon
ESSM

CIWS
Oerlikon Contraves
35 mm

SSM (LR)
McDonald-Douglas
Gun
Harpoon
Oto Melare
76 mm
Gun
Oto Melare
76 mm

ASW
TORPEDO
Eurotorp
MU90
Frigate Program

DECOYS, GPMG

Capacity

Frigate Program

SMART-L, range
APAR, range, fire control numbers
MK41, 32 cells.
MK56, 24 ESSM.
Harpoon, 16 missiles Block 2
Oto Melara 3.
Millenium 35 mm.
MU90, numbers.

Comparison Main Data


Sachsen-KL GE

Length

LCF, NL

IVER-cl.

143,0 m

144,3 m

138,7 m

Beam

17,4 m

18,8 m

19,8 m

Draft

5,0 m

5,2 m

5,79 m

5600 t

6048 t

6649 t

29+ kn

28,5 kn

28+ kn

Crew

225/255

168/227

116/165+

Endurance

4000 nm
@ 18 kn

5000 nm
@ 18 kn

9300 nm
@ 18 kn

Organic air

2 medium
helo

1 medium
helo

1 medium
helo and 1
UAV

Displacement
Speed

Frigate Program

Dual air defense system


CEROS
Director

76 MM GUN

CEROS
Director

76 MM GUN

CIWS

SMART-L
CEROS
FWD

C
W
I

CEROS
AFT

SSIU

SSIU

APAR

C
W
I

SSIU
AAW
Interface
Unit

C-Flex LAN

AAW
Gateway

SSIU
C-Flex
Console
C-Flex
Console
C-Flex
Console

SSIU

MK56
Launcher

Operator
Operator
Operator

Frigate Program

SSIU

MICMK41

MK56
Launcher

MK41
Launcher

Network philosophy
The Passive 4 node fiber network

Maximum flexibility and security


You design whatever network you need

144 pairs
72 pairs

3 classified networks, ie.


FIIN
NSWAN
CENTRIX
1 fiber & 4 CU networks
Telephone
Media
Internet
Spare

Combat Intelligence Center


Apparatus room
Frigate Program

4 pairs

Cabin

CMS System
C-FLEX

C-Flex software architecture


The system is divided into layers
Weapon Management System

Common MMI Style:

MMI

MMI

MMI

MMI

Application layer:

Application 1

Application 2

Application 3

Application 4

Application n

Interface:

API

API

API

API

API

Common functionality

Common layer:
Frigate Program

MMI

Database
Operating System

Integrated Platform Management system

PCPC
PLC
PLC
PLC

Switch
I/I/
OO

Damage
zone

Switch
I/I/
OO

Display
Display
Display
c

Switch
Switch
I/I/
OO

Switch
I/I/
OO

Switch
I/I/
OO

Frigate Program

Switch
I/I/
OO

Switch
I/I/
OO

Switch
I/I/
OO
sensor
s
CCTV

CIC-layout

Frigate Program

Infrastructure Frigates

Standard racks
Power
Survelliance
Cooling FW
Patch panels

Add on armour

Frigate Program

Propulsion
4 x MTU 8000: 4 x 8200 kW
Total kW 32800
2 RENK gear, transmission 1 : 6,085
MAN B&W, Propeller shaft
C.P.P. propeller diameter 4,3 meter

Frigate Program

Project plan

Danish Frigate Program main plan


2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

construction & build 1st Frigate


RDN final use

RDN use

Military Installation reduced


configuration & Test 1st Frigate

Military restinstallation
& Test

construction & build 2nd Frigate


RDN use

Military Installation & Test 2nd Frigate

construction & build 3rd Frigate


Military Installation & Test 3rd Frigate

Frigate Program

RDN use

Strengths

Frigate Program

Endurance
Flexibility
Automation, 6.000 sensor points in
IPMS
Infrastructure
Growth margin
Time between overhaul and docking
Automated maintains schedule from
SAP/R3 ashore
Corporation with Germany and
Holland concerning AAWS

Weaknesses

Frigate Program

Crew size
Only one Helicopter
No full Area Defense yet
Only 32 Cells in MK41, but
additional launchers for ESSM
No active self protection/decoy
Only Sea Gnat
Limited NGS capacity

Expansion possibilities

Frigate Program

Expansion possibilities
MULTI-MISSILE LAUNCHER
Lockheed Martin Mk41

Prepared for:
UUV
UAV
VDS/ATAS

CIWS
Millenium

AIR WARNING RADAR/IFF


THALES SMART-L
Frigate Program

ESSM
Raytheon Mk56

SSM 2x8
Harpoon
Gun 3

Oto Melare
Gun 3

Oto Melare

ASW
TORPEDO
MU90

CIWS

Gun 5

MULTI FUNCTION RADAR


THALES APAR
DECOYS, GPMG

External interest

Frigate Program

Briefing of the European Union, Defense working


comity, modularity, January 2013
Briefing at ASNE and NAVSEA in Washington ,
February 2013.
Briefing Canadian Navy July 2013 and February
2014.
Visit at German Ministry of Defense October 2013.
Visit from German Defense Procurement (BWB) in
February 2014.
Briefing of USN in Washington 1st and 2nd May
2014.
Briefing of Foreign Comparative test team, OSD in
Denmark 5th May 2014.
Visit of RADM D. Lewis, USN 12th and 13th MAY
2014 in Denmark.