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MacTaggart Scott & Co Ltd Submarine Equipment

(Nuclear & Conventional) Presentation to Brazilian Navy 2013


ALL RIGHTS RESERVED The copyright in this document is vested in MacTaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd., and the document is issued in confidence for the purpose only for which it is supplied. It must not be reproduced, in whole, or in part, or used for tendering or manufacturing purposes, except under agreement or with the consent in writing of MacTaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd., and then only on the condition that this notice is included in any such reproduction.

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Company profile
Founded in 1898 Based in Edinburgh, Scotland (& Australia) Privately owned company employing 320 people Annual Revenue of $50 million Specialists in naval engineering

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MacTaggart Scott top-level organisation


Chairman Richard Prenter

Managing Director Bill Marsh

Commercial Director George Merritt

(25)

Finance Director Glyn Booton

(15)

Technology Director Alistair Plowman

(55)

Operations Director Brian Shanks

(205)

Quality Manager John Pitcairn

(20)

Business Development Manager Alan Bevan

(nn) = number of staff


Sales Manager Stewart Imlach

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Company profile
Leading contractor to the naval defence and related marine industries Wide range of systems supplied for submarines and surface warships of many types and class 70% of systems are exported 60% surface ship work 40% submarine work

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Surface ships
Aircraft elevators Arresting Gear Systems Weapons elevators Helicopter handling Towed array handling Replenishment-at-Sea (RAS) Naval deck machinery
Anchor windlass Capstans Davits Cranes
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Submarines
Mast raising equipment Retractable bowplanes Secondary propulsion systems Retractable capstans Anchor windlasses Towed array handling Communication buoy handling Low noise, hard-cased hydraulic motors Low noise pumps * * * * *

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* Supplier to US Navy
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Current business: Submarine/Product


Buoyant Wire Antenna System Hydraulic Power Units Miscellaneous Mast Raising Gear UK Vanguard UK Astute UK Successor USA Ohio, Seawolf 688 USA Virginia Australia Collins Spain S-80 France Barracuda South Korea JangBogo-III ? (Azimuth) (Azimuth) ? ? ? Towed Array Handling System Vent Valves Hydroplane Systems & External Actuators Secondary Propulsion Windlass Capstan

(Drives) ? (Drives) ?

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Special purpose motors/drives

Retractable bitts, chocks, cleats

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Submarine developments

1915
- Hydraulically powered vent valves, scoops, periscopes & mast hoists

1930s
- Torpedo handling, hydroplane actuation

1950s
- Hydraulic Pumps, motors, capstans & windlass

1960s
- Communications buoy handling, retractable bowplane systems
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Submarine developments

1980s
- Hydraulic power units, emergency propulsion systems

2000s
- Non-Hull Penetrating Composite Masts - Corrosion Resistance, Anti-fouling

2010s
- Electric Drives (deep-submergence) for propulsion, capstans & windlass - Lightweight carbon-fibre structures, winch drums, sensor & cable handling - Electric Linear Actuators (deep-submergence), Stealth Signature Reduction
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Submarine equipment
Quiet Modular Masts

Vent Valves & Actuators Towed Array Handling System Hydraulic Power Systems Secondary Propulsion System

Retractable Capstans

Rudder & Hydroplane Actuators Anchor Windlasses

Retractable Hydroplanes
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Mast raising equipment (MRE)


QMM: Quiet Modular Mast
- raising equipment for non hull-penetrating mast - the only hull penetrators are electrical power, signals and hydraulic - major performance and cost improvement compared to conventional masts. Lightweight and Shock Protected Sensors
QMM Installation Conventional mast layout

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QMM - variants

Visual

CESM
(Communications Band Electronic Support Measure)

DE
(Diesel Exhaust)

SI

RESM

NEST
(HDR High Data Rate)

Comms

(Snort (Radar Band Electronic Support Induction) Measures)

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QMM animation

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QMM - design objectives


Low weight High Reliability Availability Self-contained modular assembly Small footprint Accuracy and stability shock protection of cameras & sensors Adaptability to payload Sensor Heads Stealth, low observable, signature reduction Affordable cost Raise & lower at > 12kts
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QMM sub-assemblies
Structural Module Fairing Assembly Payload Carrier Operating Cylinder Reeving System Inlet Manifold Lateral Supports Hydraulic Control Unit Mast Control Unit
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QMM in production & service


MacTaggart Scott has an extensive history in submarine masts (1915) The QMM has been developed using that experience Currently in service in UK and Australian Navy. Recently selected for South Korean Navy and UK nuclear deterrent successor.
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Retractable bowplanes
Supplied
Royal Navy T Class (7 sets) USN 688 Class (30 sets) USN Seawolf (3 sets) USN Virginia Class (15+ sets)

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Bowplane components

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In production
Splined Shaft and Actuator

Splined Carriers

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Towed array handling systems (TAHS)


S2057 Project Definition S2065 Reelable cable system S2076 Reelable cable system Collins Class fully reelable system Drives for USN submarine TAHS
- Thin Line arrays on Ohio and Seawolf Classes - Winch, deployers and guidance

Drives for UK submarine TAHS


- Vanguard and Astute Classes, Reelable systems

Successor studies UK & USA


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TAHS animation

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Confined space option


Options for horizontal or vertical stowage Lightweight Composite Drum Automatic spooling and tensioning control

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Secure test site

Test tank: 2.5m x 2.5m x 150m Test building: 40m by 25m Load test tower: live loads 35 tons Back-to-back test rig: endurance test rigs motors, gearboxes, 4000hp 3MW Hydraulic test laboratory: Cleanliness, Fluids, component endurance cycling Hyperbaric chambers: 1000 psig, Deep Dive pressure operational tests
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Buoyant Wire Antenna

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Secondary propulsion systems (SPS)


Australian Collins Class experience
- In service for over 15 years
- Marine growth & Corrosion resistance - Hardwearing scrapers and seals - Propeller optimisation

Improvements for UK Astute


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Electric drive for PGS DCNS Barracuda Increase thrust UK BAES Successor
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Bronze (NAB) Castings Ceramic coating of guide rods Ceramic coating of locking bolts Locking bolt double-acting hydraulic cylinders - Integrated hydraulic power supply - Encoder to give more accurate feedback

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SPS

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Propulsion detail

Propeller and duct optimisation 850-1500mm diameter stowage Shock-mounting for survivability low signature hydrodynamics Designed for no cavitation
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SPS: confined space option


Azimuth drive system Azimuth and pivot sliprings

Doors / door actuating system

Propeller and propeller drive unit

Deployment (and locking) Cylinders

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Retractable capstan
Geared hydraulic or electric drive

Integral brake
Retracts flush with casing Control valves inside submarine operated externally Significant advantages over through-hull designs

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Anchor windlass
Direct hydraulic or Electric drive

Integral brake, clutch


High speed lowering Control valves and control panel inside submarine

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Low noise hydraulic motors and pumps


Constant torque Constant flow Controlled compression and decompression Compact and low-inertia Balanced design Resistant to shock & vibration Resistant to thermal shock Low internal leakage

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Low noise hydraulic motors and pumps


9 casing sizes Displacements from 2 to 150 litres Torque up to 360,000 lb.ft 490kNm Available with integral brakes Splined or hollow shaft options Torque arm or bracket mounting

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Astute external hydraulic power unit

AC
DC

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Astute steering hydraulic power unit

AC DC

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Astute reserve hydraulic power unit

AC

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In-Country Support
MacTaggart Scott can provide in country support for all equipment presented The support can be provided by a proven local associated Brazilian engineering company which is approved by the Brazilian Navy The scope of support includes installation, spare parts, overhauls, modifications, maintenance and training

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Transfer of Technology
MacTaggart Scott has experience by participation in Transfer of Technology programmes in other countries MacTaggart Scott can Transfer Technology for all the equipment presented MacTaggart Scott can work closely with local Brazilian industry to identify suitable companies in order to fulfil the Transfer of Technology content required

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Thank you

Any Questions?

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED The copyright in this document is vested in MacTaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd., and the document is issued in confidence for the purpose only for which it is supplied. It must not be reproduced, in whole, or in part, or used for tendering or manufacturing purposes, except under agreement or with the consent in writing of MacTaggart, Scott & Co. Ltd., and then only on the condition that this notice is included in any such reproduction.

Contact details
Hunter Avenue Loanhead Midlothian EH20 9SP United Kingdom Tel: +44 (0)131 4400311 Fax: +44 (0)131 4404493 Email: enquiries@mactag.com Web: www.mactag,com CAGE Code: K0107 UK Company Registration Number: SC055532
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