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Aki

安芸 / あき

     
Název:
Name:
Aki
Originální název:
Original Name:
安芸 / あき
Kategorie:
Category:
bitevní loď (semidreadnought)
Třída:
Class:
Sacuma
Kódové označení:
Pennant Number:
-
Loděnice:
Builder:
Námořní zbrojovka Kure, Kure
Založení kýlu:
Laid Down:
15.03.1906
Spuštění na vodu:
Launched:
15.04.1907
Uvedení do služby:
Commissioned:
11.03.1911
Vyřazení ze služby:
Decommissioned:
20.09.1923
Velitel:
Commander:
DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR ?, ? (Kajgun Tajšó / Kaigun Taisho)
Jednotka:
Unit:
DD.MM.RRRR-DD.MM.RRRR ?
Posádka:
Crew:
931
Technické údaje:
Technical Data:
 
Standardní výtlak:
Standard Displacement:
20423 t
Plný výtlak:
Full Load Displacement:
22150 t
Délka:
Length:
150,00 m
Šířka:
Beam:
25,48 m
Ponor:
Draught:
8,38 m
Pancéřování:
Armour:
boky: 100-230 mm
barbety: 180-240 mm
věže: 180- 200 mm
velitelská věž: 150 mm
paluba: 50 mm
Pohon:
Propulsion:
 
Typ:
Type:
2x parní turbína Curtiss
15x kotel Mijabara
Výkon:
Power:
17896.8 kW při ? ot/min
Šrouby:
Propellers:
2
Zásoba paliva:
Fuel Load:
3000 1) t
Výkony:
Performance:
 
Rychlost:
Speed:
37.4 km/h
Dosah:
Range:
? km při rychlosti ? km/h
Výzbroj a vybavení:
Armament and Equipment:
 
Výzbroj:
Armament:
4x 305 mm/45 EOC (2xII)
12x 254 mm/45 Vickers Type 41 (6xII)
8x 152 mm/45 (8xI)
3x 76 mm/40 Type 41 QF (3xI)
4x 76 mm/28 Type 41 QF (4xI)
5x torpédomet 457 mm (5xI)
Vybavení:
Equipment:
-
Nesená letadla:
Aircraft Carried:
-
Poznámka:
Note:
1) uhlí (+172 t ropy)

07.09.1924 - potopena u Nodžimasaki jako cvičný cíl
Zdroje:
Sources:
https://homepage2.nifty.com/nishidah/e/stc0117.htm
www.cityofart.net/bship/ijn_aki.html
en.wikipedia.org
https://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk/
HYNEK, Vladimír, KLUČINA, Petr, ŠKŇOUŘIL, Evžen: Válečné lodě[3]. 1.vydání. Praha: Naše vojsko s.p. 1988. 340s. ISBN 28-029-88.05/165
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Aki/安 芸


Aki was ordered based on the results of the ongoing Russo-Japanese War. It was the second battleship designed and built in Japan after Sacuma. Construction was extended by 10 months because priority was given to completing the cruiser Cukuba. This made it possible to fix project bugs discovered during the construction of Sacuma.
It was the first Japanese turbine-powered battleship. This allowed it to sail at 38 km/h during tests in December 1910. The turbine engine was imported from John Brown of Scotland. He requested a third chimney and an enlargement of some dimensions.
In World War I, from August 1914, it was designed to protect shipping lanes in southern Japan in the South China and Yellow Seas. She did not take part in any battle. On November 16, 1914, she ran aground on a sandy bay in Tokyo Bay.
Under the Washington Maritime Agreement, it was decommissioned on September 20, 1923 and was used as a naval target. At an exercise south of the Boso Peninsula, it was sunk on September 7, 1924 by ships Nagato and Mucu. The Crown Prince and top generals were also present. Some large cannons were rescued and used in coastal artillery batteries around Tokyo Bay.


Source:
en.wikipedia.org
https://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk/

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