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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeJeu 9 Juil 2009 - 23:06

oui cher alloudi mais je remarque qu'on ne pense qu'au prix et l'entretien et service aprés vente pour moi 100 ou plus "M1 ou leclerc" upgrade de nos M60 et basta. de grace oublions sidi khalid son cousin bruce lee ou bien papa vodka
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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeJeu 9 Juil 2009 - 23:21

Laughing koun hani! j'irai personnellement convaincre sa majesté de laisser tomber sidi-khalid !!! (tu ne parles pas aux membres de l'état-major LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_sal )
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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeJeu 9 Juil 2009 - 23:34

Merci Barbaros, Un Leo 2A a 1 million d'euro, c'est le prix que j'avais lu (Cf DSI et un article sur armées.com). Donc, se constituer un parc de blindés "serieux" et credibles meme si d'occasion n'est pas trop difficile, loin de la.. Cependant, ce qui coute, c'est l'entretien et le carburant et ca c'est une autre histoire.
Alloudi, tu connais beaucoup d'armées qui commandent de pieces de blindés "pendant" le conflit Wink ??? Sachant qu'en cas de conflit deux pays de notre taille, le temps que les pieces arrivent on sera deja en train de faire la vaisselle.
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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeVen 10 Juil 2009 - 22:11

barbaros pacha a écrit:
Peut être qu'il faut diminuer le nombre de chars (notamment en retirant les M-48, ou les transformer en défense immobiles sur le mur du Sahara)..

Je pense aussi qu'il faut privilégier les missiles anti-char...

je pense que c'est déjà le cas pour les M-48, mnt ils ne sert plus qu'au renforcement des positions des FAR au sud près du mur, on ne peut pas immobiliser définitivement un char au risque d'accélérer la rouille...

nous avons déjà une excellente dotation de missiles antichar Milan, Kornet... quantité et qualité, dans l'arsenal des FAR, said avait posté un scan sur lequel on trouve un nombre impressionnant de kornet et metis, mais le lien a disparu. said si tu arrives à retrouver le lien merci de le poster

said a écrit:
nous disposont de kornet et metis en masse cheers


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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeSam 11 Juil 2009 - 18:23

en dispose aussi de missile AT ( TOW et Dragon ) Smile
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AT 15 KHRYZANTEMA a écrit:
Dans le RAID HORS SERIE tome5,ils disent la chose suivante:
les américains se sont procuré quelques exemplaires de briques KONTACT-5 et les ont testés.
Les résultats furent une mauvaise surprise car les fléches M829A1,en tungstène virent leur efficacité réduite de 30%!!!!
Et les russes considérent toujours que le T-80 est meilleur que le T-90,les généraux russes considéraient le T-90 comme un char de second rang,aux performances très moyennes.
Le T-80 bénéficiait d'une réputation de char de haute technologie,aux capacités opérationnelles supérieures.
çà va pas plaire à du monde se dernier chapitre sur le T-90, lol!
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les généraux russes considéraient le T-90 comme un char de second rang,aux performances très moyennes.

Là c'est sur y'as des gens qui vont s'enerver Laughing Laughing
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vous parlez de ca Cool

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prototype d'un char américain

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MessageSujet: Re: LES "MBT"   LES "MBT" - Page 7 Icon_minitimeMer 22 Juil 2009 - 0:38

Je crois qu'ils essaient de copier le S Tank. Regardez les similitudes dans cette video. Je vous laisse le link.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NT-8X2JOcAc&eurl
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C'est quoi ce truk de fou What a Face.

On dirait un char en polystyrène quand il roule Laughing. En tout cas il la silhouette est incroyablement basse Shocked

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le vrai successeur du T-80 n est pas a chercher du coté de la russie et son T-90, mais plutot du coté des ukrainien!!!!!

les T-84 et les variante T-84_OPLOT...etc sont les vrai successeur du T-80 (plus moderne que le T-90 !!)

T-84 OPLOT ...(version amelioré du T-84 drunken ) :

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Description du T-84 :

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T-84 MBT


The T-84
main battle tank is the result of continued main battle tank
development by the Kharkiv Morozov Machine Building Design Bureau,
which is Ukraine's leading design authority for armoured fighting
vehicles. The overall layout of the T-84
is conventional with the driver’s compartment at the front, fighting
compartment in the centre and power pack at the rear. The driver is
seated in the centre and has a single-piece hatch cover that lifts and
swings to the right. In front of this are three forward-facing
periscopes, the centre one of which can be replaced by a night driving
device. There is an escape hatch in the hull floor behind the driver.
The commander is seated on the right and the gunner on the left both
provided with single-piece roof hatches. The T-84 is based on a T-80UD, but has a number of advanced features which distinguish it from the T-80UD. These include the following:

  • new all-welded turret;
  • explosive reactive armour of new generation to give more
    protection against both chemical energy and kinetic energy attack over
    the frontal arc;
  • thermal imaging sight;
  • 1,200 hp engine rather than a 1,000 hp engine the T-80UD is powered by;
  • digitisation of the electronics packages associated with the fire-control system;
  • optronic countermeasures system;
  • auxiliary power unit;
  • muzzle reference system;
  • navigation system;
  • enlarged side skirts to give additional protection of the hull
    sides and running gear components against attacks by infantry armed
    with short range anti-tank missiles.

The latest version of the T-84
offered for the export market also features an automated gear shifting
rather than a mechanical gear selector, new driver's steering controls
(the driver now steers the vehicle with a steering T-bar rather than
tillers, thus reducing the load on the driver), an air conditioning
system, projectile muzzle velocity sensor, and other improvements.
The T-84
uses locally produced components and subsystems, although systems of
foreign origin can be incorporated at the customer's request. The T-84
MBT is a very efficient fighting machine intended to fulfil the mission
of providing mobile protected firepower in all types of terrain. The T-84
is very well protected, has good battlefield mobility as well as good
strategic mobility, and is able to undertake a wide range of
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The T-84 MBT is now in service with Ukraine (in 2000 the Ukrainian Defence Ministry ordered 10 new T-84
series main battle tanks) and Pakistan (the final delivery T-80UD tanks
supplied to Pakistan in 1999 incorporated many features of the T-84 including a new all-welded turret and other improvements to give them enhanced T-84 configuration).


Armament


The T-84
MBT armament includes a 125mm gun, 7.62mm coaxial machine gun and
12.7mm anti-aircraft machine gun. The tank crew is also equipped with
sub-machine guns, hand grenades and a signal pistol. The main armament comprises a stabilised 125mm KBA3
smoothbore gun fed by a carousel-type automatic loader and fitted with
a thermal sleeve and fume extractor (bore evacuator). The gun is
stabilised in both elevation and traverse. The main gun has a
quick-replacement barrel which can be changed under field conditions
without the need to remove the gun from the tank. Turret traversing mechanism Turret traverse is electric while
gun elevation is hydraulic. The turret can be slewed through 180° in
less than 5 seconds, as the rate of traverse of the turret on the hull
is up to 40 °/s. Manual gun and turret controls are provided for
emergency use. The T-84
has a total of 40 rounds of separate loading ammunition (projectile and
charge), of which 28 rounds are placed in the automatic loader. Seven
rounds are carried in the hull to the right of the driver. Mounted in
the turret bustle is an armoured compartment with stowage for an
additional five rounds. Types of ammunition that can be fired by the
gun include APFSDS (armour-piercing fin-stabilised discarding sabot),
HEAT (high explosive anti-tank), HE-FRAG (high explosive fragmentation)
rounds as well as laser beam-riding guided missiles. The specific feature of the tank is that it is fitted with a
guided missile system to enable the main gun to fire a laser guided
missile and engage targets out to 5000 m. The missiles are stowed in
the automatic loader in the same way as conventional ammunition.
The missile can be fired while both the tank and target are
moving. The missile has a tandem warhead to defeat targets fitted with
explosive reactive armour as well as modern spaced armour, optimised
against HEAT attack. Although the primary role of the missile is to engage battle
tanks and other armoured vehicles operating at ranges beyond the
effective range of the tank gun firing conventional ammunition, it has
the potential for a considerable number of other uses. For example, the
missile-armed helicopter poses a very dangerous threat to the tank and
is very difficult to hit because of its small size, high speed and
manoeuvrability. The guided missile system gives the tank a useful
capability against hovering helicopters firing stand-off missiles,
which is a decisive factor in its favour, as, obviously, the tank must
be able to take some effective action against anti-tank helicopters
itself and not rely on other weapons always being available to protect
it. With the advance of technology guided missiles will most probably
be able to engage even fast-moving and agile targets. Nowadays the
guided missiles can also be fired against other battlefield targets
such as pillboxes as well as against various soft targets such as
buildings and bunkers. The anti-aircraft machine gun is mounted on the commander's
cupola and is intended for use in the ground/air and ground/ground
roles being aimed and fired while remaining in the vehicle under full
armour protection from the commander's station. The machine gun can be
elevated from -5° to +70° and traversed through +/-75° to the right and
left of the vehicle longitudinal axis, or through +360° together with
the tank turret. The machine gun is fitted with a vertical
stabilisation system providing stabilisation in the vertical angle
range of -3° to +20°. The T-84
is fitted with an advanced fire-control system, and either the gunner
or commander can lay and fire the main armament at stationary and
moving targets while the tank is stationary or moving with a high first
round hit probability. The fire control system comprises a gunner's 1G46M day sight,
Buran-Catherine-E thermal imaging sight, commander's PNK-5 observation
and sighting system, PZU-7 anti-aircraft sight, 1ETs29M anti-aircraft
machine gun mount control system, LIO-V ballistic computer with input
information sensors, 2E42M armament stabiliser and other devices. The gunner's 1G46M day sight has a two-axis stabilised line
of sight and incorporates a laser range-finder and a missile guidance
capability. It is also fitted with an automatic gyro drift compensation
device. The sight field-of-view has magnification values in the range
x2.7 to x12. The integral laser range-finder has a range of 9,990 m and is
accurate to ±10 m. The measured distance is shown to digits together
with the fire preparation and selected type of ammunition in the lower
part of the gunner’s sight field-of-view. The sight field-of-view is provided with gunnery ranging marks
including stadiametric ranging scales for kinetic energy ammunition,
chemical energy ammunition, high-explosive fragmentation ammunition as
well as for coaxial machine gun. These stadiametric marks are a useful
secondary method of range-finding when operating in an emergency. In
order to protect the sight optics from bursts of light from the tank’s
own gun flash, the optical channels of the sight are fitted with light
sensors which automatically shut them down at shot exit. The sight
controls enable the gunner to lay quickly and accurately onto targets
and track them smoothly.


Fire Control System


The Buran-Catherine-E thermal imaging sight includes a gunner's
optronic sight as well as commander's monitor and control panel. The
thermal sight is usually operated by the gunner, but the commander can
override the gunner and aim and fire the main or coaxial armament using
his duplicate controls and thermal imaging monitor. The thermal sight
enables the gunner and the commander to detect and engage targets under
almost all weather conditions at long range and with high accuracy,
which can be used to advantage when visibility is poor and during the
hours of darkness. The thermal sight also makes it possible to
disregard presence of a number of common obscurants such as battlefield
smoke. The commander's PNK-5 observation and sighting system
comprises a commander's TKN-5 combined day/night sight and a gun
position sensor. The commander's TKN-5 combined sight has a vertically
stabilised line of sight and three channels: a day unity vision
channel, a day channel with a magnification of x7.6 and a night channel
with a magnification of x5.8. Besides, the sight incorporates a laser
range-finder, which gives the commander an independent laser
range-finding capability, as well as having a lateral lead input
device. A simple switch enables the commander to change from the
daylight channel to the night (image intensification) channel and back
again. The commander's anti-aircraft sight enables the commander to
engage air targets by using the anti-aircraft machine gun from within
the safety of the turret. The outlet windows
of the above sighting systems are provided with protective glasses
which are capable of being kept clean with the help of a hydraulic and
pneumatic cleaning system. In order to calculate ballistic corrections, the LIO-V
ballistic computer automatically takes into account all the inputs from
the sensors including tank speed, angular target speed, gun trunnion
axis cant, crosswind speed, target range, and course angle.
Additionally, the following parameters are manually input: ambient air
temperature, charge temperature, barrel wear ambient air pressure and
so on. The computer also computes the time when the high-explosive
fragmentation projectile with controlled detonation should be detonated
over the target. The fire control system has a so-called dynamic fire gating
capability, i.e., after the gun firing button has been pushed, the gun
will only fire when the misalignment between the line of sight and the
gun bore axis is within acceptable limits. The fire gate size depends
on the target range and some other factors. Muzzle reference system mirror installed on the barrel muzzle
end The barrel of the gun can be distorted by uneven heating, arising
from irregular dissipation of the heat from firing, rain on the upper
surface, solar irradiation or a side wind. These effects are greatly
reduced by covering the barrel with a thermal sleeve. To automatically
correct for the residual thermal gun distortion when computing
ballistic corrections, the tank is fitted with a muzzle reference
system, which feeds information about the gun barrel distortion value
into the ballistic computer. Projectile muzzle velocity sensor mounted on T-84
MBT turret roof As an option, the tank fire-control system can also
include a projectile muzzle velocity sensor, which measures the
velocity in question and feeds information to the tank's fire control
ballistic computer after each firing of the gun to allow to
automatically correct for gun bore wear, charge temperature and other
factors. To enable a broad sector of terrain to be observed, the crew
stations are fitted with unity magnification periscope vision blocks.
The commander's station is provided with a number of unity vision
blocks to give an instantaneous 'all round' vision facility when closed
down.

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Protection


The T-84
is fitted with an integrated vehicle protection system, which includes
passive armour, explosive reactive armour array as well as a number of
other tank protection devices that are optimised against modern
anti-tank weapons and make the tank considerably less vulnerable to the
full range of anti-tank weapons. The armor protection of the T-84,
which includes advanced multi-layer armour and built-in third
generation explosive reactive armour package for the turret and
chassis, provides to the T-84
a high level of battlefield survivability. The main armor is a
laminated ‘sandwich’ of armoured plate and ceramics which gives the
tank superior ballistic protection against most forms of attack greatly
reducing penetration and behind armour effect. The hull and turret of
the T-84
over the forward arc are fitted with the latest generation Nozh
explosive reactive armor package which gives protection against both
chemical energy and kinetic energy attack (APFSDS and HEAT-type
projectiles). In addition to being fitted to the hull and turret,
explosive reactive armor panels are also fitted either side of the hull
front to provide lateral protection to each side of the driver’s
compartment. The explosive reactive armor is so efficient against the
chemical energy attack that sometimes the tank can be hit by an enemy
HEAT projectile without the crew being aware of the damage until much
later. The explosive reactive armor system is of a modular design so
that it can be easily replaced or upgraded allowing new explosive
reactive armor developments to be incorporated in the future when this
becomes available. The main armour and the explosive reactive armor
together ensure superior protection against sophisticated modern
anti-armour weapons. As top attack weapons pose now a series and deadly threat to
battle tanks, the turret roof between the commander’s and gunner’s
hatches is provided with additional protection against top attack
weapons. The tank hull sides are covered with large rubber skirts to
give additional protection against man-portable anti-tank weapons of
enemy infantry. The tank overall survivability of the T-84
is further enhanced by an optronic countermeasures system which is
designated Varta (which means Guards). The Varta system consists of
three key subsystems: the laser threat warner (to give warning of
impending attack by laser-guided weapons), the infra-red jammers and
the smoke/aerosol screen laying system. The laser threat warner includes a control panel, a control
unit and four laser threat warning sensors (two precision sensors
installed on the forward part of the turret roof and two coarse sensors
mounted on the top of the turret in its rear part) activated by laser
range-finders, laser designators or precision-guided munitions fitted
with a laser guidance device. The warner enables the tank react to
threats in a timely manner. The infra-red jammers introduce a spurious signal into the
guidance circuitry of the incoming missile through continuously
generated coded pulsed infra-red jamming signals. This makes it
possible to decoy away incoming anti-tank guided weapons. The smoke screen laying system can operate either as a part of
the above-mentioned Varta optronic countermeasures system or as a self
contained unit. The smoke screen laying system includes 12 smoke
grenade launchers and a control panel with grenade firing buttons. The
grenade launchers are electrically operated and are grouped into two
banks mounted on either side of the turret, each bank being provided
with a cowl. The grenades can be launched either automatically (in case
of receiving a signal from the laser warning system about a potential
threat) or manually (from the commander's or gunner's station). Taking into account the ability of thermal imagers to operate
through conventional smoke screens and some other obstacles to vision,
aerosol grenades can be used instead of smoke ones to lay an aerosol
screen that the thermal imagers cannot see through. The T-84 can lay its own smoke screen by injecting diesel fuel in the engine exhaust (i.e. by using so-called smoke emitter).
As an attack by laser weapons becomes a growing danger on the modern battlefield, the T-84 vision devices are designed so that the operator’s eye is protected from direct attack by laser damage weapons.
The overpressure-type NBC protection system protects the crew
and inner equipment of the tank against the nuclear weapon effects,
radioactive dust, toxic agents and bacteriological materials. The
radiation shielding is designed in the form of a liner fixed on both
internal and external surfaces of the tank to give protection against
radiation from nuclear explosions. Spall liners are also fitted greatly
reducing behind armour effect. To the right and to the left of the driver’s seat are pillars
which strengthen the hull in the event of the vehicle running over a
mine. In the overall vehicle design, the designers have laid great
emphasis on the urgent need to reduce the signatures (thermal, radar,
acoustic etc) of the tank. In particular, the T-84
MBT power pack compartment features thermal signature reduction
technology, as its top deck is fitted with special heat insulation
devices, this resulting in a low thermal signature of the tank. To defeat detection by battlefield radar, anti-radar coating
is provided and the tank turret is fitted with a collar of rubber
skirts which hang from the turret front and reduce the radar signature
of the T-84.
Fire suppression system control panel Very considerable
precautions are taken to protect the crew from the effects of internal
fires: the rapid action fire detection and suppression system enables
internal fires to be detected and suppressed in both crew compartment
and power pack compartment.

Mobility


The T-84
is powered by a model 6TD-2 diesel engine developing 1,200 hp. The
engine has been designed to give good performance in all weather
conditions, in particular at high temperatures. Although a diesel
engine, the 6TD-2 diesel will also run on other fuels including petrol,
kerosene, jet engine fuel or their mixture in any proportion. The engine is fitted with a preheater for use in cold weather.
The engine can also efficiently operate in desert conditions at ambient
temperatures of up to 55° above zero, as it has a number of
enhancements for operation in high ambient temperatures. The power pack
gives a power-to-weight ratio of 26 hp/t, which ensures a high
acceleration capability and ease of manoeuvre of the tank as it moves
from one fire position to another. The capacity of the internal fuel tanks is 700 litres with an
additional 440 litres being stowed in the fuel tanks above the tracks.
This gives the T-84 a fuel distance of 400 km. To extend the operational range of the T-84,
additional drum-type fuel tanks can be mounted at the hull rear. These
can be quickly jettisoned if necessary. Each of these fuel drums holds
200 litres of fuel and is connected to the main fuel supply. The air
inlet of the engine allows air to be ducted from the least dusty
quarter and enables water obstacles to be crossed to a water depth of
1.8 m without preparation. There are two parts to the air filtration system, the
centrifugal pre-cleaners and the air cleaner casing. This enables the
tank to be operated in hot and dusty conditions for up to 1,000 km
without a change of filters and to carry out combat under radioactive
conditions. The suspension is especially designed so that it will permit
the vehicle to use its mobility to the full when moving cross country
enabling higher cross-country speeds with improved crew comfort to be
achieved. The suspension is of the torsion bar type with each side
having six dual rubber-tyred road wheels with the idler at the front,
drive sprocket at the rear and track support rollers. The rubber-tyred
road wheels are in two halves and bolted together. Hydraulic shock
absorbers are provided at the first, second and sixth road wheel
stations for an improved cross-country ride. Two track variants are available: metal track and track with
replaceable rubber pads. The upper part of the suspension is covered by
a rubber skirt, the forward part of which is armoured and fitted with
explosive reactive armor. A rubber mat hangs at the front of the
vehicle and this helps to keep down dust. The T-84
is fitted with an automatic system intended to facilitate the starting
of the engine and to monitor the parameters of the power pack. This
system offers significant improvements in performance of the power
train. To enable the driver to observe a broad sector while driving the
closed-down vehicle, the driver’s station is fitted with unity vision
blocks with a wide azimuth field of view. To satisfy the night driving
requirements, the driver's station can be fitted with a night vision
device (with image intensifier tube).

Other Features


The T-84
MBT standard equipment also includes an auxiliary power unit, provision
for deep fording, satellite navigation support system, self-entrenching
device (dozer blade), electric bilge pumps as well as internal and
external communications equipment. A crew compartment heater and power
pack preheating are also provided for operation at low temperatures. The T-84
is fitted with an EA-8 under-armour diesel auxiliary power unit (APU)
developing 8 kW. This allows the vehicle to run key subsystems without
the main engine running (for instance, when the tank is operating from
a static fire position or when the vehicle is on silent watch). The APU
is mounted at the rear of the hull on the right side. The deep fording equipment enables the tank to cross water
obstacles to a water depth of 5 m (1.8 m deep water obstacles can be
crossed without preparation). When fording, the T-84
retains its full nuclear, biological and chemical protection. After the
vehicle leaves the water obstacle, the deep fording equipment pipes can
be immediately jettisoned with the help of a quick-release mechanism;
in so doing, the crew members do not have to leave the vehicle. The navigation support system is based on the GLONASS and
NAVSTAR systems. The system gives the tank commander his own vehicle
position and bearing, as well as friendly force location. This makes it
easier to control the friendly force manoeuvres, which is especially
important when operating in a closed-down vehicle, at night and in
misty or smoky conditions. The system also gives various other
information such as steering direction to the driver to ensure the
vehicle's movement towards the pre-selected destination point. The navigation support system enables the tank commander to
transmit information (including encoded information) through a digital
communication channel by using the standard radio set. This feature
represents a key element in command and control system which will be
enhanced at a future date or adapted according to a specific customer's
requirements. The self-entrenching device is mounted under the front of the
hull and enables the tank to dig up a tank caponier within 15-40
minutes (this depends on the structure of the soil). The communications equipment consists of an R-173M VHF radio set, an R-163-50K HF radio set, and a crew intercom system.

To carry out mine-clearing operations, the T-84
can be fitted with various types of plough and roller-type
mine-clearing systems at the front of the hull including KMT-6
plough-type system and KMT-7 roller-type system, both systems being
designed for quick installation on the vehicle at unit level. The
vehicle hull front is fitted with attachment points for the systems. In the standard version, the T-84
has no air-conditioning system, but as an option, the Ukrainian-made
KTT air conditioning system can be fitted. With an outside temperature
of 55 °C, the air conditioning system maintains interior temperature at
+15-20 °C. The cooled interior compartment improves electronics
reliability and improves crew performance. The T-84
MBT design is flexible and could be customised to meet other users'
specific operational needs. The options being offered for the export
market include an air conditioning system (see above), German-designed
sophisticated navigation system, Belgian-made coaxial and anti-aircraft
machine guns, French-designed radio equipment an so on. The tank design
is modular and its components can be modified over time to cater for
changes in the threat posed by the new generations of sophisticated
anti-tank weapons as well as being further improved as advanced
technologies become available, or slightly modified to suit varying
tactical requirements and combinations of firepower, protection, and
mobility. A number of technical improvements are currently in
development, including sophisticated battle management system with
digital map display (which can greatly increase awareness of the
tactical situation enabling tank units to react more quickly and reduce
crew work-load as well as the risk of fratricidal fire), automatic
target tracking in the fire-control system (which enhances its ability
to engage moving targets or on the move, eliminating the gunner’s
tracking error), battlefield ‘identification friend or foe’ system,
electronic engine management, inter-vehicle digital communication etc. Nowadays, when the prominent role of main battle tanks on the
battlefield is being called into question as the tanks are mostly used
in tank-versus-tank engagements, the T-84
is designed as a fighting vehicle with multi-purpose capabilities that
is able not only to destroy tanks but also to carry out a wide variety
of secondary tasks as well as capable of engaging a wide variety of
targets, including lightly armoured or unarmoured vehicles, men in the
open and protected pinpoint targets such as emplacements or fortified
positions.
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au moins ça pas un sidi khalid en fait vous avez remarqué que les pakistanais ont acheté son frere le T80 Suspect , n ont ils pas confiance en sidi khalid Suspect
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Lemay, les pakistanais ont pris des mbt 2000 , 600 je crois.
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Je crois qu'il parlé des 320 T80UD acquis en ukraine ya une 10aine d'années.

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au moins ça pas un sidi khalid en fait vous avez remarqué que les pakistanais ont acheté son frere le T80 Suspect , n ont ils pas confiance en sidi khalid Suspect

Ont diré..

Meme moi jme suis deja posé cette question scratch

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lemay a écrit:
au moins ça pas un sidi khalid en fait vous avez remarqué que les pakistanais ont acheté son frere le T80 Suspect , n ont ils pas confiance en sidi khalid Suspect


le AL KHALID est venu aprés le T80UD !!

les pakistannais ont etait trés satisfait des perfs de leur T80UD (un T-8O proche du T-84)

MAIS, au lieu de se tourné encore une fois vers les ukrainien pour ce char, il ont préféré produire un char localement (le type90 chinois) auquel il ajouteront les capacité pour en faire un char aux capacités proche d un T-80UD !!!

le AL KHALID, c est un T-80UD a LA SAUCE PAKISTANNAISE Laughing

T-80UD et AL KHALID jouent dans la meme cour,et ont meme des capacité proches du T-84, mais sont moin moderne que les derniere evolution T-84...a savoire T-84 YATAGAN....etc etc .


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Dossier hors-serie T-80 de RAIDS

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C'est un remarquable char qd meme drunken

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PT-91 TWARDY.

Modernisation polonaise du T-72 (nouvelle motorisation,nouvelle electronique...etc).

48 ont etaient acquis par la malaisie .

- Distance franchissable : 480/650 km scratch
- Vitesse max. : 60 km/h
- Motorisation : 1 Diesel S12-U développant 850 ch
- Poids : 45.3 tonnes
- Longueur : 9.53 m
- Largeur : 3.59 m
- Hauteur : 2.19 m
- Equipage : 3 personnels
- Armement :
- 1 canon 2A46 de 125 mm à âme lisse (36 obus)
- 1 mitrailleuse NSV de 12.7 mm (300 cartouches)
- 1 mitrailleuse PKT de 7.62 mm (1.250 cartouches)

http://www.armyrecognition.com/europe/Pologne/vehicules_lourds/PT-91/PT-91_Pologne_description.htm

http://www.avions-militaires.net/dossiers/chars-assaut/pt-91-twardy.php


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M-95 DEGMAN.

Modernisation du M-84 yougoslave (M-84 lui meme une variante du T-72 )

Données générales :

-poids : 44,5 t
-Equipage : 3
-Autonomie : 700 km
-Puissance : 16.5 kW/t
-Max speed : 70 kmph


Armement :

-Arme principale : canon lisse cal.125 mm (42obus dont22 dans le chargeur automatique); 8cps/min

-Anti-aircraft MG : 12.7 mm (360cps)

-Coaxial MG : 7.62 mm (2000cps)


http://www.janes.com/articles/Janes-Armour-and-Artillery/RH-ALAN-Degman-MBT-Croatia.html

http://www.military-today.com/tanks/m95_degman.htm


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