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The KNM Skjold (Shield) is a coastal corvette of the Norwegian navy. The Skjold class is characterized by its speed, reduced signatures, small size and heavy weapon load. This class has a perfect littoral combat capability. The Skjold has an air-cushioned catamaran hull with water jet propulsion which provides high speed and a great maneuverability. She was constructed with glass fibre / carbon composite materials. The Skjold is the first ship of the class and commissioned in April 1999.

 

General characteristics of the KNM Skjold

 

 

Displacement: 274 tons

Length: 155.83 ft (47.50m)

Beam: 44.29 ft (13.50m)

Draft: 3.3 ft (1.1m)

Propulsion: two Rolls-Royce Allison 571KF gas turbine engines with 6000kW (8.160hp)

Speed: in rough sea: 45 kn

in calm sea: 60 kn

Range: 800 nmi at 40kts (74 km/h)

Complement: 15

Armament: 8x Kongsberg Naval Strike Missile

76mm Otobreda Super Rapid multi-role cannon

Mistral Surface to Air missile

12.7mm gun

 

Model Highlights

 

 

- Bridge interior with instruments

- working Otobreda 76mm cannon

- by pressing ctrl + A activates the wiper animation

- only 12.229 polys / 13.649 verts (perfect for multiplayer)

- working radars on the mast

- usable bridge hatch

- custom sounds engine (start, run, stop), horn, cannon, ambient sounds

 

 

Model restrictions

 

 

- flickering instruments (Radar and the Map instruments)

- weak representation of the bump maps in VSF

 

Special thanks to AndyMahn (from vKfS) for the great help with the instruments and for making the elements.cfg file.

And to Deutschmark for testing over the build period and for the animated flag.

 

 

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© Copyright 2013 Marko Barthel – VirtualTechArt Design

 

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What's New in Version 1.1   See changelog

Released

  • added animated flag
  • corrected liferaft texture



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