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Submarine Typhoon-class 3D

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Included Formats
Maya 2008 Maya Software
FBX FBX200611
OBJ multiforma
Other .JPG

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1177441
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:8,947
Vertices:8,876
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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TurboSquid Member Since June 2006
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Description
3D Model of Submarine Typhoon-class

Files in Winrar Archives.(.rar)
Native format is Autodesk Maya

..:::Formats:::.

.obj / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0
.fbx /Fbx200611 / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0
.mb / Maya 2008 and up / Located in Scene in XYZ=0,0,0

Tested in several programs

.:::Textures::::.

X3 - 8192x8192 / .jpg

-Color
-Bump
-Normal Map

1 Material for all mesh.
Render scene not incluide (only model with textures)

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Typhoon-class submarine

The Project 941 or Akula, Russian '' ('Shark') class submarine (NATO reporting name: Typhoon) is a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine deployed by the Soviet Navy in the 1980s. With a submerged displacement of 48,000 tonnes, the Typhoons are the largest class of submarine ever built, large enough to accommodate decent living facilities for the crew when submerged for months on end.The source of the NATO reporting name remains unclear, although it is often claimed to be related to the use of the word 'typhoon' ('') by Leonid Brezhnev in a 1974 speech while describing a new type of nuclear ballistic missile submarine, as a reaction to the US Navy Ohio-class submarines.

The Russian Navy canceled its Typhoon modernization program in March 2012, stating that modernizing one Typhoon would be as expensive as building two new Borei-class submarines. With the announcement that Russia has eliminated the last SS-N-20 Sturgeon SLBMs in September 2012, the remaining Typhoons have reached the end of service.
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