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Your Ideal Tank Contest

Дата: 13.03.2010 21:06:07
View PostSyllas, on 13 March 2010 - 10:45 PM, said: ok then,you know better. what about ammunition?protection? it cant be just a gun on a platfor exposed like that can it? and another thing. how will the tanks get coordinated? you need some coordination to move around or else even the a slight difference in direction could cause problems. even stuctural failure on the legs or the tanks themselves. more than that i believe that even a difference of grip would cause problems.if one leg steps on dry land and the other on mud,no matter how good grip you have,its going to slip at some point.

MrVic: Standard HE its arty :) no need for AP with that shell size hehe Armor is not a big deal its thin skinned in that area as its a indirect weapon only. coordination as stated in the story was radio communication and there are many many ways to get them all in sync. example radial true north dials. so all the commander has to do is call out a degree and any unit could turn to it. There are numerous simple solutions to that problem. As to poor soil conditions and compaction as we refer to it in my line of work. They can be spotted well in advance since this thing is not tearing across the county side at break neck speed. But failure of one or even 2 haulers is not a huge loss overall. Thats one reason I have 6 placed at the 3 points along the hull to provide weight support to be spread evenly. 4 haulers alone can lift and move the entire machine without to much trouble. heck say you even got a hauler "mired" in mud. with system in place and weight distribution the support pedestal could even lift the hauler vertically and carry it on the other 5. Tho I would have to run numbers to be sure but I think that actually would work. And remember this machine huge but due to the redundancy in its hauler systems and the fact it literally exerts less pounds per square inch of pressure onto the ground below it then a Tiger 1. aka it would leave shallower marks on the ground as it moved in layman's terms :)
Hopefully that helps. But remember that creation was mostly for fun, as really it would not fit into WoT game :) Also if your worried on its size make sure to read up on Railway guns because they vary a lot and its hard to truly understand its size without reading up on it.

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