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Algumas ideias de navios que poderiam ser colocados no jogo Parte 3

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Ai meu santo deus, Parte 3.... aqui vamos nós

Parte 1: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/242405-algumas-ideias-de-navios-que-poderiam-ser-colocados-no-jogo/

 

Parte 2: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/243576-algumas-ideias-de-navios-que-poderiam-ser-colocados-no-jogo-parte-2/

 

 

HMCS NewFoundland do Canadá - Battleship

The U series began as the 'Canadian Fast Battleships', the extra Queen Elizabeth class ships that the British government tried to convince the Canadians to finance. There were several other fast battleship designs within this series not intended for funding by Canada, sources on most of these seem very sketchy and few details are known.

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U1 and 2 were very similar to QE with a nominal speed of 25kts. U3 was also similar with one large single funnel. U4 had all four turrets on the same level to overcome problems with early directing of turrets at different levels. U5 was similar but with the forward turrets en echelon to give bow fire. The main belt was reduced a 12in with increased deck armour. It seems that the 1914 improved QE, Agincourt, may never have been settled and D.K. Brown suggests eventually she was substituted for a repeat QE. The Us seem to be influenced by the W1 and W2 designs based on the Royal Sovereign (as I've drawn before) with the same double-deck battery, larger conning tower and stem spotting position.

Same main guns as on Queen Elizabeth.

 

 

 

Filipe II da Espanha - Light Cruiser ou Heavy Cruiser

 

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A few Italian cruiser design for Spain in 1940. Armed with 203mm guns, presumably the one in use by the Zara or at least similar ones. It is armed with 90mm guns, 37mm guns and 20mm guns for anti-aircraft armaments.

 

 

 

Sultan Osman I do Império Otomano - Dreadnought

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Para tornar o Sultan Osman I unico, minha proposta é dar a esse navio SAP apenas para bateria principal, e as secundarias mantem o HE.

 

 

 

 

 

RMS Von Trotha da Alemanha - Battlecruiser

In the mid 1920’s the Reichsmarine was able to replace its obsolete ships. The designs of the warships Adolf Hitler would inherit were those approved by Vice-Admiral Hans Zenker, the Reichsmarine’s commander from 1924 to 1928. These included the 6 K class light cruisers, as well as the revolutionary panzerschiffe. The panzerschiffe were dubbed treaty cruiser killers by many foreign observers, but Zenker knew their limitations and intended them merely as commerce raiders, to be used against the sea lanes that would connect France and Poland, Germany’s perceived enemies in future wars. Zenker did have an idea for a treaty cruiser killer though. She was to mount 8 12 inch guns, 12 5.9 inch guns (in the same triple turrets of the new light cruisers), and she was to displace 17,500 tons standard, the minimum size for a capitol ship prescribed by the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. She would have two triple torpedo mounts on deck, and at least a pair of twin mounts for use against aircraft. She would use steam turbines like the last imperial battlecruisers, instead of the diesel engines of the panzerschiffe design. This would mean greater speed, 34 knots, but less endurance. Her armor scheme would be the same as a panzerschiffe.

 

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Displacement:
15,686 t light; 16,578 t standard; 17,518 t normal; 18,271 t full load

Dimensions: Length overall / water x beam x draught
690.05 ft / 639.76 ft x 82.02 ft x 27.89 ft (normal load)
210.33 m / 195.00 m x 25.00 m x 8.50 m

Armament:
8 - 12.01" / 305 mm guns (4x2 guns), 865.70lbs / 392.67kg shells, 1928 Model
Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes)
on centreline ends, evenly spread, 2 raised mounts - superfiring
9 - 5.91" / 150 mm guns (3x3 guns), 102.98lbs / 46.71kg shells, 1928 Model
Breech loading guns in turrets (on barbettes)
on side ends, majority forward, 1 raised mount - superfiring
4 - 3.46" / 88.0 mm guns (2x2 guns), 20.79lbs / 9.43kg shells, 1928 Model
Anti-aircraft guns in deck mounts
on side, all amidships, all raised mounts - superfiring
Weight of broadside 7,936 lbs / 3,600 kg
Shells per gun, main battery: 120
6 - 19.7" / 500 mm above water torpedoes

Armour:
- Belts: Width (max) Length (avg) Height (avg)
Main: 3.15" / 80 mm 393.70 ft / 120.00 m 13.12 ft / 4.00 m
Ends: 2.36" / 60 mm 131.23 ft / 40.00 m 6.56 ft / 2.00 m
114.83 ft / 35.00 m Unarmoured ends
Upper: 1.57" / 40 mm 524.93 ft / 160.00 m 13.12 ft / 4.00 m
Main Belt covers 95 % of normal length
Main belt does not fully cover magazines and engineering spaces

- Torpedo Bulkhead:
1.77" / 45 mm 524.93 ft / 160.00 m 27.89 ft / 8.50 m

- Gun armour: Face (max) Other gunhouse (avg) Barbette/hoist (max)
Main: 5.51" / 140 mm 4.13" / 105 mm 4.13" / 105 mm
2nd: 1.18" / 30 mm 0.79" / 20 mm 0.79" / 20 mm

- Armour deck: 1.57" / 40 mm, Conning tower: 5.91" / 150 mm

Machinery:
Oil fired boilers, steam turbines,
Geared drive, 3 shafts, 88,789 shp / 66,236 Kw = 30.00 kts
Range 8,000nm at 12.00 kts
Bunker at max displacement = 1,693 tons
 

 

 

 

 

 

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