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Jagdpanzer_General #1 Posted 14 August 2017 - 06:02 PM

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The size seems wrong, but have a look

tog_iii_heavy_amphibious_assault_tank_by_stubbornemil-dbjzssc.jpg

Here is the second one...

centurion_y74_by_stubbornemil-dbjzsn8.jpg

Thanks for helping me getting the idea.


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Zynth #2 Posted 14 August 2017 - 07:14 PM

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TOG III looks like it'll give the Landkreuzer Ratte a good fight.

 

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Gani_GANz #3 Posted 14 August 2017 - 09:01 PM

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ayy... the TOG looks sweet! :great:

- 6.inch naval gun : *check*

- rear located MG turret : *check* (should be based on the Mk.VI C LT so it's looks much more related to hybrid of WoT tanks)

- Mark's gun sponsons : *check*

- hull mounted 17.pdr : *check*

Churchill turret on top of the main turret : *che-- wait...... where's it?

 

the turret should have box-ish looking. y'kno... typical brit turrets like, the original TOG turret, Churchill, Cromwell, etc.

 

there should be some royal-ish accessories like, an inscription says "Long live the king!" or "For Great Britain!" or "Royal Arsenal No.[2017(example)]"

to show "The Might of the Royal Arsenal".

 

the front and rear wheel doesn't sync each others.

and yeah... it looks oversized...

 

and about the second one, the turret doesn't look like Type-74....

 

It'll be better if you would make the revised version of the TOG as suggested. and name it "TOG III* Mk.2"

 

anyways.... overall.....

nice! :great:

 

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Jagdpanzer_General #4 Posted 14 August 2017 - 09:07 PM

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Uhm, here's TOG III* Specs:

 

Weight Around 900 - 1000 tonnes

 

Crew Around 20+

 

Armour Spec:

 

Nano Crystal Steel Armor (Hardened):

520 mm  (turret front)

500 mm  (inside turret gun mantlet)

400 mm  (turret side and rear)

 

Stalinium Steel Armor (Hardened):

600 mm  (hull front)

450 mm  (hull side)

200 mm  (hull rear)

 

Main armament:

1x BL 15 inch Mk. I Naval Gun (45 rounds) 

 

Secondary armament:

 

4x BL 5.5 inch Mk. I (80 rounds in total)(side sponson)

 

1x QF 17 pdr Mk. VII AT Gun (50 rounds (APDS/HE))(Hull Front)

1x QF 6 pdr (100 rounds (APCR))(Rear Churchill Mk. III Turret)

 

2x Vickers Machine Gun  (6,000 Rounds in total for AA defense)

3x BESA Machine Gun ( 2x Hull front, 1x at Rear turret co-axial) (11,000 rounds)

 

Smoke launcher and Smoke screen Generator

 

Engine: Cold fusion nuclear reactor (20,000+ HP)

 

Backup power:

2 × Rolls-Royce WR-21 gas turbines, 21.5 MW (28,800 shp) each. (This power usually used when sailing large ocean)

 

Speed:

60 km/h or 25 knot when sailing

 

50 km/h (Average speed on land)

 


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Gani_GANz #5 Posted 14 August 2017 - 11:28 PM

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based on the one you've created, I thought the specs was :

slightly enlarged TOG II* with Enhanced Stalinium armor and some powerful engines.

1x 6.inch naval gun in main turret

1x MG BESA in rear turret

1x 17.pdr. hull mounted

2x M1919 30.Cal

4x 3.inch gun in sponsons

smoke launchers

 

 

suggested was (updated) :

 

slightly enlarged TOG II* with Enhanced Royal armor and some powerful Royal engines. not intended as Superheavy tank. it's intended as amphibious ground battleship / breakthrough tank / infantry support / mobile bunker with logical top speed of 35km/h forward, 25km/h backward.

 

- Enlarged main turret with 1x 40mm Bofors or Pom-Pom Gun co-ax with 6.inch main gun and 1x 20mm Hispano-Suiza co-ax in the rear.

- Vickers Mk.VIC turret in the rear with twin MG BESA

- Churchill turret with 1x MG BESA and 1x 6.pdr gun on the hull, located between the main turret and Mk.VIC turret.

- Mark's sponsons with 2x 3.inch gun and 2x M1919 30.Cal co-ax with cannons for each side.

- Crusader AA turret with twin 20mm AA gun on top of the main turret.

- 1x 6.inch naval gun in main turret

- 1x 17.pdr. hull mounted

- twin MG BESA located next to hull-mounted 17.pdr.

- smoke launchers

 

you don't have to remake it or make another one as I requested. but if you want to, you can do it... it'll be better, because for me it's more logical.

 

it's your project after all... :honoring:


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Jagdpanzer_General #6 Posted 15 August 2017 - 06:23 AM

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View PostGani_GANz, on 14 August 2017 - 10:28 PM, said:

based on the one you've created, I thought the specs was :

slightly enlarged TOG II* with Enhanced Stalinium armor and some powerful engines.

1x 6.inch naval gun in main turret

1x MG BESA in rear turret

1x 17.pdr. hull mounted

2x M1919 30.Cal

4x 3.inch gun in sponsons

smoke launchers

 

 

suggested was (updated) :

 

slightly enlarged TOG II* with Enhanced Royal armor and some powerful Royal engines. not intended as Superheavy tank. it's intended as amphibious ground battleship / breakthrough tank / infantry support / mobile bunker with logical top speed of 35km/h forward, 25km/h backward.

 

- Enlarged main turret with 1x 40mm Bofors or Pom-Pom Gun co-ax with 6.inch main gun and 1x 20mm Hispano-Suiza co-ax in the rear.

- Vickers Mk.VIC turret in the rear with twin MG BESA

- Churchill turret with 1x MG BESA and 1x 6.pdr gun on the hull, located between the main turret and Mk.VIC turret.

- Mark's sponsons with 2x 3.inch gun and 2x M1919 30.Cal co-ax with cannons for each side.

- Crusader AA turret with twin 20mm AA gun on top of the main turret.

- 1x 6.inch naval gun in main turret

- 1x 17.pdr. hull mounted

- twin MG BESA located next to hull-mounted 17.pdr.

- smoke launchers

 

you don't have to remake it or make another one as I requested. but if you want to, you can do it... it'll be better, because for me it's more logical.

 

it's your project after all... :honoring:

 

Ok then I make some rebalance on that thing, thanks for the suggestion :honoring:

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southerner #7 Posted 15 August 2017 - 08:47 AM

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Looks good, but I suggest maybe engines should be walter steam turbines used as a closed loop principle.  The walther steam turbines were invented by the germans to power some of their U boats at high speed while submerged. They used Pure hydrogen peroxide injected into pure water mixed with deisel to create high pressure steam.

 

But hey this is your project. Just that walter invention is more in the thinking of the 30's and 40's when the TOG came out.

 

Here is a link on this fascinating subject....

 

http://jtmcdaniel.co...er_turbine.html


Edited by southerner, 15 August 2017 - 08:52 AM.

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Jagdpanzer_General #8 Posted 15 August 2017 - 09:07 AM

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View Postsoutherner, on 15 August 2017 - 07:47 AM, said:

Looks good, but I suggest maybe engines should be walter steam turbines used as a closed loop principle.  The walther steam turbines were invented by the germans to power some of their U boats at high speed while submerged. They used Pure hydrogen peroxide injected into pure water mixed with deisel to create high pressure steam.

 

But hey this is your project. Just that walter invention is more in the thinking of the 30's and 40's when the TOG came out.

 

Here is a link on this fascinating subject....

 

http://jtmcdaniel.co...er_turbine.html

 

I know about that, German's subs engine is awesome and I plan to use it at first, but unfortunately this is a British tank so its a bit conflicting, Its also a bit dangerous to put too much radioactive Chem inside that Tank

Edited by Jagdpanzer_General, 15 August 2017 - 09:12 AM.

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