The bigger the vehicle, the bigger these problems became, to the point where they were insurmountable. Before this LandKreuzer P-1500 is produced, I hope they make it with the most accurate probable design possible. To compensate for its immense weight, the Ratte would have been equipped with three 1. Well, closing off, here are some more interesting images of the original Ratter, as well as some other futuristic tanks, and possible candidates for the rail-gun super tank. But Atomic Annie woudl nto be somethign you'd want to actually have in a tank battle. Albert Speer cancelled this design. As Zack explains in the intro to the book, he '.
The Ratte could in principle drive all over hither and yon blowing the bejeebers out of things, and everything would be ok, but Annie couldn't exactly go nuking things left and right without consequence. In large modern warfare engagements, infantry may as well be Cannon Fodder. Such a configuration would have allowed the P. In December the same year, designed an even larger 1,500 tonne vehicle — the P 1500 Monster. This would help stability and weight distribution, but the vehicle's sheer mass would have destroyed roads and rendered bridge crossings next to impossible. The main armament was to be an 800 mm , and with a secondary armament of two 150 mm and multiple 15 mm. It looks good and effective on the show, but it's a slow walking 24 meter tall, 40 meter long giant.
Anyway, I can't find any more words for it than awesome, spectacular, genious, creative etc. Therefore, please forgive me for bumping this back to the front page. A rail gun of 32 MegaJoule mounted on a big tank-like vehicle should also be possible in the future. One would be mounted on each side of the LandKreuzer P-1500. Tiger tanks and a range of artillery systems were also a waste. The divided weight of the Ratte included 300 tonnes of armament the total weight of the guns themselves was 100 tonnes, so turret armour would have weighed 200 tonnes , 200 tonnes of armour and frame and 100 tonnes of track and automotive components, while remaining weight would be distributed to miscellaneous features.
There would be a big problem though. I think it's pretty obvious that the Landkreuzer P. Čím byl tank větší a těžší, tím byly i tyto problémy větší, až se tank stal nemožným a nepoužitelným. At least the Russians have the capability with their Ivan Rogov or Ivan Gren large landing ships. The V1 and V2 programs were far less efficient then actually building conventional aircraft. Please strive to post at most once per day for any one kind of post.
If your suggestion is there already, don't post it again. Such a configuration would have allowed the P. Perhaps the Germans were thinking that the Landkreuzer P. The huge gun tube launched rocket-assisted howitzer rounds, and was intended to crack Iranian fortifications during the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980s. Here's a link if you want a good scale picture: I'm not trying to give you bad critics in any way, so don't missunderstand that.
The next two miss as well, but by a smaller margin. They will rarely meet our visual relevancy requirements. The waste by the German Army in producing very heavy guns like the 80cm, ultra long range 21cm and V2 rocket to provide less capability than the German Air Force could with a couple of bombers meant less numbers of medium tanks, field artillery and strike aircraft. By the time Hitler recognized the value of jet aircraft, the tide of war already reached the point of no return for the Germans. In December the same year, Krupp designed an even larger 1,500 tonne tank — the P 1500 Monster. From this obsession were also born the projects for P1000 and P1500.
Does anyone know if the Landkreuzer P. The first two shots knock out the howitzers, and the next one takes out the 800mm gun. The gun crews are redirected to assisting the loading of the 800mm gun. Removing the third gun allowed extra accommodation of ammunition, and reduced the total weight of the tank by 50 tonnes. V roce 1943 však byly oba projekty zastaveny. Now at the required 5000m distance, the Abrams begins to shoot. The gun itself could use some kind of re chargable flywheel technology? The point of my post was to compare the size of an 800 mm shell to a Soviet T-34 tank to get a sense of its scale.
The shell weighs roughly seven tons, and would destroy just about anything it hits. The 15mm auto cannons only have a range of about 1000 meters, with minimal penetration. Its great size would also have made it nearly impossible to transport—no existing railway or train car could bear its weight and its width was too great for existing tunnels. Despite being the most advanced in thinking for tactical airpower. Fun fact: It'd be very well balanced in the game. For a LandKreuzer P-1500 of this tremendous size of 1,500 tons, its German designers would know it would be a prime target for enemy bombers and fighters. The main piece, the 800mm gun, was designed for use against extremely fortified targets, and has a range of 47 kilometers.