Author Topic: Authenticity vs. Realism in our Weapons  (Read 7219 times)

Offline Teh Celery's

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Re: Authenticity vs. Realism in our Weapons
« Reply #15 on: August 01, 2014, 11:17:02 pm »
I know this is offtopic because this thread is about weapons, but it fits fere because of the realism discussion

F= m x (a[ship] x y)    y= 2.5 for kerosine (+150%)   y= 3.0 for moonshine (200%)

F= 50'000kg x 11.6m/s^2 x 2.5
F=1'450'000 N for kerosine/squid

F=150'000kg x 3.6m/s^2 x 3.0
F=1'620'000 N for moonshine/goldfish

Thrust of a russian engine that was used to at the space programm to launch exorbital missions: 1'638'000 N

Thrust of the engine used on the concorde airplanes ( they got a traveling speed of mach 1 ) :
169'200 N

AND WHY ARE THESE SHIPS STILL SLOWER THAN MACH 5?

don't take me serious, I love the game like it is and I'm waiting for the reality-discussions in the adventure mode

seems someone is on drugs here.

I think I laughed a bit too hard at this comment.
Good show.