The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

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Re: The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

Postby seppw » 12 Jan 2018 11:54

Miles hasn't been on since the 24th of November. Is he alright?
Does anyone else have the shell travel times?

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Re: The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

Postby Mobius » 12 Jan 2018 13:16

Well, I can come close but it isn't always exactly like official data.
500m 0.56
1000m 1.17
2000m 2.52
3000m 4.13

Why, again is it that you need the time?

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Re: The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

Postby seppw » 12 Jan 2018 13:34

Mobius wrote:Well, I can come close but it isn't always exactly like official data.
500m 0.56
1000m 1.17
2000m 2.52
3000m 4.13

Thanks alot! I need it in 100m steps, but I will try to interpolate.

Mobius wrote:Why, again is it that you need the time?

seppw wrote:
Miles Krogfus wrote:Panther gun next pages:

Hello Miles,
thank you for your contribution. :thumbsup: Do you have the Kommandotafel for the PzGr39(p.10,11,12?), too? I'd appreciate it a lot, because I'm currently working on a spreadsheet visualizing the hit probability(parameters: target size, range est. error) for as many WWII guns(+ammo) as possible.
I need the shell travel times in order to calculate the vertical displacement between the center of the target and the actual aim point.

If you were so kind to upload the Kommandotafel for the PzGr39, you'd save me a 12h trip to the library and back.

Regards Sepp

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Re: The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

Postby Mobius » 12 Jan 2018 15:42

Here is a calculated output.
{Edit}MV changed from 922 m/s to 925 m/s. It doesn't exactly map to FT impact velocities.
This is based on the G1 Gâvre drag function. If the G8 function is used the ToF are .01 seconds less.
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Re: The Panther's H.Dv.119/325 "Firing Table"

Postby seppw » 12 Jan 2018 20:31

Mobius wrote:Here is a calculated output.

Thanks. Just in case anyone is interested. This is what I came up with:
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100m - 2100m
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