It seems that your modus operandi is to repeat your theories and when asked for sources start complaining about others' lack of understanding. For example:There is no reason to continue any conversation with You if You are not comprehending what is actually discussed here...
I corrected you on the T-44 being a post war tank. However, I have asked several times the source which state that the T-44 was only tested with Soviet AP armour and then requirements for German AP armour included. I gave you the information with the original requirements and several sources.However, the T44, which in itselfe was a post ww2 tank which happened to be conceived and partially tested during ww2, was specified to resist domestic AP, and at one point had the requirements to include also german AP resistence.
So, for the third time. What is the source?
I don't recall saying that 42SM was cast. In any case, I just want you to explain this:I referred actually to RHA armor in regard to the sensible specs which related thickness to hardness, not to cast Armor. 42SM WAS NEVER CAST ARMOR, what´s so different for You to understand here?
Obyekt 701 (IS-4) used 42SM armour in the hull and 66L (cast) in the turret. The first prototype was completed in April 1944. Can you provide details on the space-time machine created by the USSR that explained:
All the critical research was conducted in the 1950-1954 timeframe. The latter 42-SM development closely mirrors german RHA R&D, though the germans arrived at these concluisons already during their R&D in the early 30´s, not in the late 40´s/ or even early 50´s as did the soviets.