Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by colosseum, Jun 1, 2004.
Looks like a T28, but the main turret seems odd. :-?
A picture of the T-35-1 prototype.
How many guns did that thing have and what type?
I counted 4 guns and 2 MG's with what looks like another MG port on the front chasis.
How many crew was needed for that thing? And why all the guns? It's just less ammo for each gun!
it has three turrets , it's the T-35 , crew of ten , 100 built , 45 to 50 tons , i'll type the rest in later , if you thought that was hard , i've got harder , i've devoted a whole binder to all tanks of WW2 , this is only the tip of the iceberg , i'll type them in later today.
as far i know only 61 and 2 prototipes were build and a crew of 11 not 10
And i say 100 were built and it had a crew of 10 , and it was 45 to 50 tons :angry:
You know, much better than restating your facts is providing sources. :wink:
says a weight of 31,500 kg (what is that in tons?)
a crew of 8
a production run of 61 (it gives how many per year, but I do not know if that includes prototypes etc)
However, the page on crew duties:
gives a 12-man crew... :-?
and this chart ( http://www.battlefield.ru/specific.html ) gives a crew of 11 and a weight of 50,000 kg! (for the T-35A)
And all from www.battlefield.ru
Does nobody cross-check these?
You mean short ton(ne)s?
For any kind of ton the basic estimation rule is 1000kg = 1 ton. This is not at all accurate but it gives a good impression of weight from kgs to tons with a single glance.
Ahh, but a Metric Ton and an Imperial Tonne are different! :wink:
Yes they are but only 1.6%. So, when doing rough calculations, it doesn't matter which one you use. And please, don't draw short tonne in equation.
How does that compare to a U.S. ton, which is 2000 pounds?
2000 * .454 = 908 kg
Mmmm, back on topic? :roll:
It's Metric Tonne & Imperial Ton.
(I'm sorry, I thought this was the topic :wink: )
Whose turn it is?
Patrice, he got the last two answers.
Sorry, I was sleeping , this time two for the same price.
the upper vehicle...
the kind of wheels is like used in czech cars like the KH 60
the lower vehicle use tracks on really old pre 1935