USS 67 Montana Battle Ship Dynamic Simulation 3d model
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USS 67 Montana Battle Ship Dynamic Simulation

USS 67 Montana Battle Ship Dynamic Simulation

by TurboSquid
Last crawled date: 1 year ago
Last Battle Ship Project

2018 3dsMax, Vray 4.3, PhoenixFD 4.o
Dynamic Simulation sailing 400 frame animation
Dynamic Simulation 90 000 000 cells (calculating time per frame about 2-3 minutes, based pn i7 3.0 GHz) aur files not included.

Name:Montana-class battleship
Builders: New York Naval Shipyard
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard
Norfolk Naval Shipyard
Operators:United States Navy
Preceded by:Iowa class
Succeeded by:N/A, last battleship class authorized

General characteristics
Displacement:65,000 long tons (66,040 t) (standard);[1]70,965 long tons (72,104 t) (full load)[2][3][4][5]
Length:921 ft 3 in (280.80 m)[2] oa890 ft 0 in (271.27 m)[2] pp
Beam:        121 ft 2 in (36.93 m)[2]
Draft:        36 ft 1 in (11.00 m)[2]
Propulsion:        8 Babcock & Wilcox 2-drum express type boilers powering
4 sets of Westinghouse geared steam turbines
4 43,000 hp (32 MW)[2] 172,000 shp (128 MW) total power
Speed:        28 kn (32 mph; 52 km/h) maximum[2][6]
Range:        15,000 nmi (17,000 mi; 28,000 km) at 15 kn (17 mph; 28 km/h)[1]

Complement:        
Standard: 2,355[2]
Flagship: 2,789[2]
Armament:        
12 16-inch (406 mm)/50 cal Mark 7 guns[2]
20 5-inch (127 mm)/54 cal Mark 16 guns[2]
1040 Bofors 40 mm anti-aircraft guns[2]
56 Oerlikon 20 mm anti-aircraft cannons[2]

Armor:        
Side belt: 16.1 inches (409 mm) tapering to 10.2 inches (259 mm) on 1-inch (25 mm) STS plate inclined 19
Lower side belt: 7.2 inches (183 mm) tapered to 1 inch (25 mm) inclined 10[1]
Bulkheads: 18 inches (457 mm) forward, 15.25 inches (387 mm) aft[1]
Barbettes: 21.3 inches (541 mm), 18 inches (457 mm) (aft)[1]
Turrets: Face 22.5 inches (572 mm), Roof 9.15 inches (232 mm)

Decks:
main 0.75 inches (19 mm) + 1.5 inches (38 mm)
second 5.8 inches (147 mm) + 1.25 inches (32 mm)
Aircraft carried:        34 Vought OS2U Kingfisher/Curtiss SC Seahawk floatplanes
Aviation facilities:        2 aft catapults for launch of seaplanes[3]
Notes:        This was the last battleship class designed for the United States Navy;
the class was cancelled before any of the ships' keels were laid.

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