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ARCCS-2

24.6k randomusername  10 days ago

This is my second aircraft carrier. This is mobile friendly and should not lag any device. While it has no arresting hook, it should be easy to land on. This aircraft carrier was designed with one thing in mind, mobile-friendliness. Since most aircraft carriers on SP are not mobile friendly and or work being 50,000 US tons, I decided to make one that did work. 104 parts and wickedly fast loading times.
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Stats:

  • Weighs 50,000 US tons.
  • 40 mph top speed.
  • Turn time of around 180 seconds (Really fast)
  • 0-40 mph in 40 seconds.
  • Decent armor.

    Misc:

  • ARCCS-2 means Aircraft carrier start 2.

    Controls:

  • VTOL for engines

  • Roll to steer.



    Enjoy.

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 396.2ft (120.8m)
  • Length 1527.3ft (465.5m)
  • Height 170.4ft (51.9m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 29.0lbs/ft2 (141.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 3,444,792.4ft2 (320,032.0m2)
  • Drag Points 0

Parts

  • Number of Parts 104
  • Control Surfaces 8
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    1,694 ChisP

    Well I know that’s the xml but what I’m saying is that it probably calculates drag points with weight somehow@randomusername

    5 days ago
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    CalculateDrag, @ChisP

    5 days ago
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    1,694 ChisP

    Huh is it cause the weight? Cause that’s probably it.@randomusername

    5 days ago
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    Not a single part, big or small, it doesn't matter, @ChisP

    5 days ago
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    1,694 ChisP

    Not even one of the smaller parts?@randomusername

    5 days ago
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    Any singular part that has drag would have been the end for the project.
    I use the Samsung Tab 3 to build, and the Acer Chromebook 11 to tune my builds. @ChisP

    5 days ago
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    1,694 ChisP

    What do you have? you can also try smaller fractions btw@randomusername

    5 days ago
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    My device certainly didn't think that, @ChisP
    Any drag on big builds causes my game to crash.

    5 days ago
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    1,694 ChisP

    I’ve been experimenting with drag physics in sp I found that having about half the drag points on the design will limit drag but retain most physics if you ever do a re-launch think of doing that. You probably don’t have to worry about the drag effects on this build though since it’s only 104 parts@randomusername

    5 days ago
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    Wow it doesn’t kill my computer

    +1 6 days ago
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    8,949 Rub3n213

    Clever build nice work

    +1 6 days ago
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    Hot

    +1 6 days ago
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    Yes, @Jim1the1Squid

    7 days ago
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    Ahh, so I appears you operate on a Chromebook...

    +1 7 days ago
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    @ThatOneF15Eagle
    Mega F

    +1 7 days ago
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    Blame SP for limiting maximum wing effectiveness @Jim1the1Squid
    Don't blame me, this aircraft carrier is pushing the boundaries of SP physics.
    My previous attempts were absolute failers and drifted hundreds of miles and broke the sound barrier within an hour.
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    When you are careful or slow down when you turn, you never have to drift, it can turn on the spot. In fact, it is designed to turn on the spot. Unrealistic? Oh yeah. But hey, it works!

    +1 7 days ago
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    The way I recognize the inaccurate steering: it matches that of MY ships. MY ships swing around on a pivot, and take a little bit to start moving in the direction you want it to go. THIS carrier steers like that, but with more unpredictability and drifting.

    7 days ago
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    That's not what I meant. This carrier turns NOTHING like how that Nimitz class turned. It swung around as if on a pivot, then it drifted backwards for FOUR MILES before coming to a stop and going the other direction. Also, to help prove my point, when the carrier was moving one direction, I tried to turn it to get between two islands, but when I pointed to go in between them, the carrier kept drifting in the direction I DID NOT want it to go.
    What I'm trying to say here is: GOOD TEMPLATE, BAD STEERING REPLICATION.

    7 days ago
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    I know a device that can be lagged out by this.

    My laptop. It’s old, slow, and a few years over the warranty. My laptop doesn’t have SP on it, but I know it will lag just by even trying to load the designer. It can barely even run Minecraft properly (though I do have like 40 mods on MC installed lel) without crashing, but I don’t want to change it because I will lose all my progress in games plus my dad will have to buy the games all over again! I’ve nearly shed my tears in writing this. Press F for respect for my boi.

    +1 7 days ago
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    Welcome to how an aircraft carrier works @Jim1the1Squid Check out this video that aircraft carrier probably takes 1 mile to do a turn. Aircraft carriers are by no means fast or agile. Can't have mine turning like an F-1 racing boat while going 0-60mph in 2 seconds.

    8 days ago
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    You might want to change the way it moves... It is VERY hard to turn around an go the other way, at least, not without having to skid backward for 4 miles before you stop an move forward. Also very hard to steer.

    8 days ago
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    JTS9 @deqnq

    9 days ago
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    15 deqnq

    if only there was a option to launch another of your creations so you can land on these aircraft carriers

    +1 9 days ago
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    Probably something like an Eurocopter EC-120. They are pretty neat looking helicopters. @randomusername

    +1 9 days ago
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