ITT: schizo technology Posted on May 2, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor post examples of schizo technology
heavily modernized pre dreadnought battleship
>schizo and autistic
Don't you know blow forward is a real thing, well at least it kind of works.
>Replace the cockpit with a two ton shaped charge
>Slap a manned Fw190 on top
What in gods name is the intended use case for this? Is it an anti-ship weapon?
> Anonymous 05/02/23(Tue)12:26:44 No.58051346▶
>Replace the cockpit with a two ton shaped charge
>Slap a manned Fw190 on top
>What in gods name is the intended use case for this? Is it an anti-ship weapon?
to fuck ya mudder in her cunt
Ships, harbours, any large and sturdy high-value target really.
It was also used against bridges.
fuck ya mudda
>Mistel warhead was a shaped charge weighing nearly two tonnes (the weight of a blockbuster bomb) fitted with a copper or aluminium liner. The use of a shaped charge was expected to allow penetration of up to seven meters of reinforced concrete.
That's a bf 109 retard
That's clearly a BV138
The US attempt (Operation Aphrodite) wasn't much more successful
>rip out most of the interior and bomb racks
>load it with thousands of pounds of Torpex
>install TV cameras in the nose
>install radio receiver and electric motors to operate the controls
>have two pilots fly it close to the target and then bail out
>guide the plane's kamikaze run from a second bomber where a crewman watching a TV screen guides the plane remotely
>blow through millions of dollars developing this shit
>fly 14 missions
>frequently use multiple FPV heavy bomber drones
>shear luck prevents the unintentional bombing of English industrial town
>accidentally kill well over a dozen pilots including JFK's older brother
>accidentally kill fighter pilots in supporting aircraft escorting the bomber formations
>accidentally detonate drone mid-air while still being manually piloted, long before the attack dive
>never succeed in hitting a single target
>accidentally detonate drone mid-air
given the events of September 11th, and the last twenty years, I’d say this sort of stuff actually ended up working really well for America
A pulse jet powered biplane is perfectly feasible and would be significantly cheaper that a radial engine although that one is at least 2-3x as big as would be needed.
Hitler threatened to bomb New York with u-boat launched hypersonics
>Maximum speed Maximum: 5,760 km/h (3,580 mph)
>Hypersonic flight is flight through the atmosphere below altitudes of about 90 km at speeds greater than Mach 5
>Mach 5 is 5400 km/h
>EVERYONE WHO DISAGREES WITH ME IS A RUSSOID VATNIK BECAUSE... BECAUSE THEY JUST ARE OKAY?
yeah okay schizo
he is joking you worthless retard
>I'M JUST PRETENDING TO BE RETARDED, OKAY?
yeah okay schizo
Fuck off pootnik
"Hypersonic something" implies a non-ballistic trajectory, it isn't about speed.
That aside ruskies likes the hypersonic hype but none of their designs are air-breathers afaik.
isn't only about speed*
>"Hypersonic something" implies a non-ballistic trajectory, it isn't about speed.
which is funny because in strictly technical terms hypersonic precisely refers to speed of the object, like when talking about hypervelocity guns it refers to speed of the projectile
Ok, so Kentucky rifles are a supersonic weapons. Amirite?
I'd personally rather be hit up to few times by 9mm rather than a single musket ball
Yes? Why wouldn't you be, their projectiles often move much faster than the speed of sound.
So the 120mm/125mm guns are hypersonic weapons because they fire hypersonic APDSFS dars.
Putins finest hypersonic glide missile is a German design from 1940s
Do you not know what these words mean or something?
Thanks for saying that no, you dont
Picrel is self-propelled gun.
This is a tactical ballistic missile.
Also yes. Why are you going out of your way to prove how stupid you are
>This is a tactical ballistic missile.
when a Roman general gives orders to his missile troops, what kind of armaments are you imagining they are using?
A cluster munition.
First one you've posted so far that just straight up doesn't fit the definition, actually
>A cluster munition is a form of air-dropped or ground-launched explosive weapon that releases or ejects smaller submunitions.
A firework is an explosive device which produces a bright flash and a loud noise. If it's not a munition, then neither is a concussive grenade.
A firework is a pyrotechnic. It's not a weapon, therefore not a munition. A concussive grenade is a weapon. It's designed as a weapon and employed like one. Pyrotechnics are designed asnd employed as pyrotechnics, which are a nice flash and sound
my hamburger is a sandwich
Self propelled means it can move itself, of course. So if you consider the pack horse as part and parcel to the gun then yes, but you and I know that it isn't and it can't be fired this way
self-propelled means mobility is built into the actual weapons system, otherwise its just motorized artillery
>implies a non ballistic trajectory
How? By definition, hypersonic refers only to speed
The first line of that article defies it and makes no mention of trajectory, ballistic or otherwise. Are you one of those gays that thinks a rail gun can only shoot in a straight line or something?
Hypersonic weapons: guided (aka maneuverable + lock on target) at hypersonic speeds.
It's not a prerequisite you absolute buffoon, and it doesn't even say that it is. It says there are multiple types, and this is a disambiguation even. Hypersonic refers exclusively to the speed at which it moves, this is a fact
So the 120mm (APDSFS) is a hypersonic weapon? AYY LMAO
Well it's a weapon that moves at hypersonic speed, isn't it?
>So the 120mm (APDSFS) is a hypersonic weapon? AYY LMAO
what part of this are you not understanding?
it may dawn on you later that "hypersonic" is a relatively meaningless buzzword no matter what weapon it's being used to describe. "Hypersonic" missiles are literally just fast missiles.
No. Normally n one normally refers to ICBMs, SRBM as hypersonic weapons.
You must be esl
It's apparently the crux of the topic, actually
I'll try to put it in simpler words for Google translate. "You don't speak English. You don't know what English words mean"
A hypersonic has to be hypersonic for the majority of its flight to be classified as hypersonic. If only because otherwise the Nazis had hypersonic weapons in the V2, every country with ICBMs have hypersonic, and even Congolese warlords have them every time they fire a HEAT round, since the damaging element of those is a hypersonic jet of metal
Not that they're classified in this way but the only reason not to call them hypersonic is to disambiguate the term.
witness the vatnik as it copes and seethes while being deprived of anal sex
>witness the vatnik as it copes
I just said (indirectly) that the Kinzhal isn't a hypersonic weapon.
The only vatnik missile that would fit in that category is the Zircon and R-37M, but only if they work, none of those are mentioned by spammers in PrepHole.
>SQUEEEEE VATNIK SQUEEEE
pic related is mighty russian hypersonic program
>room temperature IQ
Stop getting all your information from Perun.
What is the point of the bad levers. They seem like a joke
Is this Crimson Skies fan art? There was so much schizo tech in that game.
it's for some kind of tabletop RPG sorta based on hayao miyazaki films. it seems pretty good but i think the creator is a chud
Any Blohm und Voss plane from WW2
now this is podracing
(boldly) assuming it wasn't just a glowie hoax
>2.8 cm schwere Panzerbüchse 41 (sPzB 41) or "Panzerbüchse 41" was a German anti-tank weapon working on the squeeze bore principle.
>The squeeze bore design was based on a tapering barrel, with the caliber reducing from 28 mm at the chamber end to only 20 mm at the muzzle. The projectile carried two external flanges; as it proceeded toward the muzzle, the flanges were squeezed down, decreasing the diameter with the result that pressure did not drop off as quickly and the projectile was propelled to a higher velocity. The barrel construction resulted in a very high muzzle velocity - up to 1,400 m/s.
They had a 7.5cm one too
Big guns (+100T)
someone post the flying M113 the furry schizo came up with
Designed by the military genius and engineer Mike Sparks, who is totally not just a raving literal schizophrenic.
>ywn be an aerogavin door gunner
Here you are.
This is definitely not an authentic reformers design
Translation: Then-unstable high explosive ammunition fired with air compressors. Quiet but low velocity and thus low range.
Thats somehow even worse than what I was expecting
They also had powder operated guns to lob dynamite shells at low velocity.
They used a weird system where a blank round was used to move a giant piston to compress air which was then piped up to the barrel where it propelled the dynamite shell. I suppose this method of operation reduced the kinetic impact on the shell and reduced the G-spikes.
Teddy Roosevelt and his lads used one of these during the Spanish-American war.
Do NAMMO's Modular screw-together grenades count?
As a schizo weapon? I wouldn't think so, Bangalores were used in beach landings and were pretty effective. I guess it depends on what you define as a schizo weapon
Nah, bundled grenades are nothing new.
>If its effective its not schizo
That plane on the top has the BBC logo
And anything 40k.
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What was the most successful anti shipping American aircraft of the Pacific theatre?
maybe even the catalina?
BTW I'm focusing on victims being merchant and logistic ships rather than directly taking out task forces and carrier ships
I reckon it is the ju88 for luftwaffe, the beaufighter for the brits (closely tied with beaufighter) and the Japanese? Who fucking knows probably their g3m with torpedos