【歴史】戦艦「大和」に設計図にない連装機銃…資材不足で?

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215名無しさん@1周年2017/12/07(木) 20:58:07.41ID:8kyAqQqB0
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そんなんだから負けたんだよ
英米の技術レベルと比べてみろ
コンピュータで弾道計算、電動サーボで自動照準だよ
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rangekeeper
Power drives and Remote Power Control (RPC)
The US Navy's first deployment of a rangekeeper
was on the USS Texas in 1916. Because of the limitations of the technology at that time,
the initial rangekeepers were crude. During World War I, the rangekeepers could generate the necessary angles automatically,
but sailors had to manually follow the directions of the rangekeepers (a task called "pointer following" or "follow the pointer").
Pointer following could be accurate, but the crews tended to make inadvertent errors when they became fatigued during extended battles.[10]
During World War II, servomechanisms (called "power drives" in the U.S. Navy and RPC in the Royal Navy)
were developed that allowed the guns to automatically steer to the rangekeeper's commands with no manual intervention.
The Mk. 1 and Mk. 1A computers contained approximately 20 servomechanisms, mostly position servos, to minimize torque load on the computing mechanisms.
The Royal Navy first installed RPC, experimentally, aboard HMS Champion in 1928.
In the 1930s RPC was used for naval searchlight control and during WW2 it was progressively installed on pom-pom mounts
and directors, 4-inch, 4.5-inch and 5.25-inch gun mounts.[11] [12]

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