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Gravity

Discussion in 'Questions & Answers' started by Noobc0re, Jan 11, 2017 at 1:33 AM.

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    Noobc0re New Born (1) Member

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    Can someone please give me a number for gravity as it correlates to shot charge? Let's call it units. What's the negative vertical acceleration per second if charge measures units/sec?

    The closest I got was 39.2, but none of the math works out with that number, so I have no idea!
    EDIT: New closest number is 58,8 which is scary close, but I don't know why...?
     
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    smb718 First Sergeant (11) Member

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    A few months ago I tried to figure out the whole gravity thing. For my unit distance I used 1 half circle (the aiming circle around the tank). I had trouble figuring it out, because the power bar is not constant. For example, the difference between 1 power and 2 power is smaller than the distance between 99 power and 100 power.
    You are going to have to figure out a polynomial equation for the power, or do what I did and instead have gravity be a function of power.
     
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    Noobc0re New Born (1) Member

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    Try making calculations with 100 power being 4,6 r/sec and gravity being 2,715 r/sec.

    Aiming circle radius being 1r.

    It's not perfect, but it's close.