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STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby FLEETYARD » Thu Jan 09, 2014 8:46 pm

What is new about my size charts?
There are so many Star Trek sites with different lengths for one and the same spaceship, so I did something simple: I have estimated the lengths of the ships but not based on screenshots. I have calculated it.
That's the premise: a deck is 2.5 m + 0.5 m for EPS cables, power cables, ... = 3m height for a deck.
Warning: a Starfleet ship deck is usually 4m high because the Jeffreys tubes still happen. But other breeds have this Jeffreys technology course not.
Most ships have windows, so you can calculate the height of a deck. If the amount so specifies with 3m -> gives the length in meters. For all the views I have 300 Pixels/cm used because the 100% corresponds to the length (1 pixel = 1 m).

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Sizes that have already been published by John Eaves I have not changed. For example: the So'na warship is 2320 feet long = 707m.

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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby Del » Thu Jan 09, 2014 11:32 pm

Thanks for joining us! :welcome: I've enjoyed your charts for a few years now. It's good to have you here where you belong!
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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby TrekMD » Fri Jan 10, 2014 2:48 am

Thanks! I love these!
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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby Scotchyn » Fri Jan 10, 2014 4:22 am

Very Nice!

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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby maxtype » Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:00 pm

Awesome! :) I agree with your rationale on deck sizes. I love these charts, thank you for sharing them.

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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby Max Nex » Fri Jan 10, 2014 4:53 pm

where did you find those blue and white diagrams for K'Tinga ?
those are nice.

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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby el gato » Fri Jan 10, 2014 5:04 pm

These are very nice, and your reasoning for determining size makes perfect sense. It goes a long ways towards resolving things in Star Trek that had "magical resizing syndrome" like the Defiant, DS9 and the Ferengi D'Kora/Marauder
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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby Moongrim » Fri Jan 10, 2014 7:28 pm

AWESO....

excuse me.

AWE INSPIRING!

It's good to see someone work out the details.
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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby Bellerophon » Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:07 pm

Welcome, Fleetyard! I've been making use of your fleet charts for some time now. While I don't agree with the K't'inga size of 349m (as in the DS9 Tech Manual), I respect the thought that you've put into it. I see you''ve got the 214m size in there too. This world need more thoughtful trekkies like you.
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Re: STAR TREK Size Chart

Postby FLEETYARD » Sun Jan 12, 2014 9:49 am

Bellerophon wrote:...While I don't agree with the K't'inga size of 349m (as in the DS9 Tech Manual)...

All I want to show with the two lengths of the K'Tinga class is that there are two variants of the calculation for the size of the space ship.

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