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    Hms queen elizabeth

    First test of the model in the sim, testing the animation of the doors, elevators, info screens , lights and others

    https://youtu.be/x5gUp7pkJag

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    That's a top model you've created there matey!



    Gaz

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    Probably works better than the real thing and doesn't leak either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CIMOGT View Post
    First test of the model in the sim, testing the animation of the doors, elevators, info screens , lights and others

    https://youtu.be/x5gUp7pkJag
    Brilliant work...!
    The info screens with actual deck status caught me completely by surprise.
    Nice job staying ahead of the curve...

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    Looking good
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    Quote Originally Posted by simondix View Post
    Probably works better than the real thing and doesn't leak either.

    Looking under the hull of most virtual ships there's a helluva lot more water sloshing around the empty hull than Lizzie!



    I love the UK press - 'new warship leak shock horror!'....I've yet to come across any ship which doesn't suffer a propeller shaft seal leak from time to time. It's not the easiest to seal and maintain a turning steel shaft that exits the hull directly into the ocean.

    200 litres and hour? My garden pond pump can handle more than that!!



    Best
    Gaz

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    I agree with you completely.

    In most vessels leakage around the stern gland is part of the shaft cooling system.there are not many dry glands.

    I believe the Queen Elizabeth has a pneumatic gland shaft seal.

    Cheers Chris
    PS As far as the medias knowledge of ships the most annoying thing to me is the use of their expression the HMS Whatever.

    HMS stands for her majesty's ship so you cannot say "The her majesty's ship ----

    Cheers Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by gp183601 View Post
    Looking under the hull of most virtual ships there's a helluva lot more water sloshing around the empty hull than Lizzie!



    I love the UK press - 'new warship leak shock horror!'....I've yet to come across any ship which doesn't suffer a propeller shaft seal leak from time to time. It's not the easiest to seal and maintain a turning steel shaft that exits the hull directly into the ocean.

    200 litres and hour? My garden pond pump can handle more than that!!



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    Gaz
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    Really nice! Looking forward to it!!

    Seawing

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    still testing the model

    Testing the deck air wing and lights
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    Looking good! Minor nit pick, flyco and the bridge would have dim red lighting at night rather than white. Think dim enough to walk into things until you'd been there for five minutes or so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkippyBing View Post
    Looking good! Minor nit pick, flyco and the bridge would have dim red lighting at night rather than white. Think dim enough to walk into things until you'd been there for five minutes or so...
    Heck, I don't need dim, red, lighting for that. I walk into things in broad daylight. Or even narrow daylight.

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    To be honest I was surprised when I opened the video, I expected to see something more like this.



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    Test of the panel

    Test of the 2d panel and the light of the deck

    https://youtu.be/E-fqJNpdF-Y

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    Very nice, better and better...

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