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Well, it was new to me...."T100"
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Doug_Kibbey
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2006 9:13 pm
Post subject: Well, it was new to me...."T100"

What's the story on this vehicle?...never heard of it before:

armor.kiev.ua/Tanks/Be...WWII/T100/

So, how many crew on this thing?
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 2:24 am
Post subject: Re: Well, it was new to me...."T100"

Some data:
weight: 58 tons, length: 8,49 m, width: 3,40 m, heigth: 3,43 m
ground pressure: 0,68 kp/sq.cm, engine: GAM-34-BT (12 valves)
engine performance: 850 BHP, max.speed: 35,7 kph, cross country: 14 kph, road range: 200 km,
hull armour thickness - front: 60 mm, sides 60 mm, rear 60 mm, roof: 20 mm
turret armour thickness - mantlet: 60 mm, sides: 60mm, rear 60 mm, roof: 20 mm
crew: 6-7 men... commander, gunner and loader (in the upper turret), gunner and loader (in the lower turret), driver and wireless operator (in the hull
Competitor to Kotin designed SMK, designed by E.Sh. Palej and S.A.Ginzburg in Leningrad located Factory No. 185 named after S.M.Kirov...
Hull welded and bolted...
Main armament 76,2 mm gun L-11 replacing original L-10 (muzzle velocity 555 mps) + 45 mm gun Mk.1938 + 3 machineguns 2x coaxial, 1x in TC cupola)
Ammo: 150 pcs 76,2 mm, 300 pcs 45 mm, 4284 pcs 7,62 mm

"Battle tested" during Winter war against Finland, belonging to 20 (heavy) tank bde.
One prototype built, second (planned) prototype canceled and finished as heavy SPG SU-100Y...

NFIA
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 3:31 am
Post subject: Re: Well, it was new to me...."T100"

Another link to SMK, T100 data.

www.battlefield.ru/ind...50&lang=en

And to the T100's sibling the SU-100Y:

www.battlefield.ru/ind...48&lang=en
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 9:03 am
Post subject: Re: Well, it was new to me...."T100"

Very interesting...thanks, Guys! Never heard of either before. Seem to be Russian manifestations of the stereotypical German "Rolling Monument" syndrome...with even less favorable outcomes.

The T100 in particular seems to be poorly conceived in that, for that weight penalty, I'd have thought one very capable and large tank main gun would be better than two smaller ones, but I guess they came to the same conclusion...
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 08, 2006 3:51 pm
Post subject: Re: Well, it was new to me...."T100"

Not just Russian manifestations but a view into certain schools of thought at the time. As I recall, the French had the Char 2C and the British had the Vickers Independent & A9/Mk I Cruiser but the Russians pulled it off a bit more elegantly with their multi-turret prototypes (the T-28 & T-35 were pretty slab-sided...)
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