Lucidor wrote:See if you can get the air speed velocity into the equation too.DaddyHoggy wrote:ship mass (laden or unladen?)

Personally as we don't actually know what a TC is in terms of mass (I think of them simply as a unit of unspecified capacity (otherwise if you think of them as Tons (or Tonnes) then it would imply when you buy machinery (such as a combine Harvester) it would need to be broken down into say 30 bits of equal size to fit inside one of these cannisters which is clearly nonsense) therefore even a fully loaded Anaconda (with its potentially apocraphyl 750 TCs) will have little impact compared to the actually mass of the ship (unless of course you wanted to go mad and imagine the entire cargo volume of an Anaconda filled with Gold bullion - now that might add a bit to the overall mass of the ship....).

Simplest would be to make the Cobra III the baseline (as suggested) and do it for the other ships as a ratio of this, but a ratio based on what - I have already shown the oddities of using the bounding volume - so does the code have some additional parameters/data it can use?