HMS Weymouth WW1 1910 3D model
About model: detailed exterior model of HMS Weymouth WW1
- created in 3ds max 2011 scanline render no plugins used
- zip files contains textures and file formats (max, fbx, obj,mtl,blender 2.8)
- polygons: 187756 vertices: 249348
- textures in jpg format 2048x1024 1024x512, 256x256, 128x128 and 65x65
- all small boats are removable/replace (only in OBJ format)
HMS Weymouth was a Town-class light cruiser built for the Royal Navy during the 1910s. She was the name ship of the Weymouth sub-class of the Town class. The ship survived the First World War and was sold for scrap in 1928.
The Weymouth sub-class were slightly larger and improved versions of the preceding Bristol sub-class with a more powerful armament.They were 453 feet (138.1 m) long overall, with a beam of 47 feet 6 inches (14.5 m) and a draught of 15 feet 6 inches (4.7 m). Displacement was 5,275 long tons (5,360 t) normal and 5,800 long tons (5,900 t) at full load. Twelve Yarrow boilers fed Weymouth's Parsons steam turbines,driving two propeller shafts, that were rated at 22,000 shaft horsepower (16,000 kW) for a design speed of 25 knots (46 km/h; 29 mph). The ship reached 25.95 knots (48.06 km/h; 29.86 mph) during her sea trials from 23,380 shp (17,430 kW).The boilers used both fuel oil and coal, with 1,290 long tons (1,311 t) of coal and 269 long tons (273 t) tons of oil carried, which gave a range of 5,610 nautical miles (10,390 km; 6,460 mi) at 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph).