Tramp Destroyer, Schematic
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OMT (Orbital Materials Technology) Locates scrap 3m thick reactive hull
Initial vessel built for TVS (Trans Vesta Systems), vessel named "Shaving"
Second hull (5m thick) located by GW (Gravity Well), sold to OMT
OMT expands vessel under contract for TVS, vessel renamed "Tramp"
TVS withholds payment, OMT loans vessel to GW
GW extorts payment from TVS, destroying minor property
OMT reclaims vessel, recieves payment from GW, surrendurs vessel to TVS (shown configuration)
TVS refits internals, threatens GW
GW arrives with aid vessels, TVS refuses aid.
Empire arrives, begins investigation.
GW uses materials to build the outpost "Stunning Refusal"

Force Ports: Dual polarity short range (10km) reaction actuators.
Used to deflect projectiles into armor, or away from the ship
Used to de-columate energy weapons
Used for manuvering, see Engines
13 force ports
Armor: multi-layer composite material, primary structural member
Highly reflective layers to deflect radiant energy
high density layers to absorb kinetic impact
high strength, high rigidity, high toughness layers to distribute forces
sensor layers for damage feedback and strain analysis + distributed electromagnetic sensing
active force layers,
draws power to hold the hull together during heavy manuever or impact.
Can make the hull "sticky" for camoflauge, requires continued power drain
Thermal bulk and adjustable hull flattness (rigidity) through water interstitials.
1 primary hull
1 secondary hull
Engines: "short range" Anti-graviton emitters, can use interstellar medium for low-impulse drive situations
use reaction mass for extra thrust, or where ambient matter is scarse
Incorporate force ports and act as force ports
can draw in environmental media to replentish reaction mass stores
21 Main drive ports
11 reaction mass storage tanks
Power: Darkmatter reactors, use magnetic coupling lines for power transmission
2 primary octant reactors
5 backup tetrad reactors
8 Primary fuel tanks
Weapons: three stage accelerator ring, with one primary and three secondary emission points
Can fire antimatter streams, (path pre-cleared and guided by laser, primary port only)
Can fire Dumb mass projectiles
Can fire self guiding missiles with various payloads
5 Lasers around primary emission accelerator port
can be used for target painting
can be used for sensor illumination
can be used for direct thermal damage
can be used to blind enemy sensors
2 Lasers, rear facing
Sensors: Primary and secondary sensor domes
Integrated sensors in armor
Integrated internal systems sensors
3 primary sensor domes
7 secondary sensor domes
Data System: primary bi-lobe core, and distributed secondary bi-lobe cores
linked closely to primary systems
Fire control
Reactors
Sensors
Force Ports
1 primary core
6 secondary cores
Crew: Full support for crew, Max capacity, ~1400
Crew ~500 consists of:
Officers
Engineers
Medical
Technicians
Pilots
Soldiers
Mission specialists
Primary and secondary hanger bays front and rear respectively
Fab bay, can hold one entire drive unit. Standard fab machinery
Engineering, three story zone adjoining an auxiliary core, aux sensors, and fab bay
Arboraetum, biomass, recreation, and viewing windows
Quarters, 5 hab spheres, house approx 200 crew each, with viewing windows
Life Support
10 all purpose life support units
18 backup life support units
Control Centers, Main and auxiliary, fore and aft respectively
Mess hall, with windows to Arboraetum, food storage and preperation
Recreation, fitness, connected to Arboraetum
Medical bay, centrally located in crew area
Docking Ports, 4 primary docking tubes
Escape Pods,
All crew quarters double as lifeboats (cap 500 ea).
11 dedicated escape pods (cap 50 ea)
Observation Deck, Beneath dorsal sensor dome
Immune: Interchangable robots for Security, Fire, Repair, Emergency response, rapid transit.
1 Primary immune center
stores of parts and automated assembly for immune unit maintenance
in-depth test suites for immune unit validation
35 Immune Nodes
store and exchange immune modules
allow immune units to switch operating modes
37 Immune Magazines, Quick deployment of immune units
Infrastructure:
Equipment corridors from hanger to fab bay.
Equipment Corridor linking Fab Bay, Munitions, Reactors, and Immune Center
Crew Corridors
75 airlocks for zone isolation, maintenance, and exterior access
Immune corridors, powered transit for immune units
Reaction mass tubes, bulk reaction mass transport
Power distribution net, with 96 nodes (junctions)
Coolant system
32 Coolant tanks, Store and route coolant
15 Coolant Nodes, Route coolant, act as junctions
28 Coolant Patches, radiate excess heat (engines also dump heat)
Data Lines, All engines, force ports, and sensors wired direct to the primary core
Each reactor has a data core controlling it exclusively
Most sensors, engines, and force ports have at least one other secondary controlling data core
All secondary cores have bypass lines, forming a network independent of the primary core.
Storage:
4 small cargo bays, 11 x 11 x 6.8
17 medium cargo bays, 17.8 x 11 x 6.8
1 large cargo bays, 35.6 x 28.8 x 11
Structure:
Primary and secondary hull acts as structural shell
4 landing legs and lower structural hull used to support vessel during landing operations
External Connections:
docking ports are used for normal crew entry/egress
Immune nodes can accept new immune units. Rear immune unit between magazines normal entry point.
airlocks can be used to enter or exit the vessel as well
Sensor domes contain data hookups for access to data cores
Fuel system has a recirculating intake filter in the rear
Torpedo manifolds (2) each have connection ports
Antimatter storage rings have a refuel port in the rear
Drive units can intake reaction mass, Lower rear drive (unit 5) has an intake port.
Power umbilical hookup to any power node. Two designed for this at rear.
Main cargo hatch on lower landing pad.
Sep 26, 2018
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