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Lanzfeld 05-06-2019 08:30 AM

Type VII systems source
 
Iíve been watching quite a few Wolfpack videos and I have to say Iím quite impressed with the systems implementation in this game. What I am wondering is where I can find a source of information for the type VII uboat systems? Now I have almost all the books on the market about the type seven but I would really like one that shows what each valve does and how it works. It seems the designers of this game may of had access to something like that when they designed the systems. Obviously theyíre not 100% correct but I would love to know where they got their information.

Once again Iím specifically looking for the source of information that shows what each and every valve and handle does. Not in the game....but in the real Uboat.

derstosstrupp 05-06-2019 08:39 AM

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Originally Posted by Lanzfeld (Post 2607731)
Iíve been watching quite a few Wolfpack videos and I have to say Iím quite impressed with the systems implementation in this game. What I am wondering is where I can find a source of information for the type VII uboat systems? Now I have almost all the books on the market about the type seven but I would really like one that shows what each valve does and how it works. It seems the designers of this game may of had access to something like that when they designed the systems. Obviously theyíre not 100% correct but I would love to know where they got their information.

Once again Iím specifically looking for the source of information that shows what each and every valve and handle does. Not in the game....but in the real Uboat.

This is the only one Iím aware of:
http://www.uboatarchive.net/Manual/Manual.htm

I do know they spent some time in Laboe at u-995 too.

Pisces 05-06-2019 08:44 AM

And this site. One of the developers referenced an image of it:

http://www.tvre.org/en/


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