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Onkel Neal 03-10-2019 11:03 AM

Wolfpack Tactics & Tips
 
Wolfpack Game Manual - Updated Dec 2019 with Single Player tips


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Using the Tutorial mission to practice firing torpedoes
https://youtu.be/reU9YMxOhNQ




Wolfpack: TDC - Overview & Calculation Example

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...ature=emb_logo


Under Water Navigation Tutorial
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HlZ...ature=youtu.be



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Routine dive

1. Routine dive only ordered by Captain
2. Captain orders "Prepare to dive", descends into conning tower, closes voice tube on the bridge.
3. Helmsman uses telegraph and switches from diesel to electric motors, then orders ahead half.
4. Navigator takes a depth sounding, reports depth under keel.
5. Navigator marks on chart where boat’s location is at the start of the dive.
6. Captain closes conning tower hatch, says “Conning tower hatch is closed"
7. Dive Officer sets dive planes, tells Captain “Ready to dive”
8. Captain orders “Flood”
9. Helmsman opens the forward MBT #4 vent valves allowing seawater in the main ballast tanks.
10. Navigator opens the aft MBT #2 vent valves allowing seawater in the main ballast tanks.
11. Captain sets depth with order “Go to depth, xx meters”
12. The boat is dived at a down angle of 5-8. In so doing, the ordered depth is initially overshot by about 2-5 meters, and the ordered depth is approached from below by the Dive Officer's operation of the dive planes.
13. After the report of Dive Officer: "Boat is at xx meters", the order always follows, Captain: "Close vents".
14. Helmsman and Navigator closes MBT vent valves.
15. Navigator reports any leaks or problems, “No leaks detected, Herr Kaleun”.
16. Captain orders new speed, course as necessary. If at periscope depth, the slowest speed should be selected.
17. Helsman reports battery status, “Both batteries at xxxx amps, Herr Kaleun”.
18. Sonar reports any contacts.

Onkel Neal 03-10-2019 11:04 AM

Crash dive

1. Order: "Alarm!" Alarm bell activated by Chief.
2. Helmsman switches from diesel to electric motors, then orders ahead flank.
3. Captain closes voice tube on the bridge, descends into conning tower.
4. Navigator takes a depth sounding, reports depth under keel.
5. Navigator marks on chart where boat’s location is at the start of the dive.
6. Captain closes conning tower hatch, says “Conning tower hatch is closed"
7. Helmsman silences alarm bell.
8. Dive Officer sets dive planes to forward hard down.
9. Captain orders “Flood”
10. Helmsman opens the forward MBT #4 vent valves allowing seawater in the main ballast tanks.
11. Navigator opens the aft MBT #2 vent valves allowing seawater in the main ballast tanks.
12. Captain opens the Negative vent valve allowing seawater in the negative tank.
13. Captain sets depth with order “Go to depth, xx meters.” (At the front usually to 80 meters)
14. Once the down angle indicator indicates the boat has a down angle, hold: 8 to 15
15. Helmsman closes vent valve for negative tank and blows tank to control dive before desired depth is reached. After execution of the order "Flood" and the boat has a noticeable descending tendency, the negative buoyancy tanks are expressed (blown by compressed air), by the Helmsman, who will call out, “Express”. It is critical that the Helmsman perform the crash dive operation competently, otherwise the boat could dive out of control, below safe depth, or with a dangerous down angle.
16. The ordered depth is achieved by the Dive Officer’s operation of the dive planes.
17. After the report of Dive Officer's: "Boat is at xx meters", the order always follows, Captain: "Close vents".
18. Helmsman and Navigator closes MBT vents valves.
19. Navigator reports any leaks or problems, “No leaks detected, Herr Kaleun”.
20. Navigator checks compressed air level and reports, “Compressed air at xx millibar, Herr Kaleun”.
21. Captain orders new speed, course as necessary.
22. Helmsman reports battery status, “Both batteries at xxxx amps, Herr Kaleun”.
Sonar reports any contacts.

Onkel Neal 03-10-2019 11:05 AM

Surfacing

1. Captain will order a sonar sweep for nearby vessels.
2. Sonar reports any contacts held and strength.
3. After the Captain has satisfied himself by visual sweep and sound bearings that the boat can surface, he gives the order: "Prepare to surface"
4. Helmsman reports “Vents closed”
5. Captain: “Surface”
6. Helmsman will open the high pressure air valve to blow the main ballast tanks, with the report, “Blowing main ballast tanks”. To surface, the boat goes to Ahead Full because, if immediate diving is required (aircraft alarm), high speed is absolutely necessary. The boat is angled stern down and driven up dynamically with diving planes "Forward hard up", "Aft up 5-10".
7. Dive Officer to Captain: "Boat rises".
8. Dive Officer to Captain: "13 meters, 12 meters…." meter by meter.
9. Dive Officer to Captain: "Conning tower hatch free", order concluded at 7.5 meters.
10. Helmsman closes compressed high pressure air valve and Dive Officer sets planes to neutral.
11. Captain will set the bridge watch (usually Captain and Navigator).
12. Captain ascends the bridge ladder, opens hatch and says "Conning tower hatch open".
13. Navigator marks position of surfacing on chart.
14. Captain opens bridge voice tube.
15. As necessary, Captain may order, “Switch to diesels” and set new course and speed.
16. Sonar reports any radio traffic or messages received.

Usurpator 03-13-2019 12:01 PM

Wolfpack Roadmap and Tutorial Videos!
 
OLD Roadmap -------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW ROADMAP
https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/stea...c6487aaf07.pnghttps://cdn.cloudflare.steamstatic.c...8050fde7db.jpg

Hello everyone, Wolfpack will be released on Friday!

We put this roadmap together to give you an idea of what's next in the development.

We also published a series of video tutorials on our YouTube channel.
More videos will be added to the playlist as development progresses.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UYx...H&index=2&t=0s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHuk...sLYtyH&index=2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0je...sLYtyH&index=3

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Its5...sLYtyH&index=4

New: Wolfpack Tutorial 5 - Torpedo Data Computer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOjr...H&index=7&t=0s

Video Tutorial playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...YdySw-9OsLYtyH

Wolfpack Discord Server: https://discord.gg/SH2Rg42

/Einar

Jonny-Dog 03-20-2019 08:11 AM

Wolfpack Tactics & Tips
 
Here is a tutorial I've made for setting up a "Fast 90 Attack" in Wolfpack.


https://dc586.4shared.com/img/EXNMQa...Fast_90_Attack


Further discussion for this Tactic

Enjoy,
Jonny-Dog :Kaleun_Periskop:

Onkel Neal 03-31-2019 09:33 AM

U-Boat Type VII Manual

Full details and information about the historical U-Boat model.

derstosstrupp 04-06-2019 07:51 AM

Wolfpack Tactics & Tips
 
Hi All,

Ive made tables for the method I use in my Comprehensive tutorial in my sig (computing target speed based on his bearing change over one minute). Ive put a link to it in my sig. I used a self made whiz wheel in my tutorial but wanted to make the tables for ease of use So people could print them off and keep them at their desk. Instructions are in the document.

Tutorial is written using SH3 but of course the methods work for Wolfpack as well.:Kaleun_Thumbs_Up:

Onkel Neal 04-20-2019 01:01 PM

Wolfpack Tactics & Tips
 
I've put together a quick guide for understanding AOB.

https://www.subsim.com/tips/wolfpack/aob.ht6.jpg

Onkel Neal 05-09-2019 06:29 PM

Game Stach's excellent Wolfpack tutorial: How to FIRE and HIT a torpedo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XESEkSVZlYM

Onkel Neal 09-30-2019 05:25 PM

Bot mode tips

Onkel Neal 03-13-2020 08:12 AM

Connection tip: behind a router, you have to open UDP ports # 3478, 4379 & 4380 from the router to your local IP address.


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