Ebr 75 War Thunder

After the tests, it was decided to introduce changes and corrections to the first French premium wheeled vehicle at tier VIII level. These changes will be introduced already in the public test of update 1.4 and it is possible that they will be subject to further changes.

War Thunder; Armored Warfare; Search for: Search. World of Tanks Panhard EBR 75 (FL 10) – WHEELED TANK! November 14, 2018 World of Tanks 10:20. (1954) is a light reconnaissance armored vehicle with the FL.10 turret well known to our players and a 75 mm gun on the Panhard 8x8 all-terrain vehicle chassis. In addition to its completely unique appearance, the vehicle has excellent combat capabilities. War Thunder Fulfills Your Wishes! Pilot reward P-63C-5: Tanker reward VK 45.01 (P) 2014 Holiday War Thunder Marathon! Pilot reward I-301: Tanker reward M8A1: 2013 Winter Magic! Rewards TB-3M-17-32. © 2009—2021 by Gaijin Network Ltd. Gaijin and War Thunder are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Gaijin Network Ltd. Or its licensors, all other logos are. I simply can't understand how a cold war-era tank can have a BR below WW2 tanks, and utterly destroy them. This thing, at 4.3, is better than most 5.3 vehicles. Playing German at 5.3 has became basically unplayable. This is just a new R3 T20.

Changes in brief:
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  • Engine power increased by 5%.
  • Increased braking efficiency.
  • Change of driving mode shortened from 0.2 to 0.1s.
  • Reduced debuff caused by wheel damage.
  • Increased maneuverability in travel mode at low speeds.
  • Magazine reload time reduced from 10.3 to 9.5s.
Exact changes:

Dynamics:

  • Engine power changed from 500 to 525HP (+ 5%).
  • The braking efficiency and – to some extent – the acceleration efficiency (as a side effect) have been improved.
  • Change of driving mode shortened from 0.2 to 0.1s.
  • Players complained that the vehicle lacked dynamics in specific cases. At the same time, however, some emphasized the large inertia of the vehicle (too weak brakes).
  • Increasing the power of the engine has a rather cosmetic effect, while the braking force has been improved noticeably.
  • The change time between driving modes has been shortened, which allows you to lose less speed when changing the mode during movement.

Wheel damage:

  • Debuff (increased resistance) from the damaged wheel has been reduced.
  • The level to which the wheels are repaired automatically has been set to 100%.
  • The speed of automatic wheel repair has been reduced.
  • Players complained about a drastic decrease in vehicle dynamics even when only two wheels were damaged. In fact, damage to one or two wheels did not have much impact during fast driving. Meanwhile, acceleration even with one damaged wheel was too weak. Debuff reduction from single wheel damage has an almost imperceptible effect at high speeds, while it effectively improves acceleration when one or two wheels are damaged.
  • Setting automatic wheel repair to some extent reduces the chance of damage to the wheel, thereby increasing the severity of damage to each one of the vehicle’s wheels.

Maneuverability:

  • Steering wheel speed increased.
  • The maximum angle of tilting of the wheels when the forward drive key is not pressed is increased.
  • The degree of throttle opening during turning at low speeds (using the A and D keys, without W-red.) has been increased.
  • The maximum speed for which the above effect is set to 20km / h.
  • The vehicle required better maneuverability at low speeds in the travel mode. At speeds greater than 20km / h, the base maneuverability remained almost unchanged except increased responsiveness to turns (due to accelerated wheel rotation) and the possibility of tighter turning after releasing the forward key. Maneuverability in fast mode remained unchanged. Thus, we achieved greater separation between driving modes.

Battle performance:

  • Magazine reload time reduced from 10.3 to 9.5s (-8%)
  • Adding the third shell to the magazine, as asked many players seemed inappropriate. The current configuration of the magazine encourages players to play safe, firing both missiles at once and retreating to a safe position for reloading. Instead, the efficiency of the magazine has been slightly improved by reducing the reload time.
  • Increasing the range of view also seemed illogical, because the combat potential of this vehicle is rather large at the moment, because it combines in a cheerful way the characteristics that help in the active game.

Other:

  • The engine parameters have been adjusted (not perceptible to players).
  • The suspension stiffness parameters have been increased (this will reduce the damage from falls when the vehicle lands on the wheels).
  • The grip has been improved (reducing the chance of slipping at high speeds).

source – rykoszet.info

Dopo i test, è stato deciso di introdurre modifiche e correzioni al primo veicolo a ruote premium francese di livello VIII. Queste modifiche verranno introdotte già nel test pubblico dell’aggiornamento 1.4 ed è possibile che siano soggette a ulteriori cambiamenti.

Modifiche in breve:
  • La potenza del motore è aumentata del 5%.
  • Aumento dell’efficienza frenante.
  • Cambio della modalità di guida abbreviato da 0,2 a 0,1 s.
  • Penalità ridotta causata da danni alla ruota.
  • Maggiore manovrabilità in modalità di viaggio a basse velocità.
  • Il tempo di ricarica dell’autoloader è stato ridotto da 10,3 a 9,5 secondi.
Modifiche esatte:
Dinamica:
  • La potenza del motore è stata modificata da 500 a 525 HP (+ 5%).
  • L’efficienza di frenata e, in parte, l’efficienza di accelerazione (come effetto collaterale) sono state migliorate.
  • Cambio della modalità di guida abbreviato da 0,2 a 0,1 s.
  • I giocatori si sono lamentati del fatto che il veicolo mancasse di dinamica in casi specifici. Allo stesso tempo, tuttavia, alcuni hanno sottolineato la grande inerzia del veicolo (freni troppo deboli).
  • Aumentare la potenza del motore ha un effetto piuttosto cosmetico, mentre la forza frenante è stata notevolmente migliorata.
  • Il tempo di cambio tra le modalità di guida è stato ridotto, il che consente di perdere meno velocità quando si cambia modalità durante il movimento.
Danni alla ruota:
  • Debuff (resistenza aumentata) dalla ruota danneggiata è stato ridotto.
  • Il livello a cui le ruote vengono riparate automaticamente è stato impostato al 100%.
  • La velocità della riparazione automatica della ruota è stata ridotta.
  • I giocatori si sono lamentati di una drastica diminuzione della dinamica del veicolo anche quando solo due ruote sono state danneggiate. In effetti, il danneggiamento di una o due ruote non ha avuto molto impatto durante la guida veloce. Nel frattempo, l’accelerazione anche con una ruota danneggiata era troppo debole. La riduzione del debuff dai danni alla ruota singola ha un effetto quasi impercettibile alle alte velocità, mentre migliora efficacemente l’accelerazione quando una o due ruote sono danneggiate.
  • L’impostazione della riparazione automatica della ruota riduce in un certo modo la possibilità di danneggiare la ruota, aumentando in tal modo la gravità dei danni a ciascuna delle ruote del veicolo.
Manovrabilità:
  • La velocità del volante è aumentata.
  • aumentato l’angolo massimo di inclinazione delle ruote quando il tasto di marcia avanti non viene premuto.
  • Il grado di apertura della valvola a farfalla durante la svolta a bassa velocità (utilizzando i tasti A e D, senza W-rosso) è stato aumentato.
  • La velocità massima per cui l’effetto sopra riportato è impostato su 20 km / h.
  • Il veicolo ha richiesto una migliore manovrabilità a basse velocità nella modalità di viaggio. A velocità superiori a 20 km / h, la manovrabilità di base è rimasta pressoché invariata, tranne una maggiore reattività alle virate (a causa della rotazione accelerata delle ruote) e la possibilità di una sterzata più stretta dopo aver rilasciato la chiave di avanzamento. La manovrabilità in modalità veloce è rimasta invariata. Pertanto, abbiamo ottenuto una maggiore separazione tra le modalità di guida.
Performance in battaglia:

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  • Tempo di ricarica dell’autoloader ridotto da 10,3 a 9,5 secondi (-8%)
  • Aggiungendo il terzo proiettile alla cartuccia, come richiesto molti giocatori sembrava inappropriato. L’attuale configurazione della cartuccia incoraggia i giocatori a giocare in sicurezza, sparando entrambi i proettili contemporaneamente e ritirandosi in una posizione sicura per ricaricarli. Invece, l’efficienza della cartuccia è stata leggermente migliorata riducendo il tempo di ricarica.
  • Aumentare il raggio di osservazione sembrava anche illogico, perché il potenziale di combattimento di questo veicolo è piuttosto grande al momento, perché combina in modo allegro le caratteristiche che aiutano nel gioco attivo.
Altro:
  • I parametri del motore sono stati regolati (non percepibili dai giocatori).
  • I parametri di rigidità delle sospensioni sono stati aumentati (questo ridurrà il danno da cadute quando il veicolo atterra sulle ruote).
  • La presa è stata migliorata (riducendo la possibilità di scivolare ad alte velocità).
Panhard EBR
An EBR Mle 51 re-armed with the 90 mm low-pressure gun displayed at the National Tank Monument in Berry-au-Bac.
Typewheeled reconnaissance vehicle, Armoured car
Place of originFrance
Service history
Used byFrench Army
Indonesian Army
Portuguese Army
WarsAlgerian War
Portuguese Colonial War
Indonesia-Malaysia Confrontation
Sand War
Production history
DesignerPanhard
ManufacturerPanhard
Produced1951-1960
No. built1179
VariantsEBR-ETT (APC)
Specifications
Massfrom 12.7 tonnes (14.0 short tons; 12.5 long tons) to 13 tonnes (14 short tons; 13 long tons)
Length6.15 m (20 ft 2 in)
Width2.42 m (7 ft 11 in)
Height2.24 m (7 ft 4 in)
2.32 m (7 ft 7 in) (eight wheels deployed)
Crew4; driver, commander, gunner and rear driver
ArmorTurret front 40 mm (sloped)
Turret sides 25 mm
Hull front 20 mm (sloped)
Hull sides 15 mm
Mle 51: SA 49 75mm rifled gun (56 rnds)
Mle 54: SA 50 75mm high-velocity rifled gun (36 rnds)
Mle 51 revalorisé: CN90 F2 90mm low-pressure gun (43 rnds)
Secondary
armament
3× 7.5 mm MAC31 Reibel machine guns most common, sometimes 4 x 7.5 mm MGs
4× DREB smoke dischargers
EnginePanhard 12 H 6000 S flat-twelve gasoline engine
200 hp at 3700 RPM
Power/weight15.6 hp/tonne
Transmissiontwo 4-speed tandem-mounted gearboxes providing a total of 16 different gear ratios[1]
Suspensioncoil springs and hydropneumatic, 8×8
Ground clearance340 to 420 mm
Fuel capacity370 l
700 km (430 mi)[2]
Maximum speed up to 115 km/h (71 mph)[2]
75 km/h (47 mph) to 85 km/h (53 mph) on secondary roads
10 km/h (6.2 mph) to 25 km/h (16 mph) on rough and uneven terrain[1]
Steering
system
front and rear axle

The Panhard EBR (Panhard Engin Blindé de Reconnaissance, French: Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle) is an armoured car designed by Panhard for the French Army and later used across the globe, notably by the French Army during the Algerian War and the Portuguese Army during the Portuguese Colonial War in Angola, Mozambique and Guinea-Bissau.

Development history[edit]

The EBR is an 8x8 wheeled reconnaissance vehicle based on the previous Panhard AM 40 P/Model 201, a light armoured car born before the Second World War, but remained only at prototype level. After the war the new contest for a postwar armoured car saw the Panhard proposal as winner against other two French firms. While the two basic concepts developed with the M.201 were retained (8 wheels and oscillating turret), the new armoured car was a new project, much heavier (13 t vs 8), with a larger crew (4 vs 2) and a 75 mm gun (vs 25 mm). Other innovations included new anti-bullet tyres, very sloped armour, and double machine guns inside the hull nose and aft. The production only started after several years of testing, as Modele 51 in 1950 (limited production), followed by full production in 1954 with over 1200 vehicles being manufactured until 1960. While being lightly armoured, the EBR was armed with the 90 mm FL-11 or 75 mm cannon known as the FL-10 or L/48, in a novel oscillating turret and supported by up to four 7.5 mm machine guns: one coaxial with the main gun, one operated by the driver, one by the co-driver, and one by the commander, though the latter was not found on all EBRs. The EBR had a crew of four (including two in the turret),[3] and was powered by a 200 hp (150 kW) 6 liter[4] 12HD horizontally opposedair-cooled12-cylinder engine (with dual carburetors and 6.6:1 compression, enabling it to run on low-octanepetrol).[4] Based on Panhard's two-cylinder automobile engine, it was mounted under the floor of the fighting compartment, which had the unfortunate effect of requiring the turret to be removed to conduct major engine repairs.[4]

Designed in 1951 by Panhard, OBE[clarification needed] used a symmetrical front and rear with two driver positions. The EBR can reach speeds of 100 km/h (62 mph) on 14 in (36 cm)-wide, 24 in (61 cm)-diameter wheels with Michelin tyres and Veil-Picard tubes, which feature a series of nitrogen-filled cells, enabling them to absorb bullet hits and not go flat.[4] The armoured hull is mounted on an 8-wheel drive, with 4 inner metal wheels, which can be raised for driving on the road. The four central wheels have aluminum rims with steel grousers, separated by rubber blocks;[4] with all eight wheels deployed, ground pressure is only 0.7 kg (1.5 lb) per 1 cm2 (0.16 in2).[4]

The 1954 model improves armaments with a lengthened 75 mm barrel, giving a muzzle velocity of 1000 m/s. Finally, the 1963 version further strengthens firepower with a 90 mm gun. An armoured personnel carrier derivative known as the Engin Transport de Troupes (ETT) was produced for export, but only 28 were ever produced (for Portugal).[5]

Service history[edit]

France has, since 1935, engaged in the manufacture and use of a prolific line of wheeled armored reconnaissance vehicles armed with weapons with an anti-tank capability. This being the result of reforms initiated by the Light Mechanized Divisions (DLM).

French tactical doctrine required reconnaissance elements to cover and range over a large and extensive battlefield, especially within the context of the slow and high-maintenance tanks of the time. Also of note is the way that tanks are best deployed, massed and concentrated, which prevents their dispersion for safety and for screening.

It is a particular trait of French reconnaissance vehicles to be heavily armed. From the prewar MD 178 armed with an anti-tank gun of 25 mm, (which was for the period a significant caliber for such a small vehicle) to the direct successor of the EBR, the AMX 10 RC, also used for wheeled reconnaissance, and armed with a powerful 105 mm gun with automatic firing, firepower equal to a main battle tank of the 1980s. A pattern repeated in the AML 90 and the ERC 90 Sagaie.

These reconnaissance systems are not only aimed at discovery and investigation (missions that can be fulfilled by lighter vehicles with lighter weapons), but also with security missions upon the battlefield (for example flank-security and offensive protection) which requires a substantial firepower not only to destroy the enemy advance elements, but also to oppose armoured incursions.

A turretless Panhard EBR vehicle carried the coffin of the late French president Charles de Gaulle at his state funeral.[6][7]

Portugal ordered 50 EBRs and 28 ETTs in 1956.[5] After the outbreak of the Portuguese Colonial War, most of these vehicles were sent to Portuguese oversea territories for counter-insurgency operations, especially Portuguese Mozambique.[5] During the Carnation Revolution, an EBR 75 FL10 of the Armed Forces Movement confronted an M47 Patton crewed by loyalist troops in the Praça do Comércio.[5] The crews of both vehicles eventually stood down without incident.[5]Eve online 2003.

Aside from Portugal and a few newly emerging Francophone states in North Africa, the only export sales of the EBR were a few small quantities produced for the Indonesian Army and the West German Bundesgrenzschutz.[5]

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Ebr 75 War Thunder

Characteristics[edit]

  • Crew: 4 men (1 vehicle commander, 1 gunner, 1 driver, 1 rear driver)
  • Length: 6.15 m
  • Width: 2.42 m
  • Height: 2.24 m
  • Weight with combat: 13 tons
  • Horsepower: 200 hp
  • Range: 630 km
  • Road speed: 115 km / h
  • Tanks: 380 l
  • Fuel consumption: 50l / 100 km
  • Ammunition: 56 rounds (75 mm) or 43 rounds (90 mm)[4]

Weaponry[edit]

  • Main armament (version 1951): 1 Canon 75 mm SA 49 (Vo 600 m / s)
  • Main armament (version 1954): 1 Canon 75 mm SA 50 (Vo 1000 m / s)
  • Main armament (version 1963): 1 Canon 90 mm model D921/F1 (Vo 750 m / s)
  • Secondary armament: 3 machine guns of 7.5 mm, shipper magazines of 149 cartridges 1 inert.

Operators[edit]

Map with Panhard EBR operators in red
  • France[8]
  • Indonesia[5]
  • Mauritania: 15[9]
  • Morocco: 36;[9] 27 operational in 2009.[10]
  • Portugal: 51[9]
  • Tunisia: 15[9]
  • West Germany[5]

Gallery[edit]

Ebr 75 War Thunder Game

See also[edit]

War Thunder Ebr Event

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ abPetit, Pierre (May–June 2013). 'EBR - Engin Blindé de Reconnaissance'. Trucks & Tanks (37): 2à–39.
  2. ^ abCentre de Documentation sur les Engins Blindés. Les chars français du Musée des Blindés (in French). Association des Amis du Musée des Blindés. p. 29.
  3. ^Ogorkiewicz, R. M. AFV Weapons Profile 039 Panhard Armoured Cars (Windsor, Berks: Profile Publications).
  4. ^ abcdefgOgorkiewicz.
  5. ^ abcdefghDunstan, Simon (2019). Panhard Armoured Car: AML 60, AML 90, Eland. Haynes Manuals. pp. 26–27, 124–125. ISBN978-1-78521-194-2.
  6. ^'Archived copy'. Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 2013-11-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  7. ^http://www.avbf.fr/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/char-EBR.jpg
  8. ^David Jordan (2005). The History of the French Foreign Legion: From 1831 to Present Day (2005 ed.). Amber Books Ltd. pp. 181–185. ISBN1-59228-768-9.
  9. ^ abcd'Trade Registers'. Armstrade.sipri.org. Retrieved 2013-06-20.
  10. ^Nerguizian, Aram; Cordesman, Anthony (2009). The North African Military Balance: Force Developments in the Maghreb. Washington DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies Press. p. 27. ISBN978-089206-552-3.

References[edit]

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  • Duncan Crow & Robert J. Icks, Encyclopaedia of Armoured Cars
  • Ogorkiewicz, R. M. AFV Weapons Profile 039 Panhard Armoured Cars. Windsor, Berks: Profile Publications.

External links[edit]

  • Gun Toting Car Goes 70 M.P.H. Forward or Back July 1952 Popular Mechanics

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