Falco Posted May 30, 2018 Report Share Posted May 30, 2018 Hi all. Warning, long post. I've been working on the calculations behind TAS. Getting very close to the correct numbers I think. For those interested: Effective TAS value per plane = TASrating*TasBonus*RangePenalty*Effectiveness*XPBonus TASrating: From Vic info on planes TasBonus: Number as shown on Battle report (TA bonus + General bonus) RangePenalty: 1.2-range/Maxrange Effectiveness: nr planes/max nr planes XPBonus: green 80%, etc Add numbers together for the TAS of the force. Multiple with the SeasonMod and with (1- FlakPercentage) SeasonMod: From -50% in winter to +50% Flakpercentage: number as shown on Battle reports. This gets you the overall TAS for the force, which needs to be divided by the number of groups in the force, to get a effective TAS value per group. From here you do damage on Units. Pick a random unit in the target force and do: TAS value per group/(Factor*Toughness) % damage on that unit. Factor: 6 Toughness: (OFFvalue+DEFvalue)*(1+Bonus)*(1+XP) and divide this by DMS value. Bonus: All training + General bonus added together So I've put all this info in an Excel sheet and I'm getting consistent results. All numbers seem to add up, for most battles. But I need more data, so I'm looking for people who are interested in helping me correct the last few details. This means entering lots of TAS results into the sheet and checking if the resulting numbers are correct. To be able to do so, you'll need a computer running an up to date version of MS Excel, to be able to use the xlsx file. Info from the attacker is quite simple, you need to know the range, season and info from the Battle report. Info on the defender is more difficult, as you need to know Tech (not always in BR), General (always in BR), army def option if in city (DD or HD), Army training (get info from landbattles against enemy), and the fort level, if in a city (province forts don't give protection as far as I've seen). If anyone is willing to try this out, it will certainly help in getting the correct formula. Contact me, or leave your name in the topic if you're interested. Cheers, Falco Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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