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VAE Type B — Tier I Chinese light tank

VAE Type B

I
Cost
  • 0
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Parameters

Compare tank's parameters with others from:
250
HP
3 / 6
242.0
View range
4 / 6
Firepower
Shell
359
DPM
2 / 6
51
Penetration
1 / 6
40
Damage
1 / 6
1
Devices/crew damage
3 / 6
Burst damage
— / —
825
Velocity
3 / 6
25.49%
Penetration loss over distance
3 / 6
Explosion radius
— / —
DPM
— / —
Penetration
— / —
Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
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Explosion radius
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DPM
— / —
Penetration
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Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
— / —
Explosion radius
— / —
DPM
— / —
Penetration
— / —
Damage
— / —
Devices/crew damage
— / —
Burst damage
— / —
Velocity
— / —
%
Penetration loss over distance
— / —
Explosion radius
— / —
45.0
Caliber
1 / 6
8.97
Rate of fire
5 / 6
6.69
Reload time
3 / 4
0.00
Magazin reload time
— / —
Magazine size
— / —
Shell reload time
— / —
Gun handling
1.92
Base aim time
3 / 6
0.393
Dispersion
1 / 6
Dispersion factors
0.170
When moving
1 / 6
0.170
When rotating
1 / 6
0.140
When rotating turret
4 / 6
4.000
After shot
5 / 6
Gun angles
8°
Depression
4 / 6
25°
Elevation
1 / 6
180°/180°
Aiming arc (left / right)
1 / 6
43.81
Turret traverse speed
4 / 6
Mobility
7.45
Weight
6 / 6
Speed
35
Forward
5 / 6
15
Backward
3 / 6
Effective Power / Weight ratio
14.22
On hard terrain
4 / 6
12.93
On medium terrain
3 / 6
10.16
On soft terrain
3 / 6
Traverse speed
47.86
On hard terrain
2 / 6
43.51
On medium terrain
2 / 6
34.19
On soft terrain
2 / 6
4.18m×1.76m×1.72m
Size
1 / 6

Armor profile

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Primary armor
  • 64–80
  • 48–64
  • 32–48
  • 16–32
  • 0–16
Spaced armor
  • 64–80
  • 48–64
  • 32–48
  • 16–32
  • 0–16
Weak
Strong
Chances of getting penetrated from 100m distance by average tank of given type:
  • — less than 30%
  • — between 30% and 70%
  • — more than 70%

Armor performance

Based on tank position, enemy tank type and shells
In battle vs:
Head on
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
From the side
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
From the back
AP
APP
HE
HEP
AP
APP
HE
HEP
Historical Reference

Developed in 1928 by J. V. Carden and V. Loyd. The vehicle never entered service in Great Britain. However, it was exported to other countries, including China. In 1937, twenty vehicles of this type fought against Japanese troops at Shanghai. Soviet Vickers-based T-26 vehicles were also exported to China, and 82 vehicles of that type were deployed in South China and Birma in 1941–1942.

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