inertia dampeners of large ship fail to achieve "neutral buoyancy" in planetary gravity if...

/dev/null shared this bug 14 months ago
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SE 1.187.101:


Inertia dampeners of large ship A fail to achieve "neutral buoyancy" in planetary gravity, when another ship B was landing-gear-locked onto it, while A had locked landing gears


(1) lock the landing gears of a large atmospheric ship A

(2) lock a small atmospheric ship B onto A using B's landing gears

(3) depower B (probably not necessary to reproduce)

(4) take off with A


Result: The inertia dampeners of A will fail to achieve "neutral buoyancy".


This will NOT occur when at the moment B locked onto A, the landing gears of A were NOT locked.


https://youtu.be/rkLIAqGAgf4

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this also happens to me when simply placing a small grid on another grid. - like a rover on a ship.


looks like it has to do with the number of sub-grids on the landed ship/rover. - if i lock it all up and then lock to the ship it works better.

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So in other words, the large grid recalculating its mass seems to work only when the large grid is not locked at the time of attachement

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Similar problem Here. I have a drill who can connect through its connector to a jumpdrive (the server I play on disallowed merge block). When the drill is connected to the jumpdrive, the whole contraption is harder to manoeuver in space and in a gravity field, the whole thing has a tendency to go down slowly by itself.

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It is for any grid that relies on another grid to stay afloat in gravity, rotor, landing gear, connector, piston, wheel.

I believe it is proportional to the mass of each grid in question, as if the game just fails to consider the force the other grid adds to it.