Monarch Variant

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Galaxy Class - Monarch Variant
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*Faction: Federation
*Operational Status: Currently in Service
*Production Status: In Production
*Registry Range: NCC 96---
Design Specifications
*Type: Exploration and Fleet Support
*Overall Length: 512 Meters
*Beam: 340 Meters
*Draft: 168 Meters
*Mass: 2.540.000 Metric Tons
*Decks: 25
Designed Capacities
*Crew Compliment: 350
*Life Support Capacity: 8500
*Auxiliary Craft: 56 in total
Tactical Systems
*Armament: 14 Phaser Arrays, 8 Torpedo Launchers
Engineering Specifications
*Warp Engines: TPG Dilithium Focus Chamber
*Sublight Engines: Galaxy Class Mass Drivers
*Cruising Speed: Warp 7
*Maximum Speed: Warp 7.5 for 20 Minutes


UFS SHIPS OF THIS CLASS

USS Monarch - Monarch Variant

STARSHIP DESIGN STATISTICS

  • Length :: 512 m
  • Beam :: 340 m
  • Draft :: 168 m
  • Displacement :: 2.540.000 Metric Tons
  • Cargo Capacity :: Mission Dependent
  • Hull Composition:: Ablative Tetraburnium Alloy Hull
  • Decks :: 25
  • Officers :: 215
  • Crew :: 350
  • Evacuation Capacity :: 8.500
  • Detachable saucer section

PROPULSION SYSTEMS

WARP (Whole Ship/Stardrive Section)

  • Warp Reactor Type :: TPG Dilithium Focus Chamber
  • Power Output :: 308 PW
  • Ejectable core: Yes
  • Easy install spare cores: 1
  • Nacelle Configuration :: Straight Pylons
  • Maximum Cruising Velocity :: Warp 8.7
  • Maximum Velocity :: Warp 9.2 for 20 min

WARP (Saucer Section)

  • Warp Reactor Type :: TPG Dilithium Focus Chamber
  • Power Output :: 80 PW
  • Nacelle Configuration :: Built into and flush with saucer exterior
  • Deflector :: Built into and flush with saucer exterior
  • Maximum Cruising Velocity :: Warp 7
  • Maximum Velocity :: Warp 7.5 for 20 min

IMPULSE SYSTEM

  • Number of Engines :: 4 (2 on saucer section, 2 on stardrive section)
  • Power Source :: Standard Galaxy Class Mass Drivers
  • Number of Auxiliary Power Reactors :: 2
  • Power Output :: 40 GW each
  • Maximum Standard Impulse Velocity :: 0.25 c
  • Maximum Impulse Velocity :: 0.75 c

THRUSTER SYSTEMS

  • Type :: Version 4 Magneto-Hydrodynamic Gas-Fusion
  • Saucer section :: 12 (6 main, 6 auxiliary), Output :: 2.0 Million Newtons each
  • Stardrive section :: 22 (6 main, 6 auxiliary, 10 vernier), Output :: 3.2 Million Newtons each

QUANTUM SLIPSTREAM

Quantum Slipstream (QSS) is a technology that can be used when very fast speeds are necessary. QSS can be used either in whole ship mode or by the stardrive section when the saucer has been detached. The saucer section when detached does not have QSS mode.

The QSS drive itself does not require anti-matter to operate, but there are large inherent instabilities and gravimetric shear that must be dealt with when using the current QSS technology. The Monarch uses the power from its main warp core to achieve the stability required for safe operation and to project a structural integrity field out ahead of the ship. This takes a great deal of power. To enter QSS mode, the Monarch's warp core must be in top-notch condition and be capable of outputting 120% of its continuous output power. At this power level, the maximum time the Monarch can stay in QSS mode is 10 minutes before the warp core overheats and must be given a rest. However, during this ten minute period significant distances can be traveled when compared to standard warp drive. For example, QSS can travel 20 ly in 10 minutes while warp 9 would take 4.8 days. This makes QSS mode ideal for rescue missions where time is of the essence.

QSS Speed (depends on the path taken)

1) Making a new path: 2 ly/min

2) Using an existing path laid down within 3 days: 300 ly/min

3) Using a Borg/Fed type hub system: 2.400 ly/min

TACTICAL SYSTEMS

PHASERS

  • Type :: XIV
  • Number of arrays :: 14 (6 on saucer, 8 on stardrive)
  • Strength and Power Output :: 88 GW each
  • Effective Range :: 1.800.000 km

TORPEDO SYSTEMS

  • Complement :: 200 Mk IX Photon Torpedoes, 90 Mk III Quantum Torpedoes
  • Number of Forward Launchers :: 4 (2 on saucer, 2 on stardrive)
  • Number of Aft Launchers :: 4 (2 on saucer, 2 on stardrive)
  • Range :: 5.000.000 km

SHIELDS

  • Redundant Symmetrical Subspace Graviton Field (Regenerative Shields Technology)
  • Number of Grids : 12 (6 on saucer, 6 on stardrive)
  • Power Output : 8.200 GW
  • Shield Range : 12 m from Hull
  • Frequency Range : 65% of EM Spectrum
  • Regenerative shielding quickly analyses an attacking weapon's frequency and then modulates the shield frequency to decrease damage without depleting shield energy.

SENSOR SYSTEMS

NAVIGATIONAL SENSORS

  • Number :: 350 Sensor Assemblies
  • Type :: Multi-Modal
  • Range :: 22 ly
  • Each sensor assembly includes:
    • Quasar Telescope
    • Wide-angle IR Source Tracker
    • Narrow-angle IR-UV-Gamma Ray Imager
    • Passive Subspace Multi-beacon Receiver
    • Stellar Graviton Detectors
    • High-Energy Charged Particle Detectors
    • Galactic Plasma Wave Cartographic Processor
    • Federation Timebase Beacon Receiver
    • Stellar Pair Coordinate Imager

TACTICAL SENSORS

  • Number :: 52
  • Type :: Multi-Modal
  • Range :: 22 ly for low to medium resolution, 7 ly for high resolution

LATERAL SENSOR ARRAYS

  • 144 Dedicated Pallet Positions (24 suites of six standard sensor pallets)
  • 140 Mission Specific or Pallet Upgrade Positions are available
  • Each standard sensor pallet contains:
    • Wide-angle EM radiation imaging scanner
    • Quark population analysis counter
    • Z-range particulate spectrometry sensor
    • High-energy proton spectrometry cluster
    • Gravimetric distortion mapping scanner
    • Steerable life-form analysis instrument cluster
    • Active magnetic interferometry scanner
    • Low-frequency EM flux sensor
    • Localized subspace field stress sensor
    • Parametric subspace field stress sensor
    • Hydrogen-filter subspace flux scanner
    • Linear calibration subspace flux sensor
    • Variable band optical imaging cluster
    • Virtual aperture graviton flux spectrometer
    • High-resolution graviton flux spectrometer
    • Very low energy graviton spin polarimeter
    • Passive imaging gamma interferometry sensor
    • Low-level thermal imaging sensor
    • Fixed angle gamma frequency counter
    • Virtual particle mapping camera

LONG RANGE SENSOR ARRAY

  • Number : 9 Dedicated, 15 Mission Specific or Upgrade
  • Type : Multi-Modal Mk.IV
  • Range : 22 ly (light year) for low to medium resolution, 7 ly for high resolution
  • The Standard (dedicated) Primary Long Range Instruments include:
    • Wide-angle active EM scanner
    • Narrow-angle active EM scanner
    • 2 meter diameter gamma ray telescope
    • Variable frequency EM flux sensor
    • Life-form analysis instrument cluster
    • Parametric subspace field stress sensor
    • Gravimetric distortion scanner
    • Passive neutrino imaging scanner
    • Thermal imaging array

Note: LR sensors require about 5.3 min/ly to receive results back

MAIN NAVIGATIONAL DEFLECTOR (Whole Ship or Stardrive only mode)

  • Location: At the front of the fuselage of the stardrive section
  • Type :: Molybdenum & Duranium Mesh
  • Power :: Two Graviton Polarity Generators Mk.IV
  • Output :: 272 GW
  • Field Strength :: 625 milli-Cochranes

NAVIGATIONAL DEFLECTOR (Saucer detached)

  • Location: Built into the front of the saucer and flush with the exterior of the saucer
  • Type :: Molybdenum & Duranium Mesh
  • Power :: Two Graviton Polarity Generators Mk.IV
  • Output :: 120 GW
  • Field Strength :: 300 milli-Cochranes

TRACTOR BEAMS

Main Tractor Beams

  • Power :: Four 15 GW Multi-phase Graviton Polarity Sources (3 on stardrive, 1 on saucer section)
  • Field Strength :: 480 milli-Cochranes
  • Minimum Range :: 126 Million Metric Tons at 2 km
  • Maximum Range :: 1 Metric Ton at 30.000 km
  • Object Size Range :: Up to 920 m

Main Shuttle Bay Tractor Beam (Short range)

  • Power :: 1 GW Multi-phase Graviton Polarity Source
  • Field Strength :: 31 milli-Cochranes
  • Minimum Range :: 8.0 Million Metric Tons for 0 to 2 km
  • Maximum Range :: 40.000 Metric Tons at 10 km
  • Object Size Range :: Up to 920 m (13x19x24 m maximum if object is pulled into the shuttle bay)


TRANSPORTERS

The Monarch has three transporter platforms with six pads on each platform, for a total of 18 pads. One platform is located in the main transporter room and one is in each of the two shuttle bays. Each platform has a personnel mode and a cargo mode. When in personnel mode, up to 6 persons (or equivalent weights/sizes) can be transported simultaneously. When in cargo mode, only one set of cargo objects can be transported at a time by the platform.

Personnel Mode

  • Payload :: 1.000 kg/pad
  • Range :: 40.000 km
  • Operations/h :: 100/h

Cargo Mode

  • Payload :: 40 Metric Tons/platform
  • Range :: 40.000 km
  • Operations/h :: 100 operations/h


COMPUTERS

The Monarch has a triply redundant computer system. Each computer system is capable of running the entire ship. Two systems are located in the saucer section and one in the stardrive section of the ship.

Each computer system has the following specifications:

  • Type :: AC-24 Bio-Neural Super-System
  • Version :: LCARS 7.1
  • Storage Capacity :: 5.150 Mega-Quads
  • Processing Speed :: 980.000 Exa-FLOPS

COMMUNICATIONS

  • Short range using RF: 3.200.000 km (Note: RF operates a the speed of light so it has a one-way comm delay of one second per 300.000 km)
  • Long range: 26 ly for real-time transmission using Federation relays
  • Transmission Capacity : 60 K-Quads/s
  • Transmission Speed (not using Federation relays): Warp 9.9997 (2.64 min/ly)
  • Combadge to Combadge range: 500 km (if not assisted by a ship or other means)

SUPPORT CRAFT

Shuttle Bays :: 2

CRAFT MANIFEST

  • 6 Type 7A Shuttlecraft, Warp 5, 2 crew, 6 passengers
  • 4 Type 9C Cargo Shuttle, Warp 4, 2-crew
  • 8 Ocelot Raider fighters, pilot only
  • 2 Science Research shuttles, pilot and 2 crew
  • 3 Medical shuttles, Seats 5 and 3 patients (bio-beds)
  • 14 Shuttle 12, Warp 7, Passengers mode: 3 crew & 11 passengers, Cargo Mode: 3 crew & 8 passengers
  • 6 Calliope Spacecraft, seats 12
  • 3 Concordia Heavy Shuttlecraft, seats 5
  • 10 Work Bees, pilot only
  • 50 Escape Pods, 1 seat