Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

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Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Tavish McFini » 2008-11-30 23:48

Purpose: To create a new weapon system that is able to completely bypass shielding and give NIF ships an edge in combat. In a galaxy full of turbolasers, proton torpedoes and shields, new, different weapon systems are always in need to give on side an advantage to help minimize friendly casualties in war.

Application: Having sifted through much data from the recovered Gorgon, the MCPS is one project that shows promise. The device would be fitted to warships, probably the size of medium cruisers or larger.

Technical Description: The MCPS is a device that turns metals into powder through a molecular reaction on a sub-atomic level. Due to the change, structural strength would be vastly weakened as bonds are destroyed and loosened, causing fractures and failures that could destroy an entire ship. Due to the new nature of this weapon, it's unsure whether or not this device will be able to turn an entire ship into powder or only parts of it, only the technical schematics exist aboard the Gorgon.

One prototype was created when the Maw Installation existed however, it is believed lost after it's subsequent destruction at the hands of the NR. Unofficial reports state that, during the attack against the installation, the prototype was fired once against an NR ship with great success. While the NR might have already been exposed to this weapon, they very well might believe it's lost through the destruction of the Installation and the turmoils since then and, hence, have probably completely forgotten about it.

Weaknesses: Being new technology and grounds, prototyping and testing will be both time consuming and expensive. It will take some time before the technology is perfected and produced on a mass scale. Also, this device is meant to affect metal and while metal makes up the bulk of spaceship material (especially in hulls), should plastics or ceramic coatings be used, it's uncertain whether or not the MCPS will be able to bypass them as easily as shields in order to affect the ship.

Against organics, this device also fails to do any damage so living tissue, rock, water and other living organisms will not be affected by this device.

Project Schedule: First the technical schematics must be looked at and reviewed and everyone on the project must attain a firm understanding of the technology and principles at work. This is estimated to take anywhere between 1 to 2 months.

Next, a working prototype must be constructed. Several might be necessary in the event of incomplete or damaged schematics. Estimated time needed: 2 to 6 months.

Once a working prototype is made, depending on sizes, power consumption, efficiencies etc., make necessary tweeks and changes until satisfactory result is achieved. Goal: be able to mount MCPS on an ISD with minimal sacrifice to its current, standard capabilities and be able to retrofit it in large numbers if necessary. Estimated time needed: 6 months to a year or more.

Proposed Upgrades: Be able to modify the device to affect more than just metal. Since most weapons start off the size of small moons, shrink the MCPS down to something capable of being fitted on a frigate or smaller, possibly even a man-portable version to allow easy access through metal (blast) doors.

((OOC Notes: In case you're wondering, no, this isn't a Fini original idea... I wish it were but, apparently the latest novels in the SW saga {*SPOILERS* The one where Jacen Solo goes all Sith on people} have this weapon used. Details about it can be found here. Let's just say I'm starting the process early so we can have this device long before any outsider invasion ;) ))
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Re: Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Kane » 2008-12-10 13:57

At this point in time, no one can say if the MCPS is worth spending time and resources on. So for the time being, project stage one approved.
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Re: Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Tavish McFini » 2008-12-13 00:11

Standing in the lab, McFini read over the various datapads which were downloaded from the computers on his old ship, the Gorgon and transferred to the lab before reaching his hands now. An intern came across the idea for this project while reviewing the contents of all those files and thought this might give the navy something promising to work with since it was a weapon that completely bypassed shields.

While it's true we're always looking for newer and better weapons, I wonder how well this would work.

McFini was skeptical about the project. How was it possible to turn a slab of metal into nothing more than powder when a turbolaser could simply turn it to slag just as quickly and easily? The datapads didn't really have much detail about the "why" so much as they explained the "how" as in "how to assemble the device". Luckily, slightly more brilliants minds were hard at work on the theory behind the weapon and one of them burst into the room McFini was sitting in, looking as if he had discovered fire.

"We've figured it out sir!"

McFini raised an eyebrow in response.

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"As you can see, the phase shifter fires, for lack of a better term, a phase beam, which doesn't register as energy nor contains particles so it's able to completely bypass all known forms of shielding-"

"What about cloak?" McFini interrupted, figuring that he should pose the question now since it might go a long way with regards to another project he had going though it was stuck with some theoretical inconsistencies.

A collective silence fell over the scientists as they glanced at each other, the one controlling the slide show with the small remote only shrugging. "We don't know yet, they never really tested it on cloaking fields. Assuming we get clearance from IMEXCO to proceed to phase two, we can build a prototype and test that."

"Very well, let's focus then on getting us to phase two." The Admiral smiled as he leaned back in the chair, feeling like he was at the holotheater watching a documentary on something.

"Nyes... Let's..." The people skills of these intelligent individuals were sorely lacking. "Anyways, this phase beam, once it contacts the surface of a metal, any metal known in the table, is able to break many of the bonds that hold the atoms in place to form the metal, rendering it into something more akin to a metallic powder." He thought for a moment before figuring out a way to put it into simpler terms. "Think of it like when making flower, you use a grindstone to crush the wheat down, grinding and grinding until what comes out is a fine, brownish powder."

McFini gestured to the picture on the holo display which showed an animation of a slab of metal being hit with this beam and suddenly going from a smooth, metal slab into a mound of fine powder. "So basically, this device is a grindstone to pretty much all metals?"

"Exactly!" He was grinning from ear to ear, pleased so much that he could have taken the credit for the project himself had others not known better. "So, in a military application, since I know that's what all you people care about..." His assistant clicked the remote and a new animation appeared, this time of a Star Destroyer being hit by the phase beam which slowly broke the entire ship apart as the powdered hull floated off into space, sending all the people along with it.

It was hard for McFini not to wince as he mentally pictured the Intimidator being hit by such a beam. A lot of lives would be quickly snuffed out, almost as quickly as a planet busing superlaser. Which brought him to his next point but before he could get to that, the scientest showed another animation, this time of an AT-AT and TIE Fighter, both made out of metal and both affected the same way, they both crumbled into dust, quite literally, leaving only non-metallic components and the people alive. A final one showed a stormtrooper with his E-11 blaster carbine being hit by the beam. Only the blaster blew away from his hands while the armor, being made of ceramics, didn't leave him armorless.

"Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase 'eat my dust' eh?" he asked, not getting the intended response from the Admiral as he sat there in disbelief. "Since every war machine and weapon usually uses metal components, you can imagine how well this device might work. We can disarm entire armed riots without harming anyone! We could even clear out heavy metals from water if we went that far, the possibilities are endless!"

Amusing how he shows me pictures of walkers, TIEs and Star Destroyers being turned to dust and he goes on about cleaning water supplies... McFini wasn't one to notice much, but he noticed that. The scientists tried to sound humanitarian in their efforts but, truthfully, they only cared about making the discoveries, getting some honorable prize and a big credit payout for the rights. Whoever bought their idea, whatever it was used for, they cared little. "Okay, I'm convinced. What about if someone got the bright idea to layer some ceramic over the metal?"

To this, the scientists didn't have a good answer since no one had tested that yet but one of them had a theory. "It would have to be perfectly layered with no gaps or holes since the MCPS could simply go in the holes and affect the metal beneath it. It'd be like an exoskeleton for a bug if you threw it in a microwave. Well, in theory at least..."

"I didn't need that example," McFini winced again, wondering just how much time these guys had to experiment on stuff and what else they've done that he probably should never be made aware of. "Okay. What about power consumption and size?"

"Again, we're not sure, but, depending on the scope of damage, to completely disintegrate a Star Destroyer, you'd need a pretty huge power supply."

"How big?" McFini asked, his eyes widening when he heard the answer. "WHAT?!? You'd need a reactor the size of... of the Death Star itself to get that much power!!!"

"We know, but we wanted to show you what could be possible with limitless resources and time."

"So, basing ourselves back in cold, hard reality, what are we looking at and what's the tradeoffs?" McFini was seconds away from scrapping this project.

"If we used excess power on a regular Star Destroyer, or even replaced some weapon systems, we could probably turn large areas of a hull to dust. Remember, this weapon would fire like a turbolaser, once every, what is it, second?"

"Give or take..."

"Right, so you'd constantly have the MCPS hitting the hull of a ship, ignoring all shields, every second or so. While it won't have instant results as shown on the animations, it might be enough to cause massive structural flaws and weaknesses associated with poor metal quality and construction, causing the ship to break apart from things as simple as hairline fractures." He shrugged, "Of course, that's if what we're reading is true."

McFini thought long and hard about the possibilities. "Give me a copy of your findings. I'll report to Emperor Roscoe and see if we can get the necessary funding to get a working prototype so we can see just how far this baby can take us."
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Re: Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Tavish McFini » 2009-02-01 00:46

McFini stood along with dozens of other workers, technicians and scientists aboard the research ship. Separating them from an adjoining room was a thick transparisteel viewport. Inside that other room was a massive device that looked almost like a new TIE design, Force knew that plenty existed. It has a large, martini shaker body with four long fins at the thick end spreading back. The top end held some sort of translucent blue bulb which had many long spines sticking straight out of it. The whole device was sitting on its side, carefully perched upon a well constructed stand. Wires and cables ran all over, connecting from the cieling of the room to points all over the body.

"So that's the MCPS?" McFini asked, arms folded, looking unimpressed. It was roughly the size of a TIE Interdictor, maybe slightly larger, and about five meters longer if the spines and fins counted towards the total length. In terms of ship scale, it was larger than an ion cannon, housing included so when the time came to throw an armored shell around the device, it was going to be fairly massive. "Kind of big don't you think?"

Several people around the Admiral nodded their heads in agreement. One of them stepped upto the plate to try and alleviate what was not only his concerns but no doubt the concerns of any officer who might be dissuaded to use the MCPS by that fact alone. "We can probably shrink it down to something much smaller in the future, Admiral, but please remember that this is only our first working prototype. We don't even know if the Emperor or Supreme Commander is even going to allow us to proceed further with the project."

Someone from behind him also added his two credits. "We've haven't been terribly successful using computer simulations and because of the complexities and high need for sensitive components, we couldn't do small scale lab tests. So we've been forced to just build a prototype using what what little we had from the data recovered from the Maw Instillation. Our entire budget has been spent on building this one prototype."

The thought to personally use the funds from Third Fleet came to McFini's mind, a pet project so to speak. Unfortunately, credits weren't exactly plentiful as he had to repair the Intimidator, recover lost TIEs, get hold of more talented officers, weapons and otherwise keep his fleet in working condition, ready to respond. Shipbuilding was probably taking the biggest chunk of his budget and his policies regarding the maintenance of high morale didn't leave much in the end when all was said and done. Still, if this test today held any promise, than it was either going to send him into a tight spot at the next credit allocation or see a faster developed weapon which could be quickly adopted by the various fleets of the NIF.

"So does it work?" The ominous question came from the Admiral as he glanced around, hoping they had at least tested it before he got here. Seeing everyone glance away didn't make him feel terribly confidant right now. "No one knows?" He asked incredulously.

"We've had more problems putting this in than installing a 0.5 hyperdrive into a mouse droid!"

McFini blinked and opened his mouth to ask but deftly closed it again, having that suspicion that ignorance in this case was indeed bliss. Hesitating for a moment more, he finally turned his attention back to the MCPS. Smiling, he said cheerfully, "Well then, let's cross our fingers and hope it doesn't blow up horribly in our collective faces!"

A snapping of fingers later, a buzzer started to sound as red lights flashed in the room containing the MCPS. A massive bay door in front of it started to open. Beyond the door was the emptiness of space, a layer of shielding keeping the room under regular atmosphere conditions. Looming in space was a TIE Interceptor, fully powered and with its shields up and operational. It seemed that no one was willing to offer their ship for testing purposes and the NIF was in dire need of keeping as many of their vessels operational as possible, otherwise they were fed to the World Devastators or recycling plants to be converted to raw resources for new ships.

Power started to run to the device, sparks already flying from many of the connections between the wires and the sockets they were connected to. A loud humming noise, occasionally being overwhelmed by sudden, sharp pops, drowned out McFini's question regarding if this was normal. He couldn't even hear himself think it was that loud. More sparks flew and slowly a blue glow started to appear. As the glow got more intense, so did the frequency of the popping sounds.

I've stood on the bridge of many warships, staring right at turbolaser fire that you could swear was directed at me... But only now do I feel like diving for a crew pit. Someone tapped McFini's arm and a pair of large ear protectors were offered which he swiftly put on. He couldn't hear the comment of the person handing them to him but the look of confidence and gesture to the transparisteel made him guess that, should the thing explode, they'd be safe as the viewport would hold.

Finally the blue glow reached its maximum illumination and the popping had suddenly subsided, though the loud humming didn't die down any. He could just barely make out someone shout, "OKAY, FIRING IN... FIVE!! ... THREE!!!... TWO!!!... ... FIRING!!!"

What happened next, McFini wasn't at all prepared for. A massive blue beam flew out of the front end of the MCPS, passing through the shields of the ship and the TIE and striking the TIE itself. At the same time, however, a massive shower of sparks splashed from the machine, followed by smaller, blue arcs of lightning that was eerily similar to ionization damage, which danced around. The popping sounds returned, but they weren't pops anymore, they were loud, deafening bangs, like someone was taking the broad side of a vibroaxe to the side of a large metal slab. Finally, in one last display, a massive blue flash engulfed everyone in what would have been blinding light if not for the polarized and treated transparisteel separating them.

Everyone had dove for cover, hiding behind or beneath whatever they could use, McFini included as he was lucky enough to find a passing mouse droid to use as a rather poor barrier, the droid's wheels were still spinning frantically on the floor, unable to get enough traction to tear itself away from him. Darkness had fallen over the room, indeed the entire ship had lost power and had to perform an emergency shut down. The only light they had was that which came in from space, from the open port that the MCPS had fired through.

"Well..." McFini began, finally letting go of the mouse droid which flew off, smashing into a wall as it was unable to compensate for the sudden release. "That was... interesting..." Walking closer to the viewport, he was slow in his movements, flinching as another shower of sparks flew out briefly. The MCPS still seemed intact, but his attention looked out into space. "Ha...haha... ahahaha!" He began laughing, slowly at first before it simply became an uncontrollable, maniacal laughter.

Outside, where the TIE Interceptor had been, was nothing more than a small lump of metallic dust which was flanked on either side by the dagger-like wings of the TIE. The entire cockpit assembly and some of the wing support pylons had been completely turned to powder. The test had worked, yes and while there were obviously a few kinks to hammer out, having a powered down ship didn't help serve anyone and it would take a good two hours to run through the start up procedures, but the device had worked.
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Re: Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Tavish McFini » 2009-08-11 03:01

"We're dangerously close to being run over budget!"

"Not only that but the components to build this device are prone to breakage worse than that of a finicky 0.25 hyperdrive!"

McFini was growing tired of hearing the same arguments voiced over and over again. Despite their early success, their ability to replicate the results were met with other problems in their effort to avoid completely draining power from a warship. Once the MCPS turned itself into a metal powder, which set the project back nearly a month. Another time, a test lab animal was turned into a metal statue. The sudden passing of Fluffy set the project back another week as it's passing was mourned.

"Gentlemen," McFini started during a lull in the bickering, "We've seen that this project can work. We just need to figure out what we're doing wrong."

"It'd be nice if we had the prototype from the Maw Installation to look at."

"It would be, but we'll have to continue regardless. The Supreme Commander is growing tired and believes we're wasting our time with this project while the credits could be better spent." McFini looked at everyone and shrugged. "I'm not willing to give up just yet. Make this project work in the next month, or at least give me promising results by then and I'll have something to take to the Supreme Commander."
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Re: Metal-Crystal Phase Shifter (MCPS)

Post by Tavish McFini » 2011-03-25 19:01

Months had gone by since the previous MCPS test that McFini knew of and a lot had happened in that time. An Emperor had been named, Sarapin had become the by-word for disaster and the Intimidator was in a worse state than since McFini got it back after the ordeal at Ord Mantell. Looking back, McFini wondered how he was given the rank of Grand Admiral, especially after Arkania.

Aboard the Lusankya, McFini watched on a monitor the slow, painstaking progress being made at repairing the Intimidator for the third or fourth time in its career since the NIF captured it from the Yevetha. McFini wondered what the Supreme Commander and Emperor thought about that. On the one hand, it had to show that the ship was seeing a lot of action and given the gains the NIF had made since it's capture, it could mean that the ship was, in some way, an inspiration to the other ships in the navy. On the other hand, it could also show that McFini was probably too reckless when it came to commanding that ship.

Thing is, we'll probably never be able to calculate the number of smaller ships I've doubtlessly saved by letting that ship bare the brunt of the enemy's worst. Pouring himself a glass of Blue Wave, he was about to start going through the numerous reports that had cropped up since Arkania when the door to his temporary office opened up. A man in a white lab coat entered behind two stormtroopers who lead the way. McFini afforded a glance over at the silent red-robed sentinel who carefully regarded the mousy scientist, checking him for the slightest possible signs of threatening intent. McFini had talked to Eri about removing them from their assignment however she simply stated that it went beyond her. Yeah, right, and assigning Xanis to oversee the protection of Bilbringi's shipyard defences goes beyond him...

"Sorry about all the guards," McFini began as he got to his feet, smiling warmly at the man who seemed uneasy at the presence of so many armed and armoured bodyguards. With a sideways glance at the royal guard, he added, "It's not by personal choice. But I digress, what's up?"

"Ah, Admiral," the man saluted awkwardly, probably not used to the military decorum, "I just stopped by to ask where you're at with the Metal Crystal Phase Shifter project."

"The what now?" McFini raised an eyebrow. Why did that sound so familiar?

The scientist blinked once. "The MCPS? The weapon we got from the downloaded storage banks of the Gorgon?"

The glow rod in McFini's head lit up again. "Oh right!" he exclaimed, smiling wearily before explaining to the man that a lot had happened since he was last in the lab. The weight of the trials sat heavily upon him as McFini looked pretty terrible despite his efforts to remain clean shaven and clean. "It's been a long year. Anyways, what's up?"

"Well, we never heard from you since your last visit, but we've been working on building actual test models that could go into production. Our budget never seemed to dry up so we spent the majority of it tweaking the design and materials to make something capable of withstanding the rigors of the brutal space combat most of the warships see." He gestured to the monitor, seeing the form of the Intimidator in the yards. "We have exactly nine finished and will have a tenth done within a month but the Emperor still isn't convinced that they'll be all that useful despite the promising numbers we've shown him." Taking in a deep breath, he continued to explain before McFini could interject. "They have the range well beyond any superlaser and they go clean through any current shield in use in this galaxy today. The test data proves that, in the vacuum of space, even the slightest hull fractures are going to cause the hulls to fail miserably. Furthermore-"

"I know the potential," McFini cut him off, holding up a tired hand, "And I suspect you're here to ask if I would be interested in field testing your new weapons?"

He blinked. "Precisely."

"Why not offer to install the test models onto the Nemesis?"

"We thought of that, but there's a few problems." He held up a finger, "Firstly, theses things, while the size of heavy turbolasers, are a lot more power intensive and we're both aware that the Nemesis is already packing a great deal of high tech equipment. In order to fit even one MCPS, we'd have to look at removing roughly sixty turbolasers from it's hull." He held up a second finger, "Secondly, installing the MCPS is not as easy as installing point defence systems. Entire gunnery banks need to be overhauled for it to work. And-"

"I get the drift." McFini glanced at the image of Third's flagship. "You think you can get it done in two months?"

The scientist smiled a little. "With the ship as gutted as it is, it'll be like starting from scratch for the workers there."

While McFini tried to defend the state the Int was in, no words could formulate as he opened his mouth to speak. Closing it, he sighed instead, unable to disagree with his astute observation. "Well, it'll go along nicely with all the other upgrades," he mused at last, "You have two months to make it happen. And these production test models, any difference between them and the ones we tested in the labs?"

"We've managed to increase the power to make them more comparable to the heaviest turbolasers in use. Couple that with the range and you should have little reason to have that ship see the repair yards again."

Now he's just trying to rub it in, McFini suspected, I bet Kane put him up to this... or Jacen... Maybe even Ibrahim. Or Xanis. It was hard not to chuckle a little at the statement though. "Let's hope at any rate though with a fire rate twenty percent of turbolasers, I'm not sure how effective hanging back will be."

"Well, until the New Republic can figure out how to adapt their shields against it, they'll be pretty powerless to stop it in the mean time."

"Point taken. How are we at adapting our own shields?"

"We might have a working solution but we've kept that tightly under wraps aboard the research fleet. It's taken us this long to come close to a working solution so if we can buy you that much time again when you finally put it to use, you could force the New Republic into surrender."

McFini swirled the blue wave around in his glass a little. "Or become an even higher priority target..." He took a sip of the drink. "Ah well, if nothing else, it means I'll be able to keep the smaller ships alive that much longer in the end." Dismissing the scientist, the Admiral turned around and faced the viewport, once again left alone with the silent guard who otherwise could easily pass for a wax statue. "Too bad we couldn't have had the MCPS ready for this a few months sooner... the Divergent would have probably met its match..." McFini felt the hairs on the back of his neck raise up. He glanced over at the guard who still faced the door, ever watchful. "I can tolerate you being there if you could at least humour me and not make it seem like I'm talking to the viewport here."

The guard's head slowly turned to regard the Grand Admiral. "Maintaining conversation isn't part of my duty."

"And letting you stay in this office isn't part of mine," McFini pointed out, "You'd be just as effective standing motionless on the other side of those doors... So either humour me or stand outside."

There was a long period of silence as the guard considered her options. It was clearly a very difficult decision as the stillness in the air hung for a good minute before she said in a cold, matter-of-fact tone, "If you did have this new weapon on your ship over Arkania, there would have been a very good chance that the enemy would have targeted you instead of the Themis."

Just had to insist she say something didn't you? McFini scolded himself as he sought solace in his drink. But the guard did have a very valid point. On the other hand, McFini could have just as easily targeted the superlaser of the enemy ship, causing enough structural failure to either destroy it outright or force its safeties to kick in and render the weapon completely useless. With the superlaser gone, then he could target the rest of the ship, it was a huge target after all, and the next time it jumped, Admiral Jen'Vey and his ship would have been a billion particles lost in hyperspace.

Raising his glass again, McFini finished off the blue drink and stared at the world of Bilbringi, lost in the what-could-have-beens of life.
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