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Re: New Horizon's - Engineering.
« Reply #15 on: August 06, 2017, 12:34:15 AM »
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=^= Engineering to the Captain,  We have found something odd with the engines..  It looks like someone has tampered with the harmonics.  Computer can not tell me who was the last one at the secondary engine room console.   Do Not go to Warp power until further notice.......     This could be a ticking time bomb waiting to happen... =^=

anything could be farther than the truth..  Someone has tampered with the propulsion of this vessel, now to find the one responsible.


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« Reply #16 on: August 08, 2017, 10:15:41 AM »
KnodwI was busy trying to get his engines back in order.   Who ever made the changes, really did a number on them.   If they had went to warp speed with such an imbalance in the harmonics, it could have been catastrophic.

He was going to be awhile working on the engines.  He would have to make sure all three cores were clear before he would let them go back to warp power.


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« Reply #17 on: August 13, 2017, 11:05:38 AM »
After what seemed like hours working on the engines.   KnodwI found a subroutine was added to the engine harmonic systems...  Once he decoded the subroutine, it was there a small code to destroy the main engines...

Now it would be a simple fix if it was on a standard starship, but with a class like the Prometheus there are three cores that have to be purged.

=^=Engineering to Captain, we have a problem.  Come to Engineering at your convenience.=^=


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« Reply #18 on: August 14, 2017, 09:28:34 PM »
After what seemed like hours working on the engines.   KnodwI found a subroutine was added to the engine harmonic systems...  Once he decoded the subroutine, it was there a small code to destroy the main engines...

Now it would be a simple fix if it was on a standard starship, but with a class like the Prometheus there are three cores that have to be purged.

=^=Engineering to Captain, we have a problem.  Come to Engineering at your convenience.=^=

John entered Engineering his face not showing the events that happened earlier in his Quarters he walked towards the Warp Core feeling the glow from it.

"Report Commander" Finished John

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« Reply #19 on: August 15, 2017, 10:29:17 AM »
John entered Engineering his face not showing the events that happened earlier in his Quarters he walked towards the Warp Core feeling the glow from it.

"Report Commander" Finished John

The Chief Engineer looked up to the Captain, then he pointed at the screen showing the harmonic sub-routine that has the engines all down.

I will give you my thoughts on this Captain, but who ever did this coding really could have really screwed us badly.  This has effected all three engine cores.  We are looking at four days without warp power.  On a good note, this did not effect the weapon systems for some reason.

He pulled up the sensor jammer specs up as well then handed him the padd.

This project has some potential.  I have gotten the jamming radius out to ten kilometers.  I might now be able to make it work shipwide, but it may cost another four days for that to be worked into the progress.

Now he waits for the Captain's go ahead on the projects.  He still had no clue on who did the damage to the engine cores.


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« Reply #20 on: August 15, 2017, 11:57:07 AM »
The Chief Engineer looked up to the Captain, then he pointed at the screen showing the harmonic sub-routine that has the engines all down.

I will give you my thoughts on this Captain, but who ever did this coding really could have really screwed us badly.  This has effected all three engine cores.  We are looking at four days without warp power.  On a good note, this did not effect the weapon systems for some reason.

He pulled up the sensor jammer specs up as well then handed him the padd.

This project has some potential.  I have gotten the jamming radius out to ten kilometers.  I might now be able to make it work shipwide, but it may cost another four days for that to be worked into the progress.

Now he waits for the Captain's go ahead on the projects.  He still had no clue on who did the damage to the engine cores.

John looked at the Warp Core and he looked at the Chief Engineer for a moment then he took a deep breath before speaking.

"Commander you have 36 Hours tops before we could get visitors, I need Partial Warp before then even if it's Warp 3 to take us to a hide away to complete repairs use as many as needed to get this done" Finished John then looking at him for a moment "I do realize this is asking alot of your Staff but this can't be help good work on the Sensor Jammer I have been thinking is there a way we can send a Data Packet causing all Federation Ships to not get proper readings of us.....John trailed off "Also Commander I would need a Shielding Program that could help us last within an Corona of a Sun for long periods if needed" Brown finished

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