Pre Scriptum. Sorry for my English, I am not a native speaker.
So, some of my friends and I are working on the project called "Arezista" on other website (this is the fictional universe using the style and inspiration of the 1880-1950s).
Alternate universe requires ships. Our alternative univers requires lots of dreadnoughts, you know, those coal/oil-driven monsters with incredible firepower. So, this is one of them:
I used a SMS Schleswig-Holstein hull, than calculated it with a SpringSharp. Here are the params of this dreadnought:
Displacement: 26 864 t standard, 32 083 t full load
Armament: 4x2 280 mm/40 cal guns; 12 170 mm/40 cal guns; 16 150 mm/45 cal guns. Weight of broadside - 3,86 t.
Armour: 381 mm main belt, 305 mm ends, 254 mm upper, 203 mm torpedo bulkheads, 254 mm bulges. Turrets armor - 457-508 mm. Armour deck: multiple decks 35 mm. Conning towers - 305 mm.
Machinery: coal and oil fired boilers, complex reciprocating steam engines (38 535 ihp), direct drive, 4 shafts. Maximum speed - 21 kts. Range - 9000 nm at 12 kts. Bunker at max displacement - 5 219 tons (40% coal).
Ship can survive after 29 non-critical penetrations of 280 mm shell or being hit by 4 torpedoes (533 mm).
Metacentric height - 1,8 m.
Adequate machinery, storage, compartmentation space.
Excellent accommodation and workspace room.
Ship has slow, easy roll, a good, steady gun platform.
Good seaboat, rides out heavy weather easily.