If you want to find out what time to warp a ship has (in seconds), it’s a simple calculation for this:
Here is a much complicated version of calculus, I simplified it to this version above.
So, for example, the Sabre basic time to warp would be:
3,7 x 1.285.000/1.000.000 x 1,38629436
= 3,7 x 1,285 x 1,38629436
= 4,7545 x 1,38629436
= 6,59 seconds
Which is correct according to EVE University .
But I found there a few ships where the times doesn’t match the results of the calculation (from circa 50 verified) and I want to know if they are simply wrong or if there is something else that I don’t understand.
I found this (at right side are my results):
Avatar: / 119,775 s
Confessor: / 7,48 s
Hecate: / 8,15 s
Svipul: / 7,37 s
Legion: / 8,24 s
Loki: / 6,69 s
Proteus: / 10,32 s
Tengu: / 6,19 s
Sunesis: / 4,16 s
So what happens here guys? Does anyone know the explanation for this?