.DAT Variables

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Re: .DAT Variables

Post by Grigor » Tue Jan 31, 2017 3:35 am

Yeah... I'm still using version 20120701. Don't like the newer ones... too clunky.

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Re: .DAT Variables

Post by Grigor » Tue May 09, 2017 11:19 pm

Has anyone else had trouble with TURRETPT where neutral pitch is concerned? I can't seem to make it do anything other than face 0deg.

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Re: .DAT Variables

Post by u2fly » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:53 am

k16 (@amnyegmwfkhnt) wrote:
  • https://twitter.com/amnyegmwfkhnt/statu ... 3141570566
    CLBYFLAP: Items related to lift when using flaps.
    REFVCRUS - Decrease
    REFACRUS - Increase
    REFVLAND - Increase to lower the upper limit.
    REFTCRUS,REFAOALD,REFLNRWY,REFTHRLD - Does not affect the upper limit?
  • https://twitter.com/amnyegmwfkhnt/statu ... 2721816576
    The value is usually around 0.2. If you increase it to around 10, you will not be able to fly without flaps.
    (If the flap is not used, the nose does not rise and the aircraft crashes)
    Decreasing the value to near 0.0001 almost eliminates the effect of the flap, but increases the lift when the flap is not used?
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