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lunaticfringe
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  • lunaticfringe
    replied to F-14A performance?
    Do you understand the difference between a high performance racing motor being placed on a flywheel dyno versus the power produced at the wheels with the drivetrain in the way?

    Similar concept, excepting the primary fact that a turbine produces more power the faster the aircraft it's in...
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  • They're called "interlock switches". The pushbutton mechanisms are installed on a frame, which has a bar with hooks that slides through the body of each switch and is attached to a spring to keep them in tension. When a button is pressed, the hook for that specific switch is held, while...
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  • There's a fundamental difference between real-time calculations based on control inputs, weight, speed, and air density versus limited frame captures separate from the physics taking place in the background. One has all of the data all the time, the other has only incremental portions of the resulting...
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  • Just a question:

    How was a rule surrounding G limit tied to a tool that interprets, rather than actively recording G- ie, Tacview, considered as arbiter for immediate challenge and removal from competition? It's grabbing coordinate positions and relative orientation, not actual G and speed,...
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