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Old 04-07-2018, 11:14 AM   #21
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1)rudder forces and effects of the 109.
are you really of the opinion that the 109 pilots in dcs should be restricted in rudder deflection already during the takeoff run? the way it is now in dcs, full deflection is only possible at really really slow speeds, and already during the later parts of the take off run, the pilot will not be able to give full rudder deflection due to the forces.

the same is true for the stick forces acting upon our 109 pilot. at speeds way below 300kph IAS he will not be able to pull the stick completely back...
and what makes me personally really sceptical that the stickforces are implemented correctly, is the fact, that once you lose 1 elevator, you all of a sudden can turn much tighter at higher speeds, which for me at least doesnt make any sense.
whats your opinion about the matter?




2)ground physics outside of airfields and runways.
please try some take offs and landings with unlocked tailwheel in the 109 somwhere in the grass fields on either of the maps in dcs, away from airfields and runways. i would be interested whether you think this is implemented correctly...

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Old 04-07-2018, 08:08 PM   #22
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My question would be: Where do you see DCS in 5 years? What are the most important advancements and developments from your point of view?
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I always wondered about the Origins of the relationship between TFC and ED. How did it come about, and what exactly is the relationship?

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Old 04-13-2018, 02:00 PM   #24
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So throw down some questions for him, I will pick out some of the best and most interesting and send them off to him. I hope this is something interesting to all of you, I know it is to me.
Have you picked out which questions to ask? Various people have put forward some interesting suggestions and I, for one, am indeed very interested and am looking forward to reading the answers to them.
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I always wondered about the Origins of the relationship between TFC and ED. How did it come about, and what exactly is the relationship?

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Great question! That's something I'm trying to figure out for years now.
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What is the highest boost and rpm settings he has ever flown a Spitfire and what type?

P.S. What was it like to fly at high settings and fast speed in terms of feedback from the engine and airframe and maneuvering.

Thanks and happy landings,

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Old 04-13-2018, 05:59 PM   #27
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Have you picked out which questions to ask? Various people have put forward some interesting suggestions and I, for one, am indeed very interested and am looking forward to reading the answers to them.
I am going to go through them over the weekend and pick some out and submit them to Nick. So any last questions, get them in soon, will close the thread tonight or tomorrow.
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"That many people complain or are disappointed that they can be a lot of work to fly"

If they were not a lot of work to fly I would have most likely lost interest many years ago.
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Given the access that Nick has, I am curious about what aircraft he chooses, whether it be a warbird or not, when he just wants to enjoy flying.
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Thanks guys, will collect these up and submit the to Nick, when I have the answers I will share them back with you all!
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