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Old 10-22-2018, 09:34 PM   #1
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Default Heatblur 1st:dev to introduce Jetwash in DCS?

https://www.twitch.tv/videos/325626624?t=03h02m41s


You guy's said Jetwash is implemented & quite pronounced. AFAIK that's the 1:st module in DCS that will have Jetwash / Wake Turbulance in DCS. And it should be really highlighted .


Will Jetwash effect other ,non HB F-14 modules, e.g the F-18, when behind the F-14?


Will it work on the ground & ship also? when e.g at take-off, launch, formation take-offs, taxing?
Can you explain how you manged to implement it?
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Old 10-22-2018, 10:16 PM   #2
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By the stream, They talk about interaction into F-14 vs other F-14, not with others aircraft's. The only actual Wake Turbulence has only "implement" on helicopters.

Surely on the To-Do list by ED, but yet not a priority.
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Old 10-23-2018, 05:56 AM   #3
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Default Heatblur 1st:dev to introduce Jetwash in DCS?

There’s jet wash effect in Viggen too fyi, but yes don’t think other modules has it. The jet wash simulation in F-14 is more in-depth though than the one in the Viggen
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So you're saying if Iceman won't get out of the way till the last second, then I'll be taking a trip out to sea?
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By the stream, They talk about interaction into F-14 vs other F-14, not with others aircraft's. The only actual Wake Turbulence has only "implement" on helicopters.

Surely on the To-Do list by ED, but yet not a priority.
The current wake system is not just F-14 to F-14, the effect also occurs with other aircraft. The effect is currently implemented with tankers (KC-135, KC-130, etc) and other USN aircraft. It is still WIP and requires tuning, but is a nice addition for realism.

Also, this effect does effect TF30 stall parameters.

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So you're saying if Iceman won't get out of the way till the last second, then I'll be taking a trip out to sea?
only if the son of a bitch cuts you off...
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The current wake system is not just F-14 to F-14, the effect also occurs with other aircraft. The effect is currently implemented with tankers (KC-135, KC-130, etc) and other USN aircraft. It is still WIP and requires tuning, but is a nice addition for realism.

Also, this effect does effect TF30 stall parameters.

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Whats Jetwash?
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Whats Jetwash?
Wake turbulence.
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