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Wing ripping off with pitch, roll and rudder applied simultaneously


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Description:

You will rip your wings off if apply pitch, roll and rudder movment simultaneously at 500-550 knots at ~1000 feet.

Also, it is possible that this bug is related to wing ripping off when you're pulling hard while in wake turbulence, that's usuall in dogfight

 

Steps To Reproduce:

Climb to 300-1000 feet ASL

Get 500-550 knots

Start pulling up, after 0.5-1s when you get 7-8G's, make a hard roll left or right with rudder applied in the same direction. You will probably break your wing.

 

DCS version: latets open beta. 2.5.6.47404

 

Track, log, tacview and DxDiag can be found in attached .rar

 

Addition:

Seems like the problem is that roll and rudder movment creating a huge over-g. In the video below, you can see that wing are breaking with 20-23 G's.

 

 

Video:

JF-17 Wing Ripping Bug.rar

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Edited by arkasha_s_mishkoi
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It’s asymmetric G, since the only FBW channel is pitch it’s not really going to stop you

 

I have also noticed the wake turbulence issue, supposedly it’s all the 3rd party modules that have trouble with it


Edited by AeriaGloria
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An Inside Snap Roll at 7-8 Gs will trash practically any aircraft.

 

 

Might not break it, but I guarantee it will be downed for a complete inspection.

 

 

You're flying in an extreme manner usually reserved for the "Last Best Chance" to survive whether the jet makes it or not.

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Description:

You will rip your wings off if apply pitch, roll and rudder movment simultaneously at 500-550 knots at ~1000 feet.

Also, it is possible that this bug is related to wing ripping off when you're pulling hard while in wake turbulence, that's usuall in dogfight

 

Steps To Reproduce:

Climb to 300-1000 feet ASL

Get 500-550 knots

Start pulling up, after 0.5-1s when you get 7-8G's, make a hard roll left or right with rudder applied in the same direction. You will probably break your wing.

 

DCS version: latets open beta. 2.5.6.47404

 

Track, log, tacview and DxDiag can be found in attached .rar

 

Video:

If you doesn't rip your wings doing that, you're beign lucky, but the structure of the plane doesn't like it.

 

 

*The JF-17 has the fatigue of the wings simulated, so if you do that a couple of times, you will end ripping your wings, even at lower speeds due to fatigue stress

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