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when i land at airport,firstly i use the air brake to reduce the speed,then i use the wheel brake to stop,but i find that when i use the wheel brake, the plane will lost its Steering control,sometimes even drifting,the runway will have tyre tracks,like drive a car without ABS,we all know that car ABS is original from plane.but why does the plane drift when i brake?

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Are you applying full brake pressure immediately, are you using a keyboard key to brake with, or a button?

Its possible if the above is true that you are essentially slamming the brakes on a car at high speed thus resulting in skidding. If you are using an analogue input for braking than its possible that the Anti-skid is off.

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1小时前,ak12546说:

Are you applying full brake pressure immediately, are you using a keyboard key to brake with, or a button?

Its possible if the above is true that you are essentially slamming the brakes on a car at high speed thus resulting in skidding. If you are using an analogue input for braking than its possible that the Anti-skid is off.

yeah i use a button on my stick for brake. does the brake need an axis?

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1 hour ago, flankerjun said:

yeah i use a button on my stick for brake. does the brake need an axis?

An axis is definitely a better option.  With a button you get no brake or full on brake with nothing in between.  With an axis you can ease it on slowly rather than slam on the brakes which gives you more control.

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Does anyone know the NATOPS optimum land... landing procedure? i.e. touch down, air brake out, apply brakes below 100kts... or something similar? That's generally what I do, I also raise flaps after touchdown which helps a bit for roll out distances.


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After nose gear touchdown, gently pull the stick back to fully deflect the stabilators to act as a partial airbrake. I wouldn't recommend raising the flaps though in the event of needing to wave-off.


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