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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 12:14 Reply with quote
mikealpha
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A small collection of often asked questions - no guarantee for 100% accuracy


Could I have more detailed flight data


Here we go :

You have two engine instruments (see screenshot further below). The upper gauge (1) shows your high and low pressure compressor stage rpm, in Western terminology N2 / N1. For the Il-62, we use the Russian terms and . The second gauge (2) shows your Thrust lever angle in degrees (TLA in english terms, in Russian).

Maximum Take-off weight 167 tons

Takeoff Power :
= 96-97 % = 87-90 % , (approx.) = 110-113 deg.

At take-off weights less than 140 tons you can use climb power for takeoff.

After takeoff retract flaps in two steps (15, 0) and accelerate to 570 km/h

Climb Schedule : 570 km/h / 0.78M

Climb Power (in Russian terms : Nominal mode)
= 93-95 % = 82-85 %, = approx. 100 deg.

Maximum cruise altitude at different weights :
165 t - 9 600 m;
157 t - 10 100 m;
141 t - 10 600 m;
126 t - 11 100 m;
115 t - 11 600 m;
109 tons and less - 12 100 m.

Typical cruise speed 0.80M, in turbulent conditions .77-.78M

Maximum cruise speed : 0.82M

Descent :
Idle Power at e.g. 11 100 m
= 81-83 % = 68-70,5 %
Idle Power at 1 500 m
= 62-65 % = 42 %

At a circling altitude e.g. 800m, Weight 107t
Power is set using

horizontal flight, clean wing :
(approx.) = 46 deg.
(approx.) = 75-78 % = 51-54 %

horizontal flight, clean wing, Speed 380 km/h, gear down :
around 50 deg.
(approx.) = 82-85 % = 58-60 %

horizontal flight, flaps 15 deg., Speed 340 km\h, gear down :
= 54 deg.
(approx.) = 83-85 % = 60-62 %

horizontal flight, flaps 30 deg., Speed 290 km\h, gear down :
= 56-58 deg.
(approx.) = 86-88 % = 64-66 %

Maximum landing weight, stabilized on Glide path, Speed 280 km/h : approx. 44 deg.
In gusty weather add 10 km/h. For lower landing weights, correspondingly subtract up to 10 km/h.


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 12:17 Reply with quote
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How can I operate the various control surfaces ?


3 Flaps indicator from 0 to 30 degress. Flaps have no intermediate fixing (made for the first time in FS !). Flaps are operated using the Lever (7). Simply press and hold the clickspot below to extend the flaps. The clickspot above the lever retracts the Flaps

4 Stabilizer position indicator. This is the main trim device. Can be operated using a trim axis (recommended), buttons or the 1/7 keys on the keypad. For takeoff, use a setting of -5.5 to -6.0

5 Elevator (PB) position indicator (left) and electric trim indicator right). Electric trim operation is relevant for Autopilot operation and is not needed during manual flight. It can be operated using buttons or using the handle 10.It will be explained in detail in the upcoming manual.

6 Spoiler position indicator. Spolilers can be extended/retracted using the handle (8) or again buttons

7 Mechanical elevator trim indicator. This is a device for fine trimming of remaining efforts, recommended to be used on buttons.

8 Spoilers handle

9 Flaps handle

10 Electric trim handle

11 The handle to change speed (skorost) for Autothrottle

12 Here you find indicators and buttons for operation of the unique main gear tail support, also animated at the visual model. The IL-62 center of gravity is located behind the wing, the tail support is necessary to prevent the plane from sitting on the tail. With the two buttons above you extend and retract it, indicated by corresponding light indicators below. Do not forget to retract it before takeoff


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What about lights ?


13 Switch to extend / retract the landing lights (also animated at the visual model !)


14 Selector for landing and taxi lights. Note the unique asymmetric landing lights.


15 With the rightmost three switches you control the NAV lights and beacons

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 11, 2005 12:21 Reply with quote
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How do I get VOR / ILS / ADF signal


The Navigator panel has six additional subpanels, which can be opened with the following clickspots :

1 INS Panel

2 TKS Panel

3 Switches between ADI and KM-5

4 Course-MP units

5 Navigator scenery window

6 Magnification of upper Panel part


Set the VOR / ILS frequencies in the course MP units. The course value in this units is not valid in the Il-62. The course is set using the big turn knob on the Autopilot.
To get DME indication, do not forget to turn the DME units ON using the power switch on the upper left. See the preliminary manual for more info regarding VOR / DME.
Using the upper Panel part, the ADF units need to be turned ON as well using the four way switch. Set them to the KOM position. You can change channels using the KANAL switch.


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I can't change the Payload in the Load/Fueleditor (Shift-9)

You need to open the door (Shift-E)



I'm getting an intense warning sound when descending

Turn ON the power switches for the radar altimeters on the Captains left panel (Shift-1)



I dont completely understand the Autopilot

Stay tuned, Ill attach a manual chapter about the Autopilot here soon




to be continued ...

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How exactly is the compass system agreement done ?


1. Open the TKC panel using the clickspot 2

2. Set the selector in position MK.

3. Press and hold the fast agreement button for both positions of the switches OCH and KOHTP.

Up to here, it's similar to the Tu-154.

4. Now put the selector in position

5. Press and hold the button on the gauge (see yellow circle below)

6. Leave the selector in position

7. Set your current position latitude in the TKC

That's it



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I can not find the button for the nosewheel steering


Open the Captains left panel (Shift-1) and here it is :

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Here's the preliminary Autopilot chapter from the upcoming manual:


www.protu-154.com/temp/Il-62M_AP.zip

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 02:45 Reply with quote
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Mike Alpha i believe you are an IL62 crew member ( or were) for the very good explanations you gave to all questions.
I want to congratule your team. It's almost like flying the real one, the autopilot, the magnificent navigator's panel, the aerodynamics of the flying model and even the COG caracteristics!! and most of all everything works almost like in real life!!
Congratulations again its a very good job!!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 12:53 Reply with quote
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RaoX,

have overseen your very nice post. Thanks a lot for the kind words !
No, I have never flown an Il-62, but I really wish I would !
Do you fly for Cubana ?

You might enjoy the new version 1.03 with many enhancements and refinements, download e.g. here :
http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?DLID=83851

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 07:17 Reply with quote
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I don't know if this forum is the correct one for this if not sorry but I have been trying to couple the INS I-21 with Autopilot it tells me to set switch in the left upper corner of the INS panel to HHC the first H is is different than the other I know because it is rus. my machine is not capable of that. I also need to know how to couple the KLN 90 to it also. Thanks for your help.


Many thanks
Doug

I am a newbie and just trying to enjoy a GREAT A/C.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 29, 2007 08:55 Reply with quote
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Assuming you set correctly the INS or KLN, here's a little guide:

1. Turn the power switch on (P-14).
2. Set the selector switch to the nav device you're going to use... INS-I, INS-II or GPS (if you're going to use the KLN).

Next pic:

1. AP power on.
2. Set nav selector to "" (NAVIG)
3. Active the channels.
4. At the desired moment turn "" on.
5. Have a nice flight!
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 30, 2007 00:25 Reply with quote
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Thanks for the help works like a charm still in the learning stage I hope I can figure the NV-PB navigation system out it is a little complex for me. Just a note is there suppose to be a smoke trail behind the A/C because I have seen pictures of them with black smoke coming out of the engines. One more thing how do you set the Altimeter to indicate the 500 feet increments It will read 1000 ft increments only. I have tried all the buttons with no help.


Wonderful A/C
Thanks
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2009 15:29 Reply with quote
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Sorry... the tips are useful. ... but the illustrations make them easyier. Can You make them new? After a little bit problems with the flaps I found the answers here, but the illustrations may be very helpful.
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