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TU-104 revisited
PostPosted: Fri Mar 01, 2013 17:13 Reply with quote
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Hi friends:

Started to check the Tu-104 again:

1) The RSBN_Dat of Tu-134, Tu124 und IL 62 works also for that bird, only put the file into the panel folder.

2) Brought the Joy utility to work, but the glasnose and the crewsounds are gone, will try to check it more.

3) I am preparing a RSBN_Dat to simulate the weatherships the real Tu-104 crews used on their Moscow-New York postal flights in the 60. They in real used the ADF, but the FS9 ADF has only a range of maximum 200 km, the RSBN has 400 km.

Stay tuned!

Walter


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Tu-104 works
PostPosted: Thu Apr 11, 2013 18:00 Reply with quote
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Hi everybody:

After some testing the Tu-104 rework is finished. Before loading up the results I need to know:
a) If there is a greater interest in that rework.
b) If the authors of the original airplane and panel
(http://www.avsim.su/f/fs2004-originalnie-samoleti-40/legendarniy-layner-tu-104-v-0-91-25499.html)
would accept a public upload in PT-fileshare.

Hope I can reach them in this way.

The panel will look like this.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2013 00:16 Reply with quote
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I would interest with this project if it released. I tried the 104 before but not even managed to start engines.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2013 02:53 Reply with quote
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shc_04


Hi Mehmet!

Please send me a PM with your email adress, I will send you the material.

Kind regards

Walter

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Progress Report
PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 10:40 Reply with quote
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Hi:

Still working on the Tu-104.

Decided to have three versions of the panel and all based on Mihail Stepanov´s panel for Tu-104B and the FDE by Surger.
Adapting the Samdim Tu-124 panel to the Tu-104 is possible but brought problems with the brake-chute and the NI-50 navigation computer.
The panels work also for the Tu-104A by Anton (Xomer) Nikolayeva
less the brake-chute.


Early version: Stepanovs panel with a working joystick utility, Groza weather radar and realistic fuel flow indicators
Mid version: early versionl added KPPM indicator, RSBN full functions with SRP box
Late Version: Mid version added: Diss system (dopplerradar) of Samdims AN 24
On all versions the original distribution of the instruments was mantained.

In all versions the navigation systems work now as they should.
I hope to upload soon a beta version on PT-fileshare.

Kind regards

Walter

P.S.: The real Tu-104 cockpit underwent various updates during its service life (1957 to 1983 with Aeroflot, longer with the military users), but documentation is sparse. So one has to speculate about the cockpits evolution.

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The Tu-104 has landed!
PostPosted: Wed Sep 18, 2013 17:08 Reply with quote
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Today I uploaded the reworked Tu-104A and B.

The airplanes are here:

Tu-104 II.zip - 25.3 MB

The panels are here:

panels.zip - 57.4 MB

The Flightmanual is here:

Brief Flight Manual TU-104.zip - 19.4 MB

Documentation and Utils are here:

DOCUMENTATION.zip - 2.5 MB

An Englisch soundset is also available:

Copilot.zip - 2.7 MB

Smokeeffects:

effects.zip - 721 B

Joy-config folder is here:

JoyDI_CFG.zip - 10 KB

I am grateful to all friends and developers who created panels, gauges, models, textures and flight dynamics used here. I dont claim that all that is my work I have only put it together and made it work where it was necessary.
There is only one glitch left: In A model the brakechute brakes as it should, but the visual representation doesnt stay out.

Enjoy!

Walter

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Original Russian crewvoices
PostPosted: Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:39 Reply with quote
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Hi:

Could be missing the original crewsound for those who did not download Mikhail Stepanovs Tu-104 already.

Here it is:

Copilot.russian.zip - 1.7 MB


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Walter

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 2013 19:52 Reply with quote
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This looks great, i had no chance to try the previous version because of the school/work etc. But i will surely fly this.

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Re: The Tu-104 has landed!
PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2013 03:39 Reply with quote
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WalterLeo wrote:
Today I uploaded the reworked Tu-104A and B....
......Walter


Hi Walter,

Thanks for this - I look forward to trying it out soon Хорошо

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Sorry my fault: Missing FF gauges
PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:30 Reply with quote
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Sorry my fault: These gauges were part of an earlier Tu-104 which loaded its gauges from the FS9/gauges folder. they are here:

http://5gb.net/rm55ugek9v3j

and as an attachment below. Thanks to our friend RISROC, who discovered that problem.
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Sidestick in a Tu-104?
PostPosted: Sat Sep 21, 2013 12:51 Reply with quote
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Look at that picture:

http://media.englishrussia.com/112011/TU104/TU-104airplane-58.jpg

under the right hand of flightcomander Gerald Kuznetzov is that a sidestick???

No it was the pitch and bank controller of the autopilot! (Hope I am right!)

Walter

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 14:58 Reply with quote
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Hi Walter,
I get a 403 "forbidden" error when I try to access the link

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Link forbiddden
PostPosted: Sun Sep 22, 2013 19:47 Reply with quote
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Hi Michael:

For me it worked 10 sek ago, but lets try this way:

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