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New IL86 on avsim.ru.... Anybody have an English manual???
PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 21:09 Reply with quote
SHJMATT
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Simply great but, no English panel.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 21:16 Reply with quote
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Could we have a link please?

I see a repaint, but I don't see a new aircraft.

Thanks

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2009 21:20 Reply with quote
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That's the newest version, beta 2: http://www.avsimrus.com/f/aircrafts_fs2004_40/il-86_beta-2_18854.html?action=comments
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 00:06 Reply with quote
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Hello,

See that: (in french)

http://www.siberiavirtual.123.fr/forum/viewtopic.php?t=509

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:39 Reply with quote
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Thanks.

Still trying to activate the autopilot.

Any ideas?

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 10:43 Reply with quote
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Please, show us some screens.

There is a AP engage switch on one subpanel. So, there are some channel-switches on the overhead. And, also the main AP activator on the AP panel (front panel).
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 20, 2009 14:33 Reply with quote
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Thanks. Actually, I finally managed to get the autopilot working.

Did a nice coupled ILS approach at Geneva Cointrin. Very heavy feel to this aircraft.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 13:18 Reply with quote
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Can anyone give us who dont speak russian a quick tutorial how to set the navigation system correct before start? I can´t even get i to start to show heading.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 13:58 Reply with quote
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It's too complecated to explain it quick.

Set the realism level to "1" so you will get the Course system allignet. There is a file in Flight Simulator 9\Gauges\pizma_cfg\pizma.cfg.

In this file there are some cells, and they stand for:

#1-49 - ordinary waypoints. Set all to zero if you don't want to use one.
#50-53 - extra waypoints you can set before the flight, if you will need to change the route.

#61-68 - aerodromes. F.ex. our flight is from ULLI to URSS with URKK as the second port.

F.ex, Pulkovo (ULLI):

num_61=59*48.3,030*16.6,106.3,7.3,02,1093

Firts it comes the latitude, so longitude (not of the a/p, but of the RWY! Also, take the Lat/lon of the RWY in centrum. Every single RWY is calculated as equal airport). So it come the thrue RWY course (for ULLI 10L it is 99* + 7.3 = 106.3*), the magnetic bearing. And so it stands some information for microfilm that isn't modelled yet. Don't use it.

#71-79 are Radio beacons, also RSBN or VOR.

F.ex. Leningrad (UL KV) 02 k (RSBN)

num_71=59*48.4,030*17.1,2,0.0

First comes the latitude, so longitude of the beacon (I take it from the real navigation maps), RSBN Nr. or the VOR frequensy, and also the VOR bearing. Don't use it if you have choosed RSBN station, also, set it to zero.

You can also insert information during the flight, but it's simplier to program it before. This programmed disket is called "perfokarta" and is used by pilots.

OK, maybe (..) I try to write more later.
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 14:11 Reply with quote
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Eclipse wrote:
It's too complecated to explain it quick.

Set the realism level to "1" so you will get the Course system allignet. There is a file in Flight Simulator 9\Gauges\pizma_cfg\pizma.cfg.

In this file there are some cells, and they stand for:

#1-49 - ordinary waypoints. Set all to zero if you don't want to use one.
#50-53 - extra waypoints you can set before the flight, if you will need to change the route.

#61-68 - aerodromes. F.ex. our flight is from ULLI to URSS with URKK as the second port.

F.ex, Pulkovo (ULLI):

num_61=59*48.3,030*16.6,106.3,7.3,02,1093

Firts it comes the latitude, so longitude (not of the a/p, but of the RWY! Also, take the Lat/lon of the RWY in centrum. Every single RWY is calculated as equal airport). So it come the thrue RWY course (for ULLI 10L it is 99* + 7.3 = 106.3*), the magnetic bearing. And so it stands some information for microfilm that isn't modelled yet. Don't use it.

#71-79 are Radio beacons, also RSBN or VOR.

F.ex. Leningrad (UL KV) 02 k (RSBN)

num_71=59*48.4,030*17.1,2,0.0

First comes the latitude, so longitude of the beacon (I take it from the real navigation maps), RSBN Nr. or the VOR frequensy, and also the VOR bearing. Don't use it if you have choosed RSBN station, also, set it to zero.

You can also insert information during the flight, but it's simplier to program it before. This programmed disket is called "perfokarta" and is used by pilots.

OK, maybe (..) I try to write more later.
Great! Thanks. Will look in to it later. Hopefully i´ll get the AP working soon also. I some hours in the PT Tu-154M so i have a little advantage.

/Daniel

PS: Don´t be afraid to write more. Улыбка
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These planes are so different, so it will not help with "some hours in PT Tu-154M". Улыбка


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 17:01 Reply with quote
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Eclipse wrote:
These planes is so different, so it will not help with "some hours in PT Tu-154M". Улыбка
Well, that was with the russian AC in general, not the flightplans. Around 150 hours i varous russian planes. Anyway, thanks a lot for the translation. Улыбка
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 21, 2009 22:16 Reply with quote
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Looks like another Russian masterpiece, but I don't know enough Russian to understand the manual.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 13:56 Reply with quote
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I 've a problem...
The real Operational empty weight is about 115000kg and in the sim, it's wrong.
(I don't use the Default sim's load manager, or any other 3-rd party load programm, just the built-in panel load manager)
autonomy is greatly diminished!



Thank's for answers
Laurent

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 22, 2009 20:06 Reply with quote
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with the consumption of fuel. My plane lost the engine when the fuel tanks of 5, 1 and 4 ends.
I also think that it consumes too much in the real is that?

Any suggestions Ммм...
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