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Old 03-29-2017, 07:39 PM
Tolwyn Tolwyn is offline
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Default B-24 Damage Flight Model Characteristic Bug

In this scenario, and experienced multiple times in-game, when you're missing 1/2 of your elevator in the B-24, the flight model seems to be incorrect. Please see the accompanying video.

This only occurs with the B-24 is missing 1/2 of its elevator.

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Don't pay too much attention to the commentary. It's made for reference purposes at the time and in no way tries to infer "absolute knowledge" of IL2, its flight model, etc.
It's merely... circumstantial. It was recorded to go along with the track (also attached).

Adding power to a B-24 in 4.13.3m with elevator damage brings the nose down, not up. Decreasing power brings the nose up, not down.
This is "counter intuitive" and is so much so that I had to make this post and video to have it looked at by DT.

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Old 03-29-2017, 09:48 PM
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Thanks Tolwyn!) it's very interesting .... btw Nice to see Monguse there))

it's came with 4.13.3? i just don't remebmer that we touch anything in B24 in 4.13.3 ..

but yes it's odd ... need fix)
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Old 03-29-2017, 10:33 PM
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Hi, Sita.
Ok. It might have been there in any of the 4.13.x versions.


I just made THIS track at 4.13.3m.



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Thanks Tolwyn? it's very interesting .... btw Nice to see Monguse there))

it's came with 4.13.3? i just don't remebmer that we touch anything in B24 in 4.13.3 ..

but yes it's odd ... need fix)
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Old 03-30-2017, 05:54 AM
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Many thanks to all for the answers. I did not know about the development of this aircraft. For me, this is a great joy. I wish you success in your development. )
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Old 03-30-2017, 04:59 PM
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Howdy,

Yes I'm still around but extremely busy.
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Old 03-30-2017, 08:14 PM
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glad to read you))
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Old 05-02-2017, 03:02 PM
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I wanted to bump this post and include information.

This also happens with the Beaufighter.

Applying manifold pressure, increasing RPM with a damaged elevator (one shot off) makes the nose go DOWN; pulling back power makes the nose go UP.

Counter-intuitive characteristic.

There should be no down-force when applying power (all things being equal with elevator trim positions, etc.); the plane should increase AoA, not decrease.

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In this scenario, and experienced multiple times in-game, when you're missing 1/2 of your elevator in the B-24, the flight model seems to be incorrect. Please see the accompanying video.

This only occurs with the B-24 is missing 1/2 of its elevator.

Notes:
Don't pay too much attention to the commentary. It's made for reference purposes at the time and in no way tries to infer "absolute knowledge" of IL2, its flight model, etc.
It's merely... circumstantial. It was recorded to go along with the track (also attached).

Adding power to a B-24 in 4.13.3m with elevator damage brings the nose down, not up. Decreasing power brings the nose up, not down.
This is "counter intuitive" and is so much so that I had to make this post and video to have it looked at by DT.

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