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VB-10 - Incorrect Powercurve


New Power Curve (1.101) is more accurate than the old one but there was a mistake in the implementation.

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Decollage = take off 
Surpuissance momentalle = short-term (emergency) power. It is NOT equivalent to WEP, since it involved both over-revving and over-boosting; basically, equivalent to the German 'Notleistung' term.
Regime nominal - normal (power) setting.
Croissiere max. - maximum contiuous (power setting).
 

THE ERROR:

In the new VB-10 flight model, 1150CV is set as maximum continuous which incorrect. 1150 CV is military power and 820 CV is the maximum continuous
 

820 CV = Maximum Continuous 

1150 CV = Military Power 

1300 CV = Take off Power  

1500 CV = Overrevving 
 

In game I would set it as

820 CV = 90% (N/A)
1150 CV = 96% (30 min?)
1300 CV = 100% (5-10 min?)

1500 CV = WEP - (1-3 min?)

 

 

VB.10 should achieve its 700km/h max speed at 1150CV military power, not with 1300CV

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On 02/09/2020 at 15:29, Laurelix said:

THE ERROR:

In the new VB-10 flight model, 1150CV is set as maximum continuous which incorrect. 1150 CV is military power and 820 CV is the maximum continuous

The only error I see is that given the clear mention of (1h), dev made a typo in the datasheet. It should be nominal, as max continuous is not 1h, but unlimited.

I'll have the datasheet changed to "nominal, 1h".

The FM (and subsequently the datasheet) cannot model more than WEP, 100% and 1 other engine setup accurately. In this case, for gameplay purpose, nominal was chosen over max continuous

 

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VB.10 should achieve its 700km/h max speed at 1150CV military power, not with 1300CV

Based on dev feedback, it is not possible to hit 700kmh at 7500m / 25kft with 1150CV. It would require a prop efficiency too great to be possible or a drag too low to be possible.

Therefor military, 1300cv, was used.

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