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#1 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 21:49

Hello pilots! 

 

I made an "aircraft operation table" for Battle of Moscow today.

 

Chuck's work is really helpful up there, for a lot of us, so I made a -kind of- similar table for BOM as he did for BOS. 

 

I did mostly use informations from the game itself. Do not hesitate to send me a message if you see an error or something to improve.

 

I hope it will help you.

 

Rolluptito

 

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AIRCRAFT OPERATION TABLES:

 

Edits:

 

BOM VERSION:

1.0 : base version

1.1 : unit changed from km/h to mp/h for the P-40 E1.

1.2 : torque side added next to each engine model: "(s)" is for startboard // "(p)" for port // "(n)" for neutral //

        For defensive guns: "No"= nose // "Tu" = turret // "Be1" & "Be2"= belly // "Le" = left // "Ri"= right // "Si"= side.

        + Multiple corrections applied.

 

BOS VERSION:

1.0 : base version

 

THIS IS A PREVIEW IMAGE: (Download PDF bellow)

mini_574408BOMAircraftoperationtablev11.

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Edited by rolluptito, 24 July 2016 - 20:21.

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#2 19.GIAP//curiousGamblerr

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 21:58

Nice work! Thanks for sharing!

 

Edit: My only note is that it could be helpful to have conversions to mph for P-40 speeds, since the gauge is in mph. Users of that could do it ourselves, but it would be a nice to have. Regardless, great stuff!


Edited by 19.G//curiousGamblerr, 18 July 2016 - 22:00.

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#3 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 22:16

Nice work! Thanks for sharing!

 

Edit: My only note is that it could be helpful to have conversions to mph for P-40 speeds, since the gauge is in mph. Users of that could do it ourselves, but it would be a nice to have. Regardless, great stuff!

 

Thank you for you reply!  :)  You're right!

 

I did change it from km/h to mp/h for the P40 (V1.1 of the file up there).


Edited by rolluptito, 18 July 2016 - 22:19.

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#4 SYN_Mike77

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Posted 18 July 2016 - 22:35

Awesome!  Looks like my printer is about to go into action.


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Posted 19 July 2016 - 10:34

Merci beaucoup :)


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#6 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 19 July 2016 - 10:58

Merci beaucoup :)

 

Mais c'est un plaisir.  ;)


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#7 ST_ami7b5

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Posted 19 July 2016 - 11:05

Thank you!
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#8 Mungee

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 11:59

I've been wanting to create a table that reflects flap positions (landing and take-off) - some as degrees, and some as phases.

 

Another useful indicator is the torque direction (to port or starboard) - just as a reminder before you throttle up on an aircraft that you haven't flown for some time.


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#9 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 13:31

I've been wanting to create a table that reflects flap positions (landing and take-off) - some as degrees, and some as phases.

 

Another useful indicator is the torque direction (to port or starboard) - just as a reminder before you throttle up on an aircraft that you haven't flown for some time.

 

Hey Mungee!

 

I thought about the torque but didn't add it to not have to many information and to be able to print it without having 2 pages, but I can probably find a way to optimize that.

 

For the torque I can just add (S) or (P) after engines models. 

ex: DB601A(P)

 

For the flaps, how would you present that? The problem is that something like this will take to much room: 

TAKE OFF: 15°

INITIAL: 20°

FINAL: 45*

 

Maybe I can just add the flaps info after the speeds. Something like this:

Landing final: 175 (40°)  

 

I feel there's a lot more to say about flaps though, depending on weather, crosswind or not, position, emergency of the situation, the surface you land on, is it a 3 points or a 2 points landing...

 

Isn't it more a question of feeling too on that kind of planes?

 

You can probably make a 3 pages table about that.  :biggrin:

 

:salute:

 

Rolluptito


Edited by rolluptito, 21 July 2016 - 13:38.

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#10 [TWB]Pand

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 16:43

Awesome! Thanks for taking the time to put this together.


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#11 19.GIAP//curiousGamblerr

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Posted 21 July 2016 - 19:02

Just printed. Great stuff, thanks again and thanks for taking my suggestion of the P-40 speed units.

 

This thing is so full of info, as great as Chuck's is I almost want to ask you to make a BoS one too since things have probably changed since he made his original sheet. Really great work!  :salute:


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#12 Mungee

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 05:35

Hey Mungee! I thought about the torque but didn't add it to not have to many information and to be able to print it without having 2 pages, but I can probably find a way to optimize that. For the torque I can just add (S) or (P) after engines models. ex: DB601A(P) For the flaps, how would you present that? The problem is that something like this will take to much room: TAKE OFF: 15° INITIAL: 20° FINAL: 45* Maybe I can just add the flaps info after the speeds. Something like this: Landing final: 175 (40°) I feel there's a lot more to say about flaps though, depending on weather, crosswind or not, position, emergency of the situation, the surface you land on, is it a 3 points or a 2 points landing... Isn't it more a question of feeling too on that kind of planes? You can probably make a 3 pages table about that. Rolluptito

 

I agree, Rolluptito.

 

Thanks for what your doing!


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#13 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 09:00

I agree, Rolluptito.

 

Thanks for what your doing!

 

You're welcome, thanks for your improvement proposal, I will add torque infos to the table this weekend after some tests.  :happy:

 

Just printed. Great stuff, thanks again and thanks for taking my suggestion of the P-40 speed units.

 

This thing is so full of info, as great as Chuck's is I almost want to ask you to make a BoS one too since things have probably changed since he made his original sheet. Really great work!  :salute:

 

My pleasure! I've been thinking about it, as I want to analyse some stats of BOS planes too. I will probably do that within some days/weeks. ;)  


Edited by rolluptito, 22 July 2016 - 09:00.

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Posted 22 July 2016 - 11:51

Cool thanks


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#15 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 24 July 2016 - 20:11

Hello there! 

 

New version for BOM aircraft operation table:

- Torque side added next to each engine model: "(s)" is for startboard // "(p)" for port // "(n)" for neutral.

 For defensive guns: "No"= nose // "Tu" = turret // "Be1" & "Be2"= belly // "Le" = left // "Ri"= right // "Si"= side.

+ multiple little corrections applied.

 

I made a table for BOS too, it is also downloadable in the original post. 

 
See you up there! 
 
Rolluptito
 
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Edited by rolluptito, 25 July 2016 - 09:32.

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Posted 25 July 2016 - 04:31

Thanks a bunch. Very useful.


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Posted 25 July 2016 - 05:10

Awesome work!

Much appreciated!


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#18 MuschiBlitz

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 03:34

Very nice, one sheet with all important stuff !! -print-


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#19 Chuck_Owl

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 20:19

Nice job! Couldn't have done it better myself.


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#20 19.GIAP//Rekt

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Posted 27 July 2016 - 22:53

Beautifully done, thank you!


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Posted 29 July 2016 - 06:39

Thanks for sharing this awsome job ! i love colors, very easy to read at a glance !

Merci !


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#22 KpaxBos

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Posted 08 August 2016 - 15:56

Hi,

Superbe travail. Thanks a lot for this résumé.

Could it be possible to have a more printer friendly version ?

 

Once again merci beaucoup.


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#23 -IRRE-Rolluptito

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Posted 09 August 2016 - 19:58

Hi,

Superbe travail. Thanks a lot for this résumé.

Could it be possible to have a more printer friendly version ?

 

Once again merci beaucoup.

 

Merci KpaxBos.  :happy:

 

What do you mean exactly by "printer friendly"? More white zones, less black? Cartridge friendly? 


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#24 KpaxBos

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Posted 10 August 2016 - 14:22

Hello,

For me, at least less black as background. If possible. I am old fashioned; I like to print such interesting documents.

 

Thanks for caring

 

Bon amusement.


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