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Mensaje por AlemaN el Miér Abr 09, 2014 5:14 am

A-10A: DCS Flaming Cliffs


The A-10A Thunderbolt II, also known as the Warthog, is a 'flying gun'. The aircraft was used extensively during

Operation Desert Storm, in support of NATO operations in response to the Kosovo crisis, in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and in Operation Iraqi Freedom. The A-10A is a high-survivability and versatile aircraft, popular with pilots for the 'get home' effectiveness.The mission of the aircraft is ground attack against tanks, armored vehicles and installations, and close air support of ground forces. The Warthog is famous for its massive 30mm cannon, but it can also be armed with Maverick guided missiles and several types of bombs and rockets.

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Detailed and accurate 3D model and animations
Six Degrees of Freedom (6DOF) capable cockpit
Advanced Flight Model (AFM)
Campaign and missions
A-10A skins from a wide array of squadrons
Both Simulation and Game modes
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Mensaje por AlemaN el Miér Abr 09, 2014 5:17 am

Su-25: DCS Flaming Cliffs

The Su-25 'Grach' (Rook), NATO callsigned 'Frogfoot', is a dedicated strike attack aircraft designed for the close air support and anti-tank roles. The Su-25 has seen combat in several conflicts during its more than 30 years in service. The Su-25 combines excellent pilot protection and high speed compared to most dedicated attack aircraft. It can be armed with a variety of weapon systems including guided missiles, bombs, rockets, and its internal 30mm cannon.

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Detailed and accurate 3D model and animations
Six Degrees of Freedom (6DOF) capable cockpit
Advanced Flight Model (AFM)
Campaign and missions
Both Simulation and Game modes
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Mensaje por AlemaN el Miér Abr 09, 2014 5:18 am


DCS: F-15C Eagle. Advanced flight model development overview

Dynamics modeling experts at BelSimTek are completing work on advanced flight and engine models of the F-15C Eagle for the upcoming module for DCS World.

The current model featured in DCS was originally developed over a decade ago and represents an earlier generation of technological potential and resulting model accuracy and performance. Despite exhibiting generally correct aerodynamic properties under normal flight conditions, by today’s standards the model falls short of increased user expectations, computing power, and experience gained by the developers over time. In an effort to meet these demands, we have begun to develop new flight and related component models as upgrades to some of the existing DCS aircraft. As the primary U.S. jet fighter in DCS and indeed one of the premier fighters of the world in reality, the F-15C Eagle will be the first DCS aircraft to receive this upgrade.

The flight model has been through over eight months of development and is now undergoing initial external (closed beta) testing. The complete aerodynamics model accounts for the entire spectrum of mass, force, and moment interactions of the aircraft as a physical object subjected to airflow. Unlike the mathematical approach of the previous model, which regarded the aircraft as a single point of focus, the new flight model consists of individual aircraft elements carefully tuned to reflect their unique aerodynamic characteristics and joined together to determine the sum vector of the airframe’s momentum. Such an approach makes it possible to accurately recreate the specific performance of the F-15C Eagle airframe throughout the entire flight envelope, including critical regimes like high angles of attack, stalls, spins, as well as specific flight conditions such as ground effect. Additionally, a new engine model is also created on par with the flight model to provide more realistic and accurate performance, for example featuring effects like negative G loading. The flight control system is modeled realistically, for example including input authority coefficients dependent on speed and altitude scheduling, the Aileron/Rudder Interconnect (ARI), Control Augmentation System (CAS), as well as Attitude and Altitude autopilot modes.
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Mensaje por RUSH el Miér Abr 09, 2014 5:59 am

Buenos datos.
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Mensaje por AlemaN el Miér Abr 09, 2014 11:07 am

tengo que invertigar si el SU-25T tiene AFM, pero con esto doy fin a la discución de los otros días sobre el A-10A y su AFM
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Mensaje por RUSH el Jue Abr 10, 2014 10:44 am

Bueno Aleman casualmente Wags acaba de sacarte de la duda, el SU-25A y T si tienen AFM en DCS, aqui les dejo el post integro:

The below is provided to explain the various fidelity levels of flight dynamics and cockpit systems modeling available in our various DCS aircraft simulation products. We provide this to you to help better understand what your are purchasing:

Standard Flight Model (SFM). This has not changed and defines a more data-driven means of achieving flight dynamics, in conjunction with some scripting. SFM was used in the Lock On series and is still used in the Flaming Cliffs 3 Su-33 and MiG-29. However, we do plan to update these at a later time.

Advanced Flight Model (AFM) and AFM+. An AFM uses multiple points of force application and calculation on the relevant flight surfaces. This simulates edge of envelope conditions well and avoids scripted behaviors as used in an SFM. This system also partially implements the aircraft's flight augmentation systems. DCS aircraft that use AFM includes the Su-25T. A further evolution of the AFM is what we term the AFM+ and this uses the same calculations as AFM but adds limited modeling of the hydraulic and fuel systems. Examples of AFM+ in DCS include the Su-25 and A-10A.

Professional Flight Model (PFM). This is generations beyond an AFM/AFM+ and is based upon:

• Use a wider array of wind tunnel tests CFD methods for aerodynamics parameters calculations.
• A higher level of aircraft construction details for forces calculations. For example: our landing gear model includes individual kinematics of retracting/extending is used to calculate its movement, servo-piston forces, etc. In such cases, we truly use real lengths, arms, etc. This also includes such items as a realistic simulation of airflow along the airframe due to the propeller or helicopter rotor thrust.
• Realistic simulation of Flight Control, CAS and Autopilot systems.
• Realistic simulation of Hydraulics, Fuel, Electrical, Engine and other systems influence flight characteristics.
• Unprecedented access to test data packs.

This is combined with much more detailed and accurate accounting of the physical forces on the aircraft and airfoils. DCS examples of the PFM include the A-10C, Ka-50, P-51D, UH-1H, Mi-8MTV2, F-15C and Su-27 (in development) for DCS Flaming Cliffs, and the Fw190-D9 (in development).

External Flight Model (EFM). Used by our partner developers, the EFM uses only a part of PFM - rigid body physics and contact model. What forces and moments are applied to this rigid body from aerodynamics and any other sources except the contact forces is up to EFM developer.

Standard Systems Modeling (SSM). A DCS module using SSM is characterized as including just the most essential cockpit systems and using keyboard and joystick commands only to interact with the cockpit. Examples of SSM in DCS include all of the Flaming Cliffs 3 aircraft.

Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM). An ASM enabled aircraft goes into great depth to model the intricacies of the various cockpit systems, to include functionality for almost all the buttons, switches, dials, etc. A key element of an ASM cockpit is the ability to interact with it using your mouse. ASM DCS examples include the A-10C, Ka-50, P-51D, UH-1H and Mi-8MTV2.

In the coming weeks, we will be updating our store pages to use these product definitions.

Module Flight Dynamics System Modeling
Su-25T Advanced Flight Model (AFM) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
Su-25 Advanced Flight Model + (AFM+) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
A-10A Advanced Flight Model + (AFM+) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
F-15C Professional Flight Model (PFM) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
Su-27 (In Development) Professional Flight Model (PFM) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
Su-33 Standard Flight Model (SFM) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
MiG-29 Standard Flight Model (SFM) Standard Systems Modeling (SSM)
A-10C Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
Ka-50 Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
UH-1H Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
Fw190-D9 (In Development) Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
Mi-8MTV2 Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
P-51D Professional Flight Model (PFM) Advanced Systems Modeling (ASM)
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Mensaje por AlemaN el Sáb Abr 12, 2014 7:20 am

No more question.
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