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While we wait for the manual of Belsimtek, I thought I would gather my thoughts about what I know so far and write it all down before I forget.

 

DCS MiG-15bis

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-uSpZROuEd3RThWVG8yaUJacnc

 

 

Enjoy!


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While we wait for the manual of Belsimtek, I thought I would gather my thoughts about what I know so far and write it all down before I forget.

 

MiG-15bis Guide

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/20586543/DCS%20MiG-15bis%20Guide.pdf

 

Enjoy!

 

 

Hi Chuck,

 

first of all thank you. You made very good guides, i know you made others.

 

How do make them? I mean the original available full doc for the Mig 15 is in Russian.

 

Thanks for your hard work and sharing, making it me much easier to understand.

 

Excellent work:thumbup:

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WOW,....you've done it already Chuck!,blimey mate,you must've been working on this day and night,to get this done,I for one,really appreciate you're sterling efforts to produce this,thank you very much indeed sir :thumbup:

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Chuck,

 

I have two questions about your guide (that is really well done).

Why not turning on the battery before asking for the ground power ? How would you use the intercom if the low voltage circuit is not powered ?

No flaps for taking off ? You saw that in russian procedures ?

 

Thanks for enlighten me. ;-)

 

Thanks again

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Chuck,

 

I have two questions about your guide (that is really well done).

Why not turning on the battery before asking for the ground power ? How would you use the intercom if the low voltage circuit is not powered ?

No flaps for taking off ? You saw that in russian procedures ?

 

Thanks for enlighten me. ;-)

 

Thanks again

 

Maybe he's talking to the ground crew through the open canopy :music_whistling:

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@Elefant

 

About flaps:

 

DCS Quick Guide recommends a 20 deg Flaps setting on takeoff. However, based on my own experience I don't need any flaps on takeoff. Like I wrote: it is my personal way and it is not 100 % by-the-book. The DCS manual indicates a slightly lower rotation speed (that includes flaps), yet I found another manual the gives higher rotation speed but no flaps. I tend to takeoff without flaps because I often forget to retract them and jam them during flight. Unless you have a very very short runway, I don't think flaps are necessary for takeoff.

 

About the battery:

 

Yes, there is a technical reason behind this.

 

I wrote the procedure that was in the russian manual. I am not an electrical engineer, so I'm not sure I can give you a thorough and meaningful answer. You'd need to ask Bunyap: I think he studied in electrical engineering.


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Another great guide. Thank you Chuck :pilotfly:

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Thanks Charly, a great guide! However, I never use the airbrake on finals but leave it for the rollout instead, because this seems to suffice; no runway overshoots so far. Hmmm... maybe I should set up base on some short-runway AB such as Novorossiysk to see how I do there :unsure:

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