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[REPORTED]MIG-29S keeps exploding upon touchdown


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Hapilly SU-27 flies and lands just fine. The blown tires issue , IMHO, is a realistic effect. Do not exceed takeoff speed of 290 kph for more then two seconds. Do not exceed max braking for more then two seconds. On departure rotate around 240-250 kph. Do not exceed 3 meters/s VV on touchdown, and do not exceed 290 kph on touchdown. 270 kph touchdown works great with 2 m/s VV.

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Hapilly SU-27 flies and lands just fine. The blown tires issue , IMHO, is a realistic effect. Do not exceed takeoff speed of 290 kph for more then two seconds. Do not exceed max braking for more then two seconds. On departure rotate around 240-250 kph. Do not exceed 3 meters/s VV on touchdown, and do not exceed 290 kph on touchdown. 270 kph touchdown works great with 2 m/s VV.

 

We are talking about the MiG-29S here. Not the Su-27 thats a completely different story with a completely different flightmodel.

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But, with a new 3D model so probably there's some issue introduced with it.

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I flew the instant action mission this morning to get a look at the new model, and landed perfectly fine at Sukhumi. May be down to descent rate or AoA, or possibly certain air bases?


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I flew the instant action mission this morning to get a look at the new model, and landed perfectly fine at Sukhumi. May be down to descent rate or AoA, or possibly certain air bases?

 

had it on a take off at Batumi also, I have made a report, ED will soon tell me if I am wrong don't worry :)

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MIG-29A is affected likewise. Two issues I tested with and both have not been explanatory.

1. Gross weight on touchdown. I thought that having too much fuel on landing was issue. So I tried landing with fuel between 500 and 1000. Basically between critical and low fuel state, and no weapons. No good. Even VV of 1-2ms causes explosion right after the wheel touchdown squeak is heard.

2. Sideslip on touchdown. Even straight down centerline of runway causes explosion.

 

Looks like excessively strict limits on Mig-29 landing have crept in. I have no problems on take off.

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MIG-29A is affected likewise. Two issues I tested with and both have not been explanatory.

1. Gross weight on touchdown. I thought that having too much fuel on landing was issue. So I tried landing with fuel between 500 and 1000. Basically between critical and low fuel state, and no weapons. No good. Even VV of 1-2ms causes explosion right after the wheel touchdown squeak is heard.

2. Sideslip on touchdown. Even straight down centerline of runway causes explosion.

 

Looks like excessively strict limits on Mig-29 landing have crept in. I have no problems on take off.

 

Which air base were were you conducting your test landing at?

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OK, I think I got it figured out. It's not so much a bug as a change to landing procedure. Personally, I've kept the pitch at approximately 10 deg to maintain -1 descent rate till touchdown. Watching the track that I recorded, I saw the burner cans strike the runway, causing the plane to explode. I've adjusted my pitch angle to around 7 and got her down no issue. I have included the track of the safe landing.

MiG-29 Test.trk

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Here's a second track of a fast mission created to test new T/O and landing angles. Hope seeing this helps out and keeps this great bird flying!

MiG-29 Test2.trk

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possibly, I have made the report, my guess is it is something to do with the new model

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