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If this isn't a FM bug (I can't say one way or the other), what would be the piloting cause? 

 

Also has anyone else experienced the GE pushing the Hind up and out of GE? It's almost like I'm constantly bouncing in and out of GE, especially with this near constant oscillation that I don't feel is PIO.

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Yes i feel this pitch oscilation too.

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Same here. Seems to happen with or without the pitch autopilot channel enabled, although with the autopilot channel is much better than without. Not sure what could be causing this. I can ride through it until in a hover and it goes away.

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4 minutes ago, kengou said:

Same here. Seems to happen with or without the pitch autopilot channel enabled, although with the autopilot channel is much better than without. Not sure what could be causing this. I can ride through it until in a hover and it goes away.

Yes exactly. Once you get settled in ground effect it stops. Seems odd

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It's being discussed in the Bugs section but they need replay tracks. I have limited fly time and only fly ramp-to-ramp or not at all these days, which makes tracks too long for debugging. If we can get some track files it would be much appreciated. 

 

In my experience it happens while decelerating through 140kph, and settles out when going below 100kph, regardless of ground effect or altitude. I sometimes see similar but minor pitch oscillations when making hard turns at high bank angles. 

 

 

 

 


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MI-8 ain't got massive lift wings.

Hind does. large area for the rotor down wash to interact with as you slow down,  down wash moving forward over the wings and all that junk.

Mi-8 also does not have retracting wheels, I wonder how that effects the airflow whilst decelerating, I might try that, bring the machine to a hover first then extend the wheels.

Would be good to hear from some Russian MI-24 pilots concerning this.

  

 


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