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pedro oliveira fde 10 for PSS abpro Parking brake bug

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I noticed that using these FDE my A320 with engines IDLE and parking brakes activated, the aircraft slowly moves ahead....Anybody knows this issue? solutio?P.S. I didn't found a direct contact to oliveira forumBest regards

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This is a known FS problem (do a search here at avsim for "parking brake problem") and doesn't have anything specifically to do with the PSS Airbuses. It would be worth you having a look at your joystick settings and also the null zone in the FS controls->sensitivities menu. A long time back after I adjusted this I found it didn't happen again.Rob Elliott, EGPE InvernessPSS Airbus Support andAirbus Fleet Training Captain, British Airways Virtual airbus@speedbirdonline.co.ukhttp://www.speedbirdonline.co.uk/airbus.htmlhttp://www.bavirtual.co.uk

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After many searches and trials i succeeded for all my Airbuses Except for the pedro Oliveira one.I think it's a FDE bug, but how can i contact him or find a forum about his FDE?Thanking for the replybest regards

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If it were an FDE bug we'd all have that problem, wouldn't we?I use his A320 FDE and don't have a problem with creeping at idle.I have no idea how to contact him.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile


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Correct!No way this is an FDE-problem... I experienced similar issues. Calibrate your throttle correctly and the aircraft will stay parked.Rgds, Sam

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OK this is not a FDE problem, but why i experience this only with this aircraft and not with "native" PSS FDE?I have ms Force feedback 2 joystick and i calibrated it so many times.When i am IDLE with my Pedro PSS IAE i havefuel flow 980 kg/hEGT 291N1 19.4N2 52.4EPR 1.00 are these values simlar to yours?Best regards

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Well, there is an FDE issue there after all. :-eekI use the CFM version...but I parked the A320 on the runway at the edge of the 500-ft remaining marker...left it, came back 15 min later and it had indeed moved about a foot forward. So it is creeping, but so slowly as to be barely noticeable.The thrust curves on Pedro's FDE (more correctly) produce more thrust at idle than PSS...but the real difference is in the brake energy, which is about half of what's coded in the PSS FDE (which is too much). I bumped it up in 0.1 increments from 8.05664 to 9.5 and can't detect any motion now. The value is in table 1101 of the airfile...you'll need an editor like AirfileManager or AirEd to make the change.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile


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One more note, if you want to make that change in AirEd, the value isn't 9.5, it's 19456.RegardsBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile


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Guest marcemar1

thank you very much i tried your air file editing but even if using higher braking effevtivness values than yours.....still creeping aarghregards

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what about editing IDLE thrust? could it be possible?Or why not editing "tires friction"? (i don't know if there is such a item in the air file.)regards

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