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Guess the secret project at FlightSimExpo (Poll)

Guess the secret project  

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  1. 1. Guess the secret project

    • Dynamic Environmental engine(external flight dynamics,icing accum affecting perf,realistic turb sim etc)
      34
    • 787 or 737 MAX or both
      67
    • Something new in the 747-8 technology (ex completely 747 sim -circuit breakers etc)
      6
    • One of the following airbuses A330 or A340 or A350 or A380
      27
    • Full motion flight sim center running pmdg soft
      25
    • New flightsim platform built from scratch by PMDG
      53
    • Xplane conversion all products
      15
    • Crash simulation engine inside p3d (fires,debris etc)
      11
    • Bombardier Cseries or Embraer Ejets
      16
    • Instructor Station (manage failures etc)
      10
    • 767 remake or collab with level d 757
      32
    • CPDLC implementation with new Swift vatsim client
      21
    • Other
      45

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  • Poll closed on 06/05/2018 at 03:57 PM

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Good day!
As we get closer to the FlightSimExpo i made a poll to guess what the secret project will be from pmdg.

Just for fun.It has nothing to do with reality.Lets keep it as simple as possible.Thank you


(where is my poll i made?)
 

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Mihalis Vele

 

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Boeing 737/747-400/757/767/777

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I want to vote twice. One vote for 737-8 and 787, and also for the airbus series.... hahahahaha


Brian Nellis

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Um...hi. Yes. Excuse me, but...

Where's the Woodpigeon entry? :ph34r:

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Kyle Rodgers

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11 minutes ago, scandinavian13 said:

Where's the Woodpigeon entry? 

I'm waiting for someone to mention a pogo stick ....


David Porrett

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2 hours ago, DavidP said:

I'm waiting for someone to mention a pogo stick ....

Not worth doing unless you model the spring tension in accordance with the principles of Hookes Law.

(Seriously, google Hooke's Law - I am amazed at the extent to which the properties of a spring have been evaluated by science!)


Mark Adeane - NZWN
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No option for a new 64bit MD11? I am shocked :laugh:

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Christopher Low

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15 hours ago, markadeane said:

Not worth doing unless you model the spring tension in accordance with the principles of Hookes Law.

(Seriously, google Hooke's Law - I am amazed at the extent to which the properties of a spring have been evaluated by science!)

Back in the 70s I think, Flying magazine did a "pilot report" article on a gas powered pogo stick, literally a two-stroke single piston engine that was a powered pogo stick.  The problem they had "test flying" was they'd laugh so hard they'd fall off.  Springs played a vital role in Leonardo's design of flying machines in the 16th century so don't discount the importance of springs.

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Maybe the Lockheed C-5 Galaxy? I don’t think anybody would expect military aircraft from PMDG and it’s certainly huge. Although I just don’t see PMDG taking 10 years on it.


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On 5/23/2018 at 12:41 AM, markadeane said:

Not worth doing unless you model the spring tension in accordance with the principles of Hookes Law.

(Seriously, google Hooke's Law - I am amazed at the extent to which the properties of a spring have been evaluated by science!)

Is there any other way to model a spring?


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6 hours ago, karlt said:

Gulfstream....

Now that would be a welcome surprise. Not that long to wait...

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2 minutes ago, kevinh said:

Is there any other way to model a spring?

Well we wouldn't want them just relying on the native P3D spring modelling. I'd want to see them do their own complex algorithms outside of the sim. 😆


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9 hours ago, markadeane said:

Well we wouldn't want them just relying on the native P3D spring modelling. I'd want to see them do their own complex algorithms outside of the sim. 😆

Hooke’s Law is pretty simple. Deflection is proportional to force. It says nothing about things like friction and damping which I suspect you are referring to. I don’t know what P3D’s spring model is but if it’s anything other than Hooke’s Law I’d be surprised. 


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On 5/22/2018 at 10:26 PM, DavidP said:

I'm waiting for someone to mention a pogo stick ....

For the uninitiated...

 


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