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Truly impressive work!

One of the comments on YT really did my day (well, actually my night).
Here it is:

"Sorry, I'm really sorry but this is utter s.h.i.t. I've flown the real A320 for the best part of 47 years, and this is NOTHING like the real thing. NOTHING. Firstly, the pneumatics on all airbuses are powered by air, not hydraulics, and the left side is fully disunionised from the right side in order to keep both engines operating simultaneously. Secondly, the reason we have air pressure in the pneumatics system is because of forward airspeed, it correlates directly with knots to PSI, so 250 knots = 250PSI of pneumatic pressure in the hydraulics system. Now, the bit you guys have clearly failed to research is the RAM. On the real thing, the RAM is only used in the event of a total power loss, and there is ONLY ONE on the entire aircraft, you have put two in there and they don't even look like the real RAM. Whilst I admit in my age I might be misremembering some aspects of the aircraft, I am certain that just like the DC-10, the A320 had multiple friozone control for the PACKS and outboard transliteration valves, I didn't see this mentioned anywhere in the video? I really hope all these systems are just placeholder for now, as 6900 hours on the real thing is telling me you've got this all wrong. - Liam Sterling, A320 Training Captain.

Update: I just checked my logbook, I was indeed mistaken, I fly the MD-11, not the A320. Apologies everyone."

Liam Sterling, you made me choke laughing, thank you!
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18 minutes ago, David Roch said:

........ I am certain that just like the DC-10, the A320 ...........

At this point I started wondering if everything was right :-))))

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27 minutes ago, David Roch said:

Truly impressive work!

One of the comments on YT really did my day (well, actually my night).
Here it is:

"Sorry, I'm really sorry but this is utter s.h.i.t. I've flown the real A320 for the best part of 47 years, and this is NOTHING like the real thing. NOTHING. Firstly, the pneumatics on all airbuses are powered by air, not hydraulics, and the left side is fully disunionised from the right side in order to keep both engines operating simultaneously. Secondly, the reason we have air pressure in the pneumatics system is because of forward airspeed, it correlates directly with knots to PSI, so 250 knots = 250PSI of pneumatic pressure in the hydraulics system. Now, the bit you guys have clearly failed to research is the RAM. On the real thing, the RAM is only used in the event of a total power loss, and there is ONLY ONE on the entire aircraft, you have put two in there and they don't even look like the real RAM. Whilst I admit in my age I might be misremembering some aspects of the aircraft, I am certain that just like the DC-10, the A320 had multiple friozone control for the PACKS and outboard transliteration valves, I didn't see this mentioned anywhere in the video? I really hope all these systems are just placeholder for now, as 6900 hours on the real thing is telling me you've got this all wrong. - Liam Sterling, A320 Training Captain.

Update: I just checked my logbook, I was indeed mistaken, I fly the MD-11, not the A320. Apologies everyone."

Liam Sterling, you made me choke laughing, thank you!
😄

 

Most people won't read past the first few sentences and think the entire wall of text is real....can't say it's funny.

Hell even I thought it was real until I squinted and saw the "update I fly the MD-11".

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Wow the attention to the little details when the vents open and close because of the skin temperature. Really a truly awesome work! 

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I watch this video and still wonder, why my wife isn't as enthusiastic as I am.

Anyone an idea???

🤔

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One thing that has always bothered me is the temperature, pressures, and engine instrument readings always showing the exact same readings per each side.  There will always be some variance between the two sides.

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Just now, mpw8679 said:

One thing that has always bothered me is the temperature, pressures, and engine instrument readings always showing the exact same readings per each side.  There will always be some variance between the two sides.

It's mentioned in the description of the video.

"As a note: Deep Engine Simulation is not implemented in this build - hence there is no difference in ENG 1 and ENG 2 - this is planned for later."

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1 minute ago, Aamir said:

It's mentioned in the description of the video.

"As a note: Deep Engine Simulation is not implemented in this build - hence there is no difference in ENG 1 and ENG 2 - this is planned for later."

My apologies I did miss that.  


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Just now, mpw8679 said:

My apologies I did miss that.  

Don't worry about it, doesn't help YouTube hides that bit! 

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9 hours ago, guenseli said:

I watch this video and still wonder, why my wife isn't as enthusiastic as I am.

Anyone an idea???

🤔

Wrong wife?

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So... just a tad above the default A320 then?? 🤣🤣

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The attention to detail is very impressive, this aircraft will keep us busy for a while.


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13 hours ago, guenseli said:

I watch this video and still wonder, why my wife isn't as enthusiastic as I am.

Anyone an idea???

🤔

because your credit card is with her. 😄

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