P3D v4 TU 144D

#6
Yes, it was. plan is TU-144D cccp-77115. I knew out there have TU-144D v3.5 from Russian developer, but it has fuel management problem that make aircraft jumping, roll uncontrollable and there no further development so far I follow it.
 

dave hoeffgen

Resource contributor
#7
I learned the TU 144 (not sure if it's all versions) has retractable canards. I'm curious if that's possible to model with the FSX/P3D flight dynamics :)
 

Heretic

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#9
Good luck with programming the systems and doing the flight dynamics on that one. The Concorde had a complex fuel balancing system to keep the center of gravity within limits during the long transatlantic flights. I assume the Tu-144 was no different.



I learned the TU 144 (not sure if it's all versions) has retractable canards. I'm curious if that's possible to model with the FSX/P3D flight dynamics :)
Use the flap system.
 
#10
I learned the TU 144 (not sure if it's all versions) has retractable canards. I'm curious if that's possible to model with the FSX/P3D flight dynamics :)
prototype version didn't have canard, more over it far different from "production" version.

Good luck with programming the systems and doing the flight dynamics on that one. The Concorde had a complex fuel balancing system to keep the center of gravity within limits during the long transatlantic flights. I assume the Tu-144 was no different.
true, Concorde and TU-144 are have similarity on fuel balancing. this aircraft was very challenging... don't know how it will be ...
 
#13
still on going ...

this aircraft still can't fly, no animation and rough VC. base on my experience with Osprey, I need to totally finish the model, then go to coding, FDE, sound. for next 6 month, maybe that will be first time the engine start and not flying yet. I have rough plan for this beast.

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F747fly

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#17
Concorde and TU-144 are have similarity on fuel balancin
But didn't the TU require the crew to switch on pump to transfer fuel from one tank to another during the flight? In concorde this was automatically controlled by the onbroad computer but I do not recall if the TU also was able to do this automatically.
 
#18
But didn't the TU require the crew to switch on pump to transfer fuel from one tank to another during the flight? In concorde this was automatically controlled by the onbroad computer but I do not recall if the TU also was able to do this automatically.
I don't know yet, but I will make it semi automatic for fuel balancing.

Awesome..........

Hope it goes well. Dont get burned out. Have fun making it.
I will....
 
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