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Boeing 747 Fuselage

12.6k KLM_747  3 months ago
Auto Credit Based on KLM_747's 747-402

Yeah it's similar to the last one, but trust me, every single panel is new. I gave the tail too. Thanks for front page everyone!

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor 747-402
  • Successors 4 airplane(s) +133 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 74.6ft (22.7m)
  • Length 232.9ft (71.0m)
  • Height 65.7ft (20.0m)
  • Empty Weight 58,544lbs (26,555kg)
  • Loaded Weight 58,544lbs (26,555kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading -439,839.3lbs/ft2 (-2,147,483.6kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 0.0ft2 (0.0m2)
  • Drag Points 18058

Parts

  • Number of Parts 185
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    12.6k KLM_747

    747 300/400 pax variant, you will need to stretch the fuselage for -8 and shrink the hump for 100/200. Connections are easy to manipulate.

    Pinned 3 months ago
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    okay

    2 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @hahanoob25 I've already made the landing gear, but it will be released with the rest of the airplane.

    2 months ago
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    @KLM_747 CAN YOU MAKE THE 747 LANDING GEAR PLEASE

    2 months ago
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    Can you add a 747 landing gear?

    2 months ago
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    @KLM_747 can you tag me on the latest unlosted post of this build i wann asee your progress i swear i will not repost it

    2 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @EnzoDiaz Nope, the entire wing. Check in my posts.

    3 months ago
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    @KLM_747 you mean the rear stablizers?

    3 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @EnzoDiaz I actually already posted the wings!

    3 months ago
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    @KLM_747 thanks for the plane because i dont need to build the fuselage and i'll build the wings and the landing gear

    3 months ago
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    16.8k UltraLight

    @KLM_747 ah. I went to a young eagles flight(free) and got to fly in a 172 bush. I pretty much flew the whole time until we landed, at which point he slammed the elevator straight to our chests. No float, it was beautiful. But I know quite a bit about GA because a key part of my week is going to the airport and talking to pilots and watching/reading plane videos/articles.
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    And I mean I'm sure you know this, I'm not sure how far into training you are, but just fly slower aproaches, or just as you would normally touch down, just pull more elevator to keep you up. The latter is bad to get in a habit of, but whatever it's better than landing fast.

    3 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @YoDudeChase I'm just been practicing for a while. This actually isn't my best paneling, since I only had four hours to do this.

    3 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @UltraLight Thanks for the detailed information! I actually fly a Cessna 150, and I need to work more on using full elevator when landing (I usually land kinda flat). Student pilot though, so I have time to work on it!

    3 months ago
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    2,967 YoDudeChase

    How, I thought I was decent at paneling... But how

    3 months ago
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    16.8k UltraLight

    @KLM_747 oh yes! Now I remember that a lot of boeings have all-moving stabs for more trim efficiency--including the 737 I believe although I may be wrong. Although, the ailerons do have trim tabs on the 737-900, I saw them irl. I was recently trying to find this elevator deflection for you but it is really tricky to find. I made a 737 one time to scale but it was too many parts and I couldn't finish, and I couldnt find throws for any surfaces on that either.
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    Look, all I know is that the default SP deflection of 35* is waaaaay too high. As you have your elevators at 30,* your very high up there. As I said in your wing post with the ailerons, they maybe moved 10-15* at a maximum. And although the elevators may be capable of reaching 25 or 30,* the flight computers would limit their throws except possibly on flair; at least in general aviation, full elevator deflection is almost always used on landing.
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    But I am one of the people addicted to plane spotting videos, and in heavy crosswinds that rudder will be all over. I think the 20* you have rn is looking pretty accurate, maybe copy over the 20 to the elevators. I typically use 15-20* btw, depending on the type of aircraft(bush/stol/aerobatics planes more, ultralights and GA aircraft less)

    3 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @UltraLight The 747 doesn't have trim tabs. (Proof, paragraph 6)I'll recheck the elevator throw though!

    3 months ago
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    8,253 Dysprosium

    185 parts wow!

    3 months ago
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    768 Graingy

    cool!

    3 months ago
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    27.9k tsampoy

    So smooth!

    3 months ago
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    16.8k UltraLight

    This is amazing. Not sure if you are taking suggestions from measly silvers like me but heres a few things.
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    Trim tabs??!?
    Rudder deflection good
    Elevator deflection probably too high
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    That's all from me!

    3 months ago
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    @KLM_747 Lol

    3 months ago
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    Great shape

    3 months ago
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    Np! Also, it is only for the 300 / 400 variant.,

    3 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    @SavageMan Thank you for the spotlight and telling me what to fix!
    @AsteroidAsteroidTheBook Fixed it.

    3 months ago
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    So I guess this is a 747 fuselage and not a nose

    +2 3 months ago
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