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Porbeagle

3,823 MobyDick  3 months ago
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This is my first attempt to use fuselage blocks to build aircraft wings. The flaps are movable but they do not provide extra lift to the airplane. I tried to put wings inside the flap blocks, but when the flaps are extended, instead of increasing the lift of the wings, they make the plane pitch downward. Can someone please tell me the solution in the comment section. Except for that, It has excellent speed and maneuverability, and it's really fun to fly. Updated Version

Controls:
AG6 = Gyroscope (use to assist landing)
AG7 = Parachute
AG8 = Navigation Lights and Landing Light
VTOL = Flaps
Trim = Trim

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General Characteristics

  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Mac
  • Wingspan 36.0ft (11.0m)
  • Length 45.8ft (14.0m)
  • Height 19.6ft (6.0m)
  • Empty Weight -1,877lbs (-851kg)
  • Loaded Weight 34,046lbs (15,443kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 3.96
  • Wing Loading 25.6lbs/ft2 (125.1kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,328.9ft2 (123.5m2)
  • Drag Points 4492

Parts

  • Number of Parts 216
  • Control Surfaces 0
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    Ok @MobyDick

    2 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @LlamaIndustries They are made of fuselage inlet with scaled wings hidden inside.

    2 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @AircraftoftheRedStar Thank you so much, this means a lot to me. :)

    2 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @BogdanX Thank you for the compliments and the advice on building techniques. I have built an update of this plane with functional flaps using the edited rotators from your He-219. The distance between the two main landing wheels is also widened.

    2 months ago
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    What did you make the flaps and ailerons out of?

    2 months ago
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    Here’s the 50h upvote from me to you.
    You deserved it! ;D

    3 months ago
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    2,106 Shippy456

    hmmmm. I should start scrapping planes for mod parts....

    3 months ago
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    20.6k ChiChiWerx

    @MobyDick it was easy on my mobile, where you’re having difficulty is that you’re probably over controlling it. Once you get it aligned with the runway, wings level and aimed at your landing point, just set 4% power, which will hold 200 mph on a reasonable glide slope. You don’t even have to change your bank angle once it’s aimed correctly and wings level. The trim should be set most of the way down (nose up) and you don’t have to mess with that either once set. Once over the runway and close to landing, simply chop the power and flare just a little by pulling straight back on the stick. Easy.

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @communisticbanana Thank you :)

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @BogdanX Thank you for the advice. I am a big fan of your work!!!!

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @ChiChiWerx Thank you. I am happy you found it easy to land. I put the gyro on it for mobile players to land it easier. I have the game in both my phone and PC, and I think the control for mobile is really tricky.

    3 months ago
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    Nice face, very epic

    3 months ago
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    2,106 Shippy456

    🤨🧐

    HMMMMMmMMmmM

    3 months ago
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    20.6k ChiChiWerx

    I have to ask: why in the world did you feel the need to put a gyro on it for landing? This has to be one of the easiest landing aircraft I’ve flown in SP...slow down to 200 mph, about 4% thrust and flare to land...dead easy.

    3 months ago
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    3,484 edensk

    @MobyDick you can disable the part's aircraft colisions with overload

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @skullcandy01 Thank you for the advice. I would balance the center of lift by adding weight to the back of the plane. But when the flaps come down, they act like the elevators on my horizontal stabilizers, making the plane pitches downward.

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @edensk Thank you! That's a brilliant idea. I hope it won't cause any explosion though

    3 months ago
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    3,484 edensk

    or attach the main wings to a rotator that moves ãround 3 degrees

    3 months ago
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    3,484 edensk

    @MobyDick you can hide some scaled down wings attached to rotators inside the fuselage in the front to simulate the effect

    3 months ago
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    @MobyDick The wings are generating extra lift with flaps with wings inside, but it shifts the center of lift so that the plane pitches down. Its sort of like moving the center of lift from the balanced location you have it to some other uncalculated area on the plane. If you keep it level with your tail stabilizers, you will rise in air faster.

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @HarryBen47 Thank you :)

    3 months ago
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    11.0k HarryBen47

    @lumingfei Yeah this is t what did you expect it's only for nice shaping


    Don't mind that guy it's axtually quite nice

    3 months ago
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    29.4k BaconRoll

    @MobyDick I think thresher sharks are the coolest

    3 months ago
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    3,823 MobyDick

    @BaconRoll Thank you. You are right, porbeagles are mini great whites but not a lot of people know that. Oceanic Whitetip shark is my favorite though.

    +1 3 months ago
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    The block component does not provide any lift, only the wing component provides

    3 months ago
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