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Aerospatiale-BAC Concorde Singapore Airlines

37.2k jelybaca  9 days ago

The Concorde in Singapore Airlines Livery

In the Cockpit

Night Time

Controls

AG2......................Thrust Reverse
AG3......................Enhanced Taxi Steering
AG4......................Droop Snoot
AG5......................Autopilot
Landing Gear......Landing Gear & Landing Lights
VTOL....................Weight shift
Trim.....................Trim

This Concorde features

  • Singapore Airlines Livery
  • Functional Cockpit Interior
  • Working Analog Instruments
  • Illuminated Windows
  • Elevons
  • FT Engine Performance
  • Droop Snoot
  • ASBS

Note

  • Takeoff Speed...380km/h
  • Max Speed(18km@100%Pwr)...2236km/h
  • Stall Speed...170Km/h

Peculiar Performance

  • Landing Speed(5%Pwr).......220Km/h
  • Alt. to exceed 1000km/h...3000m

Due to the COM is more forward than COL, landings would be noticeably harder, that is why weight shifts with VTOL in this Concorde like the actual thing. For Takeoffs and cruise: Set VTOL to +1 or highest to negate pitching up movements, for landings: Set VTOL to - 1 or lowest to shift the COM much closer to COL, to ease and improve control surfaces response.

This Concorde is just like the real thing; A complex piece of engineering. More Funky Trees coding has been put in this project than in all of my other projects as engine performance is the biggest concern in this project; Too weak at ground and at steep pitch angles, and powerful at high altitudes and level flight.

This code:

 (clamp((((AltitudeAgl/ 10000) - 0.0075) * (Throttle)), 0, 1.25))/ (clamp((PitchAngle/ 15), 1, 15))

Is what is utilised to achieve the desired engine performance. Here are the variables explained:

  • 10000: This is the AltitudeAgl when the engine would reach full power to overcome 2000km/h.
  • 0.0075: The AltitudeAgl variable as to when the FT would kick in, in this case its 75m as 75/10000=0.0075. In case of 7628m dividant, it would then be 75/7628=0.009832.
  • 1.25: The ‘max’ in the Engine, so in this case. The min/max in the engines are 0/1.25. If your max is 1 in your engines, then max would be 1 in the clamp(x, min, max) operator.
  • 15: The angle of the aircraft to which the engine loses power. Both must be the same digit! clamp((PitchAngle/ 15), 1, 15). It is important that in this formula, the ‘min’ stays at 1 as below that would be decimals which instead of decreasing the power, it multiplies it.

Be aware though that if you are using this formula, that your aircraft weighs almost the same as the real thing, or more because if its too light, it could accelerate like a rocket even at 90° Pitch due to the nature of the formula increasing power for every increase in altitude.

The timing for droop snoot is easily achieved by using the smooth operator, setting all to the same increment and all have the speed set at 100%. Although since it uses a smooth function, it will not work on any updates prior to 1.9.204.

I would have went for Air France or British Airways for the livery but since the majority of Concordes in this site offers said liveries, I went ahead with Singapore Airlines to offer something new and everyone could enjoy rather than something already existing.

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 82.7ft (25.2m)
  • Length 207.3ft (63.2m)
  • Height 41.4ft (12.6m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 181,451lbs (82,305kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.3
  • Wing Loading 43.7lbs/ft2 (213.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 4,148.8ft2 (385.4m2)
  • Drag Points 24019

Parts

  • Number of Parts 733
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    30 Airt

    我为什么无法控制他呢

    4 days ago
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    Can you build a mobile friendly (realistic as possible) Ilyushin IL-76
    That would be the best

    6 days ago
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    603 Iamcat

    THIS. THING. IS. AWESOME, I NEED TO UPVOTE THIS

    +1 6 days ago
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    690 Mr10ToN

    very fantastic.

    7 days ago
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    Make the Pepsi livery concorde

    +6 7 days ago
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    10.1k ChrisPy

    I don’t think it should be able to turn this fast but okay

    7 days ago
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    @jelybaca oooooo

    8 days ago
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    8,110 GJW14

    Looks like the new best Concorde on the site. Excellent job!! :D

    8 days ago
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    37.2k jelybaca

    @ShootsPlanes
    yoi could have made a pepsi livery, but hey, this is good enough


    That sounds like a solid plan, and thank you.

    8 days ago
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    37.2k jelybaca
    • @asteroidbook345

    What’s that tri-prop I see in the background?


    Its a Tupolev Tu-184NK, an idea of Unlistedplanes.


    • @TheSavageManZ

    How many hours do you play man?
    Also here’s a “complaint” i’ve had for quite long... next time plz make the cockpit interior ACCURATE to the real thing


    About an hour because of a more refined building process, using bigger and less parts, and whatnot. My dude, the cockpit functions, if I cater to your standards, my phone, and eventually my laptop would explode. 500 parts for a cockpit is too much for me, let alone 4000 just for the panel, console, and seats. But I’ll see into it and tag you then.

    Edit

    This might actually be my last project, external obligations and whatnot.

    +1 8 days ago
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    @jelybaca yoi could have made the pepsi livery, but hey, this is good enough

    8 days ago
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    369 Panizon

    aight @Eiro

    +1 8 days ago
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    13.7k Viper6

    Hell yes!

    8 days ago
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    What’s that tri-prop I see in the background?

    +2 8 days ago
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    6,065 Eiro

    They did joint flight eith british airways@Panizon

    8 days ago
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    369 Panizon

    I never knew Singapore airlines had a concorde

    8 days ago
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    How many hours to you play everyday man?
    Also here's a "complaint" i've had for quite long... next time plz make the cockpit interior ACCURATE to the real thing

    +2 8 days ago
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    9,592 LucasNicky

    supersonik kool

    +1 8 days ago
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    Looks really amazing, man. :) And by the way, would you like to build the A380Ultra in the future? The A380Ultra is a triple decker successor of the original A380 which has seating for 880 to 1060 passengers and would be powered by 4 GE9X engines. I'll let you think about it, and if yes, that would be a sight to behold. :)

    +1 8 days ago
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    This is so cool! This has to be the best one on the site!

    +1 8 days ago
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    40.3k Tang0five

    Beautiful, drop dead gorgeous in fact - just like the real bird. I’m nit going to be able to try it on this heap until I get my pc sorted alas. Is all that crazy broccoli make for optimal cruising alt (60,000ft if I remember rightly?)

    +1 9 days ago
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    @jelybaca cool I like it

    9 days ago
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    37.2k jelybaca

    @teodor99
    ye know its a nice build but i have a question. how would a modern 2020 version of the concorde be?


    It'll probably be an A321XLR or A350ULR fuselage, MIG21 wings, and two GE9X engines.

    +1 9 days ago
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    supersonic baguette

    +1 9 days ago
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    8,375 teodor99

    ye know its a nice build but i have a question. how would a modern 2020 version of the concorde be?

    9 days ago
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