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Tupolev Tu-134

3,402 Sonicandknuckles  2.4 years ago
Auto Credit Based on Sonicandknuckles's tu-134-V1

features:

fully detailed cockpit and cabin
working doors
working flaps
stuff

controls:

ag2+VTOL flaps
ag2,3,4+gear gear and gear doors
ag7 parachute
TRIM up doors
ag1 lights

have fun!

credit to vohnhubert for the wings.

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor tu-134-V1
  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 97.4ft (29.7m)
  • Length 131.9ft (40.2m)
  • Height 36.7ft (11.2m)
  • Empty Weight 62,410lbs (28,308kg)
  • Loaded Weight 88,734lbs (40,249kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.519
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.022
  • Wing Loading 32.7lbs/ft2 (159.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,710.2ft2 (251.8m2)
  • Drag Points 38199

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1572
  • Control Surfaces 4
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    11.9k vonhubert

    https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/cCgyks/tu-134-V1-2

    2.3 years ago
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    the stuff was probably the hardest part to do. @Jfalix

    2.4 years ago
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    2,501 Jfalix

    Yes I love this. My favorite part is the Stuff.@Sonicandknuckles

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles i,ve more or less finished the new wing and tail for tu-134 and tested on my old modell. Seems to fly ok, but somewhat touchy on pitch axis. Will glue to your fuselage in a couple of days

    !tu-134 new wings test

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles if you dont mind - i suggest you start with CV-880 cockpit. I think i have the idea how to solve my problem with spoilerons controls on it. Also there is no problem with navigator cocpit and dashboard is partially complete already.
    BWT, a photo - http://airwar.ru/image/idop/aliner/cv990/cv990-5.jpg

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles Would be great. Just one thing - i might be extremely slow with my inputs, too much work load. But i think i have an idea how to make a hollow fuselage from an air intake and even make a view from inside (outside there will be non-transparent illuminators like i do on my models, but the fuselage will look tidier). Will test in a couple of days. And i will send you a modified tu-104 nose with a provision for navigator cockpit interior.
    p.s. take a look at these mods, may be useful:
    https://www.simpleplanes.com/Mods/View/745408/_Instrumentation
    https://www.simpleplanes.com/Mods/View/769370/Test-Pilot

    2.4 years ago
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    i'd love to do that. i'll start today @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles BTW, despite no hollow fuselage, all my planes have space for cockpit interior and a cockpit camera. And your cockpit seems pretty descent here. How about you try making a cockpit for this tu-104d model or my Convair CV-880? You can take a dashboard, and animated yokes and thrust levers from here:
    https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/Wn68Dd/000-cv-cockpit-0-22

    Or if you start with tu-104 - just select fuselage and windows with a finetuner and move them down to work inside. i even think i know how to make it possible to look inside the navigator area from the cockpit camera (like in your model) despite they are in different fuselage segments

    2.4 years ago
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    oh ok. @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles it's like 3 months old) i just forgot to upload) and a tu-134 wing reminded. It's basically identical except scale and wing area

    2.4 years ago
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    take your time with it i really don't mind when its finished.
    your new build looks sweet!
    @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    Sorry, had not yet finished the wing for tu-134, but you can take a look at it bigger version.

    https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/36N90T/Tupolev-Tu-104d-3-Tu-154-unbuilt-prototype

    Thought i cant just scale it down, i have to manually make all the wing panels inside smaller by wing area, so it flies correctly

    2.4 years ago
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    Thanks @Sinacraft

    2.4 years ago
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    Very Good!

    2.4 years ago
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    oh ok then, thanks @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles I do play sometimes anyway. I just don't upload anything because didn't get finish any plane I'm working on) so this would be a nice simple side project)

    2.4 years ago
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    oh you dont have to if your too busy @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Sonicandknuckles no prblemo) just a little later. I'm really almost inactive in game because I have shitload of activities and problems with my job and personal life... also in February bought a new car, lifetime dream, almost new Mercedes cls and got it totalled on may 1st... and seems I will have to sue the insurance company to get full coverage

    2.4 years ago
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    Sorry for not notifying you I thought you were inactive also I would really appreciate it if you fitted new wings and gear.@vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @QingyuZhou oh, I may have misunderstood you. You are speaking about an angle of attack of the whole wing? Well, there is one, just small, about 2 degrees. It is probably just not very obvious visually. Most jets have it just 2-3 degrees, except for b-52, with its bycicle landing gear, its hard to pitch up on the runway, so Boeing mounted its wings with 5 degrees angle of attack, so it takes off with a fuselage almost horizontal and cruise with a noticeable pitch down.

    2.4 years ago
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    K @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @QingyuZhou BTW, looked at photos, those tupolew planes really have a very flat area on the wings near the trailing edge
    http://militaryarms.ru/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/95-5.jpg

    https://imgprx.livejournal.net/7328d810872d390d374dc4ac822c80ec908a8624/TLngL-JOf0UtKFL8BXPyuir9ufbvXli7EcvcA01qJk6OdJzn6PxUOtm5ZU44XbLoio3fIFie2ZYs5jiEVf-_HfPRkPeEjWF6TQQXhvA9WDs

    Quite possible that is due to their wings being based on 1951 tu-16 airfoil and high swept angle

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @QingyuZhou i've already seen it, its great) Though i just think that visual difference is not that great enough to redo. Your wings are anyway somewhat more complex.

    Check this one, it is an unfinished plane, but so far with my best wing design. But it also looks flatter at the trailing edge. Would be very interesting to hear what you think.
    https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/5BNjyr/Tupolev-Tu-114-0-441-first-test-flight

    2.4 years ago
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    241k SavageMan

    My A380's wings have such features you can check that out
    @vonhubert

    2.4 years ago
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    11.9k vonhubert

    @Jetliner101 not exactly... it is noticeably smaller than DC-9 (but i think it looks more streamlined and elegant), 2+2 seating, just the size of big business jet. That was enough in 1970, but not today.

    2.4 years ago
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