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(Now fixed) Could someone make this A350 more stable during takeoff

8,252 EnzoDiazUnofficial  6 months ago
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Auto Credit Based on realSavageMan's Airbus A350XWB Nose Section

credits to realSavageMan for the cockpit

Click here for the finished version

The original problem was the aircraft rises up without moving the pitch up, so the answer was adding the weight on the fuselage and using the default wing part

*edited 3 May 2021 at 11:20 +8

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Airbus A350XWB Nose Section
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 217.2ft (66.2m)
  • Length 219.0ft (66.8m)
  • Height 57.5ft (17.5m)
  • Empty Weight -79,448lbs (-36,037kg)
  • Loaded Weight 98,594lbs (44,721kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.709
  • Wing Loading 42.3lbs/ft2 (206.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,332.5ft2 (216.7m2)
  • Drag Points 63478

Parts

  • Number of Parts 465
  • Control Surfaces 9
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    Announcement: It is now fixed

    Pinned 5 months ago
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    1,122 elevatormann

    @LinusPlaneTips aight aight jeez i didn’t mean to be “snappy”

    6 months ago
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    @Optical Can you not be so over-accusative and snappy please? Maybe that's a little much to expect of you though...

    6 months ago
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    CoT is too low imo

    6 months ago
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    1,122 elevatormann

    No swiping, man. @Swiper

    6 months ago
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    1,122 elevatormann

    I’m sorry but I just seriously doubt that @Swiper

    6 months ago
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    I think the engine is too powerful

    6 months ago
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    @realSavageMan 75 percent of the aircraft was built by me

    6 months ago
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    Did you build all of this other than the nose?

    6 months ago
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    104 Miney

    Yeah i will ill send a link when done

    6 months ago
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    If it moves up without pitch, making the nose a bit heavier should work

    6 months ago