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Concorde SST

96.4k flyingsteve88  1.7 years ago

British Airways Concorde SST G-BOAD

My Best Creation Ever!

This unique individual comes from British Airways
Production Variant Number: 102
Serial Number. 100-010
her Maiden Flight was on 25 August 1976 in Filton, England
and the Final Flight was on 10 November 2003 in LHR, JFK Airport







Operation Manual (Must-Read)

Pitch / Roll / Yaw - Basic Flight Control

VTOL - Drop Nose Control

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Trim - Trim

Landing Gear - Landing Gear

(Differential Rotators Tech, A complex way for better landing gear movement)

AG1 - Afterburner / Reheat

AG2 - Control Surface Lock

AG3~5 - Air Flow Intake System Control


(AG4 Pre-compress the supersonic flow to provide extra thrust, she could reach 2-Mach cruise speed at a cruise altitude (60,000ft) WITHOUT afterburner)

AG6 - Autopilot

AG7 - Night Mode


Annotation

This is how I measuring the Delta wing, it takes much time to make a precise shape




This is the greatest creation, for me and my laptop. Not afraid to download it
because of its part count, (P=2707, reminds me of the Boeing-2707, another
great project at the same period :D) your personal computer suppose to run it
without difficulty; if you want to have a better experience, please change to a
lower quality

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136 Rotators responded to all the movement part, that is insane, my first ever

creation include such numerous rotators

Produce's ridiculous maliciousness ;D

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Briefly Clips of evolution ;)

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Check it out!


At Last

She is special to me, not just because she is the only one who has two different color scheme from two different company; not just because she is the one who used for Queen's Golden Jubilee Flypast in on 4 June 2002, and she is the only Concorde that I have seen, instead of the video, I visit her by myself, and I even bring my laptop with me, it is feeling nice building a Concorde under a REAL Concorde. I have to admire that she is so good; as a fan of Concorde, I am glad that I can visit such a masterpiece of industrial design. Besides, this is my first

time trying to make an accurate replica, an aircraft that truly exist in reality. For me, this is a totally different experience, but I have enjoyed it. And I wish you enjoy my best creation!

Spotlights

General Characteristics

  • Successors 3 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 121.1ft (36.9m)
  • Length 280.8ft (85.6m)
  • Height 71.3ft (21.7m)
  • Empty Weight -103,248lbs (-46,832kg)
  • Loaded Weight 20,827lbs (9,447kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 8.739
  • Wing Loading 9.6lbs/ft2 (46.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,176.3ft2 (202.2m2)
  • Drag Points 28956

Parts

  • Number of Parts 2707
  • Control Surfaces 8
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    Rip my phone sp

    11 days ago
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    How do you start fire on iOS

    +4 17 days ago
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    1,118 DeGebra

    @flyingsteve88 What laptop did you use to make this?

    25 days ago
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    2,628 GreenFrog

    @flyingsteve88 is that a HP elite book ur using :o

    (I have one)

    one month ago
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    the sopp would droop if the droop snooped

    2 months ago
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    the most detailed exterior but in 2020 theres aguy making the most detailed interior
    (excessive thinking if klm_747 and fly8ng steve88 do a collab)

    3 months ago
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    xD 2707 parts.

    +2 5 months ago
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    i really admire your work!! that's the best plane i have ever seen in simple planes

    5 months ago
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    1,410 Jeontugi

    this plane is a great unknown and underrated gem. cant believe nobody knows about this plane

    5 months ago
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    wow this is amazing

    6 months ago
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    1,118 DeGebra

    I was in manufacturing the other day, and we started to do sketches, and it reminded me of this post for some reason. Great work!!!!

    6 months ago
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    1,547 FoxTrotOne

    @flyingsteve88. Would have been an SSTO if not for the O - Oxygen

    [Insert sarcastic laugh here]

    6 months ago
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    1,120 Optical

    Lol, it’s 8:13, July 20th right now here I live, lol. @KLM_747

    7 months ago
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    12.6k KLM_747

    Second Airliner ever to 300... 2:05AM UTC, Tuesday, July 21, 2020

    7 months ago
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    The snoot drooped

    +2 8 months ago
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    6,079 Meowsers

    Concorde with 2707 parts...HMM. Boeing 2707 o-o

    9 months ago
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    107 Jazzhere

    now that's Lotta work

    9 months ago
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    Which AG is for the Afterburners?

    9 months ago
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    @cakeDS And the answer is...................Yes, a simulation for Flight 4590, so you can save the fate of Concord

    +1 9 months ago
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    0 cakeDS

    Why are there miniguns that blow up the engines? (are they recreating Flight 4590...?)

    +6 10 months ago
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    The snoot droops an haseth drooped

    11 months ago
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    Nice part count XD

    one year ago
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    12.0k FeatherWing

    This is one of the most detailed things I've ever seen :3

    one year ago
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    1,118 DeGebra

    This is truly a engineering masterpiece, worth getting you 1 upvote closer to 700 upvotes.

    +2 one year ago
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    67 Tim0121

    It's not only the best one you've created but also the best in SP. I think.

    1.1 years ago
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