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Boeing 737-500WL

5,199 NULLPTR  2.0 years ago

Boeing 737-500WL.

General Info -> Boeing 737-500 on Wikipedia

Controls:

Standard Pitch/Roll/Yaw controls;
Trim -> Stabilizer Angle;
VTOL Down -> Flaps + Slats;
VTOL Up -> Spoilers;
Activation Group 1 -> Navigation Lights;
Activation Group 2 -> Landing Lights;
Activation Group 3 + VTOL Up -> Reverse Thrust;

Instructions:

Takeoff
Activation Group 3 must be disabled before takeoff. Set VTOL and Trim full down. Takeoff speed is 260 kph ( 162 mph ). After takeoff set Trim to neutral position. During the climb phase use VTOL to reach optimal vertical speed. Recommended cruise speed is 810-850 kph ( 503-528 mph ) at 8000m ( 26250ft ).

Landing
During descent set Throttle to 20-35%. Landing speed is 285 kph ( 177 mph ). After touchdown immediately set VTOL full up and start to slow down by using brakes. If necessary enable Activation Group 3 for Reverse Thrust. When the speed drops to 45 kph ( 28 mph ) Reverse Thrust must be deactivated.

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 8 airplane(s) +35 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 94.9ft (28.9m)
  • Length 99.0ft (30.2m)
  • Height 36.3ft (11.1m)
  • Empty Weight 69,005lbs (31,300kg)
  • Loaded Weight 109,773lbs (49,792kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.429
  • Wing Loading 65.8lbs/ft2 (321.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,668.7ft2 (155.0m2)
  • Drag Points 5322

Parts

  • Number of Parts 720
  • Control Surfaces 0
  • Performance Cost 2,529
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    i just dont understand why some 737 creations have low fuel capacity...

    2 months ago
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    214 Avaiter11

    So there is a successor and nothing has been changed

    8 months ago
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    25.0k Mustang51

    Absolutely stunning! Wonderfully made aircraft. The wings could be slightly thinner but this is a very small criticism.

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    10.9k TDevil36

    Yes @LeonardoEngineering

    2.0 years ago
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    AMAZING 11/10! you need to make a 727 or 707!

    2.0 years ago
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    This is perhaps the best airliner I've flown on low physics, only problem is that it bounces like it's trying to replicate a Ryanair landing

    2.0 years ago
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    100k Wallaby

    This is looking really smooth. My only 2 criticisms are the shape of the airfoils and the shape of the engines. Well, time to spotlight I guess.

    2.0 years ago
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    @MrSilverWolf I most certainly agree! Now imagine if @NULLPTR planned to build the Boeing 747-500X, -600X, and -700X from the 1990s. First, the 747-500X was 250 ft long with a 251 ft wingspan, a 70 ft tall tail and seating for at least 460 pax. Next, the 747-600X was 279 ft long with the same size wingspan and tail as the 500X, and seating for at least 550 pax. And finally, the 747-700X was as long as the -600X and with the same wing and engines but had a 75 ft tall tail and a wider 11-12 abreast fuselage allowing seating for at least 650 pax. Now wouldn't that be awesome or what?

    2.0 years ago
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    92.7k MrSilverWolf

    Awesome!

    2.0 years ago
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    This recreation of the 737-500WL you made is exceptionally flawless! I give this plane a perfect 10/10 for how much it looks like the real thing! Keep up the excellent work @NULLPTR! :) ;) :D

    +2 2.0 years ago
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    @JED those builds are often underrated, what a shame :(

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    10.9k TDevil36

    100% agreed with @LeonardoEngineering. Keep it up, this is Beautiful 👏🏼👍🏼

    +1 2.0 years ago
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    Marvelous! Keep up the good work!

    2.0 years ago