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*'''Priming''' is simulated realistically if you enable "complex engine procedures". For a successfull engine start, follow the checklist. In colder weather, let the fuel flow a little longer, about 1-2 secs. If it is too cold, use the '''preheater''' (-> Ground Equipment) to preheat the engine.<br/>If the engine is "warm" (~75°F), you can omit priming altogether (as long as the remaining fuel in the manifold did not disperse; if it is dry, such like before the first start, inject some small fuel ammount by priming procedure).
 
*'''Priming''' is simulated realistically if you enable "complex engine procedures". For a successfull engine start, follow the checklist. In colder weather, let the fuel flow a little longer, about 1-2 secs. If it is too cold, use the '''preheater''' (-> Ground Equipment) to preheat the engine.<br/>If the engine is "warm" (~75°F), you can omit priming altogether (as long as the remaining fuel in the manifold did not disperse; if it is dry, such like before the first start, inject some small fuel ammount by priming procedure).
 
* Also be sure in your preflight check to remove '''water contamination''' not only in the wing tanks, but also the fuel strainer (right front) and fuel selector (below aircraft)
 
* Also be sure in your preflight check to remove '''water contamination''' not only in the wing tanks, but also the fuel strainer (right front) and fuel selector (below aircraft)
* '''In Winter''', you can apply the '''winterization kit''' to keep the oil sufficient warm. When the oil is too cold, the engine will cough and not develop full power.
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* '''In Winter''' (<20°F/-6°C), you can apply the '''winterization kit''' to keep the oil sufficient warm. When the oil is too cold, the engine will cough and not develop full power.
 
*'''Oil usage''' is now also implemented. Be sure to check the oil level in preflight (cap on left nose top) and also conduct an oil change every 50 hours or so, otherwise the oil gets worn out and consumption rates will rise significantly.
 
*'''Oil usage''' is now also implemented. Be sure to check the oil level in preflight (cap on left nose top) and also conduct an oil change every 50 hours or so, otherwise the oil gets worn out and consumption rates will rise significantly.
 
*'''Start-up states''' are available now. You may either use all settings of the last session or choose one of "cold-and-dark" / "ready for takeoff" / "cruise". The "Auto" option selects from the last three depending on the startup situation (parking position->cold-and-dark; runway->RfT, in-air->cruise).
 
*'''Start-up states''' are available now. You may either use all settings of the last session or choose one of "cold-and-dark" / "ready for takeoff" / "cruise". The "Auto" option selects from the last three depending on the startup situation (parking position->cold-and-dark; runway->RfT, in-air->cruise).

Revision as of 17:30, 20 December 2017

Some notes to the DEV version

The dev version has some advanced features now:

  • Davtron clock now shows the time and temperatures and also features a stopwach. The Flight timer ("FT") is reset by pressing the control-button longer than 3 secs; the elapsed-time ("ET") is started by the first press, stopped by the second and reset by the third. To cycle temperatures or battery voltage, press the red knob (voltage is signified by "E" after the value).
  • Checklists allow you to follow trough the POH operations.
  • New fuel system simulates not only the selection of the tank, but also crossfeed in unbalanced flights.
  • Priming is simulated realistically if you enable "complex engine procedures". For a successfull engine start, follow the checklist. In colder weather, let the fuel flow a little longer, about 1-2 secs. If it is too cold, use the preheater (-> Ground Equipment) to preheat the engine.
    If the engine is "warm" (~75°F), you can omit priming altogether (as long as the remaining fuel in the manifold did not disperse; if it is dry, such like before the first start, inject some small fuel ammount by priming procedure).
  • Also be sure in your preflight check to remove water contamination not only in the wing tanks, but also the fuel strainer (right front) and fuel selector (below aircraft)
  • In Winter (<20°F/-6°C), you can apply the winterization kit to keep the oil sufficient warm. When the oil is too cold, the engine will cough and not develop full power.
  • Oil usage is now also implemented. Be sure to check the oil level in preflight (cap on left nose top) and also conduct an oil change every 50 hours or so, otherwise the oil gets worn out and consumption rates will rise significantly.
  • Start-up states are available now. You may either use all settings of the last session or choose one of "cold-and-dark" / "ready for takeoff" / "cruise". The "Auto" option selects from the last three depending on the startup situation (parking position->cold-and-dark; runway->RfT, in-air->cruise).
  • The Audio panel allows fine tuning of radios.
  • The radio stack received many bugfixes and small additions.
  • A new livery with custom registration is available.
  • ...and some more minor enhancements and fixed bugs :)

There is also more work going on, like icing effects!

Hbeni (talk) 17:16, 20 December 2017 (EST)