I did not see it fitting to add these to the page itself, and it may be too off topic even here, but here they are:
- MIL-I-6115A, Military, Specification, Instrument Systems, Pitot Tube Operated and Flush Static Port, Installation of. Published by EverySpec.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. Still active for use in development.
- AN5812 (rev. 7), Air Force-Navy Aeronautical Standard: Tube, Pitot, Electrically Heated, "L" Shaped. Published by EverySpec.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. Drawing with dimensions. Not currently used for new US military designs (inactive).
- If not else it should be possible to simulate using Nasal. Please also ask at the aircraft system development subforum, as you will more likely get answers there.
- —Johan G (Talk | contribs) 17:01, 28 March 2014 (UTC)
Merge into one article named Pitot-static system
I noted that there is 4 separate articles related to the pitot-static system. Since it is usually is set up and discussed as a whole (see for example and its references) I think it would be better if setting it up in a FlightGear aircraft would be better done with just one article.
Agreed. Legoboyvdlp (talk) 11:46, 29 April 2019 (EDT)