MS updating aerodynamics

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JWS
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MS updating aerodynamics

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Hey guys (and especially Lapi ;) ),

have a look here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KdM2pT1hI8.

Some news about updating the aerodynamics by MS.

BR

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Lapi
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Re: MS updating aerodynamics

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JWS wrote: 22 Jan 2021, 17:38 Hey guys (and especially Lapi ;) ),
Some news about updating the aerodynamics by MS.
Updating? They have started working on it back in late 2015, the release came in last August, since they update it every month - in the belief it's getting better all the time.
So I'm on my way to the Bahamas to breath some fresh air, just send me a postcard when they are finished... (with the naked portrait of Austin Meyers...) :oops:

regards
Lapi
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I was just about to ask you @Lapi watch you thought. I hav my doubts about what is really new in this video compared to old aerodynamics video. What about al the things someone els brought up in the MSFS2020 forum.
Much left to be done for realistic behavior:

wheel friction on crosswind - totally unrealistic at the moment, airplane weathervanes too much and requires way too much rudder when on the ground
turbulence behavior and upward/downward drafts and currents
adverse yaw effect
turboprop drag
p-factor and slipstream
Inertia. Responsive like an RC plane. Rotates too easily around CG.
Ground effect. Still a bit tweaking needed.
Wake turbulence !!! - allow us to feel the impact ( and danger!) of entering AI / Multi-player aircraft wake streams
Perticuler this "
Inertia. Responsive like an RC plane. Rotates too easily around CG.
" Is interesting for a 737.
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As the MSFS flightmodel progresses, any idea when we wil use this flightmodel instead of the legacy flightmodel ?
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Gerard
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