Real Turbulence Europe

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Driver170
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Real Turbulence Europe

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What you think Lapi?

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Will this alter the flight model characteristics in a good way or a bad way?
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Hi Vernon,

I can't give you the technical answer that Lapi can however, I can tell you that I have RealTurb installed and have had no negative effects at all i.e. no weird bouncing around or sudden wind direction changes either up and down of side to side. The effects are often subtle and don't expect turbulence on every flight.

I believe that it generates turbulence from land mass as opposed to clear air turbulence. So landing at Gibraltar/Funchal, in my experience is improved whereas turbulence in flight is no more or less than before. Previously it had to be gusty/windy to generate a white knuckle ride down to the runway, now even with low speed wind, from the 'right' direction, you can get bounced around quite a bit.For example landing at Gibraltar with the wind from the south.

In some cases I have noticed that with a specified wind direction, the turbulence is as warned on the charts. This needs more testing to be certain, but it makes sense that it does.

I don't think the effects show up on the WXR radar.

In summary, for the low cost I don't regret buying it, I think it has improved the overall experience. There is a free trial version available.

Regards

Dave
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Driver170
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egkkman wrote: 03 Jul 2020, 07:44 Hi Vernon,

I can't give you the technical answer that Lapi can however, I can tell you that I have RealTurb installed and have had no negative effects at all i.e. no weird bouncing around or sudden wind direction changes either up and down of side to side. The effects are often subtle and don't expect turbulence on every flight.

I believe that it generates turbulence from land mass as opposed to clear air turbulence. So landing at Gibraltar/Funchal, in my experience is improved whereas turbulence in flight is no more or less than before. Previously it had to be gusty/windy to generate a white knuckle ride down to the runway, now even with low speed wind, from the 'right' direction, you can get bounced around quite a bit.For example landing at Gibraltar with the wind from the south.

In some cases I have noticed that with a specified wind direction, the turbulence is as warned on the charts. This needs more testing to be certain, but it makes sense that it does.

I don't think the effects show up on the WXR radar.

In summary, for the low cost I don't regret buying it, I think it has improved the overall experience. There is a free trial version available.

Regards

Dave
Thanks for that.

I emailed the developer V5 update will be coming so i’ll hold off for that
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This is a kind of feature already to be found in Opus Fsi, as far as I can tell.

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Lapi
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Driver170 wrote: 01 Jul 2020, 21:38 What you think Lapi?
Will this alter the flight model characteristics in a good way or a bad way?
I don't have the program, so I can just make an educated guess, but most probably the answer has to be affirmative.
These type of apps usually make a negative effect on the flight-model, because they tend to exaggerate things compared to the initial atmospheric conditions present in the sim.
I personally would never use it but obviously the choice is yours.

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Lapi
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