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TimothyC
Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 10th, 2017, 3:45 am
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Something else I finally finished (need to add it to the widebody sheet:

The lil'est widebody ever.
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MTOW: 72120 kg
MLW: 67585 kg
Max without fuel: 64640 kg
Empty operating mass: 44170 kg
Cargo Volume: 50.9 cubic meters
Fuel volume: 16730 L


Fuselage cross section diameter: 188 inches (circular)
Wingspan: 121 feet
Total Length: 143 feet 11 inches
Hight: 35 feet


Cabin floor space: 126.8 square meters
Single class max passenger load: 163 (2-3-2 seating)
Max range with full passenger load out of Denver, 32 C: 2600 NM
Max range with full passenger load: 2600 NM
Crusing speed: mach 0.78
Initial Cruising altitude, 500 NM leg: 12190 m
Approach speed (Typical): 125 knots
Approach speed (Max Landing weight): 132 knots.

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Cascadia
Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 11th, 2017, 7:37 pm
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Have been busy.

Aerospatiale SA 316 Alouette III
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Aerospatiale SA 321 Super Frelon (incl. Chinese Z-8)
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Aichi E13A
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Avia B-534-VI
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Dassault Falcon 50
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Douglas DC-3
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This is not a new drawing, but an update of the old one with an additional Basler BT-67 and a C-117.

Hawker Siddeley Trident
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Klemm Kl 35
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Nord N.262 Fregate
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I think someone was once asking for one.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 11th, 2017, 7:56 pm
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Yes, I was. Also needed Alouette and Frelon, thanks a lot!


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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 11th, 2017, 10:30 pm
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Great job Cascadia, keep it up!

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 12th, 2017, 4:37 am
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Well done Cascadia!

Confirming your status as the King of this sub-genre (not that it's necessary).

Keep it up :)

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 13th, 2017, 10:31 pm
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Together with the Shaanxi Y-8 I made some further An-12 variants based on drawings found in the FS-scale thread

Antonov An-12
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Shaanxi Y-8
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The last but second Y-8 is (as far as I can say) not a real variant, but a blank version of the latest AEW and ASW variants. In case someone wants to make further modifications to this variant.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 13th, 2017, 11:04 pm
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You you really should use the standard window color.

Such as this one:

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 14th, 2017, 5:51 am
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Cascadia's window colour/s are definitely more realistic and look a great deal better than the 'Standard window colour'. Rules are there to be bent occasionally :P

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 14th, 2017, 10:05 am
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Oberon_706 wrote:
Cascadia's window colour/s are definitely more realistic and look a great deal better than the 'Standard window colour'. Rules are there to be bent occasionally :P
I disagree. Cascadia's windows could also represent a dark painted panel. The standard sb window colour is meant to be 'a window, and nothing else'. realism, considering windows, is almost impossible, since they are completely dependent on what is behind them and lighting conditions.

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Post subject: Re: PlanebucketPosted: January 14th, 2017, 11:58 am
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Great additions from everyone.
I'm pretty easy with the window colouring actually, I think its the last of the 'cartoonish' shades we still possess from the old days and can stick out a bit given the more accurate shades we're now using for underwater hulls, propellers etc. The same goes for aircraft too, though I agree at SB scale for aircraft such details could be missed (though portholes tend to be obvious on airliners etc. not to get mistaken for other panels).

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