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13 nov 2020 DCS World - Eagle Dynamics


MiG-29 CFD Study - How it’s Done


We finished some highly detailed research to further examine the MiG-29 behaviour in various stages of flight.
We use this research to improve the accuracy of our flight model. Our goal today is to share the depth and
capabilities of this approach.

  • The research tasks were the following:
  • Evaluate the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) results by comparing obtained coefficients with available
    data from documents.
  • Find the stability margin in different landing configurations and the amount of deflection required to trim the
    airplane at landing AoA out of ground effect (OGE).
  • Find the stability margin during flaring in ground effect (0.5 m from the main wheels to the surface) and
    trimmed stabilator deflection at landing AoA.
  • Investigate “Stabilator deflection ON LANDING” in “Practical aerodynamics of MiG-29”.

Read the MiG-29 CFD Study

DCS: Mosquito FB Mk.VI - Development Progress

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The de Havilland DH.98 Mosquito was a lightweight, fast, maneuverable and highly versatile aircraft. It’s long
life first began over Oslo, Norway raiding the Gestapo headquarters with pinpoint accuracy, this opened new
avenues for precision weapons development.

The Mosquitos’ sleek design and high powered engines gave it the ability to fight in many roles such as fighter
-bomber, night-fighter, tactical bomber, high-altitude night bomber, pathfinder, intruder, maritime striker, and
photo-reconnaissance aircraft. It went on to be used in a wide range of different operations, mainly targeting
industrial sites in occupied Netherlands, Norway, France and Germany. The Mosquito ended the war with the
lowest losses of any of the aircraft types in RAF Bomber Command service.

DCS: Mosquito FB Mk.VI will be the first flyable twin-engined piston aircraft in DCS World.

We are currently working on the fuel systems by carefully creating and linking nine fuel tanks that contribute
to the exceptional range and endurance of this aircraft. We are also working on the electrical system, which
comprises a 24 volt DC generator on the starboard side and an alternator on the port engine that also supplies
AC power to the radios. The electrical generator also powers the fire extinguisher.

In parallel with these systems, we are currently working on the cockpit instruments and controls.