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    Stall buffet feedback

    Hello folk,

    I would like to extract data from fs9 to feed into
    control column arrangement to get stick buffet
    at the stall - does anyone know whether this extraction
    is possible?

    Maybe just use the angle of attack extraction
    from Jim's excellent Link2fs_Multi_FS9_v2!

    Thanks, David

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    Re: Stall buffet feedback

    Hi David ,, well the AOA extraction in the FS9 extractions was giving me weird results so it is blanked off in the meantime.
    Maybe you could use the built in stall warning which is available or airspeed with pitch etc etc to work out your own buffeting trigger.

    I'll probably have another look at that extraction when I do an update ,, but I wouldn't have a clue when that would be.

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    Re: Stall buffet feedback

    Thanks Jim, The stall warning technically should work well. Would also give
    buffet in a high speed stall too - although I dont think the modelling for this is that good from what I hear. Somewhere I read that the elevators are backed off at the higher speed ( haven't confirmed this myself).

    Keep up the good work - I suppose NZ will become a state of Aus. eventually Cheers, Dave

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