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Keine Geschwindigkeitszunahme nach dem abheben !

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    Keine Geschwindigkeitszunahme nach dem abheben !

    Hallo Flusianer,
    ich wende mich heute an dieses Forum da ich nicht weiter komme.
    Also zu meinem Problem:
    Kurz nach dem Abheben, im Steigflug befindlich, behält die Maschine plötzlich die Geschwindigkeit von 189-190 Kn und wird nicht schneller und
    der Steigflug wird ebenfalls beendet.

    Ich arbeite mit Prepar3D V.4.2, Topcat, und Aivla-Soft EFB 1.6
    Die Daten werden ordnungsgemäß im FMC eingegeben. Ich glaube es liegt irgendwo ein Fehler, denn im Primary Flight Display wird immer noch "up" angezeigt, obwohl
    die Klappen eingefahren sind. siehe Bild
    Folgende Schalter sind eingeschaltet: F/D=ON; A/T Arm=ON; N1 leuchtet; VNAV leuchtet; LNAV leuchtet CMD leuchtet

    Im PMDG-Menü: SETUP >AIRCRAFT< >FAILURES< steht ebenfalls AKTIVE: (NONE)
    Gestern habe ich die komplette PMDG 737-800 und alles Zugehörige gelöscht und neu installiert, leider keine Änderung.
    Diese ist auch z.Zt. die einzige PMDG die im Prepar3D installiert ist.

    Ich hoffe mir kann jemand helfen, schönes Wochenende
    laser31


    und die Frage nochmal auf englisch / and the question over again on in English
    Hello, Flusianer,
    today I do not turn to this forum there I gets on.
    So to my problem:
    Shortly after taking off, in the steep path flight located, the machine suddenly keeps the speed of 189-190 Kn and becomes not quicker and
    the steep path flight is also finished.

    I work with Prepar3D V.4.2, Topcat, and Aivla softly EFB 1.6
    The data are given properly in the FMC. I believe it a mistake lies somewhere, because in the Primary Flight display is still indicated "up", although
    the flaps have driven. see picture
    The following counters are switched on: And the following / D=ON; A/T Arm=ON; N1 shines; VNAV shines; LNAV shines CMD shines

    In the PMDG menu: SET-UP> AIRCRAFT <> FAILURES <stands also to ACTIVE: (NONE)
    Yesterday I have extinguished the complete PMDG 737-800 and all accompanying and have installed anew, unfortunately, no change.
    This also is at the moment the only PMDG in the Prepar3D is installed.

    I hope somebody can help me, nice week-end
    laser31

    Sorry: the translation comes from Internet translation software



    Last edited by laser31; 17May2019, 18:39.
    Grüße aus EDDH Lothar

    #2
    Benutzt du FSUIPC?
    Kyle Rodgers
    PMDG Simulations

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      #3
      Welche Position haben sir Ihre Klappen?
      Michael 'Madsoft' Lagow

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        #4
        Ja, vers.5.14 registriert.
        Grüße aus EDDH Lothar

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          #5
          Originally posted by laser31 View Post
          Ja, vers.5.14 registriert.
          Es gibt ein FSUIPC Problem mit Flap Axis Zuordnungen.
          Kyle Rodgers
          PMDG Simulations

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            #6
            Can you translate that in english because so we can all understand as the information could be useful to someone who has that issue?
            Danny Z.Cebis

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              #7
              Originally posted by Ausflight View Post
              Can you translate that in english because so we can all understand as the information could be useful to someone who has that issue?
              He used some internet translator to translate his post in English in the second half of his post. That said, I'll defer to Kyle and Michael on this one since I can't figure out what's going on.
              Captain Kevin

              Kevin Yang

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                #8
                Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
                He used some internet translator to translate his post in English in the second half of his post. That said, I'll defer to Kyle and Michael on this one since I can't figure out what's going on.
                Well that’s why i said to translate.
                Danny Z.Cebis

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Ausflight View Post
                  Well that’s why i said to translate.
                  Copy, I guess I didn't know who exactly you were directing that post to.
                  Captain Kevin

                  Kevin Yang

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                    #10
                    Hallo AAN1718A
                    die Klappen sind ganz eingefahren,nur im Display wird Stufe 1 angezeigt.
                    Ich werde Kyle´s Info erstmal checken und mir nochmal die Flap Axis Zuordnungen anschauen.
                    Weitere Info´s werden dann folgen.

                    Gruß laser31 / L.Wienand

                    Into English about Internet translator

                    Hello, AAN1718A
                    the flaps have completely driven, only in the display step 1 is indicated.
                    I will check Kyle's info first and look the Flap Axis allocations over again.
                    Then other Info's will follow.


                    Last edited by laser31; 18May2019, 10:33.
                    Grüße aus EDDH Lothar

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                      #11
                      Aber selbst wenn die Klappen nicht richtig eingezogen werden erklärt das doch nicht wieso du so eine schlechte Leistung wärend des steigen hast, bzw. eigentlich müsste der Flieger ja trotzdem beschleunigen außer ein Extremfällen.



                      But if the flaps aren't retracted due to some control assignment issue the problem with the bad climb performance remains, doesn't it? (when not talking about extreme cases like MTOW or something)
                      Cheers Henrik K. IT Student and Ramp Agent at EDDL/DUS // FS2Crew Beta tester for the FSlabs and UGCX
                      Sim: Prepar3d V4.3 Rig: CPU I7-6800K 6x4.0 GHz | RAM: 32GB DDR4-3000 | GPU: GTX 1080 FTW @2025 Mhz | TFT: DELL 3840x1600
                      Second Rig: ASUS CROSSHAIR VI //RYZEN7 1800X 8x4.2Ghz // 32GB DDR4 // VGA EVGA GTX2080 TI

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                        #12
                        Lösch die FSUIPC.ini, ich hatte das selbe vor kurzem. Da stimmt was nicht mit der kommunikation zwischen PMDG jets und FSUIPC. ZB fährt man visuell die Klappen auf 5, in FSUIPC aber fahren sie komplett auf 30 oder 40 aus, je nach Modell eben. Dazu gibts nen immensen Widerstand. Und die bleiben so lange komplett ausgefahren, bis wieder Flaps zero gesendet wird.
                        Marc Ehnle

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Ephedrin View Post
                          Lösch die FSUIPC.ini, ich hatte das selbe vor kurzem. Da stimmt was nicht mit der kommunikation zwischen PMDG jets und FSUIPC. ZB fährt man visuell die Klappen auf 5, in FSUIPC aber fahren sie komplett auf 30 oder 40 aus, je nach Modell eben. Dazu gibts nen immensen Widerstand. Und die bleiben so lange komplett ausgefahren, bis wieder Flaps zero gesendet wird.
                          Nach diversen Testflügen muß ich sagen "das war es"
                          Vielen Dank Marc

                          Gruß Lothar

                          Grüße aus EDDH Lothar

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by laser31 View Post

                            Nach diversen Testflügen muß ich sagen "das war es"
                            Vielen Dank Marc

                            Gruß Lothar
                            Ich hab auch ein bisschen rumgespielt und es scheint, wie Kyle sagt, an der Achse zu liegen. Solange ich über Linda oder direkt FSUIPC die Klappen per Taste oder Knopf am Yoke steuere, (oder FS2Crew) ist alles gut. Sobald ich eine Achse (zB die Mixture-Achse am CH yoke) zuweise und diese wieder lösche, spinnt FSUIPC.
                            Marc Ehnle

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by laser31 View Post

                              Nach diversen Testflügen muß ich sagen "das war es"
                              Vielen Dank Marc

                              Gruß Lothar
                              Sauber!

                              Gruß aus EDDN
                              Michael 'Madsoft' Lagow

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