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  1. The FMC cannot accept this SID because it is wrong. There is no DEDKI4.DEDKI For the Rwy05 there are four DEDKI4 SID´s active but none ends at DEDKI. A matching SID would be DEDKI4.MIGLO (red line) But you can also fly Directs, see picture. Regards, Wolfgang
  2. Im Zweifel die längere Variante 😎 Der Airbus Fuelplaner z. B. macht eine Punkt zu Punkt Berechnung und ist damit oft viel zu kurz. Beispiel: EDDH Rwy23 --> EDDF Rwy07L Fuelplaner, ohne SID und Transition : 222nm Komplett mit SID und Transition aber: 334nm Dazu kommen ja noch die Fuel-Mengen für den Alternate, Holding, Reserve usw. Gruß, Wolfgang
  3. Operating System: WIN10 Pro, 64-bit Simulator version: P3Dv4.4, complete Updated Airbus version: 1.2.3.2 Add-ons in use: Aerosoft A318/A319, some Orbx scenerys , ActiveSky for P3D System specs: Intel, I7-5930K, 3.5GHz, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GTX1080, P3D installed on M.2 SSD, no overclocking Description of the issue: Airbus A318/A319: Since the installation of the experimental update 1.2.3.2 the tendency to the complete failure of all electrical systems and engines has increased - At least with me. Three of 5 flights failed completely. Twice with the A318 (line up, climb) once with the A319 (cruise). All flight online VATSIM with vPilot. In the past I saw this Problem also in rare cases with the QW787, Digital Design CRJ´s and also with the P3Dv4 own Lockheed C130. Are you able to reproduce the issue? No, is unpredictable If so, what are the exact steps you are taking for this issue to happen? This happened on different phases during flight, at time more often during climb Additional information (route, weights, special area where the issue occurred etc.): Seems not to be relevant due over different Continents - Europe, Caribian, Nordamerika Gruß, Wolfgang
  4. Airbus A318/A319: Since the installation of the experimental update 1.2.3.2 the tendency to the complete failure of all electrical systems and engines has increased - At least with me Three of 5 flights failed completely. Twice with the A318 (line up, climb) once with the A319 (cruise). Gruß, Wolfgang
  5. I believe that Slavamirin had the same problem as I have. I've only seen it once with the CRJ, but it was a total system failure from now on. The strange sound comes almost certainly from the RAT which was automatically extended. So at least with me. The symptoms are comparable as if a script was executed in the background by P3D and the plane was set to a cold and dark mode. Mostly this behavior was described in the Airbuses, but I also had it in the QW787 and the P3Dv4-Herkules C130. With the QW787 I could see that the cutoff switches were turned off and with the Hercules the fuel pumps of both external engines were switched off. In another thread I also described this and Mathijs wrote the following: For me it looks like an P3D issue and comes not from any Aircraft manufacturer Regards, Wolfgang
  6. Have you reboot your PC after update?
  7. That depends on whether you want to use the AS2016 weather, or the weather from the IVAO server. The weather servers of IVAO and VATSIM sometimes lag behind with the weather data. My recommendation: Since the weather data of AS2016 are more current I would use these also. AS2016 loads the data directly into the sim, therefore choose the setting "Sim". Das hängt davon ab, ob Du das AS2016-Wetter, oder das Wetter vom IVAO-Server nutzen willst. Die Wetterserver von IVAO und auch VATSIM hinken aber manchmal mit den Wetterdaten hinterher. Meine Empfehlung: Da die Wetterdaten von AS2016 aktueller sind würde ich diese auch nutzen. AS2016 lädt die Daten direkt in den Sim rein, deshalb die Einstellung "Sim" wählen. Gruß, Wolfgang
  8. There are always reports in the forum of mainly Airbus aircraft, which report sudden loss of thrust and complete failure of all systems. But what about other airplanes/manufacturers? Examples: I had two complete system failures in P3Dv4.4 with the A318/A319, but to my astonishment also once in the Digital Aviation CRJ, once in the Qualitywings B787 and twice in the P3D version of the Lockheed Martin C130. The CRJ looked exactly the same as the Airbuses - a sound like flipping a switch with a completely dark cockpit. Only the RAT is extended. In the QW B787 also suddenly dark cockpit during the cruise with all systems off, but there I could see that the two cutoff switches were flipped without confirming them. The original P3Dv4 Lockheed Martin C130 have four engines and during the climb the two outer engines were switched off. Also there I could see in the overhead panel that the two fuel pumps for the respective engines were switched off. Of course I didn't switch them off myself, but I zapped through different views during this time. Question: Would it be conceivable that by some coincidence and a key combination for views (e.g. Ctrl+4, Crtl+7) a script would run in the background that causes the shutdown effect? I myself only noticed this behavior since P3Dv4.4. Regards, Wolfgang Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  9. Afrika in der originalen Darstellung von FSX oder P3d sieht auch nicht gerade einladend für Flüge, egal ob Kurz -oder Langstrecke, aus. Aber zumindest von Orbx soll es da in diesem Jahr noch Abhilfe in Form der LC geben - endlich 🙂 Wie schon bei den LC für Süd-und Nordamerika "isst" auch hier das Auge mit. Es macht einfach mehr Spaß über Landschaften zu fliegen, die einen gewissen Wiedererkennungswert haben. Gruß, Wolfgang
  10. Lucien, good to read that you're making progress. But I wonder where you get the information for DAVE from, because the image from the CRJ manager contains practically no data for a flight. If you really want to fly without passengers, practically without cargo and fuel, I'm not surprised about your problems. With an empty airplane the reactions are naturally very direct. Have you flown the tutorial flight from the CRJ documents folder? I would do a simple flight from Montreal to Toronto like this: CYUL --> CYYZ
  11. Of course the CRJ does that, but it depends on whether your flight settings are correct. Remember that the CRJ doesn't have an autothrottle. It is up to you to maintain the correct speed. I only do one trim adjustment during flight preparation. Then Hands off. This is enough for the whole flight in autopilot mode. Only when approaching manually do I sometimes correct the trim. Could you take a screenshot of a flight planning of the CRJ-Manager? Regards, Wolfgang
  12. There is a point what you can check too. The Option page 2/2 of DAVE show the option "Use Ground Friction Tweak" Contrary to the text in the tutorial this option should be deactivated. See also documentation Vol3_Tutorial, capter 3.6, page 12
  13. Question: What Aircraft? Please post the flightplan in kind of: Airport/Rwy - SID - Waypoints - STAR - AirportRwy
  14. 3 flights with A319 cfm 1 flight with A319 IAE Fortunately, the descent behaviour, at least of the A318/A319, has improved significantly. Three flights with the A319cfm and one with the A319IAE and TOD were perfectly calculated for all four approaches. Even the ASPA4W-STAR with the Altitude constraints (LOWW-->EDDF), which was difficult for the buses up to now, was flown off flawlessly and quite evenly. Now the Dev can treat themselves to a beer😎 The only flaw I see is the climb behaviour of the IAE version of the A319 in "Managed Mode". While with the same weights the cfm version masters the climb to e.g. FL340 without any problems, the IAE version's climb rate to FL340 above FL220 decreases very much and goes down to approx. 500-700ftmin. But after switching to the "Selected Mode" I was able to increase the climb rate to 1500ft/min without any problems, without reducing the speed. regards, Wolfgang
  15. First flight with version 1.2.3.1 and I was really pleasantly surprised, the TOD was well calculated, it sank first with about 4500ft to reach the 340 KIAS target Speed in descent and then normalized. I didn't need the speedbrakes for the first time Let's see what the other flights show
  16. Nice diagram, but too little further information to judge. What engines has the aircraft? CFM or IAE engines? Flight Level and Speed? How did you log the data?
  17. Nun, jedes Flugzeug hat eine aircraft.cfg. Diese kann man mit dem Editor öffnen und bearbeiten.
  18. Es handelt sich um die fsuipc.dll im Modules-Ordner des FSX. Wenn Du kein Zusatzprogramm hast, dass diese .dll benötigt, kannst Du diese einfach löschen, oder umbenennen. Ansonsten die .dll aktualisieren.
  19. Today I have another flight from ESSA --> EDDF at FL380. Again passing KERAX at FL110. Now the difference between theorie and practice: Theorie: TOD should be 81nm before KERAX. Bus calculate TOD only 52nm before reaching KERAX. So the Bus was 29nm to late starting descent and ends in the well known extrem sink rate. For me, the descent looks behaved like in the picture. Please excuse the crooked line 😎 Red line should be the best descent phath. The blue line show the actual Airbus behaviour.
  20. Hello Bob, that was the flight plan: EDDH (Rwy23) to EDDF (Rwy07L) AMLU9B AMLUH UM852 HLZ T157 KERAX KER07N Alternate: EDDK Distance: 334nm + 80nm (Alternate) FL320 Cost Index: 80 ZFW: 55.1 / 20.1(ZFW%MAC) Pax: 124 Cargo: 5000kg Fuel: 6509kg Trim: Up0.9 Airbus FMC normally calculate with the whole KER07N-Transition. But ATC online will see your Aircraft always at FL110/KERAX for better spacing and pick up planes to final Approach. So I was set manuell for KERAX: 320/11000 But the nm difference between theory and practice can also be seen in every other flight. This is not limited to this route. Regards, Wolfgang
  21. Fortunately, the first flight (EDDH-->EDDF) went without problems. The most striking are the changes in the colours of various numbers. With the exception of the well-known "flaws" I didn't notice any new errors. You can update to this version with a clear conscience. The "flaws" I noticed: The vPilot client (for VATSIM) is still not recognized if you load the Airbus directly from a saved "Turn Around State", or "Cold Dark State" in P3Dv4.4. But after reinstalling the Airbus, the "Taxi State" is active and vPilot is recognized there. Ok, if you know it, you do the known workarounds, but it's strange that after such a long time it still doesn't work. Even the old 32bit Airbus could do it. Descent behavior: Nothing has changed to good, the bus at the TOD still goes into a more or less violent nosedive, with sink rates >6000ft/min. I looked at the map and measured why the bus is doing this and now I know that the bus has no other possibility with the current programming. If you compare the distance from TOD to a given waypoint and FL, in my case KERAX /FL110, then the bus starts about 19nm too late with the descent! So it has to go into a quasi dive to reach the desired FL at the given waypoint. You can use the formula: (Flight Altitude,ft/1000)*3 calculate the TOD quite practically and usually comes to sink rates of about 2000ft/min -> 25000ft/min depending on the wind. In this case the distance is to KERAX/11000ft: TOD calculated, red arrow: (32000ft altitude- 11000ft KERAX)/1000) *3 = 63nm TOD Airbus calculated, yellow arrows: approx. 44nm This results in a difference of 19nm between theory and practice and is the reason for the strange descent behaviour. I am sure, if you give the bus more distance for the descent, the descent behaviour will change positively. Regards, Wolfgang Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator
  22. If both Anti Ice activated, Wings and Engines, you get exact 35% N1. If you activate Wing Anti Ice only you get 30% N1. Check it.
  23. Really a strange Problem. Are you still on P3Dv4.2 and where are the Install-Folder of P3Dv4? P3Dv4.4 is stable. Some people have only partially updated their sim and get some probs. The suggestions is a full install of P3Dv4.4
  24. I flew your flight - BUF7.GEE AUDIL RKA.HAARP3 - twice with the CRJ7, with the result that both flights were normal. As approach I chose once the RNAV Z Rwy22 and the second time the ILS Z Rwy22, both were flown off flawlessly. Only during the RNAV approach the ILS frequency did not turn in automatically. But I'm not sure if that's the way it should be. The manual input solved the problem. In general, the CRJ´s is sensitive to high speed turns with SID and STARS, they like to lose course and don't come back to it. But if you consider that, the CRJ´s SID and STARS fly off well. Do not mix different Approach routes like RNAV and ILS. With the screenshots you can compare your settings: KBUF Chart: "TAKEOFF RUNWAY 5: Climb heading 055° until leaving 3000. Thence..." Take off 190KIAS - climb 3000ft thence activating Autopilot (Speed 190KIAS and NAV was preselected at ground) After positive sign of route intercepting increase speed up to 250KIAS. climb normal intercepting RNAV Z Rwy22 (speed should be 250KIAS, I know ) final Regards, Wolfgang
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