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Author Topic: Hover DG IV have too big power  (Read 4454 times)

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Offline Auzar

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15 January 2008, 09:06:00
Hello!
Excuse for my English

In my opinion, hover engines DG IV have too big power)) whether it is possible as that in scripts it to reduce?



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Offline ar81

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Reply #1 - 15 January 2008, 15:36:03
The default DG has less powerful hover engines.
Deltra Glider XR1 has an option to modify its hover engines by editing a file.



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Reply #2 - 15 January 2008, 16:04:14
Just run the "DGIV configuration" file. You can modify the global engines settings.

Or do not use the hovers at a max level ;)

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Offline Auzar

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Reply #3 - 15 January 2008, 16:34:23
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In a file G:\Orbiter\Config\Vessels\DeltagliderIV.cfg  no data about the engine


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Reply #4 - 15 January 2008, 17:23:06
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Auzar a écrit:
Pagir
In a file G:\Orbiter\Config\Vessels\DeltagliderIV.cfg  no data about the engine

In fact, it's easier than that:

You should have a shortcut named "DGIV configuration", which target
[Orbiterpath]\Sound\deltagliderIV\Dg4config.exe

This executable will allow you to configure your vessel. No need to try to modify the .cfg file ;)

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Offline MartySpaceLines

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Reply #5 - 15 January 2008, 18:35:32
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Pagir
In a file G:\Orbiter\Config\Vessels\DeltagliderIV.cfg  no data about the engine
:lol:
The only thing is that you can't make only the hoovers be less powerful. Main engine will also be.


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Offline Auzar

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Reply #6 - 16 January 2008, 00:09:25
I use Mark 1, I should write at once it, excuse, the main engine is quite realistic, but hover I would like to make even more
poorly )))



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Reply #7 - 16 January 2008, 06:25:08
Don't press 0 (zero) on your num-pad. use the Hover Slider in the cockpit view.


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Offline Auzar

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Reply #8 - 16 January 2008, 12:31:12
What for then was to make Mark 1? It was possible not to press key + and to use Main Engine slider... :ptdr:


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Reply #9 - 16 January 2008, 16:37:29
If you don't use only key +, but keys Ctrl & +, you can increase the thrust of the engine by 10%.


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Reply #10 - 16 January 2008, 16:59:47
What for was to create DG 4? What for different types of engines Mark 1, 2, 3 ?... On your logic it is possible to fly and on
standard DG and to dream of what you want...

I want realism... :bave: )))



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Reply #11 - 16 January 2008, 17:11:39
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What for was to create DG 4? What for different types of engines Mark 1, 2, 3 ?... On your logic it is possible to fly and on
standard DG and to dream of what you want...
Maybe i didn't understand everything...don't know english very well

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I want realism... :bave: )))
If you want realism, better don't use DGIV...isn't realistic (not with nowadays technologies)
Try other add-ons, like STS or NASSP (less easy to fly than DGIV)


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Reply #12 - 18 January 2008, 01:06:25
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Auzar wrote:
What for was to create DG 4? What for different types of engines Mark 1, 2, 3 ?... On your logic it is possible to fly and on
standard DG and to dream of what you want...

I want realism... :bave: )))

Try the XR-1 then


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Offline Auzar

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Reply #13 - 18 January 2008, 09:56:16
For start from the earth I use "Energy" by Yuriy Kulchitsky, but I would like to have realistic DGIV, how much it is
possible... If technologies of materials have potential for development jet engines have a limit)))


To DanSteph:  very much I ask you in following version DG (if it is let out)
To make the hover engine realistic and with the realistic expense of fuel, Mark 0 :badsmile:

PS: Huge gratitude for DG  :beer:


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Reply #14 - 18 January 2008, 10:52:25
the XR-1 is a DG with variable parameters to make it realistic: http://www.dougsorbiterpage.com/


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Offline Auzar

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Reply #15 - 18 January 2008, 12:20:26
tl8roy - Thanks!!


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Reply #16 - 18 January 2008, 16:59:55
In fact, neither the DGIV or the XR-1 can be realistic: not enough space to stock the fuel, period.

If you want realism, try Appolo (NASSP and AMSO), David413's shuttle, or any "real" mission.

Also, No Matter and Well's CTV is pretty reallistic. And maybe most of Kluch's work...

But a delta glider with engines and enough fuel to reach orbit realistic? Forget it!

But are those spaceships fun and challenging? Sure!

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Offline Auzar

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Reply #17 - 19 January 2008, 13:55:40
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But a delta glider with engines and enough fuel to reach orbit realistic?
Pagir

DG XR has a capability to change engine parametres through scripts, such as - thrust and specific impulse(ISP), that I would
like to have this that in DGIV, with parametres of real engines DG from the earth certainly does not take off, and from the
moon with takes off hardly))
But it is possible to use accelerating stages, such as DeltaTag, and it is interesting... :music:


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Reply #18 - 21 January 2008, 22:50:35
To DanSteph: Can there is what that a capability independently to establish value of thrust and specific impulse?   :wor:


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