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PostPosted: Fri Jun 10, 2005 7:37 pm
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Very well made little russian plane:
-> avsim.ru/files.phtml?i...n=comments



Mmm, sorry, it seems pics don't show up... you can see them here:
-> fsussr.avsim.ru/Yak-12.htm
and here:
-> www.avsim.ru/forum/ind...opic=19027

Click on "�¡�º�°Ñ‡�°Ñ‚ÑŒ" to download it Wink

Filename: Yak-12.zip
Size: 7 514 k


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WOW that is a really gorgeous plane.

LOL I didn't read your tip and had to hunt around before "�¡�º�°Ñ‡�°Ñ‚ÑŒ" worked as the download link....

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 1:47 pm
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COOL PLANE!!!!! I like single-engine, high-wing utility aircraft a lot, favorites of mine, and a radial-engined one is all the better!

Have a strange problem tho......shortly after getting airborne there's a sharp "BANG" and I loose power...Im handling the power gently and throttling back after takeoff, and my Russian isn't good enough to investigate the readme file.....anyone else having this problem?

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I dont have the plane but if ya email the readme to me I will translate it and send it back lol
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 11, 2005 8:20 pm
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Lol, unfortunately, the read-me is written in a non-standard russian char-set; example: "Ñàìîëåò ßê-12À äëÿ MSFS2004."

Even loading MS cyrillic font support (which I have), there's no way turn such text in a readable one... but if you have any kind of "translator" for this kind of scribbling, please let me know Wink


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2005 2:15 am
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my translator says "Ñàìîëåò ßê-12À äëÿ" means "Aircraft Yak-1�� for"

I could probably get it close lol

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Uh, great!
Is there a possibility I can get that translator too? Mr. Green
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I tried flying it this morning, and I too had the bang and engine died. I wasn't far out of a field, so I was able to deadstick it in.

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Marco the translator I use is an extension for Firefox (my browser ) do you use that browser or do you use IE ?
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No, MD, I'm stuck to IE, at least for now, and I'm so swamped in to too many things at present that I won't find time to switch to another explorer for months - but I'll keep in mind Firefox has this option, so that when there's some Vodka available, we know where to rush to get it Mr. Green

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Well, I saw what appeared to be some kind of discussion and info in one of the links that Rodion supplied above, and so I ran it through good ol' Babelfish ( babelfish.altavista.com ) and it translated it!

Now.......the challenge is in figuring out the context....here's how it came out:

Already the first questions (true, on other site), this it gladdens. Means someone not only it draws off.

1. if persistently is not started an engine. As a rule, this from the fact that the previous flight was carried out on some aircraft, in which simply overlapped fuel-. We make Ctrl Shift F4 and we preserve flight.

(My take is he means it CTRL-SHIFT-F4 because of how a prevously-loaded aircraft was set up - Stoop)

2. aircraft dies away in flight. Here several reasons. To fuel- enters of one's own accord, possibly it were carried out acrobatic maneuver, or they flew upward by wheels. Possibly, fuel- ended.
(Not enough fuel loaded, or negative G's / inverted flight? - Stoop)

3. aircraft dies away with the crash (saucepan against the asphalt). They overheated engine (this 2yay*S). We do not forget to regulate the temperature also in flight. Alas, lubrication system "samopravil'nookhlazhdayemaya". Omission.
(Aha...the "saucepan against the asphalt" sound rings a bell......sounds like we gotta open the cowl vents a'la the Grumman Radial Widgeon, which also cuts out when overheating.... - Stoop)

4. aircraft dies away on the earth on the small revolutions. Is here realized not only old cab and fuselage, but also engine. With the starting a little add GAS, yes even during the motion on the earth do not be fascinated by small revolutions. To kapitalit' time. By the way, if they flew far (for me it was necessary to test even on the route in 700 km for the search for the concealed defects), and they urgently distract you, then you can use the defoltnym autopilot (Z, Ctrl H, also, in the level flight - Ctrl Z). It is disconnected analogously (Z) with the sound signal. Successful flights!
(Sounds like ya gotta keep a little throttle up at idle or the engine will die... - Stoop)

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Oh what the heck..."borrowed" a little more and translated it...along with this helpful shot they had:




Greatly we apologize ourselves, that they did not supply packet with small tutorialom. Thus, we look at the picture below and we memorize. We start according to numbers.

1. is pivoted crane
2. we check pressure
3. it is included AZS starting
4. we shut the shutter of cooling in the direction minus (it is possible to verify, after glancing from the front in the motor section).
5. screw to the maximum - plus.
6. we check, that ignition 1+2)
7. we switch oned (harvest the button of starting.

Now under the conditions of work.

According to rekomendovannomu for this stage of regime we establish GAS, checking on the supercharging, and then we install SCREW on the necessary revolutions.

On the cooling. Progrevayem with the closed cowling, before the takeoff it is better cowling to open slightly, otherwise let us forget. In all are 4 positions of cowl flaps. Thus, for the rechecking recently it took off, established supercharging 630, and revolutions to 1760. Height 300, on street +15. cowling opened half. Aircraft flew at a rate of 150 km/h and temperature stopped to 205 *. in the course of 15 minutes of any tendency toward an increase in the temperature. It complicated conditions. Outboard made +35, supercharging 730, revolutions to 1860. It opened shutters completely. It flew already 15 minutes. Result on the picture. Speed 160, and temperature stopped to 210 *

happy way!


OK, I think I can fiure that "screw" means "turn the knob", and "harvest the conditions of starting" means "crank 'er up", and that the "shutter of cooling" that can be verified by glancing at the front motor section is the cowl vent......might take a while to figure out what a pivot crane is tho.... Smile

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 4:35 am
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Can ya email it to me so I can see what I come up with lol
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 5:25 am
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The readme is actually pretty small and babelfish came up with this (it handled the russian characters apparently)

Aircraft Yak-1Ã?Â? for MSFS2004.
INSTALLATION: Unpack ZIP and you will establish into folder MSFS2004/Aircraft.
AUTHORS: Ilya and Victor laktyushiny. We thank for the creation of the aircraft of the following designers
• of Andrey (A.K) for the idea of the creation of aircraft, drawings and textures of the visual model
• of Mikhail (Wishmaster) for the panel and the instrumentation
• of Peter (Petro) for the record and the numbering is sonic the engine
• of Dmitriy (SheV) behind the given materials
• Peter L Dowson for module FSUIPC
• Doug Dawson for the instrument of ozvuchki.
• Stepana Of gritsevskogo for the instrument joystick.

NOTES:
• imperatively we recommend to use an aircraft with instrument STT_.JoyDI_.V1_006..gau from Stepana Of your gritsevskogo for the tuning joystick under this aircraft. Is reserved additional panel
• before the first departure you will study RLE.
• if from the overheating engine it wedges for this in Panel.cfg, restart is impossible
• aircraft is completely loaded. Excess passengers you will land
• control of motion according to airfield executed analogously with real aircraft
• compulsorily prisvoyte control of the screw of axis or to the buttons of joystick
• according to questions of operation be turned to the appropriate branch of forum avsim.ru/

LICENSE. Freeware with the limitation on the propagation. Special appreciation to the administration of site AVSIM.RU for the support of project.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2005 8:37 am
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Laughing

en caso de emergencia , use usted el paracaida detras del asiento del pilota, y asegurase de salir del aeroplano lo mas pronto possible



iknowit'sbullbutreadingthetranslationicouldn'tresisttocommentonitonforehandioffermyapologisbutassaiditwasgreatfunreadingthetranslation,
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nowondertheylostoutwiththecoldwar

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