Aviodev C-101

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Aviodev Update:


Después de unos meses de duro trabajo, el proyecto sigue avanzando, y antes de presentar el proyecto oficialmente (próximamente), queremos traeros un pequeño teaser, donde mostramos el comportamiento del arranque del sistema TARSYN en nuestro C-101. Estad atentos!


Another work-in-progress preview prior to the official presentation.

Perdon por el tochon, pero me han pedido que lo ponga ;)

Edited by Silver_Dragon

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Me imagino que los integrantes de la PAV estaran deseosos de contar con este modulo.


Parece que va a ser de muy buena calidad.


Hace tiempo que lo estan usando.

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Veo que hay un poco de confusión con el proyecto. La PAV no está desarrollando este módulo, quien está detrás es AvioDev, un equipo compuesto por 5 personas, a saber:


Yo mismo: Coordinando el proyecto y realizando las texturas.

Peyvolt: Modelos 3D.

Tango: Desarrollando los sistemas del C-101. También trabaja en los proyectos del L-39 Albatros y BAE Hawk.

Alezmad: Asesorando técnicamente en el desarrollo. Antiguo miembro del E69.

Quinta Persona: Para desarrollar el AFM, en principio iba a ser Amalahama, pero por su trabajo no tiene el tiempo para llevarlo a cabo y es una pena, porque su idea era muy buena. Ya hay alguién que seguramente se va a encargar del tema, pero hasta que no esté confirmado es mejor no poner nada.


Aparte del equipo, hay otras personas externas que están ayudando con el proyecto, que también serán reconocidas a su debido momento.


Respecto a la PAV, tienen una versión antigua del modelo, también ayudaron haciendo labores de beta-testing probando el rendimiento del módulo en diferentes configuraciones de hardware. Con lo cual nos viene muy bien para tener una idea de como puede funcionar en el futuro.


Para terminar, cuando el C-101 entre en la fase beta, comenzarán la fase de pruebas, y conformaremos un equipo de beta-testers, para probar distintas áreas. Así, que el que de algún modo quiera formar parte de este proyecto, será bienvenido, hasta que completemos las plazas de beta-testers.


Un saludo.

Juan Oscar.

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El culopollo la es oficial en DCS: World. Comunicado de prensa de Aviodev:

Dear Everyone,
We are excited to announce to the community our first project, the CASA C-101 "Aviojet".
The CASA C-101 Aviojet is an advanced jet trainer and light attack aircraft, entering service with the Spanish AF in 1980.The C-101 was also operated by the Air Forces of Chile, Jordan and Honduras. Through many years of service, the Aviojet has proved itself as a reliable aircraft, being an excellent platform for training and aerobatic flight, and is used by the premier aerobatic team of the Spanish Air Force, the Patrulla Águila.
The team behind the C-101 for DCS World is AvioDev, who are located in Spain and the UK. The team is comprised of 4 members:
Peyvolt : Modeller
Tango : Systems developer
JO : Textures
Alezmad : Technical Advisor
Also you can follow us in our facebook page:
Development on the C-101 was a painstaking task, in order that the models, textures, and systems accurately matched the real aircraft. Thanks to working directly with pilots and technicians of the real aircraft, we are able to bring you an exceptional simulation. At the current time, the aircraft has been developed with SFM and full clickable cockpit, but AFM is planned, and we are currently looking for an AFM devolper to create the flight model for our C-101 project, and possible future projects. If you would be interested in this position, please contact us via PM.
Our C101 project teaser: Recommended to watch it in 1080.

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Enhorabuena a Todo el equipo que está trabajando en este proyecto, ya habeis conseguido algo muy importante, asi que animo y a sacar este maravilloso avion que nos va ser muy util para los entrenamientos y academias de muchos escuadrones virtuales. :aplauso-6:


Un saludo.

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No te habias ido ?

Ya tenemos a SilverZaz0 para reemplazarte, es la única fuente de confianza para mí.


AvioDev (Juan Oscar) me ha pedido que publique aqui, si tienes algun problema, vas y le pides explicaciones a el, ya que segun tu "No soy de confianza". Ademas, para esos modos, mejor estar alejado de aqui.


Aviodev C-101 Technical info:


Hi everyone!
We are very excited to make this announcement regarding the C-101! The following is an overview of the systems modelling.
* All relays, switches and breakers modelled
* All busses modelled with complete switching logic
* Battery drains under load without generator or external power connected (WIP)
* Accurate electrical loads by electrical consumers (the more you try and run on the battery, the quicker it fails) WIP
* Systems highly granular, with sub-systems tied to their respective bus and associated circuit breaker
* Highly accurate air data simulation
* ASI simulates effects of compressibility and effects due to angle of attack
* VSI has lagged response
* Mach meter
* Organic simulation of blocked pitot and static systems - results in accurate "down stream" behavior of altimeter, VSI and ASI without special programming (WIP)
* All flight controls dependent upon availability of hydraulic pressure (current SFM limitation means that aileron, elevator, and rudder operate regardless of configuration)
* Hydraulic system manual reversion accurately simulated (WIP)
* Flight controls accurately drain system pressure
* Pressurization schedule accurately modelled
* Pressurization affects oxygen usage
* Incorrect configuration leads to pilot blackout (WIP)
* Canopy fogging reacts to ambient conditions/"cold soak" (WIP)
* Affected by cockpit pressurization
* Accurate usage based upon conditions
* Normal and high flow modelled (WIP)
* Oxygen affected by crew member count (WIP)
* VOR, ILS and TACAN accurately modelled
* "Cone of silence", and range vs. altitude determine reception area
* Each beacon characteristics accurate to their type
* TACAN test mode fully modelled, including failure states
* Terrain masking (WIP)
* Highly accurate start-up/shutdown
* Effects of maneuvering/acceleration introduce errors
* Highly accurate self-erect function with inhibit modes implemented
* Independent vertical and horizontal gyros
* Manual modes fully implemented
* Effect of blocked static port (WIP)
* Vibrator modelled with ability to tap glass (WIP)
* Needle will stick if vibrator failed/no power
* Turn coordinator and slip ball will react correctly on the ground
* Turn coordinator will topple if start-up time not observed
* Attitude indicator errors implemented
* Fuel system fully modelled
* Inverted fuel tank simulated and reacts to g and NOT aircraft attitude
* All fuel tanks correct modelled with complete fuel transfer system and auto logic, as well as manual modes
* Mis-configuration of fuel system can lead to fuel starvation and engine flame-out
* Fuel quantity indicator system fully modelled
* All functions tied to their respective busses and circuit breakers
* Engine start/stop logic fully implemented
* Engine ignition system auto/continuous mode fully modelled
* Engine flame outs under certain conditions modelled
* Engine failure if abused/limits exceeded (WIP)
* VOR test mode implemented (WIP)
* Display test mode
* Display dimmer/OFF implemented
* Independent of nav radio - can fail independently
* Display test mode
* Display dimmer/OFF implemented
* Blinks on invalid frequency selection
* Independent of comm radio - can fail independently
* Test mode implemented
* TACAN X band implemented
* TACAN able to tune any valid DME source from VOR/ILS/DME in addition to TACAN/DME
* Independent of TACAN radio - can fail independently
* Independent DME receiver can fail independently
* All beacon types include correct frequency of tone, keying rate, repeat rate, and interleave
* Audio panel WIP
* Cockpit lighting integrated into model
* Accurate area illumination (within limits of renderer)
* All lights independently modelled (single lights can burn out/fail)
* All lights tied to correct dimmers/switches
* All external lighting independently modelled (except formation lights)
* Individual lights can fail (except formation lights)
* All lights tied to correct switches
* Multi-stage lighting
* Boarding ladders
* Wheel chock
* Pilots helmet(s)
* GPU (when requested)
* Boarding ladders
* Helmet (WIP)
* GPU All systems are tied to their respective busses, and circuit breaker(s) where installed.
Items marked as WIP are experimental, may be missing, broken, or will not make it into the final product.
We hope you enjoyed reading some of the key features of the C-101 systems and depth of modelling. We aim to bring you the highest fidelity systems simulation possible, thanks to advice and feedback from our real-world pilots and maintenance technicians. We are extremely grateful for their help.
Best regards,
Edited by Silver_Dragon

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Tango da datos sobre el armamento del C-101

Originally Posted by Devious View Post
First of all, congratulations on this new endeavor and I wish you guys the best of luck! Second of all, what are going to be the main differences in equipment between the C101 and the Hawk? If only given one choice between the two, right now it would be the C101. Really looking forward to it! (Sorry if the equipment question has already been answered)



Differences-wise, there is more for the pilot to play with in the C-101 in the form of circuit breakers for various equipment, and some additional backup systems, but otherwise there is a very close match between them.
They are both used for similar roles IRL; advanced jet training, advanced weapons training, and are both used by their respective air force aerobatic display teams.
The C-101 has huge range — it can fly over 2000 nm un-refuelled. It was designed to fly to the Canary Islands from mainland Spain without refuelling.
The EB (training version) is used by the Spanish air force for advanced jet training, before students move onto the F-5B.
The CC version (attack version) was used by the Spanish, Chile, Jordan and Honduras air forces in the light attack role. The weapons it can carry are wide and varied, and you may or may not know, it even has an internal weapons bay under the rear seat for even more payload. The CC model can carry weapons up to and including the AGM-65.
The A-36 "Halcón" is one variant of the CC model we are looking at that was operated by the Chilean air force, and includes RADAR for advanced tactical weapons training.
Just an example of the weapons and equipment the C-101CC can carry:
Internal bay:
* Laser designator
* Reconnaissance pod
* Countermeasures systems
* Single 30mm cannon complete with 130 rounds of ammunition
* Twin Browning M3 12.7mm machine gun with 440 rounds of ammunition
Under-wing hard-points:
* BR-250 bombs
* BR-125 bombs
* LAU-10 rocket launchers
* LAU-3A rocket launchers
* AGM-65 Maverick missiles
* AIM-9M Sidewinder
* Sea Eagle air-to-surface anti-ship missile
* Other air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons
By comparison, the Hawk has approximately one quarter the air-to-ground payload capability by mass (T.1). The only air-to-air missile it carries is the AIM-9L (T.1A).
I hope that helps detail the main differences! The CC model is packed with capability, and the DD model gets even more interesting including HOTAS and integrated navigation and mission management computer, but no orders were ever placed.
C-101CC carrying the Sea Eagle:
If you thought the C-101 was just a light-weight trainer with no capability...
Best regards,


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