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With the current situation in the world, I thought I would share this with anyone how may be interested. I created it a while ago to help me get my head around the workings of the Concorde intake system, after seeing a training aid that was used to train crews back in the day. As it is packaged as an exe file, it will just run in windows but AVG doesn't like it so I have to put it in an exempted folder - you will have to do this too. Other virus protection software will probably do the same, and although I know I haven't put any malware etc in the file, [disclaimer coming] use at your own risk. Here is a link to the file: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m1aLexo5Vdod1HhEG61Y_lmYjM1LG1zE/view?usp=sharing Frazz
Hey! I've been there for a while, but I still have a tons to learn, I am not sure who to ask, because I am part of many communities (including some Hungarian), but most of the time I prefer to ask on the correct forums for these questions, as they generally can answer easier and faster. During my take off process, I've been struggling with a lot of things in the A320-X. For example using the Auto-throttle I still have many problems especially in bad weather conditions. I guess depending on the load of the aircraft and fuel amount the flaps need to be set accordingly, but how it's comes to when the weather is bad, I would assume in smaller thunderstorms or at least in lighter rains with medium winds the flaps supposed to be on 10-20 maximum. I met many times with low speeds during takeoffs because of the conditions. In this matter what should I do? Also, how do I know the correct rudder trim amount to measure based on the wind? Moreover, when I want to use the INT button to request GSX to handle the stuffs (boarding process for exampling) after willing the ATSU, it seems automatically the deboarding is triggered, is there any solution for that? LDG evelation message is always come up on my display, however it's on AUTO, what should I do in that case? That's all for now, I will check by if anything comes up. Thanks in advance.
With the help of @Lefteris Kalamaras the first set of training files are now in the downloads section of this site. The first set cover "Introduction To Supersonics" as was covered on day 1 of the Concorde conversion course. Please remember I do not claim to be an expert and I am only going on the information I have from the course notes/training manual. You will need some sort of PowerPoint to run the main files - I think you can get a free viewer from Microsoft somewhere on the net. Otherwise, the PDF versions have the slides and the notes. The main files are in a lecture style, with the bulk of information being read out by a computer generated voice - some interesting pronunciations can be heard - and the main points/diagrams being produced on screen. Where you may need more time to look at things, a continue button must be pressed to progress to the next slide. Please remember these are for interest only - don't think you can go and fly a real Concorde after doing these...! If people are interested in more I will see if Lefteris is willing to upload them at a later date. I may upload and exam for fun also! Enjoy! Frazz