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FSX - Feelthere Embraer Regional Jets V2 (ERJ135 - ERJ145) Pai Torrent [2022-Latest]



 


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How to use the manual To fully understand how to use the manual, it's necessary to know a few terms: General "Heading" is the direction a plane is flying in, the opposite of "pitch". A plane is considered "at rest" if it is not traveling at a specific speed. If a plane is traveling at a specific speed, its heading will be the direction the plane is traveling in, "relative to the ground." Coordinate Systems The primary coordinate system used in the manual is the "North-East-Down" (NED) coordinate system, where the first letter represents the direction the plane is traveling (N = North, E = East, D = Down). The second letter represents the elevation of the plane in feet, relative to a specified reference point, and the last letter represents the direction the plane is pointing. For example, at rest in the NED coordinate system, a plane flying in a northeast direction at 1,000 feet would be named as (N1,E1,D1). If the plane is flying in a northwest direction at 1,500 feet, its heading would be (N1,E1,D2). The coordinate system used in the manual is the "North-East-Up" (NEU) coordinate system. The NEU coordinate system is very similar to the NED coordinate system, but is rotated 90 degrees. The NEU coordinate system is primarily used to allow headings to be specified in the plane's heading (heading), instead of having to specify the plane's heading as a destination (which is typically done in the NED coordinate system). Lastly, for both coordinate systems, the "at rest" coordinate system is the same coordinate system in which the plane is heading. For example, a plane flying in a northeast direction at 1,000 feet would be named as (N1,E1,D1) in the at-rest coordinate system. To the user, the at-rest coordinate system is the most useful coordinate system as it allows the headings of planes to be specified in degrees, which is easier to input into the flight management system and understand. Vectors An "X-axis" is a direction parallel to a plane's wings. An "Y-axis" is a direction perpendicular to the X-axis. Finally, an "Z-axis

 

 

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