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Hello team, I was practicing today the procedure during a failure after V1 and found that the behaviour of the IXEG is really hard to control. I have recorded a couple of videos so you can see what I mean. Basically I am failing engine 1 at 123 knots, V1 is 120 and the plane totally rolles to the left, out of the runway. I try to apply full rudder pedal to keep it in the center line of the runway but, until today, I have not been able to do so. I am using X-Plane 10 at MPTO, no wind, no rain, configured "ready to fly". This is the first video where I record from inside the cockpit: In this video we can see the replay from the outside: This third video is an actual practice of an engine failure after V1. It is an Airbus but what I want to show is how the pilot applies rudder control and is able to keep the plane flying nice and soft: I appreciate very much your feedback. Greetings!!!
manisha posted a topic in General DiscussionHi All, I'm new to this forum and sorry if i have placed this query in wrong category. My question is --> if for given flight - i know it's weight, V1 and Vr speed then is possible to calculate stopping distance of flight. I know people use some table but i'm looking for mathematical formula so that i can do it for any aircraft ? Also I'm new to aviation domain so don't have much knowledge also. Thanks, manisha