P47 - Pilot's Manual - Operating Tables

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P47 - Pilot's Manual - Operating Tables

Postby RAF_DaddyO » Fri Feb 12, 2021 10:30 pm

S! Hey you Jug-jockies out there! Shutter, this is for you.

I have an old paper copy of the P47 pilot's manual. (its a little old and has some water damage to it, but...hopefully you can make use of the downloaded images)
If not, let me know, i can scan to pdf and post on our downloads site.

Please see the attached - I've photo copied the key operating parameter, weight and balance, and fuel consumption tables!

So you can plan your combat accordingly, and fly the jug to its limits.
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S! Enjoy!
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Re: P47 - Pilot's Manual - Operating Tables

Postby RAF_Shutter » Sun Feb 14, 2021 10:24 pm

Useful... Thank you DaddyO ! :D
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Re: P47 - Pilot's Manual - Operating Tables

Postby RAF_Shutter » Mon Feb 15, 2021 1:25 am

Looking around for magvar data, I have found this: https://maps.ngdc.noaa.gov/viewers/hist ... clination/. It seems that it is indeed 9W in the Dover area. The 12W i had was either an average for the UK or for a westerly location. I need to test the map again with more accuracy.

Today (or yesterday) you got a glimpse into dead reckoning navigation and what made it so hard. So many things to account for. Imagine crossing the Atlantic this way.

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