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The FS-Duenna is a small tool to help validate flights during the RTW-Race FlightSim vs Avsim vs Sim-Outhouse. It was found that the integrated Flight-Analysis-Window in FS2004 did not provide sufficient information to validate flights and that it sometimes displayed flights as invalid although everything was done correctly. This tool will check for specific conditions before, during and after a flight. It will create a validation-graphic which may be posted in the forum as a proof of validation. It also creates a small text file with all the information collected. Both are opened upon finishing the flight.
The program runs in the background as a separate task on your FS-Computer. Depending on your settings it can be quite small, non-intrusive. When you're on the ground, you can tell it that you've gotten the imaginary baton. It will then do the pre-flight checks and you can take off as soon as possible. Enroute it will do it's normal checks as well. Upon landing, you can tell it that you've droped the baton, opening the analysis windows.
Please post your feedback in the forum at https://johannesmueller.com/fsforum/viewforum.php?f=10. Thanks!
Why do I have to restart my FS when The Duenna detects bad settings?
I forgot to grab the baton, what can I do?
Sample text output:
Flight Log -- from FS-Duenna v.0.700 R85 ----------------------------------------------------------- Please do not change anything below this line. [CERTIFY] Takeoff: System Time UTC: 13.02.2006 11:20:13 FS Time: 23.02.2005 12:40:24 Aircraft gross weight: 7423.7 lbs Location: N 46* 58.666' / E 8* 24.436' Airport: LSMU 0.6nm Valid: VALIDATED Enroute: Aircraft: [P1] P-51H 'Ah'm Available' Air-File: p51h.air / 12.01.2005 / 7.8 kB Aircraft-Reference: Vne=439KIAS, Vcruise=275KTAS, Mmo=M0.810 Max./Avg. Groundspeed: 396.6 kts / 238.7 kts Max. IAS: 373.0 kts Average IAS: 290.0 kts Average Head/Tailwind: -1.2 kts Max. altitude: 8632 ft / 8557 ft PA (0x) Flight aborted: no Time in overspeed: 0.0 secs. Error count: 0 Valid: VALIDATED Landing: System Time UTC: 13.02.2006 11:36:09 FS Time: 23.02.2005 12:56:14 Aircraft gross weight: 7197.0 lbs Location: N 46* 13.162' / E 7* 19.636' Airport: LSGS 0.6nm Valid: VALIDATED Errors: Summary: Direct distance: 63.7 nm Flight time: 00:15:56 Baton time: 00:15:58 Average GS: 238.7 kts Valid: Flight Simulator: FS2004 Crash-Tolerance-Setting: 1.000 FSUIPC: 3.530 Validation-ID: 158 060 6E6 (Rev. 1) Flight-Points: Date/Time(UTC); Latitude; Longitude; Altitude; VS; GS; KIAS; PA; QNH 13.02.2006 11:20:11; 46.977792; 8.407361; 1481; 0; 4; 1; 0; 0.0 13.02.2006 11:35:13; 46.224928; 7.354095; 1901; -506; 108; 105; 0; 0.0 13.02.2006 11:36:09; 46.219364; 7.327265; 1586; 0; 2; 5; 0; 0.0 [/CERTIFY][CERTIFY-ID]4B9F2244[/CERTIFY-ID] Validation-Graphic: C:\Programme\FS-Addons\RTW-Duenna\OUTPUT\2006-02-13\FlightLog_12-36-09.JPG (just copy the above path+file into your forum-attachment field.) Baton-URL: ... This file was created on 13.02.2006 11:36:29 UTC Created by FS-Duenna - https://johannesmueller.com/fs/web/duenna/ - (c) Johannes Mueller
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Full installation, Rev. 44/13. Feb 2005 - approx. 5MB, requires FS2004/2002 / FSUIPC (may be unregistered)
Update, Rev. 117/9. Feb 2008 - approx. 0.5MB, requires a previous full installation, for FS2002, FS2004, FSX - for the 2008 RTW race
Update, Rev. 120/30. Jan 2009 - approx. 0.5MB, requires a previous full installation, for FS2002, FS2004, FSX - for the 2009 RTW race
Update, Rev. 131/30. Jan 2010 - approx. 0.5MB, requires a previous full installation, for FS2002, FS2004, FSX - for the 2010 RTW race
Full installation in a ZIP-Archive/13. Feb 2005 - approx. 1.5MB, requires VB6-Runtime, for experienced users only.
ReadMe-Text/8. Feb 2007 - Read-Me file to the Duenna (text-format)
|Thanks to Ian Dale (TornadoWilkes), Michael MacKuen and
Matt Smith for all the help, encouragement, testing and ideas!
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Please feel free to contact me via email: jm [at] johannesmueller.com