|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Improving Auto2 flying.|
|Date:||Sat, 6 Nov 2010 21:34:25 +0100|
CheckList I would go down:
1. Plane flies straight and level in MANUAL|AUTO1 with no inputs from the Tx. (Be sure the plane isn't naturally turning right)
test: take off and assume level flight. let go of the sticks on the Tx and observe the planes behavior.
fails: take a note of the amount of up|down right|left required to fly level. Land and adjust the linkages to mimic these settings. Re-run test.
2. Max roll maybe should be increased? Allow the plane to roll more to the left.
3. Check your command laws to verify a limit doesn't exist restricting the aircraft's ability to follow the flight plan you wish. Fly it in the simulator and see if you have the same results.
On Nov 4, 2010, at 11:30 AM, Helge Walle wrote:
> I am trying to improve the Auto2 flying of my Twinstar2. Standby circles, figure 8 and Oval are already fine now.
> Last session I tried to change the circle rotational direction while flying right turns in Standby. I clicked Circle left. The plane did not manage to perform this maneuver. It made several tight turns to break out from the existing circle, but never managed to enter the path of a left circle. When I clicked the Standby block again, normal right-turn Standby was re-established.
> The Standby circle is 65m radius. I am not sure what determines the radius of the "breakout" turns. Any hint on this?
> What puzzles me is that I cannot find a reference to the GCS Circle buttons in the flight plan. Should I? Or where else is this command performed?
> Is there something I could tweak to make the plane able to do the switch of rotation direction? By flying nice figure8's, the plane has shown it's ability to turn both right and left in Auto2.
> Also, is it possible to configure GCS to "no http" as default in maps policy?
> Thanks for any help,
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