TSS F-16A/B/C PW-200/220 高清音效包 飞行员版本 FSX P3D4-5

€ 16.08
TSS F-16A/B/C PW-200/220 高清音效包 飞行员版本 FSX P3D4-5

TSS F-16A/B/C PW-200/220 高清音效包 飞行员版本 FSX P3D4-5



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    Turbine Sound Studios proudly presents our brand new TSS F-16A/B/C PW200 / 220 / 220E Pilot Edition soundpackage for FSX and P3D recorded in HD High definition.
    This product is created for the default P3D F-16A model. This will also work with the Aerosoft F-16 for FSX.

    F100-PW-200 / 220 / 220E
    The F-16 Fighting Falcon entered service with the F100-200; compared to the -100, the -200 has some additional redundancies for single-engine reliability and almost identical thrust ratings.
    In particular, a "proximate splitter" was introduced on the -200 that reduced the severity of the high pressure waves from "hard" afterburner starts.
    This greatly reduced the rate of stagnation stalls, and the -200 on the F-16 saw much better reliability than the -100 on the F-15,
    although some of the issues from the -100 remained.
    Similarly, these problems were eventually solved by the F100-PW-220, which the -200 could be upgraded to as well.
    Due to the unsatisfactory reliability, maintenance costs, and service life of the F100-PW-100/200,
    Pratt & Whitney was eventually pressured into upgrading the engine to address these issues.
    The Air Force also began funding the General Electric F101 Derivative Fighter Engine, which eventually became the F110, as a competitor to the F100 to coerce more urgency from Pratt & Whitney.
    The resulting engine, designated F100-PW-220, almost eliminates stall-stagnations and augmentor instability as well as doubling time between depot overhauls.
    Reliability and maintenance costs were also drastically improved, and the engine incorporates a digital electronic engine control (DEEC).
    The -220 engine produces static thrust of 14,590 lbf (64.9 kN) in military (intermediate) power and 23,770 lbf (105.7 kN) afterburning, very slightly lower than the static thrust of the -100/200,
    but the -220 has better dynamic thrust across most of the envelope.

    The F100-PW-220 was introduced in 1986 and was installed on the F-15 or F-16, gradually replacing the -100/200.
    Seeking a way to drive unit costs down, the USAF implemented the Alternative Fighter Engine (AFE) program in 1984,
    under which the engine contract would be awarded through competition; the -220 would be Pratt & Whitney’s initial offering in the AFE program,
    competing with the General Electric F110-GE-100.
    The F-16C/D Block 30/32s were the first to be built with the common engine bay, able to accept the existing F100-200/220 engine (Block 32) or the F110-100 (Block 30).
    The "E" abbreviation from 220E is for “equivalent” and given to engines which have been upgraded from series 100 or 200 to 220, thus becoming equivalent to 220 specifications.

    This package includes the following :

    All new recordings.
    All new editing methods with matched engine pitch values.
    External engine sounds.
    Internal engine sounds.
    New layered wind sounds.
    Afterburner distance
    And much more.

    All recorded in HD and compiled to meet P3D specifications.


    FSX 或 P3D
    F-16A/B/C 模型






    € 16.08