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  • A2A Simulations J-3 Cub i FOR SIMULATION USE ONLY

    ACCU-SIM PIPER J-3 CUB PILOT’S MANUAL

    Third Edition – January 2020

    Mitchell Glicksman

    FOR SIMULATION USE ONLY

  • A2A Simulations J-3 Cub i FOR SIMULATION USE ONLY

    ACCU-SIM J-3 CUB © 2019 A2A Simulations Inc. All rights reserved.

    Published by A2A Simulations Inc.

    ATTENTION!

    Accu-Sim J-3 Cub, including sounds, aircraft, and all content is under strict, and enforceable

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    RISKS & SIDE EFFECTS

    Ergonomic Advice

     Always maintain a distance of at least 45cm to the screen to avoid straining your eyes.

     Sit upright and adjust the height of your chair so that your legs are at a right angle. The

    angle between your upper and forearm should be larger than 90º.

     The top edge of your screen should be at eye level or below, and the monitor should be

    tilted slightly backwards, to prevent strains to your cervical spine.

     Reduce your screen’s brightness to lower the contrast and use a flicker-free, low-

    radiation monitor.

     Make sure the room you play in is well lit.

     Avoid playing when tired or worn out and take a break (every hour), even if it’s hard.

    Epilepsy Warning

    Some people experience epileptic seizures when viewing flashing lights or patterns in our daily

    environment. Consult your doctor before playing computer games if you, or someone of your

    family, have an epileptic condition.

    Immediately stop the game, should you experience any of the following symptoms during play:

    dizziness, altered vision, eye or muscle twitching, mental confusion, loss of awareness of your

    surroundings, involuntary movements and/or convulsions.

  • A2A Simulations J-3 Cub ii FOR SIMULATION USE ONLY

    Contents

    Introduction .................................................................................................................................................. 1

    The 747 Captain Who Forgot How to Fly ................................................................................................ 6

    Designer’s Notes – by Scott Gentile ............................................................................................................. 10

    What is The Philiosophy Behind Accu-Sim? .............................................................................................. 11

    Passenger on Board ................................................................................................................................. 12

    Ground Physics ........................................................................................................................................ 16

    Water Physics .......................................................................................................................................... 16

    Tundra Tires ............................................................................................................................................. 17

    Skis .......................................................................................................................................................... 18

    Prop Wash Over the Tail .......................................................................................................................... 18

    Stalls and Spins ........................................................................................................................................ 18

    Cabin Comfort ......................................................................................................................................... 19

    Propeller Physics ...................................................................................................................................... 20

    Carburetor Icing ....................................................................................................................................... 21

    Hand Starting ........................................................................................................................................... 21

    Air Starting............................................................................................................................................... 22

    Final Word ............................................................................................................................................... 22

    A Short History of a Small Airplane .............................................................................................................. 23

    Quick Start Guide ......................................................................................................................................... 27

    Quick Flying Tips .......................................................................................................................................... 28

    2D Panels..................................................................................................................................................... 29

    Controls (SHIFT 3) .................................................................................................................................... 29

    Payload and Fuel Manager (SHIFT 4) ........................................................................................................ 29

    Pilot's Map (SHIFT 5) ................................................................................................................................ 30

    Portable Radio (SHIFT 6) .......................................................................................................................... 31

    Maintenance Hangar (SHIFT 7) ................................................................................................................. 31

    General Description ..................................................................................................................................... 32

    Engine Specifications ................................................................................................................................... 35

    Flying the Cub .............................................................................................................................................. 36

    Opening it Up and Checking it Out ........................................................................................................... 36

    General Walk Around............................................................................................................................... 37

    Engine Starting ........................................................................................................................................ 38

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    Warm up ................................................................................................................................................. 41

    Taxiing ..................................................................................................................................................... 41

    Pre-Takeoff .............................................................................................................................................. 43

    Takeoff .................................................................................................................................................... 44

    Climb ....................................................................................................................................................... 45

    In Flight Notes.......................................................................................................................................... 46

    Air Starting............................................................................................................................................... 47

    Turning .................................................................................................................................................... 48

    Slow Flight ............................................................................................................................................... 50

    Stalls ........................................................................................................................................................ 51

    Spins ........................................................................................................................................................ 53

    Cruise ...................................................................................................................................................... 53

    The Descent ............................................................................................................................................. 54

    Gliding ..................................................................................................................................................... 54

    The Approach .........................................................................................................................................