Jetstream 41

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Over 2 years of modeling, extensive data research and consult real J41 pilot. PAOB - Precisionaerobus is pleased to announce the release of the most advanced Jetstream 41 in FS world which support both FS2004 and FSX addon.

We are not only specially stress on Modeling, but also strong in Flight Dynamic. We try our best to input real data to the flight dynamic files, then intensive flight dynamic beta tested by many real pilots, a real J31 pilot and a JS41 flight test engineer from UK.

The flight model is developed by highly standard aircraft model designer, so the exterior visual model is highly detailed and super smooth with sweet frame rate. Accurate wing root section and wing profile. Precision of fuselage, nose and cockpit window which give you an excellant proportions of views from the virtual cockpit.

If you feel 747 too stable or C172 too weak, Jetstream 41 is your good choice. It is a medium size aircraft, unique sound of turbopropeller from power character on between a piston and jet engine. Power setup is exactly follow the real data from Honellywell 11230kW (1650shp) TPE33114s turboprops.

Approaching runway with poor weather was a real challenge, Jetstream 41 give you a instant respond to your handling. You could enjoy an hour VFR flight from one city to other city in your country.

PAOB is proud of our gear compression system, all setup was according the information from offical BAe Jetstream 41 data sheet. we are not just concentrate on measurement, even stress on compression behavior. So you could enjoy the great moment of touch down now.

www.precisionaerobus.com full options support our customer which included Real j41 pilot tips, Forum for share with other J41 simmer, Re-paint kit, Flight dynamic test report, Livery free download, Version Update information.

PAOB J41 Panel Project Development included animated Wind Screen Wiper, V-speed auto call out. Our inital approach of panel simulation would be easy to use for all FS Pilot.

Our main goals to create an aircraft that it will make your flying experience even more challenge and realistic. PAOB J41 is one of the great masterpieces FS addon which worth for your own collection.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 04:42

 

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J41 Specification

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The BAe Jetstream 41

Powerplants

Two 1120kW (1500shp) AlliedSignal TPE33114GR/HR turboprops driving five blade constant speed McCauley propellers on initial production aircraft, later two 1230kW (1650shp) TPE33114s.

Performance

Max speed 547km/h (295kt), economical cruising speed 482km/h (260kt). Service ceiling 26,000ft. Range (initial production) with 29 passengers and reserves 1263km (681nm), definitive production standard 1433km (774nm).

Weights

Empty 6350kg (14,000lb), max takeoff initial production 10,433kg (23,100lb), definitive max takeoff 10,895kg (24,000lb).

Dimensions

Wing span 18.29m (60ft 0in), length 19.25m (63ft 2in), height 5.74m (18ft 10in). Wing area 32.6m2 (350.8sq ft).

Capacity

Flightcrew of two. Main cabin seating for up to 29 at three abreast, seating for 27 with galley. Corporate shuttle configured J41s seat 16 at two abreast.

Production

Orders for the Jetstream 41 stood at 100 in May 1997 when BAe announced it was terminating production.

Type

29 seat regional turboprop airliner



History



The Jetstream 41 is a stretched and modernised development of the 19 seat Jetstream 31, designed to compete in the 29 seat commuter airliner class alongside such types as the Brasilia, Dornier 328 and Saab 340.

The Jetstream 41 (or J41) is based on the J31, but features a 4.88m (16ft) fuselage stretch, consisting of a 2.51m (8ft 3in) plug forward of the wing and a 2.36m (7ft 9in) stretch rear. The increased span wing (with reworked ailerons and flaps) is mounted lower on the fuselage so that it does not carry through the fuselage and interrupt the interior cabin aisle, unlike on the Jetstream 31. Other airframe modifications included a new reprofiled six piece windscreen and extended wing root fairing with greater baggage capacity. More powerful AlliedSignal TPE331 turboprops, mounted in new nacelles with increased ground clearance, drive advanced five blade McCauley propellers. The flightdeck has modern EFIS glass displays.

Development work on the J41 was announced in mid 1989, resulting in the type's first flight on September 25 1991. Three further aircraft were also used in the flight test program, with European JAA certification being awarded on November 23 1992. The first delivery occurred two days later on November 25.

From mid 1994, all aircraft delivered benefited from various payload and range performance improvements, resulting from uprated engines and a higher maximum takeoff weight.

The J41 was initially known as the BAe Jetstream 41, but BAe's establishment of a separate Jetstream Aircraft division in mid 1993 saw the name simplified to just Jetstream 41. From January 1996 the J41 became part of the Aero International (Regional) stable, but in May 1997 BAe announced that it was terminating J41 production.

Field Aircraft of the UK and Pilatus of Switzerland were risk sharing partners, while Gulfstream was to build 200 wingsets.





General Data  Weights

Aircraft type:BAe
Aircraft model:Jetstream 41

Number of seats:  29  
Maximum Taxi Weight: 24,110 lbs
Max take-off  24,000 lbs
Max zero fuel  21,400 lbs
Max landing   23,300 lbs
Operating empty   14,957 lbs
Payload (est.) : 7,256
Fuel Capacity: 874.0 US Gallons (5660 lbs.)

V1     Vr      V2       Weight         Vref
108   111   117     23,000 lbs   105 kts.

With 23 passengers the approximate range is 1490 nm.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 04:39

 

J41 - Key Technical Details from BAe

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http://www.baeportal.datathree.com/main_ur_prod_j41.html

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 00:16

 

Approach and landing by real J41 pilot

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Information provided by real J41 pilot:

Approaching speed = 180kts
Establish localizer speed = 140 kts
Max speed -1 or -2 degree of pitch is normal
Landing weight about = 19,000 lbs - 21,000 lbs
Landing speed 105 -109 with full 25 degree flap
Cross wind landing with 15 degree flap
Max. landing weight  = 23,300 lbs
No fuel release function because the high max. landing weight (24,000 lbs reduce to 23,300 lbs need 30 mins only.)
No flexible wing
Fuel tank have main left and right only, no Aux



From Real J41 Pilot

The RPM of the propeller shaft speed is 1552 RPM at 100% engine speed
with a reduction ratio of 22.97 to 1.

The engine speed is governed to
operate between 96% - 100% in flight, and 72% - 97% on ground.

When sitting inside the cockpit, the propeller is turning towards you.
That means the down going blades are near to the fuselage.


From Real J41 Pilot 

"Rotor Speed = 35,645 rpm

1552(shaft speed)  x  22.97(reduction ratio)  =  35645(rotor speed)

So that you can see the gauge RMP will show you 1552

Gordon
 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 November 2010 00:16

 

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Fokker 50/60 : Vref. is the landing threshold speed during final approach at a height of 50 feet above the runway. Recommended final approach speed is Vref. + 10 knots.

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