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    1. Aeon
      Aeon
      lol - not quite - just learning how to program. ^_^
    2. Bill Longley
      Bill Longley
      she(emo *****) offended my Faith , I have never provoked her or any one but that ***** crossed her limits
    3. SekrutYakhni
      SekrutYakhni
      Sir, I understand your point on Education system..thank you for clearing further
    4. nightcrawler
      nightcrawler
      helllllllllllllllllllllloooooooooo nightcrawler

      Good to see you
    5. bee.bumble28@yahoo.com
      bee.bumble28@yahoo.com
      helllllllllllllllllllllloooooooooo nightcrawler
    6. nightcrawler
      nightcrawler
      u mean far cry 2

      no just FarCry don't take graphics int account because its an old one
    7. ptldM3
      ptldM3
      "Respected sir,

      Can I call the much widely used word the angle of attack the angle of incidence"

      They are similar but different, just stick to angle of attack.
    8. dbc
      dbc
      :) Please don't call me sir.
      the position of the main burner will cause hot gases to push against the chamber wall causing burn through damage to the wall. If you look at the image I posted you will see a cooling liner is used to prevent damage to the wall.
    9. ptldM3
      ptldM3
      "Thanks but that chocolate person while comparing f15 with su30 talked about that close the engines lesser is the plane signature to battlefield radar??"

      I beleive she is refering to the surface area of a fuselage, and while the F-15 has engines that are in close proximity it's fuselage appears to be just as wide as the SU-30. For instance, the F-15's intakes are wide but it's engines are not, or in other words they merge together. so it's not how close the engines are, it's how much surface area a fuselage has. Although i will say this, the F-15 does has a flatter fuselage which may have a smaller radar retun.

      So this is how it goes, from the frontal section an aircraft has a small RCS but once that aircraft shows it's fuselage, or goes vertical the RCS will increase. So does the F-15 have a smaller RCS from the fuselage? Perhaps but there is no way to tell, even if it did it would be negligible. Even more so if the aircraft has a combat load and drop tanks, and in combat aircraft are armed. Even if the aircraft is in a clean configuration it still has a jammer hanging underneath the fusalage.
    10. ptldM3
      ptldM3
      Your link didn't work but widely spaced engines, esspecialy ones that have TVC tend to give an aircraft a better role rate which is important, it also provides better battle feild servivability if an aircraft takes cannon fire or even a stinger hit.
    11. nightcrawler
      nightcrawler
      There is no question of taking consent from other members.
      Here you go again!!
      Dont tell me that I haven't read PC talks (desktop sharing to be latest) on this forum
    12. Awesome
      Awesome
      We don't give PC support unless it has anything to do with this website.

      There is no question of taking consent from other members.
    13. Awesome
      Awesome
      This is the wrong forum to get PC support. There are other dedicated forums out there.
    14. SBD-3
      SBD-3
      Actually I live in Nishatabad....but my job is in karachi...so I ve moved here last year...buy anyways my family is still in Fsd and I visit them and all my friends whenever I get a leave (usually bimonthly)
    15. CardSharp
      CardSharp
      Thanks for the compliment :)
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