Pitch Perfect CKAN

Automatically controls the pitch angle of your propeller blades so you can just fly.

License: MIT

Game Version: 1.11.0

Downloads: 284

Author: Booots

Mod Website: Forum Thread

Followers: 10

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Ever get frustrated that your propeller aircraft don't seem to gain speed? Annoyed that mapping blade deploy angle to throttle can result in less thrust with more throttle? Wish you could just use the throttle to control the force of your propeller without finicking around?

Well now you can! This mod will handle all of the details while you just fly.

How to use:

  1. Add blades to any rotor. Make sure that they are aligned in the disc plane in their undeployed state and that increasing the deployment angle makes them take a bigger 'bite' of the air.
  2. Set them deployed.
  3. On the rotor hub, select which mode you want: Thrust: Keeps the blade at its maximum thrust angle. Throttle the motor's RPM or torque to control your thrust. Throttle: Makes the blade produce thrust proportional to the throttle setting. Set your motor to the desired RPM and a torque setting that will enable that. This is the default and probably easiest to fly with. Efficiency: Keeps the blade at its most efficient (Thrust/Torque) angle. Throttle the motor's torque to control your thrust. This mode is likely the least useful unless you're trying to build a maximum range craft and even then...

  4. Fly.

Version 0.8 for Kerbal Space Program 1.11.0

Released on 2021-01-09

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