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DCS: Black Shark

DCS Black Shark for PC brings you the Russian KA-50 attack helicopter in amazing realism.Flight dynamics, weapons systems and instrument modelling have all be produced in great detail.

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DCS Black Shark for PC brings you the Russian KA-50 attack helicopter in amazing realism.Flight dynamics, weapons systems and instrument modelling have all be produced in great detail.

AI helicopters and ground vehicles are dynamic and the Mission editor allows you to easy create missions and campaigns! 

  • The Ka-50 Black Sharks rotor model is revolutionary among helicopter simulators. It is based on a joint model of each blade with its own complex motion relative to rotor axis and flapping (horizontal) and hunting (vertical) hinges. All this produces natural helicopter dynamics such as conical rotor inclination in forward flight (oscillations in hover with fixed stick, cyclic stick input increasing accordingly to the airspeed), power excess after transition from hover to forward flight, ground effect (over inclined surface or close to ground objects), vortex ring phenomena, airflow stall from the blades, blades intersection (collision). In the case of individual blade damage, corresponding dynamics are naturally modeled as part of overall rotor model.
  • For the first time in flight simulation history, the engine model is based on detailed physics model of turbo-shaft engine as a system of separate components of the engine gas-dynamics system: engine inlet, compressor, combustion chamber, high-pressure turbine and power-turbine with engine exhaust.
  •     Programming, editing and saving of waypoints, runways, radio beacons, target locations and the ability to study terrain along the flight route, etc.;
  •     Ability to alter flight plan during mission;
  •     Real-time determination of helicopter position coordinates by using of built in navigational satellite system sensor (GPS/GLONASS);
  •     Display of aeronautical information and flight plan required for the navigation during all stages of a mission;
  •     Reception of information from the autonomous pressure altitude sensors and necessary processing of pressure altitude for the needs of the built-in satellite navigation system sensor;
  •     Reception and processing of information from the other avionics systems such as the Rubicon targeting-navigation system and data-link equipment.
  •     Indicating the position of wingmen using data-link as well as targeting line of sight vector from Shkval targeting system.
  •     Annotate moving map with text and symbols.