Very high definition model of an Airbus A320 textured as Air France. All flaps, rudders and the landing gear can be animated. All textures included in tga, eps and Adobe Illustrator format. Max Format: The flaps, rudders and the landing gear are animated. Meshsmooth is applied so you can set the object resolution as you like. Just use the Named Selection Set meshsmooth to select the SubD objects. Obj Format: In 3 different resolutions ranging from 154898 to 876677 Polygons. The movable parts are saved separately in an initial state and in an animated state. The lowest poly-version is SubD. hull. So you can use it easily as SubD in MayaXSI or any Programms supporting SubD.3ds Format: In 3 different resolutions ranging from 293093 to 1738610 Polygons. The movable parts are saved separately in an initial state and in an animated state. Previews rendered in XSI.
The Airbus A320 is a family of narrow-body aircraft for small and medium-sized airlines, developed by the European consortium Airbus S.A.S. Released in 1988, it became the first mass passenger aircraft (previously used on the Tu-204), on which an electro-remote control system was used (EDSU, fly-by-wire).
The main competitor of the Airbus A320 family is the Boeing 737 family.
A feature of the Airbus A320 is an advanced technical equipment (by the standards of the 1980s) cockpit and electric remote control system. Instead of mechanical switch devices, information about the position of the aircraft and the state of its engines and auxiliary systems is displayed on six electron beam screens (after the launch of the A318 is released on the LCD), which occupy most of the dashboard. In addition, the classic aircraft controls are replaced with side handles (sidesticks) located on the sides of the cockpit, so that the sidelock of the pilot sitting to the left (the aircraft commander) is located to the left of his seat, and the sidelock of the pilot sitting to the right (second pilot), located to the right of his seat. These knobs are not directly connected to control planes; Any movement of the side-stick is processed by the onboard computers and the information is transmitted by wire to hydraulic drives that come into action and make the necessary movements of the steering surfaces (fly by wire technology). The high level of automation of control of the aircraft and its systems allowed the number of crew members to be limited to two pilots.
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