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PlayStation Bakerloo Line Wheelslip In Tunnels

Discussion in 'Technical Reports' started by Deltic00, Nov 17, 2020.

  1. Deltic00

    Deltic00 Active Member

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    When playing in wet weather, wheelslip is also happening underground where it’s not wet, making it impossible to keep to the times and stop at the stations at the pace required.
     
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  2. Mat_Jam_Ca

    Mat_Jam_Ca Well-Known Member

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    Indeed. I hope they sort this out, it’s more than a little frustrating.
     
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  3. dave from Cornwall

    dave from Cornwall Well-Known Member

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    Conversely on GWE there is no wheelslip from the 43 when putting full throttle on...
     
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  4. deki32

    deki32 Well-Known Member

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    As far i know, there shouldn't be any improved physics on Preserved Routes except for Sand Patch as it has been rebuilt from the ground up. The same issue exists with other dlc like the DB BR 155 which has zero wheelspin with a dozen fully loaded wagons and rain. I might be wrong tho. Cheers
     
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    stujoy Well-Known Member

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    This is a bit annoying. When you start from Elephant & Castle you can tell it’s raining at Queen’s Park like some kind of fortune teller. I’m taking from this that the adhesion modelling is route-wide and isn’t compatible with underground routes. I’m hoping for a system where it is variable along the length of the route to rectify this.
     
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  6. dave from Cornwall

    dave from Cornwall Well-Known Member

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    Will have to investigate if there is something similar in IOW with the little tunnel. When its wet is it more or less difficult to get up the hill.

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    Dinosbacsi Well-Known Member

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    I believe they did though, as I remember having wheelslip on LIRR. On wet/snowy weather put brakes to full and the wheels will block. Even the speedo will show 0 mph.
     
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  8. deki32

    deki32 Well-Known Member

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    That sounds great. I need to try that with the M3, love to be inside the cab while it is snowing :). Thank you for the info.
     

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