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Carenado Enters X-Plane Market

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Posted 18 August 2010 - 02:27 PM

On August 18, 2010 Carenado is pleased to announce its entry to the X-Plane aircraft add-on market.

All Carenado aircraft for X-Plane will have the same quality standards as they have in FSX and FS2004. Detailed models, realistic textures, custom instruments, realistic behavior and friendly FPS, making the flight experience very close to reality.

Our compromise with the X-Plane community is to deliver the best GA aircraft for the X-Plane users.

The company chose the Mooney M20J as it first aircraft for this platform. The aircraft should be ready for sale during September, 2010.

Carenado has plans to develop most of its current FSX fleet for X-Plane and continue developing for FSX.

http://www.carenado..../novedades.php3



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Posted 11 July 2011 - 03:51 AM

Estimating the depth of a floor thrust?
Hi guys, I have an emergent imbricate fan with 10 or so stacked thrust faults in limestones. I don't know if the lowermost thrust is the floor thrust because the sequence may continue into a lake. When drawing a cross section, are there any ways of estimating the depth of the floor thrust? I know the angles of most of the fault planes and the distances between the fault traces, and can estimate quite a few of the offsets. Thanks.





























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