Started by mman, May 16, 2012, 06:25:41 PM
Quote from: mman on May 18, 2012, 02:12:17 PMBy the way would it be lot of work to include inverse functions to Bfx? For example if BfX_D equals drop for the range of 100 m, inv(BfX_D) would equal range for 10 cm drop? I think some of us would find applications for this.
Quote from: mman on May 16, 2012, 06:25:41 PMIncludes following 6-dof corrections to vertical and horizontal deflections:Spin drift (Litz)Vertical and horizontal Coriolis (Litz)Up/downhill shooting (Litz's improved riflemans rule)Range wind drift (McCoy)Aerodynamic jump aka crosswind vertical drift (Litz)Wind weighting factors (McCoy)Muzzle velocity temperature coefficient (linear inter/extrapolation)Effect of atmospheric conditions to vertical zero range Possibility to use horizontal zero to compensate spin drift for short ranges
Quote from: gvp on May 27, 2013, 04:28:09 PMfantastic job mman, thank you !!!can you please explain me the "Effect of atmospheric conditions to vertical zero range" ... I think it's the "Constant zero" cell.when I must set yes or no ?
Quote from: gvp on May 30, 2013, 11:54:27 PMa little correction to your 6dof workbookin cell p11 you entered=0,00007292*E16*T10*SIN(E19)*1000/H4the correct is=0,00007292*E16*T10*SIN(E19*pi()/180)*1000/H4