Original Dora-9 manual

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Feb 12, 2006
I wrote:

After browsing the FW-190 A5/A6 manual, from another forum, one can read that the plane reached 2000 m in 2.4 minutes.

Since an empirical calculation gives, from this data, a climb-rate that is at least one order-of-magnitude higher than any climb-rate I have ever seen, I conclude that climb-rate calculation involves some variable that I haven't included.

How do you calculate climb-rate from the above data?


Now I know what was wrong. For example 3,300 feet/s is actually 3300 feet/s. I took the comma as a decimal point. So, please ignore the first question.

Do you know where I can find an original Dora-9 manual?

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