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2. KSP2 EA: Physics simulation quality tests

This post is simple and can be very useful for everyone. Seeing the new parachute physics made me think that maybe the physics systems got a lot of attention for KSP2. Please come up with ideas of what and how to test in KSP2 to see if the STOCK physics simulation quality is improved. I will start with: 1. Air intakes should not have the same drag coeficient as nose cones. 2. How slippery the ground is (for wheels and landing legs) should depends on the material it's made of (not only on the gravitational acceleration). 3. Test wheels. 4. Properties of a part should vary according to where is placed, not according to where it's initially attached. 5. Clipping tanks and pods together should account for combined external surface, total internal volume and the weight of the walls: A clipped with B = A + B - (A intersected B) 6. Materials strength should be more realistic (don't take into account only G-Forces and pressure). 7. Very wide fairings should not be viable (atmospheric drag should apply greater resistance). 8. Any part that's floating in the air should require structural support (struts). 9. We should not be able to visibly pull apart two parts (like docking ports). Parts should not visibly compress and auto-clip into each other under high acceleration. 10. Climbing ladders orientation should account for the direction of gravity (no more going down the latter upside down). 11. Lack of persistent rotation. 12. Clipping craft into each other when time warping. 13. Kerbal surviving high speed crash by jumping out of craft at the last second. Test collisions in general. 14. Test the stacked decouplers exploit and other kraken drives. What other tests could we do day one?
3. AP Tests

For those of us taking any AP tests in the next couple of weeks, good luck! I just finished the Physics 1 test, and will take the US History test Friday. AP (Advanced Placement) exams are exams given by the College Board primarily in the US and Canada to high school students. These tests are graded on a scale from 1 to 5, with 5 being the best. Students can take AP classes during the year if offered by their school. These are advanced, college-level classes that prepare them for the test in May. Many colleges will give college credit to students who do well on AP tests, meaning they don't have to take some classes in college that would be necessary without a good AP test score and thus save lots of time and money.
4. cannot run test

I am trying to complete the contract that wants you to test poodle engine. I ran the test on kerbin somehow. But I just cant run test on orbital fligth and altitudes from 80000 to 90000. pressing run test doesnt do anything nevermind... I got it You have to be in an orbit, at 85000m altitude.
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