Gena Beska asked, updated on June 19th, 2021; Topic:
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ACTUALLY Stopping The Train Despite all this failure, it is actually possible to stop the GTA V train. ... Once you land on the train that spawns for that mission, you go to the front and use explosives to destroy the train.
On top of that, why is the train unstoppable in GTA 5?
The train in GTA 5 is a static object, hence being unstoppable. ... Hence, there is no collision between static objects, and the train will simply clip through the trees or whatever it is you put in front of it. However, don't mistake static objects as immovable as a rule.
Yet, how do you stop a train? Wave a red flag at the train to signal for it to stop. Waving a red flag at a train is a universal signal for it to stop. If there's a threat to the train, such as an obstruction or person on the tracks ahead of it, wave a red flag vigorously at it to signal to the operator that they need to apply the emergency brakes.
Even though, how do you get in a train on GTA 5?
Why are trains so hard to stop?
The maximum braking force is determined by the friction coefficient between the wheels and the surface. ... For trains the wheels and the rail are both steel, and the steel-steel friction coefficient is around 0.25. So the stopping time and distance will, at best, be three to four times greater than a car.
Trevor eventually realizes the truth, however. Brad never survived the botched cash depot heist and was buried in the place of the legally dead Michael Townley. Michael, who knew the truth all along, tries to prevent Trevor from finding out, but fails to stop him.
Derailing trains is rather easy. ... The wheels can ride up the side of a rail on a curve at high speed and if the alignment is too wide or narrow it will cause the train to dip and rise or just rise up off the rails. Also it is possible to derail a train with a car if it is not stable when it collides.
The average freight train is about 1 to 1¼ miles in length (90 to 120 rail cars). When it's moving at 55 miles an hour, it can take a mile or more to stop after the locomotive engineer fully applies the emergency brake. An 8-car passenger train moving at 80 miles an hour needs about a mile to stop.
Because there's not much friction available in the wheel-rail interface. Normally this is a good thing, the low rolling resistance of trains is why they're so efficient at moving heavy loads. However, when you want to stop it does limit you. Because there's not much friction available in the wheel-rail interface.