FDC Live Cockpit! 2011
Finally, you should enter the maximum cruise speed for the
Enter 0.76 in the Mach text box, leaving the knots text box
unchanged at ‘0’. Alternatively, you could have entered the speed in knots, leaving the Mach speed unchanged at ‘0’.
contains a table of weight and speed data for the available flap settings of the aircraft. The columns of the landing data table are explained below.
Weight The weight of the aircraft FDC Live Cockpit! 2011 uses this weight to decide which speed data to use. The given row is used for all weights higher than the entered weight, up to the next (higher) weight (as for takeoff data). If you enter ‘0’, the row will be used for all weights up to the next entered weight.
Weight x 1000 lbs. (131 equals a weight of 131,000 lbs)
F1 - F40 The speed at which to make flap call The speed at which the corresponding flap call should be made. As an example, if you enter 100 in the F5 column (if it exists for your aircraft), the Flap 5 call will be made just before the speed of the aircraft reaches 100 knots. There is one column for each flap position selected for the aircraft. The values should decrease from left to right (higher speed for less flap detente). Note! If you don’t want a call to made for a flap setting during landing, you can enter ‘000’ in the corresponding column.
Speed in knots F0 > F1 > F2 > ... > F40 ’000‘ disables given call
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