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Just uploaded a Nav 1 bugfix release, version 3.025
Lydiot wrote in Mon Jul 27, 2015 7:35 pm:Ok, where are those "--" found? I suppose just deleting or changing the number would fix it, right?
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Fuel consumption conversions and validation
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1 kg = 2.2046226 lbm
1 pound-force (lbf) = 4.448222 N
6.48 LBM/Gal
0.2641720523581484 Gal/L
1 liter = 6.48 x 0.2641720523581484 lbm = 1.711835208 lbm
MIL
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AU number (0.64 lbm/hr/lbf)
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(14972.274315445587023309538058127 lbf)
max fuel the mil thrust can be supplied from fuel pumps: 8000 liter/h = 13694.681664 lbm/hr
13694.681664 lbm/hr => 0.91466943334536648648648648648649 lbm/hr/lbf
That is somewhat larger than 0.64, so 0.64 seems reasonable mil fuel consumption at sealevel M0.0.
Global Aircraft number (18 mg/N/s)
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18 mg/N/s = 0.000018 Kg/N/s = 0.0648 Kg/N/h = 0.1428595458958007 lbm/hr/N = 0.6354709749637103813554 lbm/hr/lbf
AUG
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AU Number (2.52 lbm/hr/lbf)
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(24796.424279183907637703334051223 lbf)
max fuel the aug thrust can be supplied from fuel pumps: 68000 liter/h = 116404.794144 lbm/hr
116404.794144 lbm/hr => 4.6944185513763551042611060743427 lbm/hr/lbf
That is much larger than 2.52, so 2.52 seems reasonable aug fuel consumption at sealevel M0.0.
Global Aircraft number (71 mg/N/s)
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71 mg/N/s = 0.000071 Kg/N/s = 0.2556 Kg/N/h = 0.5635015421445471 lbm/hr/N = 2.5065799568013015902562 lbm/hr/lbf
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Lydiot wrote in Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:53 pm:Is it just me or does it accelerate somewhat slower now?
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