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  1. Forget it then Mathijs, The thing went into alpha floor at the first waypoint on the HYDRR arrival KPHX anyway so I gave up.
  2. 1.2.1.5. CFM A320. Look at the fmgc speed.
  3. leftseat

    managed speed error 1.2.1.1

    2nd attempt...KIAH SKNRD4 arrival....back to the hangar. A320 IAE. .
  4. leftseat

    managed speed error 1.2.1.1

    Both 250kt and app limiter were off. I turned them on and will try again but not sure why that would effect speed constraints loaded in the FMGC. Greg
  5. KCLT STOCR3 arrival A320 CFM managed speed does not meet arrival constraint but changes only after passing the way point. .
  6. leftseat

    Descent Path and Speed Calculation

    here it is....a320 iae latest update...
  7. leftseat

    Descent Path and Speed Calculation

    A320 IAE latest version.
  8. leftseat

    Descent Path and Speed Calculation

    Same for me... Tried the DYAMD arrival to SFO. Altitude logic wasn't bad but speed logic is lost. A320 IAE.
  9. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

    Cost index has NOTHING to do with takeoff or landing. Its used for econ clb crz des speeds and some airlines change cost index everyday depending on the wind component
  10. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

    The descent performance is not accurate. In open descent the v/s should be typically -2500....the chart attached is airbus data for an A319. The AS bus is not even close.
  11. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

    Just tried LAS-LAX. It completely ignored the constraint at ROPPR 4800-7000. BOACH8 departure.
  12. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

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  13. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

    My SAN-PHX 2nd attempt was no better. On the HYDRR arrival from HOGGZ you have JUDTH 280kts/+FL250, RKDAM -FL220 then HYDRR 265/FL190-150. Since RKDAM does not have a speed constraint, the FMGC did not stay at 280KTS after JUDTH and decel before HYDRR but ECON speed went to 210KTS. I manually typed in 265 at RKDAM and the airplane accelerated to 265. But it did not cross HYDRR as loaded in the box. It seems to lose speed management between way points with speed contraints. CFM 319.
  14. leftseat

    Not following ascent/descent path

    Ok. Right now I am trying san-phx again with my control sliders set exactly as the documentation says. (all sliders to the right, no null). Mine were more in the middle for ailerons and elevator and had some null.