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Oilinga

V1, VR and V2 are not calculated

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Hello
short question....
What is the reason why in my section PERF the values V1, VR and V2 are not calculated?
I enter all data in the field INIT and take over the data in INIT/2 from the Fuel Planner or MCDU Load and Fuel - ZFW/ ZFWCG (furthermore I take over the info to the TRIM, adjust the flaps etc.).
What do I do wrong or have I forgotten?

Thanks
Oilinga

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Normally those values should be automatically calculated after entering the FLAPS setting for TO........

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Hello together,
Thank you so far for your answer. I validated my inputs again. Right - I forgot the "right" flaps settings. :-)
Next question: Be aware, I'm a amateur! I used to use the FSX version. In this version I selected all parameters and the machine picked up automatically. I mean, according to the info rotate I didn't have to manually lift the aircraft nose.
What is the reason why I have to control the Airbus manually with the P3Dv4.3?

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Hi,

 

we never had an automatic takeoff function implemented in any of the FSX versions, neither we have one now.

Just like in the real Airbus the pilot will have to rotate himself.

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ok, maybe my mistake, Thanks. Nevertheless, I am very sure that the Airbus lifted its nose by itself.

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