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Quick question that weren't too clear in the manual. Take-off burn and time along with approach burn and time are confusing me. What is the take-off burn taking into consideration, the take-off roll down the runway or does it include the climb. What about approach burn and time. Is go-around fuel the fuel burn required for a complete go-around.

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for some aircraft there is additionnal time and fuel burn added for the take excluded from the climb profile off and some that needed some extra time and fuel as for the descent no allowance was given for the approach while some others give you a straight approach which is not very often the case in real life so you may need extra in time and fuel to avoide the shortage of fuel.

 

hope this is helping you out. 

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So let's say I have the take-off fuel burn set for 6,000 pounds with take-off time set for two minutes. As far as PFPX is concerned, does that mean that it's burning 6,000 in those two minutes, or is that 6,000 pounds per minute for two minutes. Same for the approach burn and time. Still not sure what the go-around fuel is taking into consideration.

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it will be the amount of fuel given for the time given. so if you say 6000 lbs for 2 min for the system it will add this information. not any interpolation.

 

for the go around in case of a missed approach that includes: a go around, climbing up to 1500ft and reaching 250kias as per Boeing no time will be given but an amount of fuel.

for a 777-200lr the amount of fuel for that case will be 390 kgs.

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