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EXCEL LOAD SHEET PROBLEM

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Hii have just had a problem wit the B777 excel load sheetI put in 15000 KGS OF fuel 7500 X2 in left and right wing tanksfuel loaded shows 15000 KGS but load sheetshows only 5000 kgs of fuel and TTL gross wt is 10000 KGS lesshave i done it correct i entered the fuel where it says ttl fuel loaded in kgs if so anyone else had the same problem or have any ideas how to fix this. Thanks Owen

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Ok, i made the sheet to be a reference tool for the programmer who is making loading and fuel planing utility (no ETA on either of them)Here is a few tips:200LR SpreadsheetPassenger load- For passenger load enter only NUMBER of passengers for each class in the column CountCargo / Luggage Load- The spreadhseet will auromatically calculate the weight ofMeals and Luggage in section Cargo / Luggage Loadin the positions 3, 4, and 4A- Pilot can enter his own values for cargo loads in this section cargo positions 1 (Cargo) and 5 (Bulk Overflow - max cap is 9,900lbs)Fuel Load- Only enter fuel as a percentage of fuel tank capacity in the columnLoad. Do not overwrite any numerical values in this section.Spreadsheet for -300ER operates on the same principal as the one for -200LR.Spreadsheet for 200LRF is simliar to LR only there a pilot would have to enter number of pallets / contaners for each position. The system in turn will calculate the weights for you. For purpoces of this product the upper cargo deck was divided into 4 quaters and as you can see on the sheet the max number of palets per deck quater is as follows:Qtr. 1 = 7Qtr. 2 = 7Qtr. 3 = 6Qtr. 4 = 7Total Max UD = 27 (x6500lbs per pallet)The lower deck configuration is very similar to LR aircraft, with only difference that it is loaded with all cargo (at pilot discretion) contaners each assumed to have 3500 lbs of cargo. Enter number of containers in the Count column.Maximum total cargo load for LRF aircraft is 226,580lbsHope this helped.http://smileys.smileycentral.com/cat/36/36_1_16.gifhttp://www.avsim.com/pss/banner_es.jpghttp://online.vatsimindicators.net/855693/848.png

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