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Hello!I'm trying to improve my 777 FDE and I've got a question at table 1506: Which one is the N1 and which one is the Mach number? I mean the vertical and the horizontal:I'm trying to improve the taxi performance because now I have 94000lbs of thrust but it's not so good taxing and descending performance because if I increase the "19.000000" (which I imagine is 19% of N1) values, when I'm descending, I have more thrust in idle than at 35% of N1, for example and I want to change that specific area between 30 and 45% to compensate that first value incresement.Another question: At the line 0.400000 I notice that in many different FDE's that this value is much more smaller from the other values. Could anyone tell me why it happens? I hope someone can give me a hand here..

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Left-hand column is the mach value.Top-most row is the N1 value.


Ed Wilson

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Guest Cramer
Left-hand column is the mach value.Top-most row is the N1 value.
Ok, great...and can you say why that 0.400000 is so low in most FDEs?

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Well, I found this article Googleing out there telling me exactly what I was looking for. It's in portuguese but you can translate it easilly with one of these sites available.Article about table 1506TranslatorHave a nice weekend you all!

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