Jump to content

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

ga

Anti Ice, Engine, Wing when to use.....

Recommended Posts

Ok gents and ladies Anti Ice, Engine, Wing when to use..... ;)


Kind regards, "Geir-Anders Hansen", from Norway

 

Home base: ENRY

PMDG 747-i8, KLM332, UPS332

PMDG 737NGX, NAX332, SAS332

Software: NGX - FEX - ASX - FSC - UTEX

Vatsim(200+ hours).

 

Rig: Sabertooth P67 B3 - Nvidia 580 - 8GB Ram - i7 2600K 3,4hz -Saitek X52 pro

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

anye one....


Kind regards, "Geir-Anders Hansen", from Norway

 

Home base: ENRY

PMDG 747-i8, KLM332, UPS332

PMDG 737NGX, NAX332, SAS332

Software: NGX - FEX - ASX - FSC - UTEX

Vatsim(200+ hours).

 

Rig: Sabertooth P67 B3 - Nvidia 580 - 8GB Ram - i7 2600K 3,4hz -Saitek X52 pro

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

At freeze point...when you climbing it's getting colder and colder..When you pass the 0 degree point, now you can use the wing anti and engine anti ice. That's what I always do.


Volkan

 

PMDG_ngx_T7_sig_volkan.jpg

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I think its under 10 celcius when flying in conditions that could cause ice (wet clouds for example)


Di Agron

 

Dell XPS 15 L502X | Intel i5-2540m @ 2.60GHz | 4GB DDR3 1333MHz (2x2GB) | nVidia GT525M | Seagate 500GB 7200RPM | 15" 1366x768 | 23" LG 1360x768 |

 

Got a hardware question? Ask:

 

HERE (Mobo's, Ram, CPU's, custom builds, general hardware etc)

HERE (Graphics cards, monitors, drivers etc)

HERE (Peripherals/Hardware and related drivers)

HERE (Internet/Networking)

 

PMDG FMC NavData out of date message fix HERE

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

thx verry much gents just what I needed ;)


Kind regards, "Geir-Anders Hansen", from Norway

 

Home base: ENRY

PMDG 747-i8, KLM332, UPS332

PMDG 737NGX, NAX332, SAS332

Software: NGX - FEX - ASX - FSC - UTEX

Vatsim(200+ hours).

 

Rig: Sabertooth P67 B3 - Nvidia 580 - 8GB Ram - i7 2600K 3,4hz -Saitek X52 pro

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Search the document called "PMDG-NGX-FCOMv1.pdf" for "anti-ice". There's all the information you need. A whole lot of information to get through.Don't suspect it's as simple as ON below 0C though.. Cheers,


Balint Nagy
 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

he he thx Balint, wil check that out ;)


Kind regards, "Geir-Anders Hansen", from Norway

 

Home base: ENRY

PMDG 747-i8, KLM332, UPS332

PMDG 737NGX, NAX332, SAS332

Software: NGX - FEX - ASX - FSC - UTEX

Vatsim(200+ hours).

 

Rig: Sabertooth P67 B3 - Nvidia 580 - 8GB Ram - i7 2600K 3,4hz -Saitek X52 pro

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
At freeze point...when you climbing it's getting colder and colder..When you pass the 0 degree point, now you can use the wing anti and engine anti ice. That's what I always do.
Don't do that! Refer to the other post in here.

___________________________________________________________________________________

Zachary Waddell -- Caravan Driver --

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/zwaddell

Avsim ToS

Avsim Screenshot Rules

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

10C or less with visible moisture (i.e. fog, clouds), turn on the engine icing. You will turn off the engine icing once you are at the higher altitudes, even with clouds, as mentioned in the FCOM: "Engine TAI must be on when icing conditions exist or are anticipated, except during climb and cruise below -40°C SAT." Wing anti ice is seldom used, from what I have read. It diverts plenty of air from the engines, and as a result engine performance can suffer, so it's only used it there is real evidence of icing on the wings during the worst winter weather.


A.J. Domingo

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

×
×
  • Create New...