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Engine Fire at V1/Vr/V2 ?

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Hello PMDG's Team,

 

Please, would it be possible, if there is someday a new update, to add the option Engine Fire (1) or (2) before V1, at Vr or V2 ?

 

Waiting for your answer. Thank you in advance,

 

Kindest Regards,

 

Richard Portier


Richard Portier

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Someone discovered emergency ngx by fs2crew :)


Bryan Richards

 

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Already in there, have a go and try it out.

 

Where? I can only program a failure random or after a specified time in hours, minutes or seconds.


James Goggi

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at the moment thats all you can do is program in minutes for a fire for the eng at v1 etc


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Peter kelberg

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Go to aircraft-failures-engine and on page 4 of 5 you'll see v1, v2, and VR cut


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Damien Weekes
Captain 737NG / A319/20/21

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Go to aircraft-failures-engine and on page 4 of 5 you'll see v1, v2, and VR cut

 

Yes, but that is not engine fire.


James Goggi

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You'll have to use the timer, I misread your post, sorry. The failures in the FMC are from pmdg end, not fs2crew, they'll have to add it. At any rate engine fires are already modeled.


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Damien Weekes
Captain 737NG / A319/20/21

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Yes, but that is not engine fire.

No it is not. But it pretty much simulates a severe damage scenario with the seizure of the the N1 fan. It would therefore still be appropriate to do the Engine Fire, Engine Severe Damage or Separation memory items and checklist :ph34r:


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Bump...

 

Richard Portier


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Because the question is adressed to PMDG's Team not to FS2Crew Emergency's Team !

 

Don't worry the FS2Crew Emergency program is absolutely Great (don't be nervous :smile:) !

I understood perfectly that I must use the timer to simulate the Engine Fire.

 

So again, it was a simple question to the PMDG's Team in the PMDG's forum because this little problem within their competence !

 

"Any (other) question" ? Big%20Grin.gif

 

Btw there will be no more bump, if no answer I will post directly to PMDG.

 

Regards,

 

Richard Portier


Richard Portier

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