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adamant365

Fuel Planner in .xlsx Uploaded to Library

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Hi All,

 

I've just now uploaded a file to the AVSIM library (Dash8Q400FuelPlan.zip) that contains an excel (2010 or later) spreadsheet that can be used as a fuel planner for the Q400. The data within it is courtesy Bob Scott and the calculations I wrote myself. Let me know via PM if there is anything way off about the calculations. Give it a few hours to pass inspection and then you can download it.

 

Enjoy! 


Adam Hill

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Well done Adam,

Will check it out...Thanks for you contribution.


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The file is available. Simply search for Dash8Q400FuelPlan.zip and you'll find it. Please provide feedback here once you've used it.


Adam Hill

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And by the way, this is compatible with Excel 2007 as well. My bad...


Adam Hill

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I've added a new sheet (tabs at the bottom) that will output KG fuel weights and re-uploaded to AVSIM using the same filename and instructions to overwrite the old file. Hopefully in a few hours it will be there.


Adam Hill

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Guilty as charged. The metric version works great as far as I have been able to test it. Thanks.


Frank Olaf Sem-Jacobsen

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426 downloads and 1 thanks. Awesome guys....

 

Thanks for your hard work Adam

I got a chuckle out of this. I'm just glad people aren't standing outside my door with torches and pitchforks. :P

 

I would think if it were working poorly, someone would have said something...

 

Again, Bob was the one who procured the data. I asked and he said it was okay to use it for the non-FSBuild users. Writing the calculations to smoothly integrate the climb/des fuel burn through the various altitudes was not really fun, and I learned a bit more about Excel in the process, but it really only took me a couple hours to get it done. And so far I've not had any problems with the accuracy of the numbers.

 

And by the way...the number of downloads has roughly doubled each day. Kind of odd that it's been exponential like that.


Adam Hill

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I was gonna post about a fuel planner but it seems Adam beat me to it with his spreadsheet!  Will try out it.  Thanks in advance!


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Guest JustanotherPilot

Thanks - makes it a little easier

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