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Slightly nicer than my "4 year old crayon pictures" lol!

 

Thanks very much!

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Just to be clear - does the APU actually work? I seem to remember that I got it working once but I could just be dreaming...

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I'm thinking that electrical systems are not modeled.

Everything is on the same bus, the valves are dummies and APU is like BAT ON...

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What does the APR arming actually do for the Hawker? It's not defined in the manuals anywhere that I have found.

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For those who don't want to download the manual (although you should as it's a great resource from blahhhblahhh)

 

AUTOMATIC PERFORMANCE RESERVE (APR)

When armed, the APR system allows an automatic increase in engine performance in the event of an engine failure or transient fault during takeoff, or during a go-around following a single engine approach.

 

 

There will be no increase in thrust if the ambient conditions are such that the engines are N1 RPM limited (at normal rating).

 

The APR system is powered from the PE busbar and consists of two mechanically latching, push on/push off, control switches in the flight compartment plus an APR/ Sychronizer control unit in the rear equipment bay.

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For those who don't want to download the manual (although you should as it's a great resource from blahhhblahhh)

 

AUTOMATIC PERFORMANCE RESERVE (APR)

When armed, the APR system allows an automatic increase in engine performance in the event of an engine failure or transient fault during takeoff, or during a go-around following a single engine approach.

 

 

There will be no increase in thrust if the ambient conditions are such that the engines are N1 RPM limited (at normal rating).

 

The APR system is powered from the PE busbar and consists of two mechanically latching, push on/push off, control switches in the flight compartment plus an APR/ Sychronizer control unit in the rear equipment bay.

 

 

Interesting info!, sadly it's not simulated...

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