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Just now, dr_anthony said:

Fuel pumps provide sufficient pressure on high altitude. On ground pressure from suction feed is enough for engine work without fuel pump/

Wow ok,

i thougt it wasn´t real but 

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...and before you spend the time trying - we did not model "thrust degradation/flameout" at high altitude, there is simply not enough hard data to model this accurately. So you can turn off the fuel pumps even at high altitude with no ill effect. You most likely can in the real aircraft, too. The manual says "may occur"...

Cheers, Jan

 

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1 hour ago, Litjan said:

...and before you spend the time trying - we did not model "thrust degradation/flameout" at high altitude, there is simply not enough hard data to model this accurately. So you can turn off the fuel pumps even at high altitude with no ill effect. You most likely can in the real aircraft, too. The manual says "may occur"...

Cheers, Jan

 

Moin Moin^^

forget about the flameout..... I never thougt that a 737 can fly without the pumps... It was my bad:(

 

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16 hours ago, Neunundachtzig said:

Moin Moin^^

forget about the flameout..... I never thougt that a 737 can fly without the pumps... It was my bad:(

 

Don´t worry - this is supposed to be a fun AND a learning experience!

Viele Grüße, Jan

 

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