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[PENDING UPDATE] Engine DDI Display


lukeXIII
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The engine DDI display is missing the H6.0 updates which adds a decimal to the engine RPMs and also adds the H20 weight.

 

It also looks like there shouldn't be a "C" on the JPT under Fan RPM

 

Source: 2011 A1-AV8B-NFM-000, 2.5.3 Engine DDI Display

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  • myHelljumper changed the title to [REPORTED] Engine DDI Display

Quick question: why in DCS the OT time is never 0, even with a cold start?

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I think, life count and OT time in DCS are just random numbers to fill the space on ENG page. Maybe one day there will be life count dissipation varying with engine parameters, and OT time recording. And these numbers will be useful for approximating engine performance margin. One can dream.

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I remember that it used to be possible to OT the engine and the count would go up, but now it seems I can leave it in full throttle all day long and nothing happens

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The OverTemp function still works correctly. It does not activate until the temperature exceeds 820 C, which you would not normally see unless you turn the JPTL switch off or there is a JPTL failure. The engine count still doesn't change though.

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