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  • #16
    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    No offense,but Laymens terms please?
    I assume you were conversant enough with the flight simulator program to understand basic 747 terminology. Please RTFB (Read The Freaking Book)!

    A windmilling engine is one that is shut down in flight, the wind is causing the engine to continue to rotate. It's not producing thrust. It's not at idle, it is shut down.
    A gear driven pump is one that connects directly to the engine. If the engine turns, the pump works.
    Bleed Air, is pressurized air produced by the engines or APU which is used to pressurise/air condition the cabin, power pneumatic (air) turbines (motors) such as the ADP's or the PDU's (Pneumatic Drive Unit's) operating the LED's (Leading Edge Devices, Variable Camber and Krueger Flaps) and engine thrust reverser's.
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    • #17
      srry,still not understanding!I'm just 11.
      August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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      • #18
        Stop using your age as an excuse, im young too but its called learning....

        Your going to have to read the aircraft manual if you dont understand any of these terms. Its a waste of time you saying I dont understand, because there is no way to explain because thats what it is. RTFM!

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        • #19
          Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
          lol!!!!!!!!i'm freaking 11 years old for petes sake!
          And your point is?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
            srry,still not understanding!I'm just 11.
            I think we all already guessed that much.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by jetsetkiwi View Post
              stop using your age as an excuse, im young too but its called learning....

              Your going to have to read the aircraft manual if you dont understand any of these terms. Its a waste of time you saying i dont understand, because there is no way to explain because thats what it is. Rtfm!
              i'll read it!!!!!!where do u find it!
              August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
                srry,still not understanding!I'm just 11.
                And so was I, and guess what, I listened and learned.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
                  i'll read it!!!!!!where do u find it!
                  This isn't the best material, but should be more than enough for you.

                  http://smithplanet.com/fs2004/pmdg/

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                  • #24
                    I don't have the PMDG 747-400!I have the RFP 742!big difference in overhead panels!
                    August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
                      I don't have the PMDG 747-400!I have the RFP 742!big difference in overhead panels!
                      Yes, but if you understand one, you'll figure the other one out, too.

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                      • #26
                        Yes,but really,there is maybe 100 buttons on the 747-400,and maybe 500 on the 200!
                        August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
                          Yes,but really,there is maybe 100 buttons on the 747-400,and maybe 500 on the 200!
                          Then it's obviously just too much airplane for you to handle.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
                            Yes,but really,there is maybe 100 buttons on the 747-400,and maybe 500 on the 200!
                            Pushing buttons is one of the reasons I became a pilot.




                            And I'm only half joking about that.

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                            • #29
                              ur a real pilot?
                              August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Airbus_A320 View Post
                                Then it's obviously just too much airplane for you to handle.
                                Well,if I had the MANUAL!
                                August 29th will be the worst day of the year.

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