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==Aircraft help==
 
==Aircraft help==
 
===Startup===
 
===Startup===
# Look at the Overhead Panel
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A tutorial exists for starting up the engines. This tutorial describes and performes all necessary items to get the engines running.
# Turn ON IGNITION for both engines
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# Pull the throttle levers to CUTOFF (fully back)
# Click START LH and START RH to start engines
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# LH and RH WING-PUMP MAIN both ON, located at the overhead panel
# Wait for red lights below IGNITION switches to go out
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# check FUEL PRESSURE LOW lights OFF in the warning panel
# Turn OFF IGNITION for both engines
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# Click START LH and START RH, engines spool up
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# Advance throttles to IDLE (a little more than 10%), check IGNITION lights in overhead panel ON
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# engines fire and after a few seconds check IGNITION lights are OFF in overhead panel
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# check engine rpm approx 50%
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# switch on GEN1 and GEN2, warning lights in the warning panel go off
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 07:50, 30 July 2009

HFB 320 Hansa Jet
Hansajet.jpg
Type 2 engine multirole
Author(s) Torsten Dreyer
FDM JSBSim
--aircraft= Hansajet
Status CVS only
Download Download the HFB 320 Hansa Jet aircraft package for the current stable release (2018.3).


250pxHFB 320 Hansa Jet at EHAM/Schiphol with drag chute deployed

The Hamburger Flugzeugbau HFB 320 Hansa Jet was a West German passenger and multi-purpose aircraft developed in the 1960s, powered by 2 turbojets.[1]

It did not have thrust reversers but a drag chute installed to land on short fields.

Aircraft help

Startup

A tutorial exists for starting up the engines. This tutorial describes and performes all necessary items to get the engines running.

  1. Pull the throttle levers to CUTOFF (fully back)
  2. LH and RH WING-PUMP MAIN both ON, located at the overhead panel
  3. check FUEL PRESSURE LOW lights OFF in the warning panel
  4. Click START LH and START RH, engines spool up
  5. Advance throttles to IDLE (a little more than 10%), check IGNITION lights in overhead panel ON
  6. engines fire and after a few seconds check IGNITION lights are OFF in overhead panel
  7. check engine rpm approx 50%
  8. switch on GEN1 and GEN2, warning lights in the warning panel go off

External links