|Quoting 411A (Reply 2):|
Not ALL Rolls Royce turbine engines use only N1 to set thrust.
|Quoting N8076U (Reply 1):|
Keep in mind these are somewhat generic answers, and there is always an exception to the rule
|Quoting Jetlagged (Reply 3):|
N1 is the rotational speed of the LP spool, not the spool itself
|Quoting ZSOFN (Reply 7):|
Out of interest, say using a common aircraft/engine combo such as a 737NG (CFM56-7Bs), what sort of engine settings are used for climbout? I've never been able to get an answer on this one before.
|Quoting Chksix (Reply 8):|
The N1 CLB tables depend on temp and altitude. I'd be happy if I could attach a picture to the post since the tables can't be found on the Internet...
|Quoting N808NW (Thread starter):|
-what take off settings are used on a 100/70/50/20% (differnt settings for each load?) full (fuel and pax) 744 or 772? and for other aircraft?
-what setting are used at cruse, and once again how dose N1 N2 compare to the throttle location?
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