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I need the relevant pages from the A332/3 or A345/6 FCOM (any engine variation) with fuel calculations, CofG and balance calculations and performance graphs (TO/Climb/Cruise/Descent/Approach) for the different weights. I know there are no hard and fast rules due to the many variables involved, but even 2 pairs of fixed numbers on all or most of the mentioned parameters so the inbetween bits can be approximated!
Do you have an FCOM 2 for the aircraft of interest?
CoG Balance calculations are in 2.01.40.
It has a sample page of the Load and Trim Sheet. But, the trim numbers are ommitted in the samples. The only rules are not to exceed the CoG envelope for take off, and, as the fuel decreases, make sure it doesn't make the CoG exceed it's aft limits.
2.02 covers the take off... but there's a lot to cover on this one so what is it that you're looking for? If you want just the field limit take off weights, it has it in 2.02.30 "Quick Reference Tables"... for various lengths, temperature and altitude... plus what the limitations are (1st segment, 2nd segment climb, runway length, tire speed, brake energy, max weight, final take off speed, or VMU).
2.03.10 covers the landing distances...
2.04 covers special operations.
2.05 is for flight planning... I guess this is what you're looking for.
2.05.20 is to find out the optimum and maximum altitudes, including for short stages.
2.05.30 covers integrated cruise (fuel required to cover a certain distance) has it on ISA conditions (there are ISA deviation fuel correction calculations covered in 2.05.40
2.05.40 covers quick determination of flight plan... gives the time required to take off from A and land at B for landing at B at a reference weight... for certain speeds... the tables give the cruise altitudes. There are correction values available for reference weight differences, pack flow, and anti-ice on or off...
2.05.50 gives the alternate calculations (which provides part of the reference landing weight corrections required for 2.05.40.
2.05.60 gives the ground to air miles conversion due to wind influence.
So, there is little benefit in giving copies of the relevant pages unless it's clearer on what you are actually looking for... Perhaps a search on FCOM 2 on google might yield the whole document.