How do I align IRS PMDG 737?

Published by Charlie Davidson on

How do I align IRS PMDG 737?

How do I align the IRS?

  1. Move the IRS selectors from OFF to NAV.
  2. Open the FMC and go to the POS INIT page, downselect the GPS Position into the ENTER IRS POS prompt (LSK 6R).
  3. Wait the specified time (set in the PMDG/General/IRS dialog) – a countdown is visible in the upper left corner of the ND.

How do you start cold and dark?

Starting Cold and Dark

  1. Set the parking brake.
  2. Move the throttle to zero.
  3. Cut off fuel with the mixture, condition, or fuel cutoff valve.
  4. Or use the standard keyboard command: Ctrl+Shift+F1.
  5. Turn off all electrical items:
  6. Turn off every control that works:
  7. Save the flight.

What is a Crossbleed start?

A cross bleed start is used when the A.P.U. (auxilary power unit) is not working. One engine will be started from a Air Start Cart at the gate and then the A/C will be towed out to an open area where they can power up the running engine to about 80% power.

How long does IRS alignment take?

The time required for a complete IRS alignment can be as long as 17 minutes or as short as 7 minutes. Usually, at the equator the alignment time is shorter and it increases as you go up the hemispheres. This is because the rotation of earth is faster at the equator.

What does cold and dark mean?

In cosmology and physics, cold dark matter (CDM) is a hypothetical type of dark matter. Cold refers to the fact that the dark matter moves slowly compared to the speed of light, while dark indicates that it interacts very weakly with ordinary matter and electromagnetic radiation.

How do you start cold and dark in MSFS 2020?

What is cross bleed in aviation?

i. An air ducting system used in multiengine turbojet aircraft in which compressor-bled air from one engine can be directed to the other engine and can be used to operate an air starter.

What is cross bleed valve?

The Cross Bleed Valve (CBV) permits the connection between the two sides of the Pneumatic System. The CBV allows bleed air to cross feed to the Packs in case of APU operation or engine pneumatic power supply failure. The CBV is electrically controlled by the XBLEED knob on the overhead panel.

Categories: Helpful tips