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TODR

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RitikSingh2000 created the topic: TODR

Hi
In my recent CPL exam, I was required to find TODR given PH of 2500ft and OAT 30 degrees with max weight of 2300 lbs (Cessna 172). How can I work this out, as per reference to flight manual it only gives TODR at 1000ft deviations.
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John.Heddles replied the topic: TODR

Generally an interpolation exercise typical of these sorts of charts. Note that one shouldn't extrapolate but interpolation is stock standard grist for the mill.

However, for us to help, we need to see the chart. Might I suggest that you scan and post the relevant TOD chart to the thread and we will help you sort it out in no time at all.

Engineering specialist in aircraft performance and weight control.
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