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    Take-off distance spreadsheet for mice

    Has anyone ever developed an excel spreadsheet with graphs for takeoff
    performance? After a frustrating time over the weekend trying to
    determine a takeoff distance using the charts in the POH, I thought an
    excel version of these charts would be a great idea. The trouble is
    that I have no idea of how to do this. I thought that a spreadsheet
    that did all of the calculations and drew the line out on a graph
    similar to the one in the POH would be the way to go. All you would
    have to do is enter the pressure altitude, take off weight, air
    temperature, headwind, etc. and the spreadsheet would present you with
    a line on the graph reflecting the supplied data and the resulting
    takeoff distance.

    Any thoughts?

    Dennis




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    Take-off distance spreadsheet for mice

    I've created a "T.O.L.D." file for 165 HP A23 Musketeers. It has
    embedded Weight and Balance Excel spreadsheets, fuel calculation
    Spreadsheets and metafile inserts of graphs for allowable weight and
    balance and takeoff and landing distances. After you know your
    weight and the density altitude, you can determine the takeoff and
    landing distances. I DID NOT put these graphs in as a spreadsheet
    but they were created with Excel.

    If you're interested, I can find them and post them on BAC and/or
    this website.

    --- In musketeermail@yahoogroups.com, "n18996" <dennis.moyes@v...>
    wrote:
    > Has anyone ever developed an excel spreadsheet with graphs for
    takeoff
    > performance? After a frustrating time over the weekend trying to
    > determine a takeoff distance using the charts in the POH, I thought
    an
    > excel version of these charts would be a great idea. The trouble is
    > that I have no idea of how to do this. I thought that a spreadsheet
    > that did all of the calculations and drew the line out on a graph
    > similar to the one in the POH would be the way to go. All you would
    > have to do is enter the pressure altitude, take off weight, air
    > temperature, headwind, etc. and the spreadsheet would present you
    with
    > a line on the graph reflecting the supplied data and the resulting
    > takeoff distance.
    >
    > Any thoughts?
    >
    > Dennis




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