2017-06-21 13:47:09 UTC
I just checked out the 777 from
to ensure that this bug is not already fixed ;)
As reported in
when you cut one engine, it maintains high thrust, making it difficult or
impossible to slow down.
As a test, I took off from SVVP, climbed past 10000, then opened the
property browser to /engines/engine.
Here are the respective values for engine number 2, in FLCH and CLB thrust:
Thrust: 46800 lb approx
I then cut #2 engine, while in FLCH and CLB thrust.
N1 began to decrease. I continued climbing to 14000 which would be my
At that point the parameters were as follows:
Thrust: 41070 lb approx
I flew for about 60 seconds: the left engine's N1 had to be quite low
(~30%) to maintain 300kts. I then began to descend. Thrust on engine 2 was
stable at about 40800 lbs approx while N1 was at 0. When I began to
descend, the high thrust on No 2 caused it to be impossible to descend
without overspeeding at my weight.
Therefore, the 777 engine has a major problem with thrust and one engine