Hello good day! I have a terrible doubt … I watch YouTube videos of takeoffs, overlooking the engine. I want to know what power N1 pilots put on. If it is N1 (%) 80, 85, 90, 95, 97, 100% or more. Can you help me if you know it right?🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
If anyone has a little time to watch the part of the videos that has the takeoff, and can inform me the power N1, I will be very very thankful!
Because knowing these, I can know the others on their own, just by the noise of the engine.🤓
I mean, I’m not that super yet to know the N1 just by hearing the engine sound. But usually company and airport will recommend the pilot to use decrease throttle on takeoff. However, sometimes the pilot will need full power on takeoff, that depends. The N1 on takeoff will based on the calculations of Thrust Limit, flex temp. and all those good staff.
Unless you ask someone who was in the cockpit at that specific time, you will never find out the exact number from the videos.
As stated above, the percentage is carefully calculated based on weather, weight, corporate policies, and other variables. Your % on one flight may not be the same on another. You are better off learning what goes into making that calculation.