# Trip Fuel Consumption Calculation

This calculator is used to calculate the post trip fuel remaining for AvGas and Jet A. Avgas (100-130 or 100-130LL) weight is calculated at 6 pounds per gallon; Jet A (jet fuel) at 6.84 pounds per gallon. The weights are accepted averages based on specific gravity and other variables, such as temperature and additives due to climate.

## Trip Fuel Consumption Calculator

 Enter Fuel Capacity In Gallons For All Tanks = Enter Gallons Per Hour (GPH) Consumption Rating = Enter Trip Time Elapsed In Hours = Enter Start Of Trip Fuel In Gallons In All Tanks = Your Calculated Fuel Ramaining = (Gallons) Beginning Fuel Load = (Gallons) Current Fuel Load = (Gallons) Topping Tanks (AvGas) Would Increase Current Weight = (Pounds) Topping Tanks (Jet A) Would Increase Current Weight = (Pounds)

This calculator is used to calculate the post trip fuel remaining for AvGas and Jet A. Avgas (100-130 or 100-130LL) weight is calculated at 6 pounds per gallon; Jet A (jet fuel) at 6.84 pounds per gallon. The weights are accepted averages based on specific gravity and other variables, such as temperature and additives due to climate.

Code to add this calci to your website  #### Formula:

Aviation Gasoline weight per gallon(gw)=6.00 Jet A weight per gallon(dw)=6.84 Total Capacity (AvGas) Fuel Load Weight=(Fuel weight)* (gw) Calculated Fuel Ramaining=(st)-((tt)*(gph)) Beginning Fuel Load=Fuel weight*TankCurrent fuel load=Fuel weight-calculated fuel;

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