English

# 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.

#### 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;

Calculation of AvGas and Jet A Fuel Consumption is made easier. Free Online Science Calculators.