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 +==== Oil Consumption ====
  
 +[{{ :​manual:​fleet-management:​Oil Consumption.png?​300|Fleet oil consumption feature}}]
  
 It is possible to monitor **oil consumption** per engine and per APU. You can input to Leon how many quarters of oil (in decimal numbers) have been used on a particular flight - a field **Oil uplift** in Journey Log has to be filled in for this purpose. It is possible to monitor **oil consumption** per engine and per APU. You can input to Leon how many quarters of oil (in decimal numbers) have been used on a particular flight - a field **Oil uplift** in Journey Log has to be filled in for this purpose.
  
-[{{ :​manual:​fleet-management:​Oil Consumption.png?​300|Fleet ​oil consumption ​feature}}]+Based on manufacturer configuration and oil uplift entered in '​Journey Log' for each engine, Leon can generate a report for average ​oil consumption ​per each engine.
  
   * **Oil report period**   * **Oil report period**
  
-Go to section $$Admin > Fleet$$, edit an aircraft and enter tab **CAM**. Insert engines numbers to make other fields editable and add appropriate data. Do the same with **APU** data.+Go to section $$Admin$$ $$Fleet$$, edit an aircraft and enter tab **CAM**. Insert engines numbers to make other fields editable and add appropriate data. Do the same with **APU** data.
  
 In a field **Oil report period** add in full hours **window** which is used to calculate average oil consumption per engine. This value is **specified by engine manufacturer**. The oil field will set the **time window** analysis. ​ In a field **Oil report period** add in full hours **window** which is used to calculate average oil consumption per engine. This value is **specified by engine manufacturer**. The oil field will set the **time window** analysis. ​
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   * **Journey Log input**   * **Journey Log input**
  
-In $$Admin > Operator Settings$$, tab **Flight Editing** mark a checkbox **Oil used** in section 'Show in Journey Log'​. ​+In $$Admin$$ $$Operator Settings$$, tab **Flight Editing** mark a checkbox **Oil used** in section 'Show in Journey Log'​. ​
 In your Journey Log you will get a new field **Oil uplift** where you can add oil consumption data for engines and APU (see sreenshot). In your Journey Log you will get a new field **Oil uplift** where you can add oil consumption data for engines and APU (see sreenshot).
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 +Make sure the configuration has been done in section $$Admin$$ > $$Fleet$$ before you enter data to '​Journey Log'.
  
   * **Average oil consumption report**   * **Average oil consumption report**
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 [{{ :​manual:​fleet-management:​oil report.png?​300|'​Average oil consumption'​ report}}] [{{ :​manual:​fleet-management:​oil report.png?​300|'​Average oil consumption'​ report}}]
  
-Once data is added to the **Journey Log** and there is enough flights with journey logs filled in (with oil used data), you can view data in the section $$Reports > Maintenance > Average oil consumption$$.+Once data is added to the **Journey Log** and there is enough flights with journey logs filled in (with oil used data), you can view data in the section $$Reports$$ $$Maintenance$$ $$Average oil consumption$$.
  
 You can see an example below: for first several flights there is no oil usage data because for this particular aircraft there is **Oil report period** set as **50**. That means, that there has to be a block of flights with at least 45:00 flight hours (as 10% offset off the value 50 hours is taken). You can see an example below: for first several flights there is no oil usage data because for this particular aircraft there is **Oil report period** set as **50**. That means, that there has to be a block of flights with at least 45:00 flight hours (as 10% offset off the value 50 hours is taken).
  
 In the column **Oil uplift** you can see number of quarts inserted for each engine (taken from Journey Log). Then from the flight performed on 12-05-2015 you can see the **average oil consumption** based on the **block of flights** with total flight hours of at least 45. In the column **Oil uplift** you can see number of quarts inserted for each engine (taken from Journey Log). Then from the flight performed on 12-05-2015 you can see the **average oil consumption** based on the **block of flights** with total flight hours of at least 45.
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