In the Boeing 737-700/800 Quick Reference Handbook (QRH), the section titled "Performance Inflight - QRH" provides Pitch Attitude and %N1 values for various weights and pressure altitudes during Flight with Unreliable Airspeed. These values are useful to be aware of for manual flight, as pitch and power datums, especially in simulator events.
However, I couldn't find any listed values specifically for single-engine flight in Boeing’s 737 reference materials. I am curious to know if Boeing includes Pitch Attitude and %N1 values for single-engine ops in their manuals?
Alternatively, do pilots have to rely solely on "rules of thumb”? For example:
For Single Engine add 15% N1 + 5% N1 in turns?