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Old 6th Jul 2012, 09:17
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A33Zab
 
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RR DNB:

UAS IMMEDIATE DETECTION

Quote:
it is impossible.
It is POSSIBLE AND EASY! (Simple engineering solution)*

(*) Will brief on that important issue in Man machine interface Thread
I would suggest you apply for a job within AIB.

IMO the most sensible solution:





To not understand - the AIRBII Man machine - and in particulair the displays, Ecam messages etc. for NON Airbus pilots is excusable.....but NOT TO Airbus pilots.

3.2 Causes of the Accident:
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Thus, the accident resulted from the following succession of events:
  • Temporary inconsistency between the airspeed measurements, likely following the obstruction of the Pitot probes by ice crystals that, in particular, caused the autopilot disconnection and the reconfiguration to alternate law;
  • Inappropriate control inputs that destabilized the flight path;
  • The lack of any link by the crew between the loss of indicated speeds called out and the appropriate procedure;
  • The late identification by the PNF of the deviation from the flight path and the insufficient correction applied by the PF;
  • The crew not identifying the approach to stall, their lack of immediate response and the exit from the flight envelope;
  • The crew’s failure to diagnose the stall situation and consequently a lack of inputs that would have made it possible to recover from it.
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