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Time Lapse video of a Global Express 8C Inspection

Old 18th Aug 2012, 01:18
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Time Lapse video of a Global Express 8C Inspection

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I've no idea why it's posting it twice?, as long as it works - just one video!

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Old 18th Aug 2012, 07:03
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Didn't show em nicking the kitkats out of the galley did it?
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What is it, Bombardier propaganda?
Nice one.
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Old 19th Aug 2012, 08:29
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Does anyone have an ide of what that maintenance and painting would have cost, my gf asked me. I said i dunno, maybe 750,000 to 1.2 million?
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it should be better to avoid standardaero people due to the poor quality of the job
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Old 28th Nov 2013, 19:19
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Still interesting to watch... Find all this sort of stuff fascinating.

Not quite the same, but doing an aircraft visit during my 747 conversion course, I got to go into the avionics bay and into the cargo hold... I was over the moon!
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With an aeroplane that has fully hydraulic powered controls, then surface balancing is not necessary, simples.

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Can anyone shed a light on the cost per minute filmed, kinda curious.
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With an aeroplane that has fully hydraulic powered controls, then surface balancing is not necessary, simples.
Not as I recall. Any slop in the linkages can cause flutter/control reversal with unbalanced control surfaces.
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and if there is no linkage ?
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and if there is no linkage ?
There is always a linkage. The PCU has a ball link with a pin through it on the A/C structure and the same on the control surface. Any wear on these results in movement.
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