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12th Jan 2021, 23:34
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Posted By Grogmonster

Wichita B200 Accident report

I was thinking this report about a B200 accident in Wichita back in 2014 read very similarly to the Essendon accident. While there is no probable cause, attached to this report, a simple Google...
11th Jan 2021, 01:29
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

[/color] Lead, It takes a long time,...

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Lead,
It takes a long time, relatively, for a King Air to reach 140 KIAS after lift off if flown properly regards speeds. I train my guys to climb at max rate, about 125 kts, until...
4th Jan 2021, 22:38
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Tom Clements view on Take off data for the B200

Hi,

For those of you talking about the take off data and V speeds this article is well worth reading. Its by Tom Clements a very respected King Air expert in the USA.

Groggy
4th Jan 2021, 22:34
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Lead, The Trim system in the B200 is totally...

Lead,
The Trim system in the B200 is totally manual via cable in all three axis. The servo you see is most likely Yaw damper.
Groggy
4th Jan 2021, 04:49
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Mach, You are correct in that it happens as...

Mach,

You are correct in that it happens as the hand is moved to the gear lever. It happens in a second and then its the shock factor that gets people. Some, as you surmise, calmly put their hand...
4th Jan 2021, 04:44
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Lead Balloon, Yes mate there is something in...

Lead Balloon,

Yes mate there is something in the setup that will always bias the rollback to the Left engine.

Groggy
31st Dec 2020, 04:18
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

B200 MM Trim schematic

For the people who requested a drawing here it is.
31st Dec 2020, 04:03
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Posted By Grogmonster

Centaurus, There is no interconnection...

Centaurus,

There is no interconnection between rudder trim setting and nose wheel on a King Air. There is a connection between rudder pedal and nose wheel which you would expect. It is my belief...
30th Dec 2020, 23:12
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Ok I will bite. The trim system is cable...

Ok I will bite. The trim system is cable operated. During the breakup the right trim cable is severed. The left trim cable remains attached but stretched tight by the breakup sequence imitating that...
30th Dec 2020, 01:46
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

I will repeat my prior assertion that the rudder...

I will repeat my prior assertion that the rudder trim was displaced during the accident breakup sequence. Let me ask you all to consider the significant climb rate of a King Air with two engines...
30th Dec 2020, 01:34
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Regards the Tamworth C310R I think you will find...

Regards the Tamworth C310R I think you will find it was elevator trim and there was a screwdriver found in the wreckage located in the tail section.
Groggy
12th Nov 2020, 03:32
Replies: 36
Views: 10,353
Posted By Grogmonster

PC12 NG Down off California

I heard a rumor that a new PC12 went in 1100nm off the Californian coast en-route to Hilo yesterday. Apparently 2 POB. Both rescued after a night in the raft. Anyone know what actually happened?
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15th Aug 2020, 08:08
Replies: 52
Views: 7,842
Posted By Grogmonster

Never believe the customer that you are going to...

Never believe the customer that you are going to pick up when he tells you the strip is fine,"They use it all the time", unless you know the person well or he is a pilot. They will tell you anything...
13th Mar 2020, 06:32
Replies: 86
Views: 57,649
Posted By Grogmonster

I had a look on google earth. It appears the...

I had a look on google earth. It appears the dunes are around 40-60 ft AMSL on the extended runway center line. I did see a picture in the press this morning that showed the wreckage at the edge of...
21st Jan 2020, 08:31
Replies: 1
Views: 2,355
Posted By Grogmonster

CX2022 Wellcamp landing issue

Anyone know why CX2022 held South of Toowoomba this afternoon for almost an hour? It did land safely.

Groggy
22nd Nov 2019, 23:31
Replies: 18
Views: 2,374
Posted By Grogmonster

I Had retinal detachments about two years apart....

I Had retinal detachments about two years apart. The first required emergency surgery the second did not. The surgeon, who did a fantastic job, told me to expect a requirement for cataract...
8th Oct 2018, 05:39
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

NTSB Report on Wichita B200 Accident

Some frightening similarities here people. Not Rudder Trim !!!!
8th Oct 2018, 05:36
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

From the NTSB website. Frightening similarity to...

From the NTSB website. Frightening similarity to Essendon.
2nd Oct 2018, 07:48
Replies: 25
Views: 5,910
Posted By Grogmonster

LeadSled, FYI the data set used for...

LeadSled,

FYI the data set used for programming the SIM comes from a current model King Air that is fitted with a very large number of sensors and a data gathering suit that would dwarf the...
29th Sep 2018, 01:02
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

Hi everyone, I want to stay clear of nasty...

Hi everyone,

I want to stay clear of nasty politics and deal with facts so I have a couple of things to add / ask and I will let you guys carry on.

1. Has anyone looked at the NTSB report on...
25th Sep 2018, 06:03
Replies: 25
Views: 5,910
Posted By Grogmonster

Lead, The level D Sim at Maroochydore is...

Lead,

The level D Sim at Maroochydore is indeed a proper level D made by TRU Simulation of Canada. TRU is a subsidiary of TEXTRON and they make Sims predominantly for the airlines, A340, A350,...
24th Sep 2018, 11:04
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Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

FGD, Yes saw that however donít forget that...

FGD,

Yes saw that however donít forget that a windmilling constant speed propeller would have considerable force spinnnng at 2000 rpm.

Groggy
24th Sep 2018, 10:49
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

FGD, With respect I take your point about...

FGD,

With respect I take your point about the trim jack but please consider that if trim wasnít checked then maybe the power lever friction nuts werenít checked either. I could live with that...
24th Sep 2018, 09:35
Replies: 1,330
Views: 518,534
Posted By Grogmonster

I can’t believe that the pundits think the ATSB...

I can’t believe that the pundits think the ATSB is infallible. They , ATSB, have got this wrong big time and it is a damn shame. Even with full left rudder trim she would have climbed like a homesick...
23rd Sep 2018, 05:29
Replies: 25
Views: 5,910
Posted By Grogmonster

Centaurus, The Simulators I am referring to...

Centaurus,

The Simulators I am referring to are CAT D King Air B200 and to expand on the balanced field length discussion the B200 often has the same V1, Vr of 95kts with a V2 that, aside from...
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