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Forum: Tech Log
13th Jul 2019, 12:38
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

Engine failure during climb is a very interesting...

Engine failure during climb is a very interesting scenario. In this case if you just set the good engine to MCT, the autoflight will adjust the pitch to keep the speed resulting to a descent. Are you...
Forum: Tech Log
13th Jul 2019, 12:27
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

Tailored manuals are sometimes reflecting the...

Tailored manuals are sometimes reflecting the personal opinion of the training / flight ops management of the company(sometimes affected by the previous type / experience of the managers). For this...
Forum: Tech Log
13th Jul 2019, 01:04
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

5.3.3.1.1 In addition to being preceded by the...

5.3.3.1.1 In addition to being preceded by the radiotelephony urgency signal PAN PAN (see 5.3.1.2), preferably spoken three times and each word of the group pronounced as the French word “panne”,...
Forum: Tech Log
13th Jul 2019, 00:41
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

You are not able to accelerate to 300kts at FL...

You are not able to accelerate to 300kts at FL 380/390 because you are MMO limited.Just keep .78 until you meet the equivalent 300 Kts indicated.Combined with MCT thrust on one engine, what is the...
Forum: Tech Log
12th Jul 2019, 20:28
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

In case of Emergency/ abnormal don't you think...

In case of Emergency/ abnormal don't you think the use of any available information is allowed ? What is the reason to select TCAS "below" after the TOC?

"If possible" also means "whenever...
Forum: Tech Log
12th Jul 2019, 09:55
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

According to Airbus FCTM : There are three...

According to Airbus FCTM :

There are three strategies available for dealing with an engine failure in the cruise:
. The standard strategy
. The obstacle strategy
. The fixed speed strategy

...
Forum: Tech Log
11th Jul 2019, 21:56
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

Yes i had. I was able to recover the engine well...

Yes i had. I was able to recover the engine well above FL 300..... but why should you maintain your cruising level at all cost in case of engine failure if you are not obstacle limited? After all you...
Forum: Tech Log
11th Jul 2019, 09:19
Replies: 47
Views: 12,311
Posted By pilot-737

I think the name of each strategy is quite clear....

I think the name of each strategy is quite clear.
1 Obstacle strategy (to be used in case of engine failure, if the EO crz level is affected by en route obstacles).
2 ETOPS strategy (to be used in...
Forum: Tech Log
20th Jul 2016, 18:22
Replies: 7
Views: 4,764
Posted By pilot-737

Vstall is g dependent (Basic PPL knowledge...

Vstall is g dependent (Basic PPL knowledge Pilot's Web The Aviators' Journal - Load Factor (http://www.pilotsweb.com/principle/load.htm) )

If Vls equals 1.13,1.23,1.28 Vstall, Is it possible to...
Forum: Tech Log
24th Dec 2014, 20:53
Replies: 27
Views: 9,718
Posted By pilot-737

ISSUE DESCRIPTION 1 ONE OPERATOR HAS REPORTED...

ISSUE DESCRIPTION 1
ONE OPERATOR HAS REPORTED THAT:
-FLYING ABOVE FL 350
-THE VLS IS OVERLAPED BY THE ALPHA PROT
SOLUTION
-ABOVE FL 350, SPECIFICATION IS SUCH THAT, VLS COMPUTED VALUE IS SIMILAR...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd Dec 2014, 20:28
Replies: 27
Views: 9,718
Posted By pilot-737

Bank angle ?!?!?

Please post a picture in level flight and one more complete picture showing the bank angle during this situation. I think there is a modification for some a320 family a/c showing a alpha prot above...
Forum: Tech Log
28th Nov 2014, 00:32
Replies: 9
Views: 5,090
Posted By pilot-737

The Belgian CAA reads only the (a) But maybe...

The Belgian CAA reads only the (a)
But maybe you should point out :

(d) For the purpose of this AMC, an aircraft type or variant of an aircraft type should be deemed to be the same type/variant...
Forum: Tech Log
10th Jul 2013, 13:16
Replies: 17
Views: 20,654
Posted By pilot-737

The FWC triggers The "pitch pitch" auto callout...

The FWC triggers The "pitch pitch" auto callout when the predicted pitch exceeds a specific threshold.
The predicted pitch is the estimate Pitch that will be reached after 1 sec if the PF maintains...
Forum: Tech Log
9th Mar 2013, 19:21
Replies: 7
Views: 2,091
Posted By pilot-737

First of all in cat III conditions you cannot...

First of all in cat III conditions you cannot Hand fly because your visual cues are insufficient for this purpose ! Remember in cat II or cat I a lateral element threshold light, approach light...
Forum: Tech Log
8th Mar 2013, 08:44
Replies: 16
Views: 3,857
Posted By pilot-737

Re engage the autothrust as Nigel said ... And...

Re engage the autothrust as Nigel said ... And maybe to provide redundancy if you have one of the instinctive disconnect p/b out of service ;) check MEL 22-30-02 ;)
Forum: Tech Log
8th Mar 2013, 08:29
Replies: 40
Views: 13,594
Posted By pilot-737

I agree but when do you put a stop at your...

I agree but when do you put a stop at your guessing game?300,400,700ft?999ft?

As I Already wrote Each situation is different ...
If you want me to give you a standard value you don't understand...
Forum: Tech Log
8th Mar 2013, 08:05
Replies: 31
Views: 8,129
Posted By pilot-737

There is a supplementary procedure FMS...

There is a supplementary procedure FMS specificities named "ERRONEOUS ESTIMATED FUEL ON BOARD (EFOB) WHEN THE FUEL FLOW ONLY (FF) IS USED"
According to which :
FOB is the computed value of the Fuel...
Forum: Tech Log
7th Mar 2013, 22:11
Replies: 24
Views: 6,909
Posted By pilot-737

This happens every time you have a significant...

This happens every time you have a significant positive speed trend and the autothrust tries to avoid Speed excursions.
1st Option initially engage expedite climb... Your engines will spool up...
Forum: Tech Log
7th Mar 2013, 21:39
Replies: 40
Views: 13,594
Posted By pilot-737

De facto ... As I said I'm talking about 100 or...

De facto ... As I said I'm talking about 100 or 129 ft difference and not 1000 ft difference (read my 1st post please ) .... In aviation and more specifically in abnormal situations ... We must THINK...
Forum: Tech Log
6th Mar 2013, 16:00
Replies: 40
Views: 13,594
Posted By pilot-737

Defacto With engine failure at v1 and a minimum...

Defacto
With engine failure at v1 and a minimum accelaration height of 900 ft you need x distance
If you t/o with 2 engines your climb performance is more than 50% better (basic 1engine vs 2...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Mar 2013, 21:59
Replies: 40
Views: 13,594
Posted By pilot-737

Hazelnuts39 The engine out accelaration...

Hazelnuts39
The engine out accelaration procedure according to airbus is :
Push to level off at acc altitude...
Clean up the aircraft while maintaining this altitude (529 ft)
And then select...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Mar 2013, 10:17
Replies: 40
Views: 13,594
Posted By pilot-737

I think you are confused by comparing 2 different...

I think you are confused by comparing 2 different situations !!
1st your company minimum acc height is 400 feet in case of 2 eng t/o
So your climb performance is much better at 400 ft with your...
Forum: Tech Log
13th Feb 2013, 08:49
Replies: 8
Views: 5,175
Posted By pilot-737

If you want to be sure about the actual...

If you want to be sure about the actual aircraft... Just check the Mel -> xfer valves fault (or failed) in open position .... If the dispatch is granted you have the official answer :) (which is YES...
Forum: Questions
23rd Jan 2013, 11:04
Replies: 7
Views: 3,317
Posted By pilot-737

Check this PDF...

Check this PDF http://www.stac.aviation-civile.gouv.fr/publications/documents/imaggb2004.pdf maybe img is a French abbreviation for imag ... Anyone able to chech the French AIP for a country specific...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Nov 2012, 16:32
Replies: 13
Views: 5,853
Posted By pilot-737

Aerodynamically there is no difference for your...

Aerodynamically there is no difference for your engine if you are standing with a 60 kts headwind or rolling at 60 kts with 0 kts headwind :) your engine's (intake) speed relative to the air mass is...
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