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Forum: Tech Log
19th Nov 2010, 09:12
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Translation

As far as I can understand english,

"To perceive something" or "to notice something" are very good translations of the french verb "percevoir".

"To notice" seems however better in the context...
Forum: Tech Log
5th Nov 2010, 13:52
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Yes ... pitch + power/thrust management seems...

Yes ... pitch + power/thrust management seems however a little bit more tricky in real life when :
- close to the ground
- loosing speed due to windshear
- developping high sink rate

This is,...
Forum: Tech Log
4th Nov 2010, 10:43
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Prevention, cure and judgement

Prevention is obviously of prime importance.
However, by disregarding the "cure" side, one let the last hole open (in the chain of failures).


That is a good question. Some answers :

-...
Forum: Tech Log
3rd Nov 2010, 18:59
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Stall recovery

False.

A. They flew into a full stall, with quite a wing drop and recovered
They recovered from that stall, loosing 1.000 ft. or so (one thousand, not ten). Speed was up, wings were almost...
Forum: Tech Log
22nd Oct 2010, 12:42
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Poor training philosophy

Hello


Very bad training philosophy, imho.

If you teach stall recovery, teach it in realistic conditions.
In conditions less than ideal, in a context that includes some equipment...
2nd Mar 2010, 09:59
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

Flying the AOA?

If only things were that simple!

Aircraft performance is much more complex than simple aerodynamics theory.

Engine efficciency is an important element, and this one is a function of many...
11th Jan 2010, 11:09
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

In that kind of weather, some margin about normal...

In that kind of weather, some margin about normal Vref should be applied, isn't it?
11th Jan 2010, 11:01
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

What the storry is all about

Hello WojtekSz (and many others without real insight of "dead stick" landing)

Like many "High Academics", you apply mathematics to simplified models of the real world. That is, in essence,...
24th Sep 2009, 10:24
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

Cheating with ATC?

A well trained crew is normally quite able to operate an airliner safely, without any written check list.

At least without any kind of "do list" (procedural type).

So the check list is a...
21st Aug 2009, 10:03
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

New bit of information

It is not stated in the report who was the flying pilot ... I guess it was the young copilot. Most take-off accidents I studied in the past happenned while the copilot was handling the aircraft ...
...
13th Mar 2009, 10:57
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

Red face Robust solutions

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Robust solutions ... they are available since the fifties! :ugh:[/FONT]
Forum: Tech Log
8th Mar 2009, 10:45
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

This was an allusion to Bernard Ziegler (A320...

This was an allusion to Bernard Ziegler (A320 father)declaration about its baby : an aircraft that his doorman would be able to drive ...

An aircraft so easy, so "error-proof", that you no...
Forum: Tech Log
7th Mar 2009, 11:12
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

Money Law

The companies will not hire the best pilots, they will hire the cheapest ones.

Doorman pilots, doorman salaries ... that is the purpose, from day one.
7th Mar 2009, 10:55
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

Delta roll Back : with fuel from China?

My memory can fail ...

Did I really read that the Delta Airplane that recently experienced a roll back over the Rockies also was originated from China?

If true ... that is too much of a...
Forum: Tech Log
6th Mar 2009, 13:12
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

That is being dishonnest ... Transmitting...

That is being dishonnest ...

Transmitting control input by mechanical means, by fluid or by wire is not the problem. Providing raw airspeed, or computed airspeed is not the problem.

The...
Forum: Tech Log
26th Feb 2009, 09:15
Replies: 1,524
Views: 627,444
Posted By Bis47

g at 263 kts and 5 rot speed

That is barely 1.1 g or 1.2 (given the - lack of - accuracy of the pitch up rate).

Somebody has any hints about the position or movement of the stabilizer during the final dive?

Any chance...
20th Jan 2009, 09:24
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

Limited info

The recent AD seems to admit that similar (very similar) fuel feed troubles might happen, and so they recommend some preventive actions.

Authorities keep silent about one information and one...
7th Jan 2009, 09:38
Replies: 3,239
Views: 976,798
Posted By Bis47

Did they really determine the causes?

Hello!



and later :

Emphasis of mine.

Virtually identical ice release both sides, causing virtually identical fuel restrictions?
17th Dec 2008, 08:33
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

Read and do check list?

Hello!

Thanks for that update, and the new bit of information from the CVR



As stated, the after start check list looks like a "read and do" check list. :confused:

Not the best...
21st Nov 2008, 09:41
Replies: 414
Views: 260,320
Posted By Bis47

Contradiction

This memo is contradictory to post 128 by Greasecap

According to that testimony, G-A was initiated after initial bird ingestion, and a first initial engine #1 flame out ...



FDR and CVR...
12th Nov 2008, 13:35
Replies: 414
Views: 260,320
Posted By Bis47

Simplifications

NO NEED to identify anything, just the need to recognise a partial loss of the global thrust : say one or two seconds delay, the same delay as that required to decide a go-around.


No additional...
12th Nov 2008, 08:41
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

Authority supervision

And what about the authority (which is supposed to be immune of "commercialism")?

The authority should make sure, before giving/maintaining the AOC that
- the airlines would operate iaw with...
11th Nov 2008, 14:32
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

MEL

As a pilot, I don't need to return to stand to put a heater off and check the MEL ... I would do that in less than 2 minutes at the holding point.

If I need a technician, it means I need its...
11th Nov 2008, 10:38
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

system study, analysis and touble shooting

Eight years ago, nearing the end of my flying career, I was finaly thaught how to study a "system" in an aircraft ...

1. Look at the main "power" part of the system : where is the power coming...
11th Nov 2008, 10:13
Replies: 2,686
Views: 1,005,682
Posted By Bis47

MEL

I have heard an old timer reporting to the dispatch :
"There are 42 open items in the Hold Items List (old termninology). I cannot cope with so many defects. I do not accept that aircraft."
And the...
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