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20th Sep 2004, 08:24
Replies: 21
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Posted By Cap 56

Flying Elvis You are 100 % on the...

Flying Elvis



You are 100 % on the ball. Just stick to the basics and then when it happens don't rush.

But the numbers of times I have seen routine taking over.....after 25 departures on...
Forum: Tech Log
20th Sep 2004, 08:03
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

So in summary; If the force from the rudder...

So in summary;

If the force from the rudder is equal then the one obtained from the bank, while at the same time you balance the moment from the live engine, you have zero slip straight flight.
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20th Sep 2004, 07:46
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

It's very simple, they didn't know where the hell...

It's very simple, they didn't know where the hell they were.
Forum: Tech Log
19th Sep 2004, 16:34
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

And believe me, I am not worried about the real...

And believe me, I am not worried about the real exercise, just a touch of bank into the live is fine by me.
Forum: Tech Log
19th Sep 2004, 16:22
Replies: 16
Views: 3,445
Posted By Cap 56

What enicalyth means is that: If the guys...

What enicalyth means is that:

If the guys from the deicing ask you “Capt there is a bit of hoar frost all over the plane; do you want us to deice just the wing, stab and rudder ?”

You better...
19th Sep 2004, 15:57
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

Dewly The previous post of 411A...

Dewly



The previous post of 411A exactly proves my point.

And having an opinion about certain things is Not always hindsight.

411A could keep his mouth shut but he doesn’t simply...
Forum: Tech Log
19th Sep 2004, 15:42
Replies: 14
Views: 5,349
Posted By Cap 56

Don't use them below 200 ft. I agree fully...

Don't use them below 200 ft.

I agree fully and that's the way I have been trained.

Some airports have double systems one for the wide body/high cockpit and one for the narrow body.

I am not...
19th Sep 2004, 14:58
Replies: 21
Views: 4,567
Posted By Cap 56

This is a fair statement and covers the whole...

This is a fair statement and covers the whole issue as long as the Capt has his hands on the throttle to perform the abort.

Certain issues can be left over to the F/O during normal line flying in...
Forum: Tech Log
19th Sep 2004, 14:47
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

without puching the TAS vector in another...

without puching the TAS vector in another direction. For that you need a couple or something very close to it if you want to remain pragmatic.
Forum: Tech Log
19th Sep 2004, 10:52
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

john_tullamarine Bellerophon has given the...

john_tullamarine

Bellerophon has given the discussion a bit of a puch, he wants to know if assymetric thrust straight flying is possible with zero slip.

It an ideal condition since it would...
Forum: Tech Log
18th Sep 2004, 14:16
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

john_tullamarine Only a couple will create...

john_tullamarine

Only a couple will create the condition where there is on force perpendicular to the speed vector, hence straight flight.
18th Sep 2004, 12:29
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

I stand by 411A on this one. If you do not...

I stand by 411A on this one.

If you do not say it clearly then you are missing the point.

Has nothing to do with aggression, but with the fact that the reader is to sensitive and/or not...
Forum: Tech Log
18th Sep 2004, 12:16
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

Bellerophon Zero slip implies...

Bellerophon




Zero slip implies that the TAS vector is aligned with the longitudinal axis of the aircraft.

Hence, all aerodynamic forces from all non movable surfaces will cancel each...
18th Sep 2004, 11:06
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

There is no difference between losing visual...

There is no difference between losing visual reference due to fog patches or the light system suddenly going U/S as such there is no reason to blame the Spanish authorities.

And to be honest,...
17th Sep 2004, 20:50
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

What other mayor factors are there then adverse...

What other mayor factors are there then adverse weather and its consequances?

If the wx would have been fine this would not have happened.

Is there any other way to deal with adverse wx than to...
Forum: Middle East
17th Sep 2004, 11:53
Replies: 36
Views: 5,029
Posted By Cap 56

6100 is right. Every airline has its pro and...

6100 is right.

Every airline has its pro and cons.

At EK the management is in no way restrained by any ethical, moral or legal standard, they can get away with anything they are the CAA and...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Sep 2004, 11:03
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

Time to introduce Vector thrust on commercial...

Time to introduce Vector thrust on commercial planes.;)
17th Sep 2004, 10:53
Replies: 38
Views: 8,497
Posted By Cap 56

So if the next step could be that the max block a...

So if the next step could be that the max block a year is the same in every EU state then we are all an equal terms.

In the old days when flying was affected by weather and pilots had to wait for...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Sep 2004, 10:45
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

ft Thanks, you are right 100 % and I...

ft

Thanks, you are right 100 % and I appologize I should have made a drawing first.

So I will rewrite my first post as follows.

Now what do you say when the question pops up in an interview?...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Sep 2004, 09:41
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

Milt I didn't state that. I stated...

Milt



I didn't state that. I stated that if you consider the motion around the vertical axis going trough the CoG (that is take as a reference point the CoG ) this is NOT stating the rotation...
17th Sep 2004, 09:11
Replies: 38
Views: 8,497
Posted By Cap 56

I agree that pilots may have to clock a bit more...

I agree that pilots may have to clock a bit more hours.

But rostering wise it is not always that evident to achieve that goal unless you make them fly 4 sectors a day and let them play cards for 2...
17th Sep 2004, 09:01
Replies: 167
Views: 33,368
Posted By Cap 56

Thanks Mike, but it was most definitely a pilot....

Thanks Mike, but it was most definitely a pilot. I bought it in 1990 while passing trough Chicago with the DC 10-30 so it’s quite old.

It is really good for those that finished their ATPL and asks...
Forum: Tech Log
17th Sep 2004, 08:48
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

ft In the case of asymmetric thrust, the...

ft

In the case of asymmetric thrust, the position of the CG does affect the required forces does it not ?

If that is correct then while shifting the CoG you will have to change the forces.
Forum: Tech Log
17th Sep 2004, 08:16
Replies: 124
Views: 11,990
Posted By Cap 56

Great discussion. Now what do you say when...

Great discussion.

Now what do you say when the question pops up in an interview?

If you have asymmetric thrust, you will have to counter with rudder to stop the angular motion around the...
17th Sep 2004, 07:46
Replies: 5
Views: 3,082
Posted By Cap 56

For certain they need more efficient management,...

For certain they need more efficient management, crew and planes.

If they do it all at the same time, they will find themselves in an upward spiral.
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