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10th Dec 2019, 14:08
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

flying the backside of the power curve in a 737?

I'm not sure if this is too off topic, and I"m not sure where in PPRUNE this might better be posted. How easily is it to inadvertently end up flying on the back side of the power curve in a 737?
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2nd Dec 2019, 12:53
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

Tex Johnson, in a demonstration flight for...

Tex Johnson, in a demonstration flight for Boeing, flew a barrel roll. in a 707. It's probably mentioned in his autobiography "Tex Johnston: Jet Test Pilot". There are a couple of youtube video's...
30th Nov 2019, 10:49
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

Would Denzel Washington have saved ET302?

Would it work, or am I completely insane?
In the movie "Flight" Denzel Washington rolls a plane inverted that is stuck in a dive.
In the ET302 accident, the pilots turned the trim motor back on...
24th Nov 2019, 16:14
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

why not fix a control force issue directly with a control force fix?

If Boeing's 737-MAX has a column control force issue, in a close to stall situation to abide by FAR's. Why did they did they take the scenic path to move the Stabilizer to fix it? Why didn't they...
20th Nov 2019, 04:28
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

So, If one uses the MET for one long shot of ANU,...

So, If one uses the MET for one long shot of ANU, going to limit up, then MCAS should fire for 10 seconds of AND, and be done, assuming the MET is never touched again?
19th Nov 2019, 15:02
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

Where's the missing MCAS automatic trim commands?

From the preliminary report of the ET302 accident.
(many copies around the internet)
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At 05:40:35, the First-Officer called out “stab trim cut-out” two times. Captain agreed and...
18th Mar 2019, 00:18
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Views: 10,382,842
Posted By GroundedDinosaur

the solution (sarcasm mode on)

If the MCAS isn't that important.... It can't be, because their was no mention of it in the extensive flight training that pilots received on it, according to
Boeing, it would just confuse them. ...
12th Mar 2014, 00:58
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Posted By GroundedDinosaur

777 is a fly-by-wire aircraft

If for some reason, all electrical went out to lunch .. all of the major control surfaces might go to neutral? (remember, the 777 is the first fly-by-wire commercial jet) You'd be flying similar...
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