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Forum: Tech Log
25th May 2008, 21:56
Replies: 154
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Posted By barit1

GIV drivers, if they work for a publicly traded...

GIV drivers, if they work for a publicly traded co., have some incentive to optimize costs. I know this from the local DJIA co. operations.

On the other hand, if a private company, often they have...
Forum: Tech Log
24th May 2008, 19:49
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

Yeah, but then you have to contend with...

Yeah, but then you have to contend with terrestrial hazards. :}

As I said many times, there is NO SUCH THING as "safe"! Safety is a variable that can only be measured in specific units (events per...
Forum: Tech Log
23rd May 2008, 20:56
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

If that's a real issue with you (I'd like to see...

If that's a real issue with you (I'd like to see statistics supporting this), and if you have a range of V1's available, I suppose this could bias you to V1max.

But in the 2008 airline universe -...
Forum: Tech Log
22nd May 2008, 12:25
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

Although ssg has many of us pushed to the point...

Although ssg has many of us pushed to the point of exasperation, I've felt this thread was useful if only to expose us all to the fringe element, to try to understand their motivation. Operational...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 22:45
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

ssg, you have quite a gap in your education....

ssg, you have quite a gap in your education. Engine hours mean virtually nothing in the airline world, and haven't for three decades.

Airline engines are now removed either for cycle limits...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 21:09
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

And yet you want to stop AFTER V1??? :eek:

And yet you want to stop AFTER V1??? :eek:
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 20:47
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

To address each point: 1. On a snapshot...

To address each point:

1. On a snapshot basis, I have to agree. However, if you routinely employ reduced thrust, your engine fuel burn remains closer to a new spec, and thus the long-term effect...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 20:29
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

That's progress for you...:ugh:

That's progress for you...:ugh:
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 17:28
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

ssg - Methinks you don't comprehend where V1...

ssg -

Methinks you don't comprehend where V1 comes along the length of the runway. If you're doing the numbers right, you'll always have sufficient stop distance after V1, regardless of where Vr...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 12:28
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

There's a great read on the subject here...

There's a great read on the subject here (http://www.b737.org.uk/assumedtemp.htm). It's written around the 737, but the principles apply to other ships.

Actually, since I'm a graphical kind of...
Forum: Tech Log
19th May 2008, 02:51
Replies: 154
Views: 11,802
Posted By barit1

There's the added factor of operating your...

There's the added factor of operating your aircraft at a more nearly constant thrust-to-weight ratio. What does that mean?

It's pucker factor. If you typically operate from long runways, at...
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